Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, December 2, 1842, Page 1

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated December 2, 1842 Page 1
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Jm NOT THE OLOKT OF OJBBAK B 0 T TBI VOL. XVI. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, No- 27. p CnnA English (Vulllg, small sizo ami supcri or nualitv suitable for Ladies School. just received oy v. uuudiikjii. Sept 7. At the New Cash Store, K NIVES AND FORKS pocket and pen-knives; sissors and shears i silver, steel and brass thim bles) raiors and Chapman's patent straps) tobaco and snuff boxes i sharing and fancy perfumed soap best needles and ninst fancv and class beads t hmn dust, cloth and tooth brushes) German Silver, Brit- ann ana iron tame and teaspoons) jcwskarpji TEA TRAYS BY THE SETT OR SINGLE. Now beginners in hou30 keeping, will find it for their interest tocxamino this assortment, which has been recently purchased at very reduced prices and ttiu uu sum ui unusual low prices. Oct. 6, 1842. Wm. HURLBUT. India Rubbers. T 1 mrQ n,A, W..1.1 a.i-ii. inula ivuuuui B. " Common plain and Fancy do. Gentlemen's plain and Fancy do. Sept. 23. Wm. HURLBUT. Umbrellas. FINE Scotch Gingham Umbrellas. " Imitation do. Common Cambric do. just received by Sapt 23. Wm. HURLBUT. GEORGE H. PECK, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, TWO DOOBS EAST OP THE POST OFFICE, UP BTAIB6. Refer to Messrs. J. it J. H. PECK &, do. Wot. 19. PECK & SPEAR, wholesale dealers in English, French, India and American DRUGS. ' Amo, DRUGGISTS GLASS WARE. Darlington, Vt. JOSEPH WAIT Has received a full sappty of CROCKERY, GLASS & CHINA WARE, Which, added to the fai nier stock, makes ins assort ment quite complete, and It isol.'ciedst terylow prices inueed,eorie- I. i i puuu-ir wiih tW pressure of the limes. Families in want of Goods . u;- li.... :n . ....ii ir. ll.Hja.. ..-.I . i u ut wilt uu uvu iwihiiiiku VAauiiiic autiltl, at ibe corner of Church and College street. fWliagton.Ocl. 20lh, 1842. Oif , New Goods. LOVELY & SEYMOUR ARE now receiving their slock of Fall Goods which have Iwen purchased in New York, and are of fered At sale low. The public are invited to call and examine good aad pruts. Church Street, Oct. Mill, 1842. A DilOUTlSlS PRONOUNCED before the Literary Societies of the University ol Vermont, Augu-t 3, 1912, by Cal vin Pease. For rale at tlio Book Store of Oct. 25, 1842. 21 1). A. 1)11 A. MAN. Boston Uocr Co. PALE Ale and Porter, manufactured by this cele brated Company, for sale by J.&J. II.rECK. Co. Oct. 7, lBti. Agents. To Rent. rpHE HOUSE on Pearl Street opposite J. the dew ijntircii. r.notiire oi LYMAN & COLE. Oct. 21. 1842. The subscriber, wishing to close his business concerns, offers to the Public the whole of bis large stock of waro AT COST, FOR CASH ; Consisting of all kinds of Tin ware, Oil Cans of vari ous sizes, from 1 to 120 gallons, and a large quantity of stove pipe. Also a few stoves and trimmings re maining on hand, and other articles too numerous for an advertisement. Persons wishing to purchase will find it for their advantage to call, as a rare opportunity is ofTcrcd. J.J.STARR. Church-st., opposite the Jail, ) Oct. 7lh. 1842. j 20-3m TO THE LADIES, Dr. Hull's Utero Abdominal Supporter. THIS new Instrument for the radical cure of Prolapsus Uteri, or falling of sine womn, iiy external application, psuiicrseuuig uiu ue oi inc. uiijceiion able Pessary, is confidently recom mended to the afllicled as the means of perfect restoration to health, it nev er having failed ot performing a cure, even under the most aggravated circumstances. The Supporter has attained a very high character in Europe as well as in this country. It is adopted to the entire disuse ofpesaries, and all other painful sur gical expedients, in the Lying-in Hospitals of London and Paris, and is universally recommended in Europu by medical men of ilie highest rank. In this country t is sustained liyihe leading memlers ol thef.icultics f Colleges and Hospitals, and !y all the eminent pri ate practitioner'. IP" For Sale, singly or by the dozen, by PECK & SPEAR, Dealers in Surgical Instruments. GEO. PETERSON. OFFERS FOR SALE, on terms adapted to th times, 1 ti bbls. fresh ground Buckwheat Flocb, lObbls Macinack TROUT: and 1 OO Cords Hard WOOD, each a good article of its kind. Oct. 25, 1842. 21tf M OTHER'S RELIEF, warranted genuine, sold by ZJj I ANGOOUN 06 11RIM6MAID. NEW GOODS. O M.POPE is now receiving bis fall stock of twa uoous, uo nmsung in pari ol Black and Blue Beaver Cloths. ni..L ! T lll.l r 1 t, I 1 " " Mixt and fancy Cassimcrcs (somo of superior quality) Cashmere, plain and fig'd satin vestings, Alpacca Cloths, Alpacca Lustre, Prtntnd Saxonvand Orleans Cloths Plain and figd. Mouslin Dclains, Blk.and Blue Blk. bwl veiveii, L,aaiesuravats uca ana initio r ion nels Canton do. a.....wui.nj i. out.. i n........ Merino Scarfs, 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4 brown, and Bleach- eu oneciings, r Cotton Yarn, Wicking.Blk. and White Wadding, Batting. Padding, Canvass, silk and worsted, Coat Cords and Bindings, White and cold Horse Blankets, &c etc. ALSO. A good assortment of Groceries such as Loaf, Lump and Powd. Sugar, Porto Rico and Muscavado do. P. R. and N. Orleans Molasses, Rio and old Java Collec, Hyson. Young Hyson and Hyson Skin Teas, English Mustard, Raisins, Soap, Cavendish and fine cut Tobacco &c. dc. Thn nhnva with manv other poods, were DurchaS' ed at the present low p nccs, and will be sold as chtap as the cheapest, Oct. 13, 1812. CASH PAID for FLAX SEED. LINSEED OIL and OIL MEAL for tale by STILES & McELltOY. At the Oil Mill at the Falls. Burlington, Not. I, 1843. 33,ly FOR CASH IN HAND. pvRY GOODS for sale cheaper than were ever J Known I'eiore in nuriiiiijiuii. SIDNEY IURIX)W i'earlSt.,Burlington,Nov.'!ili, 1812. 23-tl aiaiB'lDM JBBSBL 1842. Northern Transportation Line. ISAAC V. BAKER "I1TILL continue the FORWARDING BUSINESS on I.akc Cliamplaln, Northern Canal, and Hudson Hlvcr. Deeming it important to retain the Old Customers of the Line, and add new ones, lie will use Ins best endeavors to satisfy all, and pledges himself to in crease his exertions to promote the interests oi his employers by doing nil business entrusted lo his care witn uipatciianu satety. Far Freight apply to C. B. Janes, 27 Cocntics Slip, Pope Catlin, 33Coenties Slip, New York. C. H. Harney, 101, Pier, Albany. P. Comtock, 1 J. If. Hooker, Troy. L. A. Cahleton, ) I. V. Baker, Comstock's Landing and Whitehall. Fol.LF.TT & ItnANIrv, rttirlinQton. A. D. L.ADD, Pittsburgh. Allen Comtock, Port Kent. J. C. Pierce tt Son, St. Johns. CpTroy office 155 Rivcr-strcet, tip stairs. Whitehall, April 1842. New Cash Store, THE subscriber has just received from New Tork, a sunnlv of FALL and WINTER GOODS. comprising alpincs of every quality j alpacca and al pacca lustre j merino a variety of colors; plain and printed mouslin dc bines: French, English, and American prints; black and blue black silks; light colored do.; dress handkerchiels and cravats; bon net and neck ribbons ; long white kid gloves ; hosie ry of all kinds; thread, laces and heeding: muslin edgings and insertions; colored silk fringes for dres ses ; Kabyic, merino, plaid,and other shawls; French work collars. &c. &c. to which the attention of the public is respectfully invited. Wm. HURLBUT. uci. oin, iBiz. TO MERCHANTS Who wish to purchase Crockery, Importer and Packer or Crockery, China cV Glass Ware, WOULD give notice that he is prepared to i lib. UIIJ UIIIUUII.U, llUIUUVbUIUIIIIj IUUIUU. at New York mid Boston prices, saving freight and breakage to all who purchase of him. He bas a good assortment, and respectfully solicits Merchants to call and examine his stock before buying in jiarxct. Store, corner of Church and College Streets. Burlington, 20th Oct. 1840. B URLING TON BREWER Y IS now in full operation and can furuMi all orders for DEER not siirpa-scd in quality by any other Brewery. GF.O. PETERSON. Burlington, Aug. 25, 1842. GEORGE PETERSON HAS inst returned from New York with a large and full supply of Dry Goods, Groceries and Crockery, consisting of alnio-t every article commonly called nil ...I.I..I, l.-,.-. I-..M1 ,.nr.,n..l nl vo.tr Inn, .'. 1 ....II I... I... .l.' !. l..l Ihe plea.tiro il o(ttilii lliciu bcfOlu; niuuug ti..,n may lie found c. I ill 1 " . Hit: null, SOD lmh. Coarse Salt, 200 lags Nova Scotia Plaster. lOO bills. freh ground Superfine Flour. WANTED, In exchange for Good, Flaxseed, Butter, Cheese and White De.ins. Burlington, Oct. 20, 1312. 20-lf Thread &,c. 200 lbs White and cullorcd cotton thread, 2 Case Spool Thread, 50 li s. Illael. Linen Thread, 50 Gros round Latvts, for sale by Oct. 5th, 1842. VII.AS, LOOMIS&Co. FOR SALE, nt a small advance from cost 50 brls. Logwood, 50 " Nicwood, 25 " Camwood, 25 " Redwood, 25 " Fustic, 10 " Alum, 5 " Madder, 10 kegs No. 1 Emery, 26 " Indigo, 6 cases Refined Borax. FoiXETT & BoADLEYS. Aug. (0 For Sale. rpHE HOUSE AND LOT, now JL occupied by the Widow Severance, stuatedon the road to the Fall, a short distance East of the College. Apply to J. & J. II. PECK & Co. nr. . (III III TfcAY & MARTIN'S BLACKING, the real stuff - imported from London, for sale by 21 l'ANCDoa.) & IIbinsmaid.1; Fresh Teas. 1UPERIOR TEAS of all kinds, fresh from market, ) ALSO. . ava and Common Cotlce ; Loaf, Lump, and Brown Sugar; Ginger, Saleralu-, l'aia, Cloves, Pepper mid Spice, Sperm Candles, Indigo, Soap, &c, fur aie, very wxe, uy ll. w, UA11.1IM, Oct. 19, 1812. BDBLINGTON CHAIR FACTORY CL. NhLSON, continues the business of manufacturing Chairs at the old stand, of the fol lowing descriptions: Curl Staple Grecian, Cane Scat, Common Cane and Flag Scat, Largo and Small liaised oeai iioctung, uo uo worn- .i i ' ii...: s. IIIUII UU, WUIIIIIIU11 Ayilllll, VLMt VLK, All of whicli are warranted a first rate article and will be sold nt prices FEATHERS, AND FEATHER BEDS, READY ill rnrrrsiinmi wmi iiinmnpR. Constantly on hand, a sunnlv nf wnrrnntivH T.ivn Grcese Feathers, which will be sold low for cash. WANTED, bv the subscriber. Curl nnri IlinU P.vn Maple, delivered at his shop in Church street, opposite the old Bank. C. L. NELbON . F. GRISWOLD'S BOARDING HOUSE. THHIS House is now OPEN for the reception of uumuurs., All wuu wish io ouaru, are invuea 10 call and examine his house and the peculiar advan tage which its construction and location offer, for euniiuiiaiia convenience. TxBMi, very moderate. May 10, 1842. NEW SHOE ESTABLISHMENT. B.WOODS IT70UL1) resuectfullv inform the Ladies and fit-n. VV llemen of Burlington and vicinity that be has recently opened an establishment where he will man ufacture, (wholesale and retail) all kinds of work in lltM Kknji ItnA lining .'.,1 . 1 C V ' l . the present style of Lasts, together with a choice se lection of Stock. He will keep constantly on hand a nu manuiacture loonier an kinu, oi work" got up' in thiseountryl among which may be found Gent'1 Calf, Goat, Seal and On iter. Boots Ladies' Gaiters iiuskins, waning onoes, Mips, flic. etc. Also, coarse and kip Boots, both for men and boys and children's Shoes of all kinds. Please give him a call, two doors West of the rcan oirccniouse, aiine signoi lavuig Hoot," Burlington, May, 1842. 50lf. Furs. N O. I Otter Caps, Lynx, Mufls, Boas, Bnflklo Robes. Fur f'nllartL rur Trilnilltntm. Niilrln nml mu-nran-ups.rec. cc all vtry cneap, uy Oct. 19. 1R43. 1 II w H. W. CATLIN. 1 W halonshurch Cement. rpHE above arliele lias been thoroughly tested and x tounu superior to any otner now in ue. For sale.by J. & J. H. PECK & Oo Wranniug Pancr. finfsIlEAMS assorted sizes. For sale by OUU C. GOODRICH. Sept. 7. EXCHANGE HOTEL, Water street, at the head of the Steamboat Wharf Ilurlington, Vermont. BY MOSES L. HART. THIS establishment, so favorably located for the accommodation of the bnsness nnd travelling community, is now open to the public. rol uoaencs upon the various routes call at the Exchange Hotel for passengers, nnd those arriving or departing by Steam Boat, in which cae their baggage is removed without charge, will find this bouse peculiarly to their convenience. X II ll.-VH.I lllUVl. 1113 l-l'l n llll UIU l"ll "I" that in nil repeets, tnc nous shall deerve Hie rarer able consideration of all who may patronise it. nurnnion, April i, iBia. uu. MAGNETIC ODONTICA. THE TEETH 1 THE TEETH 1 ! The Incomparable Tooth Preparation. THE fad is proved, nnd the most inereduloui nnd doubting nre fully convinced of its great utility, as we have the evidence from iho sale of about 2.1 . 000 boxesof the OJontica, within the past year. It is ascertained from experience, that when u-cd, the teeth will never decay, but remain till the latest age of man. with their natural wear i and more in thou sands of caes, nervous toothache, (that climax of pain) has at once liccn cMeettialiy cured by this inot popular denlrihcc in America. And in conclusion, wherejor who is the young lady or gentleman, aye, the individual that value a beautiful set oftceih. sound gums, and a sweet breath more than fifty cents, that will be lonuer destitute ofa box of Dr M.Httch. ook's Magnetic Uilontiea. HAIR! HAIR!! BAIiDN ESS. Important Discovery the Great Mystery jouna out at last. DR. STERRY'S HAIR REGENERATOR. Dr. Stcrry, after much attention to the important subject of preserving the hair, has after many experi ments chemical ana physical, been able to discover an article which is now offered with the greatest confi dence for the toilette, as the best thingever discover ed, for its softening and penetrating quality, to pro duce a good head of hair lo prevent it from falling off when baldness is npprehended to restore it when baldness has taken place, and to prevent it from turn ing gray. It is moro nourishing than pomatum, an tique oil, or Cologne water. It is a beautiful article for ladies' curls it makes the hair soft and lively, and produces uncommon brilliancy. Thousands have tested its superior virtues and excellence, and in eve ry instance it stands uniivalled. It is an infallible cure in all affections of the skin on the head as dan druff, Ac Sic. Every family should bo supplied with a bottle of this oil, that by its application to the head and hair of children, the beautiful nnd ornamental ap pendage of afine head of hair, with which nature lias supplied us, may bo preserved. ookat this ..cs Have you a Cough I rj( rrf DIE OF CONSUMPTION every I VjWUlr year in the United States, and mil lions suffer from troublesome coughs and colds, that can bo cured by Dr. M. Hitchcock's Vegetable Cream Cough Drop", a safe medical prescription, contain ing no poisonous drugs, and used in an extensive practice tor several years will most postivcly allord relief, and save vou from that awful disease, iiulmon- ary consumption, which sweeps into the grave hun dreds of the young, tlio old, thcorev andthc gay. nave you n cougn i uc pcrsuauca to purchase a ,AIIa nTlliA f!nnvli flmna fn.iln v 1 Tn.mnrrnui mnu be too late. Tricu SO veins per Louie. WORMS I WORMS 1 DR. M. HITCHCOCK'S unrivalled and unequal led Worm Tea. n sovereign remcdv for Worms. This invaluable medicine has been tested by the ex perience ot more man ten years use, and administered to more than 18,000 persons of various aces, and notone solitary complaint for in no one of the thou sands of instances, whero it has been used agreeable to the printed directions, has it ever failed. N. II. Ask for Dr. M. Hitchcock's Worm Tea. as there arc many nostrums abroad for the destruction ofwoims. SNUFF only Twenty-five Cents. DR. M. HITCHCOCK'S nevvlyinventd SNUFF, the best article ever discovered bv scientific men, in Euiopcor America, for tlio curennd absolute relief of Catarrh, Diriiness of the Head, Weak Eyes, Nervous Headache, Fallen Sickness, Fits, and In fants troubled with Snutllcs, partial shocks of Pal scy, etc. iiuiniii, Litdiu.M. Dr. Evans' IJcniitlfvlnir Lotion. HIGHLY esteemed for curing all Eruption, Coarseness, Redness, and Pimples on the Face, Neck or bands, and effectually cleaning thccomplcx ion and removing all diseases of tlio skin. INotliing contributes so much to our eeneral suc cess in life, as an engaging first appearance. The Lo tion is admired as a most fragrant, mild, safe wa-h, and greatly esteemed for its virtues in cleansing, soft ening, nnd purifying the skin of all eruptions, so inju rious to female beauty, nnd restoring it to a high de cree of nuritv. A beautiful and healthful complexion is the pride of mi wno possess it, anu 1110 envy ol those who arc de prived oiii. A good appearance is the best recommendation! nnd ob tlio Beautifying Lotion purifies the skin, and removes all Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Sunburn, and Redness, and produces a beautiful hue, it is the only cosmetic a lady should use at her toilette. Gentlemen will also find this a delightful remedy lnrntnnv.,.11 llnnrrlinnoo li;.,.lno 1JI... Redness, Soreness of the faco and nose, anj every kind of eruption on the surface of the human body. It is particularly recommended to gentlemen to bo used after shaving, ns it will prevent the otherwise certain cllcct of all common soap, in turning the ucaru prematurely grey. For salo wholesale and retail, by Fosteb & Dick inson, solo Proprietors and Successors to A. Hitch cock ci Uo., 117 Ucnesco Street, Utica, N. Y. ; in Georgia, by L. Janes i Milion Falls, by Barrett & Sawyers Johnson, by G. L. Warner & Co. j Burling- ion, Uliu uy I'EUK & SPEAK, Manufacturing Druggists, and Venders of uenume I'atent Medicines. WATCHES. SCHOOL TEACHERS, Fanners. Mechanics. La dies and Gentlemen of all oc cupations who wih Watches, are invited to look at our as sortment j a'l who wish to buy and pay for Watches can be suited in price, quality and alt nltiep nnii....ln-d V.. l.a.-.. hew Watches at quite low prices ami high price, and we have second band Watches at less than their value, some belter than many new ones. 2U Panobobn dc Brinshaid. N. E. Rum. atovo troof. for a.e at I3oton prices FOLLETT & BRADLEY. Old Dock, June 3. 'Trusses ! Trusses ! EXNQLE. DOUBLE. UMBOJCAI. THE Undersigned are constantly supplied with the above articles of the invention and manufac ture of Hull, Marsh, and Twkhell, all of which are in niguesi repuiej also, nun s ana narsu (L7-FKMALE SUPPORTERS. PF.CK tfc SPEAR. AfonttiicfurinB' Pruxgttts and Venders of all gen- ..- r i . f..l'..i-.. nH.J n..l..i, M-iM H-HiiH Mine l aien ircuicn, ....i . Surgkal InstrumtKi. TlfOFFATS VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES. I J.TJ1 These medicines nre indebted for their nnme to their manifest and sensible action in purifying the snrintrsatid channels of life, and eiiduinir Ihem with renewed tone and vig"f In many hundred certified cae.which have been made niillir, and in almost every specici of disease lo which the human frame I liable, the happy e fcets of Moffat's Life Pili. and Pikenix Biitf-rs have been greatfully and publicly acknowledged by the persons benefitted, nnd who were previously unacquainted wiih the beautifully phi losonliica! nrincin!c upon which thev are compound ed, nnd upon which they consequently act. The LIFE MEDICINES recommend themsclvc-in disease of every form and description. Their firsl operation is to loosen from the coats of the stomach anu noweis, inc various uiipnriue-, unu cruuiues con i.mtlv seitlimr around llicmi nnd to remove the har dened faces which collect in the convolution-! of the smallest Intestines. Oilier medicines only partially eleanetliese, and leave such collected innscs behind a iu prouuee iiaimiitu i;uu-iivffa, wuu uu us irmn ur evil... orsndden diarrheea. with it, imminent dazers.n This fact is well known lo all regular anatomist", wlioexaminelhe human nowcisaiieriientn I anu hence the prejudice of lho well informed men ngninstnunek medicines or medicines prepared and heralded to thenublic bv ignoranl persons. The econd ell'ect ol the Life Medicines is to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, and by tin means, the liver and the lungs, the healllifiilacu'on of which cntirelvdenendsiinon the re gularity of the urinary organ. The blood, 'which lakes Its red color from the aucncvol the liver nnd the lungs belore it pascs into the heart, being thu purified uy mem, anu nourineu ny ioou coming irom a clean "totnach, courses freely through the veins, renews every pari of the system, and triumphantly mounts the banner of health in the blooming cheek. Moll'at's Vegetable Life Medicines have been thor oughly tested, and pronounced a sovereign remedyfor l)v.neoia. Flatulency. Palmtationof ihe Henri. Lns ofAppcnte, Heart-burn and Head-ache, Restlessnes, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy, Cos liveness, Diarrhoea, Cholera, Fevers of all kind-, Rheumatism, Uoul, Dropsies ot all kinds, Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption, Scurvy' Ulcers' Inveterate Sores, Scorbutic Eruptions and Bad Com plexions, Eruptive complaints, sallow, Cloudy, and oihcr disagreeable Complexions, Salt Rheum, Erysip elas, Common Colds and Influenza, and various other complaints which afllict the human frame. In Fever and Ague, particularly, the Life Medicines have been most eminently successiui ; so miicn so that in the Fever and Aguedistricts, Physicians almost universally preeribe them. All mat Mr. Moffat requires of hN patients is to lie particular in taking the Life Medicine strictly accor ding to the direction. It i not a newspaper notice, or uy anything met lie nini-eii umyay in their lavor, that he hopes to gain credit. It is alone by the results of a fair trial. MOFFAT'S MEDICAL MANUALS desiened n a dometie guide to health. This little pamphlet, edited by vy.ii. jnollat,275 uroauway, iew jori;, has teen published forthe purpose ofexplaining morefully Mr. Mo TalV theory of diseases, and will be lound highly interesting lonersons scekins health. It treats upon prevalent diseases, and the causes thereof. Price, 25 cent for sale by Mr Moll'at's Agents generally. These valuable Medicines are lor sale by lifcUKEE L. WARNER & Co. John-on, VI., General Agents, by whom all orders from any Dart of the Slate or Canada, will be promptly answered. 28-t f J'ee. 17, IB II. HA GAR 4 AR THUR, General Arrcnts for Mollat's celebrated medicine. to whom all applications for agchcies miuf be ad dressed. Burlington, Jan. 28, 1842. NATURE'S GRAND RESTORATIVE. This valuable Veeretab e Medicine stands unrivalled for ihe following complaints, vi2 : Dyspepsia, or Indi-getion,diea-ed Liver, bilious disorders, Dropsy, Asth ma. Cosiivene.s. Worms nnd los of Appetite, and bv cleansing ihe stomach and bowels, cures pain in the side, stomach and breast, colds and coughs of long standing, Hoarseness, shortness of breath, Nervous complaint, etc., which arefrennently the ellect of dis ease. For Fever and Ague, it is a mot valuable pre- v-nfativi wvll a n erelu n ircim Uy. l virltK-i- urpasn any thing heretofore tnown in removing St. vims nance, ivvo duiiic uuve ueeii known io cure thisalllictingdisease, after having baflled every exer tion lor four year.. It has a most powerful influence in removing nervous complaint. It is pleasant to take audsoeay in it operation, that it may lie administered lo the infant with afeiy. The above Medicine is very highly recommended by many scientific gentlemen, and a larce number of ladie, who have proved the virtue of the Medicine by personal useand that of their families. A bill of certificate accompanies each bottle, with direction. It may be hail wholesale or retail nl S. Britain, Barre, nnd J. C. Fnrnam, East Williams

town, Vt. sole proprietor. Prepared from the origin al recipe ; for sale by E. H. Prentiss, Montpelier, and Pf.ck if-SrcAn, Ilurlington, and in the principal town. in the state ;all iireciious signed in inenanu writing oi the proprietor BEWARE OF DECEPTION. I t has frequently come to the knowledge of the sub scriber, that empty Snuff Jars, with his Label on them, have been bought up for the purpose of sellins in them an inferior quality Snufls and also, that his Snuff-labels huvc, in somo instances, been counter feited, or the general design of the same so imitated as to easily deceive tnc unwary, tie deems it, there fore, hi duty to inform purchasers of the manner in which they are often imposed upon j and ho would hereby request them to tear off or deface the Labels on the outside uf the Jars, after having disposed of the contents, so ns to prevent further list of the same. A suuauic reward will nc paid lor such evidence as will lead to the detection and conviction of the im postors. inetuoscriaerconrmuesro jianuraure, ana cj Jers for sale the following articles: Fine llrovtii Snuff. Genuine Maccoboy, ) ro-e American Rappee, initiation uo. ) navoreo, nouana ao. Sicily, do. Tuberose. Maltese, do. St. Omer. Curacoa, do. Straeburg. coarse urowu snun. Dcmicros. Natchitoches. Pure Virginia. French Rappee. nouruon. American uenlleman St. Domingo. Pure Snar.ish. Copenhagen, superior flavor. L. Mixture. Yellow Snufl, Scotch and J P- Irish Blackguard or ? r.rt HighToastj b,ne- Irish High Toast, Cosrsc- tsweel sceniea rue tjui uiiewiiig Tobacco. Spanish, Kitcfqrt, Canaster, Common and Stems. 0"A liberal discount made to wholesale dealers. PETER LORILLARD, Jr., 42 Chatnam-St., New York. DOCT. MAKSIIAI.IS Aromatic, Catarrh and Headache SNl'f F. This Snulfis superior to any thing yet snown, lor removing that troublesome dis ease, the Catarrh, and aUo a cold in the head, and Ihe headache. It onens and nur?e out all obstruction. . strengthens the glands,and gives a healthy action to the ia,is ,s rnccuy iree irom any iningaeie- terious in its composition lias a pleasant flavor, and itsimiuediateelleci, after being used, is abgreeabfe. Price 3 T cents iter boule. Doct. Marshall's Vegetable Indian Black PLASTER. Tk:.. .... .- ti i e : , tins, msicr i!. iiiirivuneu lor ruriii si-ruiiuuus swel lings, St.-urvy Sores, Lame Back, and Fresh Wounds ; pains in the sides, Hips and Limbs; and seldom fails to give relief in local Rheumatisms. If applied to Ihe siJe.it will cure many of the common Liver Complaints; and is equal, if not superior, to any thing in use for corns on the feet; the virtues of ihis Plaster have been witnessed by thousands of individuals in the United States, who have te-ted its efficacy. Sold bythe pro- Srieior; Chas. Ilowen, MidJIebury, Vt., and PeceA; PEiR, Bun.orlingt Vt. HEADACHE. C1ERTAIN CURE FOR SICK HEADACHE, i whirh hsi been used in families, evcrv member of which has had sick headache from infancy, as a constitutional .family complaint, and has cured effec tually mevery instsnceyei Known, aiuuunung io m nv hundreds. It is not unnletsant to the taste, and does not prevent ihedaily avocations ofjone using it it must bo persevered in, and the cure is gradual, but certain and permanent. Instances are constantly multiplyingwherethisdistiessing complaint is com pletely relieved and cured, although of years standing I.,. ,h ,,.A nf nr. Snnlm's celebrated remedy. One decided preference is its pleasantness, having none of the nauseating enecioi roiiiuiuii u,uB.. Itia so perfectlvsatisfactory, that the proprietor has given directions for his agents to refund the price to any ono who is not pleased with, and even cured by it. He hopes also that Ihis may secure its great ben efits to the distressed sufierers who are laboring under Headache. E. SPOHN, M. D-, inventor and Pro. P'soidby OOMSTOCK 4- CO., 71 Msiden Lane. New York. PECK tt SPEAR, Wholesala Agents, a few doors east of the Post Office, Burling ton. Vt. n9 English Drawing and Wilting Pencils. MANUFACTURED from Cumberland lead. Just receivtd by V, GOODRICH. Sapt. T. iH a PERU IRON COMPANY. IB WARRANTED. MOSES CATLIN, 2d. nuwia w. uilASi' Burlington, April 9, 1842. BURLINGTON COMB FACTORY. THE Subscribers having taken the well known Establishment, formerly occupied by Vilas, Loomis, & Co., are now manufacturing, and will keep constantly on hand, a general assortment of COMBS, of superior qualities, which will bc4afforded at the lowest prices. Mercnnnts, and others, wishing for a superior article for retail, will find it to their adv an tage to call and examine our stock. CROFUT if- TIMANUS. Burlington, Sept. 9 1642. 14 tf New Fall Goods, THE subscriber has just received fiom New York a larce and extensive assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, which he offers for sale at the lowest possible prices for cash, viz: Super blue blk wool dyed waived beaver cloths, " Indigo blue, blue blk and invis. green plain do. Superfine and common broad cloths, all colors and prices, " " " pilot do do " " blue blk, gold mixed, and fancy colored Cassimerc, " " steel mixed sattinetts, " 3-1, 4-4 and 5-4 white flannels, " 3-4 twilled onilnlnin colored da. Velvet, satin, and dark wotstcd vestings, Light and dark figured and plain silks. Challeys, Mouslin De Laines, Alpacca Cloths, French, English and German Merinos Shawls, Laces, Ribbons, Gloves, suspenders, &c. Oct. 12, IS1Z. ii. W. UA1 LliN. Life! Life!! Life ! ! ! DR. Jonathan Moore's ESSENCE OF LIFE. The most highly eteenicd Medicine that Inn ever been discovered tor curing Couqhs, Colds, Asthmas, and CONSUMPTIONS. It willnlso remove the Whoonine-Couch in one week. Prepared by Hen bt Setmour, from the original receipt, by the direc tion of said Moore. For sale whole-ale, by PECh- & SPEAK, Ilurlin Ion, and at retail, by the principal Druggists in United States. Orders directi-J to Henry Seymour, Hadley, Mas will receive prompt attention, and any quantity Medicine immediately furnished. Caution. As there is much of the spurious arti cle for sale, ICPlie particular to enquire fur that pre pared by Henry Seymour, Harney, Jiasaenusett. &Y1HAN & COLE. HAVE reed, a very extensive assortment of Fall and Winter Goods, which they o.ler at prices to meet thetimes. A variety of Broad Cloths, Cas. simeres. Satinells, Beaver Cloths 6ic. Merinos, Caiub let, Alpacca, M. De Lames, Jjriped and plain, very rich new patterns. Rich Heavy Honey Comb and lAdnanople shawls, a new article, very comfortable for winter, Plaid Shawls 8-4 very low priced, Clmlk-y, Merino, M. De Laine, Woolen do. Scarfs, Fancy Hkf-.nnJ Cravats. Milts and Gloves, a great variety. Chine woolen Mitts, very warm tor winter, ChincSilk do. Cotton do.for Mis-e.& Children, Mies worsted Mitts, Grecian Cull', &e, Zephyr worsted, Patterns for working worsted, Silk fringes, Cords, Cloak Tnsscls&e. Worsted Fringe", and Bindings, PRINTS. A rich assortmentol Dark low Priced Prints, Monrning do. very nice. DOMESTIC GOODS. Heavy Sheetings, Shirting, Ticking, Gingham, Batting, Wadding if-e. Col'dUambric., Best Gingham Umbrella's, Superior Knitting Worsted, and Woolynrn, Thread Knitting Cotton, French working Cotton, Mar shall's Linen Thread &e, SHOES. Ladies Kid Slips and Ties, Bronze Ties. Childrcn'sShocs, Col'd Gaiters, Bootees dec., India Rubbers, r igd. and Plain, Bullalo Roles, Fur and oilier Coat Collars, Purchasers and others are invited to call and exam ine iheir New Goods Burlington, 12lh Octolcr, 1842. NOTICE. THE subscriber has fitted up his factory in the best manner, and is prepared to execute all orders in his line to the satisfaction of customers. Fulled Cloths mixed, and colored. &c. also. Flannels, manufactured and dressed on shares or by the yard, on tlio best terms, and in mo test manner. 11U11A11U li.Ul.M, . Jericho Centre, July 31, 1842. New Boarding House. WARREN SIBLEY ha, opened a HOARDING HOL'SE in the Imildinir known iis'the Ward.. worth House.' corner of I'earl and White streets, Burlington, where ten or fifteen respectable boarders may lie accommodated. sepl. 15, ItHZ. i an. Feathers. 2000 ii". Gceso Feathers warranted of Superior quality, and Country collection, lor sale by UCt. 5th, V1L.AS, L.IMJ.M1S K IO. JACOBS'S PACKAGE EXIMlliSS, Between Albany and Montreal, UNTIL further notice, leaving Albany on Wednesday, and Montreal on Saturday of each week, in connexion with llarnden & Co. at Albany to New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Liverpool, Lon don, Ireland, Scotland and Havre, for the trans portation of Specie, Bank Notes, Valuablo Papers, Packages of Goods, Books, and all other Parcels that may offer. Monireal Exchange Coffee House. Albany No. 12, Exchange Buildings. New York No. 3, Wall Street. Boston No. 8, Court Street. Burlington J. fc J.H.Pcck, & Co. REFERENCES. I"?.,'., I Albany, N, Y. V. Wells, E. tt D. B. Plum, Kelloo if- Co., . ,1- Troy, N. A. 1VA1UUI, J A. H. W. IIvden ACo.Castleton, Vt. j. a j. ii. reca Oi. uo ilurlington, vt. J. C. Pxiacitf. Son, St. Johns, L. C. AprilM 49lf. Perfumery. LARGE BOTTLES COLOGNE. Farina's best Cologne, some with cold labels and some with plsin Verbena, and all the most delicate and fra grant perfumes from Paris, London, Germany, and America 1 sweet scented Toilet and Shaving Soap of the most approved kinds; Ox Marrow, Pomatum and every thing in Ihe line of Perfumes i Oils, Extracts, Tooth and Nail Brushes. Orri Tooth Pastes, Tooth Powders, &c.; ourassorlment in this nnd other lines, of Ihe best articles, is "No plus ultra." 121 I-ANGOOHM CC 1IBINSMAID. COFFFE MILLS. INCREASE WILSON'S Colleo Mills, n very tu. perior article, fur sale by WM. J. HUNT. Dyo Wood, &c. THE Subscribers have received and now offer for sale a large and well selected assortment of Dye Woods of every description, together with Cream Tartar, Lau Dye, Copperas, Madder, indigo. Alum, Boras, cVc. tic. Buyers are rei-Pcifully requested lo call at the Stons Store, head of llie Steamboat wharf, examine the articles, which are warranted to beresh from the New r'ork Market, and purchased at the present exiiemely low prices, learn ihe terms, which are but a small advance from cost, and leave their orders. FOLLETr fit BRADLEY. Stone Store, Sept. 22, 1812. PATENT PLATFORM SCALES. HIS article IB too vr 11 Itnnwn fn nnrtl fnmmfiii latiotl and tlio cxrirr.Mirn nf snvp.i vrnrs lm. cmonstrated to the cominercml community, that .":J"au7i fiivt;im:iicu nnu uura,)iN.yt nicy arc nnvalloi Coal ynrd scales to wcich from 3 to G ons. Uormnnt WnrrJinnan fin fn wfitrlt rmm 1.9 Hi to. '500011)3., Portable do. to weigh from 1 2 oz. to 200 lhs. Portable Counter do a new article to weigh UUIIWIIZ. 10 4U10S. , J. & J. H. Peck & Co. Agents, Burlington, April 8 1841. DISEASES OF THE I.UNGS.lirciiledl) lIlP mosl lir)lltll.ir reillPllv eipr kllnun ill Ampripj Vtgttablt Pulmonary Halsam is llie moil mliuMe trnieili now in useful cuiichs.culils, atlliiiM or tihiliisic. coiisiinipiioii, whooping cough nil pulmoiMi) afl, rlinns ofeierj kind, lis sale is steadily inrieasing, mid llie prnpneiors arc ronsinntly rrf iviiig llie mosl fjMiiablp accnunl of its effects. Tlie following new certificate. aie offered for public exmniiiHlion. AN Intekestino CsSE Exiraclof.i letter frnm Mr C S Clay, Kingston, Ulster Co., N. Y, lu llie prnpneiors. " l ours of ihe 9ili in.i. hiis duly ipcM il reiiMrkalile cure w.nehicied In llie Venjinlile Pill. inon.ir B.iliini in ihe winter anil sorine of 1S35. 'the feison, air. Muodi, h,ul been suk a long lime niib llie coosiimpl inn . His phjFician) had gnen bin) up ue was reuuepusu low as to lie minute 10 help luni-PM, mil was raising a Luce munlilv nf blood when he commenced using the Bals,nn, which b.i pITecieil a cotnpteie cure, and he is now as h.ile nnd he.iri) as ever he wa9. Mr. MootK h.is leniuvcd fiom this lown, bill he Ins premised inc h more deuili d .icroiim of his case, which I willful WKrd vou. C. S CLAY. Kingston, N. Y. June 23. 1838. Extract uf i letter fiom Dr. Jacob Mers. The Vrgsiahle Pulmonary Balsam Ims bepn sold in ihis Cumii) for Iwtijears, and the medicine has gained an uncommon celebrity, for it .raicely in one insiance failed ufbaing llie desiieii effect. I am by no means in lavor ui (lie many nosliuuis, tnosiol which aie un positions upon a credulous public, bill I ha 1 which I know by use In bp eurcmal, I caniini help hut sivinv approbition ihereio. A couiuerfeii preparuiion has been ntTered here by a iratclling Agent, ofCoinsiock, N, Y. iindtheieis anoiher uriicle tended hcie lliai is slrongl) suspected lu bespuriniM. JACOB 1IVF.HS. 11. 1). Miftlinglon, Jiiniam co. I'enn. Mil 3, 1837 Fiom trr. namuet iviurrell, lo llie I'ropi leiois nt Hie Veae lablp l'uhnniiar B.iisam. I urn saiisfipd dial I lie Vc geluble I'lilinnnasrv Baljam is a valuable mcdecine ll has been used in this place with complete success in an obstinate complaint uf the lungs, attended wiih n severe cough, loss of oice. and ihe raising of much blood, which had previously resisted many approved prescriptions. Alter using ihe Balsam one week, I he pattern's oice relumed and he wasalile to speak audi ii.y. I'll ia case occurred some lime since, and ike man is now engnged not only in acliie bin laborious business. Respectfully, fkc. S. Mobrei.l. Ii is now more ihau six ears since I was brought very lowb) an a (feci ion of the lungs, and m complaint was declared lo be incurable b) a council of three ph). sicians. I was then retored lo as good health a I had enjojeillor manj jears, by using llie Vegetaule I'nt monarv Balsam. Since mi recovery I have recom mended ihe Balsam in a great man) cases of 'ling cuuipiHinis, niHl so lar its 1 can learn, its use has in variabl) been follnwpd by much benefit, and in many inslaucesil lias elTected cures which were wholly unex. pecied. Samuel Everett. Boston, March 2. 1837. For sale, whutesale and retail, by PECK & GTIE I, I, ..i! ti. ' I-. T.1V, 1,111 llllMin, .1. Kiirnit urn. COXSISTLNO of Cane seat Chairs, common Fancy Chairs, (.arpcts, Dining Tables, Bed steads. Kitchen Furniture, with a good Cooking kiiu.t; iiiiu iiiiiiiuiiis, unu uu novated oven. 1110 iiuuvu iiiriiiiuru is nearly new, iiaviuyoeen usca on- 'J mm Uh3, illlU an UI uu UIU Uliu u 111 11CI13 111 bo sold to suit purchasers very low fur ca-h for fur ther particulars enquire of S. HUXTLS'GTON'. Sept. 13, 1812. 17-lf Valtifihlo Estrttt! For Sal. topEf ryWY. Subcril er olfcr for sale the dwcl X lin' hou-e ami lot, conilins of hiiaHs a,uu one unu a ijuaricr acre oi lanu, laJUHL situated oil College Street, belonin" tu I... ......... r.i... i..... iw r..i .... i.. n-i .7 ,!?. ,uv v-nnt- v, me line ir. liuicn .iiuuuy. i lie nuile i r.C l.r,,!- l.n...nl.l.. I....1. 1 ........ . . ....bi., int.i uiiiiijr uiiiii, uuii iii ,-uiii . luciiii) arranseJ. The burden is well supplied with fruit, and in a high state of enltnatiim. A cntlit will lo (liven, lor a portion ol Ihe purchase money, of two year. from lstOetoler, IS 12. (li-:0. B. SHAW, Adnir. Burlinirtnn, Sept. 2-1, 1812. 17-lf PATENT nnd Common I.adic's and Gentleman's, Indian Rubber Shoes, Double and Single soled Buskins nnd Slips, just reed, by Oct. 12, 1842. II. W. C. ATI.IX. 1 O finn YARDS Brown Sheeting, Sliirlings " w nu, l)ri lmir4. 5000 Ynrdsdark Ens;, and American Pjints, 1000 Iks Cotton Batting, witkand Yarn, just rccd' and for sale at very low prices by uti. ti, 101;. ii. w. i;.vii.i.. yfck KOLI.S House Paper and Bordcringsjust VV open andforsale very chcan bv Oct. :. 12, 1812. II. V. CATLIN. Tin IMato fcc 1 -.A HOXKS Tm Plate 1-3 X, 1JU 10 do. do. IX square, 50 Bundles Iron Wire, assorted iVos. 30 do. English Sheet Iron, 10 Packs Russian do. d. 7C Boxes Canada do. do. 1 Cask Sheet .inc. together with a sen' oral assortment of Sheet Copper, Sheet Lead, Cop per ooits,i(tveis, iic, oy ll,.is, l,uu.uis cv uo. Oct. 5th, 1812. SHEICTIiNGS, i&c- Qf BALES 4-4 Brown Sheetings, OU 1 do do Drillings, 2 Cases Bleached Sheetings, 3 do Yotk and Dclan arc Tickings 10 Ps. Canvass, 10 do Padding, for salo by Oct. 5th, 1812. VILAS, LOOMIS & Co. w HITS Life of Patrick Henry, cheap edition, June 15. I-or sate uy u. tiiiuumuu. TO LET. A Commodious STONE HOUSE al present occu xIl pied by D. Hinebeko. For terms apply at iho premises. Burlington, Sept. 15, 1842. 15 tf licoso Feathers. 600 LBS. Live tieeo Feathers. iut received and for saleor cash lower than ever before r. v I ' I rt V sold in town. C. L. NELSON. May 13 -ta-.f. LOOKING GLASSES. A LAROE and well selccteil assortment, consist ing of Gilt, Mahogany and Gilt, Mohosany, and Fancy framed Looking Glasses, forsVe at greatly reduced prices at the Hardwaro Store. Corner of Church and College Sis., by HAGAR & ARTHUR. ROMAN CLOMENT. 1 ff BARRELS of this celebrated Cement, its JlvJU ntmblv hnvini. Imcii tested nnd found su perior lo any in use, for sale at reduced prices, by Sepl. Kill. 1812. rULLr. l l iV lilt. IP l.l.l . COPAR TNERSHIP. HENUV II. IIOSTW'ICK &T. F, & XV. h. Stroni! bavinc connected their Tin Shops, willdo business in that tine under the name of II. II. Host- wick & Co. at Ihe shop occupied by said iiosiwick, wliprn mnv be found a full and comDlete as-ortment of TIN WARE, manufactured expressly for the retail trade, together .with copper anu oneei iron worn, Stove Pipe, S'ove Trimmings, &c. Allkindsof Job u-nrlc furnished nt short notice. Eave troth ano con ductor pipe furnished and put up. Copper pumps and leao pipe luimsneii anu t.-v u unicu, imiDcniiu patronize this blanch of business shall, at this shop, be quickly and well served, for a reasons! lo coinpen MllUU. ... ... ,1 w .v Burlington, Apr. 10, lBlt. HAVE, and will constantly keep in deposite with their Agents at Builuigton, t., Peru manufac tured Nails and lion, of the following descriptions, to wit i AM..S. 3d, 4d, Bd, Gd.Gd, lOd, 12d,20d,24d, 30d,40d, 50J.COJ. fiI'IKi:s.-4 inch, 4 1-2, 5, 5 1-2. nnd 0. I'.SfIXG .AIf.S.-Gd, 8d, lOd, 12d, manufac tured specmlly for fini?liiiur nice wink. FLOOll .Vl..V.-12d,20d. and 24d. IRON. nonsn on--3-9,7-io, 1-2, 9-ic, 5-s, n-ic 3-4, 7-8, 1 inch, 1 1-8, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, 1 1-2, I 6-8, 1 3-1, 2 inch, 2 1-4, 2 1-2, 3, nnd 3 1-2. SQL'A!i: fO.V,-3-8, 7-1C, 1-2,9-16,5-9, 11-16, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, 2, 2 1-2 inches. UAS1) lIlOS, 1-4, 1 1-2, 1 3-4, 2, 2 1-4, 2 1-2, 2 3-4,3.3 1-2, 4, 4 1-2, 5 inch. Tllli: WOX,-l 1-4, 1 1-2, 1 3-1, 2 wide, and from 3-3 to 5-8 thick. JHJtSr: SIIOi: WON, varion size. iiami: Asn srnoi.i. way. tin. do. MAIilll.i: SAW I'LATKS, cut to order at short mil ice. The Peru Iron Co. manufacture their good at Clio lotivillc, N. Y. from iron of their own make. Thev intend tu Keep in the hands of their agent a more full nnd complete nsoriuent than can 1 e found in Iho State. It i believed thai the good. from Ihi estab lishment aie belter manufactured, than lkue fiom any other in its icinily. Purchacrarc rcpeetfully solicited lo inspect iho Goods oflhi Co. Price a low and term as lavur uble, ascau I e obtained in the State. T. F. & W. L. STRONG, Agents. Aiw. 23th, 1812. CONWAY JMEDICIN LIS. rpiIK Subcriber W. L. KIDDMt, give notice L thai he hn succeed Ihe late T. Kulder in llm preparation of the well known Conwat .Medicine, u lid will hereafter give iarliculur nttention to thu prepnralion of the following; oniric, thu lone cs lal (islieil celelu ity of which,' precludes the nec e-sity ofa re-publication of the niitneroiis cerllticates in the hand of the proprietor. Doct. J ebb's Klicutnatlc Liniment, tor Rliciimati.m, Bruise-, Sprain, Numbness, Chilblain, Slitlms in the joints, Sit;, will all'iinl the mo-t imexpiv'eil nnd immediate reliefiu the most olMiniije case i f llhcumuti-in, in a few hour. j this arliele i. openly recommended by Pliyieian. i'lic Liniment is done tip in enlarged buttles. Price 37 J cents. Dumfries' Itch Ointment. The cxtcn-ivc sale and etablihed reputation of Du.mfhie' Itch Ointment, encourages the pro prietor to recommend it to ihe public with lenewed confidence, a the mot innocent and powerful rem edy for tin, annoying dicae; it contain-no mei eitry, or any other dangerou ingredient, and can be applied nt all times with perfect safety. Price 25 cent. a Box. Remedy fur the Piles. The concuirinz; telunony nf relieved patient, from all quarter.-, te-tifying'tti llie cure eilecled by the medicine after all others hud failed, together with the incrcaing demand fur llie article from all part of the country, prove it lo 1 u one of ihe mot valuable specifies known fur tin trouMuomc complaint, 5CFA Clergyman write Bo-ton, February 13, 1811. I have made trial of Dumfiic' Pile Llectuary and found it produced a salutary influent e almost immediately,- mid confidently 1 clieve it an cce tuiil remedy fur ilmt uncomfortable and debilitating complaint. Hiimanii) has induced inclo recommend it to persons thu alllicted, and -o 1 shall continue lo do. Yours iejiectl'ully, J. S. The remedy cwiM-ts of an Ointment and Electuary. Price for both 75 lents, or 3"i cent when but one i wanted, accompanied with plain and ample direc tions Willi a de-cripliuti of ihe complaint. Dumfries' Uye Water. For sore or injlamed eyes, nuthiiig known gives such immediate and lomforlable relief, and in some exceedingly bad cases llie most uiiex'ptcted and de sirable relief lia been found in the ii-u ot thi Eva water, after other remedies had failed. Person who hac u-cd it, pronounce u without hciui!iui the lel preparation fir sore, iceak, or inflamed eyes, they hue ecr lint with. Price 25 cent a buttle. cum-: FOR CORNS. Albion Corn Plaster. Tlio most -aft; nml speedy cure I'or Corn yet dis coverel; the relief i immediate, it dlolvcs and remove ihe corn from the fool with ease and expedi tion awiu-ilhout the leail pain. Price 25 cents a Box. Full and ample diiection accompany each of the above article.. N. II. None of the above article will I e pentime, niiles isiicil XV. L. Kid Jer on Ihe otitide wrapper, r or sum in hi Counting Iiooin, ( State Sneet, up Stairs, rorntr of Merchant Ifow, llo-ton. Also by Mi:ssns. PECK & SPEAK, Burlinston, Vt. A III ernl ili-eount allowed lo dealers. icw Establishmniit. THE subscribers having opened a Paint Ship in llie building one door South of Bishop's Hotel, would respectfully inform their friends and the pub lic that they are prepared to execute nil kinds of House, Carriage and Sign Painting, Gilding, Glazing, and Paper Hanging, in the neatest p"stb!e mniintr, and hope by strict personal attention lo businc-s to receive a snare of the public patronage. R. O. SI'AULDING, S. II. RUSSELL. Iluilington, April 29, !Sd2. 47tf. DRUGS &, MEDICINES. TH E subscribers are continually supplied with every art'ule in the alovc broneli, both of the Officinal nnd Patent kinds. Medicinal waters from Saratoga s do. frum Caledonia, Canada ; Medical Wineiand Spirits! Leeches s Surgical Instruments'. Mineial Tceili, ccc. cc. Prescripltoiis put up at the sliorlesl nonce. &Ym;i open at all hours. PECK & SPEAR, Apoiliccaties. Burlington, Vt. t" HHDS. Gardner Brewer's N. Enghnd Rum' '" 30 Pipes and Half Pipes American Brandy, 40 do do Baltimore Gin, 10 do do 'Pellet oisin' Brani 5 do do 1 Swan' Gin, 10 Hhd. St. Croix Rum, 30 Ubls. Slu rry and Madeira Wines, 35 do Malaga do 5 tlo Port do 31 Dec. 18)1 by J. & J. II. PECK & Co. Clieii ! Cheap ! ! new lot of Broad Clolhs, just received, and fot ix. tale at very reduced prices for cash or wool by H. XV. CATLIN. P. S. Prices to compare wiih ihetimcs,no mistake. Sept 7th, 1812. For Salo. '"UIK Subscriber will sell at tlio lowest rash A priccthodwcllinghouse,barnand outbuildings and about four acics of land pleasantly siluaied al .Milton Falls, and Ihe tan yard, shop ami tools lately owned and occupied bt Warren Sibley, The House and Barn are well finished, convenient and ncwi ond there is not, probably, in thecoumy a better situation fur the investment ofa small capital in the Tanning and Currying business. A short credit wi'l bo given for apartof inepurchase money wilbgoodlnaper For furiher particulars inquire of Mr, Milion Watson on the premises or of the subscribers in Westford. JOHN SIBLEY. DANFORTH WALES, Westford, Oct. 12, 1812. CASH! CASH!! )A1D for BUCKWHEAT-ileliverrd at .Mielbnrn Mills. HORACE WHEELER. Sept. 25, 1842. 17-lf Lviuaii cV. Cole. HAA1NG inadearrangemenls with Messrs Roc lofson & Rathburn, to manufacture their wool into Clolhs, they will keep constantly on hand a largo assortment of Broad Cloths and Beaver Clolhs, and also an assortment of the Burlington Mill Co. Cloths, and an extensive assortment of other Dry Goods, which thev will nshnniu fir tx-n.il . M.V- chanlsand others will have a favorable opportunity for exchanging their wool. sent, -ii, IH42. Tov Tea Sets. TOSEPH WAIT has for sale beautiful sprig'd I Toy Tea Sets for children, containing 30 pieces each. Gold China Mug, painted do., painted and njlt China Vase, Cigar and .Match Stands, China nurse uniup. c. .c, ai tne lyrockery istore, corner of Church and College sts. Oct. 28. 18. n