Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, June 25, 1847, Page 4

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated June 25, 1847 Page 4
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BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1847. LEAD PIPE, I r CASKS 1 1-lincli 1 do 3-t.lo l.a do. .LnJ For rale hy J BRADLEY, BuiHiu;loii,May,ilj 48 .S'jtifi Wharf. HAS Unceivnd his usual cxteiiislvo assort ment of Spiim Giots, consisting in part of l'liHtcd la Win, ginghams, iuinlin, ciiibioidcicd.iiius lui ginghams, nnd bjiige. Also, linen ginghams a new uriiclo. AMERICAN AND UNGMMI 1'IIINTP, -In Estcnsiec Assortment, New Patterns S II A V Lfl. Mohair shatv1s, lich printed cashmere Jo, woolen Mot, linen net, black ami lawy silk do, n taru-:y scar s, cr.it um, fancy silk, mid linen hkH.unibu-lliis, paiasols, nnd aun shatles, KIWION'S. &o., Vc, Bonnet, cap, satin an.l tnlKta ribbon, zpliyr worst Cil, pill' twist nil spools mill slicks, steel bends, bag clasps, steel rings and tassels, also, scperate rings or tassels, knitting cotton, tidy cotton mill needles, line unbleached kmitiivr. thicnd, marshal's linen thread, pool ilo.colton lunge, cotton nbbon, mat kins cotton, 1'iiif fjt linen sheeting, pilliw-cnc linen, Pl linen damask, shittinu. ttiiilinif, bleached tint! brown, linckn- bnck, i ii" i:i a ml scotch iliaper, crash, bildseyc linen, russia meeting, j-icuet linen, htitlaps Ate. Biond cloih, cusicuicic, ninl Iwceds. Bleached cotton sheeting and shining. Fine mertiuiack. Snii'-ook and Divi-tille sheeting l.i ruit'r, niaiichcsifr, liioiiiiduoek and oilier sheeting in cheese clotli. Kancv sumnicr stnfi. inaiincis -Iiiiti:iff. catlike Ininiiton, sinker tii k, drilling bleached and blown, n.ais.uls quills II) II 12 qu.ii ht.-'.ltiu quilt", muled si.iris, urau inorcon ami ti.nn.iKiVC. W. 1. COODS. Molasses, sugar, tea. coliVc, spices, wolseys crush ed nnd powdchl stigjr, cocoa and shell, it., itc. Wiikwnie building, -th may, la 17 1 (ftfi I-S lil.OUH, J. Jtrl sou ini. " by .. ItJ, 11. VECIdi Co. Nova Scotia PlHst.-r, t na n hags- ntnsn ground. .1. V Xf 7 j. is J. ii. rixic bi tv Exchange on London, Liverpool, DUBLIN and EDINBURGH, in sums losuit purchasers. 13th .May, 1317. J. , J. II. fECK Co. cifoc i:jh i:.s. 10 Ilhds St. Croix nnd l'oiln Jlleo Sugars, 7illlis.No.-.Englaiid 10 Jinxes Lump " IH Bbls. Powdered and Crushed " 31) llhds. Molasses 150 Half Chests Young Hyson Teas, SIHJ Caddies HJ Chests I It-sun Skin " 40 11a as Bio'Cotlic, l.'i " .lata ' SO " lVpper, 25 " Pimento, 800 MatCu-in, 30 libN. rial Eratu", 40 Kegs pure Ginger, 200 Boxes liar .Soap. 50 " l'ipes, J. ! . . rr.CK f Co. T) Y K S T V ITS. O f f BSls. Cnmpeaehy Logwood, 'riObbls. St. I)o U't" iningo do., iino lls. Nicar:iguay,'J50 bl,K Funic, 150 bbls. Camwood, 31) bbW. Alinlder. 30 Mils. Alum, 75 hbls. Coppi'ins,) bbls. Mm. Vitiio,5t) IX inijohns Oil ol Vitriol. J. J. II. l'UVKis Co. run' t ii a ceo AND SN IT KJ 40 Bbls. l.orrill.nd's Chewing ! l obacm. 50 bb s. do Smoking do, 300 l',laddci Seidell Snuff, 300 J,ir SIhc ii iiivSnu 1. IG .. K . I'l'f h ' .Iifriils IVcw-Voi'k ISoslou BOOT AND SHOE STORE. ATnU. nATCIIIILDKUV, in Cliurch MrcH, inny tonnd ihe kirKeMtodi ot Koots una Iiiiils llint h.'m (.'Vt-r ln'cn nlK'u-il in lliirlin-'ton. IL lias pii.iii'tl no tinins in hie ft tcf timi. liodi in re- Rsira lo ntniity nm MUp.nn.l wan mimII pmliUUfN pure ol j!iviii-KitMHiu.n lo cvn a nwouiti. , Alimn ' liUFtwk. in nari.mtiv be ioiitiil tin; foi'uv.' iu ' atiiclftt : Limes', Itoii8 ami Snoi;,1 " (i.iitcr Ilout?, (,f cny ilf-tTiptmn, i " rrllu-Ivins.lait-stPtyU'i Kid " .l.i ' i'nnirlla" tIo il-ili (Ififers. M l-'iencli S,'iiinrr( " IJiitfWi KM fl. ' I'icnch S.itin SJijipei-. nil i olort, " GuMIIn.nzea iU Jfyiisii ifci " Siuut Ii"m & Jlit-Kins " Sh:i'J iltibltrs Kuurptl nnl pl.'i tn tin ( Hmw Ibiots ami Sfi(cn, " Oaiirr IJnot-f, '(itrrpronf Uuotii nnd rinc I'u-neli Calf do do do do sfvsvd do .) III nun in. " .Morocco do " fcJmut Cdf nnd Kip " Cloili (iaitrrbiiltoiKd " I'linicila dancing U:u lot. " Dancing rimiji", " .MoioctoSlh pti, " Calf do " Calffhoos, nil kiiitU, ' Uubbr- wilh Jcntlier " -in do niic-ktt " t!o iidnnd pl.t hi. litiV-t llmts and iliots " Klllft-'alfliOOta, " do Kip ilo " do Call and Kip JJiojinns " Piont flioc, all kiml", " rr( iipflet q(inlit rrnnclln lipperf, nil; rrloi, , " ' Itukin-, nil rnlorf.i " Htnnt .Mornccii nnd Call ltnoix, " UnliliiT'. ul'nll ktnd-. l'rnnclU (laii'T nrtl ChUilieii'alltnil-i and .S"ior, d WiUiX I nini l'rcnch (i. liter lloui,'! (A' Uwt itnd Maes,! nil mior--, i " -Mohk'co Oaitcrsl button mill lace, 1 M " llakine & Slippprsi rt Ilont and Ankle Tic! ot allcnlorrt. Gcntlctiirn'it Jiuuls timl Shoe, t " Napoleon Hoots, with' and without tops yw Calf Hoots cw t-U nntl pencil, do Kip do do Sriil and (iinin pfjM Coif llroiruHaiu. Ivi'p HVtd lini'r, loiocco liuuia OllJ Itu-kint, riii' (Suiti-r", l)aii in I'iiinp and Th'sdI" all UunN. Aluo, drillooiH of all colors, and black and lihttilk pHitr lai't'c, collon laces, &.c. Patent Congress Boots. lIBlnsal.so purelnsetl the right of Builiugloii to nnuiif.ietuje Dtv's l'vri:r Cowiii.ss Boors, IlooTi.ts and Snow, width me kadmilted lobe Kiuirst anil inuU 1'ietlij nrticl' ol tie-kind cter got up. I h" lollowing extract, is Irom ihe Farmer and Mcihanic, in relation to this Bool : "In Furopc the 'Congress Boot' has come into ex tensive us,.; it is patrouicd by 'Fngla nd's Queen' by Ihe nobility, mi I hy I idics ol Liu.-r.iry I. inn-. In f.al, il is considered an indispensable ntlicle ol fashion, lis well as of coinloil." The Congress Boots, French Calf Boots, nnd every kind ol work in his line, manufactured lo order, as lie employs, in connection wilh his csublh-hinem the be-l workmen, RF.UBr.N BATCHCLDER. Burlington, May 18 17, 5j Iron, ail, & (Ihm,c. 5T0XS Shok-siim'k, v.uious si.ks; 5 Jo. Scroll Iron; III du. Bund do ; .VI do. Bound anil Square, IMG nnd upwards; 5do().S,do; 3ilo-iiiid men uanKS 2 do Hamtnoud' Banks" ln-st do; III do Aint-iiean Tile ilo ; I nmiotid's dodo j -i do Hoop do, all siicsj 'J do ' ail Bods; 1 do Norway do ; I do CrowBais;' Russia ftail 3 do Spring Stetl, tnrioiis sizes ; I do Bound Cast do do no; xivnsesoi inua: O do assorted do: M do. Anvils ivils; - do Vices . 1 do Mill Cranks; UK) do 'Ames' Shovels: SS do " 1-oster's" in, 7', .1,. ' I.',.. rl.. ,L u' Hoc ; UXIdo" Bliiuelinrd V Cubi and tleriuaii Steel Seylhea; 15 do do Cruilles. For sale by n. J. BUADI.I'.Y ,t CO. Burlington, May 25. 41 M,n V, TrMrpAninirr - i:nnri mm lUllllllliilll Jill 111 HOO.MS in Thomas' 11uilui.no a h;w dooks li Fast of Church St. Miniatures l,Uiiicludiiig good case. Ladies and (Jentleiueii arc invited to call and exam Ine siieciuieiis. Burlington MayC, 1817, SINGING classes. Mil. NICHOLS will commence on Saturday next, ot 1 o'clock, P. M., at the i-nry ol tbe . I..I...I f'l.i,r..l. ,, -liis4 in SivoiMi. 1 he ele- menis ol music, ilie Art of reading i-oiru tly, .MumcoI Arliculation and llxpression will be taught. 'JO lea- eonsforSlpiltliesclioIar. , Also, another term ol Ins Jutemle School will ue gin at 3 o'clock. Terms 1 ,00 lor 2U lesoons. Burlington, May 21, 1S17. Paints and Oili. 100 KI'XjS Piiro Saraprtk-s Wliito Lcml ( in llill : 75 do Hxin do do : 50 do No. 1, .i- j.. i.. ,.,-L:,....s .,l -J5.5Hund luolbs: 5 Ions While Lead (dty)t SOhvui H' lch ellow: 50 do Bed Lead; 10 do Litharge j 25 bbls. Linked Oil, LSonh em) lor sale hy . J. BRADLl.Y &. CO UurmuTlon. .May 25, Il ll',,. NEW GOODS. . I f D, lilXllY&CO.. ii.wn just nrcEtvnn 1. liomNew Yolk nnd Boston ft splendid ns.or - mcnl of spring and summer goods, ol ctcry vaiicly . i- n....i .i u: uni. I'oull de tioc I'lalil, ."Mohair l'laii), Oranmlic I'laid : Tltmtll 1. inruon, nm, lime i miiiu-, , n il., i;ini;hiliiiv. French l'ink, Blue, and while. ..,.,.1, , I'h.U ,!,. IVcnrb I.awn. and S hatt so all kiniU: HoiincR Super Silk F.teeltic, Cliina lV.nl, Cobur, Flnrclicc etc: Frcneli Flowers, Far nola, piinnner.StuH", Capi, Paper Ilaning, also n .ri.rt.l n Sen, I, until til I .11 ill L' I , I IIP,1 1 ICS. The above named goodi, with a lame a.ortmcnt of cverv vanetv tor the count V uaue, win uc soiu m tow I'riresi lor eali or ready pa: 40 1)UI UlllUll .UilJ 1 lOi,. NOTICK. The honks for ieceitiniubcriplionstn ibe capital slock o '.be Verinontond Canada KailroadCoinpa- Ill I... ....oil Ii.i llmt I ill rt ii)np .a 1 1 1 ie til 1 ICC I d .). c.l. it o. :.. c, .MT.n,.Q dip Mtb dae ofdiine IH17. atone o'clock P. M, ; nt Ihe dwellina house of 'the lion. Joseph Clalk, in iMillon on Ihe 'Jin nay oi .nine is 17. atone o'clock P. ,M : and at the dwelbnn lioiw of John Kniubn I3i. in.Noilli Hero on the loih day of June 18I7J nt llnee oclock 1 . -u. j, s.uii ii, Ci tiriimn of hottrtl of f oin. St. Albans May S, 1 !7, 40ll JONES, BALL & POOJi, NO. 123 WAS 1 1 IXfiTON ST Jl E 171' H0ST0N linpoilcrs til .V Whiili-'iili! Drillers In Wntclic", .Irtvclry. .Hilltmy iotils, c. IFAVEni:ci'.ivi:nivi!i:cr.XTAimiv.i,srnoM II llmdand and France, n large and e.lenivc n snrtinrnfnlihe Ibllowiiiudeciibed (!ooils,tviihniany other kinds loo numerous to be mentioned, seleeli d ex pressly for their wholesale linde, and comprisim; the greatest taiielyof arliclesio he louiul in Ihe city, to which the ntt-ulion of dealers is iutiled. (old and Silver Walches, Jnpamud Ten liaj", in of l,eter, Ii'l'.pine, Au-i sels or single, ol nlisizes; ihor, Iloii.onl.il and' Card Trays, llicad, Verge Jlscapeiuenls, of; 1'iuit and Kuifu Trnys. nil ntiahtics and niicos,iTal,Ie and Pocket Cutlery, from Ihe cclebialeu inak-i Sci-sors, Ka.ors, ece. era m l.uerpool, Lon don. and I.oclc in Suisse. Irani tlie celebrated ma nufacturers of Shcllield, llidgers, (rookes, W'os tenliuhn,&c. tvilli nnny cheaper kinds of Table Knit c nml Forks, with bone lioru niul cocoa u nnd linndics. Marble, linscwood nnd Fbony Clock', Ollicc! Clock", niiil Light U.iyi 'I'llliepicccs. Gold Jewelry, of nil des criptions: 1 ins, Kings llracclets. and Clasps Claps .iccj Bag and Puse Cold Dm, Is, r.uard Chains, Keys, (!old anil Silver Pencils, Specta cles, Thimbles, h'je (.lasses. Cold Pens, iiasps, test nun roo Ciiauis and Mournings, Steel Beads, Spectacles, (Spectacle Cases, Silk Purses, fluard Chains, Watch (Unsscs, Spccln cle llycs, Iimii tV'iek, Tin and Shell .Music Lockets, tviiii n general) tssnituicnt of Cold, Sil tcr mid C lit Fancy Goods. I Boxes, Jewel Boxes Plated Cake Baskets Cnn- hroncd nnd lacuuercl Theininnietcrs, i'ablc dlelicks, Castors, Ha-; ted nnd Britannia Table Bels,-c. nml Tea Spoons, Folks, Wnteh Tools ofevcry des llultcr Knives, &.r. ciipiion. Britannia Ten ninl Colfee Files, Gravers, and nil Pols, Sugar mid Cream' kinds of Watch Mnlc rials, boih I'.nglish and rots. Communion Ware, of all Swiss manulaeturc kinds. l'lirrlmsers niav be nssn red that every thing in our line will lie furnished on ns lavorablc Itnusas canln procured Iroiiiany source. Dealers are int lied to call and examine. Gl'.O. II. JONI'.S. TIUJC M. BALL. NAT1IL.C. POOR. cow It 13 NORTH EKN THAXSl'OKTATION LINK. IS17J EASl'ISEil. L47 .iamls 11. ikoi.ri! anii orni-ns, rr.oi'nir.ror.s. Fin icaulin'j to nml Ji nut boiloit, Snr- Vol I;, Atlitnv. I Jioll, Monti till, tjnrbrr, nml (III JioiM oil iMhr t :ininii!iiint aim iic iiiiiricni innuinus on tut: diawpltiin caiitil. r il .:i, ,i lv,.n Lnnw,, NOllTlir.llN TRANS I PORTATION LINL is piepared wnh iucn ased facilities, ti forward nil kinds of property with the greatest care and despatch. The new steam piopel-b-r, JAMBS II. HOOltKli.of 350 tons burden, dipt. SILAS IllNKLI'.Y, has been ndded to the line, nnd will union Lake Champlain, milking two iripsinih tv , ... ti.tmOi, c .in, '1 iiirs. ats. tniu.llill(7 Ilt nnrlm.n,,,, .l'mt DonMti--!. Tort K. iiUih! .,, .... . ' . ivil!fl,, llnuunnL' will IcaieSi A li.inson S.iturdats nnd PlattsbiirLdi npd Burimi'loii on WidiiebdaisaiidSatuidats. This line will hate ril'TIJIIN OANAT. I50ATS.tT!'..LAKK CtVtl.A nil i:H IIOA'I'S. all of widely run dayand niiilu. It is aNn connecied wilh the mwmfnl.DTI.'OV TOWIIOAT l.l.M; ni, tti.. Iltiilsitn lik.-r. mi,l slcalii boats on Lake Cli.iuplaili,tbiis nll'iiding Ibeir friends and the public ....ii. i:il!i'.ii nniiitiiiiniu-nl sliiooini. l.t- Lake floats lining llirotlgli Ion-ins I! uttnm tin tte Lille and Ulvrr.mUv Pioii.-ller on tie- Lake lo Whitehall I hence bv both tilled lo New- ork.or lit' 1 OW Boat on the Biter and Steam Boats on the Lake as tiny may choose. A laigc number of Eail vessels on Lake Champlain It-Inn., In (bis Line. I Alil'oods weiirhed at the time ol shipment, nnd will he lorwaided Willi piomptness audiiespnicii, !V.!.iiiui,. nmt vnri biiiKiliif niolillillv llltclliled to. 1 On,, limit ,.l lie -ibote Line b-ntes New-Yolk d.liil stlivs' P. .M. and ihrce or inoro le.itc Albany ami Troy, daily. I or 1 reigni appij u, V, , V..".J.iUV' '? n"'' 2 New Yorl J:lni!f&'l. 'j'l'ier, Albany. JiiSit"i 'wt'aU!' 133 lliur Hn"u Troy' 7.;i7 ittxKr.nv Mis imj-, c k. OI.IVKt: IIASCOM, Wbitcliiiil, GEO llf.XT, Montical, X ll'i:iU:,! C- Rous.", Point, N. Y. CUI.Viy Jl riUMM.r., Pmt, Kenl, ) s Yolk . . II All. P., I'lall-burgh, 'New 0K' JAS. II. HUOhlU!, Bo-lon. ildress ns Agents, OT.1VV.lt I1ASCOM, Whitehall, A I). l.ADU.'i'y, Bt f.-renccs, .f, .SJ. TT rVCKHCo. ) JOTIXS iVA UK, ! Builington, Vai.l.ETTHlinAIU.V.Y) l.AWItnXCE .7.M.Y.1A';,K., ... II .N. hl.i J.. lllghgale, J. ,'.!. Vi;.S'. Ifi LoiiuWhatl. Boston. siiii'i'i'.iis or I'lioDi ci: taki: mitici;. On the arrital of the Propeller James II. Hooker at Whitehall, boats of the Noitheni Transportation Line will leate direct lor New- York, taking lierlreiglit through without landing. O. BASCOM, Agem. Whitehall, April, lmli 1817. ii Cm The Ctacicnbcrg Vegelnlilc Pills. jy0,000 BOXF.SSOLiTllACll AND HVKRY WF.F.K ! ! Tin. c:n.vi:i'i:.viTi:Rf. company Hereby giveiiolice, ihal their OBNBBAL Agent for llie Stale of Vermont anu the Northern and Casleru Counlicsot .ett .i ork is (iliO, J.l BBItIS, Burlingion Vt. The CJeneral Agents aie fully nrep.ued lo appoint pany : eilher on peiMiual application or by niaikposl ,,aitt. The rapid sale ol tbefecelibiiiied pills, mid lh extraordinary cures tlu-y ore constantly rll.ctmg.reii silb-AKents wueictt-r iiiiii 11 in, i.iuiuii ,ni- v ..in I the ,er them, liytir, ihe most popular pill olihe age, An A ,,,.iirv w ill coliseililenny ue terv tuiiiinne. The Crai-f-nberg Pills are inconccniibly superior to any eter before diseoteied. 1 ii nil bilious complaints ; iu genetal derangement of llie s)sleni ; in all disorders which nsuil from a bad slate ol the blood, these pills are a soteieign leiniiiy. i.. , ... ill i eseasea ca e i curoioc. int- itiui-ii-ir berg Pills achiete iheirhiglusl iriunipl Ilerelhey .i.t.Vnti ...........ii, un, i'tiieriii' Wlllilll Ihe hidden le- ees-ses of the sjsleui, they nuicily but surely purily the blood, root out discuse, unit gite tout-and vigor to llie b"d' - i.. i'.r......... By these Pills, in cases where ctery oilier means had ......... r :i , M'l.. ..I. i. .. .In.., ..n...!' r.l tl.ld ,...nl.l Is- git eii.hui 'a trial ol one box will convince llie patient, nr.. .i i .....i.. ;i m inihmr ,.i. . nij i. nr iiuiei,-,, inn, n... .. is-nse, i ilt price is SI.) cents a Pox. n neie ueauoiiais irorli art o, dried ami the money itmitttd, the Com li'inuinll jnty the I'tHluge on tht rills. Keiiiilt.-inces at the Company-Brisk. Wheiritr lliere is iiongcncy ol ihe Coiupaiiy they can be oldered by mail. These Pills ate taking llie place o all otlis,aiiJ no person should he without them. AI.I. ItlUAQVS COMl'L.UXTS. Hmeel Unnnlmtils, Ciinsliiialiou, Dyspeiisin, Verer and Ague, Headache, Jaundice, ,litr Coiitldaiitts, Hheiimatism, all Stomach CMiinlaiuts, Green Sick, uess, (tf . (sr., yield al once to these Fills. Tliey purge aw ay olfeiisive humours, arrest ibe progress ol iWuse, and at Ihe same tme restore tone and ti 'ortn llie system. In cases ol general derangemeni ol health, they are SOVEREIGN. V Y TIICIII UST.. The weak will be made wrong ; ihu pale and hillioua complexion be restured to i r!eclly Iresh uiidhi-ultliy color ; and the bad symptoms will one by imedisai, In short, these Pills ure an inconceivable advance upon any ether medicine etcr ollered to the public, A-fRlAL W1IX SATtsri AM ONE Of flit,. rJinV PAINTS. & OILS. in TONS Whitk Lhad, nnv and guouni) u In nil- Vcn. red, French Yellow, VerdlgrK lyiiromc I enow, i;nrome tircen, i,iinnri;e, nra irau, Whiting, &.c.; nlsn Lin-Seed Oil ', Hpirm 1 nrpen tine. Coach nnd Furniture Varnish, in uuanlilics to suit puiehasers. .,..,. June IU, -n, sl KUflU, IJUUlil 1 n.ri ejtw. SOA1'. 7 X BOXES C0L(JATE'S,75 doMorgnn's v udol uniy. l orsalcby J, I1K.111.I Y J Co. Burlington, May 25, 43 iuiili IFir. NEW GOODS. 1) DOOLITI'LH, has just ltKcr.ivnn a . full nssfiiiment ol Uiy (Joods Jj Oiocciies tthicli will he sold nt ihe lowest piice lor Cush or Credit. May afilh, 1817. 48wG CIHiKSH CLOTH. 5 DALES. 10 Hales Wool Twino For sale bv J. BKADI.UY & Co. Burlington, May S3. IS A'oiili W'horf CARPETING. Yds. Cnrnotinir, 1500 150 May 20. do. Floor Oil Chilli can be found nt 300 Laborers' Wniilt'il ! II'ANTED o tub Ciumplmx and Cox. I nectieiit Uiver Bail Bond, on tint nortionof the road east ol Mt Holly, to Section I in Buckingham, Five Hundrcil Laboring Men, lo whom n liberal price will be paid, il application he made immediately. DBCKUlt st WABNLR. Chester, Vt, Mny20, 1817. N II. Lmiilojmeiit will be continued to such ns are faiihful lor two years. 1). tt V. N II. Du.KI.Ri John Waii.nlr. ' 18wl JAMES OUR, DRAPER AND TAILOR, HAS reunited his shop to College street, under the Fuc Press ollicc, where he will wait upon his customers nt all limes. Id. Ims hist re turned from New York wilh n supe rior assoriini'iit of nil articles for Gciitiemeirs wear, of tin. la i, -st si vies and best dualities, ti.. Lnulish, Flench nnd German Broadcloths, Cassimcrcs ol nil kinds, Wstimrs. lies,, ins. Crntals. Neckcloths. Ilnndkcr- chiefs,Clotes,nll kinds of Tiiiiunings lor Garments, .te. ,tc. Particular attenlion.will be given to cutting for outers to make up. liurlingloii, .nay an, i I) 1) 0 0 L I T T L V WILL CO.NTINITK TUB mercantile business on his own account nt his old stand, where may bo lound a gcneinl assortment ol Goods adapted to ihe trade of the country, which be is delerinnied to tell nt the lowest rates. iurlinnloii, .tlay 4111, 107. uwu DYU STUFFS &c. 1U5LS Cajipuaciiy Loo 150 Wood ground. 1-J5 do Fustic, 50 do Redwood, 50 do Nicwood, 10 do Cainwood, Jj do Alum, For sale by Burlington, May, '25. 10 Bbls Blue Vitriol, 5 do 1,-ic Ihe, 5 Cases ludmo. 15 Kegs Cream Tartar, 10 Tieiccs Copcras, J. BRADLLY, Co. IS .VuiifA Vharf. rissii 1 ft Quixtals Codfish, 10 1 ,-'V' 1 Muckcllel, I" 5 do do, -J 10 Riils. No. 20 No. -J. do. In ,ln. 10 Tierces and Jl) bb s. and i do Mil- 1UU Boms Herring ; Cases of smoked Salmon. Fors.ileby J. UllADLUY clCU. Builington May -5. South IVhaif. PATENT PLATFORM SCALES. WARRANTED. j. it . ii. rr.cK&L Co. Agent. Burlington May IS 17 ffl KEGS POWDER, inn ll.ms Shot. l.'iOdo.. Coin Brooms, ,j rails, by J. HJ. IT- 1'V.Ch'iiCn. I JOHN P. KELLOGG, iMi-or.rrr. anp ieallr in WINES AND LIQUORS, 21)5 Ilhrr i Sheet Tioy, . V. l5nLIiKi:r.pro.sT.TLVo mxi iujuixo si the pri''nt hereon, a Marne supply tf Jordan lV'iiPft,aiid fjqitwf (t nriniisilescnptions j omc ol ldcli aie. . aicn inwnrtntioii. made Hrnuii;iMUi'iiisi wilh several IUciiHer-, iorliiPiiiMIi'5 o( Imstnn Hum and other Domestic tl'llim , I1C Mlllill (III IIIIHB l" III.IU1VU III HillllMl 1113 cu-tomers withfriieli artk-ks at the lowest piiceH. Troy, April 15, 1317. 13mfi SIR HENRY. I l 'PUIS TIlOROFfilt JL BI!F,D horse will commence his season, April 1st, HI7, and may be louiul at the Stable of the Propiie tors. West Millou, un til Monday, the second of. May. After that time un- i til July lllsi he will stand, each week, in mii.tos- rtl.t.s, I iiUi-.r.i.nTON' At the Stable ol S. Ward, At the Stablci ftlic Frank .Moud'ts, Tuesd ys, and liu House, I htirsitays, Weilnesdits. FiiJats and Saturdats. I.rnp S. Senson f10. Insurance nuri-rtl on. Insurance H ill he dunned un mares tlitj titcil if before the lime nf foaling. 1 PEDIGREE AND DESCRIPTION. , SIlMil'.NItY was bred by James Haihcate, K-! . of Long I-land, i!iebneder of .Medoe, , Midas, Gyp- eyaml othei llnrsep, iiiMniuwieu in tue anuaisoi llie l un. lie mis laweu nioie piciniuui, auei i c'ser competition, than any other American Horse ; liav imr receded. besides numerou- county nreuiiuin!, tbe fnt premium tor the be?t blood horse, ol the N. Y. lfili alt l'l n i n r.M'M-rii (iiiit-rriu riii, in last, at Auburn, Sipt. 17, IS1G, oer upwaidn of fifty nnelllors. Illlulilleil to hate In ell the finest Show of COI horses ever witnessed, even in New Yoik lleisfull sitleen baildshiull. and telV muscular: Wenrlisileven hundred and a liiillinorilinaryconilitioiijisofii bright chestnut colurjttas never in the harness i or on llie. lilii,isi, iiiiiiii n.n.i, r-uii un , , i hj njumi and lienlihy, and in the tigor ol lite. He was got by Henry (ilieeoinpetilor of Am. Eclipse in llie great race on Long Island) lie by SirArcliy, and he hy im ported Dioined. SIR HENRY'S dam ilie dam of Prospect, Sir Lovell and Lt.Inlanlry was got byim poried Lt. lnlnntry, (a son of Er.oi.isn Ecmi-se) ; gr. dam imp. oh! Mlssenglk, (the sireo the dmnol Am. EiLll-sE, and eeienraieti nsiigcueroi irouers;; g. gr, dam llashaw; g. g. gr. dam imp. 1 rie1 uiTTo.N.saiil -. . . ituuiiiiy on., ,i,in..,u w...c,... . iv,.,),. ilnninSiiriey, nnilwas got bv Eng. Eclipse; his dam by l'ealher; gr dam J-minu Ciiii.p.i.rs. i neanovc pcuigice inay n iiiniiui.j unyuiiu w iio desires, hv relerince to llie Lug, Stud Rook, or Am. Tint Begisier.hoihin possession ol the uoprieiors. and style ol aclioivind command higher prices as road- slers.in llicinaikils ol'I roy, Albany and New York, thiiii Ihose ol any oilier horse. Ihe lol owing notice ol Sir Henry istioin the March No. ol Hie American MR 1 1 i.ni.v s cons ure uiiritui m nn siiecu, ooitoin, Agriculturist, cuueu oy .v. i .iiu-o, .s, , . nu is tieu ... ......intfil n ill, boih llio huisi and ins stock. "Sir Hlnkv. We hate received a circular from Messrs. Lucius Sanderson it Co., of Wist Mihoti, Vt. i'liloiining us thai this line, wi II bred horse, w ill stand ,,, il., ,1 in .nnu ibe I'liniuiiL' season. Sir Henry has t.l- a- ,,,,n tl.,,., u , ,... v Kenseterai puioiunn, ui . ... ... i V Slate Ag. Soc. , Celebrated as the ertuout Horses already are, we think, il duly patronized, ibis superb horse will leate a siocs. oiiuuu, mum.,, mi, uuu sou ....... ,,.,i...!r retiutntion us roud-tcrs." Mr. Hodge, of Cambridge, N. Y, nn c.-i-ierieiiced and oblii'iug groom, who has taken cure of Sir Htnry lor several years, will hate eti.itge of linn tins Season, Goodpasiuiage wiirfK protided lor mares from a distance, but the proprietors will not be re.-Hnsible lor. accidents or escapes. e . f ..,.1 t ..,l,lll Port nf Alnnlnellpr I'.l, lleler lo .uaiio'ii s,. ', "i. - irdlng.Esq Cainbridge, V Y.. VVin. I. Porter, q. Editor ol tin- Spirit ol theT nncs.Ncw ork.City, wa ,....,l..d I '.,..r..ut Venretltles Vi. ,..,i ... 1(ljj.,us SANDERSON it Co. N. B. A printed circular containing Sin Henry's pedi"ree and description morent length, wilh an ac count ofhisstook, and ccititieates ol their chnracler, mid the prices-ranging Irnui ft inotu 8Ubt)-at which nuuiljcrs ol thcni haye Leei.i sold, limy In? had hycal hng on llie proptietortr o I adnrcssmg them postpaid ul Builington,'' TRAVIS & CO'S NORTIIERIV LINE, ys 184l7. .cusLg The rrniirlnlo, Ce.ll,ls T.lno will cnnliiilic lo run n Siv Day Line of Boats iluring the pres ent season ol'Navigation. lor ihe Trniisportallon of all Property Intrusted to lliem, with safety and des patch, helween iM.iV'iuilh, ana sr. juiuy u. i:. The Proprietors have arranged w-ith the Cham plain Tiampnrtnlion Company to ship daily, (Sun daysexeeplid,) by Slcniners MmUNHTnv AND M'IIITEHALTj. on Lake Champlain, wliich wilh their Line of first , IM V I'M IS. n in nnn i.iikp Ullllls. ,u tuiiii.i Line unsurpassed in facilities for the Transporlntionof I lopeny, wilh despatch nnd saieiy. all uuoiis sinrrnii rx tiih mr auk insured W. A. TltAVIS, .l?f(, Whiiehall j O. F. BLOUNT. Avail, Troy ; I". J. N. STABK, Ncw-Yom. Boats of t,i, L,m. Leate NUW YORK, ALBA NY and TI!()V Diilv. Sundais F.tccptcd. Nini'iir Giiii'pmrs rte-Yoikaml Troy 1-inc TowfioaU. For Frcislil apply to I,. J. N. STAHK. .in CocntiuD .Slip, N. Y. IF, l, TRAVIS, WhhUll; A. A. TtlllllS, Schmitn villa 0 V. Hl.OUXT, l'J3 Hivrr-slrcct, Tioy I). C(ir.i:,m'l icr iim"? ,. A. Ct.AltK, ComslnrL's iMiidms i f'PBTIV 1 I VV. Mima's iMmlins ! XlCltor.St l!Ui:r).. St. Albam; 11 H 11 All.:, rhlhlitrsli I COI.VIiXH TIllMtll.i:, l'o,t Anil; IF. It. SA.Xi:, Chnzv; IVlJ.LTTunHAIll.KY. ) J. J. II. Pl.CK, if CO.. I Ilutlmgton I J. S KM Yi, , J X 1 17.71 I fx CO , Umisc't Point; H'M. DVIHIAM, Vloimiilain; j.anunci ' aso.,is, ..... a . .V.V7;B'.saVJ( SIXCLAM, Mmtnal; .ii.vzmo.v.eUri,irRAVI8&ca y 1 All Goods shipped by this Line will be nc curiiiely weigheil and caielnlly handled. Maik Goods Care TUAV1S st CO. 43 tl 1847. Merchants' Line. LAKE BOATS ForllicTroii'portiition of Property Between LAKB CHAMPLAIN, TROY, ALBANY, NEW Y011K & BOSTON. The Proprietors nl this Line will rim, during the pre sent Senson, SIXTLLM I-IK ST UI.ASS l.AltC BOATS, and nre prepared lo execute promptly nil nil- ..-;,!. . ttlcli llii'V lit. titrnstfil. No exer- tionssliall be wantiiigto merit a contimiance of that patronage with which the Line has heretofore been fa- r,,(i 'i-iJi, .,,,..nin,n fur lowing on Hudson River and Lake Chainplaiii will enablclheni to give good is particularly called ton very superiorCust Steel Sbov dcspatili to properly. i el made expressly lor Rail Road purposes, Ihe quality Property lorwanled hy this Line is actually and nc- of which.and the terms will be lound unexceptionable. curately weighed nt tie- luiieol shipment. I he limits are insured, and propeiiy not subjected to the occa sional delay and injury incident to transhipment. Proiieiiy to and Irom BOSTON forwarded hy WESTERN RAILROAD or VESSEL. j AGNirrs, L. A. JOHNSON, 'J Coenties Slip, New Yoik. CORNELIUS LOVELL, New Yoik and Boston Packet Ollicc, Long Wharf, Boston. PROPRIETORS. JOHN Hit ADLIIY At -' I llurlinnton Vt snccssorsto ioixitt & imtm.tv. '"""ngton, 1 1. NICHOLS, BURTON it Co., St. Albans, Vt. Burlington, April, IG1I1 1817. 42

THE IMPORTED HORSE. YOUNG FLYING CHILDERS. millS svr.i'vni'n ivrati. was I'liitt-insKn 1 in England by LUSLU1, LAUN I O, of 1). .. ' WAUTON, andbiought to Ameiica in the fall of IBM. The Pubcriber Uitained him of the importer at I reat Co?t, anil would itilurm those who are interes ted iu iiuprowiiL'theMood of American Ilort-rs, that be will be fhutid at his Stable in Sheitmrnc Village, at all limes readv to be e.miiued and rniup.ired with I any horn." iu ifie Suite, iu res-pee t to t-peed, blooil, lorm nml I'arrianc, j lie is IG bunds Iiih, firmly built, with e.pauJ'd chest, liuest of limbe, and ihf most actie and vttvy iiioveiiients. Ilii roloris the rieh'-t nl bny. U Irn , iu fjet eeryqua!dieatinn that con.-titutea a bfaiitiful, ileet mid ooj bottomed hoi'-e. lleiy feature is an index to his iVdijiie, and shows him tobe of the eru ry best of JlnuM-li i:tiactioii. The Youu I'lmtiz Childns, was exhibited at the lnsl ineeling of llie ChiUeiiden County Agricultural Kociety, andeaineoU'with a complete triumph ocr , every other horse present. The Sub-trib-T, aiiMons that hi1 horse should ettab-li-h a leputatmii upon his aetual merits, will now compare him iu any respect with the best horses that can be produced, the Sir Ilemv. or Jllack Hawk, not pxeepttd, and pniticumily with rciiard to heanty. activiiy and f-pecd. The Vouny I'luiu Chiltlers will be G t-ar.s old ne.t July, and weiirb 1,151) IIh. II isct t lie t'li) im!ii-ii r-iut'K, iiearmi; iiih iiamr , whkii will be obvious at a stni'Ie glance to any competent jude of horei. We solicit f-uch to cafl andsatisly tiiemseles by obf-enalioti, alt-o asharc of patronage. TIJKMS: Any one who wi-Iies to improve by as pooda horse, and a" t heap a rate a- was ever otlered in America, tbi" ill l their opportunity. The Youns Himtf Cliilders. will stand for S7,00the Season, inuranee imieed ujiou. Mares that aie in Mired, ildt-po-cd of Wore fouling nine, the insurance must be paid. (Jood pasturing will be proided (or Mare Irom distance, accidents and escapea at the risk of the owneis. Season to eml in Augtt. Slielbunic, Mmhl, ld!7. OkluJ. JJaldwis. Sands- sarsaparilla, FOB THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT Cl'REOF ALLDISEASES ARISING FROM AN LMPFRESTVPEOFTIIE BLOOD OR HABIT Nl;'IZ''IU: SYSTEM, Serofnla, nr ling's eril, lilie mutism, obstinate euta. iieous eriijiti'ins, ;mnilcs, or intitules on the face, l,ltl. I..I. u rhinmeMinp hip. , ,'ir trm lit tie let. I... r.,i.ll..,.l ruin, re,,,,, it nml tmni til Ihe l.oiien and joints, stiMmn uteris, njiihitttic eiji,q,li,ts, sciatirtt,urliinilniga , and ilesciiHsaiisinz from an iniudieiuus nseof mercinij, aseite ,or iio;y, rx- vosmeor intinudenre in life; also, chionic coif stitutional disorders, fjc. lu ibis preparation are strongly concentrated all tiie M...llln.J ,.r..,-,llr r.f Ma,.malin:, enmbin,,! ulll, fll... m,il ll.-ri,., I niilsT ill,, Innst s.-liiilnri- iirridnclimis XK niost potent simples of the tegitable kingdom; ninl its limit- lent,, I si ess in 1 1 it- lesliiralinti In bealih ol those who had long pined under the most distressing chronic maladies, has git eu il an exalted cliarncler, lurnisliiiig us it docs evidence ol its otti) intrinsic tnliie. The following is an extract from a letter received from Rev. William Galusha : Bliiksiiiri-..Vi.. Oct.2-!,l. 1SI5. Messrs, Sanps : I lnite I en afflicted witli a seyere pain iu my side, occasioned by a diseased liter, for (he last twenty jears ; sulleriug at times what language ( have been greatly relieved, so much so liiat I hate been ul,,e iu uiieiiu luiiiy ,iusi, iss,,,,,u .,r,,i,, ui.us u, uiiy ir n,e last imeen mourns, i wuoiiy uiscanicu an oilier incdiciiie, and thoioughly tried the Sarsaparilla, I tthki, i cau recoininend iu truth and sincerily lo all nulse who are iu any way uiiucieu wiiiinny smcies ol 1 fcemnilniisoiiinl.iiiits. There hare been some remark I able cures ellecled by its use in this vicinity. Mrs. 1, health than she had before enjoyed ; Mra, W, Sletens, who had been Erysipelas, was entirely cured ' Lultlest i sjiaw , n,,, UB ot S1X i,tties, was resiored lo neiter 1 tor ten tears, and i setereiv aniicled d by the use of u lew V ,,W. I 'M. GALUSHA. The following testimonial Irom the Agent to llie value of the Sarsapanlla in a ease ol leprosy will be iead wilhinieresi by all similarly nllhcied : Beaver, Pike Co, Ohio, Sep. 7, 18IB Mesas A II. et II. Smuts; Gems A man near lien used six hollies of your valuable Sarsaparilla lor llie leprosy.aiid has receited moie lieiielil Irom it than all 01 her remedies combined lor tit years past. It est,. re. n linn, . ... fillil IihiI lrolll a SIlU.'l lloll lllll erson would hate known they lielonged to a liuniau liody, us all upiieared to ue one muss 01 puiniyiug wnv. His hand and oilier diseased parts are all resiored to their natural size and teeing; are entirely lienhd oter, and his leprosy cured. He iulends using a few more botths tu pennant ntly cttablitlihisliealih. V.,m .....si r'..i,,...,illi- G.W. RAYNOLDS. For faithcr patticulars, and conclusive etidence of us superior tame and eiiicacy, m-c ttaiiquni-is, ,iu may be obtained ol Agents grulis. Prepared and sold bv A. B .t D. SANDS,rDrug. gists, loo Fulloii-si. corner of William, New- otk. s,J.UL,l. pi'i'li .1. SPEAR. Builinelon . 11. F.Goss'Waterbuiy ; S. K. Collins, Montpelicr ; r t ii..., ' ... .ii '..m i .... r.. In.,la- J ,. Ij. luuuer ni. Aiuans ; iu, 'v. i iu,i .s. "; burg, and by Druggists generally throughout the Dm. letl States. Price I1 perbotllc. Six hotilcs for J5. Builington, 1 Fch. IS 17. ly. CHAMPLAIN CANAL. NEW BOATS I P A CUE T S 1817. MBis. 1847 R. C. IIF.NRY, CAPT. J. U. GANDA LL, II. MATIIKR, ' A. C. SCOVILL FASHION, K. K. SCOVlLLl The Comstoek Packets on the Chnmploln Canal will commence their regular trips nt the opining of na vigation, nml wlllcoiitinue to run between WHITF, HALL nnd TROY, fnimingtwo Daily Lines during the present season. They will connect with the Rail Road nt the Borough, nnd form, with the Steamboats on Lake Chainplaiii, ii continuous line to the Canadas. The Packets will be manned bv experienced Cap tains ami hands. They are new nnd newly furnished. The table w ill he well supplied, and every cllbrtmade to give sati.lnction to the traveling pub ic. ,$:,!! Li".k ,or II- C- HlNRY, H. MA- T1IKR nnd FASHION. Apri. 91,.8.T. r'CTOCK,Agent,44 CLA1IK, FISK & CO.) 228 FULTON STItEET, N. YOHK HAVII on hand, nad offer for sale, a choics selec tion ol Fiesh Teas from the late arrivals, comprising rji chests aim nan chests iiysnn Kin, IJ'J do do Youm; Hvson. 100 473 73 37 8S S73 8G 57 3M do do do do do du do do do do do do do do do do Old litson, Twankay, dm powder, Imperial, Flowery Pecco, Pouchoug, Ningyong, Orance Pccco, do do fcoucliong, 431 caddies of vnrious nuaiities. Also. 20.000 packages Tobacco, eomprisiu various brands nnd qualities; Pipes and Scgars; Maccoboy and Scotch Siuilli New Orleans. Porto Rico. St. Croix nnd Ha- tana Oillee, cruslied ; Loaf and Powdered Sugars; New Orleans, Porto Rico, Nucivetas, St. Croix, Tiin idad and Cuba Molasses; Hall Boxes, Box nnd Keg Raisins; St. Domingo, Cuba, Bio, Laguira, Sumatra and Java Cofiee ; Pimento, Pepper, Ginger, Nutmegs, Cloves, Mustard, Cassia, 1-ancy nnd Bar Soap, Sperm nnd Mould Caudles, Winter and Summer Oils, Mack erel, Salmon, Shad, Herring, Pickled nnd Dry Cod, nnd a full ami general assortment of Groceries, which we oiler for sale at the very lowest market prices, nnd to which we invite the attention of the country mer chant. CLAIIK, FISK fc CO. N, I). Liberal advances made upon consignments. HEARTT & CO. SUCCESSORS' TO J. C. Ilcnrtt, Ilro. i Co., 181 iii'ur ,S'(. Troy. IMPORTERS of English and Gf.hman Hardware, and denlers in all kinds of Domestic. Aneiits lor the sale ol Peril and Troy Nails, Spikes, Horse Shoes, and Iron, at Factory nrices. Hunt's. Siinmons'.nnd White it Olmslend's Axes, also ctery variety orthe St. Lawrence County Hay and .Manure Forks and Hoes, at Manufacturers' prices. The attention of RAIL ROAD CONTRACTORS 41ml HEADY MADE CLOTHINGS. I. D. ft.l BIXBY it CO., now have their furnishing room well filied with every variety of Coals, Vests, and Pauls, for men and hoys. Coats from 75 cents up to lite ilullars. unit anu see. Funnels nnd Mccliiinics Unnk Stock. FEW SHARES 47 roR salk. Apply to John Br.Ani.LV it Co. PRODUCE omintssicin iHcvcljanto, IVo. JM Water Street, NEW YORK. Jas. S. rtRGi-so.v. Gasdince Piicrman nnrr.R to Messrs. Draper. Aldrkh .V Frink 'l'owii'ynd.Sayrp !f Clark, i. 5 J. V. Seymour, riiillins H Cuvler J.J. II. Peck, 8j Co.... New York. Albany. 123 " IJurlhigton, Vt JEWELL, HARRISON & Co. in in i s i o ii Here h a 11 1 And iValers in PRODUCE AXD PROVISIONS, No. :iO Water Sln-t-t, Betw een Coenties Slip and Broad strci t, Ahm. S. Jewell, 1 S. I). Harrison. C. D. Van Wagenen. ) JTEW YOItK, urn it to Messrs. Follelt J( Bradley, Burlingion, J, it J. II. Peck it Co. ' AGAK&ARTKUR are now rcceit mir new suiuiliisolSAUUi.i.KY. Coach am S he 1 1 A !IJ- AUK, in all its tarieties. Also, Drugs and Aledi cincs, r.unts, nits, t arnislies, etc. Burlington, IS IG. Apothecaries' Hall, Corner of Church and College St. Burlington. GlIO. I). IlAnitl.NT.TON, PllOPItlLTOH. irilOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER It in Dings, Cbi'iiiicnls, Oils, Cmiiphrno, Die. sums j,iiiiors, ivc., vc.,4VC. ALSO (leneral dealer ill Patest, Botanic and Thomso MAX ttt.MF.UILS. CoiniiiiMijiioii AiU'lit For the sale of Jctvrrr's. Comstock's. and Siier man's Medicines, ns also lor all the popular Patent .tieuicincs 01 me uay. noie Agent lor llie sale o Tiiomso.n's UrcKi-vc Scitokilr and Call's Utlm ' .v.noit. ' All orders addressed us will meet tviiii nronint at tent ion, lie carefull) paiked and wurrautcd.hatmg llie largest and uesi aKsortcu stw k lo lie lound slioi t ot !ew oik purtliasi-il exciusitcly for cosh we are enable 10 iu.ikei.irge uim-uiuiis irom ine cusioniary prices, " IllirrilllllOll's Building P S. Dr. B.J. IltiMiitRawillbein otiendaiiceon Saturi ay'snnd Wednisday'slrom 10 A. M., till I o'- elnck .P.M., at Apothecaries' Hall, corner ol Chunh and College streets, when those who wish toe ull . hnu should call. 37lf ,i,,,i,1,,m -MOI UEU'h KLLILl' , i mil M Annir-n 1 .lllira ,I,A tln,I..Ja llli.e . 1 1 medicine which sooilies'thc disagreeable sensn- tini, f I -.I..- nl , ,.. I , I... asafe delivery in all cases where mal 'formation or some imnaiuiiil circuiusi,inces do not prevent. The reputation of tliisariicle, though silent, lias Income so extended as tu produce an immense demand. A pamphlet intended only for the rteof those directly iniercucd uud their ulivsicitins.is nrcnared for era- tuitous distribution w here the Relief is lor sale. G.A- BARTHOL1C it CO.. Rochester. N. Y. For sale by PECK it SPEAR. can also supply Druggists at the Proprietors Whole sale illic. UCIopcr Vtll IB1. 1J GOLD PENS. Brown's, Benedict it Barney' ictoria, Congress, Sinilh it Faruain'sand Bard Brother's. S5 nt J, V. HAXVAT.I.'S, KNITTING PINS.Sewing Needles, and Darning Needles, warranted the liesi qualiiv.at Sj JV. HAXUAT.I.'S. lloiinct llleacliingaiiil rnrsstXG hoqms, MERRITT'S Upildino, coknbr of col lege street and Collin's Lane, entrance on the North side. All Bonnets finished by ihe subscribers, will In- done in a style not lo U- surpassed. Milliner-, supplied with the latest i)Ies of Blocks; Also : Thread jnd Braids lor ahering. D. J. HASTINGS !, Co. H BlN-. Arril 9, 1817. Cm. EMERALD MILL8 FLOUR. THE SimscninEn would respectfully in form Ills friends, and the public generally, thai ho will continue In mauufiicluie llie abote well known Brand of FLOUR, and will also be always supplied with a full mid complete assortment of Fish, Sail, Units Seeds, Mill Feed and all articles usually found ill a general Milling and Produce Establishment. He is also prepared to recelte consignments ol Grain, Pork, Beet, Butler, Cheese, Wool and indeed all kinds of country produce, and will make the most liberal ad vances in Cash. He will also recede and forward Goods,Furiiiture,itc.,ttc, to all parts of the Union. Ollicc and Warehouse, No. 117 River St. Troy, N. Y. JNO.N. WILLARD, Refer lo Messrs. J. A. J. H. Pcilv it Co., Builington. W HATCH, UUN SMITH, WOULD IN Form his customers, that he has employe anp experienced workman fiom the south, and intends to keep, constantly on hand, Guns, better and cheaper than any ever ollered in this market. BJjTShop one door soutli of the Jail.Church Street, Please call. Ilnrlington, Jiny i", " 11VST IMIOOF IIION. For Roofixo, Window Shuttbrs, &c. riMlM SIIIISCHIII UHS beg to call the intention A of nil those interested in roofing, lo their GAL VANIZED TIN PLATBS, and to the many ad tnntnges which they iiosscss over nil rnetnlic nnd other substances hitherto used for this purpose, pos sessing as they do, thcstiengh and lightness of iron without its liability to rust, having now been tested several years, ooin Thou arc. also less I , In this country, and in Kurope. subject to expansion and continc-1 thanges .of the atmosphere, than common Tin Plate, Iron, Zinc, ,tc, or any other ' 11011 irom suooll uuiingcs mine tiiuin-jii V . ...ii.. .!.. n,.....l metal now used for roofing, and consequently fori illy lorin a much belter and tighter tool, requiring far less frequent . rcpi. r.tvhilst l,eliistcost,sbnta trilTemore. doalersaiH worken minetals, to the manv othermir- pes to winch Iron thus protected, can be appf.t-d. I In Renernl terttm is opphcable to all articles id iron . uhicli it ii desirnhic to united from the action ol the atino'.pherf. And they would cppirially cnllthfot tention of thocj interested in TKMKiUAPIlIC LINEiS, to their Galvanized ire, which is now al most entirely UM-d i:i LIuropc,and which aniwers every purpose as a conductor of electricity, costing only ahout one half as lunch as copper, and po-ibcs-fciny equal durability wilh that metal. Having lately erected works in this city for the purpose of galvanizing nails, spike?, bolts, wire, &c, uiey wiu e aine 10 imtubii any ariicicfl which may oe deMred. A supply of I'latcs (inanulactured in Uuropc.) coiiitantlv on hand, from IG to 32 wire miner. Nos. 1 1 and IG Heaver st. New York. The Patent Richt for t!ii article has been voired for the United States as well ns Great IJrit a in, and t.., i u i i . .. :n 1 taken toprctent any infringincnt hy iuii.ortatioii i f ,' '.lu Ly,r''rT, od tV"i.'Kr"a"VI,c 1,nrc,,mak-orotlierwis.-. ing th.-.r purchases. ttTBcferlo -Vcssrs. Follctt Sc. Oct. 30 IS 10. Hyl J.V.RANDALL, HAVING JUST ARRIVED FROM NEW York, with a lnrire nnd fashionable assortment of Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Aiticles, which lie uf-1 Ilia iu, sun- m ,iijr ,u jnici"-,,,, nts nvw jeweler's nnp( In Strongs' Buildilig, College street, directly opposite Cole i"t Robinson's Store. The citizens of Burlingion and vicinity are respectful ly intited to call and examine his goods for theiuseltcs. His assortment consists, ni part, as follows : W llti-lies- Gold, English Patent Letcrs, Anchors, Cylinders, and Lepines; Sdter, English Levers, Anchors, Cylinders Lepincs aim tvOininon. (iiild Pencils ,V Pens. Gold Lockets, Guanl Cliains, Keys and Seals, Specta cles, Thimbles, Beads, Ear Ornaments, Ktiauielled and Willi Mone settings, i.old liraceiets, clasps,' Hearts, Crosses, Fob ana Vest Chaines, and a great variety of jiicgniit ringer Kings, Tins and Brooches, of the latest styles, for Indies and Gentlemen. Silter Spectacles Thimbles, Pencils, Gold ami Silver Tooth-pick., Sliver Butter Kuivts, witli sViiter, Pearl or ltory Handles, isuter spoons, Warranted as uood as the Coin. Pearl and Shell Card Cases, Steel Bags and Purse Clasps, Steel Beads, rurse Kings, w'ltn oars anu tassels. Miver I'latcd and German Silver .Spoons, German iS'ilter 6.pectacles,and Meet Tweezers, Cheap Steel 6'pectacles, Key Bings, and a large assortment of i;iitier)'f Rogers' Kazors, Knifes and .Scissors, Wade and Butch er s Ka7ors, warranted, Lliapman s Kazor oiroiis, Sliaving Soap, Bear s Oil, and I'crliimcry, Various patterns of Shell, Horn and Ivory Combs. Coral Beads and Necklaces, Cloth, Hat, Hair, and TiJotll Ilriishcs. Music Boxes, Violins, Bass Viol and Violin Strings of the U-st (pi.ilny, Clariouctte Becds, etc. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Music-Boxes and Jewelry, Cleaned and Repaired at tin shortest Notice. iiui ooid anu .silver taken in exenange lor gooiis or work November 11th lSlfi. SOU riiUNING FORKS, Violin and Bass Viol Strings of L tile best quality, just received bv Express., nt a j. v. j:axali;s. To Eeii.i!. Slochton i- Cn's Depot forlhr?n!crf Mineral Teeth, litirlingtnn, Yernvnt. Conslnntly receiving' supplies of Bicuspid Gum, Molar, Pivot alid Plate Teetli, Also Forccs, Files, Gold ami Tm Foils, Exeat a tors, Scalers, Burn, Diills Moulds, Mirrors, Brushes, Calc'd Plasirr, stc nt March b lAil. ly THEODORE A. PECK. j. v."randalu HAS just received from New-York a new assort-' meiit of WATCHES, JEWELRY and Fancy Articles, Gold Pius of tbe latest fashion, Gold Studs, Gold Chains, Gold Pencils and Pens, Silver D.irs, Silter Birds, Gold and Silver Tooth Picks, Sb, II Side Combs, Shell Baik Combs with high tops, Steel Beads iBags, Clasps, Sieel Purse Bings Tassels, of the lar gest si7e, Bend and Silk Purser, ltory Combs, Guitar Sttiugs ot ihe best quality, Rogers'' Pocket Knites and Scissnrs ; ami he will kcepcoiistaiuly on hand a good assoiment of goods that tome lairly in a Jeweler's line of btisinefs. Sluing' Vuililinj, Cullrse St., ) Builington, .March, l17. i 3(", JOHN S, WARE, Stouigc nnd I'oruiiriling Alcrcliunt, NORTH WHARF, nuiiLi a tox, vt. RIlERE.Mi:. VILAS it NOYES, ..,.. J.it J.H PECK it CO. t Ihiihugton, The Noilli liml olIeret-iy facility for ihe safe keeping and prompt delivery of freights, and till busi ncss addiessed to llie care of J. S. Vt ARE shall re ccite pioiupl attention. The Steam Propeller, James II. Hooker, llie Stea mers Burlingion, Whitehall, Francis Salius. .Montreal, and the Ferry Boat Wiuooski und the diflerent lines of long bonis and tessels earring freight on Lake Chainplaiii touih at tins Vt ban. I'.'.Cin TO KENT. THE nitGi: FRONT ROOM o. tub skc ond tloorof the Free Press building, Possession giten immcdiaiely. Apply at this olfice. CA SH PA ID FOR Pt UTTElt. I D. RIXRY & CO. WILL PAV CASH FOR 1. a lew Ions ol nice llutter, delivered soon. May 10, 1817 tine 10 ls)l? ... IKON ANI XAII.S, A ( Tons English Tire Iron. -xi HIT 'ons Old Sabie Btissia Iron. li Ions Swedes 15 " Horse Shoe " 20 " Bound and Square ' 15 ' llauie and Scroll 10 " Band " 5 " Hoop " 12 " P. S, I and Norway Nail Rod.. Nnjlors .t Co.'s Cast Steel. Peirsou's Spring do German do Swedes do English Blister do '.'iHK.1 Kegs Keeseville Nail, nnd Brads. 330 Doz. Rasps and Filet. By 47 j. it j. u. ri:cK h co. Oil. OAAA (RalloiiN winter and SdJJJ spring bleached Sperm, lout) " Whale, SB. Bbls. " " , Lara 10 " American Linseed, by J. H J: II- 1'ECKk Co. lila. BoxeN Burlington Extra, Burlingion, Vermont, Essex, and Lake, " Bedford Crown, J. t(J. 11. 1'ECKiiCo 2000 50 (lt Doz. Fairbanks' Hoes. l)U 10 doz. do and Van Omain's Hay Forks. 40 " Scyihe Snathes. 7J " Ueddington's Scythes. 50 Farewell's " 50 " Bloo,l's By . tx . . rr.CK li CO. rtliT RAAltrc U'i?crtsnw ii ,VJ For sale by " J, BRADLEY. CO Butluigton, JVay .J, Is South Wharf v,.' i Y., where ihey irKltn the sttention o SJ Tii Mercl;""- All ho with to realiie the great, I Here,,, e belween Credit nnd Cash K,Ce. u,S do well lo look at our good- nt Cah iW v vi,. ""'DFOitDJjlJURDSALL New York, March i.7- 1817, q Uml T Ninv MEAT MAnKKT. HL SUBSCRinEIt WOULD INFORM HR friends and the people of Burlingion erM, bat he has opened a new MEAT MARK ET, under theWestwinaoftlie 'American Hotel," where ha will always tie on hand to wait on his customers -He design, t keep the best the counry nllurdj and would iuvitcnll to give him a coll. ".anit Burlington May 7, 18 17. Amah Drew The Peck & spenr KB EfiTAB,I,IfiII.li:,T, DunuxGwx, n. Tlir.subscriherlsconstnnllysupplied with, nnd of. fers nt wlinlesale and retail, American, English. I reiichand India s ' rT)tTr, . New Chemicals; Leeches; Surgical Instrument,, Mineral Teeth and Dental nrticlesrSaline nr S. Waters : l).i,rerrnoiv,.,. . (':.n T.. !,. .'. '".a Thomson a fMed iK.' V Jtx8! aja Fountains and Syruns: Brushes. Perfumes Snn,-' jka, Hlackmgs.Faiioy and' Domesnc nrliclelS'lJuI.v Ware; De.Stuf, Cnmphene II d, Fed 1W Fron, ,1C ndvuniasc of receivinc Mineral unt.r. Camphciip, Leech. , &c.4.criodically,purchaScrrc rcy upnIl tvtimvy 7,1 "-uuscrs individuals wMiine 'lrue!. lerhrn. . nt. wajslind a person in attendance to apply them. 28tf icuit-tuca uispvnseu ni an unuis 01 myiit, tf 'I'lU'rihwi L'a nt'nif llll.VWI.Li i I Ifti TO COUNTRY TRADERS. T I Hp subscribers, at their store comer of Tulton and Kichinuiui street, iiuston, keep coiiMamly on hand, nnd oll'er for sale, on the most favorable terms, u large nnd well sel'-ctcd assortment ot W. INDIA GOODS A OKOCKKIi:, Also, UPl'L'R AXD SOLE LEATHER, from tlic liest Tanneries in New England and Nevr York, 'l'hey also receive, and sell on commission. , smihit ,i,.,iu, i nun-is visiiuie me CIV are re. Dr-idley. DEXTEB, HABIUNGTON& CO. Boston, July 'M, 18IG. WJIOLKSAI.K Hardware EslaltliKlimcnt. WARRENS, HART & LESLIE, THOY, .V. Y. FOR THE SPRING TRADE, o Coiintrr Dealers. THE UNDERSKD HAVE TAKEN the two. spacious Stores, .tos. 211 and 213. nn tbo tV., ...lnl 111,-, U,..,.t 'P.. X , the Mansion House and Troy House, a few doors umit, iiuj, Kin iorR,oiitTcen aliove their lormer place of business. They have now on iiiiou u i.irge siock, nnu are constantly receiting, eterj' descriiilion,of Hardware, which will be offered to the trade at the low est matket nrices. . r.lM...... r,t ; l-. i,t:. Itnrd ,. i , 1 i mi i-i'i;. inister iDesii Lncllsll. German. fall kinds. Ware. iGerman, S'Lei-j Cast, (every shapi) iiusniii, itmer, oi spring. Swedish, (Cut, Norwegian, Nails j Wrought, American. ( Horse. Iron. Together with all shapes nfNntt. Scroll. and Si.iVe Iron (best quality), Bound and Square Iron, (all sizes) Horse-nail rods, (all descriptions) ; Con. Chain (pruv ed), English and American Vicis. Burden's Boat it Ship Snikes, and Horse Shoes (at Factory prices); Wrought and maleable Iron-Ware of all descriptions; sl,oni I Bussian, ( 1. C. Iron (all sizc) i 1 F."2lish,Tin I.X. Wire Bras, " lro,, ( Ainer. ( Ktms. f Steel " Tinmen's Goods. W. II.it L.,are agents for ilm sale of Tinmen's tools: Sheet Brass, Pig, Bar, and Sheet Lead, and Lead pipe. Pumps, of Ihe most approved patterns Shotcls, Pcjlhes, Forks nnd Aj.cs Irom llie beslmannfaiiorers; Hoe it Co.'s and other Mill, Gans, Circnlar and K cut saws; Coach, Saddler's and Harness trimmings: Files of various manufacture and ol tni qnaliiy.itc, itc.,itc, Comprising a very large anil general as sortment of Funcy and Heavy llardwaie suited to the Trade. WARRENS, HART it LESLEY, tsign of llie Antil and Sledge, Mint 211 and 313 Biter St, Troy, X. Y BOLTING CLOTHS Rl'lUl MILL STONES, n. f.wiiiti:, No C Mmton Hlnek, Milk street, BosTnt, f 10NTINUES TO LMP0RT AND KEEPS J constantly for Jte, nn ett.-nsive assortment ot lloUins Cloths of the most approved Patterns. From longctpcricnn inthe iManiil.iclnre and sale of ibis article, the Ad vertiser is enabled to lurnish lllers wiih inure e;!. j and durable Cloths than can be found clswhcrc and al t cry low- prices. Also. French Unrr Mill Stones of all sizes, manu factured at the Massachusetts State Prison Sept. 1 If pi Premium. Plow. fiVPHE SUESCRIIIKR MINX- facturcs and keens constantly for sjle nt his resnhm e it, Jerteln. Plows ofdifl'erent sizcs. whichhc oilers to Faimersof Chittenoen and other Counties. They ore llie same patent thai took the premium at the Agricultural Fair of Chittenden Co. in ltIG,and the wood wotk is war ranted to be the best of Massachusetts Oak Those in want ol a good article will do well to examine tins MILTON FORD. Jericho, April 1317. -tOmS PEIRCE & KELLOGCJ, IMPORTERS OF CHINA, GLASS, EARTHEN WARE, Looking GIiism-s, Ten Trnjs, Giiiindolcs, Lamps, distills, Ac. 'MbUIVllU STREET, xi.rr.Ep n. rr.ir.rE, i.ro. w killcog. j 35yl TROY, N Y. PEARL STREET HOUSE, Ilm Un. ton Vt. 1!Y VILAS it. MIVE. ' Circumstances having rendered the centre! of li e above pieiuisesiucessary, tve would gite nclice lo llie public that the Pearl Si. House is now open for the accommodation oftravellers and others who may call. , Being located iu one of the pleasant! st parts of our village, and commanding as it does a line view ol Lake Chainplaiii and the scenery about Builington. and also being near ihe Unitersiiyof Veimont, we think it can scarcely fail to please ihe sesrehf r for pleasure and recreation, while i ihe same lime it af lords those upon business a comfortable home. Mr 11. N. Cole and Mr. II. ( Mason, lale ef Ilighgate Springs, will manage llie House for as, nd to lhc.se who ore acquaint! d wnh them ns Caterers, H would pc unnecessary lo say a siunie worn in ccm mcndalion. Suffice lo say that erfry thing w ill ho done to nuke II agreeable and pleasant to ull who may wish lo make il a stopping place. Delict ing mat llie sale oi miuxicaiing oimii as a heterage tube injurious lo them who use or do not use ,!,.., nn. I detrimental lo llie well heme ot society as also ill hostility lo the law ol ihe Slate, and the strongly expressed wishes ol a majority of ihe Free men ihereol, we shall neither keep it publicly no, clandestinely lobe sold oreiren away. A suitable carnage will be provided to take passei gerstoand from the Steam Bouts. All MQges win can ai nus jiouse. Wm. R. Vim, March. 181,. Morillo Novi Machine .llaitufactorv. nillE Subscriber is manufacturing, and is prepared X to build to order, all kinds of m ooieii .iincniiicry, Such as CardingMnchines, Gigs, Condensers, I Sizers, Pickers, Leathers, Jacks, Brushing Machine. Napjvers, I Regulators, A;c. All woik eiitruited to bun, will be executed with neatness and despatch. His .Machine Shop i. siiua. ted in Montpelier.threc miles from the village, on the 1 ... l-,.,.. ,...! C All..... to s-"" II'IIUIU 1,,'IMFIll 111IU jl'BIIS. The sulisciiher is confident ihal he can build as rood a Card or Jack, as can be procured in New England. 'I'l.I, nil.,. il... Kio M B..1. 1. ...... , i ...s .u.iiini.11 i.,i,,uiii-r ii io run as well as any in use. MEUAU W1UG1IT. Jr Monlpefi'r.lV-c. 12, 181C. 25,r MERCHANT TAILORS' Si. Gentlemen's Furnishing Store.' f G. RAT1IHUN & CO., have re- 1"J ceived their spring stock of Cloths, Cassimercs Vesting and Trimmings, and nre prepared lo furnish! and make garments in ihe latest si) le. A large assortment cf Cravnts, Hdkts., Shirts, Gloves, bus'iendcrs, Silk and Woolen Under Shins, Collars, S'houldctbiaces, ill short all artidesol Gen tlenuns" dress may be lound at No. 3 Peck's Block, Also Tailors' Crayons, Measures ite. M. (!. RATHBUN. C. F. w nn Butlington .May Vi, 117.