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THE subscribers having formed a co
partnership in business in the name
and at il u ul
IATHROP & FOTWXN,
nil having purchased the entire Mnclt of
goods of II. W. I'otwis fit Co., will con
tinne the mercantile busiiit'sfl at llm old
stand recently occupied liy them in all its
Having mudc arrangements to receive
supplies of goods nt all times of the season
carefully 6clcctcctcd by one of the firm,
they intend that their Flore shall at all
tinieB be flocked with the choicest selec
tion of rich, fashionnble.iinry and ttaplc
Duv Goods the market affords.
They have a full and complete assortment
of family Grocprin. such a Imperial, Old
and Ynung IInn, Hvon Skin. Pom-hong.
Souchong and Bohen Tea-; hull, lump anil
brown St'Otn: Vi" '. S'i'' Giogor
Cloves. Maro, Nutmeg. Siitcr.i!u, Cur
rents. Prunes, Citron-, Box and Kog Rai
ThV hnveal'SO in connection one of ihe
firsl Drugg fit Medical f-.tabli-Omn'iits in
this part of llie country, In whtch;di'pTt
inpnl the most narticoln- atlentino will 1
ill lion's bf "iv.'ii PliMcinin mny al nil
limes bi mpplH'il "''h nv nnr' in hr
above lino on t In mo-1 'n-ni1Ii irtin.
il V I'm win
BlI'llllL'1"". Jio '5
niiE Sod c i. imv wj a ii- it ii
liiun R tU "I I' U'l'iig'iig
Into fi in ( II &. MEn- con
1 1 n 11 r tin' B'i-io-i- 10 n I o- brunch s nl
lIlP foMII.'l Si' !'. tt II- S-'llfl- Ill'',
Pttl ciiitii- "f t" r t n I Cu-Horo rs-. Mini Pin
Che pf? Generally. Pi' a-" n'l nnd xnin
jM,.. Pf.teii ll.tl.l..
Chtirrti SI Jan fi I US'!
A 4fc T .11.-. ..
I it. .Mr,
J o i I il t 1 11 tt
1v in.'.ii- I i.i rf
be purchased of our
inhoif 111 biok.
no charge lor ini-ks
IIlCKOK St C tT!.l
4 Hhd. P. It. M"ln-es.
10 Chests IJvmiii Skin TV n for sale bv
Dee. 2 1 ' II A 1. 1. fit STK.in.Am. '
ZJ CREWS. HUTTS- LOCKS Ui-r
HhihIIl's. iii irrenl variety and lari.
kiT5ntilies. fur sale low, wholi-al-' and
WOOD iV ABIJOTT.
Save Your Stcingle. Tow.
quantity wan'ril iinmed a'cly,
bv Abbott Wihui & Co.
THE rooms over our Storu formerly oc
cupied by J. Maeck Fsq.
nec25. LYMAN & COLE.
LYMAN &- COLE
HI1AVB this dav received a lew balet.
BUFFALO ROBES, of a superior
jualily. Buckskin Millei's nnd Moccasins.
Wadding, Morrocco hoes, Kid tand.ils.
Burlington Jan. '30.
SMITH AND IIAUIllNr.T(.'.S
or ciiris m as and new yeah gifts.
riHE Diiittinrj Konm Srrnp Hook, (iiurlo,)
A flfg.inlly iKtiind, 36 ilnir., whh poflir.il il
unrnlioni liy E. niiKin Sic. " rt'e rrft-r our
rrndrr lo die I). It. S. II. fir llie iilil nc.il iha
Yimi- ran r-ue." New Monthly Mag. Tins
Clu mti.in Ktfpiik(!, rdiied hv iIih lli-v V. Elli',
ih rnlogfd, 17 pl.ueit, 'liniiiid in .Moiuci-ii.
KiiniiMiip'a OlTeiinf;, 12 pl.uc.-f, lir.niufullt bum tl
in Murocro. Ac ke in m's I'M-gPl me nol, Londoii,
The l!n?iun riiken and All.innc Suuipnii, 13 en
giavingp, eililPil by S. G. Onndiicli. The Ainrii-i-.m
Jmenile Keeps.ike, edited liy Mi. Ilujl.ind, 9
ilium minim. The Iti'l'i'ioiii' Soiuenir, whh por
irnii uf Dr. Bid- II. TIib Mugiiolhi, n new minu.il
13 Hipeih i-tctl eiigr.mns. ctcs.inllv lionnnd
i Vmk. The Gill, t'hil.idclnhi.i. eililed li
Mi Lrinlre, uiih iPn.-irniiims lip.uiiifully Imii.iN
The L-.iiijii.ijc of rioni'rs.coliiu-d pl.ue. I'lurili
Dittion.tiu edilcd h it l..idv
le l'oill "n -
inetiolinin cnji iiviu-".. The Lilly 6 colored illuk
linliont. UilJlPS in cleg-mi oinuinss. i nc uuuu
if Common Pr.ier, -wv il ft llie new Ps.ihns niie
litmus, in lirh hin lings nnil t.irinus sites. 'I'll
Woiks of ll.inn.ih Muie. The Geocr.iphicnl An,
niial, a r.ihinerAil.is. The Vnunsr l.udj's Honk.
7S0 pnjiinin"'. 'I lie Young l.-.id)' )n Bonk.
The Young Lnilj's Sund.iy llonk. The Ynunjf,
Man's S'uiid.iv It'Hik. fjiipoih AIIhiiih whh pngru.
tines, I'uii l-'cilitiV ArAhi'rCiie tiiih lurk. G.ilte.
ry uf Puinails, upwaids ol 2C0 1'uitiuils. Tlie
Nniionnl G.illei v of I'irunre, liy the giem ni.iners ;
kIhiiii fil'iy numi)en;e.iih roin.iinini; two splendid
njrntinjs hy eminent nilinis : llie G.illtry of mod
tin Brilith arlits, 17 nuniheis. I.uidjriipe illus.
traiioni oflhe hihle, coniisling of tief of llie most
lenuikHhle plarea intnlioned in llie Old and New
.. . " , . t ' i' n.i. I, I
1 eilamenls, in 17 nniniiera. inufiriiiions oi ine
Bilile, in 12 nuniler, horn oiigin.il painiings
made expreffly liv lliihaid Westall, E-r R. A.
and John Manin.'E-q. llie painler of Ki-Mv.tjt. n 's
Feuii. Tha tvniks of lltion, Pop Sh ik-pnaie,
Kok Whilr, ColeiidjP, J"liii-"il Coupe,-, I luiiiip.
mn, Kiillin, I-IpuiiiiIi, ItiuiH, .1iho". Mi He.
null's I'im'Uii. Mriiionsi f H.iunih Moie. I'm
eil Skfiihes, tiy Jlfi.s l.ehe. link's utnks, 4
ols iinifuim. 1'nptil.n Jim-inle-, nh i lilted i il
grmrlnjs u aie.il tnrieiy. UiiIiiiimmi Cmsna An.
niul, illiiMinied HilhSOiliitarieiiflic cuts, nnd
biogt-uihir.il .o nuini of Defrt.
Colltf Die. 22. 1S35.
mALES of iho
PEERAGE nnd the
PEASANTRY Edncd by Lady
Dcr'. 2 voltim'-. For -nl.. hy
pt 25 Smith & II tr.nt i
HUE I'm- h t i"
iiaiim ol 'li E Hi ni(!f I'oic-
li coiiniri' lor y nr-i' ol omul
viilnublf la'ol. Iih- oi il n la
two noiv H oi-,' iuii "noil Inrii-.. n row
Iioii, a 'mm ii'iii-H, nnil niht-r out lutiii-t.
both necessary and convi-ni'Mii. Tin- pl'ic
is well calculated for a Invi-ro -mod
led nn the imiiu road from Burlingi
. n i .
Williston and about two iinh-s tr, m iln
College. The locality and situation "I
the place, render it a desirable stand for
any one who may wish to purchase. The
terms shall be made known by callins on
the subscriber, WILLIAM WHITE.
Burlington, Jan. 8ih. '36.
1001 Plain and doublo milled Blankets for
ttln by IIALt.ScSTEARA'S.
Pew. pleasantly Situated in iho Kpiscopal
l Church, Knq. of II. W. Poiwin U Co.
10,000 Whlto Oak Staves.
5000 A6h ,l0'
Apply to, Hickok & Cri.t.
3000 lb Clover Seed fur sale liy
J II II. 7. HtPKOK & Catmm.
J or 3 Single Sleighs, by
Morse & Low
Painters of Sleighs. fiic. V. St.
WE wish you; if you owe us, to call fit
will immediately. We want Mo
ney and must have it.
pAMIDOItM & BntMMAID.
4 TKINSON S DKPILITORY for ro
V moving limr trout tin! lace, neck nnd
arms of 1. allies, without injury to the skin
Atkinson's Curling Fluid, winch will keep
lhu hair in curl whilst daircmg or in damp
weather. Imperial Dye for changing hair
In brown or black. Oils and oilier prepc-ration-".
In miik the hair grow on bald
In nil-: lo produce eye brows anil whiskers.
Milk nl Roues fur removing frerkles and
mo. ami i" t r i vent ilic fare from being
iin.gli. For rile at I ho Variety S n. by
P ano" n n Si Bhis-maid
Tank Stock For Sale.
rriWENTY SHARKS of ih-Capital
JL Slock of ihf li ink of Burlington, be
innging iii ihf i'MbIc of ihf liiie Na'I.Bniel
Newel will b.i i old nl public aucllun, at
II .wiiril'- II I. on Monihiv lh" 4th day ol
Jnouaiv in M. a' 2 "'eh ek P. M.
" KZI! MBECII. Administrator,
S -Iliniii-. I) c. 10 li tl!35
II x- - (! ;.-- 3 qunhliea to wit:
Ift I. .ike Dunmoro
Various lze, manufactured at Salisbury
Vt. jiiht received hv
T'F. & W.L. STRONG,
nurlliifiton Dec IGHi IH35.
TOBACCO 4- SNUFF.
LtMllLLARD'S Mucaboy and Scotch
Snuff, do Chewing and Smoking To
baccu at Factory Pries.
T. F. &. V. L. STRONG.
Iron, Nails, Steel.
ftjfh TONS, manufaeturcd Iron con
vtisling of a complete assortment of
Round and Square, uanu and Hoop,
Shoe Shapes, &c.
20 Tons Foreign Iron, such as English
lire, all sizes, Swecdcs, Russia, Old
and New Sable, Russia nail Rods,
15 r quins Rods.
500 Sells waggon, cart, carriage Si coach
Boxes. Ilullow ware, of every do-
10,000 Pounds German. Spring Swccds.
Cast and Engln-h blistered Steel,
50 Tom Cut Nail-i assorted from 3 to 60.
Pota-h and Cauldron Ketteles,
Cast Iron Ploughs,
Brass Kettles &c. etc. which make a
complete abjorlment of Ironmongery
a nd which will be sold on as favorable
terms as can bo obtained at any estab
lishment in the Siale.
16. 1835. T. F. tiV. L. STRONG.
rTALL k. STIIABNS, have just returned
X"J from New York with a Fresh supply of
Winter Goods, which they will sell low fur
cash, as they were recently purchased at re
duced prices". Wo invite purchasers lo call
and examine our extensive assortment of
Fashionable, Dry Coods; consisting in pari
of French Marcuos, plain and figured Cir-
casnans, uomoazeiis, a large assorimeni oi
Dark Prints; plain fiiurrd, and plain Silks of
all colors and qualities, plain and figured Sal.
!, - ,,.. Prnnpli Ititinhaziiin. hoplc rtnaver. &. red
Gi,.vc t ajiC(, imcli Gloves, mareno and col-
ton Hosiery, black and red Mareno Shawls,
chally and imitation Shawls and Handkcr
chiefs, lu dot a Satin, Lutestring and Gauge
Ribbons, silk Velvets, bonihazine and satin
Stocks. An assoitmcnt of Cloths Cassimers
and Vcstiugs, 6, 1)8, 1-4 linen Diapers 4 1.4
Irnh Linens, coloured lanihrics. I, ace and
Kugins Ladies down sleeves, cotton Wadding,
Church si. Dec. 21. 1835.
Lint Seed Oil,
For sale by
T. F Si W. L, STRONG.
Dec. 10. in35.
GO Chr-t-. Ilv-iin. Ilti-on Skin, Young
Hjmm nod Souchong Tfos
Suo-ir.j, Spies, T bjeen, Rce,
Molu-ees. L nuois, Willi's, Herrings
Rwi.-iiis. Stnrch. Iml go, Sal-teratus
limger, dried. Currants, Almonds,
Fiib'-rts. Biazill nulf. elc. etc,
For solo cheap, hv
T. F. Se JF. L. STOA'G
Doc. IC, 1B35.
nnilE Levees and debtors of the town H
I Iti,, ,i.,n will lib not co Hat their "' permanent rel et, until n ey uau maue
. . i ..i..
ol Jaoii.iry io-xt. I'oocloal payinnnl is expec
ted without linlher nol lie,
NAT! I N . IIASWELL.
Burlmetori. Dee. 17. IR35. Treasurer.
.4 LAD of about IHyears of age, who has
il. been I
in a stole (.ulficicutly lo he already
. " . V. "...
wt-ll n' qnsiolfd with bimui'i-K may hi.u a silu-
'V' L '. V : ' .
g his mercantile .-donation, hy apj, ying 10
S. E. HOWARD.
Burlington. Dtc. 17, 1835.
Lvman &, Cole
avo now n few doz, ol extra sea Ul.
ter, Seal nnd imitation Fur Caps : fit
also mens hair beal Uapa, large fizl-s.
Asniall qoanlliy or spruce Shing.es.
Burlington Di e 25. 11135
A N elegant assorlment of Diamond, Jot.
XX. rearl, Panax, Emernld.
C'lrnnlian. Gold and olhrr
w.. ii.jii.hi, uuiu uno iiiiirr iii c i- i i ,
HtnFfSEZ.'sf mjvtJS iusl ,cccWed
ol Iho Variety hltop.
Pitnvottn & BaixsMitn.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing
between the subscribers under the firm
of II. SV. Potwin & Co. is this day dis
solved by mutual Agreement.
II. W. POTWIN.
Jan. 7. '36. J. S. POTWIN.
N. B. All notes and accounts due the
late firm will be adjusted nt the old stand
where the subscribers have commenced bn
bincts under the firm of LATfinor&PoTWijr.
II. W. POTWIN.
JUST received, bv stage, some Watches,
and very extra plated Spoons j also, silk
Bont Lacings, and steel shoo Ornaments,
All who wish for a good article of plated
Spoons, can bo accommodated al iho Variety
Shop, by I'ancborn St Bbinsmaid.
THE s bsciibcr having closed his mercan
tile business, requests all persons in
debted to him on bool- to soltlo by the first
of January, and all whoso notes are now duo
lo pay them immediately. Those who neglect
Hi i cull will nnd their nolcs and accounts witn
an attorney for collection.
Dec. 15. 1835. L. LOOMIS.
ONE Case new patterned fur lined Shoes
1 ' Rob Rnv Shawls. Just re
ceived by II.
Dec. II. 11135
W. POTWIN CO.
LAMP Oil ol a good quality for salo at
Dec 10. 1035.
Worsted blond Lace.
ALargt; quantity just rrreivpd at
Dec. 10. 1835.
ons of white western Plaster.
ground and in bulk.
30 Pons ol Novafcntia do in Bulk,
For sale cheap lor cash, by
FOLLETT & BRADLEYS.
Dec. D. IH35.
Farmers can supply themselves by find
ing their own caks, which will bca saving
of $2 per ten.
December 11, 1835.
RECEIVED a new supply of Fancy
Goods, filch as, Embroidered Thibet,
Cai-hincre and cbally Shnwls; Splendid
Figured Bonnet'. Satlins; Brown and Ma
roon cold French Merinos; Merino Shawls;
Salisbury Flannels; India Rubber Aprtns;
Merino Trimmings; Bonnett nnd Cap Rib
buns, by LEMUEL CURTIS.
LUTHER LOOMIS has just received
and offers for sale at his store in K-sex,
a large assortment of G O O D S. Those
wishing lo purchase may save both time
and money by giving him a coll, ns the
goods will be sold uncommonly Cheap
November 4, 1835.
Champlain Transportation Co.
The stockholders of the Champlain Trans
portation Company aro hereby notified, that
ine annual meeting Tor the purposo ol choos.
ing Diicctois for iho ensuing yesr, will be
holdon al Iho Motel of John Howard in linr
linclon.on Thursday Iho 7ih January A. D.
1836, at ono o'clock I. M.
By ordor oT iho Directors,
P. DOOLITTLE, Clerk.
Burlington 211 Dec. 1835.
rTVE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII
Bv the author of Pclhani, Eucrenc
Ar"m, England and the English, etc. For
Smith Si HAnniNGTON.
CORN BROOMS, iuet left
for sale at IIOIFAltD S.
THE highest price in Uush will be paid
for Sheep's Pells, by
W. R. VILAS.
Pearl ft., Burlington, )
S"nt. 11. IR35.
im HIM IUIIL iiiiuiiiiaiiuii ;
to rERsoNS Airi.lcTEn with the vollowinu
s c i) a v i: y.
Pimpled l aces
when mere, has failed
St. Anthony's Fire,
Fev. Sorcs.oven when
(he bones are affected
Violent Eruptions af
and all disorders arisinir from an impure slate
oflhe Blood and Humors aio assured that
continue unrivalled for the Prevention, Relief
and Cuie of Uipso complaints. In proof of
which read tho following :
CP Remarkable cure of a case of 12 yean
innrfi'inr. Extract of a Idler. Sir "My leg
which before did not look hko a human limb,
is now entirely healed up, (afler resisting
uvcrv oilier application lor 12 years!) Pro
i ion" lo taking your llelle s Uolamcal Drops,
i i. ...i ......... .... .,n i,o r ,iir
, ,. ,,,,,, U..
.Inoth-r Case. An agent writes--"'! Here
in ncrsnn takinir l ie iiotamca Urons. ovi-
dculiv Willi the "realcst advantage." He de.
claics, to use his own words, "It is doing
wonders for him," and, as it woro, 'suulchlug
him from tho crave.'
Numerous instances have occurred where
persons we-e pininr away a miseranic exist-
use oi t in auovo mva uaii o Mcaicine.
so the best spring and autumnal
3 $ I. or 6 bolllcs ror five dollars,
urines' urn rnv for
I IIVJ RID Ul.
rm nn it ir,'tKtk iu ,
Ik ifci iSi ik iiA iitk W
One oflhe most thoroui'h teincdins known
(nrlhi4lpnllhlnknmprnnililn.nl. It hnB more
perfectly answered the purpose for which
is intended man any oilier now in common
"" immediate and permanent re.
'''. ul Trc-m the disorder itself, and in
,', ,, 0raf , oinJ
vertigo, htadach, loss of appetite,intiigetlion, and
oilier marlis ol debility.
ETl'nceil lor both articles uinimem k
Electury or 50 cents tthen but one only is
JUST Received at Howards 15001b.
4" Common Collon Balling.
Ec. 7lh. 1135.
-w-i.,-i rii,. .. .i n ... .. t
e a vl.i r-fcrj bc ' ,k,n Co,,8, al
lire. 36. uina.
WHIT WELL'S Truo ond -Original
OPODELDOC Teste of the only
true kind nrc :
1st See thai the certificate of the late
Dr. Mitchell, LL. 1). of the city of Now
York, ih on the inside direction paper.
2d That my name is ttamped on the
3d That tlie retail price is notices than
37 cents a bottle, all others arc but base
The above mny bo considered as infalli
ble, in bruizes, sprains, rheumatism, stings
of insects, vegetable poisons, cramp, etc.
&c. &c. In a word, in ull cmca uf external
The public have been frequently most
grossly imposed upon by spurious imitations
of this composition. They aro made by
various persons in their own names, nnd by
pedlars scattered nil over tho country,
They hove nothing but their cheapness to
recommend them, being as useless as so
much colored spirit, and so long ns they arc
purchased they will continue to be manu
factured. Il is the public therefore who
ore to blame, and not the makers and
should this stnto of things continue, the
best medicine in tho world will be in the
situation of a first roto bank, whoecnotes
arc cine and all refused in consequence ol
tho great number of its counterfeits. If
tho first article had not become celebrated,
there would have been no imitations. In
dependant of this, thero is a constant rival
ship among the host of imitators, each stri
viug to undermine tho other. Tho worst
and cheapest materials have been necessa
rily employed, until ihey have nothing but
the name left to recommend. Tho original
article un the contrary, has never varied
cither in quality or price, and is and ever
has been in every respect, quito a different
article from any of the imitations.
To Consumert, The Irue article is the
cheapest in the. end. Remember that tho'
prudence may be a desirable virtue, yet
that tho saving ofa few cents in a phial of
medicine is but n pitiful economy, and may
lead to wnrso consequences than the loss
of money, therefore .'or your own interest
and comfort, purchase not a binglc bottle in
future, which has nut the tests above de
scribed. To Country Traders. Dealers in medi
cino will find more profit on the alcs than
on nny of the imitations, besides having the
satisfaction of selling to their customers the
Sold by all the principal druggists in the
U. S. who also keep for sole tho VOLA
TILE AROMATIC SXUFF. for many
years celebrated in cases or' catarrh, head"
ache, dizziness, dimness of eyesight, drow
siness lowncss of spirits.liypochundria, tier
vous weakness, &c. It is most fragrant
and grateful to tho smell, being composed
principally from roots nnd aromatic herbs.
It is absolutely necessary fur those who
watch with or visit the sick, being on ex
cellent prevention of contagion Recom
mended by Dr. Waterhouse, late Prof, nl
the llmory and practice of Physic in Har
vard University. Sold in Burlington by
J. J. II. PECK, St Co.
l'r'uc 50 rls. cV i!5 rh. march 7-1 v
DR. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS,
havo, Oom.lheir extraordinary enures
iii giving instant relief, and in curing colds,
coughs, asthmas, difficulty of breathing, whee
ling, tightness of the chest, pain in Hie side,
spillidg of blood, chills and shivcrings that
prcccdo fevers and lung complaints gcncially !
becomo ono of the most popular uiedicidcs
known, and are sought after from every part
of the country, on account of the astonishing
cucccss thai hasatlcdded their administration
in llie abovo complaints, frequently curing
the most obstinate cases, and giving the moil
unexpected relief, after every other remedy
had faicd, and persons had given themselves
up in despair of a cure ! They have been
known to cure persons supposed to be far
gone in consumption, and exhibiting all the
appcaranco of approacning dissolution. And
such have been the salutary effects ef ihese
Pills, even in hopeless cases, as bo far to miti
gate tho sufferings of tho dalicnt, as evidently
to prolong life for oven days and weeks, and
give to it a posuivo comiori mcy never ex
pected lo enjoy. J no operation ol Iho pills is
wonderful in casing respiration, quieting Iho
cough, and procuring comfortable resl.
Common cclds are tciqucutly removed in a
D'Although (save a person speaking of
these pills) my wilu lias tried various nicui.
cincs of the first celebrity for an asthmatic
diiuculty or auection ol tho lungs, which ut
times was exceedingly oisiressinc, conhtnnir
ner to her house for days ond weeks iogolhcr,
tho finds nothing Rives her the relief tchich
Rclfe s Asthmatic I'tlls do ! caking her :cspi
lion, puictins her cough, and niving her
comfortable rest." And tcis is the testimony
of hundreds or thousands. The relief which
aged people, as woll as others, experience from
tho ut-o ol these pills is truly astonishing, and
renders tboin invaluablo to many, and aro in
fact lo soma an essential euxiliary lo their
commit and almost to their existence ! A
:;,... :p.m. .1.. n.,.,:.i,
""- f .-i-.v.-, .... Sw
"c"'"" " --"
had reason to bclicva tho uso ofthese pills had
been iho means of saving his life. Prico
whole box. 30 pills $1 ; Halt do. r.'pUJsSU cts.
.TIMFKIES' EVE WATER,
' i,,p ,nm nr inrlfimerl eves. Nnlhinir im-cs
such iinmodiato and comfortable rcliof. On
cycs 10 cfTect is most salutary.
:t.:, i... i,. r .i.5.
"'2. and in some exceedingly bad cases, tho j
most unexpected and desirable relief has been .
found in tho use of tins Eyo Water after every
other remedy had failed, Persons who have
used it nronounce it without hesitation the
rireaaralion for these complaints they have
...nt .villi Prtf.n 1. rnnl, n ltnllln. C
ill1 ji. - mt-it, mr A ir, tt"
faXJJ T JyJW Tf AJTi.
"lOM BS, cli'gant patterns -, silver Head
1 Band- Table. Tea. Dcsarl. Cream
, ' 'n1, S'pnoTe;
Mustard, Sail, Saup and Coffee SPOONS,
plain U claw Sugar Tongs : Butter AniifJ
Pickle Firks, Iruit nnd pucket fruit Knives,
some ttiih silver and pearl handles ; silver
Nursiii2 Tubes. Coffin Plates , Letter
Seals, SnbfT Boxes, Vignetlf, Planursand
brooches j silver top bolllcs nt smelling
balls ; silver toulh picks ; and numernui
other articles in their line, lor sale at the
Varioty Shop, bv
PANGBORN Si BR1NS.M AID.
j"uo. i. Sihertmilh
For sale bv HALL V STEARNS
THE Copartnership existing under the
firm of Haix & Stkahnii, is this day
Dissolved by mutual Cuneent. Persons
having demands against the said firm are
requested lo present them for Payment.-
And nil Persons indebted lo said firm will
make payment to Peter Hall, without de
lay, wiio is fully authorized tn settle) thu
Same. J P ktku Ham..
I II. Stearns.
Burlington Dec. 30. 1035.
WE the Eubscribern, having been ap
pointed by the Honorable tho Pro
bate Court for tho District uf Chittenden,
commissioners tn receive, examine and ad
just the clarnaiu and demand of a'l persona
against the estate of Jonas Brooks, late of
Claramont, Sulivan Cuunty, Stale of New
Hampshire, deceased, represented insolvent,
and also all claims and demands exhibited
in offset thereto; and nix months from the
day of the dato hereof, being sllowed by
said Court for thai purpose, v e do there
fore hereby give notice, that wo will tt
tend to the business of our appointment, at
the dwelling of Thompson Beaches, in
Weslford, in said District, on Ilia third
Wednesday of April and on the third Wed
nesday of May next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., :
on each of said days. ,
Dated, this 20 day of November, A. D. I
- Alfred Day's Estate.
STATE OF VERMONT,
District of Chittenden s?. s
T7ie Hon. the Probate Court within and,
for the Dislritl of Chittenden, to all per
sons concerned in the estate of Alfred Day
late of Burlington in said District deceased.
Whereas the Administrator on the estate
of said deceased, proposes to render an ac
count of his administration and present his
account against said estate for examination
and allowance at a session of the Court of
Piobalc, lo bo holdcd nt E. Chittenden's
Hotel in Williston on the first Monday of
January next, and also said aclmistrator will
then and thero make application far an cxten
sion of the term, for settling said estate, ono
year from tho 19l.li day uf Dec. inst.
Therefore you aro hereby notified to appear
before said Court at tho timo and place afors
said, and show causo if any you have, why
the account aforesaid, should not bo allowed
and why said time of settlement of said es
tate should nol be extended.
Given under my hand at Willislr n this 19th
day of December lt!35.
GEO. B. MANSER, Reenter,
Cure for the TCH,
HOWEVER inveterate in ono hour's ap.
plication, and no danger of taking cold,
by using Dumfries Itch Ointment. This pre
paration, for pleasantness, safety, expedition,
case and certainty, stands unrivalled for the
euro of this troublesomo complaint. Il is so
rapid as well ascertain in its operation) as to
euro this disagiccablo disorder most effectually
in one hour's application only. It does not
contain the least particle of mercury or other
dangerous ingredient, and may be applied
with perfect safety by pregnant women or
to children al the orcast. i'nee LSiJ cents a
box, with ample dircclious.
Dlt. Rkm k's ANI-HIMOUS riLT.S.
For indigestion, loss of appetite, listless
ncss, G'oitivcncss, Flatulence, Cholic, Bilious
affections, fic. To comment on tho efficacy
of these Tills after n succetkful experience of
many years in England and America has
established their reputation, is needless : Suf-
fiico it to obscrvo that for redundancy uf bile,
flatulence, coslivcncss, headache, they
will undoubtedly 'prove far moro service
able than those drastic purges too frequently
employed, and will not only tend al the samo
lo romovo tho offending" cause by gentle
motions and strengthen llie digestive organs
but improve the appctito and renovate the
system. Price 50 cents.
CI A.uiuci.vrt Tuu'rii-Aujit; i-ills
Tho relief is immediate, without Iho least
iniury lo the teeth. Price 50 cents a box.
r, KKi.rrcs v lAi I. Ta HLf. Sl'EUIr'lt;,
M-f Tor sick headache, Ac. Price 50 cents.
Uj'Nonc ate genuine unless Biirned T
KIDDER, on the wrapper, (sole proprietor
anil succ(ssor lo ur Uonwav,) uy whom they
are lor salo, at his Counting Room, No. 09,
Court strt. lioston, and bv hisspeci.il appoint
moot, by J.& "j. H. PECK fz Co.
Jeremiah French's Estate.
STATE OF VERMONT )
District of Chittenden, ss S
The Hon Hit Probate Court tcithin and for
said Distriit. to all persons concerned in
the estate of Jeremiah French late of
It illiston in saw District deceased:
WJheten ihc Admiui'lratrix of said do
T ceased, proposes to render an account of
her Administration and present tier account
azainst said cstaln for examination, and ol.
lotvanco al a session of said Court lo be
holden nt E. Chitlcndcn'H Hotel, in Williston,
on the Third Monday of January next.
Therefore you aio hereby notified to appear
beforo said Courl at the lime and place afore
said, and show cuuso if you have any, why
Ihc account atoiesaid, should nol ue allowec.
Dated at Williston this 2d day of Decern'
OEO. H. MANSER, R'g. Probate.
Wit "UXCS pSnT
Jcrico Window Glass,
J. fit J. II. PECK Si CO.
Dec. 9. '35.
ESTERN and 7Voy I'lour t-onstanlly
on hand, by J & J II PECK t: Co
Nathaniel Knight's Estate. 1
STATE OF VERMONT,
District of Chittenden. S
7Vie Hon. the Probate Court xcithin and for
the tlisriil of Chittenden, To all persons
concerned in the alate of Nath'l Knight,
late of Hinedmrg m said district deieased
WHEREAS the Administratrix on ih
eMHie uf said deceased proposes lo
render an account of her administration
and present her account aguiusl said estate
lor examination anu allowance ui a ses
sion nf thn court ol probate In be holdon
at IJ. Chittendon'rt Hotel, on the third
Monday of December next.
Therefore you are hereby notified to ap
pear before said court al the tunc and placu
,.ri,rntuid. and shew cause.il any yon hava,
why llie arcount aforesaid shuuld nol be
ailnwud, Given under my hand al Willia-
ion, thi "3d davnl Novrmc-cr, ium
I D. FRENCH, Rrgnttr.
London intinufuctiirod Funu
CJlinr.niA squirrel tail Boas,
Black Lynx do
Grey squirrel Capes,
Black Lynx do
Brown Martin do
Kwnnsdown and fur Cufft
Russia Creamer t
Men's Fur lined Beaver Olovea,
Ladies' do do
Just received and for snlo by
Dec. 10. IIICKOKL CATUtf.
50O Canada Bags for sale by
Dec. 10, 1835.
Ttl (IrTVfTW boxes bunch Raiiinn,
ilk5 20 kg, Malaga do
10 Frails Almonds,
l do Brazil Nut,
5 do Filberts,
30 do Figs,
30 boxes Pipes,
b do' prepared Cooot
5 du Chocolat
SO do Starch
th do Soap
SO do Candles
5 do do sperm
iO do Herring
SOOO lbs. assorted Confectionary,
Genoa Citron, English Currants, h.
Dec. 9, '35. J. & J. H. PECK St. Ca.
PAINTS & OIL.
FIVE tons d ty While Lead,
2 do ground in oil.
French Yellow, Venetian R,t
Mpanish Brown, Whiting)
Ulueand Sand Pprr
10 hlids. winter strained Sperm Oil.
10 bbts. Linseed Oil,
10 " Spirits Turpenlins
Dec. 9. '35. J. Sc J. H. PECK. frOg
NAILS $ IKON.
1000 kegs Nails, assnited
150 do Brads do
20 do Wrought Nails, d
3 Ions Band Iron, from I J. to 4 !t
15 do Round do. j to 3 in.
C do tquaro do. to 2k ia.
5 do scroll do.
6 do Ilorso shoo do
3 do Peru do.
10 tons English Iron, assort!
5 do Swedes do.
3 do N. Sablo Russia do.
4 do Old do do da
5 do Russia Nail Rods
150 pairs Cutler and sleigh Show
2000 lbs. assorted cast steal,
1000 lbs. German do
3000 lbs, Swedes do
1000 lbs. English Blister do
4000 lbs. spring do
100 doz. Hoise Hasps.
Dec. 9. J. & J. H. PECK A CO.
Teas, Sugars, Rice, &c.
ES? chests Hysonskin,
ti Young Hvson, and
Si barrels St. Croix,
N. Orleans Sugars
10 do Lump and Loaf io
5 tierces Rice,
6 da gilnmllli,
SO bbds. Mulasset
150 Malts Cassia
2 bbls. Cloves.
1 case Cassia Buds,
15 kegs pure Cinger.
10 bagM Pepper,
10 do Pimento,
25 do Rio. St. Domingo and
Dec. 9. '35 J. Si J. II. PECK & Co.
ICN'BTTK BRAND 7,
Doll. Swan. Gin,
St. Croix Rum.
15 bbls. American Brandy,
15 " do Gin.
10 " Marseilles Madeira Wina,
5 " MalBga do
Sicily, Madeira, pale &. brown Sherry.
Old Port and Madeira Wines.
Dec 9, '35 J. Si J. II. PECK Si Co.
Lorillard's SnulF&, Tobacco.
XO barrels Maccubny,
- " Scutch,
SO Chewing Tobacco,
25 " Smoking do.
Dec. 9. J. & J. II. PECK Si CO.
HAS now received the whole of hit
l-'all stock of Goods, tad rc-queata
all purchasers tucall and examine a very
xtenstve slock of
PANOV tt STAFFS
The following list comprise, a fe tt tkt
leading articles ;
Black, green, invisible do. salmon, crim
son and marroou col'd French JUirinai,
printed CircrtTJo.n--plain do. itfall col
or's black, blue, urren, brown, pink, puraU
and scarlet Silk VELVETS Cro de Na .
Gro du Rhine, Poult do Smo uud Italian
SILKS, of all colors nnd qualities tlit
1 mot extensive a-surtmcnl of rich dark
' PRINTS he has ever offered, from 1 1 la
38 cts 4, 5 and 6-1 white bub'l LACES.
Quilling and Edging do. men's supanor
Beaver, ivut. Buck .v. Worsted ui.urt:a.
Ladies' Gloves of evury description
6, 7, 8. Sl 10-4 white, red and black Mei iito
SHAWLS rich rmbr. Chally, Thibet,
heavy Herii.ini, Gru du Nap, Si silk rauelio
Dress HDICFS.XTai usual, tho most
extensive stock of bonnet, cap. lustring,
sattin, gnuz" and tafTeta R1BBONS
datnask, brn. Iit.en cotton and woralei!
TABLE COVERS hlk, blur-, my. Crreti
steel mixt, olive, ad'aide and claret BRO.
CLOTHSsup. Buckskin, imr erial cjirds,
plain and London mixt C'iijsimfrtJdoiiicp.
lie Cottons, Blenched fit brown do.--whitt,
green and ecarlet FLANNELS ; Batting
and Wadding i gontshair, imitation,
eomuini CAMLETS ; superfine and com
Bion Irish Linens ; linen cumb. and ik
Hdkfs, j worsted, merino, & cotton Hose ;
Russia Diapers and Towellings ; glaij
Cambrics and Moolins, of all colon.
Burlinglo'i, Oit. 13, 18:15.
rrChurr'h tt. oppn. Pangbnrn A'Brinsmtfa