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Im'i.uknci: or Woman. Cnptnin Mar
ryatt, in hid new anil popjlar stories of the
Sea, says "Mill is but n rough pebble,
without lliu attrition received from contact
with the other sex ; it is wonderful
how the ladies pumice a man down into n
smoothness, occasions him to roll over and
over with the rest ol his species jostling,
but not wounding his neighbors, as the
wave (if circumstance bring him into tul.
lision with them."
A writer in the National Intelligencer
relates the following anecdote : When the
body of Commodore Decatur was placed in
the vault of Mr. Harlow, (now Col. Bom
ford's,) at Kaloruma and when the multi
tude which accompanied the funeral had
dispersed, he observed n solitary individual,
in a sailor dress, lingering "ear the place,
lie walked up to hnn, anil asked hliu
what he wanted, the sailor replied " that
lie only wished to look a while at the place
where they had laid I lio main mist ol the
Navy," and walked off. Who could have
spoke a bettor eulogy: it was the eloquence
of nature and uf eanh.
Jlachine for ymking Barrels. The
Washington N. C. Whig gives the follow
ing description of a machine in operation at
that place, for miking and finishing staves,
invented by Mr Cornell :
The block from which the staves are
sawed having been previously cut to the
length desired for the staves, is placed upon
the carriage, which is the work of a mo
ment only : it is then put in motion, and by
means of a concave and convex circular
saw, the staves are sawed out, of the re
quired thickness, at the rate of from four to
ten per minute, (depending upon the timber.)
the midline running the carriage back and
i-cttmg the block at cich tune without any
'-assistance, until the whnl is sawed up,
They are, in the mean lime, removed lo
nnol her machine adjoining it, running at
the same time, and jointed by another cir
cular saw, and dressed by revolving cut
tcrs j and when finished are. without ex
ception, the most beautiful and correctly
jointed and dressed staves we ever behold.
A barrel made of pine staves was exhibited
full of spirits turpentine, on Thursday lait,
which had been filled about a week, and re
inaiiied perfectly tight. Wo were present
when the same barrel had been filled with
water before, and it was then perfectly
tight also. There does not remain a djubt
but that it makes staves from anv kind of
wood, far superior to those dressed in the
usual wy. Barrels undo of them need no
aggmg, nun the staves mint make a tight
oiui uoin inside ami nut, lor there h no
room for variation if the proper number of
Moves tn put in truss hoop-'. The bile
orsi.onl the barrel miv be varied at pleas
ure, as well as the thickness or lein'ih of
We are told, and the appearance of the
slave certainly wa ranis the abortion thai
htaves manufactured by thesu machines
command twice the price of stave got out
in the usual way.
in form ii vigorous .until. liit every
youth early settle in his mind that if he
would over be any thing, he has got to
make himself; or in other wor Js, to rise by
personal application. Lot him always try
his own strength, and try it effectually, be
fore ho is allowed to call upon others'; send
him back agiin and again to the resources
of his own mind, nnd make him feel that
there is nothing too hard for industry and
perscrernnco to accomplish. In linearly
and timid flights, let him know that stron
ger pinions are near nod ready to sustain
him, but only in case of absolute necessity.
When in the rugged paths of science; if
difficulties impede his progress which ho
cannot surmount, let him bo helped over
iheni, but never let him think of being led
when ho has power l-i walk without help;
nor of carrying his ore lo another's when
he can melt it in his own.
A Terrible Rtnconlrc and Death. A col
ored man living m Liberty Valley, Perry
Co., met with an untimely b.rd fearful death
one day lat week. Our informant slates
he had been employed during the dav by
nine of his neighbors butchering, and was
returning home in the evening, as it is pre
turned, with u portion of the day's spoils
given him by ins employers, which atlroC'
led a gang of wolves that infested his path
They attacked the poor fellow and literally
lore him into piecemeals. His remains were
found the next day, surrounded by some ot
the evidences of the desperation with which
he ended his lite. 1 he only weapon lode
fend himself with was an ordinary knife he
had been using nt Ins wni It. and 'there lay
nrouno ins mutilated Doily live ot llinso lU'
rocious animals, gaihod in every imugina
blu manner. It is suposed thcru must have
been a dozen or more in tho gang, from the
sight which the scene of this unhappy oc
currcuco presented. Juniclu Journal.
The Insect Plant. A Thing without i
name, partaking both of properties of veg
ctable and an insect, has been lately dis
covered at Plymouth, North Carolina.
When its entomological (or animal, insect)
nature ceases, its vegetable nature, cum
mences. And when its vegelublo character
as an animal or insect, is developed, and it
no longer appears as a vegetable. In other
words, it is alternately an insect and a
plant. It is shaped like a wasp, when it as
BUines the insect or animal character, and
b about one inch in leugllo When the in
sect has attained its growlh, it disappears
under tho surface of the ground, ami ihei,
Soon after, the two hind legs begins to
sprout or vpgetato. Tho khoots extend
upwards, and the plant roaches the height
uf six inches in iibhorl time. It uas branches
and leaves like the trefoil. At the uxtrem
dies of thu branches there is a bud which
tinitlior Innviifi nnr IlitWf.ru. lint nil
inect ; which, as it grows, falls to tho
ground, or remains on its parent plant,
feeding on the leaves till tho plant is ex
hausted, when the insect returns to the
taith and the plant shoots forth again.
rsn II U subscribers having formed
JL partnership m business in the
name mill stile ol .
EAT2E510I? fit ZPOTWIET.
and having purchased tho entire slock ul
goods of II. W. Potwin & Co., will con
I 111(1(1 I tin merpnntllu business nt tho old
stand recently occupied by them in all its
Having mado arrangements to receive
supplies of goods at all times of the season
ciirclully selectecieu uy ouu m i.iu mo .
they intend t lint their store sunn m uu
times be Mocked with tliu cnuicesi bul
lions uf rich, fasliiniiable,miij and staple
Ditv Goons tho market nflords.
They have a full and complete assortment
of family (Jrocencs. such ns Iinperiai.Uld
and Voting llysnn, Hymn Skin, Pouc.hoiig,
Souchong and llohea Tkas; Ion I, lump and
brown Suouis; Popper. Spice, Ginger,
Cloves. Mace. Nutmegs. Saloiratus, tur
rents, Prunes, Citrons, Box and Keg Rai
They have also in connection one ot the
first Drugg Si. Medical establishments in
this part of tho country, to which depart
ment the most particular attention will at
times be given. Phisiemns may at all
limes be supplied with any article in the
above lineonthe most reasonable terms.
II. W. Potwin.
Burlington, Jan. to, 1 H30.
Iron, Nails, Stcol.
ffili TONS, manufantureil Iron conf
'eis.iiiig of a complete assortment o
Round and Square, Band and Hoop
Shoo Shape, Sz.c.
20 Tons Foreign Iron, Mich as Lnglish
tiro, all sizes Swordes, Russia, Old
ii ml New Sable, Russia nail Rods,
500 Setts waggon, cirt, carriage & coach
Boxc. Hollow ware, of every del
10,000 Pounds German, Spring Swccds.
Cast and English blistered Steel,
50 Tons Cut N.nls nnrtcd from 3 to CO.
Pnlah and Cauldron Kcltelos,
Cast Iron Ploughs.
llra-s Kettles &c. &c. which make n
cnmplolc a?-oriment of Ironmongery
anil which will be sold on as favorable
terms ns can bo obtained a', any eslabi
lishinent III t ho Qtllo.
Dec. 10. 1835. T. V. &V. L. STRONG.
JSAILS $ I HON-
lOOO 1?S NV'K assoitcd
150 do Brads do
20 do Wrought Nails, do
3 totu Band Iron, from 1.J to 4 in.
15 do Round do. 4 to 3 in.
G do square do. J to 2J in.
5 do scroll do.
G do Horse shoo do
3 do Peru do.
10 tons English Iron, assorted
5 do Swedes do.
3 do N. Sable Russia do.
1 dj Old do do do
5 do Itussia Nail Rods
150 pairs Cutler and sleigh Shoes
2000 lbs. assorted cast steel,
1000 lbs. Ocrman do
3000 lbs. Swedes do
1000 lbs. English Blister do
4000 lbs. spring do
100 doz. Hoiso Hasps.
Dee. 9. J. te J. II. PECK te CO.
Jertco Window Glass,
100 do Redford,
Doc. 0. '35. J. & .f. II. PECK & CO
Lint Seed Oil,
For sale by
T. P &V. L. STRONG.
Dec. 1G, 1335.
rpALES of the PEERAGE and the
A J'j:asaj l ie l . rallied bv L.ady
aDcro, 2 volumes. Por sale by
Sept 25 Smith it llARnr.).L;)VN.
Important Information !
to ruaso.ss AcrucTcn with the iollowinq
St, Anthony's Firo,
Fev. Sort's, even when
the bones aro alTiclud
Violent Eruptions af
s c u it v i: y,
when mere, has failed
and all disorders arising from an impure slate
of the Blood and Humors no assured that
continue unrivalled for the Prevention, Belief
and Cuio of these complaints. In proof of
which road Iho following ;
IS" Remarkable cure of a case of 12 ytnn
standing. Enlractof a Idler. Sir "My leg
which beforo did not look like a human limb,
is now entirely healed up, (after resisting
every other application for 12 years!) Pre
vious to taking your Uelfo's Botanical Drops,
I had given up all hopo of relief.
Anolh'r Case. An agent writes "Tlicro
is a person taking the Botanical Drops, evi
dently with the greatest advantage." He de.
claics, lo uso Ins own words, " It is doing
wimiults nir iiini, anu, as u were, snatching
him from tho grave,'
Numerous instances have occurred whero
persons woo pining away a miserable exist
ence, nothing they could procure affording
Ilium a permanent relief, until they had made
use of Iho nbovo invaluable Medicine.
Thoy aro also tho host spring and autumnal
physic. I'rico $l,or G bullies for fivo dollars.
lIUMFIllts' REMEDY FOR
One o tho most thorough remedies known
for this troublcsoino coiup!a,iit. It has more
perfectly answered tho purposo for which it
is intended than any oilier now in common
aso, and affords immediate and vermanent re.
lief, bolh from tho disorder itself, and ilk
accompanying symtoms ot pain in the loins
vertigo, headachjoss tf appetite,iiidigcUion, and
other marks of debility.
Qj"l'rico$ for both articles Ointment &
Eleclury or 50 cents uhen but ouo only is
J & J II PECK iV CO.
THE HARMON 110USU, on Pearl
street. Possession given on tho 1st
of April. Apply to 11. Lkavknivoiitii.
Boxes Glass, 3 qualilica to wit:
Id Lake Dunmoro
Various sizes, inaiiuraclurcd at Salisbury
Vt. just received by
T. r . K W. j. S 1 UUINU.
Burlington Dec. 1Glh 11J35.
AS just received from N"W York an
extensive assortment of New Goods
DRY GOnnS. CROCKERY
a roc minis I HARDWARE
COARSE St FI.KE SALT,
FLOUR &-c. Sec.
Which will bo Fold Cheap for Cash.
ISurlington Aovcmber 5(t 11)35.
flMItt cn-partncrsl.lp existing under
- linn ol J. Hutchinson & Co. is
day dissolved bv agreement.
HORACi; ST BARNS.
Bakcrsficld. Dec. 30, 1035.
Mr A. Hall having purchased our entire
interest in the late firm of .1. Hutchinson &
Co. and associoted himself wilh our late
partner Mr J. Hutchinson, under the firm
J. Hutchinson iV Co. will continue the
business at tho old stand, where they will
bo happy to serve those w ho may favor them
with their custom.
Bakcrsficld, Dec. 30, IIJ35.
riJlHE SPRIjYGI'JELO FIRE LY
jL SURAA'CE COJIPAjYY, insure on
tlin mobt favurublu terms. Dwelling Houses
Stoics, and other buildings1, r uriiiturc.iv,
Merchandize ol cverv description, agnmsl
loss or damage by fire. Application for
insurance will receive immediate attention
GO Chests, Hyson, Hyson Skin, Young
Hyson and Souchong leas.
Sugars, biice, lolncco, nice,
Molasses. Liquors, u .umogs,
. , in ii :
Raisins. Starch, Indigo, bal-iuratus
Ginger, dried. Currants, Almonds,
Pilhorts. Brazill nuts. etc. etc,
Por sale cheap, by
r. F. St W. L. STOjYG.
Dec. 1G, 1035.
Lyman & Colo
Have now a few doz. of extra ten Ot
ter, Seal and imitation Pur Caps; &
also mens hair Seal Caps, large sizes.
Asmall quantity of spruce Shingles.
IJurlington Dec 25. 1H35
Teas, Sugars, Rice, &c.
2 chests Hjsousk u.
y 5 Young Hyson, tud
25 barrels St. Croix,
N . Orleans Sugars,
10 do Lump and Loaf do
5 tierces Rico,
5 do Saleralus,
20 hhds. Molasses
150 Malts Cassia
2 bbls. Cloves,
1 case Cassia Buds,
15 kegs pure Ginger.
10 bags Pepper, ,
10 do Pimanto,
25 do Rio. St. Domingo and
Dec. 9. '35 J. & J. II. PECK & Co.
Q C I G N E T T E 15 R A N
' Hull, bivan. Uiii,
St. Croix Ruin.
15 bbls. American Brandy,
15 " do (hit.
10 " Marseilles Madeira Wine,
5 " Malaga do
Sicily, Madeira, pale & brown Sherry,
Old Port utid Madeira Wines.
Dec 9, 35 J. & J. H. PECK & Co.
Lorillard's SmiH'&, Tobacco.
10 barrels Mnccoboy,
2 ' Scotch,
20 " Chewing Tobacco,
25 " Smoking do.
Dec. 9. J. & J. II. PECK & CO.
XN Willistnn, Vermont, One Acre and
half of Land, with a largo brick Store,
Divelling-houso Tnylor-shop. Store house
and large convenient Out buildings, being
iho premises now occupied b'y Puller &
Morton in the village of Williston, and one
of the best stand.-, for business in this part
of the state. Also about thirty acres of
lL'HI.IiUNT MOWING LAND,
fronting the turnpike, and near the Acade.
my. Ar.so One hundred teres of land
called the AUGUR P A R M seventy
acres of which is under improvement, and
in good state of cultivation, with a Surrar
Orchard of 250 trees, and an Orchard of
excellent I nut. Ai.sn, Forty Acres with
a good orchard of about 75 apple trees on
it, occupied for pasture. Ai.so One acre
wilh a Small II O U S E upon tho same.
Ai.sn 1G Acres ufland in Bolton, about
one half of which is uinlir improvement.
Apply to A. J. PULLER, Williston
or H. LEAVENWORTH,
Williston, .May 1035. f Burlington.
subscribers have just received and
iii oiler for sale, cheap for cash or approv
ed credit, tho following articles:
8000'"sl"!ls Solar Salt,
JUU0 do Lisbon do
GOO barrels fine do
1G00 " extra superfinu FLOUR
500 " common do
75 " fino do
CO Ilhds. New Bum,
10 chests Hyson, Ilyronskiu and
Young Hyson Tea
20 kegs Tobacco
10 boxes do
10 b.igs Coffee,
10 " b'pico
23 kegs Raisins,
'30 boxes do
20 hhds. Molasses.
1000 lbs. Loaf Sugar
25 kegs Saleralus
50 casks Lamp Oil,
10 boxes bar Soap
0 do Herrings
35 kits Mackerel
20 bbls. do
20 half barrels Salmon
20 boxes Starch
20 do Pines
50 qtls.Cod Pish
English IRON. Hat and round, all sizes.
Russia Iron, (Old Sable,)
American flat and round Iron, all sizes.
Band Iron fnuo 1 j to G inches wido
Hoop Iron and Nail Hods
Cast, German, English 1). and Am. Steel
Shovels, Spades and manuro Forks
Waggon Arms and Boxes,
Cross-cut and Mill Saws
Tared nnd Whito Ringing,
Solu and Upper Leather
t:()0 kegs Nails, from 3d. to G0J.
Floor Brads, tec.
together wilh many other articles not enume
rated, Tho above goods will bo sold at a
small advance for cash or approved credit, or
will be exchanged lor llyo, (. urn, Ualsor Pork,
Thu subscribers will pav cash at all times
fur heavv PORK, CORN, RYE or OATS,
delivered at tho stone More. Old Dock.
rOLLETT Si BRADLEYS.
ISurlington, JYov. 25, 1B35.
For the euro of
Colds, Asthmas, Whooping Cough, spitting
Illuod and Consumptions.
R CELAND MOSSgroivs plentifully in the
.lL Island uf Iceland, from whence it takes
Us name, and in all tho high northern lati
tudes of Eumpo and Asia, wheroils Medicinal
qualities have been long known, and highly
appreciated This plant contains a learger
proportion of Vegetable Jlucilage, than any
other known substance, and in combination
with it is a billrr principle which acts most
beneficially in giving strength in cases of gre.al
weakness and debility of tho lungs. Tho
knowledge ofmany uf our most valuable mcd
icines, lor mo cure ol d scascs. nave uei'i ou -
. f ,sc.i,. iheir effect on hrule
iiimals;-fu in the case of Ibis most invaluable
Moss. Its virtues wcro first discovered hv
thvir effects on tho hardy, Itmg-tivcd and
sagacious Hain Deer, which derives its prin.
cipal iiurislnnent from the Iceland Jloss. and
uhoso milk becomes so highly imbued with
itsBalsomie virtues, that it is used with, llic
greatest confidence as a soveicigu remedy by
the inhabitants ofall those countries for tho
cure ol all diseases of tho breast and lungs. In
I-ranee, this compound has long been known,
and extensively used; and to its salutary ctlocts
as much as lo tho salubrity uf Iho climate, is
prooauiy owing tho very small number
of fatal rasis of eonsumiition in that country.
compared wilh Great Ilrilan and the United
Stales. J Ins Syrup contains all iho medicinal
viilucs of tho Moss io the most concentrated
form, and is prepared from iho orignal receipt
from Paris, only by.
E. IIUTClllNGS .S- CO. Itnltimorc
Anil none is genuine Unless it has their fac
simile upon each bill of direction also upon tho
cnvilopo, Er.ind sealed wilh their seal.
J. &. J. II. PECK i: Co., wholesale agents.
V7"E ure coiisianlly making good Sivor
Spoons and celling them at tho Vari
ety Shop, Pa-nOIIOU & Blll.VS.MAlI).
E have a fine loi ol good Brushes of
nil kinds and prices at iB Yarictv
Shop Pa.-sohoun iSi Blll.NSMAII).
ripO per-ons suffering from R H EUM--f
ATIC COMPLAINTS. 7b the
Edil ir if the Enquirer Sir, On the prin
t'l'lo inculcated by the great and good Dr.
Franklin, lo diffuse as widely as possible
every means within our power lo mitigate
or soften thu nfiliciions offciiU'ennp human
ity, I fee I il incumbent on me to make
known through the medium of your u.-eful
paper, that on reading thorein'rin adver
tisement of Dr. Jebb's Liniment, for the
cure of RHEUMATISM. I was forcibly
imprcoscd with a belief that it wa calcula
ted to remove the sovcru Rheumalie offec
tion to which I had been for seven or eight
years subjected, some limes almost depriv
nig me ol the use of my limbs. I accor
dingly procured a bottle, and beforo I had
used the wholo of it, found very sensible
relief. This increased my confidence in it,
and led mo lo obtain another bottle, thu
use ul which has completely removed the
swellings and pains of my limbs, together
with tho cramp, nud restored I hem lo their
wonted vigor. 1 am respectfully yours,
Ilempslcd, L. I. .March 24.
Perrons siifl'ering from tho above corn
Paints, and in despair of a cure from l lie
failure ol'lho various remedies they have
used, aro Invited to make trial uf this long
celebrated medicine, which has in years
past cured und relieved, as it is now doing,
thousands who had despaired of relief.
Nothing but u fair trial can give on idea uf
Us unrivalled excellence. It is also one nf
llic best applications known for stillness of
the joints, numbness, Fproins and chilblains.
Price 50 cents.
Tons, which will bo sold ns low
packed in Sound Bands, as can
be purchased of our neighbors in bulk
no charge lor Casks
Hickok it Cat i.ik,
HAS now received the wholu of his
Poll stock of Goods, and requests
all purchaser!! to call and examine n very
extensive stock of
r.fLHCir & STAPLE
The following list comprises a few of the
eading articles :
Black, green, invisible do. salmon, crim
son and marroon col'd French JUtrinos
printed Circassians plain do. ol all col
nrs black, blue, green, brown, pink, purple
nnd FCarletSM: MLIWrSGw de Nap
Gro do Rhine, Poult dc Soto nud Italian
SILKS, of all color's nnd qualities the
most extensive assortment uf rich dark
PRLYTS he has ever offered, from 1 1 lo
3!i cts 4, 5 anil G-4 white bob't LACES,
Quilling and Edging do. men's superior
Beaver, Kid, Buck Worsted GLOrES.
Ladies' Gloves, of every description
0, 7, 15. & 10 4 while, red and black Jlci'inii
SHAWLS rich cmbr. Chnlly, Thibet,
heavy Ilernani. Gro de Nop. &. silk muslit
Dress IIDICFS.TTas usual, the mnsn
extensive stock of bonnet, cap. lu-tring,
saltin, gauze and taffeta Rl IS 13 O JYS
damak, liro. linen, cotton and worsted
TAliLE COVERS blk, blue. inv. green
steel mixt, olive, adlaido and claret ISRO.
CLOTHS -slip. Buckskin, imperial cords,
plain nnd London mixt Cimi'mcmdomes
tic Cottons, Bleached & brnwn do. white,
green and scarlet FLAjYYELS ; Batting
and Wadding ; guatshair, imitation, and
common CAJILETS ; superfine and com
mon Iriih Lincni ; linen canib. and silk
.Hdkfs. ; worsted, merino, &. cotton Hoic;
Russia Diapers and Towellings ; glazed
Cambrics and Muslins, of all colors.
ISurlington, Oil. 23, 11)35.
O'Church st. oppo. Pangbom &. Brinsmuid
LORILLARD'S Macaboy and Scotch
Snuff, do Chewing and Smoking To
bacco at Pnctorv Prices.
T. P. & W. L. STRONG.
LiiFJB! IL.TF.E! L. IF 115!
IIIl. Jll.NA. MlilJIU'.V
Hssnuc of acre.
A valuable Medicine, which ifrightly applied
will bo the moans nf saving thousands
from an untimely grave.
It has been sold una u.-td lor thirty years,
with great success, and found very effica
cious in the following diseases, viz. Consump
tion, Whooping Coughs, common Coughs,
Colds, difficult Breathing, Iutlucnza, Quinsy,
Asthma, Phthisic, Spilling of IllooJ, FLlu
Icncy, Indigestion, Looseness of tho Bovels,
Fits of every kind, Cramps, Rickets, Colic,
Catarrh, Dyscuicry, Fainting, Hypochondri
ac Affections, Hcad-aehcs, Sickness at Stom
ach, Measles, a prevcuturo of Contagious
Diseases, Gout and Rheumatism,
(LTThis Essence answers n valuahlo pur
pose in almost every ease of debility; and
there are but few, if any diseases, which do
not arise from thai source. It may bo given
lo either sex, and at any pctiod. if weakness
1 "u"" ,
tho composition being entirely dc-
! rivod from Iho vegetable kingdom
! whooping-cough may be cured in a week, if
' taken at tho commencement ot the ilisei.se.
Dose for an adult, forty drops, taken clear, re.
pcatcd once in two hours, in urgent cases ; a
child 8 years uld, 20 ; one year old, 10, given
in a lablo spoonful of milk. Tho best mode
ol giving the diops lo inlants is in a little
breast milk. But respect musl be paid lo the
ago and constitution of tho patient, for some
will bear double tho quantity that others will
tho better way is to begin with small doses
a,nl1 increase as the paiicnt may require. The
follow ing are a few of more than a thousand
"The undcrsigncc'. minisiers of the gospel
in tho county of Windham, Termont, know
ing the efficacy of Dr. Jonathan Mooic's Es
sence of Life, having used it ourselves in our
families, consider il a vnloablo composition ;
particularly eflkious and useful in removing
complaints of thu lungs, and indeed a safe
and restorative mcdieino in tho various cisea
scs named in the Doctor's accompanying label
and do most cheerfully recommend its general
I use, behoving it well worthy tho patronage
of Iho public." Oct- 9. I KG.
Signedhy Hosea Berkley, Dumincrston
Sylvester Sage, Westminster ; Jed. L. Stark,
Urntth'buro ; Elisha 1). Andrews, Putney;
Chandler Hales. Philotus Clark'
'I, Stephen B. Bradley, of Westminster,
Vermont, do certify thai 1 have for koine liiuo
been well acquainted with the good effects
of Dr. Jonathan Moero's Essence nf Life, in
my own family and others, and ran recom
mend it to bo an extremely safe and useful
family Medicine, in colds, coochs, and all dis
orders of iho longs and breast ; in tho whoop
ing cough and all spasmodic complaints;
and inako no doubt that Iheeili.ens of Amer
ica would doiivo great benefit from a more
general uso of tho sauio. Being personally
arquaitilcd with Dr. .'Moore, and finding him
to be a discreel and well informed man," I cm
not but hope be will meet wilh due encour
agement. Sti'I'iii:n It. Bkaplkv.
Tha subscriber hereby certifies llnl he has
for more than three years past frequently,
l'i ca.-cs of roughs, obslrubtions upon Iho
lungs and difficulty of breathing, experienced
tho happy and saluiary effects of thu use of
Dr. Jonathan Moore's Esscnco of Life, and
has witnessed the same in nlhrrs. and irrilv
believes it to be the most salutary and efiica.
cious medicine. Piii.mmh Wiiitf.
"Wo tho undersigned Physicians, who havo
proved tho efficacy of Dr, Jonathan .Monro's
Essenco of Lifo, conceive it our duly lo pat
ronize tho medicine, and hro of opinion that
if generally used, it will be of public utility."
Signed Abel Duncan Samuel Steams,
Dummerstoii ; Jonathan Badger, Win. Town,
Westminster ; C. W. Chandler: Abram Hoi.
land, Walpolo : Nathan Slonc, Newfano;
Charles Blake, Kcenc; Prcscolt Hall, dies,
The above medicine is prepar
ed by HENRI SEYMOUB, of Hadley, Mass.
fiom tho original rccipo, by tho direction of
said Mooro, and sold by him and Iho princi.
pal Druggists in tho United Stales.
This may certify to all whom it may con
cern, that I the subscriber, lesiding in Hadley
Massachusetts havo mado an improvement
in tho mcdicinj invented by me, and denom
inated Dr, Jonathan Mooro's Esscnco of Life,
and have communicated tho recipo to Henry
Seymour of said Hadley, ond lo him only.
Tho United Statos is full of Iho sophisticated
article, and (his is to give notice to iho
public, that if thoy want the genuino Essdnco
of Lifo, lliey must apply lo said Soymour or
ills agents, and bo particular to inquire for
that prepared by Henry Seymour.
Sept. 9. 1333. Dr. J. Moorh.
CJ'Sold, wholosalo and retail, by J, & J. II.
PECK k. co. Burlington, wholenalo agcnls
for thoslutoof Vermont.
PERSONS AFFLICTED WITH
WILL find in the. un of the ALBION
CORN PLASTER, one of the most
efficacious remedies known for that trouble,
some complaint, as hundreds or thousand
can, nnd arc ready to testify, to its having
answered a bolter purpose than any thing
they had ever used. This opplicatioti nev
er causes the least pain, although it sort
ens the Cum ami draws it out by tho rootet
It gives immediate case as eooii as applied,
and is as thorough as it is gentle in its
A gentleman near Greenfield writes:
"It has cutcd n Com, which for yenrs hod
caused mo inconcei able pain and i rouble,
(after trying various other n ine-lio:) nud
having received such relief mystlf 1 ndvi-e
all, however obstinate I be complaint, lo
make trial of the Albion Corn Phi-'er, any
I have no doubt they will soon be as rcadd
lo expicss their gratitude as I am."
An Agent, in writing for a furlher supply
of the Albion Com Plaster, observes- "I
have made sale ol all you sent me, and find
the article to be all it professes to be, as
those who have used it find it to prove lbs
best arlii lefor tornslhcy have tier met uilh.
Price 50 cents a box, wilh directions.
THE BRITISH ANTISEPTIC
Renders the teeth beautifully and per
manently white, embellishes the enamel,
emoves the fustcr arising from decayed
teeth, usually termed nfilusivc breath, pre
vcnt their decay, and tooth ache, eradi
cates tho scurvy from the gnms, and im
parts n most desirable sweetness to tb
BTAn experianccd druggist pronounces
this Tooth Powder one of the best he ban
over met with, either Foreign or Domestic.
Price 50 cents.
Dr. Relfe's Pills for Females!
Por Obitruclions, Debility, Hypochondriac
Green Sickness, Giddiness and Palpitation
nfthe Ihart, Had Digestion, Loathing of
Food, and Pains cf trie Stomach. The pills
! purify uml promote a brisk circulation of
the blood, when become sluggish ana ob
sirncted from th foregoing disorders, re.
vive the regular habits of the unhealthy fe
male, whose sickly and pallied countenance
becomes re animated, cud freshens with
the natural glow of restored health. They
aro equally ctnducivc lo the health of mar
ried ladies, except in caces of pregnancy
or Consumption, when they muil not be ta
ken. Price jjl .50 per box.
trTii'one ore genuine unless signed T.
KIDDER, on the wrapper, sole proprietor
and successor In Dr. (Iiimvav,) by whom
Ihev arc for sale nt his counting room. No.
09 Court street, Boston, nnd bv his special
appointment, by J. & J. II. PECK & Co.
Have, troin iheir extraordinary succc-
nnimlK n c I Ii it, r, u A i (f!,, H nf I.-..., 1 1. J .. ...t.
snillidir of hlnfid. rhitl nnd tliirprtnii'
I precede fevers and lung complaints gcu
UVUIJ.b will. .1, ,11. I1-U.1V 'Ul.Ullli 111
known, nnn nrn snncht nfipr Iron, pt-n
n pchl'U inn, tin c n 1 1 onfir.il imp m mini. ..i
inc mosi ousuuaie cases, ann giving iho mo
.... . . r t ifi , ,
gone in consumption, and exhibiting all the
appearance of approacning dissolution. And
such have been the salutary effects ef lheso
Pills, even in hopeless eases, as so far to inili.
gate thu sufferings of the daticnt, as nidcntly
to prolong lifo for even days and weeks, and
givo to it a positive comfort they never ex
pected lo enjoy. Tho operation of the pills is
wonderful in cjsing respiration, quitting tho
cough, and procuring comfortable rest.
Common eclds are ferquontly removed in a
iD'Although (save a person speaking of
lheso pill) my wife lias tried various niedi
cities of Iho first clcbnty for an aslhmalir
difficulty or affection of Iho lungs, which at
times was exceedingly distressing, confining
nerlo her houso for days ond weeks iogother,
she finds nothing gues her the relief uhlth
Jlelfe's Asthmatic Pills do! casing her respi
liou, puieting ber cough, ami giving her
comfortable rest." And teis is the testimony
nf hundreds or thousands. The relief which
aged ptople, as well as others, evperienco from
llic uso of thess pills is truly astonishing, and
lenders Ihcin invaluable to many, and are in
fact lo some an essential euxiliary to their
comfort and almost to iheir existence! A
physician informs the proprietor that a gen.
llemaa in tho country observed to lino, he
had leason lo belie va iho use ol ihesi- pi I- hud
been the menis nf saving his lile. Puce
whole box, 30 pills 1 ; half do. 12 pills 50 i s
fur .ore or iiitl iined eve-'. Nothing gut s
Mich immediate and enitifuitubte relief, On
recent soro eyes the elfecl is most salutary.
Whero thecoinplainl has been of years stand,
ing, and in some exceedingly bad eases, Iho
most unexpected and dcsirublo relief has been
found in Iho uso of this Eyo Water aller every
oilier remedy had failed, Persons who havo
used il pronounce it without hesitation the
best preparation for these complaints lliey havo
over met with. Price, 25 cents a bottle. 2
P. Si W. L. STRONG no.v havo tho
vk pleasure of offering lo those who are
desirous of finding Iho most comfort and econ
omy atlainablo in Iho uso of stoves, a larger,
moro complete, and cheaper assortment of this
article, than has ever been offered in this re
gion of country. We respectfully invito all
Ihoso who wish lo view (he degree of perfec
tion now attained, as well a3 thoso who wish
to purchase, to call and examine lheso stoves.
The assortment consists of
Parker's 'Patent Prophcsy,Cooking,4 sixes
Stanley's Itotary 7bp, do 5 do
Parker's Gourd plato do
do Flat back do
Conanl's pattern, (or Back Kitchen,)
Canada and Scotch plato Box. 5 sizes,
Parlour Stoves, a new and splendid
article, 3 sires,
together with Box Slovcs of various kindi
suitable for churches, stores, offices, shops'
school houses, five aero lots, Sic. &c. PH'R
on hand, and all kinds of Move TRIMMINGS
mado to order,
Burlington, Sept. 0, 1035.