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Away grandeur, pomp, unil gold t
Aw.iy uilli childish c.iso ;
Olid me lull strength my plough to hold,
And I'll liml menu lu ple.ise.
Tit sneel to lull for lltosc ue love,
Sly wife :iinl d.uling bos
Both lend ki uiiikc my l.iliur proi
'J'lio sneeicst of my jujit,
The humble niortel I pnnira,
When l.ilwr tn. iV.es h sweet,
ti eutcn Willi ii tano inoic puia
Thau meals lli.it monarch! c.il.
'Tia mine jes, Ms mj li.ippy lot,
From c.ic. and avarice fiee,
To oun hiil this secluded rot,
Kneel fi lends mill liberty.
Thus I no tmnncli mi llie lilt oils
Can guiilge his destiny,
Lei him Ilia weight of coi e bcmcnii,
Whilst I am liulj fiee.
When l.ibor unoies and giows dull,
I Willi my dog mid gun,
tei forth, the finest game to cull,
And thus nil sorrows shun.
Now tell me, nil je gouty train,
Who Inne wli.il fortune giies :
U not the chceiful oountiy swain
'I he happiest m.in ih.it lies I
Peas. The early Washington if the
kind in common u-u for this part of tho
country. But the American Gardener says
"Charlctuns aro not only very early, but
great bearers, and excellent pens for the
table." For late peas, tho bluo imporinl
and Marrowfat, aro excellent. They should
be sown as soon rs tho frost is out of the
ground, in drills from two to three feel
aprt, and from a half inch to an inch be
tween the peas in tho drill, according lo
their size. Peas that are to grow without
sticks.' require the least room. They should
be covered about un inch dceu. The soil
should be moderately rich. Peas arc not
assisted, but hurt, by unreduced manure.
The soil for the early crops should bo very
dry, and rendered so by mixing sand with
the earth in the drills, where the ground is
moist. JV. E. Ft"'-
Soil ron a GAnriEN. The best soil for
garden is a sandy loam, not less than two
feet deep; (he earth should not be of a
binding nature in summer, nor retentive of
rain in winter; but of such a texture, that
it can be worked without difficulty in any
season of the yean There are lew sorts
of fruit trees or esculent vegetables, which
require less depth of earth togrow in, than
two feel to bring them to perfection, and
the soil of the official garden should bo
three or more feet deep, for if the roots of
most plants, when in a state ofmatunty, ue
minutely traced, they will be found to pen
ctrate into the earth, in search of food, to
the depth of two feet, provided the soil be
of a nalutc to allow it. A garden should
be mado on land whoso bottom is not of a
springy wet nature. If this rule can bo
observed, draining will be unnecessary
for when land is prepared for the growth
fruit trees, ana ottcinai plants, bv trench
ing, manuring, and digging, it is by these
means brought into such a porous tempera
mcnl that, ttio rains pass through without
being detained longer than necessary. If
the land of a garden be ot too strong a na
lure it will be much improved by (lie 'ad
mixture of Eand. Ib.
Important steam Uoai i rial. A cause
involving questions deeply interesting to
Steam-Boat proprietors and the public, has
occupied tho Circuit Court, now sitting
for tho last lour days. The suit was bro'l
by John Smith, who with his family, were
on board the Steam-Boat Advocate when
she blew up, at Ooeymans Landing, iu May
last. Three of Mr" Smith's children died
of the injuries received, and his wilb was
The plaintiff claimed to recover on the
mound that tho boat was ol a novel con
truction. and that the engineer and fire
men were unskilful and incompetent men
The summing up of cause occupied the
whole of yesterday. The counsel o.i both
sides acnuilted themselves with great abil
ity. The jury was addressed by Salem
Dutchcr and Samuel Stevens, Esqs for the
defendants, and by A. L. Jordan, and
Dudley Marvin, Esq. for the plant iff.
The Jury came into court this morning
and delivered a scaled verdict for the plain
liff.of EIGHT THOUSAND DOLLARS
Albany Ev. Journal.
mri nc veteran iom. iiur.r,, is now in
the Mediterranean, with his family. Wlul
at Malta, ''Old Ironsides" arrived there.
She was visited by her old commander, in
company with Capt, DAcrtE, who com
maiidcd the uucnniEnE wnen she was
captured by tho Constitution. Capt
Dacres, (who is now in command of a 7-1)
called daily on Com. Hum., and showed
him through llio British fleet, where he
was treated with all tho respect duo from
gallcnl olliccrs lo a congenial fpirit.
Removal if all Restrictions from the Mis.
tiunart) 1'ress in G 'recce. Letters iust re
eeived from Rev. Drs. Robertson mid King;
Missionaries in U recce, hay "Wo nave per
mission from the minister of tho interior to
d blribute our publications freely throughout
the realm, and a circular has been forward
ed loall the Monarchs, forbidding them to
put ony hindrance in our way.
When Col. Travis's servant was asked
how Col. Crocket behaved in the battle ol
the Alamo, he replied, "i watlhought that
Cot. Crockett killed the most at lie had the
biggest pile around him,"
A splendid Hotel is about lo be creeled
at Cahsville, Wisconsin Teritory, on the
cast bank of the Mississippi, about forty
miles below the moutii ol tho Wisconsin
River. Cassvillo is to bo the seal of gov
eminent lor the new territory, A corps
of artificers are about proceeding Iroin this
city to erect tho Hotel. Alb. pap.
There is a lottery in Tennessee, whicli
has some of the must curious if not the
moil brilliant prizes, that 't ever saw
crowded into a scheme. For example i
One brick hotise,-and one steam boat; ne
gro girl Rebecca, and sorrel mare; bay
colt by Pacific, and yellow girl Matilda.
Tho bay colt is valued at g?000, and the
yellow girl at eleven hundred dollars
Phil. U. 8. Gazette.
Wc understand that (Iro tolls on that
part of (lie Cheiopcakc and Ohio canal
I whicli is completed have averaged eight
hundred dollars per dny since thu opening
al t lie canal tins sprm". Tins looks line a
Irtn.N Mountain in Missouri!. It op
pears by a report to Congress, by Mr.
Fcarhcistoiiliangh, that there a actually a
mountain of iron in Missouri of very great
dimensions, and capable nf yielding more
ore than will bo (ranted from this lime to
l lie etui of the five hundredth century. In
tho emphatic and somewhat poetical lan
guage of the enthusiastic geologist, it is
impossible to cstimulo its value ''by any
oilier terms than Ihoee adequate to all a
nation's wants." This is prcity broad as
sertion to bo 6urc, but we feu! 'no disposi
tion to conlrovcrt It? correctness We
recollect hearing a great deal of fun that
was onco poked at Mr. Jefferson, (we de
ny being old enough to acknowledge it as
cotcniporancous history, for his descrip
tion of a salt mountain but there is no
misiuko about the iron mountain. It is
bona fide, and will be the making of Mis
souri; a state which, by tho way, is al
ready rich in resources of ail sorts espe
cially in a wholo mountain of brass in the
person of her senior member ol the U. S.
Senate JV. Y. Eng.
Smif. Dirt thrust up the nostrils with a
pig llko snort, as a sternutatory, which is
not to bo sneezed at. Tho moment he tins
thus dufooieJ his own object, tho stmfTtakcr
becomes the slave of a habit, which literally
brings his nose to the grindstone.
'Youth. A magic lantern that surrounds
iti with illusions which excite pleasure.
surprise and admiration, whatever bn their
nature- J he old age nf the sensual and the
vicious ts i he same lantern without its magic:
tho glasses broken, and the illusions gone,
wniic.tiic exhausted lamp threatening every
moment to expire, sheds a ghastly glare,
not upon o fair table cloth, lull of jocund
associations but upon what appears to be a
usmai surouu,prepareu to receive our re
The Variety Shop
AT BULLYGTON, VT.
WI'j have gold and silver Watches,
Jewelry, Chains, cheap and costlv
Clocks, Plated and Briltania Ware Castors,
Musical instrumentsand Instruction Books,
Perfutnary, Hair Oils, Powders, Soaps.
Brushes, Cutlery, Candlesticks. Snnffeis.
Trays, Lamp Wicks. Stocks, Bosoms,
Backgammon Board, Visiting mil Printing
Cards, (a very good assortment of all sizes
and colors) card Cases. Canes, Umbrellas,
Mastics, uusks, silk boot Lacings, overshoe
Buckles, Razors, Ink,Quills. Pencils, India
Rubber, Letter Slumps, Curls, fine Pic
tures, 1 oys. Drawing Boards and Paper,
sand Boxes, ink Stands, Confectionary, and
the greatest variety that can be found in
sucn a shop.
We clean and repair nil kinds of Wateh
es and Clocks, and make all kinds of Silver
Spoons and sugar Tongs ; Nursing Tubes,
coffin Plates, Hooks and Rings. Trunk
Plates, etc. Sic. at tho Variety Shop.
PANGUOn.N &. BniNSMAIO.
March 30. 183(3.
XIISTORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF A.
MERICA,designcd for schools or privalo
libraries, by Emma Willard. Principal of tho
Iroy t emale Seminary, t or sale by
SMITH & HARRINGTON
OJV reasonable terms, a house
and lot a few rods north of the
f Academy. Enquire at this office
ior ol IJocl. Wm. Jllwater.
Burlington March 17, 1830.
Linseed Oil for Sale.
r1 HE subscribers have on hand Linseed
JL Oil ol the best quality and will be at
all times happy to supply Customers cither
at their 6lure on the west side ofllio Court
house squire or at the Oil mill ul the Falls
HlCKOK & Catmn
Burlington, March 10, 1830.
OP NEIVTCN, NEIR BOSTON,
HAS a capital selection of pureBt kinds
of Fruit and Ornamental THE E S,
ouruos, noses, I'asonlcs, Uoublc Dahlias, Sic
of most splendid kinds. Morus Mullicaulis
or true CHINESE MULBERRIES, tho food
for silk worms, by wholesale- and retail.
Orders addressed by mail, post paid, will
uu cxecuicu promptly. I rcos packed i
faithful order, for distant places, by land sea
Cotalogues gratis. t!5M.
rpIIE CHRISTIAN LYRE, a collection of
ilymsand tunes adapted lor social wor
ship, prayer meetings, etc. with supplement
lorsalouy K.MITH Si HA Kill .xu TUN,
FOR marking clothes: without a pre
paration; it has been used bv ncrson9
in this town for nbeut thrco years and docs
not wah out. Purkin's Indelliblo Ink lo
be, used with a preparation, and it is war
ranted not to wash out. Williston's Indel
ible Ink warranted in stand map and water.
reruins- uouunng House red anu Hlack
Ink; the best in usn, Indian Ink, at tho vari
ety Shop PANcnmiN & Brinsmaid.
ABOUT GO Umbel's Herds Grass Seed
ill n fctinnrinr niinlil vnmt tho rrrmul Ii ..I
1835, just received and fur sale at
Tl HE STORE and DWELLING next
door cad of Smith & Harrington's
Book Slore, on Cullegc-i-trrct.
March 15, 183G.
Herds Grass Seed.
THIS day received and for sale a quan
tity of 1 1 1! r ds Gross Ri-ml bv
Fol.I.ETT &. BrtAIJI.EYS.
Burlington March 1-1. 1037.
Af DOXES FRESH GARIJF.N SEF.DS.of
the last ears irouili.
J & J. II. I'FXK, CO.
Marcli 21, 1830.
TIIR subscriber having closed business
in this place, and being about to leave
town, respectfully rcquestB all persons in
debted in him, to mako payment previous
to llto lOtli of May next.
Ho would also take this occasion to ten
der his thanks to those who hava patroniz
ed li un since ho has been in business here.
Burlington, April 19, 103G.
To Let on reasonable Terms.
iMIK wholo of tho largo Commodious
store situated on tho North side ol
the Court house square in Burlington next
door West ol John Pecks store. The first
story and ccller below, is convenient for two
stores or it may be used as one largo slore
for extensivo business. Theru are three
large Chambers, well suited for Offices, or
mechanics' shops. It will bo leased in
whole or in parte, if opplicatton is mode
Soon. For terms apply to Wm. A. Gris
Tor J1REII. UUtlKCit,.
Burlington April 0, U136.
WHICH contains more Vegetable JIu
cilage than any other known sub
stance. It is tho best article used in case
of Colds, Coughs, Asthmas, &c. nnd is n
good and economical article fur making all
kinds ol Jc!lici, Ilia Mongo, &c.!for sale by
the package, 25 els. each at the Vnrioty
Shop by FANCuonN & BntNssiAin.
uurlington, April 7, 1935.
rllim House and lot, oa Peatl street,
known as tho Slorrs place. For
terms, apply lo
March 23, I83G.
THE subscriber offers
for sale on reasonable
terms his house and lot
on llio west sido of Col
lego Green The prem
iscs consist of h acre, of
land? on which there is a goud oichard a
suiallbul convenient house, out buildings, &c
For lurther particulars and terms, apply
to bAMUtr. Rced.
Burlington March 2-1, II13G.
Also, lor sale, as above, I'liw No. I t in
Si. Paul's Church.
"OORTFOLIOS, wiih nnd wilhnnl
JL Locks and Kcvs. ot the Voriety Shoo
PaNOUOUN & BniJSSMAID.
CLOVER SUED, by
April 23, 1836
PECK Sf CO.
FORMERLY from Dover, N. fl. takes this
opportunity to inform his friends and
the public that ho has opened a Botanic Inf.r
maru at tho Green Mountain House, in Pearl
street, Huilinglon, Vermont, wlicro ho has
fitted up rooms for tho accommodation of the
sick and infirm, and will piactico in strict
conformity lo llio system of Doct. Samuel
Thomson of Boston, who has now becomo so
celebrated, not only in tho United Slates, but
in Europe. ''The Thomsonian System" has
not only received the cntiro approbation of all
who have tried its merits, but it lias also re.
ceived tho unqualified approbation ofmany of
tl .!.! -,-. ,1, . ..
1 II c regular i ruuiiuuuura. uuci.tv.wouiu one
Icavo to say to strangers, in regard to hi:
qualifications, that he has spent three years
diligently studying ine principles ol Ins pro
Cession, willi Doct. Thomson and other dis
tinguished practitioners that ho has visited all
llio Infirmaries in Now England, and can con
fidently offer himsclt lo tho public as well
qualified to administer to llio diseases of llio
sick, so far as preparatory studies and tho
best advantages for information, will onablo
him to do.
Mrs. Whichcr having boon al great pains to
acquiro inlormauon in uoiamc practice, and
having had two years experience in the nro.
fession with her husband, will take cliargo of
llin icmaie department oi uic intirmary.
Doct. W. in addition, would beg leave to
report a number of cures performed under his
own hand. Mrst, llio euro or William Walk
er of Franklin, N. II., who was entirely cured
of tho Rheumatism and Slrangcry in (heir
worst stages, in tho course of twelve days,
alter Darning uio skiii oi an llio learned doc
tors in the country.
S'ccond, the case of Robert Salby, cured of
a baa eye, in live uays, alter Having been de
pnved of his tight for a very considerable
Third, the euro of Fidelia Elkins of North
field, N.1I. deprived of her reason seven vcars.
was restored to it again after a treatment of
eighteen days, and lo perlec.t bodily health.
Fourth, the euro of Adeline Main, bad eyes
ior six years, exceedingly sore entirely cured
in fivo days.
Fifth, llio euro of Martha Scrulin, swelled
ncci;. supposed lo be kings-Lvil cured in fivo
I.. I. . n M . .
aixui, uic euro oi mr niaro. This was a
raso of Asllima, which had continued one year
anu was uuruu in luur uays.
.vovenin, ma euro oi sidii Walton, was a
caso of Dyspepsia, Rheumatism and Croup
curcu in cigm uays.
Eight, llio cuio of Elmedia Quimbv, cured
of Consumption, after having been given over
uy an mo uuciom in mo place.
Curo of Jacob Sawyer of Dover, N.H. cured
of Dropsy and Fever Suics, seventeen years
fiiaiiuiiig, in (ti ij r wucitH.
The case of Aimdia Whichcr, after twenty
yeais sickness of Dropsy, Dyspepsia and Pa.
raiciic shock, aim oi taking opium six years,
was cuicd in twenty days.
Mr W. has had two hundred palionts and
has given between four and fivo hundred
courses for complaints of all descriptions, with
cntiro success. Mr. W. is satisfied that his
modo ol treatment has all tho beneficial cfi'ecls
of a visit lo tho springs whila il saves the
patient in many cases, an enormous expouse.
Mr XV. wculd inform hit. friends that lio lias
on liai.d a complete assortment of Hotanic
Medicines, from the hand of Doct. 6'amuel
I homsoii. J hat ho has also family rights and
Doct Robinson's Hitters for sale.
Mr W. acis as agent for Doct. Samuel
J homson of lloslon, not llcrijamin Thompson
of Concord, N. II. nor Jcssq Thompson of
Mount Vernon Charlcs-sticct, Boslon.
N B, Patients should always have a change
of linen when they put themselves under his
April 1 1, 1834.
THE undersigned having purchased of
P. HALL his entire stock of Gnods,
will continue and enlarge the
7JV) (00118 liUSWCtftf,
at the bland furmcrly occupied by Hull &.
Stearns, recently r. Hall, whnru tic win
have constantly a full variety of seasonable
lioods; and rcspcullully solicits llio pat
ronage of all former friends and patrons.
Just received, an extensive and well se
lected assortment of LOOKING GLASS'
ES, which aro offered at reduced prices.
Church street, March 23.
m ,,0XS Su?a'nt '
Jerico Window Glass,
100 do Redford,
Dec. . '35. J. & J. H. PECK &. CO.
rpHE SPRINGFIELD FIRE IJf
JL SURANCE COMPANY, insure on
the most favorable terms, Dwelling Houses
btorcs, and other buildings, Furniture, &
Merchandize of everv description, against
loss or damage by firo. Application for
insurance will receive immcdiale attention.
THE subscribers having formed a co
partnership in business in the name
and stilo of
IATHHOP & POTWIN.
and having purchased the cntiro stock ol
goods of II. W. I'otwin Si Co., will con
Hnuu the mercantile business at the old
stand recently occupied by them in all its
Having mane arrangements lo receive
supplies of goods at all times of the season
carclully selectcclcd by one of the firm
they intend thai their store shall at all
times be stocked with the choicest sclcc
tioni of rich, fusliionablcrmei and staple
Diiy tiooos tho market altoriN.
They have a full and complete assort inenl
uf family Groceries, such as Imperial, Old
and Young Hyson, Hyson Skin, Pouchong.
Souchong and Bnhra Tea-; loaf, lump and
brown huci-.ti"; Topper, hpico. Ginger,
Cloves. Mace. Nut un'gs. Silroratiw, Cur
rents. Prunes, Citrons, Box and Keg Rai
Tlu-y have also in connection one of the
(irsi Drugg & Medical rMubli-hniditfi in
this part of the country, lo which depart
menl the most particiiln- attention will at
all times be given. Phisicians may at all
limes bo supplied with any article in the
above hue on the most reasonable terms.
II. W. Potwin.
Burlington, Jan. 15, 1830.
1' or &alc.
TN Wilhston, Vermont, Ono Aero and
I half of Land, with a large brick Store
Dwelling-house. Taylor-shop, Store house
and largo convenient (Jut buildings, being
tho premises now occupied by Fuller &
Morton in the village of Williston, and one
of the best stands for business in this part
of the state. Ar.so about thirty acres of
fronting the turnpike, nnd near the Acade
my. Ar.so Ono hundred acres of land
called the AUGUR F A 11 M seventy
acres of which is under improvement, and
in good state of cultivation, with a Sugar
Orchard of 250 Irccs, and an Orchard of
excellent Fruit. Ar.so, Forty Acres with
a good orchard of about 75 applu trees on
it, occupied for pasture. Ar.so One acre
with a Small II O U S E upon the same
Also 1G Acres of land in Bolton, about
one hall ol which is under improvement
Apply to A. J. FULLER, Williston
or II. LEAVENWORTH,
Williston, May 1835. fBurlington
rilO persons Buffering from R H E U M-
ATIC COMPLAINTS. To the
t.ailor of the Lnquirer Sir, On the prm
ciplo inculcated bv the "real and nooil Dr.
Franklin, to diffuse as widely as possible
every means within our power to mitigate
orsoficn tho afllictions ofsuffcring human
ity, I feel it incumbent on ma to make
known through the medium of your useful
paper, that on reading therein an adver
tisemenl of Dr. Jcbb's Liniment, for the
cureot RHEUMATISM, I was forcibly
imprcisscu wnn n uejici mat ll was calcula
ted lo remove the severe Rheumatic aflec
lion to which I had been for seven or eight
years suujecieil, some times almost depriv
ing inu oi ine use oi my limos. I accor
dingly procured a hollle, and before I had
used the whole of it, found very sensible
reuei. i ins increased my confidence in it,
and led mo to obtain another bottle, llie
use of which has completely removed the
swenings anu pains or my limbs, together
with llie cramp, and restored them to their
wonied vigor. 1 am respectfully yours,
Geo. Taylor, jr.
Hcmpsted, L. I. March 24.
Persons suffering from the above com
Painls, and in despair of a euro from tho
failure ofllio various remedies ihey have
used, arc invited to mako trial of this Ion"
celebrated medicine, whicli has in years
past cured and relieved, ni it is now doing,
llinusands who had despaired of relief.
Nothing but a fair trial can uive on idea of
its unrivalled excellence. It is also one of
the best applications known for stiffness of
Ihcjoints, numbness, sprains and chilblains
Price 50 cents. For sale by
J. & J. II. PECK & CO.
Ath Tons, which will be sold as low
packed in Sound Bands, us can
bo purchased of our neighbors in bulk
no charge lor Casks.
Jan. 7. I1ii;koic it Cati in.
THE MONTHLY GENESEE FAIt-1
MEIl Published on the first of eoch
month, in Rochester, N. Y. by Luthlb
I'uckku. Tho publisher of tho Genesee
Farmer, at tho solicitation of many friends
of Agriculture! improvement in Western
Now Yorlt, lias issucu ine nrsinumuer iior
January, 1030,) of a monthly periodical,
under tho above title, which, while it will
embody much of the practical matter of
that well established paper, will be tur
nished to subscribers al tho exceeding low
price of Fifty Cents a yeaii, Il is be
lieved that such a work is much wanted to
supply those who arc unoblo or unwilling
to take a higher priced Agricultural paper
and that its general circulation among our
Farmers, cannot loll to promote llieir pri
vote interests as well as the public pros
perity. The course and Btamlmg ol the
Genesee Farmer is so extensively knwon,
that it is not necessary to sav more than
that the Monthly Farmer and" Horticultur
ist will be made up of the most practicable
and useful, articles that appear weekly in
thai work. It will be handsomely printed,
16 pages octavo to each number making an
aunuai volume, with Title page and index
of 200 pages. The payment will in all
cases be required in advance.
Itrhevcn copies tor (hrco Dollars 12
for Fivo Dollars or a commission of 20
per cent allowed to Agents on all sums
amounting to $5,00 or more the monej
to be sent freo of postngo.
January G, 11)30.
JRAYERS adapted to various occasions of
JL social worship, for which provision is
not mado in llio Rook ofCommon Traycr, by
nt.l... r-.:.....i.i r- t. , ... ' J
ajioiiu viinnuiu. r or mio uy
SMITH & HARRINGTON.
LORILLARD'S Macaboy and Scotch
Snuff, do Chewing and Smokin? To
bacco at Factory Prices.
T. F. Si W. L. STRONG.
LIFE J LIFE! L.IFJE!
Illl JnNA. MmillK
Ssscucc of ZUfc.
A valuable Medicine, which if nglilly applied
win uo the means ol saving thousands
from an untimely grave.
It has boon sold una u'cd lor thirty years,
with great success, and found very rflicn
ciuus in llie following diseases, viz. Consump
tion, Whooping Coughs, common Coughs,
Colds, dilficult Breathing, Influenza. Qutnv,
Asthma, I'litiiisic, c-pillmg of llloo.l, Flatu
lency, Indigestion, Looseness of thu Bowels,
Fit of every kind, Cramps, Rickets, Colic,
Catarrh, Dyseuiery, Fainting, 1 1 pochondri.
ac Affections, Head-aches, Sickness at Stout,
nch, Measles, a prevcutnro of Cuntagious
Diseases, Gout and Rheumatism,
lLj"l his Eseciico answers a valualdo pur
pose in almost every case of debility; and
there are but fuiv, if ar.y diseases, whicli do
not arise Iroin thai source. Il may be given
lo cither sex, and al any pciiod. if weakness
prevail; llio composition boing entirely de
rivod from tho vegetable kingdom. " Tho
whooping-cough may bo cured in a week, if
taken at the commencement of tho disci.se.
Dose fur an adult, forty drops, taken clear, re
peatcd once in two hours, in urgent cases ; a
child 8 years old. 20 ; one year old, 10, given
in a talilo spoonful of milk. Thu best mode
of giving the diops lo infants is in a little
breast milk. But respect must be paid to the
ae and constitution of the patient, fui some
will bear double the quantity that others will
tho better way is to begin with small doses
and increase as the palicul may rcquiie. The
following aro a few of morn than a thousand
"The undersigned, ministers oflhe gospel
iu llio county of Windham, Terniont, know
ing the efficacy of Dr. Jonathan Muoie's Es
sence of Life, having used il ourselves in uur
families, consider il a valuable composition ;
particularly rfliciotis and useful in rrinoving
complaints of tho lungs, and indeed a safe
and restorative medicine iu llio various disear
scs named in tho Doctor's accompanying label
and do most cheerfully recommend its general
use, believing it wcllworthy llie patronage
of tho public." Oct- !). 182G.
Signed by Hosea Bcekley, Dummerston
Sylvester Sago, Westminster ; Jed. L. Stark,
Braltlcboro' ; Elisha D. Andrews, Putney ;
Chandler Bates, Philetus Clark'
'I, Stephen R. Bradley, of Westminster,
Vermont, do certify that I havo for some time
been well acquainted with the good effects
of Dr. Jonathan Moero's Essence of Life, in
my own family and others, and can rccom
mend it to bn an extremely safe and useful
family Medicine, in colds, coughs, and all dis
orders of tho lungs and breast ; in tho whoop
ing cough and all spasmodic complaints;
and mako no doubt that the citizens of Amer
ica would derive great benefit from a more
general uso of llio same. Being poisonally
acquainted with Dr. Moore, and finding him
to bo a discreet and well informed man, I can
nol but hopo he will meet willi due encour
agement. Stetiien R. Bradley.
Tha subscriber hereby certifies lliii he has
for moro than three years past frequently,
i: cases of coughs, obstrubtions upon llio
lungs and difficulty of breathing, experienced
the happy and salutary effects of tho use of
ur. Jonathan .Moore s Esscnco ol Luc, and
has witnessed the same in others, and verily
believes il lo bo the most salutary and cjficj.
cious medicine. PiiiNrus Wiiitk.
"Wo tho undersigned Physicians, who hayo
proved tho efficacy of Dr, Jonathan Mooro's
Essence of Lilo, conceive it our duly tonal-
ronizo llio medicine, and hre of opinion thai
if generally used, it will he of public utility,"
Signed Abel Duncan, Sjmuel Stearns.
Dutninorston ; Jonathan Badger, Wm, Town,
Westminster ; C. W. Chandler: Abram Hoi.
land, Walpolo : Nathan Slono, Ncwfano;
Charles Blake, Kccne ; Frescolt Hall. dies.
Tho above medicine is nrcnar-
rdbv HENRI' SEYMOUR, oflladlov. Mns.
fiom tho original recipo, by iho direction of
saiu niooro, anu solo Uy him and tho princi.
pal Druggists in the Uniicd Slates.
Thl' may certify to all whom il mav con.
corn, that I the subscriber, residing iu Hadlcy
Massachusetts, havo mado an improvement
in llio mcdicino invented by me, and denom
inated Dr. Jonathan Mooro's Essence ori-ifi..
and have communicated the recipo In Henry
ui cum iiuuiey, anil lo mm only.
Tho United Slates is full or tho sophisticated
article, and this is lo givo notice lo llio
public, that if they want Iho genuino Essdnco
or Life, Ihey must apply lo said Seymour or
nis agents, and bo particular to inquire for
that prepared by Henry Seymour.
Scpt.9. 1833. Dr. J. Moorc.
Ij'Suld, wholesale and retail, by J, Sz J. II.
PECK k co. Burlington, wholesale agenls
for thr-Ftnto of Vermont,
PERSONS AFFLICTED WITH
WILL find in Iho use of the ALBION
CORN PLASTER, one of llio most
efficacious remedies known for that trouble,
some complaint, as hundreds or thousands
can, and arc ready to testify, lo its having
answered a heller purpose thou any thing
they had ever used. This opplicalion nev
er causes iho least pain, although it soft
ens the Corn ann draws il out by the rontst
It gives immediate case as soon as applied,
and is as thorough as il is petit lo iu its
A gentleman near Greenfield writes:
'It has cured a Corn, which for years had
caused me inconceivable pain and trouble,
(after trying various other remedies;) and
having received such relief myself, I adviso
all, however obstinate tho complaint, lo
make trial of the Albion Corn Plaster, any
I have no doubt they will soon be as rcadd
to express Ihoir gratitude as I am."
An Agent, in writing for a further supply
ofllio Albion Corn Plaster, observes- "I
have mado sale ol all you sent me, and find
the article lo be all il professes to be, as
those who hove used it find it to prove the
best article for corns they have ever met with.
Price 50 cents a box, with directions.
THE BRITISH ANTISEPTIC
Renders Ihc teeth beautifully and per
manently white, embellishes llie enamel,
cmoves the footer arising from decayed
teelh, usually termed offeniivc breath, pre
vents their decay, and tooth ache, eradi
cates the scurvy from llie gntns, and im
parts a most desirable sweetness to tha
jCTAn cxperianced druggist pronounces
this Tooth Powder one of Iho best ho has
ever met with, either Foreign or Domestic.
Price 50 cents.
Dr: Relfe's Pills" for Females!
For Oblruclinn, Debility, lypnihomlriac
Green Sitknesi. Gitldinesi and Palpitation
oflhe Heart, Bad Digution, Loathing of
Food, and Pains nf the Stomach. Thu pills
purify dihI proinoie a bri.-k circulation of
the blood, when become sluggish and ob
oiructed I'riun iho foregoing disorders, re.
vive the regular habit of iho unhealthy fe
male, whose sickly and pnllted coiinlonanco
Incomes ro animated, and freshens with
the natural glow ol restored health. They
aro equnlly ctnducive lo the hrolth nf mar
ried ludies, except in caees of pregimncy
or Con-s'imptinn, when they must nol be fa
kcn. J'rico t?l 50 per box.
QTNnni; tin; genuine uiile- sinned T.
KIDDER, on Iho wrappt-r. (sole proprietor
and suicessnr to Dr. Cowav.) by whom
ihev un; fur talp nt his counting room. No.
99 Court street, Bo.-lon, and bv hi- special
nppMnnnieni. ny J. Si J. II. I'ECK Sl Uo.
n iw.i.i i. a A&I MMATIU I' LL
JL nave, iron IHtr Pllr.inn innru c..r.nnka
in giving iu-tanl relief, and in curing colds,
coughs, asthmas, difficulty of breathing, whec
zing, lightness oflhe chest, pain iu llie side,
spiltidg of blood, chills and shivcri ngs that
precede fevers and lung complaints generally !.
becomo ono of llie most popular medicides
known, and are sought after from every part
'J, -v.uuii' . ill.- tiaiiin iNiiiri
..... mum "u.-iiuuiu cases, anu giving llie most
unexpected relief, after cvciy other remedy
had faicd, and persons had given themselves
up in despair of a cure ! They have been
known lo cure persons supposed to bo far
gone in consumption, and exhibiting all the
appearance of approacning dissolution. And
such havo been the salulary effects cf theso
Pills, even in hopeless cases, as so far lo mili.
gale Iho sufferings oflhe daticnl, as evidently
lo prolong lifo for even days and weeks, anil
givu lo il a positive comfort they never ex
pected to enjoy. Tho operation of llie pills is
wonderful iu citing respiration, quieting tho
cough, and procuring comfortable rest.
Common eclds are fciquently removed in a
OJ' Although (save a person speaking of
Ihcso pills) my wile has tried various medi
cines of the first celebrity for an asthmatic
difficulty or affection of tho lungs, which at
limes was exceedingly distressing, confining
ner to her house for days ond weeks iogelhcr,
she finds nothing gives her the relief which
llelfe't Aslhinailc Pills do! easing her ;cspi
lion, puicling Ivor cough, and giving her
comfortable rest." And leis i- the leslimnny
ofliundrcds or Ihnusands. Thn relief which
a'tdptople. as well as others, experience from
tho uso of these pills m Iruly aslouishing. and
renders llicui invaluable to' many, and arc in
fact lo soino an essential cuxiliary lo their
comfort and almost lo llieir cxistenco ! A
physician informs iho proprietor that a gen.
Ilcmaa in tho country observed lo him, ho
had icason tobclieva tho uso of these pills had
been tho means of saving his life. Price
whole box, 30 pills $1 ; Iialfdo. 12 pilL 50 els.
DUMFItlKS' EYE WATER,
for soro or inflamed eyes. Nothing gives
such immediate and comtoiUbli: relief. On
recent soro eyes the effect is most salulary.
Whero Iho complaint has been of years stand
ing, and in some exceedingly bad cases, tho
most unexnccled anil ili-ciml.ln n!lnn
found in tho uso of IhisEyo Water aher every
olhcr remedy had failed, Persons who Jiavo
used il prunounco it without hesitation the
best preparation for these complaints Ihey have
over met with. Price, S5 cents a boltle. For
saio uy J. iy J. Ii PECK &. CO.
TO F. k W. L. STRONG now have Ihs
fc 9 pleasure of offering lo those who aro
desirous of findinir ilm .mr....
omy attainable in tho uso or stoves, a larpor
morn rnmr.l,.i,. .l i . ..' -'
,,, " i , " ""I'sr anorimcnt ol this
article, than has ever been offered in (his re
gion of country. Wo respectfully invito all
Ihoso who wish lo view the degrco of perfec
tion now attained, as well as tboso who wish
lo purchase, to call and examine these stoves.
1 no assortment consists of
ParkcrVPatc.it Prophesy '.Cooking, 4 sites
fctaiiloy',. Ruiary Top, do 5 do
I arker Gourd plate do
uo Klut back do
Conarifs pallcn:, (or Back Kitchen.)
Canada and Scotch plato Box, 5 shot,
I arlour Stoves, a new and splondid
article, 3 sizes,
together will) Box Sloves of various kinds,
suitable lor chinches, stores, offices, sho,w
i i . .. . -ww iuip, etc, rlrb
on hand, and all kinds orstovo TRl.VMItfGS
Burlington, Sepl. n, 1835.