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There is a bcaitlirul moral in llio following cfTu.
ion fiom llio ctcr sweet muse of Mis. Siooun.
Tlir.LADV.HUO AND TUG AN P.
The Lady Ung sat in llio roao'i! hcait,
And unilV. with pride nnd scorn.
.And die saw n plain, dicfscd Anl go h,
Willi a lioaiy grain orcorn,
So she drew llio ciul.iins nf damask round,
And ndjiislcd tier y i 11 en c?l,
M:iking tier gl im oT ii drop of iIcm',
That liiy in llio iosc's brc.isl.
Then she laughed so loud, llmt the. Ant looli'd up,
And teeing her haughty fiiec,
Took no more notice, but Iratcll'd on
At the f.i mo industrious pace
But a sudden lil.isl of Aiituinii came,
And rudely scpl llio ground,
And down llio toso willi ilia Lady-Bug bcnl,
Anil nc.UtcrM its Icittcs around.
Then llio liousclcss Lady was much nniaz'd,
For she knew not wheic to go,
And hoarse November's early iil.isl,
Had brought uitli it rain u nil enow,
Her wings were chill'd nnd licr feet uerccold,
AniUlic wished for the Aiil'if wnim cell,
Anil what sho did, In the wintry enow,
I'm sine 1 cannot tell.
But the careful Ant wns in her nest,
With her littlo ones by her side,
She taught I hem nil, like herself to toil,
Nor mind the sneer of prido :
And I thought, ns I sat m llio close of day,
Gating my Li c.iil nnd milk,
It wns wii-cr to woik nnd improvo my lime,
Thau bo idlo mid diets in silk.
A letter from Detroit in the Connecticut
Observer, sneaks of what an cmierant has
to encounter in Michigan, thus;
1st. Want of water. Tim N England
fanner is so much accustomed to a full sup
nlv of water that the- wont of ii scarcely
enters his mind. The springs that rush
from tho hill side, and the purling brook so
often crossed as wo travel from placo to
n ace. tho case with which the stock on a
farm can be supplied leads him to overlook
the valua of the blessing, or its lack in an
In Michigan, unless ho locates in the vi
ctntty of a creek or river, and these are
tew and far between.' he must din his well
from 20 to CO feet, to obtain water for his
family nnd stock of cattle.
Next, scarcity of stone. Here the far
mor i3 still more troubled. His well must
bo walled with brick or curbed with limber
When he builds his houso a dozen block
must constitute his foundation, or ho must
incur a heavy expense for brick. Half
dozen acres of his rmgh fartn in New
Encland would prove a nunc nf wealth to
Again. Water privileges arc scarce.
So level U tho country that but few sites
for water can be found. Tho farmer must
travel from 5 to 30 miles to a mill ; nnd
this with the smnllncss of the tree:!, lends
to rr.ako lumber difficult to be obtained, and
Again. II is difficult fencing a farm ar.il
will become more so. J no trees are ollen
small, and difficult to make into rails, nnd
while the lubor of preparing land for
tho plough is light, to fence it is often
matter of serious labor ; especially as
-often the case but ono length can bo obtain
.cd from a tree.
Again. The country compared with N
England is unhealthy, r ever and Ague i
very prevalent in new places, as aro In
tcrmittants, und most who come hero mus
undergo a seasoning. Said a friend to me
'1 would not civo a sixpenco for on etui
crant, who is not willing to undergo a six
month's seasoning of Fever and Ague, in
As tho country is improved it becomes
more healthy, but will. I think, ritrrr com
pare with N. England for health.
There is something in the pure atmos
phero of N England which gives an elaEti
city ol muscle, and bunvancv ot spirit
the population, winch i-,1 believe, unknown
throughout whole icest, and ever must
bo in a recion so level.
I attribute much of tho onorrry of char1
nctcr, the industry and cntorpriso of New
Lngland, to physical causes ; and urn per
suaded that the same individual can endure
much more severe service there than here.
With both sides of tho picture honestly,
nnd I believe fairly presented tn tho view
of my New England friends, I am willing
that each should judge as to what is best
fur himself. Permit mo to say, however,
that physical advantages, and accompany
ing disadvantages, nro much more equally
distributed through the world Ihnn many
imagine. The young who nro vigorous
nnd industrious with but tlendor menus for
beginning life, may do well to emigrate
to tho west.
But I with to repress that uneasy feeling
which I believe tn bo fo very prevalent in
N. England, amcng those who aro com
fnrttibly or even prosperous!) situated; but
who nro not in tho precise circumstances
Let mo os-fcurcsiich that an earthly para
dise will never be found by a removal
nnd it rarely conduces to tho comfort or
usefulness uf those who are past the merid
inn of lile, to remove from tho scenes of
their childhood tho land of (heir fathers
Could such clearly forepco the expense,
mo narusnip and exposure attending a jour
ticy, llio vexation and losses tn which they
nrc liable, tho privations to be endurod in
1 Jig log cabin, with its plain and scanty
furniture the lonely, homesick feeling
that steals over ono when surrounded by
btrangers--tlio probability of eickness and
ruifloring, they would reflect long and well
before they should tlecido upon a removal,
nnd very many would content themselves
where they are. '
ON reasonable terms, a house
and lot a few rudi north if the
Academy, Knnuirc at this twice
Lor of Duct, Wm, Atwatcr.
Ihtrlinglon March 17, IG30.
tillF. subscribers have received during
the past week n fresh supply o
l$0ii, Imperial, Bohca, Hyson Skin and
Young Hyton Teas; Colli), brown nnd
loaf Sugars. Pepper, Spice, Ginger (Jlovo6
Cosia &.C, which will be sold on llio belt
Li'..mui:i, Cunrij ryC--
May 27 injtj
VlTMlH tiubscribcr ha-i received from the
tk Grand Island a lurso Asortiriont ol
Dry Goo da,
Hardwa r c and
which ho is anxious to sell at a small ad
yance from cost
25 Barrels fitio Salt,
25 Bushels Herds Grass Seed,
50 Dushols Peas,
20 Bushels White Beans,
50 Bushels Wheat,
300 lbs Ball Butter,
2000 lbs Smoked Shoulders and
GOO lbs Smulcrd Hams.
Burlinrrtnn, April 15. 1 030.
A LARGE and splendid assortment just
rcccivd from the manufacturer !c for salo
by S. E. HOWARD,
rnHE subscriber has just received from
.1 tho Foundry of J. D. Ward, Vcr-
genncs, No. 2 and 3
Rotary Cooking Stoves Si.
Trimmings ; Box do.
Ploughs, &-C. fcc.
which ore ottered lor sale lor cash or ap
P. S- Ho wishes to call the attention of
the economical, to tho fuel and labor-sa
vina properties of the Rotary Stove, nnd its
peculiar adaptation as a Summer Cooking
Stove. By tho use of thu grate, a very
small amount of fuel is required for tho
culinary operations of any family ; less by
one half, it is believed, than is required by
any other Stove in use. Its form and
height is such that it admits of being pla
ccd in the fire places of ordinary kitchens
so that most of the heat and effluvia from it
passes off by tho chimney. The saving of
fuel effected by the Improved Rotary
one year, over that ol almost any other
Cooking btove, is fully equal to its cost
besides the superior facility and caro with
which tho several culinary operations arc
performed with it.
Also, Tea and Marliti Kettles of various
sizes, cast expressly for this btove.
Burlington, March 31, 1030.
The V a r i ct y Shop
AT BULINGTON, VT.
7SJ' have gold and silver Watchc
VT Jewelry, Chains, cheap and costly
blocks, l int cu and Uriltnnia ware Castors
Musical Instruments anil Instruction Bonks
Pcrfumary, Hair Oils, Powders, Soaps
Brushes, Cutlery, Candlesticks, SnnfietR
Trays, Lamp Wickf. Stocks, Bosoms
Backgammon Board, Visiting and Printiu
Cards, (a very good assortment of nil sizes
and colors) card Cases. Canes, Umbrellas
Elastic, Busks, sill; boot Lacings, overshoe
Buckles, Razcrs, Ink, Quills, Pencils, India
Rubber, Letter Stamps, Curls, fine Pic
lures, Toys. Drawing Boards and Paper.
sand Boxes, ink Stands, Confectionary, and
tho greatest variety that can ho found in
such a Shop.
Wo clean and repair nil kindiJ of Watch
es and Clocks, and make all kinds of Silver
Spoons and sup-ar Tongs ; Nursing Tube:
cufTin Plates, Honks and Rings, Trunk
Plates, &c. &e. at t Variety Shop.
PA.vnnonN & Buimsmaid
March 30. ifl30.
TTISTORYOFTHEURFPU MC OF A
MERIC'A.designed forschools or private
libraries, by Emma Willard. Principal of tlie
Troy Female Hem inary. r or sale uv
SMITH & HARRINGTON.
TTJR AYI'.RS adapted to vnriuus occasions of
JL Social worship, for which provision
not made in tho Book of Common Prayer, by
jsisliop unsworn, l or talc oy
SMITH & HARRINGTON
Linseed Oil for Salo.
fTIHE suliscribers have on hand Linseed
JL Oil ol tho best quality and will be at
all times happy tn supply Customers cither
ni tiicir store on tlio west side ol the Courl
houc squire or at the Oil mill ut ihe Falls
UlCKOK & CATI.IN.
Burlington, March 10, 103G.
rplll-: CHRISTIAN LYRE, a collection of
" Hyinsand tunes adapted lor social wor
ship, prayer meetings, nlc. with supplement
lorsalooy S.Mll'II ii lIAIllllNUTON.
uii marmng cioiuca: wmiout a pre
paration; it lias uccn useu uv persons
in tuts town lor aucui tiirec years and doo
not wasn mil. t'urliin s imlclliblc Ink to
be, used with a preparation, nnd it is war
ranted not to wash out, Williston's ludol
iblo Ink warranted to stand eoap and water
Perkins' Counting Houso red and Black
Ink; Iho best in use, Indian Ink, al tho vari
ety Shop PAsnnonN & Hiunsmaid,
A BOUT 00 Umbel's Herds Orats Seed
ot a superior qunlityand the growth of
1835, just received and for sale at
rjlIIE STORE and DWELLING next
JL door cast of Smith & Harrington's
Book Sloro, on Collcga-strcet.
March 15, 1830.
Herds Grass Seed.
THIS day received ond for sale n quan
tity of Herds Grass Seed by
Fni.T.ETT & BllADLEYS.
Bililiugtnu March 1-1, 1837.
(i A It DEN SEEDS,
.1 n noXBS KRES1I (1 ARDKN SEEDd, of
A" the l.itt jc.ir erowlh.
j. ki. ii. rix'K, co.
MjiiIi 21 8;iP
18 I h April, 1830.
HOWARD has just relumed from New
York and brounht with him veiy many
ntlielcs of light
SPUING GOODS-Such as CALICOES,
MUSLIMS, CAMBRICS. SILKS,
LACES, RIBBONS, SHAWLS,
Ildkfs. Bonnets, ft India Rubber Jlprons,
With n. rrre.nt variotv of Fushionablo and
seasonable arllclos, which will bo sold at llio
accustomed regular advance ol tno uuick anu
cheap low prico system.
NEW AMEIUCAN GARUNKK con.
tainlng practical directions on tho cul
turo of Fruit and Vcgolablcs, including land.
scapes and ornamental uaruemng, urapo
Vines, Silk, Strawberties--Uy 1 nomas ti.
Fcsscndcn, editor Now England Farnior, for
salo by Smith ti Harrington.
200 Bushels Wheat,
300 Bushels Rye,
for sale by T. F. & W. L. STRONG
tfVNE ELEGANT AS THAI JUAMr
VJ for sale very low by
C. WAIN WRIGHT.
Burlington, April 22. I03G.
To Let on reasonable lerms
0TilllE wholo of the laruo Commodious
store situated on tho North side of
tho Court houso square in Burlington next
door West of John Pecks slorc. Tho irst
story and cellcr below, is convenient for two
6torcsor it may oe useu bh ono largo Btoro
for extensive business. I hero aro tnreo
larro Chambers, well suited for Offices, or
mechanics' 6hops. It will be leased in
whole or in parts, if application is mado
Soon. For terms apply to Win. A. oris
lor JIRtill. JJUKlVriKi.
Burlington April 0, 1H3C.
fTMIE House ond lot, on Pearl
JL known as the Storrs
terms, apply to
March 23, 1030.
THE subscriber offers
for salo on reasonable
terms his houso and lot
... on tho west side of Col
aVfcS!iui ises consist of H acre, of
lands on which there is a good orchard a
stnallbut convenient house, out buildings, &c
For further particulars and terms, apply
to Samuel Rked.
Burlington March 24, 1830.
Also, for sale, ns above, PEW. No. M
St. Paul's Church.
'FORMERLY from Dover, N. II. takes this
tO opportunity to inform his friends and
the nuhlic (hat ho has opened a Botanic In!':,
manat tho Grccu Mountain House, in Pearl
street, Uuilington, Vermont, where ho has
fitted up rooms for the accommodation of llic
sick and infirm, and will piactico in strict
conformity to tho system of Doct. Samuel
Thomson of Boston, who has now becoino so
celebrated, not only in the United Stales, but
in Europe. "The Thomsonian System" has
not only received tho entire approbation of all
who havo tried its merits, but it lias also re.
ceived the unqualified approbation of many of
the rcaular l'raclitionors. Uoct.W.would be;
Icavo to say lo strangers, in rcirard to hi
qualifications, that he lias spent thrco years
diligently studying llio principles ol Ins pro
fission, with Doct. Thomson and other dis
tinguished practitioners that ho has visited all
the Jnhrmancs in ixow t,nglanu,anU can con
fidently offer himself to Iho public as well
qualified to administer to tho diseases of tho
sick, so far as preparatory studies r.nd tho
best advantages for information, will onahlo
him to do.
Mrs. Whichcr having been at great pains to
acquire information in Botanic practice, and
having nan iwo years experience in thu pro.
fession with her husband, will tako charso of
thn female dcpirlment of the Infirmary.
Doct. Y. m addition, would beg leavo to
report a number ol'curcs performed under his
own lianu. i- irst, llio euro ot William Walk
or of Franklin, N. II , who wasontiroly cured
of Iho Rheumatism and Straugcry in their
worst stages, in tho courso of twelve davs.
nftor battling tho skill of all tho learned doe
tors m llic country.
.Second, tho caso of Robert Salby, cured of
ii uau cyu, in uvo nays, aitur Having been do.
prived of his sight for a very considerable
Third, the cure ofFidclia Elkinp of North
fiold, N.II. deprived of her reason seven vcars
was restored to it again after a treatment of
cignioen oays, anu to period bodily health.
Fourth, tho euro of Adchno Ham, bad oyes
for six yoars, exceedingly sore entirely cured
in fivo days.
Fifth, tho euro of Martha Scrutin, swelled
neck, supposed lo be Kings-Evil cured in fivo
Sixth, the euro of Mr Maro. This waa a
casoofAstlima.wbleh had conlinuod ono year
and was cured in four days.
Sovcnth, the euro of Sibil Walton, wa a
caso of Dyspepsia, Rheumatism and Croup
cured in oightdays.
i-.igiu, tno cuio ol Elmcdia Quimby,curod
of Consumption, after having been given over
"J " "tmiN III 1110 piaco.
Curo of Jacob Sawvor
of Dropsy and Fevor-Sores, scvonlc'en' years
clnmlinr ... Cm. ... 1. -
Tho caso of Amelia Whichcr, after twenty
yeais sickness or Dropsy. DvBpopsia and Pa
ralelic shock, and of taking opium six years
was cuicd in twenty days.
Mr V. has had 'two hundred patients and
has given between four nnd fivo hundred
coursos ror complaints or all doscriplions.wilh
cni.ro stiecess. Mr. W. is satisfied that his
modo c-rtrcatnient has all tho beneficial effects
or a visit lo Iho springs whilo it saves tho
patient in many cases, an enormous oxponsc.
Mr V. would inrorm his friends that ho has
on hand a complcto assortment or Botanic
Medicines, from tho hand or Doet. Samuel
I hoinson. That ho has also family tlghS
Doct Robinson's Bitters for talo.
Mr W.acis as agent for I)oc. .vamel
Ihomson ofl oslun, not Benjamin' Thompson
. .7 ' "or Jcso Thompson of
iiiuuiii vurnuii cuarics-stioet, lloston,
N B. Patients bhould always havo a chaniro
or linen when Ihcy put thomselves under his
earo- April M, 1830.
1K subscriber having closed business
. in this place, and being about to leave
town, rcspcclluliy requests an persona in
debted to him, to make payment previous
to the 10th of May next.
Ho would also take this occasion to len
der his thanks to thoso who havo patroniz
ed him sineo ho has been in business nore.
T. CON EN Ml.
Burlington, April 19, 1030.
WHICH contains mora Vegetable vUU
rilaae than any other known sub
stance. It is tho best article nsctl in caBo
of CqIcIs, Coughs, ABthmas, &c. nntl is a
good nnd economical nrticlo for making nil
kinds of Jollies, Ida Mango, eicjior saio oy
tho package, 25 cts. each at the Variety
Shop by PANauonN & Bhinsmaio.
Uurlinglon, April 7, 'jJt.
THE subscribers having formed a co
partnership in business in tho name
and slilo of
KATimOF & FOTWXN,
and having purchased tho entire stock ot
goods of II. W. Potwin & Co., will con
tinue the mercantile business at mo oiu
stand recently occupied by them in all its
Having mado arrangements to receive
supplies of goods at all times of the season
carefully selecteclcd by ono of tho firm.
they intend that their store shall at all
times be stocked with the choicest selec
tions of rich, fashionnble.ancj and staple
Duv Goods tho market affords.
They have a full and complete assortment
of family Groceries, such ns Imperial, Old
and Young Hyson, Hyeon Hkin, t'ouchong.
Souchong and Bohea Teas; loaf, lump and
brown SucEits; 1'opper, bpice, Uingcr.
Cloves, Mace, Nutmess, Sataratus, Cur
rents, Prunes, Citrons, Box and Keg Rai
They have also in connection one of tho
first Drttgg & Medical establishments in
this part ot the country, to which depart
ment tho most particular attention will at
all times bo given. Phisicians may at all
limes bo supplied with any article in the
above Hue on the most reasonable terms.
H. W. Potwin.
Burlington, Jan. 15, 1030.
1 or bale.
TTN Williston, Verniont, One Aero and
fl. half of Land, with a Inrno brick Store,
Dwelling-house. Tnylor-shup, Store house
and large convenient Out buildings, being
the premises now occupied by Fuller &
Morton in the village of Williston, ond ono
of the best stand.) for business in this part
of the state. Ar.so about thirty acres of
EXCELLENT MOWING LAND,
fronting tho turnpike, and near the Acnde
my. Ar.so Qno hundred acres of laud
called the ATJ G U R FAR M seventy
acres of which ia under improvement, nnd
in good state of cultivation, with a Sugar
Orchard of 250 trees, and an Orchard of
excellent Fruil. Also, Forty Acrc3 with
a good orchard of about 75 apple trees on
it, occupied for pasture. Ai.so Ono acre
with a Small II O U S E upon the same.
Ar.so 10 Acres of land in Bolton, about
ono half of which is under improvement.
Apply to A. J. FULLER, Willi.ston.
or II. LEAVENWORTH,
Willis'ton, May IC35. rBurlitigton.
DOCT. BENJAMIN THOMPSON, foun
der of the Concord Botanic Infirmary,
feeling a deep interest in tho causo of sufi'er
ing humanity, and, determined to uso his ut
most exertions to complete that reform in
medical practice, which has already so gloi i
ously commenced, has opened an lrtfirmary in
tho Mansion House, on Uuilington square.
The unparalleled success which has attend,
cd his practice in Now Yoik, Boston and Con.
cord, in which places he hut had several thou
sand patients under his care, (more, probably,
than any oilier practitioner in tho civilized
world in tho samo timo.) will bo n sufficient
guaranty of the confidenco of llio intelligent
citizens of Vermont. Thoso who aro acquaint
ed with tho Thompsonian system of practice
Irom personal knowledge, need no commend
alion of its trulv wonderful virtues. "To
such, (as says iho vcnerablo Dr. Bcnj. Wnlcr-
liouso, lor many years prolessor ol Materia
Modica in tho University of Cambridge) it is
the anchor of hope Iho most invaluablo or
earthly blessings." But with thoso who havo
never had an opportunity of witnessing its
health-preserving and restoring inllucncrs, it
is the part of common sense and discretion,
candidly to cxamino its claims, and not fas
has loo often been the case condemn Iho Bo
tanic Physician unseen and unheard.
Duel. Thompson, although ho is unwilling
to assumoand defend tho mal-practico which
has characterised somo or tho prolondod
Thompsonian practitioners, seeks not to hido
himself from public scrutiny, but solicits freo
and fair discussion, and a fair comparison of
tho Botanic with tho Mineral practice. This
courso ho has always dosircd, and hits repcat
pdlv. in his former communications to the
public, challenged tho regular physicians to a
COIIipariSOIl Ul lllUllJUII.au, iu;
systems. Ho who candidly engagos in tho
invostiualion of tho systom.will find its theory
of discaso simple, yet supported by sound
reasoning its practico based upon, and in
accordanco with that theory, simple yet effect,
ual, and tho success that has attended it,
wondoriul boyond any thing which has pre.
ccdod it in llio history of nicdicino.
Tho Fomalo Department or tho Infirmary
le constantly under Iho supcrintendanco or a
remalo, who is competent to perform nil tho
d'jlics unsigned to that department.
1'crms Three dollars per week for board,
and thrco dollars for oach courso of nicdicino,
and if only ono courso proves necessary, ono
dollar oxtra is charged.
No accounts will bo opened. Payment
must, in all cases, bo mado in advance.
N. U. A gonoral assortment of gonuino
Botanic Mcdicino, for sale, together with sov.
oral works on tho Botanic Systom, which havo
not before been ofiVrcd to tho public, for which
Doct. Thompson and his brother in Boston,
aro solo agents for Iho principal part of tho
Now England Stales. Further particulars
Mar, It) 30,
CLOVER SEED, by
J. . PECIi oy CO.
April 23, 1C3C
VVinooski Patent Block Man
rflHE Directors of this Company res
JL pccll'ully inform their friends nnd the
Maralime public of tho United Slates gen
erally, that they have purchased the whole
of iho establishment formerly known as
tho Livingston Potent Block Machinery,
with all tho extension of the patent rights
recently granted by Congress to Thomas
Blanchard, Esq. tho original inventor and
patentee, together with all Iho late im.
provements mado and patented by him.
They have manufactured and now offer
for sale a larso stock of machine made,
solid, common and bushed Ship's Tackle
Blocks, from 5 to 9 inches, and machine
rnado Plank Blocks, from 7 to 10 inches,
and other articles on reasonable terms.
They further inform tho public that they
have mado arrangements for removing
their machinery from Now York to tho
site of a new mill with an 00 horso power
water wheel built ospresely to reccivo it
at Burlington, Vt. in tho heart of a coun
try abounding with the finest and best of
timber for their purpose whence they in
tend sending to tho Now York market n
large, constant, and regular supply of these
and other articles in tho Block making
line. They further add that it is their
intention to increase the machinery so as
to meet the present and future demands of
the blockmaking trade and maratime public
throughout the United States.
ThFs Company has lately been incorpo
ralctl by tho State ol'Vorniont with a largo
capital expressly for this purpose
A largo discount will be allowed to tho
trade, and a liberal discount to ship chand-
lcics and others. ETOrdcrs addressed lo
William Serrell, supcrintendant at tho
company's office and store, No. 04 South
street. N. York, will meet due attention.
Burlington, 21st March, 1830.
jLIFB ! LIFE ! jLIFJE !
in. jona. luoonn s
A valuable Mcdicino, which if rightly applied
will bo tho means ol saving thousands
from an untimely grave.
Tt has been sold anu used for thirty years
JLwith great success, and found very effica
cious in tho following diseases, viz. Consump
tion, Whooping Coughs, common Coughs,
Colds, difficult Breathing, Influenza, Quinsy,
Asllima, l'litnisic, Spitting ot lilood, i latu
loncy, Indigestion, Looseness of the Bowels,
His ol every Kind, tjramps, nickels, Uolic
Calami, Uysotitory, t aiming, llypocliondn
ac A flections, Hcad-aohcs, Sickness at Stom
ach, Measles, a prcvcutuio of Contagious
Diseases, uout and Rheumatism,
0This Essonco answers a valuable pur
poso in almost every caso of debility: and
thcro aro but few, if ar.y diseases, which do
not arise f.-om that source. It may bo riven
lo either sex, and at any pciiod. if weakness
provail ; the composilinn being entirety de
rived from the vcsctablo kini-dom. The
wliuonini'-conyli may bo cured in a week, if
taken ut Iho commencement of tho discl.se
Doso fur an adult, forty drops, taken clear, rc
pealed onco in two liours, m urccnt cases ; c
child b years old, 20 s ono year old, 10, given
in a table spoonful of milk. The best mode
of inviti'- Iho diop3 to infants is in a little
breast milk. Hut respect must be paid lo the
age and constitution of the patient, for some
will bear double the quantity that others will
the heller way is lo begin with small doses
and increase as the patient may require. The
I'ollnwing nro n fow of more than a thousand
11 K C 031 ME N 1) AT IO N S .
"Tho uudcrsignod. ministers of llio gospel
initio county ol Windliam, I crmont, know
ing llio efficacy uf Dr. Jonathan Mooic's Es
sence of Life, having used it ourselves in our
families, consider it a valuable composition
particularly chicious and useful in removing
complaints of the lungs, and indeed a safe
and restorative nicdicino in the various diseaf
scs named in the Doctor's nccoiiii.an vinir labe
and do most cheerfully recommend its general
use, believing it wcll'worthy llio palronago
ol tlio public." Uct- U. 1820.
Signed by Ilosca Bcckloy, Dumnicrston
Sylvester Sage, Westminster ; Jed. L. Stark,
Brattleboro' ; Elisha D. Andrews, Putney;
Uh'tndlcr Hates, I'hiletus Clark'
'I, Stephen R. Bradley, of Westminster,
Vermont, do certify thai 1 havo for some time
been well acquainted with Iho good ell'ccts
of Dr. Jonathan Mocro's Essonco of Life, in
my own family and others, and can recom
mend it to bo an extremely safe and useful
family Medicine, in colds, coughs, ond all dis
orders of Iho lungs and breast ; in Iho whoop
ing cough and all spasmodic complaints;
and malio nn doubt that the citizens of Amer
ica would de.-ivo great benefit from a more
ffoncral uso of tho samo. Being pcjsonally
acquainted with Dr. Moore, and finding him
to ho a discreet and well informed man, ( can
not but hopo ho will moot with duo encour
agement. Stchien R. Braulev.
Tho subscriber hereby certifies lint ho has
for moro than thrco years past frequently,
1:1 cases ol' coughs, olistruhtions upon tho
lungs and difficulty of brcalhing, experienced
tho happy and salutary olfeels of tho uso or
Dr. Jonathan Moore's Esscnca of Life, and
has witnessed tho samo in others, and vorily
believes it to bo tho most salutary and effiea.
cious mcdicino. Puineas Wiiitf.
"Wo tho undersigned Physicians, who hayo
nroved tho efficacy of Dr, Jonathan Mooro's
Essonco of Lifu, concoivo it our duty to pat-
ronizo tho mcdicino, and lire of opinion that
irgcnorally used, it will bo of public utility."
Signal aoci Duncan, hjmucl steams.
Duinmorslon ; Jonathan JIadgcr, Wm. Town
Westminster ; C. W. Chandler : Abram Hoi
land, Wnlpnlo : Nathan Stono, Nawfano;
Charles JJIake, Kccno; l'rcscolt Hall, dies
The above medicine is prcpar
ed bv HENRI' SEYMOUR. oNladlov. Mass.
from the original recipe, by Iho direction or
said Aiooro, ami sold oy nun and tho princi.
pui wru'isis in mo uiiucu otaics.
This may ccrtll'y to all whom it may con
cern, that I the subscriber, residing in IJadlcy
Massachusetts, havo mado an itnprovomont
in llio mcdicino in vented by me, and denom
inated Dr. Jonathan Mooro's Esscnco of Life,
and havo communicated tho rccipo to Henry
Soymour of said Iladley, and to him only.
Tho United Slates is full of tho sophisticated
article, and this is to givo notieo to tho
public, that if they n-anl llio genuino Essdnco
of Life, thoy must apply to said Seymour or
his agents, and bu paiticulur to inquire for
that proparcd by Henry Seymour.
Scpt.O. 1033. Dr. J. Moonu.
iCSold, wholesale and retail, by J, & J. II.
PECK & co. Burlington, wholesale agcnl3
for tho stale of Vermont,
fi. 'I JMUMMMiiiiil
Jerico Window Glass,
100 do Rcdford,
, . -35. J. & J. II- PKCK & CO.
2 Tierces superior clover seed, just re
ceived and for salo by
SIDNEY JJAKI.U VV .
May II, 1030.
iEtna Insurance Company.
?pilfi subscriber continues to insuro all
k kinds of real ond personal property
as agent for said Company, to whom ap
plication may at all times bo mado at his
Ofiico in Burlington. Tic- established
reputation of this Company for stability,
fairness and liberality in their dealings.
needs no further commendation.
Wm. A. Grttswor.D.
Burlington, April C, 1030.
Fashionable Spring Goods.
LATHROP &. POTWIN, arc receiv
ing from New Yotk a few packages
Eurooean and American Dry Goods, suit-
able fur llio Spring trade.
They arc now opening one case supcro
French Muslins ono do.
London Prints a few choice
Patterns if called for soon. Also, n few
Pioccs RICH PATTERN SILKS, Fancy
Handkfs. &c. &c.
April 10, 1030.
Tons, which will bo sold as low
TcU packed in Sound Barrels, as can
be purchased of our neighbors in bulk
no charge for Casks.
Jan, 7. Hickoic fcCAUtit.
with nnd without
Locks and Keys, at the Voriety Shop,
1'ANOUOIIN 61 ISni.NSMAlD.
THE subscribers have formed a copart
nership in business, under tho linn of
Lemuel Curtis eV Co. at the old stand of
CHARLES L. CURTIS.
Burlington, l0(t May, 1030.
Lemuel Curtis & Co.
ARE now opening their Spring and
Summer Stock ol Goods, comprising
a very large and cxtctitivo stock. Tho
following nro a fow ol'tho leading articles :
Black Italian, do. Gro Dc Swiss, plain,
lig'd and plaid Gro De Nap, Silks ; blk.
nnd cal'd Camlets; Pongees andSynchcuos!
French Muslins and Cambric Prints; Eng.
and German Gingham-: book, mull, Swiff,
cambris nnd Jacnnctt Mu.-lins; Bishop
Lawns, long Lawns, Bob'tond mole Laces;
Eriiiinotts, Princettus, Bombazine': brown
ond Btripu Drilling?; blk. and mix'd Last
ings -, buck end inallewati Vrisus ; molo
Skins and Fustian?, Linr.cn Shirtings; do.
Slit-clings ; birds pyo Diapers ; 3 to 10-1
sowing Silk ; Herman and Ipsola Shawls
5 (o 12-1 Merino Shawls, blk. ond red ;
3 to 7-1 Thibet do. du.; Gro Do Nap ami
oilier H ill; IV; a large stock of bonnet, cap
and Foflelas Ribbons; foundation Muslins ;
book do.; common Linnings : I case blue,
scarlet und Green Moorcens ; (I do. cheap
PiintF, from I! to 12 1-2 cents; &c. &c.
Burtinglun, May 12, 1030.
THE uiulcri-igni'd having purchased of
P. HALL his entire block of Good.-,
will continue and enlarge Ihe
23vi ootra JiU0tuc6fif,
at tho stand formerly occupied by Hall &
Stearns, recently P. Hall, wheru he will
have constantly a full variety of seasonable
Goods; nnd respectfully solicits Ihe pat
ronage uf all former friends and patrons.
Jmt received, an extensive and well se
lected assortment "f LOOKING ULASS
ES, which are ullercd at reduced prices.
Church strctl, March 23.
TOBACCO 4- SNUFF.
LORILLARD'S Macaboyond Scotch
Snuff, do Chewing and Smoking To
bacco at Factory Prices.
T. F. Si W. L. STRONG.
THE SPRINGFIELD FIRE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, insure on
tho most favornhlo terms, Dwelling Housed
Stores, nnd other buildings, Furnilurc,tXi
Merchandize nf every description, against
loss or damage by fire. Application for
insurance will receive immediate attention.
fefrp F. Si W. L. STRONG now have Iho
Q plcasuro of offering to thoso who nro
desirous of finding tho most comfort und econ
omy attainablo in Iho uso of stoves, a larger,
moro complete, and cheaper assortment of this
article, than has ever boon offered in this re
gion of country. Wo respectfully invito all
Ihoso who wish to view tho degreo or perfec
tion now attained, as well ui thoso who wish
to purclmso, to call and cxamino theso stoves.
Tho assortment consists of
Parker's 'Patent Prophesy Cooking, 4 sizes
Stanloy's Rotary Top, do 5 do
Parker's Gourd plato do
do Flat back do
Conant's pattern, (or Back Kitchen,)
Canada and Scotch plato Box, 5 sizes,
Parlour Stoves, a new and splondid
article, 3 sizes,
together with Box Slovos of various liinJa,
suitable for churches, stores, offices, shops,
school houses, fivo aero lots, See, Sic. PIPE
on hand, and all kinds ofstove TRIMMINGS
mado to order.
Burlington, Sept. 0, It)J5.
ii) Paru, and