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May 20, 1836.
LEMUEL CURTIS &, CO. havo re
ceived, in addition lo their last weeks
arrival, a choico selection of Broadcloths,
of every color, quality and price, from 173
to 9 00.; nbb'd Buckskins; Cossiuiercs , :
mix'd Lnstings; Crapo do.; Bcnvertocns ;
4 and C 4 Tickings; 5 0 and 12-1 linen
Sheetings : Umbrellas, Parasols ; Bumba
inos. fioni 00o. to $3; Glass Clolh ; linen,
cumbrio ami pongee Ildkfs.; black, Italian
and English Chrck; Cravats! green clastic
nnd common Brnccs; 0 to 1 1-1 bro. linen
Table Cloths i do. bleach'd do ; worsted
Damask col'd ilo : 100 pits, common Pins ;
German do; Monks and Eyes ; cheap vest
and cost Muttons i enrfet Rings ; Tnpoi;
cotton Tlirciul; cheap Dross Ildkfs ; Os
saburgs, l)ucki, Russia Sheetings, Sic.
KEIIN & EVANS
KAVE just received from Now York,
their spring supply of goods, com.
prising a choico selection of CLOTHS,
CASSIMEIIES, rUSTLYGS, TRM
MIXGS, i(C. winch with thoir former
stock, makes their assortment the best
they have ever offered. And not withstand
ing the present unparalleled high prices ol
goods in market, our arrangements are such
that we shall fli'l be enabled to turnisli our
customers with wry superior articles at
a email advance t 'rum former prices for
We will toko the present occasion oho,
to correct an erroneous impression, that
wc sell only to those who employ us lo
make ihcir garmcn's. This is entirely a
mistake. Much as it might g ratify us to do
our friends justice in tlnyii, as well as the
fabric, we shall nevertheless bo equally
happy to furnii-h the materials for those
who may find it inoiu convenient to employ
Burlington. May 12, U33G.
ifNE case more fiine I-jnglUli Straw
VJ Bonnets, this day received bv the sub
fcribers LATI1ROP Si POTWIN.
BAGS White and Brown East India
Sugar. 2 IHnls. Purto Rico do. for
la lo by niCKOK Si CA TLIJV.
A COMPLETE Stock of Gauze Lust
XX ring and Satin Ribbons'uf all widths,
and comprising very rare and desirable
colors. AUo Plaid nndlplain Gro de Nap
Silks. Sewing Silk, Oyfiinchella, Chally &
Ipsula Shawls. 4 do,. French and Swiss
workd Capes and Collars from 25 els. to
410. Thread Muslin-. Bnbb'l Blonde vEdg
jugs and Inserting, 4-4 French Prints and
LEMUEL CURTIS & CO.
Juno 3, 1036.
zr BARRELS, for sale by
w ma ICO K &. CA TLIM.
T DO O LITTLE is now rrcp'iving his
JL spring supply of GOODS, com
prising a general anil well selected assort
merit of Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery
JfC which will be sold al the lowest prices
May 10, 1836.
O MUDS, just received and for saloby
i Dry Groceries.
'? rflHE subscribers h.-tvu on hand a great
X. variety of superior family Groceries
... s. ........ r n i,;,,,i
-.uis, r runs, fee. arc. wincu win uo sum uu inu
most reasonable! terms.
LATIIROP & POTWIN
.May 27, 1836.
Shoes and Boots.
r ISM U EL CURTIS & CO. have now
JLi a gnod assortment of Ladies English
and French kid Slips; gaiter Boots and
walking Shoes; gcntluiiicns summer Boot
do. half Boots ; do. I'oaun and walkin
Shoes. May 20, 1036
I II IS II MOSS,
1X7"I1ICII contains muro Vegetable Mu
TT cilagc than any oilier known tub
rtaiicc. It is the best nrlicle used in case
of Colds, Coughs, Asl hums, &c. nnd is
good and economical nrlicle for making
kinds nf Jellies, Bla Mongo, &c.'for suloliy
the package, 25 els. each at the Variety
Shop by IMlsOHOUS ii JilUNf.M AID.
Burlington, April 7, 1935.
A beautiful assortment of 4 4 French
Cambric Prints of iho most desirable
nlyle, also French mu-lirs Jackonctts &c.
10 Cases comprising Dnvor, Merrimack
nnd English Prints, for hale low by tho
piece by Lemui.i: Conns & Co.
May 20, 1036.
ASYS'PEM of Universal History in
pcrfpectivc, accompanied by an Alias
exhibiting chronology in a picture of na
tions and progressive Geography in a scries
of map?, designed for tc -iiols and acade
mies. By Emma Willard, Principal of the
Troy Female Seminary, fur tulo by
Smith & llAnniNfiTON.
OJ reasonable terms, a house
and lot a few rods north of the
Academy, V.nquire at this office
or of Doct, Win, Atwatcr,
Burlington March 17, 1836.
RiIIE subscribers have received during
lb the past week a fresh supply u
Hyson, Imperial, Bohco, Hyson Skin and
Young Hyson Teas; Colli, bruwn nnd
Jnaf Sugars. Pepper, Spice, Ginger Cloves
Casiu &(,', which will bo sold on the bust
Li;mu:i. Cujitis iVCo.
May tl 183.
HE Subscriber has received Irnm me
Grand Island a largo Asurtmcnt ol
H a r tl w a r c and
which ho i3 anxious lo sell at a small ad
vancc from cost
A L S O
25 Barrels fine Salt,
25 Uiishe.'s Herds Grass Seed,
50 Bushels Peas,
20 Bushels White Beans,
50 Bushels Wheat,
300 lbs Ball Butter,
2000 lbs Smoked Shoulders and
COO lbs Smoked Hams.
Burlington April 15, 1030.
A LARGE and splendid assortment jusl
ijL receivd from the manufacturer & for sale
by S. E. HOWARD,
IHE subscriber has just received from
L the Foundry of J. D. Ward, Ver
ennos, No. 2 and 3
Rotary Cooking Stoves &,
Trimmings ; Box do.
Ploughs, &c. &c.
which aro offered for sale fur cash or ap
P. to. lie wishes to call the attention ol
the economical, to the fuel and labor-fa
ving properties of the Rotary Stove, nnd its
peculiar adaptation as a Summer Cookin.
aiovc. uytlio use ot tlio grate, a very
mall amount of fuel is required for the
culinary operations of any family ; less by
one half, it is believed, than is required by
any other Siovc in uso. Its form and
height is such that it admits of being pla
ced in thu lire places of ordinary kitchens,
so that most of the heat and effluvia from ii
passes off by the chimney. The saving of
fuel effected by the Improved Rutary, in
one year, over that ot almost any other
Cooking Stove, is fully equal to its cost,
besides the superior facility and care with
which the several culinary operations nre
performed wilh it.
Jllso, lea and Marlin Kettles of various
sizes, cast expressly for this Stove.
Burlington, March 31, 1830.
Tho V a r i et y Shop
TL liU LIJSG l UJX, V T.
E have gold and silver Watches.
Jewelry, Chain?, cliean and costlv
Clocks, Plated and Briltauia Ware Castors,
Musical Instruments and Instruction Books,
Pcrfumary, Hair Oils, Fowdcrs, Soaps,
Brushes, Cutlery, Candlesticks, Snuffers,
Trays, Lamp Wicks. Stocks, Bosoms
UacKgammon Board, Visiting and Printing
Cards, (a very good assorlmout of all sizes
and colors) card Cases. Canes, Umbrellas,
Elastics, Busks, silk boot Lacings, overshoe
Buckles, Razors, Ink, Quills, Pencils, India
Rubber, Letter Slamps, Curls, fine Pic
tures. Toys. Drawing Boards and Paper,
sand Boxes, ml: blonds, Coulectionary, and
the greatest variety that can be found in
such a Shop.
We clean and repair all kinds of Watch
c and Clocks, and make all kinds of Silver
Spoons and sugar Tongs ; Nursing Tubes,
coffin Plates, Hooks nnd Rings, Trunk
Plates, &c. &c at the Varielv Shop.
P.iNnuonN & BlllNSMAln.
March ZQ. 1836.
TJISTORY OF THE REPUBLIC OF A
MERIC'A.designed for schools or private
libraries, by Emma Willard. Principal of tho
J roy i cmale bemin-ary 1'orsaleqv
SMITH & HARRINGTON.
TJRAYERS adapted to various occasions of
JL social worship, lor which provision is
not marie in Iho Book of Common Prayer, by
Bishop Grisvvold. For sale by
SMITH & HARRINGTON.
Linseed Oil for Sale.
nnllE subscribers have on hand Linseed
X Oil ol tho best quality and will be at
nil times happy to supply Customers cither
ni muir siore on iho wesunle ol the Court
house squire or at the Oil mill at the Falls
Hickok Si Catmn,
Burlington, March 10. 1030.
rpIIC CHRISTIAN LYRE, a collection or
- Jlymsand lunes adapted lor social wor
ship, prayer meetings, etc. witli supplement
lorsaloby SMITH & HARRINGTON.
FOR marking clothes: without a pre
paration; it has been used by persons
in this town for abeut three years and doos
not wash out. Perkin's Indelhble Ink to
be, used with a preparation, and it is war
ranted not to wash out, Williston's Indel
ible Ink warranted In stand soap and water.
Perkins' Cuunting Ilnuso red and Black
Ink; the best in uso, Indian Ink; at the vari
ety Shop Panodoun &, Biunsmaid.
A BOUT 60 Bmhol's Herds Grass Seed
ot n superior qualityand the growth of
1835. just received and for sale at
THE STORE and DWELLING next
door cast of Smith & Harrington's
Book Store, on College-street.
March 15, 1836.
Herds Grass Seed.
THIS day received and for sale a quan.
tity of Herds Grass Sctd by
Fui.i.ett &. BnAUI.EVS.
Burlington March 14, 1837.
n.lli ni?iV uni?nw!
is uw.L,a l ui.sil u.lliui,, skuiw,
AVf Ike lati jearsgiomh.
t oi J-& J. N. PECK, CO.
.Ma.ch 21, IS.ii:
A rfV M " ' I . 1 ... . ........ .
Gontlomens' Summer Hats.
4CA5.D oupcr nncu aiiu wiinmcu gun
' itnmena' hale. 2 do. coarso leghorn.
L. CURTIS & CO.
Sheetings, Cotton Yarn, &c.
1 K BALISS Cornwall anil Lawrence
A J Sheetings, lor sale cheap by the bale
or pieco. Also, u oaioi anirungs uo. ouu
lbs. Uotton Yarn, Irom INo. 5 to 10.
Lemuki. Cun-ris oi to.
Burlington, May 20, 1830.
NEW AMERICAN GARDNER con.
taining practical directions on Iho cul'
luro of Fruit and Vegetables, including land
scopes and ornamental Uardcning, urapo
Vines. Silk. Strawberiies bv Thomas G.
Pcsscndcn, editor Now England Farmor, for
talO tiy SMITH te I1ABKINOTOJI.
200 Bushels Wheat,
300 Bushels Rye,
for salo by T. F. & W. L. STRONG.
NE ELEGANT ASTRAL LAMP
for tale very low by
C. WAIINWKlUni .
Burlington, April 22, 1030.
To Let on reasonable 1 erms.
HE whole of tho largo Commodious
store situated on thu North sidu of
tho Court house square in Builington next
door West ol John Pecks store. I lie nrst
story and celler below, is convenient for two
stores or it mav be used as one largo store
for extensive business. There are three
larpc Chambers, well suited for Offices, or
mechanics' shons. It will be leased in
whole or in parts, if application is mado
Soon. For terms apply to vm. A. uris
Tor JIREII. DURKEE.
Burlington April 0, 1836.
HE House and lot, on Pearl street
known as the Storrs place. Fo
terms, apply to
March 23, 1030.
THE subscriber offers
for sale on reasonable
terms his house and lot
il, ,.,i ,.i re",, I
iJlJWS Ie.no Green, Thenrein
ises consist of 1J acre, of
lands on which there is a good orchard
smallbul convenient house, out buildings.&c
Lor further particulars and terms, apply
10 bAMUEL HEED.
Burlington March 24, 1836.
Also, for sale, as above, PEW No. !4
St. Paul's Church.
FORMERLY from Dover, N. II. takes th
L opportunity to inform his friends and
tho public that hu has opened a Botanic Inf.r
mary at tho Green Mountain House, in lVarl
street, Builington, Vermont, where ho has
fitted up rooms for the accommodation of the
sick and infirm, and will piaclico in strict
conformity lo tho system of Doct. Samuel
Thomson of Boston, who has now becoino bo
celebrated, not only in tho United Slate?, but
in Europe. ''1 ho 1 homsonian System" lias
not only received tho entire approbation of all
who have tried its merits, but it has also re.
ccived tho unqualified approbation of many of
the regular rruciiuoncrs. uoci.w.wouiu beg
leave to say lo strangers, in regard to his
qualifications, that he has spent ihrco years
diligently studying Iho principles of his pro
fession, with Doct. Thomson and other dis
tinguished practitioners that he lias visited all
the Infirmaries in New England, and eari con
fidently offer himscll to Iho public as well
qualified to administer to tho diseases of tho
sick, so far as preparatory studies and the
best advantages for information, will enable
him to do.
Mrs. Whicher having been al great pains to
acquire information in Botanic practice, and
having had two years cxpcricnco in thu pio.
fession with her husband, will lako chargo of
tlio temaie ucpariuicnl o: ino lnhrmary.
Doct. W. in addition, would beg leavo to
report a number of cures performed under his
own hand. First, the euro of William Walk
er of Franklin, N. II , who was entirely cured
of iho Rheumatism and Slrangcry in thoir
worst stages, in tho course of twelve days,
alter batllmg the skill of all the learned doc
tors in the country.
Second, the caso of Robert Salby, cured of
!-., J . rt. , . .
a uau oyo, in live oays, auer naving oeen de
prived of his sight for a vory considerable
Third, the euro ofFldolia Elkins of North
field, N.I1. deprived ol'hcr reason seven vcars.
was restored to it again after a treatment of
eighteen days, and lo period bodilv health
Fourlh, thoeuro of Adeline. Ham, had eyes
for six years, exceedingly sore entirely cured
in fivo days.
Fifth, the euro of Martha Scrutin, swelled
neck, supposed to be KingsEvil cured in fivo
Sixth, the euro of Mr Maro. This was a
caso ol Aslhma.wluch had continued onoyear
and was cured in four days.
Sovcnth, tho euro of Sibil Walton, was a
caso of Dyspepsia, Rheumatism nnd Croup
cured in eight days.
Eight, tho cuio of Elmedia Quimby, cured
of Consumption, after having been given over
by all tho doctors in tho place.
Curo ofJacob Sawyor of Dover, N.H. cured
or Dropsy and Fovcr-Suros, sevonlcon years
standing, in four weeks.
Tho caso or Amelia Whicher, after twenty
ycais sickness or Dropsy, Dvspcpsia and Pa
ralotie shook, and or taking opium six years
was cuicd in twenty days.
Mr W. has had 'two hundred pationls and
lias givon botwocn Tour and fivo hundred
courses for complaints of all doscriptions.with
enlire succoss. Mr. W. is satisfied that his
modo ortrcalmont has all tho beneficial effects
of a visit to the springs whila it saves tho
patient in many cases, an enormous oxponso.
Mr W. would inform his friends that ho has
on hand a complete assortment of Botanic
Medicmos, from tho hand of Doct. Samuel
1 homson. That ho has also family rights and
Doct Robinson's Haters for salo,
Mr W.acts asagont for Doct. Samuel
........... u, ,,unmi, nui iieiijaniin Thompson
oi i.oncoru, rv. ii, nor Jcs.mi Tlim,.., r
ol; 1'iuuni vernon Uliarlcs-slicut, Boston,
N B. Patients should always havo a change
lor linen when they put thcinsolvcs under his
car, April II, 1036.
l 1 If .. . MUMtllDUII Ul
Continued by Mrs. WATSON. No ex-
crtion spared to merit a continuance of
public patronage. uaggago carryed to
and from the steam boats.
St, Johns, islMay, 1036.
THE Steam Boats on Laku Champlain will
run in tho following order until lurlhcr notice,
leaving each end cf Iho Lake at one o'clock,
Capl. RICHARD W. SUVRMAJf,
Will leave Whitehall every
und Si. Johns every
Capl. DAJV LYOjY,
Will Iciie Whitehall every
and Si. Julins every
Tho Franklin is again filled in perfect otder
lor business and is loo well Known to require
further notice. Tho Phcenix having been
withdrawn from tho lino, tho proprietors have,
during the past winter added thirty two fect
in length to the Winooski have also added
new and nowciful machinery giving her in
creased speed, and havo otherwise fitted her
up to take tier station in tlio line, in a style
of comfort and neatness which, it is hoped,
will satisfy Iho public. She has a dining cabin
forty two fect in length, and also ample ac
commodations for ladies.
Burlington, April 1930.
IN Williston, Vermont, One Acre nnd
half of Land, wilh a largo brick Store,
Dwelling-house. Tnylor-shop, Store house
and large convenient Out buildings, being
die premises now occupied by Fuller Si
Morton in the village of Williston, and one
of (lie bust stands for business in this part
of the state. Also about thirty ncres of
JjAUliLJjL.iT JllMVliXli LAND,
fronting the turnpike, and near the Acadc.
mv. Also One hundred acres of land
called the AUGUR FAR M seventy
acres of which is under improvement, and
in good state of cultivation, with a Sugar
Orchard of 250 trees, and an Orchard of
excellent Fruit. Also, Forty Acres with
a good orchard of about 75 apple trees on
it, occupied for pasture. Also One acre
wilh a Small HOUSE upon the same.
Also 16 Acres of land in Bolton, about
one half of which is under improvement.
Apply to A. J. FULLER, Williston.
or H. LEAVENWORTH,
Williston, May 1835. Burlington.
DOCT. BENJAMIN THOMPSON, foun
der of lhe Concord Botanic Infirmary,
feeling a deep interest in tlio cause of Buffet
ing humanity, and, determined lo uso his ut
most exertions to completo that reform in
medical practice, which has already so gloi i
ously commenced, has opened an Infirmary in
the Mansion Hous, on Builington square.
The unparalleled success which has attend,
ed his praclico in Now York, Boston and Con
cord, in which places he ha had several thou,
sand patients under his care, (more, probably,
than any oilier practitioner in tho civilized
world in tho same lime.) will bo a sufficient
guaranty of tho confidence or tho intelligent
citizens of Vermont. Those who aro acquaint
ed with tho Thompsonian system or praclico
from personal knowledge, need no commend
ation or its truly wonderful virtues. "To
such, (as says tho vcnrrablo Dr. Benj, Water
house, for many years professor of Materia
Medica in tho University of Cambridge) it is
tho anchor of hope tho most invaluable of
earthly blessings." But with those who havo
never had an opportunity of witnessing its
hcalth-prcsorvin" and restoring influences, it
is the part or common senso and discretion,
candidly to examino its claims, and not fas
has too often been the case condemn the B
lanic Physician unseen and unheard.
Doct, Thompson, although ho is unwilling
to assumoand defend tho inal-pracliee which
lias characterised to mo cf tho pretended
Thompsonian practitioners, scoks not to hido
himseirfrom public scrutiny, but solicits ireo
and fair discussion, and a fair comparison or
mo uoiaiuc wiui ino Mineral praclico. This
course ho has always desired, and has repeat
edly, in his rormcr communications lo tho
public, challenged Iho regular physicians to a
comparison of tho morits or thoir respective
systems. Ho who candidly engages in tho
investigation oniio systcm,will find its thoory
of disease sjmplo, yet supported by sound
reasoning its praclico based upon, and in
accordanco wilh that theory, simplo yet effect,
ual, and tho success that has attended it,
wonderful beyond any thing which has pre.
ceded it in the history of medicine.
Tho Femalo Department or tho Infirmary
is uuii8immjr ui.uur inu sujiuriuieuuauCO 01 a
female, who is competent lo perform all tho
duties assigned to that department.
7Vrmj Threo dollars per week ror board,
and threo dollars for each course of incdicino,
and if ouly oiio courbo provos necessary, ono
dollar extra is charged.
No accounts will bo opened. Payment
must, in all cases, bo mado in advance.
N. B. A genoral assorlmout of gonuino
Botanic Medicine for salo. logoltW with sov.
oral works on iho Botanic Syslom, which havo
not beforo been offered to the public, for which
Doct. Thompson and his brother in Boston,
aro solo agents for tho principal part or tho
Now Kngland Slatos. Further narticulam
May, 18 J6.
CLOVER SEED, by
. IL PECK k CO.
April 23, 1030
Winooski Patent Block Man
fl M1E Directors of this Company res-
JL pectlully inform their friends and tho
Mnratime public of tho United Slates oen-
orally, that they haVo purchased the whole
ot the establishment tortnerly known as
tho Livingston Patent Block Machinery.
with nil the extension of tho patent rights
recently grnntcu uy congress to Thomas
Blancharu, Eq. the original inventor and
patentee, together with all thu late mi
prnvemcnts mado and patented bv bun
l hcv have manufactured and now offer
for sale a largo stock of machine made
solid, common and bushed Shin's Tackle
Block, from 5 to 9 inches, and machine
mado Plank Blocks, from 7 to 16 inches
and uthcr articles on reasonable terms.
They further inform tho public that they
have made arrangements for removing
their machinery from Now York tu the
site of a now mill with an 80 horso power
wnlcr wheel built cspressly to receive it
at Burlington, Vt. in the heart of a coun
try abounding with the finest and best o
timber for their purpose whence they in
tend sending to the New York market i
large, constant, and regular supply of those
and other articles in tho Block making
line. They further add that it is their
intention tu incrcaso the machinery so as
to meet tho present nnd future demands of
the blnckmaking trade and maratime public
throughout the United States.
This Company has lately been inenrpo
rated by the State ol'Vurmuiit with a largo
capital exprcsclv lor this purpose
A large discount will be allowed In the
trade, and a liberal tliscnunt to ship chand
Icirs and others. iCTOrdcrs addressed to
William Serrell, superintendent ni the
company's office and store, No. 84 South
street. N. York, will meet duo attention
Burlington. 2UI March, 1836.
LIFE! LIFE! LIFE
nn. jii.na. Mnonu's
Essence of 2Ufe.
A valuable Medicine, which if rightly applied
win uo mo means ol saving thousands
from an untimely crave.
It has been sold una used for thirty years,
with great success, and round very effica
cious in ino following Uiseascs, vi.,(. ousump
tion, Whooping Coughs, common Coughs
Colds, dilficult Brealhtng, Influenza, Quinsy
Asthma, Phthisic, Spilling of Blood, Flatu
lency, Indigestion, Looseness or the Bowels,
tils ol every kind, Cramps, Rickets, Colic
Catarrh, Dyscuicry, Fainting, Ilypochondri
ac A (lections, Head. aches, Sickness al Slom
ach, Measles, a preventuro ol' Contagious
Diseases, Gout and Rheumatism,
(EPThis Essence answers a valuahlo pur
pose in almost every caso or debility; und
thero arc but Cow, if any diseases, which do
not arise from that source. It may bo given
to cither sex, and at any peiiod. iT weakness
prevail; the composition being entirely de
mod from the vegetable kingdom. The
whooping-cough may bo cured in a week, ir
taken ut tho commencement or Iho di-cs.se.
Dose ft,r an adull, forty drops, taken clear, re
peated once in two hours, in urgent cases ; a
child i years old, 20 ; ono year old, 10, given
in a table spoonfril of milk. The best mode
or giving iho diops to infants is in a 1 1 1 Lie
breast milk. But rc.-pccl must bo paid to tho
ago and constitution of the patient, foi some
will bear double the quantity that others will
iho better way is lo begin wilh small doses
and increase as the patient may require. The
following- aro a few of more than a thousand
11 K C O.H 31 12 N D AT I O N S.
'The undersigned, ministers of the gospel
initio county of Windham, Terinonl, know,
ing the efficacy of Dr. Jonathan Mooio' Es
sence of Life, having used it ourselves in our
families, consider il a valuable composition ;
particularly rlficious and useful in removing
complaints of tho lungs, and indeed u safu
and rci-torallve medicine in the various di.-ea
ses named in tho Doctor's accompanying label
and do most cheerfully recommend ils general
uso, believing it well worthy tho patronage
of the public." Ocl- 9, 1826.
Signed by Hosea Beckley, Dummerston
Sylvester Sage, Westminster ; Jed. I.. Stark,
Brattlcboro'.; Elisha D. Andrews, Putney;
Chandler Bates, Philelus Clark'
'I, Stephen R. Bradley, of Westminster,
Vermont, do certify ihal I havo for some time
been well acquainted wilh the good efiects
of Dr. Jonathan Mocro's Essence of Life, in
my own family and others, and can reconi
mend it to bo an extremely safe and useful
family Medicine, in colds, coughs, and all dis
orders of the lungs and breast ; in the whoop
ing cough and all spasuiodiu complaints;
and inaka no doubt that Ihocitizens of Amcr"
ica would de.-ivo groat benefit from a more
general uso of tho same. Being personally
acquainted with Dr. Moore, and finding him
to bo a discreet and well informed man, I can
not but hope lie will meet wilh due encour
agement. Stcphun R. Braulev.
Tho subscriber horeby certifies lint ho has
for moro than three years past frequently,
i:i eases or coughs, obatrublions upon tho
lungs and dilficully orbroathiiiir. experienced
tho happy and salutary effects of tho uso of
ur. Jonathan iwooro s l.sscnco ol Lile, and
has wilnessod the same in others, and verily
uoiicvcs ii io uc mo mosl salutary nnd effica.
cious medicine. Piiinl-as Wiiitf.
"Wo Iho undorsigned Physicians, who have
proved the efficacy of Dr, Jonathan Mooro's
Essence ofl, ife, conceive it our duly to pal'
ronizo the incdicino, and lire or opinion that
irgencrally used, it will be or public utility."
Signed Auel uuncan, bamuol steams,
Dummerston; Jonathan Badger, Wm. Town,
Westminster ; C, W. Chandler : Abr&m Hoi.
land, Walpnlo ; Nathan Stone, Nowrano ;
Charles Blako, Kocno; Prcscolt Hall, Chcs.
Tho above medicine is prepar
ed by HENRY SEYMOUR, or Hadley, Mass.
from the original recipe, by tho direction or
saiu Mooro, and sold by him and Iho princi.
pai Druggists in mo united states.
This may ccrtiry lo all whom il may con.
corn, that I the subscriber, residing in Hadley
Massachusetts, havo muao an improvomont
in tho incdicino invented by me, and denom
inated Dr. Jonathan Mooro's Essenco or Life,
and have communicated the rccipo to Henry
Seymour of said Hadloy, and lo him only.
Tho United Slatos is full of tho sophisticated
article, and this is lo give notico lo tho
public, that if thoy want the genuine Essdnco
or Lire, they must apply to said Seymour or
his agents, and bo particular lo inquiro for
that proparcd by Henry Seymour.
Sept. U. 1833. Dr. J. Moore.
iLTSohl, wholosale and retail, by J. ,t J. H.
PECK & eo. Burlington, wholesale agents
for the slate or Vermont.
ym ,,oxe9 fsa"'
Jerico Window Glass,
100 do Rodrord,
Dec. . '33. J. & J. H. PECK & CO
I 1 lerces superior clover teed, iust
i lerces superior clover teed,
ccivcu auu I ii r sale bv
May II, 1836
Mtna. Insurance Company.
" suuscrioer continues lo insure all
! kinds of real and personal nronertv
as agent for said Company, to whom p.
pucauon may at anilines be made at hit
Offico in Burlington. Tho ostnliliahort
reputation of this Company for stability,
fairness and liberality in their dealings,
needs no further commendation.
W.m. A. Gniswoi.u.
Burlington, April 6, 1U36.
Fashionable Spring Goods.
LATIIROP Sl POTWIN, aro receiv
ing from New Yurk d few packages
European and American Dry Goods, suit
ablo for the Spring trade.
1 hey arc now opening ono case superb
French Muslins one do.
London Prints a lew choice
Pattern if called fur soon. Also, a few
Pieces RICH PATTERN SILKS, Fancy
Handkfs. &c. &c.
April 16. 1836.
Tuns, which will be sold as low
tc" packed in Sound Barrels, as can
be purchased or our neighbors in bulk
nn charge lor Ca?ks.
Jan, 7. Hickok &Catlis.
PORTFOLIOS, with nnd without
Locks and Keys, at tin: Voriety Shop,
Pa.no uuii.n & Bri.nsmaid.
rfllE subscribers havo funned a copart
JL ncrsliip in business, under the firm of
Lemuel Curtis S; Co. at thu old stand of
CHARLES L CURTIS.
Burlington, 10Vt May, 1836.
Lemuel Curtis & Co.
ARE now opening their Spring and
Summer Stock til Goods, comprising
a very large und extciiMve stock. Tlio
following are a few of the leading articles :
Black Italian, do. Gro Dc Swi.-s, plain,
lig'd and plaid Gro De Nap, Silks ; blk.
and col'd Camlet.-; Pongees nndSyncheuos:
FreiTuh Mu.-l-ns nnd Cambric Prints; Eng.
and German Gingham.-: book, mull, Swiss,
cambric and .In com It Mu-lins; Bishop
Lawns, long Lawns, Boh't anil mole Laces;
Eruiiuclls. Priucultus, Boiiibz:iie; bruwn
and stripe Drilling-; bik. and inix'd Last
ings ; buck and tiuttcwan Vrisus ; mole
Skins and Fto-liuus, Linncii Shirlings; do.
Sheetings ; buds eye Diapers ; 3 to 104
sewing Silk ; Uenneni anil Ipsula Shawls;
5 to 12-4 Merino Shawls, blk and red;
3 lo 7-i Thibet do. do : Gro Do Nap and
other HdklV; a large tlnck of bonnet, cap
and Faffelun Ribbon-; foundation Muslins;
book do ; common Linnings : I case blue,
scarlet and Green Mooreeus ; f! do cheap
Piints, from ii tn 12 1-2 cents; &c. &c.
Burlington, May 12, 1830.
N OTIC E.
uiuler.-igurd having purchased uT
HALL his entire stuck of Grinds.
win conlinui. anil enlarr ii
33i'i (Kootrs iiuuinttstSp
at the stand formerly occupied by Hall &
Stcnrn?, icciitly P. Hall, whore he will
have constantly u full vnriely of seasonable
Goods; and respeeiliilly solicits the pat
ronage of oil former friend,, und patrons.
Just received, an extensive and well se
lected nortmcni of I.OOKLVG GLASS
ES, which arc uttered nt reduced prices.
Church itrect, Marih 23.
TOBACCO $ SNUFF.
LOR1LLARDS Macaboyand Scotch
Snuff, do Chewing and Smoking To
bacco at Factory Pricis.
T. F. Si VV. L. STRONG.
THE SPRIA'G FIELD FIRE W
SURAJTCE COMPANY, insure on
the mosl favorable terms. Dwelling Houses
Stores, and other buildings, Furniture, &.
Merchandize of every descriution, against
loss or damage by "fire. Application for
insurance will receivo immediate attention.
HT F. &. W. L. STRONG no have tho
Q pli-asuro of offering lo those who aro
desirous of finding- tho most comfort and econ
omy attainable in iho uso of stoves, a larger,
moro complete, and cheaper assortment of this
arliclo, than has ever been ofibred in this re
gion of country. Wo respeclfolly invito all
those who wish to viow Iho degrco of perfec
tion now attained, as well a3 thoso who wish
to purchaso, lo call and cxamino these stovei.
Tlio assortment consists of
Parker's 'Patent Prophesy' Cooking, 4 sizes
Stanloy'a Rolary 7Top, do 5 do
Parker's Gourd plate do
do Flat back do
Conant's pattern, (or Back Kitchen,)
Canada and Scotch plato Box, 5 siics,
Parlour Stoves, a new and tplcndid
article, 3 sizes,
together wilh Box Stovos of various kind,
suitable for churches, stores, offices, nhops,
school houses, fivo aero lots, &c. &c. PIPE
on hand, and all kinds of stovo TIllMMI.KGS
madu to order.
Burlington, Sept. U, 1U35.