Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Burlington free press. (Burlington, Vt.) 1827-1865, July 29, 1836, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Vermont
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
from llic Nciv Yorker.
FORGOTTEN THEE !
" nd like tlio erj lijlit of llcacn,
Ouit thy lovtuuH iliiu in mint I"
('orgitlen dicet foigollen llico 1
It eonmletli colJ mill strange
Upon my car, llmt or.o hko ilico
Should ihink of wiong or change i
Tlinl ihou sliouM.I lliink I tie word ".urgct'
Del ecu lid conM be spoken !
Thil llio gold-linked cli.iin in childhood form'd
Could be so hglilly broken !
I could li.iie borne fiom rolJcr lips
Tlio l.iirgunge of distrust.
O, ihouglit il less In J oiheis c.illcJ
Sic fodders nnd iinJuM J .
lim lliuu the friend ofinj young jc.irs,
Tint lliv T.ilili should be th.ikeii,
Al.n lh.ll Mi'iimn li.ul no power
Thoughts kinder to unuken !
Look luck upon tin busy past
lit Fiiiifliine, u ml lis le.us
lis niumplii mill lis .unties
Its lines in hope its fears
The limns uf uii.igteil j.iy Hil l gloom
Tli.it woli.icfh.iied togplhcr.
Alike tincli.ingcil through light nnd cluul
Through uuiui nnd wintry weather.
Have we not wnlcliril thro' pain nnd giicl"
Beside each ohn V bed 1
And drunk the nip of bitterness.
O'er the hiincnicil tlt-ntl T
Vet did we not the clufcr r.ling,
And leni to priie the better
lh.it frienddiip whirh lliro' sorrow nursed,
Bui stienglhened ciery feller 1
Thou wilt not wrong my memory
IJy Piirh unwoiihy ihouglit J
'i hink'st thou th,il'loely wreath run fade
Which childhood' fingi'19 wrought 1
Whs not our I'lirmUhip's charmed bond
Formal by the li.ind of lle.uen 1
And fli.ill ils blessed union now
13y might of E it ill be litcn 1
Fear thou it not I boloted one
Thou can's! not be fin gotten t
All hoicniny fioni my lwoill die,
All feeling nnd nil thought ;
Loernnd fiiend may pass away
And unkind tics tuny rcicr,
But I lie memory of our Childhood's love
Shall fade, O netcr. neer I
I'laitifield, III., March, 1836.
Among tho interest ing1 papers in (ho last
number uf LiltcH's Museum, is one from
the Lontlun Court Journal, giving "per
Bonul recollections of tlio late Charles Mot
thews." Sir Wither Scoll, snys th.n. rciiiin
ieccnr, was the only one of the many dis
tinguished men Willi whuin Matthews as
sociated, of whose intimacy he was proud.
Matthews visited Scott several times at
Abboltsford, and related a circumstance
which exhibits in the great novelist an cx
traurdinary power over his own tnind.
Scott one morning look Matthews into his
private study where ho rote, and in the
course of conversation pointed to two tiian
uscriplB lying upon two separate writing
Elands, saying that he generally wrote
standing, nnd often on two different works
at the same lime; llinl is, mat lie went
from one to the oilier, backwards and for
wurds, without a iniiinloV interval between
his application lo each, and that lie found
the alternation to invigorate and refresh,
rather than Intigue or confuse him. This
look ploco long bi.'l'uru Scolt had avowed
him.-elt to bi' ihn nulliur of Ihe Wavorly
novel., anil ts cited by Matthews as one of
the several proof- preemptive which fell
under his observation that he was the au
thor of them.
OnioiNAi. AM:cuiiTn. One day during
the present week, as n gentleman was pas
eing through town, he taw a drunken man
lying before a grocery door, on his hack,
with his heels up. uiid fice covered witli
blood nnd dusd. where he hail been politely
hoisted by the keeper within on account of
his becoming too obstreperous. Hallo ! the
keeper ofthe groeery ! said the gentleman,
your sign has fallen down, and is lying be
fore the door '.Jefersoman.
A writer in the Baltimore American, 'A
parent,' cautions parents against suffering
children to cat cherries. Ho attributes
the mortality among children to the fact
that they are allowed, during the summer
months, to rtiBkc use of these fruit. We
have heard many physicians speak to the
same effect. Those interested ought to
attend to this matter.
General Houston. Wc learn from,
tho French side of the New Orleans Dee.
that Gen. Houston arrived at Galveston
Gay with an escort of sixty men, about the
16th of June.
"Will you lend father your newspaper,
sir f-he only just wants to read it !" "Yes
my boy ; and ask him to lend me his dinner
I only just want to cat it !"
The Secretary and tho Navy Conimis
sinners, will leave Washington in a few
days on an official tnttr for the inspection of
I It o IMorlncrn INuvy Varus.
John T. Cociijia.n is to bo Chief Clerk
of tho War Department. William
Ward, now of that Department is to ac
company Gov. Cass on his mission to
A Hint to young Married JFomen.
Never tell your own affairs to any old gos
sipping house-wife. Lei her appear ever
tit specious o sincere so candid, be
biire lo avoid her and keep your own cnun
eel i for Ihe only reason sho has for prying
luto your sccrcls fur nsinimting hcrsell
inlo jour confidence, is to learn that some
error, some deformity exists in your family
on which sho may feast in secret delio-ht
for n luxurious moment, and then share
nine ofthe choicest bits with her neighbors
Treneuro this up, nnd act upon itand"it will
eavo you years of mortification, if not of
nearl burning and sorrow. Unit, Visiter,
To Ladies. Stair carpets should nlwnvs
hnvo a slip of paper nut under tlipm. at and
over the edge of every step, which is the
purl where they first wear out, in order to
lesson tho friction oft he carpts against the
boards bercalh The strips should be
within an inch or two, as long as tho carpet
is wide, and about 4 or 5 inches in breadth
so as to lie a littlo distance upon each step
This timplo plan, so easy of execution, will
we know, preserve a stair carpet half as
long again as it would last without the
strips ol paper. Puloa Bee.
A Good Hulk. Whcnovcr you enter an
apartment occupied by anolhor individual,
if tho door is clotod beforo you enter, close it
ajitr you, is on tlio contrary, it stands mvil
iiiEi upon (fiif rrmotn jo.
The Variety Shop.
At Burlington, Vermont'Wcst side Church
WE havo received Inrgo additions loniir
Stock of GOLD and SILVER
Watches, Chains, Keys, Pencils, Pins, car
Rings, Clock-, plated Ware. Brittnnia,
Castors, brass and plated Candlesticks,
Snuffers nnd Trays s plated knob Lamps i
small go to bed Lamps, lamp Wicks nnd
Glasses; baskets, bags nnd purses; milita
ry goods, perfumery, hair oil, shaving
soaps, razors, lather brushes, pots, &c;
fine razor straps, fine cutlery, pen makers ;
an elegant assortment of fashionable stocks,
collars nnd bosom?, neenrdcons, music box
es, small organs, nnd all kinds of musical
instruments ; hair, tooth and all kinds of
brushes, visiting cards nnd cases, n great
variety of sizes and colors; backgammon
boards, chessmen, plajing cards, quills, sil
ver and steel pens ; 6terl brass ,vood and
whalebone busks, narrow whalebones, slay
and boot lacings of cotton and silk, India
rubber suspenders, patent and common
elastics, thimbles, needles and pins, thor
mnmcters, rosewood dressing cases, work
boxes, portable desks, dressing cases for
travellers, manifold writers, matches, pocket
tinder boxes, dressing room mirrors, picket
and French mirrors, merchants' Togs,
paints, brushes, pencils and all articles in
that line; pictures, varnish and whilcwood
boxes, baskets Sic. for transferring, fine
engravings and prints for framing, &c;
miniature cases and sittings, pisto s large
and small low and high priced, dirks and
clasp knives, large nnd small telescopes or
Spy Glasses,'; plaques of various patterns
which are rapidly superceding waist buck
les, powder horns and flasks, shot bags,
table mats, slates, canes and umbrellas, to
gether with a very Inrgo nnd elegant col
lection of fancy articles, some of which will
be more particularly enumerated at some
future time. To strangors visiting Bur
lington wo would just say, that wo have
an assortment, selected with great care,
which stands, wc believe, unrivalled in these
parts; and those wishing forfinc Watches,
Jewelry, or any Goods wc sell, will save
both time and money by calling at the Va
riety Shop, where Watches and Clocks arc
clenned nnd repaired ; silver Spoons are
made and constantly knpt for sale ; Brands
and Stamps cut at short notice; tiunk and
coffin Plates made when wanted.
PANr.nortN Si BniNSMAin.
To the inhabitants nj Burlington Sc Vicinity.
rpHB undersgned has rented tho store
formerly occupied by Win. Wells, and
the last year by David Irish, where he is
now receiving Irnm New York a general
assortment of DRY GOODS. WET and
DRY GROCERIES. CROCKERY,
GLASS and HARD WARE, which he
will sell for cash or most kinds of country
produce as cheap as the cheapest.
He takes this opportunity to thank Iho
public for the ceneral support ho has re
ceived for tho short time ho has been in
business, and ha hopes, by giving good
bargains and payinir strict attention to
business, still to receive the same general
support. SOLOMON WALKER.
liurlmglon. May 21. 1830.
.Etna Insurance Company.
Mr, subscriber continues to insure all
kinds of real and personal property
as agent for said Company, to whom ap
plication may at all times bo made at his
Office in Burlington. Tho established
reputation of tins C mpany for stability,
fairness nnd liberality in their dealings,
needs no further commendation.
Wm. A. Gmswor.D.
Burlington, April C, 11130.
Jerico Window Glass,
100 do Rcdford,
Dec. . '35. J. & J. H. PECK & CO
rrHE subscriber has just received from
-I the Foundry of J. D. Ward. Ver
gennes, No. 2 and 3
Rotary Cooking Stoves &,
Trimmings ; Box do.
Ploughs, &,c. &c.
which nro offered for sale for cash or ap
P. S. He wishes to call the attention of
the economical, to tho fuel and labor-saving
properties of tho Rotary Slnve. nnd its
peculiar adaptation as a Summer Cookimr
Stoie. By the use ofthe grate, n very
small amount of fuel is required for the
culinary operations of any family ; les by
one half, it is believed, than is required by
any oilier Stovn in use. Its form and
height is such that it admits of being pla
ced in the fire places of ordinary kitchens.
so that most of the heat and cfllu via from il
passes oil by the chimney. The saving of
fuel effected bv Iho Improved Rotary", in
one year, over that of almost any other
Cooking Stove, is fullv rnual to ils cost.
besides the superior facility and care with
which the several culinary operations are
performed with it.
Also, lea and Marltn Keltles of various
sizes, cast expressly for this Stove.
, UKO. PETERSON.
Burlington, March 31 , 1030.
Linseed Oil for Sale.
rpiIE subscribers havo on hand Linseed
Oilol the best quality and will be at
all times happy to supply Customers either
at their store on tho west side ofthe Court
house squire or at the Oil mill at the Falls.
n , ,H'CK" &. Catlin.
Burlington, March 10, 1G30.
"PIOR marking clothes: without a pre-
puiuuuii, ii uas ueen useu by persons
in this town for nbcut thrco years and does
not wash out. Perkin's Indclhblo Ink lo
be, used with a preparation, and it is war
ranted not to wnsh nut. Willii.ir.nV I,ll
iblo Ink warranted in stand loap and water.
rorKins counting iiouso red nnd Ulnck
Ink; Iho best in uso, Indian Ink, at tho vari
ety Shop PArnnon.N & Uiummaih.
a ef BBLS. ground Campeachy Log
VOJ wood, 100 do do Nicaragua. 100
do do Fustic. 60 do do camwood. 10 do
.In M.in, 19 .In .In l,ir 11.nr.1l 9(1 lln
do Madder. 25 do copperas. 15 do allum.
. . ,1, ...t l nm ( .1 ! I nil..
li) uo.oiuo viiriui. 20 caruoys uu uh. . iuo
argol. 2 do cream tartar. 2 bales nut
rrnlls. 5 ccroons Indifo. Clothiers' brush
ca, tent hooks, and press papers.
J. 54 J. 11. l'tilli. Oi lU,
Drugs and Medicines.
LATHROP & POTVVIN have receiv
ed their Spring supply of Genuine
Drugs and Medicines and are now offering
them to the pnblic, at wholesale or retail,
on the most reasonable terms.
20 hhds. pure Boston Rum.
50 per cent above proof, on consignment,
and for sale by (he hhd. bbl. or gullnn.
T, F. & IF. L. STROXG,
1 On CHESTS Hyson skin and Young
xyjVJ by,,,,,, Tcn8 go bags Coffee. 10
do. Pimento. 10 do. Popper. 30 hhds.
Boston N. E. Rum. 20 do rectified Whis
key. 12 bbls. American Brandy nnd Gin.
Signett Brandy. Holland Gin. Pure St.
Croix Rum. Wines. Pole and Brown
Sherry. Puro Old Maderia. do do Port.
Tcneriffo. Canary. Sicily Matlcria. French
do and Malaga. 25 baskets Champaign of
a superior brand. 15 cases Claret. 50
Quintels Cod Fish. 75 boxes Herring. 35
do Bar Soap. 20 do Starch. 30 do Pipes
J. & J. H. PECK &. CO.
2 cases Irish Linens compris
ing every quality from 37 1-2 cts.to $1 25.
2 Bales Crash for Towelling.
1 do, Russia Diapers, for sale by
Lemuel Cuhtis & Co.
June 23, 1S3G.
HELL, Horn or Silver, at the Variely
Shop PANGIlliriN & BniNSMAID
Gentlemens' Summer Hats.
A CASES Super lined and trimmed gen.
tlcmcns' hats. 2 do. coarse leghorn.
L. CURTIS Sl CO.
THE House nnd lot, on Pearl street,
known as tho Storrs dIoco. For
terms, apply to
March 23, 1Q3G.
FORMERLY from Dover, N. H. takes this
opportunity to inform his friends and
tho public that ho has opened a Botanic Iiifir
marmot tho Green Mountain House, in I'carl
street, Builington, Vermont, whore ho lias
fitted up rooms for tho accommodation uf the
sick and infirm, and will piaclica in strict
conformity lo tho system of Doct. Samuel
Thomson ot JJoelon, who hasnuw becomo so
celebrated, not only in Iho United States, but
in Europe "Tho Thnmsonian System" lias
not only received Iho entire approbation of all
who havo tried its merits, but it has also re.
ceived tho unqualified approbation of many of
Iho regular Practitioners. Doct.W.tvould beg
leave to say lo strangers, in regard lo his
qualifications, thai he has spent three years
diligently studying tlio principles of his pro
fession, with Doct. Thomson and other dis
tinguished practitioners thai ho has visited all
the Infirmaries in Now England, and can con
fidetitly offur hiuisclt to Iho public as well
qualified to administer to Iho diseases of tho
sick, so far as preparatory studies and tho
best advantages for information, will unahlo
him to do.
Mrs. Whichcr having been at great pains to
acquiro information in Botanic practice, and
having had two years experience in thu pro.
fession with her husband, will lako charge of
Iho female department ofthe Infirmary.
Dout. W. in addition, would beg loavo to
report a number of cures performed under his
own hand. First, the euro of William Walk
er of Kiaoklin, N. II., who was entirely cured
of tho Rheumatism and Strangery in I heir
worst stages, in tho courso of Iwelva days,
after baffling tho skill of all the learned doc
tors in Iho country.
Second, tho caso of Robert Salby, cured of
a bad eye, in five days, after having been de
prived of his sight for a very considerable
Third, the euro of Fidelia Elkins of North
field, N.H. deprived of her reason seven vears.
was restored lo it again after a treatment of
eighteen days, and lo perfect bodily health.
Fourth, the cure of Adeline Ham, had eyes
for six years, exceedingly sore entirely cured
in five days.
Fifth, the euro of Martha Scrutin, swelled
neck. supposed lobo Kings-Evil cured in fivo
Sixth, Iho euro of Mr Maro. Tills was a
case of Asthma, which had continued one year
and was cured in four days.
.S'uvcnlh, the euro of &ibil Walton, was a
case of Dyspopsia, Rheumatism and Croup
cured in eight days.
Eight, tho cuio of Elmodia Quimby, cured
of Consumption, after having been given over
by all Iho doctors in Iho place.
Cure of Jacob Sawyer of Dovor, N.H. cured
of Dropsy and Fever-Sores, seventeen vears
standing, in four weeks.
1 lie cuso of Amelia Wlitchor, after twonly
yeais sickness of Dropsy, Dyspepsia and Pa.
raletic shock, and ofiak'ing opium sixycurs
was cuicd in twenty days.
Mr W. has had two hundred patients and
has givon betwocnTour and fivo hundred
coursos for complaints of all descriplions.with
entire success. Mr. W. is satisfied thai his
mode oflrcalmcnt has all tho beneficial effects
or a visit lo the springs whila il saves tho
patient in many cases, an enormous oxpenso.
o I WUld i,nfor,n ''' rrie,,,J '" ' I'"
o i hand a co,,,pcle assortment of Ilolanic
Thorn r,'Mll,f '""V1 of Docl. Samuel
co,' April 14, 1836,
Soda, Scidlitz, and Lemonade
Powdors, prepared and sold by Dr Heine
berg, nt his apothecary shop, Church st.
July 8, IG3G.
Lint Seed Oil.
500 gallons of fresh quality, by
T. F St W. L STROJVO.
June IG, 183G.
75 doz. Blanchard Scythes.
20 dozen Ilorris, do. on consignment, and
for sale by
Fol.LETT & BRADLEY.
Juno 24, 183G, 8w
1200 lbs. of Cotton Yarn, as-
sorted numbers, from 5 to 10 of tho Man
Chester Manufacturing Company's make,
by Lemuel Curts & Co.
"YLD Mndeirn. .?irilv. Mmlriil. T.ishnn
w nlll .tMinrrv IWnrcnllna 1nttnira emnnl
Malaga, Muscat nnd real old Champaigne
a cunice siock.
ALSO Brandy, Rum, Gin of 1st nnd
2 quality at lowest prices, wholesale and
retail. i p. oi tv . Lt, BlliUJVU,
June IG, 183G.
GO kegs Powder, assorted qual
i I ics, at manufacturers prices.
T. F. & JF. L. STRONG.
2000 lbs. double refined loaf
Sugar, equal In quality to the best English,
ior saio oy
FOLLETT & BRADLEYS.
June 24, 183G. 4m
Snuff & Tobacco.
Lorrillard's Maccaboy Snufif,
in DbU. Kegs nnd Jars. Ua Scotch. Do
Bladders. Do fine cut and stnokinir To
bacco, by Iho bbl. or doz. at manufactur
T. F. St IF. L. STRONG.
Liverpool Blown Salt.
OH SACKS, just received by
'v T. F. & IF. L. STRONG.
June 14, 1R36.
KEItJY & EVANS
TT AVE jusl received from New York,
M.JL tlieir spring supply ol goods, com
prising a choice selection of CLOTHS
CASSMERES, VE!TNGS, TRM-
JiIINGS, Sec. which with Iheir former
stock, makes their assortment the best
they have ever offered. And not withstand
ing the present unparalleled high price of
goods in market, our arrangements arc such
that wc shall sliH be enabled to furnish our
customers with very superior articles at
a small advance from former prices for
Wo will take tho present occasion also,
to correct an erroneous impression, that
wo sell only to those who employ us to
make their garments. This is entirely n
mistake. Much as it might gratify us to do
our menus justice in the Jit. as well as the
fabric, wo shall nevertheless bo equally
happy to furnish the materials for those
who may find it more convenient to employ
Burlington. May 12, 1836.
DOCT. BENJAMIN THOMPSON, foun
der of the Concord Botanic Infirmary,
feeling a deep interest in the cause of suffer
ing humanity, and, determined to use his ut
most exertions to complete thai reform in
medical practice, which has already so glori
ously commenced, has opened an infirmary in
the Mansion House, on Builington square.
The unparalleled success which hasaliend.
cd his ptaclico in New Yoik, Boston and Con
cord, in which places he ha had several thou,
sand patients under his care, (more, probably,
than any other practitioner in the civilized
world in Iho same time.) will bo a sufficient
guaranty of tlio confidence, of Iho intelligent
citizciin of Vermont. Thoso who are acquaint
ed wilh tho Thompsonian system of practice
from personal kuowledgo, need no commend
alion of its truly wonderful virtues. "To
such, (as says the vcnerablo Dr. Bcnj. Water
house, for many years professor of Materia
Medica in tho University of Cambridge) it is
tho anchor of hope the most invaluable, of
earthly ulcssinjs." Jiut with those who have
never had an opportunity of witnessing its
health. preserving and restoring influences, il
is the part of common sense and discretion,
candidly to examine, its claims, and not as
has loo often been the case condemn tho Bo
tanic Physician unseen and unheard.
Duel. Thompson, although ho is unwilling
lo assumoand defend tho mal-practico which
has characterised somo of tho pretended
Thompsonian practitioners, seeks not to hirlo
himself from public scrutiny, but solicits free
and fair discussion, and a fair comparison of
Iho liotanic with tlio mineral practice. This
courso he has always desired, and has repeat
edly, in his former communications lo tho
public, challenged iho regular physicians to a
comparison of tho merits of their respective
systems. Ho who candidly ongages in Iho
investigation of Iho system, will find its theory
of disease simple, yet supported by sound
reasoning its praclico based upon, and in
accordance with that theory, simple yet effect,
ual, and Iho success that has attended it,
wonderful boynnd any thing which has pro.
ceded il in Iho history of medicine.
The Female Department of tho Infirmary
is constantly under tho superititendance of a
female, who is competent lo perform alt Ihe
d'Jlies assigned to that department.
Terms Thrco dollars per week for board,
and throe dollars for each course of medicine,
and if only ono courso proves necessary, ono
dollar extra is charged.
No accounts will be opened. Payment
must, in all cases, bo mado in advance.
N. B. A general assortment of genuine
Botanic Medicine, for sale, togolhor with sev
eral works on tlio Botanic System, which havo
not before been offered to iho public, for which
Doct. Thompson and his brother in Boston,
aro solo agents lor Iho principal part or tho
Now England Slates. Kurlher particulars
20 sacks Liverpool dairy Salt,
for sale by Hickok & Catmn.
KC doz Warners warrantod Scythes,
uyj 30 do Sampson's patent Snathes.
50 boxes Indian pond Stones
Juno 10. J, i J. II. PECK Si. Co.
1f BALES sup. Incrain nnd Venetian
C do India matting for summer car.
pets; clnlh do. Wilton nnd Brusscl
rugs. Bindings &c, just received by
LATHROP & POTVVIN.
Winooski Patent Block Man
THE Directors of this Company res
pectfully inform their friends and the
Maralimc public ofthe United Slnlcs gen
erally, that I hey have purchased the whole
of the establishment formerly known ns
the Livingston Patent Block Machinery,
with all the extension of the patent rights
recently granted by Congress to Thomas
lilanchard, b-q. the original inventor and
patentee, together with nil I he late iin.
prnvemcnts made nnd patented by him.
They have manufactured and now offer
for sale n largo stock of machine mnde,
solid, common and bushed Ship's Tackle
Blocks, frnm 5 to 9 inches, nnd machine
mado Platik Blocks, from 7 to 10 inches,
and other articles on reasonable terms.
They further inform the public I hat they
have made arrangements for removing
their machinery from Now York lu the
site of a new mill wilh an 80 horse power
walcr wheel built expressly to receive it,
at Burlington, Vt. in the heart ofa coun
try abounding with Ihe finest and best of
timber for their purpose whence they in
tend Ecnding to the New York market a
large, constant, nnd regular supply of these
and other articles in the Block making
line. They further add that it is their
intention to increase the machinery so ns
lo meet the prrsent nnd future demands of
the blockmoking Irndcand maratime public
throughout tho United Sintes.
Tins Company has lately been incorpo
rated by the Stale ol'Vnrmont with a large
capital expressly for lhi purpose
A large discount will bu allowed lo tho
trade, and a liberal di-cmml to ship chand
leies and others. iErOrdcrx addressed to
William Serrnll, siiperiutendanl nt the
company's office and store, No. 84 South
street. N. York, will mct due attention.
Burlington, 21st March. 183G.
Tobacco and Snuff.
or KEGS Plug Tobarco. 15 Boxes
ou Cavendish do. 30 bbls Lnrnllard
Chewing nnd Smoking Tobacco. 70 Jars
Lorrillard Maccaboy Snuff. 5 bbls do
Scotch do, for sale by
J. Si J. H. PECKSl Co.
Paints and Oils.
lO OOO lbs, white Lead. 10 bbls Vene.
lian Red. 10 do American Yellow. 10 do
French do. 15 do Spl's. Turpentine. U do
uiue, viuuu gns. sperm Uil winter nnd full
strntned. 500 do Refined do. 15 Bbl
Linseed do, by
J. &. J. IL PECK & Co.
June 10, 1830.
PERSONS AFFLICTED WITH
WILL find in I ho use of ihe ALBION
CORN PLASTER, one of the most
efficaciom remedies known for that trouble.
some complaint, as hundreds or thousands
can, and are ready to testify, to its having
answered a better purpose than any thing
they hac ever used. This annlicatmn nev-
cr causes the least pain, although fl soft
ens Ihe Corn ann draws il out by the rnotsl
It gives immciliatc case as soon as applied,
and is as thorough as il is gentle in 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 rfinedipsj) and
hhving received such relief myself, I advise
all, however obstinate the complaint, lo
make trial ofthe Albion Corn Piaster, anv
I have no doubt ilicy will soon be as rcadd
to cxptess-lhcir gratitude as I am."
An Agent, in writing for a further sunnlv
ofthe Albion Corn Plaster, ubervcs- "I
have made sale ol all you sent me, and find
the article to be all it professes to be, as
those who have used it find it lo prove tin'
best arliilefor corns they have tver met with.
Price 50 cents a box, with directions.
THE BRITISH ANTISEPTIC
Renders Iho teeth beautifully and per
manently white, embellishes the enamel.
emoves the luDtcr arising from decayed
teeth, usually termed uffeii.-ive breath, pre
vents their decay, and tooth ache, eradi
cates the scurvy I rum the gnms, and im
parts a most desirable sweetness to tho
UCPAn cxpcrianccd druggist pronounces
this Tooth Powder one of the best ho has
ever met with, either Foreign or Domestic.
Price 50 cents.
Dr. Relfe's Pills for Females!
For Obttructions, Debility, Hypochondriac
Green Sickness, Giddiness and Palpitation
ofthe Heart, Dad Digtslion, Loathing of
Food, and Pains of the Stomach. The pills
purify end promote a brisk circulation of
the blond, when become sluggish ana ob
structed from the foregoing disorders, re.
vivc the regular habits ofthe unhealthy fe
male, whose sickly and pallivd countenance
becomes re animated, and freshens wilh
the natural glow of restored health. They
aro equally ctnducive to the health of mar
ried ladies, except in caces of pregnancy
or Consumption, xchen they must not be la
ken. Price jjl .50 per box.
ETNone are genuine unless signed T.
KIDDER, on the wrapper, sole proprietor
and successor lo Dr. Conwav.) by whom
Ihev are for sale at his counting room, No.
99 Court street, Boston, and by his special
appointment, by J. & J. H.PECK & Co.
ALL persons who arc owing mo by note
ur book account, will call and close
li e same and save cost immediately.
Tin Plates, &c
Tin Plates; Russia, English
and American sheet Iron i iron Waro ;
sheet and bolt Copper; sheet Zinc; tind.
and blk Rivets ; wire Vellum, clc.
ALSO A full assortment of Tin Ware,
nt wholesale or retail
T. F. & JF. L, STRONG.
Fine Summer SlocJcs,
The Vaihetv Shop.
JUST opened six dnz. English hair cloth
Stocks; silk and, bristle Stocks, white,
striped, green and black, striped blua, and
black striped and plaid striped thin summer
Slocks; some leal her bound at lop nnd bot
tom. These, with our covered and trim
med Stocks, make the best assortment wo
overbad. Also stitched, corded and plain
Collars and bosoms. Pleaso call and look
at them. Pangbohn & Bhinsmaid.
ONLY 2 1-2 c'nt9 per light for window
sash where 50 windows are sold, or
2 3-4 cents for a less number ; warranted
to be equal if not superior to nnj manufac
tured by hand, for sale by Iho subscriber,
north side the Court-hou-o Square.
Burlington. May 10, 1830.
3600 bushels Turks Island Salt.
100 Bags Dairy do. by
J. Si J. II. PECK St CO.
2000 galls. Winter and Fall
H rained and refined Oil. 5 boxes sperm
Candles. T. F. S,- IF. L. STRONG.
June 17, 1030.
Scyths nnd Snaths. liny Fork?. Rake.', Hoes,
Shovels, Spades, rns-t iron plough, wool
Twine, &o. T. F. Si JF. L. STRONG.
Just receiving by
J. Si J. Ii. PECK & CO.
A Jr ALU ABLE
FOR Wounds, Bruises, or Sores of and
kind, even thoso which hae long been
troublesome ; nn immediate euro for Burns of
Scalds, Sail Rheum, Chapped Hands, and Iho
best thing that I have ever known used for
Sore Eves. Il is also good for iho St. Anlhc
nics' Kire or Irrccipohn. 1 had a child very
much afflicted witli it ; I npplicd many things,
but lo no effect until 1 mado use of my Salve,
which cured her in one day by rubbing ilon
the paits affected. In fact it "may be used foi
every thing ofa sore nature to good effect and
wilh perfect safety, and no fnmily ought lo be
without ii. It would bo found very useful on
board of Steam Boats, or vessels of any kind,
whero accidents may happen ; especially such
as Scalds or Burns, for where applied, draws
out the pain immediately and heals the wound
quicker than any Ihinirclso I ovor know used.
In case of sickness, whero persons aro under
tho necessity lo have MUiers drawn, this
Salvo is the be.-l application which can bo
made after Ihe flies are removed. If you
wish to have ildraw inuchsprcad Iho plaster
thick; if lo heal immediately, spread il very
Ihin on linen : you need no other aonlira.
lion. Prepared mid Mild by A. HUTHER'
FORD, Burlington, Vt. Price 12 1-2 cents
Tina mnv mi'ifi' In nil llinl tt mn..
- . u. .nuj, uuiiuern,
that J have for about Iwo years past, mado uso
of A. Uulhorford's heal all Salve, in my fam
ily, and I consider il profcrablo to any salre I
havo ever known manufactured; its utility
will nnnlv In fYfJi (vnnnil. A
I I V - -, u.u FUICB) .urn
eyes, scaids and burns, Elwood Irish.
I do hereby certify thrt I havo mado use of
A. Rutherford's S.llvn fur nnnrli, I..... ......
- - jar,
and I never louno any I'nngcvcr equalled it
Torn burn or seald. nr n frosli wnmi . ...j
, -. .,v,. uul,u ( auu ,ul
soro eyes there is nothing that ever I Iried
ivlilrh will rftstnin thn pu.h In il.nt. . ,
, -J ...tt, iiaiurai
slate in so short a time as this Salve. I do
therefore recommend it for the benefit of man.
Burlington, May, I83G.
The sucriber hereby cortifies that for moro
than a ycarpasl.in cases of wounds and bruii.
es, ho has frequenely mado uso of and experi.
enced thesalulury effects of A. Hulherford'
salvo, and has also witnessed tho same in oth
ers, and must cheerfully recommend it as a
valuable salvo. E. V. Sf ear,
Shelburn. May, 183G.
We tho undersigned have used A. Ruther
ford's salvo for moro than a year, and havo
known others lo uxe il.and can recommend it
to bo the best thing we ever knew for burns,,
scalds, fresh wounds, bruises, or old sores of
any kind ; and we further recommeod it lo bo
superior lo any thing else, for soro eyes ; and
wo do ihink A. Rutherford's salvo ought to be
nmro publicly known for llio benefit of man
kind at largo. Nathaniel Howard,
F. W. G MS WOLD,
Vergennes, May, 1U3G. (5mf3juno
THE SPRINGFIELD FIRE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, insure on
Ihe most favorable terms, Dwelling Houses
Stores, and other buildings, Furniture.Ji
Merchandize of every description, igninst
loss or damage bv firn. Annlir-.iinn rvr
iniurancc will receive immediate attention.
W VLLYS LYMAN,