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Prom ilio " Itcliqturv," by Betn.iid and Lurj
A shrpliml in flic jiW ei moor
I'lllstted Ilia lone f UiptnV,
And In him kiiicIiM nl iiiiilnijlii liuur.
His luM nnd gi iitlc buy,
'llie nl1il u.is mill, llie sky ms clear,
The union nnd si. us uriulnitii ;
And cll tlio WKing-lu lied lu hear
Of thu'C blight ui'is ul lioht,
When lo ! it 11 r.inli limn Meteor's gl.uo
.Mmte sluts tinil pt.tucis dim ,
In luui.-ient spli-mlm- iIiioiiIi itic air
lis tjlui seun'il tu fuim.
No itimc cinit.l Mam' or planets' (pell
The stiiptni;'s eo i m-li.iiit ;
Hp only uiyrd in site lu lell
Of this new lisil.tnl,
Bui, cio llie sliephcul found a tongue,
'I lie inelcui'j gk'.itii una gone ;
Anil in ilicn glni) uVr llieiu bun,;
'1 lie utbs uf night atone.
Canst tlinii I lie simple le-son lead
My miles lun.-o lialligiii'ii 1
Tlic unit lights ih, n fiiI'i'I) k'.a.l
Ait- liiocu lli.ll shine Iiuiii Iic.icii
One f.irmoic Initio ilirn sun or star
Ii III in cut) miiI ;
''( guide, if mil It in,; c.iilhlv innr,
'l'o heaven's cicin.itgo.il !
Snots on the Sim. M. Colomb Mcnrnd
i!c Nifines, the French nstronnmcr, states
that whenever tlio sun exhibits spots tin its
disc. its temperature bvcnmi's much colder;
ond that w hen these spots arc not visible,
the heat is urn el i greater, nml storms arc ol
more frequent ticorrciico mid greater vio
loner, llerschul also cumc to the mm.
conclusion, alter more thnn Iwrtily year.-,
observation. All tlicpoti; wtucli M. Me
nurd has ubsi rved pa.-? over Irom the wes
to the east, mid ait; of a round form. Some
have, however, been discovered which ap
pearcd situate, and oilier triangular; but
these iio supposed lo be a ciniL'iotitcration of
the souther ones, v. hieh have, afterwards as
si!o:l;I lie eoini'ioii lor m. These spots the
ali'"itin r believes tu bu detached from the
sun, i.j inoveiiiciits altogether different
ami dislim i 'inin tlio reat luniinaiy itself.
Pimm of th-m he lias observed lo lake about
tun ila s in passing over the kuii, hat ing made
Heir uppcaranco al the lower limb, and pas.
scd off at the upper ; mid he is convinced, he
adds, that they are htllo ichp-es which inter
cept the solar rays, and consequently diiniuMi
the heat of tho Min. Tin1 llierinuimtrieal ob.
tenalious whicli hnve bei n taken eniilirm this
opinion. Never hate hi many "f lhes.0 spots
been observed as dining tint present year,
between Febi uniy and Iho end ol' .May," Up
to the 22d of April, M, .Mr-mud hid counted
ten, and up to the ICth of.M-iy thirteen, and
the season lias been remarkable for its cold
ness. Bank if lit ilii,h .V.irth Ameiica Meas
ures ate in active progress, for thu estab
lishment of a mammoth bank, under the
nbovo title, with power to locate branches
in tho principal tuwnth'r li-ifi in the Amur c in
colonies. The capital, w Inch is one mil
lion of pounds sterling, w ith liberty lo be
increased to ony amount, is divided into
iwi nly thousand shares, nf fifty puumls
each, of which two lliinU have bean tub
tcribcd in London, and tin; remainder i
reserved for tho dlnnies. Tho manage
ment niihe iiistituiioti ts vcMcd in a Lon
don Court of fuurt Directors, and the
bianchc are In be conducted bv Hoards,
appointed by them. R-.bert Colter, Esq.,
olio of the Lot don directors, has arrived al
.Montreal, lor the purpose of iccetving ap
plications for the balance of the elocls, and
malting other arrangements for carrying
the objects ol the company into immediate
cfilct. .Yingura Falls Jour.
Lyman Sc Cole,
"AVE received iheir Kiimttur Ootids.
comprising n verv extensive n-sorl-
liiuiil ofcnllii.-oes. a great variety of figure
style and labrm from I J to G J els per yard;
cambrtes, plain, chei 1; and plaid; mull nml
Swiss inu-liiis; cro.-s b.ir'd plaid and birds
eve do. gingham--, chicks, plnuls Sin, low
icry.ciiibroiileroil open work, ami plain silk
cotton do. (Jloves-, silk, hid, linen and Her
liu: Suspenders, Imli.i rubber, web nml
kin' ; a general n.ortineiit of Silks, inclo.
ding neb. heavy, plain, block, blue black
gro drSwis, gro ie Rhine and oilier silks;
rich lig'd blue black do. belt ribbons lo
111 itch; rich corn gm do N.iple-', plain, fig'd
nod plaid; mix'il si'k Ciiniblris ami Pongee;
blur black and piintul Slutllys very itch ;
bliieli green njul brown Piencli Hotiibazinii
T.i (Tela garin'uro. and c.ip ribbons; linen
sheeting 4 4 to 10 4 wide; Iri-h liucp:
brown and black linen; I able spreads, blchd
nnd brow n; birds eye napkin-', limn damask;
Riissitt Diaper and crn-n; ll.-iiinltou slripe.
mixture and rotien Cnssnucre' ; bed lick
double and single width ; cotton drilling,
brown and bleach'd ; coilim sbeeiiug ami
shirling do. carpeting, floor cloths and flan
ucls; knitting collou and thread.
Gentlemen will liud a gn al variety ol
Summer Cloths, including black, brown,
nnd several shadts of green IJmcheH.i.
Princctta, Eiumiiictte, Lotulou ftinimei
cloths, iVc. white nnd brown linen drilling
Hroodcloths, black, blue, green mid lanej
colors; clieckd, plaul anil lancy striped do.
Heavy black and blue black silk velvet for
vesting; white Morsails, lancy do. lig'd silk
and other vesting.
Pedlars will liud a largo n'sorlmcnt ol
low prie'd calltco?; spool, skein nml pound
thread, One entire case of coal, vest and
pjntaloon buttons'. Hunks and eyes, sus
Burlington, .May 20.
Tlio sulisci ihers are receiving
continually from New York, ihu mo-t ilcstr
nble patterns of every nriiclo in the Fancy
Dtv Goods line, who Ii makes! their stuck
at ull limes one of iho best lo be found.
We nie now opening one rusocunsisting
of St'k Sitting Silk, ('bally und Blond
Gauzo II jiikirehiefs and Scarfs, Gloves,
Hosier . i icli embroidered belts, silk and
entity Aprons &c.
L tTtinci' &. PimviN.
50 hluls. proof, pure Jioston
Rum, for salu on consignment, at Bo, ton
prices, by Foi.i.ett Bii.uii.evs.
June 24, 1830. Oui
On Monday, lho4th of July, tlio Kranlin and
Wiunoki will leavo Whitehall anu at. annus.
alTEN o'clock, A. M ; ami will conllnuo lo
lonvu al thai hour until .Monday llio bin any
tif September, when they wm again leave uie
abovu niciilioiicd placet at ONE o'clock, L'.M.
the tcionnder of the season.
richard w. SHERMAN,
Will le.ue Whitehall eicry
and St. Johns cicry
dipt. D.1J" LYOjY,
Will leate Whittball eeiy and Si. Johns ciery
Ifidncsday S- Thursday S(
Goiiia A'orth Arrive at Essex at about di
o'clock, P. iM. ; lJurlintiton at 0 ; l'ort Kent,
al 7i ; rialtsburfh, al 0.
Oo'nir South Arrivo at riatlsburgh at a
bout 3J. I'. M.J Port Kent, at 5; Burliugtun.at
G; I'.ssex.at II.
JJurlingtan, July, 11530.
The Variety Shop.
At Burlington, Vermont, West tide Church
WE have received large additions to our
Slock of GOLD and SILFEIl
Watches. Chains, Keys, Pencils, Pins, car
Rings, Clock-, plated Ware, Urillania,
Castors, brass ntul plated Candlesticks,
Snuffers and Trays ; plated knob Lamps;
small go to bed Lamps, lamp Wicks and
Glasses; baskets, bags and purses; milita
ry goods, perfumery, hair oil, shaving
soap's, razors, lather brushes, pots, &c.
fine razor straps, fine cutlery, pen makers ;
an elegant assortment of fashionable 6locks,
collars nnd bosoms, nccordeons, music box;
cs, small organs, and ' all kinds of musical
instruments : hair, tooth and all kinds of
brushes, visi'ing cards and caes, a great
variety of sizes und colors; backgammon
boards, clies-men, plating cards, quill-', sil
ver and steel pens ; steel brass .vood and
whalebone busks, narrow whalebones. 6iay
and boot lacings of cotton and silk, India
rubber suspenders, patent and cuimnnii
elastics, thimbles, needles ond pins, ther
moulders, rosewood dressing cases, worn
boxes, portable desks, dressing cases for
travellers, manifold writers, matches, pocket
Under boxes, dressing room mirrors, pocket
and French mirrors, merchants' Tags,
paints, brushes, pencils and all articles in
that line; pictures, varnish and whilenood
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'
cla-p knives, largu and small telescopes or
Spy Glasses.'; plaques of various pattern
which arc rapidly superceding waisl buck
les, powder horns and flasks, shot bags,
tabic mats, slates, canes and umbrellas, to
gether wnh a very large and elegant col
lection of fancy article, some of which will
bo more particularly enumerated al some
future tune. To strangers visiting Bur
litigtou wo would just say, that we have
an assortment, selected with great care,
which stands, we believe, unrivalled in these
parts; and ihoso wishing forfino Watches,
Jewelry, or any Goods wo sell, v ill snvu
both tune and moncv by calling at the Wi
ndy Shop, where Watches and Clocks are
cleaned and repiired ; silver Spoons are
made and constantly kept for sale ; Brands
and Stamps cut al short notice ; tiuuk and
cofiin Plates made when wanted.
l'A.NGllOr.N Si lilll.NSMAII).
Tit the inhabitants n Burlington Sf Vicinity.
rpllE undersgned bus rented I lie slnre
Ibrtnerlv occupied hv Win. Wells, and
the last year by David Irish, where ho is
now receiving from Now York a general
assortment of DRY COOPS. IfKTnnd
DRY CUIOCICRIKS. CROCKERY
CL.ISS ami 1IJ1UU W.llli:, wlucli lie
will toll for cash or most kinds of country
produce as cheap as the cheapest.
lie lakes Ibis opportunity to thank the
public lor the general support he has re
ceiveo lor mu snort tune lie lias been in
business, and ho hopes, by giving good
bargains nnd paying strict attention lo
business, still to receive the same general
support. SOLOMON WALKER.
Burlington, Mai 21, l!!30.
.Etna Insurance Company.
ljUlh subscriber continues to insure all
kinds of real and personal properly
as ngeiu inr sain company, to whom up
plication may at all tunes bu made al his
Ollico in Burlington. The established
rcpuiation of this Company fur stability,
luuoi-sa nun nourauiy in incir ucalinr's
needs no further commendation.
Wm. A. Gntswor.n.
Burlington, April G, 11130.
1 n,5,5I'S- .'found Campcachy Lmr
"-' wood, 100 do do Nicuragua. IOC
no tio i'uslic. 5U do do camwood. 10 do
do curcuma. 12 do do bar wood. 20 do
do .Madder. 25 do copperas. 15 do alluin.
15 do.bluo vitriol. 25 carboys do oil, 2 lbs
argol. 2 do cream tarlar. 2 bales nut
gans. b cerouns indigo. Clothiers' brush-
cs, tent noons, and press papers.
J & J. H PECK fc CO.
j Q BALES Lawrence, Chicnpcc. Cabot
xvy and Red River Cottons ; 4 bales hca
vy stout Sheetings ; 000 Ibi. Cotton Yarn,
5 to 10 by
Lemuel Cuiitis & Co.
July 22. UI30.
a D.iz. Mannilla Molts, of every 6ize ond
Lemuel Cunns ii Co,
July 22, 1830.
rpHU mhscribor hns just received Irom
.L the Foundry of J. D. Ward, Vcr
"cnncs, No. 2 and 3
Rotary Cooking Stoves &
Trimmings ; Box do.
Ploughs, &c. &c.
wliich arc olTercil for sale for cash or np
V. S. He wishes to call the attention o(
tlio economical, to llm fuel and labor-sa
ving proporlies of tho Rotary Stove, nnd jti
peculiar ndatitalion as a Summer Cooking
Slocc. Bv the use of tho "rate, a very
small ntnoutit of fuel is rcnuircd for the
culinary operations of any family ; less by
one half, it is believed, than is required by
any other Stovo in use. Its lorni ami
height is such that it admits of being pla
ced in tho fire places of ordinary kitchens,
60 that most of tho heat and cflluvia from it
passes oir by I he chimney. The saving of
fuel cfiocled by the Improved Rotary, in
one year, over that of almost any other
Cooking Stove, is fully equal lo its cott,
besides the superior facility and care wiih
which the several culinary operations are
performed with it.
Also, Tea and Matlin Kettles of various
sizes, cast expressly for this Stove.
Burlington, March 31, 1830,
Tin Plates, &c
Tin Plates ; Russia, English
and American ehecl Iron ; iron Wara ;
i-hcctand bolt Copper; sheet Zinc; tind.
and blk Rivets ; wire Vellum, etc.
ALSO A full assortment of Tin.Warc,
at wholesale or retail
T. F. SiJF.L. STRONG.
Drugs and Medicines.
LATIIROP & POTWIN have receiv
ed their Spring Eupply of Genuine
Drugs and Medicines antl arc now offering
them to the pnblic, at wholesale or retail,
on the most reasonable terms.
CHESTS Hvson skin and Young
hyson Teas. 20 bags Coffee. 10
do. Pimento. 10 do. Pepper. 30 hhds.
Boston N. E. Rom. 20 do rectified Whis
key. 12 bbls. American Untidy nnd Gin.
Signed Brandy. Holland Gin. Pure St.
Croix Ruin. Wines. Pale and Brown
Sherry. Pure Old Madcria. do do Port.
I cnenlle. Canary. Sicily Aladcna. French
do and Malaga. 25 baskets Champaign of
superior brand, la cases Llarct. 50
Quiutels Cod Fi-h. 75 boxes Herring. 35
do Bar Soap. 20 do Starch. 30 do Pipes
J. oi J. II. PECK &. CO.
rOll.MEULY from Dover, M. II. takes this
L opportunity to inform Ins friends and
Iho public that he has opened a Utitanii Injir-
marynl tho Green Mountain House, in Pearl
street, Uuilinglon, Vermont, where ho has
lilted up rooms for the accommodation of I ho
sick and infirm, and will piactico in strict
conformity to tho system of Doct. Samuel
Thomson of Boston, who has now become so
celebrated, not only in the United States, hut
m Luropo. "I he 1 homsoniau System" lias
not only received the cntiroapprnbation ofall
who have tncu its merits, bui it lias also re.
ceived llie unqualified approbation of many of
thcrejiular Practitioners. Doot.V.would"ber
leave to say lo strangcis, in regard to hit;
qualifications, that he has spent thrco years
diligently studying tlio principles of his" pro
fession, with Doct. Thomson and other dis
lingiuslicd practitioners that he has visited oil
the Infirmaries in New England, and can con
fidently offer hinisell lo tho public as well
qualified to administer to Iho diseases of tho
sick, so far as preparatory studies and the
best advantages for information, will enable
him to do.
Mrs. Vhichcr having been at gtcal pains lo
acquire information in Botanic practice, and
having had two years experience in thu pro.
fession with her husband, will take chargo of
tho femalo department of'the Infirmary.
Doct. W. in addition, would beg leavo to
report a number of cures porformcd under his
own hand. First, tho euro ol'William Walk
er of I-'ianklin, N. II , who was entirely cured
of tho Ilheuoiatism and Slraiigcrv in their
worst stages, in tho courso of twelvo davs,
after baffling thu skill of all the learned doc
tors in the country.
Second, the cafe of Robert Sal by, cured of
n uau eyu, in nvuu.iys, auer naving boon de
prived of his sight fur a very considerable
Third, the cure of Fidelia Hiking of North
field, N.ll. deprived ofher reason seven vears,
was iclorcd lo it again after a treatment of
eighteen days, and lo perfect bodily health,
Fourth, tlio euro of Adeline Mam, bad eyes
for sit years, exceedingly orc entirely cured
in fivu days.
Fifth, tho cure of Martha Scrutin, swelled
neck. supposed to be Kings-Evtl cured in livo
Sixth, Iho euro of Mr Maro. This was a
case of Asthma.whieh had continued one year
and was cured in four days,
Sovcuth, iho euro of 5".bil Walton, was a
case of Dyspepsia, Rheumatism and Croup
curuu in eigui uays.
Eight, tho cuio of Klmcdia Quimby, cured
of Consumption, after having been given over
by all Iho doctors in tho placn.
Curo ofJacob Sawyer of Duvor, N.ll. cured
of Dropsy and Fcvcr-Sorcs, seventeen years
standing, in Tour weeks.
Tho caso of Amelia Whichor, after twenty
yeais sickness of Dropsy, Dyspepsia and Pa-
ralelic shock, and of tailing opium six years
was cuied in twenty days.
Mr W. has bad two hundred patients and
has given bctwoen Tour and fivo hundred
courses for complainlsof all doscriplioiis.wilh
entire success. Mr. W. is satisfied that his
modo oftroatnionl has all tho beneficial effects
of a visit to tho springs whils it saves tho
patient in many cases, an enormous oxponso.
Mr W. weuld infurm his friends that ho has
on hand a complete assortment of Ilotanic
Medicines, from tho hand or Doct. Samuel
Thomson. That ho has also family rights and
Doct llobinsou's Bitters forsalo.
Mr W. acts as auonl for Doel. .nniii4
Thomson of Boston, not Benjamin Thompson
of Concord, N. II. nor Jesse Thompson of
jilounl vcrnon Cliarlcs-iticct, Boston.
N. B. Patients should always hivo a change
of linen when they put themselves under his
j"' April 14, 1830.
Soda, Seidlitz, and Lemonade
Powders, prepared and sold oy ur iiuhh.-
berg, at his apothecary shop, Uiurcn si.
July 8, 1830.
Lint Seed Oil.
500 gallons of fresh quality, by
. r o it , Ij oi w
Juno 10. 1830.
20 dozen Horns, do. on consignment, and
for Bale by
Fol.LETT & BnAOLEYS.
Juno 24. I83G. "w
1200 lbs. of Cotton Yarn, as
sorted numbers, from 5 to 10 of the Man
chester Manufacturing Company's make,
bv Lemuel Cuivts & Co.
OLD Madeira, Sicily, Madrid, Lisbon,
old Sherry, Mersa'iles. Madeira, sweet
Malaga. Muscat and real old Champaigne
a choice stock.
ALSO Brandy, Rum, Gin of 1st and
2 iualiiy at lowest prices, wholesale and
retail. 7. ' Si IF. L. STROjYG.
June 1G. 1830.
GO kegs Powder, assorted qual
ities, at inannforlurers nrices.
T. F. Si W. L. STRONG.
2000 lbs. double refined loaf
Sugar, equal In quality to the best English,
for sale by
FOLLETT Si BRADLEYS.
Juno 24. 1830. 4m
Snuff & Tobacco.
Lorrillard's Maccaboy Snuff",
in bbls. kegs and Jars. Do Scotch. Do
Bladders. Do fine cut and smoking To
bacco, by the bbl. or doz. at manufactur
T. F. Si W. L. STRONG.
Liverpool Blown Salt.
Qrt SACKS, just received by
r. F. Si Ur. L. STRONG.
June 14. 1830.
KERN & EVAiS
HAVE just received from Now York,
their spring supply of goods, com
nrt-ing a cl.oiro selection of CLOTHS,
CASSIMEIIES, NESTINGS. TRM
M1NGS, S;e. which with their 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 suW be enabled to furnish our
customers with very superior articles al
a small advance from former prices for
We will tuk; tho present occasion also,
to correct an erroneous impression, that
we sell only lo those who employ us to
make iheir garments. This is entirely a
mistake. Much as it might gratify us to do
our friends justice in the, as well as the
fabric, wo shall nevertheless bo equally
happy to furnish tho materials for those
who may find it more convenient to employ
Burlington. May 12, 1830.
PERSONS AFFLICTED WITH
WILL find in tho u-c nf the ALBION
CORN PLASTER, one of iho most
(flicacions remedies known forthal trouble,
some complaint, as hundreds or thousands
can, and arc ready to testify, lo its having
answered a bctlcr purpose than any thing
they hail ever used. This application nev
er causes ihe least pain, although it soft
ens the Com ami draws it out by the roolst
It gives immediate cose as soon as applied,
and is as thorough as it is gentle in its
A gentleman ncfir Greenfield writes:
"It lias cured a Corn, which for years had
caused mo inconceivable pain and I rouble,
(after trying various other ri'iuedies;) and
having received such relief myself, I advise
all, however obstinate the complaint, lo
make trial of the Albion Com Plaster, any
I have no doubt they will sunn be as rcad'd
to expicss Iheir gratitude as am."
An Agent, in writing for a further supply
of the Albion Com Plaster, observes- "I
have made sale of all you sent me, and find
the article to be all it professes to be, as
those who have used it find it to prove the
best arlulefor corns they have ever mtt icilh.
Price 50 cents a box, with directions.
THE BRITISH ANTISEPTIC
Renders the teeth beautifully and per
manently white, embellishes Ihe enamel,
etnoves Ihu fuller nrMng from decayed
leelh, usually termed offensive breath, pre
vents their decay, and loolh ache, eradi
cates the scurvy from the glims, and im
parts a most desirnble sweetness to Iho
ICTAn experianced druggist pronounces
this Tooth Powdur one of the best ho has
ever met with, cither Foreign or Domestic.
Price 50 cents.
Dr. Rclfo's Pills for Females!
For Obstructions, Debility, Hypochondriac
Green Sickness, Giddiness and Faloilalion
of the Heart, Had Digtstion, Loathins of
i-uun, unu rains oj tne siomacn. J lie pills
purify end promote a brisk circulation of
mo uioou, when become sluggish and ob
structed from the foregoing disorders, re
vive the regular habits of tho unhealthy fn
male, whose sickly and pallied countenance
becomes re animated, and freshens with
the natural glow ol restored health. They
. v.uui.jf tinuui.nu iu mo ueaiin or mar
ried ladies, except in coccs of pregnancy
or Consumption, tcren rhey must not be a
ken. Price gl, 50 per box.
fCTNono ore ccnuino unless
KIDDER, on tho wrapper, sole proprietor
and successor to Dr. Comvav.) by whom
uiuv are lor sale at ins counting room, No.
09 Court street, Boston, and by his special
appointment, by J. Si J. II, PECK Si Co,
Drugs &, Medicines.
THE subscriber has just received from
New York and is now opening an
extensive assortment of Drugs and Medi
cines, which he offers cheap for cash or
short credit. The stock comprises many
of tho new French medicines and an assort
ment of tho most approved genuine patent
medicines. Physicians and families may
rely on his unwearried exertions to give
satisfaction in this department.
Burlington, June 25, 1830, corner of
Church street and the square.
;j-vdnz Warners warranted Scythes,
30 do Sampson's patent Snathes.
50 boxes Indian pond Stones
Juno 16. J. r J. II. PECK Si Co.
BALES sup. Ingram and Venetian
G do India matting for summir car.
Oil cloth do. Wilton and Brusscl
Bindings &c. jii"t received by
LATIIROP Si POTWIN.
Winooski Patent Block Man
rjlHE Directors of litis Company res
JL pcctl'ully inform their friend- nnd the
Maralimc public of tlic United Slates gen
erally, that they have purchased the whule
of the establishment formerly known ns
tho Livingston Patent Block Machinery,
with all thu extension of the patent rights
recently granted by Congress to Thomas
Blanchard, L-q. the original inventor and
patentee, together with nil I he late im
provements made and patented by him.
They have manufactured anil now offer
for sale a large stock of machine made
solid, common nnd bushed Ship's Taiklc
Blmki. from 5 to 9 inches, am! machine
made Plank Blocks, from 7 to 10 inches,
and other articles on reasonable terms.
They further inform the public that they
have made arrangements for removing
their machinery from New York tu the
site of a new mill with an 80 horse power
water wheel built c;:pres-ly to receive it,
nt Burlington, Vt. in tin; heart of n cotin
try abounding with tho finest and best of
limber for their purpose whence they in
tend sending to the New York market a
Ijrge, constant, and regular supply of these
anil other articles in the Block making
hue. They further add lliat it is their
intention tu increase the machinery so ns
to meet the present and future demands of
the blockiuaking trade and maralimc public
throughout the United Slates.
This Company has lately been incorpo
rated by the Slate ol'Vermonl with a large
capi'al expressly for this purpose.
A largo discount will be allowed to the
trade, and a liberal discount tu ship chand
letes and others. iLTOrders addressed to
William Serrcll, superintendnnt at the
company's office and store, No. 04 South
street. N. York, will meet due attention.
Burlington, 21st March, 1030.
Tobacco and Snuff.
KEGS Plug Tobacco. 15 Boxes
Cavendish do. 30 bbls Lorrillard
Chewing and Sninkine Tobacco 70 Jars
Lorrillard Maccaboy SnufF. 5 bbls do
Scotch do, for sale by
J. Si J. II. PECK Si Co.
Paints and Oils.
lO OOO lbs, uhite Lead 10 bbls Vene.
iiau Red. 10 do American Yellow. 10 do
French ilo. 15 do Spt's. Turpentine. U do
Glue. 2000 glls. sperm Oil winter and fill
strained. 500 do Rtfiucd do. 15 Bbls
Linseed do, bv
J. Si J. II. PECK Si Co.
June 10, HUG.
Important Information !
TO PERSONS AtFLlCTEl) WITH THE FOLLOWING
S C R O F U L A,
S C U R V F. Y,
Festering Ki options,
St, Anthony's Fire,
Fev. Sores.even when
tho bones arc afTtclcd
V'ioltnl Eruptions af
when mere, has failed
and all disorders arising from an impure state
of tlic Blood and Humors aie assured that
continue unrivalled for tho Prevention, Belief
and Cute ol these cumpuiuls. In proof of
whicli read Iho following :
lO-Remarkable cure of a case r12 years
standing. Extract of a letter. Sir "My leg
which before did not look liko a human jimb,
is now entirely healed up, (after resisting
every other application for 12 years!) Plu
vious to taking your Rclfo's Botanical Drops,
I hud given up all bopo of relief.
Another Case. An agent writes "There
is a person Inking the Botanical Drops, cii
denliy with the greatest advantage." Ho de.
claies, lo use his own words, " Ii is doing
wonders for him," and, as it were, 'snatching
bun Irom tun grave'
Numorous Instances have occurred where
persons wore pining away a miserable exist
ence, nothing they could procure affording
them a permanent relief, until they had made
use o I 10 above invaluable Medicine.
They aro alsuthc best spring and autumnal
puysic. I'rice J-I.or U bottles lor live dollars.
IIUMFKIES' Rcsicqv FOU
One of tho most thorough remedies known
for this troublesome complaint. It has more
perfectly answored the purpose for which it
is intended than any otltcr now in common
ase, and affords immediate and permanent re.
liif, both from tho disorder itself, and its
accompanying symtoms oCpain in the loins
vertigo, headach, lost oappelite,indigeslion, and
other marks of debility.
03"Pr!co$l for both articles Ointment Si
Electury or 50 cents when but one only is
J & J II PECK Si CO.
(ETNono aio genuino unless signed T
KIDDEIl, on the wrapper, (sole proprietor
and successor to Dr. Conway,) by whom they
aro for salo, at his Counting Room, No.99,
Court strt, Boston, and by his special appoint-,
mcnl.by J,& J. H, PECK & Co. I
ONLY 2 1-2 ccnt9 per light for window'
sash where 50 windows are cold, or
2 3-4 cents fur a less number ; warranted
to be equal if not superior to an; manufac
tured by hand, fur sale by the subscriber
north side the Couit-housu Square.
Burlington, May 10, 1830.
Dr. Adams' Celebrated Eie Water.
Warranted an effectual curo for sore, weak)
and intlaincd eyes.
PHICE 25 CENTS r-EB VIAL.
fTIHIS celebrated arliclo was invented by
JL ono of tlio most distinguished physicians
of the age, and during an cxtcnslvo practico
of 30 years, he invariably resorted to it in all
cases of soro, weak and inflamed eyes, that
camo under his notice, and so great a celeb
rity did ho acquire thereby, that thoj cams lo
him from all parts, and in no instanco was it
over known to fail in producing tho desired
effect. A short time only has elapsed sinco
tho arliclo was first introduced lo public no.
ticc, and during that period, upwards of
TIinKi: THOUSAND nOTTLES
have been disposed of, and Iho demand for it
is rapidly increasing. So sure and speedy is
Iho efTcet produced oy this article, that ono
single vial has completely cured an inflamed
eye, though various remedies had for a long
t i nio previous been resorted to, but in vain.
Amplo directions accompany tho article, as
well as letters of recommendation fiom tho
most respectable physicians' in the country.
With a view lo insure its u-cfulnoss in a more
extensive way, the proprietor has appointed
the following persons wholesale Agents for
the sale of it, whero tho public may rest assur
ed of procuring the genuine arliclo.
JOSEPH FISIII.lt. proprietor,
7th fi Bultonwood,
JOHN II. ttOWANI),249, Market &
B A. HOSKINS, 37G Market streets,
DR. W. L. Al.TEE, Lancaster.
J. k J. II. PECK Si CO.,
As will of nil druggists and storekeepers
throughout the Slate.
Orders thankfully received and punctually
attended to fui eye water or drugs,
Philadelphia, June 28, 183G. If.
27th July, 1836.
SCYTHES 12 dozen Harris', March's
Waits', M.uble's and Longlass' grass
Scythes, received and fur sale by tho Dozen
or singlc,at the Hardware Store. Also, a few1
dozen of the Scghaticnk gram Cradles, by
The Genuine Swaims Pana
cea; also Ri iv amis, and Green's celebrated.
Ionic Mixture lor Fever and Ague, this
day received, and for sale at tho Dru"
Store corner of church t. and the square.
June 25, 1030.
ItOIl Wounds, Bruises, or Soros of and
. kind, even thoso which have long been
Iroublesomo ; an immediate cure for Burns of
Scalds, Salt Khcum, Chapped Hands, and tho
best thing that I have ever known used for
Soro Etcs. It is also good for Ihe St. Anthc
nics' Fire or Irrccipolus. 1 had a child very
much afllicted with it ; I applied many thing!,
but to no effect until I mado uso of my Salve,
whicli cured her in one day by tubbing it on
the pails alluded, lu fact it may be used foi
every thing of a soro naturo to good effect and
with perfect safely, and no family ought lo bt
without it. Il would be found very useful on
board o!' Steam Boats, or vessels of any kind,
where aceidenlK may happen ; especially suclr
as Scalds or Bums, for where applied, draws
out the pain immediately and heals the wound
quicker than any thing else I ever knew used.
In case of sickness, where persons are under
tho necessity to have blisters drawn, this
Salve is the best application which can bo
mado al'iur the dies are removed. If you
wish to have ildtaw muchsprcad tho plaster
thick; if to heal immediately, spread it very
thin on linen : you need no other applica
tion. Prepared and sold by A. RUTHER
FOIin, Burlington, Vt. Price 12 1-2 cents
This may certify lo all that it may concern,
that 1 havo for about two years past, mado uso
of A. Rutherford's heal all Salve, in my fam
ily, and I consider it preferable lo any salro I
have over known manufactured; its utility
will apply lo fresh wounds, old sores, sore
eyes, scalds and burns, Elwood Irish.
I do hereby certify that I have mado use of
A. Rutherford's Salvo for nearly two years,
and I never found any thing ever equalled it
for a bum or scald, or a Iresh wound ; aud for
soro eyes there is nothing lliat ever I tried
which will restore tho eyes lo their natural
stale in so short a time as this Salve. 1 do
therefore recommend it for tho benefit of man.
kind. John Logan.
Burlington, May, 1030,
Tho sub-criber hereby cortifics that for moro
than a yearpasl.in casesof rtoundsand bruis.
is, ho has frequencly made use of and cxperi.
enced thu salutary elocls of A. Rutherford'
salve, and hasalso witnessed the same in oth
ers, and must cheerfully recommend it as a
valuablo salve. B. '. Sfeab,
Sholbiim, May. 11130.
We tho undersigned have used A. Uuther
fold's salvo fur more than a year, and have
known others to uso it, and can recommend it
to bo tho best thing wo ever knew for burns,
scalds, fresh wounds, bruises, or old sores oT
any kind ; and we further rcconimcod it to be
superior lo any thing else, for sore eyes ; and
we do think A. Rutherford's s.ilvo ought lo be
mure, publicly known for llie benefit of inan
kind al largo. Natimmel Howard,
F. W. GmswoLD,
Vergennes, May, 1U3G. 6mf3juno
ruMic. tt JUJU HELD FIRE IN
X SURANCE COM PA NY, nsu re on
the most favorable terms, Dwelling Houses
Stores, and other buildings, Furniture &
Merchandize of cverv ,)o.L,:' :",,&J.
loss or damage by fire. Ann! cmS r 1
insurance wiirreve SS:
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