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It link' P. intn t in rn.
rAMtl?-'fmMfflR ..liiMirn nl'llm Milisr.rl.
L!A Wi'Cflr Iut on or ntmut tho Id
ill t?cil ciniinr lal, nnu
....I n...l ...I.,l II. .v..
OL'2iw3)v- supposed Id lio ubout
2 years old, huge size, sboil horns, with n long
I nil, lliu owner i.s requested to provo property
payuhaiges unci taku Iter iiwny.
m. is. Berkley.
Millim. December 10. llUtl.
m a g m sr b
rfl II I'' sub-cribu's request i imii t'fl m o
JL payment, on till d'.'bls linn f n id linn
'I'd prevent misappri'henstun hprpn'ter, wv
wimld soy. distinctly, tlini m r nhj"ct is, l"
sell principally for cady rusk mid uhurp
credit li. given, witliinil n t-ifc ifl'wJ limi'
payment 16 iiDifor ml v expected winm palled
for. X. LOVFA.Y if Co.
Burlington, Dec 20. 1 1130
ARLEY'S MUSICAL HISTORY,
2 vols, lor puli; Iiv
n-c. so o Goodrich.
a o CANZONETS ; music ond words
by llisimp Hopkins, just published by
20 O Goodrich.
GOOD clean Iiv..' (ii'i'm Feathers, nnd
30 iMi ds green solid Beech nnd Ma
ili! WOOD, immiuoiin- &. nnis-MAti).
ffv pj. of Carpet inif, of various quoli
xtjyv&Jr tics, of Wool, Hpinp nnd Coiien.
nlso, Russia carpet in',', from 1 to liyds.
wide. Also, n full assortment of Looking.
Glasses, house paper &c. fur sole by
DP. 10. N L'-VF.I,Y & Co.
17. IiOTBLY & GO.
HAVE just received a new and well
selected assortment of Dry Gn-.ds,
Dry Groceries, Crockery. Glass and China
WARE. Tlioir entire stock comprises n
variety loo extensive in pin iculnrtKC, suf
lice to say wo are prepared lo sell great
bnrrrniiifi fi,r ready ca-h.
Burlington, Dec. It!, KI39.
Scarlet and grey Canada stock
ings a lot hi tift-t quality lor ea!o cheap ui
the new establishment of
Dec. 20, ljATiiuoi'.VnvtN &, Wait.
The Museum of Religious
Knowlcdgo, a suitable book for ptcscnts for
nil seasons, just ree'd bv
Dec 12. 'C f!OOD RICH-
rfflHK largest slock and greatest variety
J- in the Mate, for mlu at manufacturers
prices, by C. GOODRICH.
Nov. 15 WickwnreV building, uo stei's.
r 1 1 f 1 E subscriber would respectfully inforn)
JL the inlmliitaiits nfliurlington tliat by the
earnest solicitation of a number of gentlemen
residing in and adjacent in said town, lie lias
been constrained to cstalilisli a
nt Colchester Falls, ("in; mile fiom the Court
"niiMi.in linrlniploii.) ivluirp In; will lie linppy
lo supply all tliu-o who m.iy wish lo purchase
Window Hash or Blinds. J lis long experience
in the above business warrants him in aesuiing
all those who may favor him with their patron,
age, (hat ihcy may depend upon a Cunt rata
ii i tide, as lie is determined to employ none
but first rale workmen and his stock will bo
of the very best materials. Orders from a
distance addressed to the subscriber at ISnr
linglon, Vt. wttl be thankfully received and
promptly attended lo. SlDA'EY SMITH.
Co'chestir Falls, August 5, 1839.
N. B. AH wnik warranted lo bo good, or
no sale. Any size or quantity of Sash, fur.
ni'hed lo order. ' if
llev. . Coverts'
RAMI OF MFE.
ANEW AND VALUABLE REMEDY
lor llioso ho are afiliclcd with acute and
chronic diseases of the Lungs' and Windiuim:
This medicinu is suited lo all climates and
to persons of all ages and sexes, will keep for
any lenirtlt ol time, and may lie used Willi per
i.... I'..,., i :.. 1 1... ........ i'. ..i.e.
ofhealti.: as it contains no' ingredients that
can impair the constitution under anv circum.
stances. It will be found groallv serviceable
in nil diseases of the Luiil's 'and Ilroclua, i
such as phlliisie, asthma, whoopinn- cou-'li.!
croup, acute and chronic inflammation of the
lungs and windpipe. l!y the dyspeptic, it has
been used with decited advantage, and is
serviceable lo persons laboring under debility
nfany kind. if used according to llm directions.
To llio consumptive, il has invariably nlfordcd
(tlmost immediate relief, uud in sovctul instan
ces has wrought a permanent cure. Il is not
Jiowovcr, expected lo effect a euro upon such
as arc in the last stages of the disease ; but
even lo such, it will bo found to give muih
reliof.and greally piolong that remnant of life
which has becotnu so ucaily extinguished by
the dread destrovei.
Sold by J. I: .. PKCKk Co., Hurling.
vc w w a (& 2a m
' inilE Subscriber lias iiikeu Hie hick
JJ- Store lormerly occupied by A J. Fuller
&. Co where he is now receiving n gene
lal assortment of
g la ss a xd (1 a r d wa r e,
j) ye stuffs,
ROOTS AXD SUOnS.
FUR if WORSTED CAPS Sec C,
Having purchased his entire Slock ol
Goods with Cash during the pres(urc for
money in New York, some of the Inst day6
of October, lie is enabled lo sell them at
much less rotes than Goods hove usually
been sold in this place. The public are re
quested to call nnd examine Ins Stock He
can assure those tl:nt are in wont ol Goods
and Cheap Goods, that there is no ueces
fcity of their going lo llurltnglnn in liny
hem. W. II. IIOLLEY.
Willis! on. Nov. 29t b. 1 339.
Pilot Cloth, Broadcloths, cas-
'itiicrcs, Vesliiigs coat Iticinpr i Fur, cloth
nd Seal skin caps, woollen yujiiiry'iuit)
;"i loves, lilack skin Gloves and mittens,
n d i a li Jiccnsius, &c. lor snle cheap by
Dec 2j. LATauyi-t'i'JWis & Wait.
DRY GOODS AND
Al lb" Cnsli Store kept by
C1AN be piiichnsml ns low ns nny one
f in the Stale, whether they sell ni eel
below co-it. or al profit, the following
French, English ntul American prints,
from 0 to 25 pence.
I-'m-iipIi nnd Engliih Merinos from Is.
Cd. lo I0j. Oil.
Mohair, ctttpc, nnil London caniblct ot
Plain nnd fi.ttn-d sill:, very brniHiftil
K Oil. lo Gs. Illacli and blue bWiolt do.
I'lnin ond figured Alpino, from 7s. Od
Motisoluio do Lainp. from 30 to 50 rn
Red nut! Mack tueritm thawls, warian
tnd fipe from cotton.
Ilroclip mid plaid from 1 60 to 5 00
Fancy lid I; IV, gloves, hosiery, lacec, rib.
bono. Italian cravat.
f.G and 40 inch gum elastic MiFpendets.
Ilroadcloths, casiniercs nnd lifting-".
Hnluiiiu, gromnadc grey cloth, Irom
I 50 to !S7 I 2.
Jlrown nnd blenched shetlings. from !!
to 12 I 2 per van!.
Yarn, v.-ip;ing, licking, nnd batting.
Cy'olnted flinnels, 40 to 50 ct.
Farwell's, hhoes, gailor boots nnd don.
Unls, caps and bufljlo rnbes, nil vcrv
G R O C E It I E S.
Trn, ni.tr, nml.isfcs, l.uiip oil, ilry (lili, lobac.
ro, pepppi , spirp, (-uuer, salcrains, nutiiic;9. t:in
n.iinon, iniiin?, lice, sinu-ll, kr lie.
AMuIiiiiik' wleliinj lo ptucliao any kind of
pouds ill find il for ihcir inleirsl Oc.ill on I.u
teison, one dour c,i?t of Howard's linlel, ulirir.
lliev will 1 1-mho lo col llie woilli til llicli' inoiun .
IJinluiijtoii. Dec. 12. 1S?9.
Comnvin do. if
FLOOR do. lor sale Iiv
Dec. 20 HICKOK if CATL1X.
Boston Academy's Collection
of ( hurch Music. Just rrcM bv
Dec- IS. C. GOOnii I CH.
J . TRYON,"
RVSYI'jG 'FUAi' noiilies his ctirm
incrs nnd the public that he lns re
moved Ins shop lo Ins old siond in S1 I'niil
itrce', wIkjii; be will be on band to acconi
modnte '.ill who please to call, Willi the
latest Fiirbions. and work done in u style
not excelled by bis neighbors.
Just received n variety of llrnodclolbs
casf inierpp, and Vestmgs, suitable for the
season, and for sale on coinmis-inn.
Oct. 23. 15139.
N. li. Cutting dune on short notice as
I'. S. He would remind those indebted
to him In call nnd pay river, as be wants
cn-h. and mu-i hove it, peaceably if he can,
but forcibly if he mtit
inrTYe annals (if .Medicine do not nffuid.
perhaps, more rnnarkuble instance of cures
than the following, xcliuh were (jetted by
the vsc. ff liKT.FK'S
A LADY, of Boston, was oilliclod with
eruptions all over her head, face, ond
body, hi tended with most unpleasant itch
ings, burning- and blotches bad lost llic
nulls I'm in Kunie of her lingers ond toes--wss
cured by 3 bottles of these drops!
A IIov fckirired four years with dread
ful sores on bis font, some of which bad
eaten wholly Ibro' his loot bad ln foot
opened iwico ond Ihe bone scraped wo
conside'cd past relief, nnd his death ex
pected waP cured by taking these drops!
A Man in Roxcunv Was (or years n!'
flicled with foul ulterj., one of winch had
eaten through Ins wrist was cured by
A Child-- A rier Irving various oilier
Med iciui! for painful ernpuons on his legs,
and other part- ol In- body was cured by
the 11 itamcal Drops nlnne !
A Ctm.i) in Roj::io.y Was cured of n
1 bn'l l,1,",or ""'l' url":.by 4 bn"l
A ,,ov IN "".ton w us many years
,r"ublcd wiih ulcers in his head, which
di-ehnrgeil at Ins ears cured by 3 botiles.
WnioiiT Was rured ol o bad fever
sore on one ni his leg.-, ol long standing, by
these Drops, alter all other menus used
A Ciiii.ti Was cured by these Drops,
of biles and ulcers, tome "of which hud
eaten to I he ribs.
An Ei.DCiti.y Lady Who was long
nfllieled with L"p-ny. nnd so humbly, that
she could not Inmd a joint uiihout gushing
out of blood G hoi lie cured her.
A Young Lauy Of Hos-ion, was cured
of n violent humor in her eyes, by the
A 1 4 A li v in Cn nt.t:sT0WN. Was cured
of a while swelling on her knee joint, by
these Drops mid Jebb's Liniment.
A Man in Connecticut Who had
been troubled for years by an nbtinale
king's evil, u ii-cured by I hefcu Drops.
A Laiiy Vn cured of a terrible cose
of St. Anthony's Fire, by llic Drops.
A Ciiii.u Also of o distressing scrofula.
A I'kh-on. Troubled with violent
cnipi ions on i lie lace, wls curcu iiyiiicsn
Drops, uf.er vonuus other medicine und
had lulled !
Tliesn Drops will cure the most in
veternlo Serofnlo, St. Anthony's Fire,
Scurvy, Sill Rheum, Eryepselas, Leprosy.
I'unpled Faces, Sore Eyes, Scold Head
in Children, O'd Sores or Ulcers, Foul
Festering Eruptions, Humors, Fever Sores,
(even whuu Ihe bone has become callous,
While Swelling, (in connection with Jebb'e
Liuimeni.f Venerial Taints, when Mercu
ry failed,) nud oil other disorders arising
Irom on impuroHiale of the blood and jui
cos, and are the best Spring mid Autumn
j'rice $1, or G bottles fur 5. A6k for
Dr, Relle'a Rolunienl Drops. I; I
Prepared by T. Ivinnr.ii, successor
to l)r. Conwny, und (or sain ul his Count
ing Room, No. 09 Court thcot, next lo
J. KidduiV Drug Store.neor Cnncori Hull,
notion. For sale hy J. & J. 11, PECK
&CO-, Hurliiigton Vl.
Nono genuine unless signed T. Kidder.
on I ho outside printed wrapper.
Large djscoJiit tu dealers.
OO-Tiik Indian Vegetable Pills ore n
crilnhi rino for di;en;o in in every variety of foini,
lirc.iiifG Ihcy thoroughly clcanfo the Ptomncli mil
liiHicU.iniliico a proper ditchatgn by the lungs, (kin
and kidney, and pliinul.iic the blood lo ptirily ii'iclf.
In oilier words Ihcy open all llio n.iiiiral ilrji:!.",
and lcae natuiie the Grand Phyiician) Irtc lo
dri.r. discnte fiom tlie body. The nbo emu leu, or
iiiii!n, lire llic rommnn snvcrs nf llic bo-.lv, lluougb
wliieli nil in'nbid anil enrrupl luunors (die c,iu.e of
diieare,; nte carried nff; nnd so lung id they am nil
l.cpt open, nnd tlicli.it go ficcly their nllolted pnr
(ion of imperil), ihcbudy will conlinnn in lieahh J
hut when fiom cniiii" improper lood, breailiin!
inipine air, nidilei) liaiuitionj from licnt lo cold,
mer rxhniialioii or nny oilier rniife, ihe bowels be.
conic rnlive, Hie pines of ihe skin become clotcd,
or the kidnejs fail id pcifniin ihcir liinciinns pi op
rily, llin impm ilica uhich slinnld bp druincd 0 nil)
die hodv bj ilir-fc outlais, will be iriiiined, nnd eon.
llune lo iirciiinnlalo until llio bodj becomes liletally
loaded w ith difenpo.
If llio (ImiiiicIs ofnur iniglily rivers bIiouM be.
come bloiked up, would not die nccumiilnled walcis
find new oiilltis, or die cotiiurj hcconie inunilaied?
Ju.n so widi llic liiimiin body ; if i lie natural chains
become closed, ihe stagnant nnd r.orrrupl humors
wit' find ciit in ihe wiriotis fornu of disease such
us Kcxcr, Small l'ox, Measles, Hlieumalism, fioiil,
. j Apoplexy, &c. or Dc.ith will cud our lufferings.
Therefore, mIicu sickness ul the stomach, pains in
i tic b.ick nnd fide, quick pulac, burning ikin, or any
oilier iinpleiiR.mt rjiiiploin?, imlicaic that one or
more of llio niiliir.il drains arc not discharging
fieely, and llial the constitution is nliotil lo com
menre u snuggle for llic restoration of heallli, no
lime should I e lost in inlmiuistprins i few brisk
ilofes of llie Indian l'tirgnliic (Indian Vrgctcblt
Pith.) Ily fo doing, nil the functions ol tlie lrly
will be irslurcd m Older, nud 1 tic fun1 litunnrs ( he
canst! ofcvciy inflH alion or p.iin v.e snfl'eiO will
lie lemoveil in soe,ir-y unci naluinl a in.in.icr, le.M
llic body will lipicstuied lis if bv n cli.iim.
The iilime I'l'ls may I e lakrn at A I.I. limes and
under all ciicuin nnees, uhli pdfect nfe.y.
Tlie sul all complaints und nil u"rr, and arc n;i
! ol lo ihe liuni.in ennMiiiiiion ;s food J eoi'Jrqi'i'nl
Iv bey can never injure cieu lie mn.. delieiUe.
I,ik-our film!, tliev nie discs. . tile; lie eljic ihcy
finer imo ihe cm dilution and iiiipurl an enr.e o
ihe blood, uliirh enables il lo llow with ficdom
ipiiin hi llic c-.'iciiiups, mill coi.scf ucnl ly lo keep
icpoies of l In- skin open. Tliev me line and
pi ,'eel pui'ifieis of hp blood; Ic nt e liev d'liin all
louiipl hiimoiB fiom dial file givirg fluid. Tliev
imparl slicnglli ned ligur lo llic ulmle Ejsieni, nnd
ilieir effect nic alivnjs benrfica1; htcnuse ihc
onlv icnioie llioic liumois whirli .lie oppoffd n
lied li. They nid and impinie difcr ion, and sound
sleep ful'ows ilieir use : Iipcju-c diey cleanse l lie
slomacli nnd bocls of iliysc sliui) linmonrs whirli
not only irriiale and exei e tlie nmous system,
lint paiiilj7.o and weaken l he dlgrsinc oigans. In
shoit iliey possess all the good piopciiiej that cm
be claimed for any medicine; and what is crv
icma kable, it is utleily impossible tu use tlicin
Moie ih.in twelve iliousand poisoin can le refer
led lo, who hac been eiiud of c nnpl.iin's uppa
ipnllv of the inosl d.nsfion ( Imiiicii r, solely by the
uie of the Indian Vegetable I'dls.
)C5Ofkice, and geneul l)( im for l he sale o
ihe iibnie Pills in llm New Tii'Liml Slalei, 198
TKUMONT sjTlir.E I', ne.ii omt si.cci, Hosion,
where lliev ran Im had at wholesale or iciail.
Agents haie been appoii.ied for llie sale of the
Pills in almost cieiy town in New England.
All tellers lel.niie io ilicpiHf must lie mldrrssrd
dun : "JV. E. Office N. A, College of Health,
19S Tieniont Siiiel, llus on, )vts."
liurliiiglnn, A. IlltlNSMAID.
Woudslock, Haskell .V I'.ilmcr- Shafts
bury, Jonn llniighton WUIianisiille, Charles
W 'joyIicnnington, J C llaswell .Middle
tuny, Geo II Fish Rnlhini, Win Fay--Dover
Ilir'am lialdwin Hrallhkru Jlirge, Ilracli
clt Co Walerford, II Cutting & Co.
Xetcbury, Prentiss Knight litlhcl, Samuel
Austin jr. SpringJ'uld, Geo Washburn
Proctorscillc, Procior k Robinson Lvndon
deny, Smith k Glazier 'J ridge water, Thos.
Souiiigate Chester, Plnueas O Sargent
Windsor. S W Uublia d E. Poultncy,
Hickok ii. Menrs Conmons, Samuel Ev.
ens- JVilminglon, A. li. Cbildr 67occ,
Albert Camps Post Mill- -Jeremiah
Wilton St. Johnsbunj Lniher Jewell
Weston John Wilder Walcrbury
IVr-ons Lyons .Montjidicr Win Clarke
Ludlow John Dunbar and Cn.Rtad-inn-
Wood & Merrill.-aWor( J. P.
Strung & Co. Xurwich Haxter & New
ton Bornard--i. 11. Dini'ortli Roches
tcr Charles DaddCreciiiVt A. Gilsnn
and San- Guilford Philip Mnrlm
ifax-i C. Stone & Co IVcslmintlcr
liarileit llurllaml Cotton & Promble
'n)"'(.r-.llaniilali L"V- grnvi'.
Utcro Abdominal Supporter.
rfnlllS new liirtruiuerit lor tlie rodicnl
J. cure of Prolnpsus Uleri or Foiling ol
the W b. bv exleriiol npplicntion. mpcr
spiling the iisooftheobjeclionnblii Penary,
is coefidenlly rccointneiided to llio tifllicted
as the means of a perfect rerioration lo
heallli, it never having failed of performing
n cure even under the most aggravated
circumstances. Ilhns received the decided
'Miprnbatian of Sir Astloy Cooper of LON
DON; Sir lleiijamin C. lirodie; Sir James
Clnrk, Phyfiiciuu lo the Queen , Dr. Ash
well, Lecturer on Midwifoiy io Gut's Uos
pilal; Dr. Rigbv, Lecluter lo St Dnrthol.
(mess; Dr. Gnllilh. L"clorer to Westmin
ster Hospital; Dr. Rniiubothani. Lecturer
to Lnndon llospitul; Roberl Fergusun,
Lecltifur to WesltniiKtci Lying-m Huspi
tal. Dr. Swenlniau. Ledurer lo Middle-ex
Hospital, and senior Accoucheur to Queen
Ciiatlotie's Lying-in-Hospital ; also by
Henry Davies, Conquest; Ulundell, Leo,
Merrunon, Surgeon Kenns &c. by Dr
Mornou President of the Academic Royalo
do Medecine, PARIS and Accoucheur to
the Duchess D'Orlemis; Professors Vel
peau Marjolin, Pnul Dulnis, Sanson and
olliers; ar.d in New Ycrk hy Professor
J. W. FrnucM ; G. S. Re.llord, M, 1).
Profprsor ol Midwifery ir University (he
city NEW YORK -. I'rnfessor Delafield,
Professor Francis U. .lolnstun, President
County Med. Society; Linens Hull, pres.
Medical society, stale ol'Kow Yolk; ptof.
Jatnes McNiiiighlon of Ibnny; professor
Murch, prof. Cyttis Peiktls. prof. Dnauu
Drs. 'J'lios. Iloyd, Gilbert Smith, llosack,
Siearns, Ludlow, Cissum, Vnclie, I'ower,
lirnyson, Vnu Ren-snlaer and ninny other
diMitiguished Plivsictans ihe U. Siotes.
A. G. HUliL-.OfiVm 4 Vesey-bt,
Astor House, Now York.
UJA cnnstiini supply ol ihe obove Instrii
mcnis, with Dr. Hull's Improved Tiuss
tor ucriiia will tin kept uy
Druggiil, Burlington, Vt
Clinton County, X. Y
OAi CZ ACRES ol good nrnblti meadow
AJOO 0I( pa)lll(, intn), situnipd nt Ihe
turnpike gntc on Ihe Military turnpike, in
Clinton county, on which I do invent nnd
buildings nt ihe Gats ore siluotpd. A large
unit commoatous lavern house linn recently
been erected Thero is rt Inrgp quantity of
Timber on the laud: one Srito mill nnd oilier
mill privileges, The big Chnzy river runs
through the .'and. All I lie buildings al (he
gate are on the Ism, nnd llieru is quite a
number of acreB clceretl up und cultivated.
Any one wishing to purchase can enquire
of the Etibscribcts nt I'lnltsburgh N. Y.
November G. 3m
IN THE MARKET.
THE subscriber would inlorin his very
many good customers that lie has on
bond a splendid assortment of pleasure
i-leighs. both single ond double, which ho
will sell for cash or good paper, on reason,
able icins. Some of the newest style, and
some of old style ; some common and some
uncommon, to suit purchasers. Cmno and
see what he lias uu hand at his old stand
on Pearl street.
AH kinds of repairing, both in wood and
iron work, dono on short notice.
50 sell of I horse WaggonHubi wnnted
all lo bo made of white oak quarter stuff.
40 sett to be 9 inches in length, 10 suit
10 be 10 inches in length, not less than G
inches nor over 8 through the bilge.
Also 25 sett ol 2 horse hubs, of white
ook, one half to be 14 inches, tho olber
half 12 inches in length, ond not less than
11 inches nor more thon 10 through the
bilge, lo be turned in good shape. A fair
price will be paid, half in cash nnd ball in
work ntmvFhop. JOHN K. GRAY.
liurliiiglnn, Nov. 9. 1039.
TO THE LADIES.
JUST received, and for sale by J. S( J.
II. PECK if Co . Burlington, u lew
boxo-i ol R 'ynold'j Si Parm"ly's celobrnted
FIJJ1AI.E HEALTH RESTORATIVE.
Il t designed particularly lor Ihe diseases
neculior to the Female constitution. A
mure efficacious tctnedy of this kind, has
long been wauled, as many of those diseas
es have boflled Ihe skill of the most eminent
physicians, and all the remedies hereiolore
have proved ineffectual, in thousands of
caes. Hits medicine invariably removes
obstructions, regulates in most cases of
painiul, loo frequent, or profuse intnstrua
i ion. und has cured the most obstinate cases
ol Fluor Aldus or whites, and as a mother's
relief, il is not equalled bv nny other mcdi
cine. It is recommended by many of the
most eminent physicians in ihe United
Stales. Doct. J. Morisou. from Colerain,
Mass. who has practiced medicine some
iwen'yyeais at Oneida, N. Y. says in
n.-'n ion lo it. 'That it U the best medi
cine now tu use. In cases of rctintioti, or
"impression of tho mioses, 1 think it will
sustain llic appellation of specific. 1 have
tried it in Ilia woist caop, with odinirablo
succoi-s, and I wir-h for I he good of suffering
females, that all physicians would im roducc
it in their practice, and I have confidence
to believe they would find happy reulis,
ns I hove found the pills lo answer hilly
their recommendation." Doct. II. K
Dnvis, of Syracuse, tells a similar slory,
and many others For further information,
you urn rclerred lo Ihe persons whose
names ore annexed to our showbills, and
nlso to pamphlets, left will) nur ngeuts for
gratuitous dislnbui'ion. Price $2 per box,
continuing nearly 100 pills. Prepared and
sold wholesale mid retail by Reynolds &
Patmelv. Pillsford, Monroe Co.. N. Y. sold
nlso by F. Iluniiiigton, Vergunnes ; Moody
&. Adams, Middlebury; Jackson & Ketch
am, llrandon; S & T. White &. Co.
Rullond; D. II. Mcacham.M. D., Walling
lord; A. R. Vnil&.Co.. Dat.bv; D. An
drews, Manchester; Merrill & V. D.
Spiegel, llenningtonj ond Williston &
Tyler, nraltlcborough. aug7-lv
Charles Steven's Estate.
ffWTE tho subscribers, having been op-
vr pointed by the Honorable the tiro
bale Court for the District of Chittenden,
enmmu-sinners lo receive, examine nnd ad
just the p.lo'ms ond demonds of oil persons
ogninst the estnte of Charles Stevens, late
of Richmond, in said District, deceased
represented insolvent, and also oil claims
nnd demand' exhibited in oflaot thereto;
and six months from ihe day of Ihe dale
tieteoi, iieing allowed by snid Court for
'lial purpose, we do I hcreforo hereby give
notice i hat we will attend to llic business
of our appointment, at tin dwelling of
Nancy Stevens, in Richmond, in said Dis
tnct, on the first Mondays of March and
oioy next, nt 10 o'clock, A. M., on each ol
Dilc'd, this 30ih day Nov. A. D. 1039.
E. II GREEN, ) tommis.
ELI I1ROWNSON. ( onm.
CI HEilM AN'S COUGH LOZENGES
3 do Worm do. Aopoilo
ij'izenget, lor singers, Uamphor do for
ueuuaciij, bona Liozenges lor Dvsneosia
and Hetrlburn, Cathartic Lozenges;
Royal Ilepaliuc und POOR MAN'S
Wo havj ubundant evidence of the good
effects of Sherman's. Cough and Wotm
Lozenges, ind his Poor Mar's Plaster'
and Irom 'ho established reputation of
these, leel warranted n recommending the
others oliuvt named. They aro prepared
by a rcL'iilar Physician, and wc uro lur
ntjl'ed with Circulars in which is published
tho uclivc ingredients, in truo proportions
which ho tiies in making each article
above named, and also others which ho
prepares. We will supply nny Medical
tu u ii with r. circular upon application.
wo have Convened with Physicians of this
and oilier pltiues. who inform us. idol thuso
Ilia aye,, nut ft o. icinos. WO IIUVU IIIU
Conrdi nnd Wotm LuzonefCB und the Plas.
tors for snle by the gro6e, dozen or sinfile,
al llic Variety btorc.
Painguokc Si Bnt.-stMAiu
Wm. B. Miner's Estate.
WE llio Subscribers, having been oppuin
ted by tho Honorablo llio Probalo
Court for tho District of Chitlondon, eom
misslnncrs to receive, cxamino ond adjust
tho claims and demands of all poison, against
tho cstalo of Wm. II. Miner, lato of Milton
in said District, deceased, icprcscntcd in
solvent, ond also all claims and demands x.
limited in offset tliornlo; and six months
from the day of the (lain hereof, being nllowcd
by said court for lliat purpose, wo do thero.
foro hereby g,vu notice, that wo will oltcnd
to tlie business of our appointment, at tho
dwelling ol llcliccca Minor in IMillon in said
District on llic fitst Mondays of January and
April next, al 10 o'clock. A M, on each of
Dated, this 4lh day ofOclolicr.A. U. 1039.-
DAVID P. CLAIIK, r,,,0
PHILANDER MARS, S om
STATE OF VRRMONT,
DisrntCTof Chittenden, fs.
The Honorable the Probate Court for the
District of Chtttendin, lo all persons
concerned in the Estate of Wm. Ward
tale of Milton in said District, deceased
lfTAEREAS Olive Ward, Executrix of the
T 7 last will nnd testament ufsmd decoased
proposes to tendor an account of her admin-
i-tralion, and picscnt her accounts against
snio estate lor examination alio allowance ol
a session of llic Court of Probate, lobe hoi
al tho Register's oflico in Burlington on tho
second Monday of February next,
Therefore. You are hcruby notified lo
appear before said court at the linio and place
aforesaid, and shew cause, if any you havo,
why tho account aforesaid should aot bo al
Given under mv hand at Burlington this 12lh
day of Dccembor, A. D. 11139.
WM. WESTON, Register,
STATE OF VERMOMT,
DisTnici- of Chittunden S3.
The Honorable the Probate Court for the
District of Chittenden, to all persons
concerned in the estate of Amasa Spalding
late of Jcrico in said Disrlicl deceased,
WHEREAS Hosca Spalding, adminislra.
lor of the Estate of said deceased pro
poses to render an account of his adminis
tration, and present Ins account againslsaiU
estate for examination and allowance at a ses
sion of the Court of Probate, lo be holden al
llic Register's office in IJurlingtoii on tho sc'
conu Wednesday of January next.
Therefore, ou are hcrby notified to ap
pear before said court at the limo and place
aforesaid, and chew cause, if any you have
why tho account aforesaid should not be al-.
Given under my hand at Burlington this
Uth day or Dccembor, A. 1), 1839.
WM. WESTON. Rtvv
Clarissa IIoHister's Instate.
STATE OF VERMOXT,
DISTRICT OF CHITTENDEN.
The Honorable tho Probalo Court within and
' for the district of Chitlcnden; lo tho crcdi.
tors and others concerned in tho estate of
Clarissa llolltstcr, lato of Burlington in
said district, ddecascd.
WHKUEAS, Henry Leavenworth, ad
ministralor of the oslalo of said do.
ceased, hath made application to t his court,
to extend llio tunc limited lor making pay.
ment oftho debts of said deceased, twclvoj
months from tho 22d day of January, 1840, &;
the third Wednesday of January next, being!
assigned Tor u hearing in the prcinUe.-, in Hie I
Office of the Register of this court, and ii
having been oidercd lliat notice thereof be,
given, by publishing this decree threo weeks
successively in the Free Press, a newspaper j
printed ul Burlinglou, before the lime fixed
for hearing, I
Thurcfore, you arc hereby notified, lo op.
pear before said Court, at the time and place
aforesaid, then and there, lo make objection if
any you have, to the sain lime ol payment be
ing further extended as aforesaid.
Given under my hand at Burlington, this
23d day of December, A. I), la39.
Wfti. v luo j uiN , liegister.
Hiram Clark's Estate.
E the subscribers having been ap
pointed by llic Hon. the Probate
court fur the District of Chittenden, com.
mtssiuners to receive, examine and adjust
ihe claims und demands of all persons
against the estate of Ilirniu Clark, late of
Milton in scid district, deceased, represen
ted insolvent, nnd also all claims uud de
tnands of all iiersmts exhibited in nflWl
therein: ond s umn'.hs from the t'oy of
ihe dale hercol b g allowed by said court
for that purpose, w- do therefore hereby i
give not tco mar o win aiicnu io uie
business of our iiiM) iintment at the dwel
ling of Ehzi Clu k. in .Milton, in said dts
P el, on thu last Mondays of February und i
April next at 10 u clock, A. M. uu each ol
Dated this 4th day of December, A. D.
A. G. WH1TTEMORE, )
BEN J C. WEBSTER, Comtn'rs.
LYMAN BURGESS. )
IXCO M P A R A B L E T 0 0 T II
PRE PA RA TIOX.
TfllHE Utopian dreams of thu alchymist aro
X rcalizicd, and a remedy discovered for
thu TOOTHACHE, nnd preserving Ihoso
important and beautiful appendages of tho
human system, uy mo usa oi inu .u.-ju-XL'Tin
anOXTICA, which by its attract
ivo. purifying and strengthening qualities,
removes all extraneous suoslanccs Irom llio
teeth, rnd preserves litem in their natural
brilliancy, and iho gums in soundness and
beaulv. It is ascertained from experience,
thai when usod.tho teeth will never decay,
dul romainlill tho latest age of man, wilh
their natural wear. iHtcti they aro decayed,
its progress willboarrestod, and tho teeth
preserved and prcvonlcd from aching. All
this has been dono in a mullitudeor instan
ces: and more, in thousands of eases, nervous
toothacho (that climax of pain) has at onco
been effectually cuicd by tho uso of this thu
most popular dcutrifrico in America, Am!
the public, so far as they havo become ac
quainted with tho merits of this toojh pow
der, havo mado uso ol itas wo nave sold,
within a short lime, about 20.0U0 boxes of
thu Odonlica. And, in conclusiun, where and
who is thu young lady or gentleman, aye, Iho
individual that values a beautiful set of teeth,
sound gums, and a sweel breath, morolhan
filly cents, that will uo longer uesuiuiu oi a
box of Dr. M. Hitchcock's incomparable
For sale, wholosolu and retail, by
A. HITCHCOCK A: Co.,
No. 117 Gonusco slreut, Utica. N. Y.
And by their agents throughout thu U. Stalos
and Canada. In Burlington only by J. & J.
H. PECK & Co,, in Vergcnnes by J. II. Bow-
nan, in Milton by (Thiluoy, Loudon & Co.,
in Georgia by Lorenzo Janes. aug2
r'lHE subscriber having (completed his
JL large nud cnmmoriiou shop, respect
fully informs his customers and the publia
gcncrolly that ho now ready to execute
any orders with which they may favor hira
in bis line.
Ironing and Repairing,
In all its branches by experienced nnd
skilful workmen, so as lo give entire satis
Axes and Edge Tools
of a superior quality, made to order.
By men who understand their business'
Hcwould call the attention of those having
horses with good feel, (and who wish lo
keep them m) to the fact that many horseo
are spoiled or rendered unfit for bumnesa
by Ihe bungling or injudicious manner of
shooing them. By maay years practical
experience in this branch, and hu attention
now, the subciber hopes lo merit a, con
tinuance of that pnlrouagu which das been,
so liberally bestowed.
To this he will give hi personal alter
lion, ami in the treatment oftho diseasns to
which the horse subject, he will .endeavor
lo give satisfaction
The subscriber earnestly requests all
those indebted lo him to moke immedi
ate payment. P. P. Marxham.
Shop. No. I Mechanic's yard, entrance
from Collpgeor Church street.
Burlington, Xov. 29. 1C39.
New and Splendid Sleighs.
HAVE now on hand, the largest and
beft assortment of Sleighs ever
offered in ihe Slate comprising a hand
some variety of one and t ivo horse pleasure
sleighs, of the Inte.-I patterns and most
approved workmanship ; nl-o. a very men
n r I tee of the kind, designed particularly
for family use, one and I wo horse. Their
pleighs ure mauii''uct ured of fir.-.! rale ma
tenuis, and t hey are i illing t hi; workman-
eliip rtioiiM bo uiHiipo red wilh biiv tiling III
this part of the country. Call uud see.
Terms ol payment made eay.
They have lo n lew new and second
hand CARRIAGES, which I hey will sell
cheap. Most kinds of produce leceived
Shop opposite the American Hotel, on
Burlington. Nov. 20, 1339.
STRONGS & CO.,
HAVE received a large slock, con
slating of ihe various size-i and of Ihe
most approved patterns of Conking Stoves
together with C plate Box, Parlor uud Can
ado plate do. of the various siz-s. --Having
extended this branch of their business and
spared no pains lo procure Stoves of the
must approved pattenin, ihusu well manu
factured and from stock of superior quality,
lliev believe themselves prepared lo offer
dealers and others heller bargains than
were ever offered in ihe Slate. They in
vite the attention of purchasers tu this as
sortment of Stoves, where they may also
find Stove pipe, in an) quantity and of oil
sizes of English, American and Canada
Sneat Iron---ulsc Stove trimmings in every
variety, such as Copper, Cupper bottom
ond tin Boilers, Tea Kettles, sheet Iron
dripping puns, &c. Hollow Ware for
Stoves, Pols, dish Knliles, Spiders, Ba
miis (Sic-Farmers' Keliles, l, li 2&3
Barrels. Nov. 15. 1839.
JUST received 15
20 k 24-7 by 9
casements of sash, a
first rato article, at
3 and 3J els. per
light. Also, all kinds
and sizes, furnished
j icoinieruyu uiuck
Lead, a first rato article, for salo very low,
together with a great variety of other articles,
us cheap as can bo found at any oldor cslab.
lishmcnt in Iho plaeo. Geo. Peterson
TH E SubscrtbeTo have token lb
Blacksmith Shop lormerly carried
on hy the Burlington Mill Company. t'"
of Sidney Barlow's slore, nnd olo tho
uno near thu bridge, on llio BurlinKt0"
sido, whom iliey will promptly attend
to nil kinds of work in their line. Par'
ticular attention given to shoetni: horses,
Carriages und Sloighs jroned .in tho best
munnur, and large jobi requiring to bo
turned, executed prompt Iv, ond i Iho
most perfect manner.
A. R. & G. DUNCAN.
Durlington Foils, D:c, 13, 1830,