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LEATHER Ac Tim subscriber lias received
ami is now receiving from New York, n Inn n.
Bortiucnt of Leather, Hoots and Shoes in addition to
his former stock, consisting of ilia following articles
100 Sides Solo Leather, a superior articlc.frce from
30 Heavy Cow Hides, water,
10 Sides Harness Leather,
10 11 Black Bridle do
10 Doz. Sheep linings,
i " South Sea Seal Skins,
I " Grained Leather,
1 Caso Men's Superior Calf Boots sowed, war
anted, 3 I. it Thick Boots, heavy at 82,50 per pair.
1 Boy's ' " " 187 "
1 " Small Hoys " " ,n "
Together with Kids, Kips, Shoo Thread, Prunella
Cotton and Linen Webbing, Blacking, Shoo Brnshcs,
Ladies French Kid Slips, and a general assortment
Of Misses and Childrens Slips and Walking Shoes,
All of which will be sold low for cash.
II. C. STIMSON.
N. H. Wanted, a few bushels of Buckwheat, Rye
and Corn. 12. J. STIMSON, Agent.
Burlington, Oct. W, 1810.
BURLINGTON, VERMONT, F R ID AY, DECEMBER 18, 1840.
VOL. XIV....N0. 28.
LYMAN At COL 13, have on band an extensive
assortment of Burlington Mill Co. BROAD
CLOTHS and BEAVF.lt CLOTHS. Also. A ureal
assortment of English Broad Cloths, Heaver Cloths
and Cassimcrcs, which they will sell at reduced prices.
WANTED. A few thousand lbs good Fleece Wool
or which cash will be paid. Oct. 'ii, 18-10.
MT. VERNON HEADER, Polvgloti UihlJ,
of di.lerent sixes and binding, Pocket tlibles
unJ Te:aments and a general assortment of stationa
ry u.t received from N. York and for .-ale by
College st. je:25. S. HUNTINGTON.
MOUE NEW BOOKS, Jim received at the Hook
Store, A New Home. Who 'II follow. Young
Ladle Companion. Connie Ida. Hnyward's New
England Gazelcer. Mitchell' Geographical Header,
a system ot Geography, rompriing a Description ol
the World with the grand division, du-igncd for in
struction in school, and fanulic. Wonders of the
LOW'S Writing Paper, wholesale and retail,
at the Manufacturers prices, and tbo best assort
ment ever beforo ottered nt the Bookstore of the sub
scriber, consisting of the following kinds.
25 reams sup. Pot Ruled.
15 do fine Letter do.
20 do sup. do plain.
15 do cap ruled.
10 do fine pot do
8 do do billet do
Likewise, a large supply of wrapping paper nt re
duced prices. Oct. 30. D. A. BRAMAN.
NKW SCHOOL (JKOC' it A I'll Y AND
ATLAS WITH OUTLINE. MA PS, by S. Augus
tus Mitchell. The author ot the above work lias
leen professionally devoted to ibe science of Gco'y and
the publishing of Map-, during many year? and hi
former produetiun-, e-)cciallv bi Map of the World
for Academies, I ear ample i"etimonony of hi abun
dant re.ourees, upon which be has so literally drawn,
in producing the above chool work. The following
extract of the Gco'v and Atla, I from a. joint recom
mendation of tbo Teacher. in llieeily of New York.
"Their merit are numerous the definition leniark
ably plain and eonei-e. The exercise are copioti mid
important, and I he descriptive i luminous and eorreei.
The divisions of the American continent, are repre
sented and de-criled a. they really exit at the present
time. And the gross misstatements generally found
in se.iool geographies are eorre Med. The typographi
cal execution in tin eommoiilv neat and distinct, indeed
the alias i a model of the kind, nud actually teems
with information." The outline Map are peculiarly
calculated to exerct-e ibe student in his study, audio
till up at hi leisure. For sale by C. GOODRICH.
BIH.liEH.--A very large assortment of nil sizes
of Bible., and prices from 50 els. to $15 each,
Just ree'd and lor tale at the Book Store.
D. A. HHAMAN.
CHINA, Glassware, Crockery and Looking Glas
ses, justrce'd and for sale by N. Lovblv it Co.
ALSO, Soda Crackers. Sept. 3, 1840.
rItUGS AND MEDICINES,
XJ ree'd by June 19,
A Inrire sitiinlv m.f
J. & J. H. PECK & Co.
ENGLISH Currants, Family Groceries, Salmon,
sinoaked Herring, for salo by N. Lovelv & Co.
FAIKUANK'S SCALES, by
July 10. J. & J. H. PE
PECK & Co.
GLASS. Uiirlington, Vermont, and Essex, Cylin
der Glass, made at the Chnmplain Ula works,
and very much improved in quality compared with the
ate brand, for sale by J. it J. II. PECK & Co.
HW. CATLIN & CO. have one piece of blue
. black Beaver Cloth, a match for which, has not
been, and cannot be found in this market. They have
nlso two pices cassiincre, which very far surpass the
beaver cloth. Nov. 12.
LOAF, Lump and Brown Sugar, Teas, Collie, sperm
candles, winter strained lamp oil, molasses, rice,
nutmegs, Eng. currants, soda crackers, cloves, cinna
mon, salcrnlus, brooms etc. for sale by
n5 N. LOVELY, & CO.
MAYNARD fc NOVS' fine Bine's Writing Ink,
which ha stood test for more thirty years. A
eak just received and for sale by
M Allg. IS 1U.
POWDER. 100 kegs
it J. II. Peck & Co.
ROB ROY Bclvidicr, 8-4lhs. Brocha Kabylc, em
broidered Thibet Shawls; black, while, and scar
let merino do. G- ilh raw silk, ehally, muslin dc laine
and Saxony do. Woolen. Thibet and fanev scarfs.
just received by N. LOVELY, & CO.
"JVTOTICI3 to GROCERS & HOTEL KEEPERS,
- - iuua nevjj Luiiauiiiiiy on Minn exten
sive. nssortinentsofEsscnccsnnd Syrups.nlso Slough
ton s Bitters, Wino do. Soda and Scidlit. Powders,
Spices of all kinds. Purchasers will find it not for
heir disadvantogo to call upon us..
October 23. Til P.O. A. PECK & Co.
N LOVELY A Co. nro now opening and of
'enng for salo a more extensivo assortment o
seasonable Goods than they have ever before offered
makt I ninongst which is a great variety of
MJHS and I-ur Trimmings all of which nro oflercd
extremely low for Ready CASH. Oct. 22.
rjENTLEMENJS OVER ALLS. 6 dozen
........ uvui Aim, long siocKings,!
just received nnd for sale by the dozen or single pair
ntr) S'r ii1 pr'-ff r hy JAMES II. PLATT.
- " rriii iuui uiuill lO orOCr.
Burlington, Oct. 19, 1910.
SAH,"dt000Mi,,o,s Coarso Peking Salt,
6,000 Mtnots Liverpool Salt,
For sale, in quantities to suit purchasers and deliv
ered at any Port on Lake Chninplnin, by
c. , . JASON C. PIERCE & SON.
St. Johns, L. C, Sept. 1, 1810.
9000 ards m,pcr fine' fine nni' common wool
Ajyvj en Carpctmgs, just opened. Also, plain
Venetian and damask stair carpeting, Turkey and
Brussels Rugs, Oil cloths for tables and stoves, rush
matting, printed floor cloths, itc. by
"5 N. LOVELY, & CO.
J)RUGS, Medicine, Perfumery, Paiuls, Dye Stuffs,
is now receiving his fall supplies of the above goods;
selected with great care, which ho will dispose of at
REMOVAL J. LEWIS, the Mechanical Den
list, hasmiinvr.il liia nir, i W.a .l....,li:..
Pearl st., nearly opposite J. K. Gray's Carriage Shop,
w here he will be able to attend to calls at nil hours of
lie aay or niglit. Burlington, Oct. 30, 1840.
OEALS, Log Cabin letter Seals; plain do. do. mot-
to teller seals
PaNCDORN it BlIINSMAIO.
TEN cases Prints, 1 caso col'd Cambrics, just ree'd
and forhale by VILAS, LOOMIS & Co.
TAIER.-C. GOODRICH has hist received
from the manufacturers in Massachusetts, a full
u. iiaiiii-iii.iui:. ruyai, mcuuim, Lciny,
cap, letter, folio-post nnd billet paper, of various qual
ities, as wove, satin, laid, gilt, &c. &c. for salo at man
ufactures prices. June 30.
UNCOLORF.D BOAS, otter, seal nnd cloth caps,
muff, collars, capcij down, angola and fur tiim
mings, silk and mohair fringes, fur gloves, cheap, by
N. LOVELY & CO.
VEHI'.ENA CREAM for shaving, clarified Ros
in, Wiirnn's, I e-t Needle.. Silver Thimbles ami
lot of new Goods, oiieiiini; nt the Wirieiv Slore.
May 29. PA.NGBOHN & l!l('l.S.M AID.
ODINE SPRING WATER. A recently discover
ed fountain nt Srirntrmn nn.l mnnin. nl.n....:o
known in no other Spiinc its freedom from Iron
renders it safe to bo drunk by a certain class of inva
lids with whom Iron proves injurious the quantity of
Iodine contained in ihio wnirr rxnrlnra ii tUn r..no.
liable initicrnl water for every species of Scrofula yet
discovered, for sale by J. & J. H. PECK & Co. AgUs.
WINDSOR RIVI.ES. for sale at the variety
store. PANGBOUN U BRI.N'S.MAID.
Troy, Ohio and Michigan, constantly
by J. & J. f I. Puck it Co.
WRAPPING PAPER. 200 reams various sizes
just ree'd Nov. 20. by C. GOODRICH.
BOOTS fit SHOES. The subscriber ha now
(in hand a ircneral nssnrlini-ni r linrnx .,,!
SHOlti, bflhumo.t fa-hionable slyle, nnd (borough
..s.i,....u:iii1i, wim ii iiu uiiera very low lor UAnll.
S. B. All kinil nf measure work done nt short no
lice. Burlington. Clmreli-stMnv 28. IfiJO.
MAYO &. WAIT give notice to all persons indebt
ed to them, or to Lathrop, Potwin & Wait, to
call and make iiumcdiatu payment and save further
nonce. uci. i, itiu.
S. S. SKINNER,
WOULD inform his pat
runs that he has just
received from tbcimporicrs,
a well selected and exten
sive assortment of SAD
LER Y HARD WARE
consisting of every article
required in country shops,
which will be sold to Sad-
n amnTl mlvnnpc from cosiforcash.calll and sec.
Customers can stall tiinei find a good assortment of
ready made Brass and Silver platen, japaneu ann
Tinci Coach, Gig and Wagffon Harnesses. A good
assortment of Ladies nnd Gentlemen's Saddles, Va
lcsscs, Trunks, Carpet Bags of a superior quality.
Msttingal3, Trappings, Housings, Twigs and Spurs,
open and close Bells assorted, Combs, Cards, Brushes,
Saddlers Silk. Buckskin Mitlens and Gloves, a great
variety of Whips and Lashes, Carriage Lamps eplen
.i:.i u,im r.nthnr bv the side or smaller
quantity. Morrocco and Sheepk'ms single or by the
linen. A creat variety of other articles adapted to
tills nmrUu. Having furnished my simp with a su
perior article of Oak Tanned Briddta and Harness
Leather, a good quality of ware, experinced and tem
ne.rate mechanics, and mv experience in business, 1
pledge myself to furnish as good articles as were ever
sold in this place and on as reasonable terms. Moat
kinds farmers produce received in payment. Lumber,
wood, flanncl.tow and full cloth, drest or undrcst skins
nnd h'des, or any othernrticlein tbeshapo of properly.
Shop, North side Court House Square, 2 doors East
Buriiniiton, October 29, 18-10. t.l.j
fif bush. Seed Rye, frcefiom all other seeds, for
VJV Pearl-st. Sept. 1G. salo by C. BENNS.
SI'lfRS, Riding whip.
Store. June 1 1.
and Cane, nt the Variety
Panuiioiin- U Kiu.ssMAin.
GOODS. The subscribers have ree'd nnd are now
oneiiitiff a ver v lartrn nssnrtmnni nf Vnll,.n f"l.l,
of every variety, rich nlain. fiL'tircd and cbnnirenhlo
Silks, Monclmc de Lames, Alpacca Cloths, Taglionia
Sha wls, Hdkfs., Ribbons, &c. We will only say that
we have a larger assortment of goods of every variety
than wo have ever kept before.
wci. i-j, ibiu. im. LOVELY & Co,
WRAPPING PAPKIt. lOO Reams Wrnppmg
Paper, ami a larse-ppply nf wrilimr, both Cup
and Lcller, lor sale by D. A. II K MAN.
BROAD CLOTHS, Beaver nnd Pilot coibs, cassi
meres, colored nnd white Flannels, n full assort
mcnt, very cheap for cash by N. LOVELY & CO
TVAMOND CEMENT, for mending Gla
nnd Earlhcrn Ware sold nt ibe Variety tore.
Ocf 10. I'ANonon & HiUNSMAin.
FZf( P. French, American, Satin ami common
JJJ House Paper, some very rich patterns, for
Sept. 25. sale by N. LOVELY ifcCo.
Plf prs. Ladies col'd. nnd black French Slips,
fJJ 20 do do. Gaiter Boots,
')n,l.. ir: ...,im sji:.. '
q CASES English Merinoes, 1 caso French and
iC German Merinos, 1 ease fitt'd Bombazines, just
ee'd and for sale by VILAS, LOOM IS ft. Co,
MACKEREL, on consignment, m liallbarrelsjust
received and lor sale by J. & J. 1 1. PECK & Co
OTTON Wrapping Twine, a good article just ree'd
Sept. 21. by N. LOVELY & Co.
T7LOUR. A few Bhls. of Family Hour, of superior
X quality, just ree'il anil lor saleat liuvv Alius.
J,,no7. J. & J. II. PECK it Co.
OOL TWIN IS fur
sale at HOWARD'S.
PO I'ASIl KETTLES constantly on hand by
June 10 J. & J. If. PECK & Co.
CONGRESS WATER, just received a fresh
y supply ol congress water, ami lor saie ny
May 20. GEO. Pl.TEUSON
it Gentlemen in
debted to the subscriber
for HonsK or Carriage
hire, or otherwise, arc re
quested to make payment
immediately, and save
CORN BROOMS & PAILS. 100 doz. com broom;
SO.loz. patent Pails,
June 1 OJ J. &J.H. Peck & Co.
K( BOSTON N. E. HUM.
OU Hhds. Gardiner Brewer-, by
June 19. .I.&J. H.PECK&Co.
rjnn BOSTON Acadcmys and Harmonists, f
ZJ) sale at the book store. I). A. BRAMAN.
A lr"n nssorlment. coninrisins nearly
every variety of quality and style, lor sale uy
,,12 II. W. CATLIN & CO.
Prepare for Winter.
rpiIE FARIER'S COOKING STOVE.-The
a. sui)icrner iniorms ins irieuus mm mu
that ho has on hand a variety of cooking and other
Stoves, such ns the Farmers, and tbo premium Cook
Stoves; the Canada Box and several kinds of Parlour
stoves. Also Russia and Canada Iron Stove Pipe,
Copper Pumps, and Lead pipe for wells or cisterns;
oil of which he will sell as cheap as can be had in the
place. Those wishing to purchaso articles of the
nbovedescription,, will do well to look in at my shop
one door north of the Lou Cabin. ,.-,,.
Burlineton. Sent.30. 1810. II. II. BOSTWICK.
CROCKERY, Glass and China ware; largo and
small looking glasses, a good assortment, by
n5 N. LOVELY & CO.
THE Burlington BREWERY has
now commenced business, and
will have new Beer in a few days,
.when all orders will bo punctually
I attended to.
Burlington, Sept. 1810. GEO. PETERSON,
l'bn attention of pur
rlinsers is sncciallv invited to the assortment of
OLOTHS nnd Cassimcrcs.
i-iiiE-mir nf ltnn. Wm. Slnde. delivered in the
sJ house of representatives, on the 18th nnd 20th of
of January, 1840. l or salu ny i. a. imrtnmw
10 bales for sale by thebaic
1IICKOK & CATLIN.
BOSTON and TROY IKON COM PA N Y. The
nubhc arc hereby notified, ihm tl... I,,.-;...... .,i
easting in every branch nnd vnriety. Is done to order,
on Iheshorlc.t notice, nlTroy, Vt. Thccoinpnny have
much enlarged their foundry, and nre now prepared
to do nil kind of work done nt any foundry in the
country. Mill-gearing, Pot Ash Kettles, Stoves,
Plough., Axletree, tfco., on hand, or furnished to order.
All who wish to contract for stove-plate, or to pur
chase n large quantity ofhollow-wnre, for the purpose
of retailing, will be furnished at wholesale pricesand
all who may favor ns with their calls or orJers, will be
dealt by n liberally n. at nny establishment In the
country. Orders should be nddresed to E. R. Cro.
man, Siipcrinlendanl. or A. Young, Agent, Troy, Vl.
to secure an early reply, and prompt attention.
Troy, Vl.,June 1810. jy:9
BOOTS, SHOES & LEATHER. The subscriber
having tnken tbo storo formerly occupied by
Messrs. Ilishnn ,f. Whipple, is now opening n general
assortment of Boots, Shoes nnd Leather, which have
all been bought for cash and will bo sold for the same
nt the lowest prices, nnd as tho'articlcs are too numer
ous to mention in an advertisement, although Mr Sta
cy has enlarged his paper, I would simply invite all to
call and examine the goods nnd prices before purchas
Burlington, July 1, 1810. HENRY C. STIMSON,
. by E. J. Stimso.v, Agent.
LYMAN & COLE, have receded ibeir iisiia
exlcnsivc as-orlinent of fall nnd winter good
omnrisjng a great variety of figured saxony, double
nnd single width. Printed Crape Merino, Mouselinc
ilu Laine, &c. Figured Alepiue, figured and plain
Engllb Merino., Gro de Naples and French do.
Worsted Cnmleteen. Alpacca Cloth, Thibet Merino,
iic. beautiful article for ladies cloaks. Erminette,
Salisbury Flannel, figured Circassians &e. Goats
Hair and imitation Cnmlels, Uroehella, Per.-inn cloth
&e. Iluavy double milled Broad Cloih, Heaver nnd
Pilot Cloths, Rich Diamond Beaver Cloth, a new ar
ticle for Gentlemen over Coals. A large immLer of
heavy worsted shawl, a few Lupins bet Merino and
Cashmere do, Nutiintr, Palatine and Edenhoro, do.
Rich Chally, Mouselinc de Laine and Cbencal lldkf.
SILKS. Heavy Canlon, Gro do Naple and other
Silk, rich figured Hlue Black, Brown nnd other colors,
Glove and Hosiery.
DOMESTIC GOODS. Cotton shcclimr, shirting,
tiekiii?, waddinir and cotton yarn, superior lrih Linen.
TAILORS TRIM1NGS. Sewing Silk, Twist nnd
Thread, Padding. Canvns, Seleeia. eol'd Jeans,
Brown nnd Black Linen, Plaid Worsted Faciutr, Wors
ted Surge, Si k do., Silk Binding, Silk Cords, Wors
ted Binding etc. flic.
VES TING. Woo'en Velvet, Silk Velvet, Valentin,
Silk Satin &c. Silk Velvet for trimming uorted
colors Roslyn checks for childrens wear.
TVSEASES OF THE LUNGS..
ioxe Canada Iron.
50 bundles R. G. English do. jut ree'd nnd for
Oct. 10. sale by Vila, Loom is & Co.
20doMiW col'd Sj)S)
uuuo uenl s rumps,
I cases jMon scat JJoots.
Burlington, July 14.
II. C. STIMSON.
kce plus Tobacco.
40 boxe Cavendish do
GO package sheen do
2000 lbs. Leaf do. do. by J. St J. II. PECK Co.
bbls. American Linseed Oil,
10 Tierces f'.ill sperm do
5 do winter do do
35 bbls. refined do do J.& J' H. Peck &, Co.
1 i n '.vr i all
3000 do .Men in do
If.OO do line do
KW10 do Turks Island do
1000 bbls. line do
100 do dairy do
250 do coarre do
200 sack dairy do by J. & J. H. PECK &Co,
)ffr Nnlls, llr.ids & American Iron.
JJJ kegs Nnd from 31 to COM
250 do Br.idsirom Ca to20a
Horse shoe Iroa
Scroll and Hume do all sizes
Band Iron from ll to 41 inch
Round do do 11 do
Square5-C to 4.3 do J.& H. Pr.CK&Co.
hets young ilvson Tea,
la no iiysonsuui, uo.
20 bags pepper,
20 do Pimento,
10 do Coilce
50 boxes Pipes
100 do Bar.Soap
200 do Raisins
50 kegs do
40 do Pure ginger
400 Mats Ca-siii
Pi. CmiY 11, mi. Hotlnnd Gin. SiVnetle llrandv. Bal
timore Gin, American Brandy, Champa igne. Drown
nnd Palo Sherry, slaiieira ami oieiiy Madeira, Mar
seille Madeira and Mulaga Wine, by
June 7. J. cc J. n. rr.utv a ;o.
Ihe lun.t iioiud.ir rpindv firr Uimivii in Am.ricj
Vtgtlabtt I'ulmonaru lint tarn in ilip niun vuIimIiIc
reined) now in ue fni i:nu;li,colil, n.lliiha or ililluic,
roii'iiiiipiioii, wlionjing cangli nd pulinon.ii y hO'i cliiiii.
ofecry kind, lis tale if sie.idity incieasing. nml r
propneiors are ronsuuiilv ipceiving lie nvn biinmble
arcdiini of ii effects. 'I lie following new cerliliciilen
aie offered fur public examination.
An Intkkestiko Csk Exiracl ofa Inter from
Mrt'S Clay, Kingnoii, Ulir co., N. Y. lo ibe
proprietors. Vours nf ihe 9ili inat. was duly ire.'d.
A rein.uk.ible cure wuseffrcird liy ihe Venjiutde Put.
ituiHry naiMin mine winier nml uprnig or 1835. Hie
.eron, Mr. nloodv, bad been sick a long lime with
the ronauutntion. Hi iilivniriun. liml mn him
He whs iciiuerd so low na lo lie unable in help him-rlf,
anil was raijinz a lares ouanlilv of bliioi! when h
coinnienced using Mir BdUam, whii b ba elTecied si
coinplrie cure, and he is now as b.ile and beany as
r.ci iic was. nir. mouiiy lias rrmoveu I in in tins inun,
but be has premised me ii more detailed account of bin
case. Mhich I will Cui ward 'ni. C. S. CLAY.
Kingaton, N. Y. June 25. 18.13.
Extract nf a letler fioin Dr. Jurnli IM.fr.. Th
Vreelable Pulmonary Babain Inn heen told in ihi
county for Iwo riira. and ilm me.liciur gained an
iii-iiinuiou ceieurily, lor it raicely in one inslnnre
failed ofliaving die deaired effeci. I nm by no meana
in favor nf die many noal rums, cnnal ol which are iin
pomiion upon n crpdiiloiis public, bin llial which I
nnw ny ue lo lie effecuial, I cannot help but Rive mv
nnrnbiliun llieiriu. n. w nni nieluitatnin naa
been nfHrrd here by alraellinj Agent, ofCoiniiock,
si. V. anil there is anoilier wrncie venueu nere main
atrongly auapccied lo beapurioua.
JACOB airr.RS, ni. u.
Miflliniinn. Juniala eo. Penn. Mav 3. 1837. Frnni
Dr. Samuel Morrell, to the Propiieinia of ibe Vene-
table Pulmonary Balaam. I am aatiafieil that the Vc-
letable rulmoiu'rv llauim i n viiiuao.e mcuecme.
Il liaa been used m Una place Willi compieie aucrraa in
an oli'linaie coinnl t of Ihe lunjn, alien, led with n
seteie ciiiiIi, loaa of voice, nml I lie raiding of much
blood, wlncli had previously regaled many approtnl
prcscripiioua. After ulng iho Balaam one week, ihe
paiiem'a voice remrnrd nnd he was able in apeak audi
bly. I'll ts case occurred some lime since, and (be
man is now engaged not only in active nm lanonou
uuaineaa. ivrrpccutiiiy, ovu. . " " .
Ii is nnw more tbau six tears since I was brouiilil
very low by an affection of the lunga, and mv complaint
was declared lo be incurable by a council of ibire ph
siciaiu. I was ihen restored lo as good health a I bad
enjoyed for many ears, by uains? ihe Vegeiable Pul
monary U.ileain. rsince my recoery i nave icrum
mendcil the Balaam in a great many ciaes of lung
coinplaima, and ao far aa I can learn, its iiae haa in
variably been followed hy murh benrfil, and in man)
insmncrs it hag efTecled cures which were wholly unex
pened. Samuel Everett,
Boaion, March 2. 1837.
For aale, wholesale and relail, by J. JJ J. H
PECK it Co., and THEO. A. PECK & Co., Bur
ICT'IMPOHTANT I'AllTinN at
It in singular fact ar.d one much tote regretted
Hint valuable medicines, n soon ns they become pop
ulnr, and have received the test nnd approval ofn
discriminating public, nre sure to be counterfeited, nnd
thus a bad andspurioin article Is immediately palmed
upon the unsuspecting for the genuine. Thi has liven
notor iou.ly tbucnsC with all popular tried nnd truly
valuable tnedienes for years pat, and will probably
continue!!) be tbo case for years to come.
The bae and eonlempublo counterfeit in this way
meanly lakes ndvantnge ol all the cll'ort.i nnd adver
ting used by ihe proprietors ofiho genuine article,
to gel their medicine into use and deterved popluari
ty. Il i therefore not les thediily llinn il contribute
to the safety of every lionet individual in the com-
Jrntti Vii'lPSViX-VY." din' nn'1 forever after DIS
TRULT all II EA III LESS INGHATES who thus irre
sponsibly trifle with health nnd life.
ICTilEHEFORE TAKE NOTICR-J
Inert i a person hy ihe name of J. B.TfijClIE
FOIH. now engaged in selling a Pill done up in boxe
m.vx!e.!,am il"'lal'' "f ihe genuine INDIAN
fcOhl ABLE PILLS, with the omission of only one
word on the Boxes viz. Wmoht. The Pills sold bv
Ihi Hochefort nre evidently intended ns n fraud ami
imposition upon the community, or they would not
have been done up in such exact imitation of the gen
uine. This person i tall Mustering with a grent the
atrical swagger. He wa recently known nsn very
poor player m Baltimore, under the iniiical cognomen
of Jim Brown, nnd is nl out twenty live years of age
Ills a most beyond a doubt that lie is supplied with
the Pill Irom a Urugsi-t firm in this city, who have
heretofore been notoriously connected with counter
feit medicine. As soon as proof is obtained the foun
tain head ofthi nefarious buiue will I e exposed,
that the community may shun them as they would a
IN THE MEAN TIME THE PUBLIC ARE CAU
TIONED aeainst buying WRIGHT'S Indian Veoetablf. PiLts
of anyone who does not exhibit n eerliliente ofai-eii-cy
signed by the agent for the New England Slates
and bearing date since January 1840. Also take par
ticular notice that thefollowimr wording i on thubox
"TriS1'1 s ,n'lm" VesetablePill (Ind. Purgative)
of Ihe North American College of Health.
Tht Indian Vtgttablt Pilli aie a ceriain cure fur
diaeaae in ila every variety nf form, hecauae lliey llio
roughly cleanee Ibe siouiaeli and bowel, induce a pio
per diarharie by ibe lunga, akin nnd kidney, and alb
miilate the blood lo pmify itaelf. In oilier words ibey
open all ibe natural drains, and leave KATURE (Mr
Grand Phyticinn) iiee to dri.e diaeaae fiom ihe
Iwdy. The above oiuleia, or ibaina, aie ibe conimon
atvvers oflbr boily, ilnouRli wliiili .11 moibidand ror.
rupl hiiinnra (the cause ol diaeaae) air can if d off; and
an long na ibey aie all kepi open, ami discharge fieel)
their ulloiled porfiniis of iuipuriiy, die body mill run.
mine in liealili : bin when fiom faiing iinpmpei fund,
bieaihing inipiuc air, amldeii iran.iiion liiiui heat to
cold, over exhaustion nranyuiher rpiue, lb bowels
become rnative, ihe pme ol ihe akin become cluaed,
or ilie kiilnev s fail to pel firm tbeii fuiiriiona prnperlv,
I lie impuriliea which aliould he drained limn I lie body
by thee ouilela, will be retained, and continue lo ac
cumulate until ihe hod) becomes literally loaded with
diaaae. 1 f i lie channel nf our mighty rivers should
become blocked up, would nut I lie accumulated wateia
find new nullela. or Ihe country heenme iiiiiiiilai.-l 7
Juaiao with i lie lunna i body ; ii tlie iiatuial drain be
come cioaeu, llieelagnant ami eonupi liiiimira will find
vent in I he various foima of diaeaae audi a Fever,
Small Pox, Meaalea, Klieuinaliain, (Tool, Apopleiy,
tic. or Deaih will end our urTeiins. Therefuie,
when aickneaa ul the alnmacli, pains in ilie bark and
aide, quick pulae, burning akin, or any oilier unplea
sant aympiuina, indicate thai one or more of the ns.
lurid drains are nol discharging fieely, and I lie runali.
t ill too is about lo commence al niggle (or the restora
tion of liealili. no lime should be loal in aibniiiiaiering
a fe briak dnaei of ihe Indian Porgatite (Mian Vt
gttabtt Pilli.) By so doing, all ihe lunciion of ilie
liudy will be realorrn lo order, mil ilie font luunora
(ilie cauieof every iullaination or pain we suffer) will
lie removed in so eaay and natural a manner, thai ihe
body will tie realoied aa if by a charm. The above
Pills may be taken at ALL limes nnd under ALLcir
cuiiMlancea, wiih perfect safely. They auit all torn
(itniuitd all ge, nnd nre lo the human ennaiiiution
nC(0AJM'MttJ'UlvTUfl;l,-tney ai'e digestible;
therefore lliey enler into ihe eirrubition and imparl an
energy lo the blood, which enable! il lo flow wnh fire
dom cpiile tn I lie exlreniiiies and coiiarruanlly to keep
the pores ofibe akin open. They are Hue and pfifrrl
purifiers nf the blood : became ibey dram all cnmipi
humora from llial life giving fluid. Ibey imparl
ilrenglli and Vigor lo ihe whale syitem, and their ef
feels arealwaya beneficial : because lliey only- remove
ihnae humora 'which are opioaed lo liealili. I'hey aid
and imnruve dieeaiimi. and sound aleep follows ilieir
use: because they clrauae the aiomai'h and bowel of
ihoee aliiny huinuura which nol onlv iniiaie and eirue
the nervous system, but paialyte and weaken the dis
gealiveoignna. In shnn lliey poaaeaa all ihey good
pioperliea that can be claimed lor any medicine : and
what Ida veiy remaikable, il is utterly impoa.ib'e lo
ue lliein wnlioni lirnetit.
Price 25 cents per Box, with full direction. Oflic-e
nnd General Depot for the New England States, No.
103 1 remnnt street, near v-ouri street, 1101011.
The reiiljir nnnointe.l Agents can receive their sup
plies of the above popular Pills, a heretofore, from
the onlv olliceand general depot for the New England
Suite. 'lQSTremont street. Ilo-ton. Pedlars or trav
elling n'-enl are not nllowedlosell the genuine indian
vegetable nil, lliereiore never purcnase irom incm,
for If you do you will be sure to obtain a dangeron
.ind cunii'i'rrril article. si I
Tiir.o. A. Pf.ck & Co, Agents in Burlington, lor the
saleofthe Indian Vegetal le rill, nlso, r . n. iiollet,
Williston, Vt. nnd A. Ilnnsnihiil, Hurlinglon.
T OOK AT THIS HAVE YCU A COUGH !
J-r Til, Olio Dir. op CNNstiMPTloH every year in
the United State, and millions fuller feom troublesome
couch and colds, that can ha curud by Dr. M. Hindi
cock's Vcgcinhle Virgin Cream Congli Drops, a safe
medical prescription, contning no poisonous drugs, and
used in nn extensive practice for several year will
not positively nllbrd relief, nnd save you from lhat
awful tbseace, pulmonary eunsuinptinn, which titially
the fair, ihe lovely and the gay. Have you a' cough )
1C1.-11UUUUIU piircnaen notiieoi tne vjongu uros
to-day I ro-morrow may l e too late. Have you n
cough t Dr. Ilitcecok's Vegetable Virgin Crcnm Cotigh
Crop i the only remedy you should take to cure you.
for thi.plaig reaon I'hal in nooncoflhe Ihaiisand
ease where it ha leen ued bn it Tailed to relieve
Price 75eent per bonlc. For sale, whole-ale and lle
latl, by A. HITCHCOCK & CO. No. 117 Gene-ee
st., Ultea, N. Y. And by their agent throughout the
Unile-l Stale. In Burlington, by J. & J. II. Peck fc
Co., Thco. A. Peck & Co. In Venrcnncs, by J. II.
Bowman. In Milton, by Burnet & Sawyer. In Geor
gia, by Lorcn.o Janes. nti.2
A,.t,. IIEPATIC ELIXIR,
CELEBRATED remedy for complaints arising
from a di-eased state of the LIVER and its Secre
tion ; the following nre a few of it symptom,
weakneof the stomach, lndigetion, ios' of appetite
lowne ofSpirils and Headache; it will be found a
sure remedy for Eruptions on the Face. In conse
quence of Inch being many nostrums circulating in
thi part of the country, thesiibscnVrs are authorised
to warrant il l.enclieial ellecl. This article i jtit
received, nnd offered to the public a one well worth
the attention oflhoe who are afllicted by complaints
from the above di-c.ve; it being from an eminent
physician we feel conlidcnt inthu recommending it.
Oct. 6,180. THEO. A. PECK ii Co.,
Sign of the Mortar, one door easl of J Si J H Peek it Co
A-l l.'XV l.VITKIIOI.
il have opened a new Paint Siior on Cburch-sl.
two doors south of tl. Dane's store, win n. 1 i v 1
-do all kind of HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN and CARHlAGE
FAINTING, in theli-t pos-iblo manner and on terms
10 suit tlm-e who may lavour iiiviii wim
age. ICPPaints, Oil, Varnish and -y.P1n:5',"l,y
.on handand for sale. It. G. SPAULDING.
BARNES' new Geography, on the Clailieation
system; a veryii-efiil work for school, just reed
and for saleat thelooksWuJeJ9jJ)Aj;itAMAN
5n Bales brown sheetings nnd sbirliiiL's. 8 do.
OU York, power loom, and Dorchester Ticks, for
salehy (a30) VILAS, LOOMIS & CO.
80.000 feet 2 im h
stutf, clear and common apply to STRONGS it Co,
TkllVK l.miltKIt. fnr sale
Jr nlank inch board. 11 inch llooring, ami sash
CIIOA II.--1 1 Hhds. B. Sugar for sale by
r7 fsept. 25, 184U.
Burlington, April 9, 1840.
C. B. MILLS.
rpiIEPcntilo's Presidential Cnndidnlc, or the life of
JL Will. Ilenry linrnsou, uy ivienuiu nuuiti", .u.
salent tne uook atore, price .u cih.
Burlington, Scpt. viJ, miu. u. a. hi-iW'
'i VtTINllOW SASII-
H Just received 15,20
V 01 7 bv !1 easements ot
sniih. first rate article uf31
nt. I 3i cents er light; also
nil kinds nnd size, furnished
to order. 1 iconiteroga mau
lead, a first rale article, f k
sale very low, together w or
a great variety of other a Hh
i7ARWEM.'S SHOES, a full assortment jiu-i
r ree'd and for sale by H. W. CATLIN U vvo
KJ 'rown by
cles as cheap as can be lound at any other establirii-
ment in the place,
NEW DRUG ESTABI.ISIIMENT.--At
the sign of tho MORTAR one door east of J. f
j tl PecCii' Co. Tho subscribers hovo opened an
Apothecary Store, nnd intend to confine themselves
Tic to that business They no w offer to the publtc
general assortment of genuine ' Mcdccinea, me hi ling
altnew Chomienls, and the standard Patent Medicines;
constant attendance, win no given, uuu iiuw"
tcntion paid to prescriptions. , r
Burlington, Aug. 20. THEO. A. PECK & Co.
STJNOLB. DOUBLE. UMBILICAL.
TOST ree'd a wpply of Marsh's celebrated Trusses,
J n7.vervdescriDtion. for sale by thedozen or singlo
Oct. 1. 1840. THEO. A. PKCJv yo
oct. 1, gignoftheMorlor
40 casks, by
J. & J. PECK & Co.
Bedford, Snranac and Clinton
J. & J. II. PECK &. Co.
pi ROCKET, Comic and People's Almanacs, for 1810,
4UUU lor sale at puuiisnerii pni ", y
Hep, ;w, viiirtf, t.vivjui.j sx. w,
1 ff Boxes Tin Plate, X. 30 bunnies hnglisii
I 1 II I nn.l Ampnrnn Sheet Iron. 51) (10. UO. Uo,
Wire, copper and brass wiro Veltuni, for sale 1 by
Hep. i'J. yu.au, n'"i" s
1 Hhds. Now Orleans Sugar, on consignment
X U Aug. o. lor sate ny i. i.vjv mh s.,
"P'AREWELL'S Gaiter boots, vvalkin' shoes and
J. sups, a 1 11 1 1 : ussoriiueiii 1 imuito imm .
ticrsnocs; ptnin 110. uinortiins, muey
uiick gloves anu inuieiiB. 11. wimn
nVT nV GOODS. Sidney Barlow has receivixl
il general assortment ol good at his old storo 011
1'i-nr trec . w lien win uusuiu i-m-nii -,iuhKu, ...
Wool received for goods Burlington May.38.
1 v.w.n CLOTHS for cloaks 1 crapes, catnb
A. lets, camblotecns, goats' hair nud common wors.
..l .....l.l.a r,r',nl,.il SinVOIlVS. nllllll mill flgltrcd Ol
pines, plain and printed muslin de 1fars;,nI1Lw?0ow
2 CASES white and col'd Spool Thread, 1 do Pins,
300 lbs. white and assorted Thread, COO gross gilt
nnd fancy Horn Buttons, no Fancy soaps, jusi
Sept. 21. ree'd and for salo by Vilas, Loomis & Co,
IURS. Otter, seal and nutria enps 1 lynx nnd coney
? miilTat boast snuirrel. natural collars! swan.
coney, and nutria trimmings ; buffalo robes; for salo by
1 III " S., , Mltl VV,
nfl DVB STUFFS,
UU bbls. Cam Wood
200 do Log Wood St. Domingo
250 do Log Wood Canpeachy
2."0 do Fustiu
200 do Nicaragua
40 do Alum
25 do Blue Vitriol
HO do Madder
.1(1 earbovs Oil Vitriol
Mnrialic Acuf, Anna Forlis, Nitric Acid, Curcuma,
Bar Wood, Peach Wood, Qticr Ciiron Bark, Spanish
rioiant anu ueugui iiiih. m tiuuu.n,.iiv
apers, Jacks, Tenter hooks, v-ream tartar anu Agui
June 13. by J. & J. H. PECK & Co.
C1IIE.VPER nnd better for Ready Pay. The snh
J apribpr wnulil inform his customers and the nub
lie that on account of his loss of Goods by fire and the
damaged ones selling off so cheap, his present
stock is principally maae iresu nuu ncicti. uuu me
cloths being bought nl low prices can bo sold cheap.
All Kinasoi Clouting mnuo 011 1110 miuiiwi iiuuu.-.
Cutting dono ns usual. All kinds of clothes cleaned
ofnnint. irrcnsc. &c. nnddrcssed. pressed nnd repaired
in 1110 neatest manner anu oruugiuns riearns pussiuiu
in their nnmnal beauty, and warranted wil pout unm-
age. Also on hand, (no wailing until New Years or
running nil day artcr Trimmings etc.,) 'lop ioais,
(-l,ml.. nrfBnnil Prock Coats. Pantaloons. AVntsl-
nnnia Sminr inpkpta. iinvs uioitics. v lanneii ann
other shirts. Drawers, Stocks, &c. Also all kinds of
secondhand Clothes, Hats, uaps, isoots anu onocs,
Trnvcii nn itnim. Trunks. Furniture and on oilier ar
ticles common and uncommon. Clothes or produce
taken for pay. C. BENNS,
rearl St., wept, m, ibiu.
RUSSELL'S STOMACH BITFERS. may be
used in Wineor water. These celebrated bitters
arecompo-ed purely of vetro'ables of the most inno
cent yet specifics virtue. They are recommended par
iinnlnrlv for restoring weak ciiiistiiutions, elcaiisins
and strentrlhenini; the stomach, and increasing the
appetite also a preventative against the cholera mor
1.,,.. f..v.-r nnd nunc, removing nausea, vomilins
heart burning, weakness in the breast, pain in the
stomach nud oilier symptoms 01 liaiulencennu inuiges
lion. One box will tincture one gallon. Price25et!
Hiisri i.'s Itch Ointment. This choice and snfi
ointment is said to be superior to any now in u-e, for
1 ,m 1 knoreea 1 le nnd on isome uisea-e, inu 11011.
riiissJiniment is so eeariaiii 111 no upcraiiu u nu
per-on tloubled with the above disorder ought to I e
WltltOUl It. 11 IS l rrilll-uy lur viiliiuhi.ui MIWI1-,
sorimiif nilections of the bead, or any other breakma
out which arl-es irom siuirp iiiiinurs 111 uiu oiuuu,
Prii... or; a box.
Iliw.,1 l.'s VEOETABtE HILI.IODS flLlS, Or lamilV
physic, for general use, in ea-es of Jaundice, morbid
senibiiny oi tm i'i ui ,i u nppvui..
fu'iiil breath. cosllvene.s, riles, and all Unease arts'
in,- rrnin b arv i crancements. also nir correctm
the state of the blood, nnd cleansing tho system ol
fr.,,1 nml viscid humours. These pills nru a mild ca-
tbarlie, producing neither pain nor griping, and arc
lliereiore a vaiunuiu mm iiiumv uppiuv.i ..sv.,..Mlt
nud are pronounced nssucli by themo-t ciitinguis
physicinns. Each box containing 38 Pills. Pi
571 nf.. n box
Russell's celebrated Salt Riikiim Ointment. This
is unquestionably Ibe best and safest remedy everyvt
ullered 10 the public for lhat obstinate disorder SA Lf
RHEUM. Where oilier means nave mueu, 11 na suc
ceeded, and Ihe fact ihnt it has been sxlensively used
by eminent Practitioners speaks volumes in its praise.
Il i equally efficacious in nil diseases of the skin,
scald head, ring worm, and the most inveterate Itch,
Sic. Sic Numerous certificate might be obtained,
I ut ihe proprilor chooses mat a lair iriai siioiuu nemo
only evidence of its superior elliency. Price SO cents a
box. For sale by J. tv J. H. Peck Si Co., Theodore
A. Peck 6i CO., sign 01 tne .ui.riar, 11 in ,
II. f V Xill.L, tlii.l II, ill MT I L llllllttma
iiiiiimgion ; it. w. ,
burcbt S. II. Barne, Clmrlotle; L. Jane.-, tieorgia ;
1 tp.,1... I.'..,.. 1 Knller Si Huntinclon. Richmond.
Also, by Ihu druggists and merchants generally
inroucnoiii tne siuit.
Tfel.At KSIlTII...TIie subscriber havini, re
J J cenlly moved from Albany, and commenced the
Blacksmith bunnes, in an us iiirms, 111 tuu new suu
nn Mmlison street, near Follell Si Bradley's Store
,.,,, 1 n'.iHi 1 r nv e thu in in anis 0 nur nsion
and vicinity to give him n call, as he is fully prepare.)
,,..! ,,11 L,n, l.i.l vi'nrl.- in biii line, on the shortest no-
ih.. Li-si manner, and most favorable term. He has
lor many years past given m purirumnr ui'
the Horse shoeing business, and rarriery in all Us
branches, r rom the long experience which
had, nnd Ibe general inlonnation ho lias iierneo uum
Irom theory and practice, lie leels luity copuuem m re
....iiiiii.'ii.liiur bliiisi.lfin iiu, in, Mm. Ha will be Pre
i.TiriHi ni 1111 times 101ivu 111s ner.onai aiieuiiuu iunu
kind of work in hi- line uch ns Ironing Wargons
SlHiuli. Shinwork. Su: All kinds of edire tools
inmle in ihu 1 e.t maimer and most amiroved style. He
trusts tliut by giving business his undivideil allenlion
nnd the low prices at which he will he enabled to lur
nisU work-, 10 reeeivo u suaro 01 'e l"'V" JJ"" l-Si
, JOIIN SORAOLN.
Burlintitoii, April 10, 18417.
KIIKlt.tlAN'S WORM I.OZKMiES,
CHILUHEN or adult can take meilicinc 111 this
form without dillk-ully. It is the only way to
mnl-i. it n ensant. '1 he-e Loienires are the great'
...1 iiisrovi-rv ever made, for dispellins Ihe va
riou kinds ol worm mat so iri-quentiy anu iii-tn-ss--inrriir
nunov bnibebildren and adulls. They are nn
inl.llllllle re'lteoy, ami so iirnniu m iuc i.i-iu iii.ii
children will take them a readily a a common pep
permint lor.ense. Many ui-ea-e. arise irom worm
wiihnni itsbeiiiL' stisiiecleil. Sometimes a ver' trouble
wnmu ..mifli. naiiis in the lomts or limbs, bleedin? at
ibe nn.e. iVe. are occasioned by worms, nnd can be
...iolv run! bv Ibis celebrated medicine. The follow
headache, vertigo, torpor, disturbed il renins, sleep
broken oil bv fright nml screaming, convulsions, te.
verishness, tbirsl, pallid hue, bad taste in the nionlb
ollensive breath, rough, iiimciiit nreaming, iieuini
m 1 ln no-e. naiiis in t lie stomach, nausea, squeamish
lies, voracity, leanness, tendinis, ncninp ni 111c niins
inu-urd iii''ln.nndnt lenslh. deieclion. and films and
iiini-ii. One i a do-e for a child two years old two
fur one four year old three for eight years, and live
for an adult, and should be repeated every morning, or
......n mlii.r utnrnin'r until relieved.
ICy Sold at the Variety store by PANG BORN tV
I1I1INS.MAID. Jtnellirt. Burllliston. Vt. wholesale
Agents. A liberal discount lo merchants who buy to
HU .MORS t ! Notwithstanding the publicjoiir
nal of thvday, are already crowded with noti
ce of Medicines, in'which Ihe public have very little
confidence, I have concluded lo say to iho-e a'dhcted
with Salt Rheum, St. Anthony's fire, (or Eryiiela-,)
Scald-Head, Leprosy, or any 01 her cut a neons eruption
also ha it leen found a remedy for Sick-Headache
winch nri-es from humors in the stomach. That I
have found asaleandellectunl remedy by an internal
application, without altering the diet or habit (il
temperate) nnd without injuring the constitution
oreyesight. 1 have been most seriously afllicted with
a complaint called Lepro-y, lor fourteen years, while
ihe ablet Phyieian coulil give rne hut little encotir
nsemenl or relief, calling it an incurabledi-ea.e. After
many year-experimenting on myself, nt the hazard
of my "life, I have, by the blein? of God made this
discovery, and am now ready fully'tn convince my fel
low sullerers of Ihe fact in iny own per-on, and a-sist
them to a like remedy, for a reasonable compensation.
Yet I am not insen-'il leof the dilliciillv to call public
attention, so often deceived, to a new Compound. But
from its lenelicial cll'ccl upon my my-elf, and
upon others also who given it a trial, 'I am in
duced :o oiler it to the public, with lull directions for
u.iug, signed Charle Jone-, in my owii hand writing
lobe genuine, nnd for their accomodation it will be
left wilh mo-t of the principal Druge.!--!. in the Liu
ted Slate a soon as convenient, with a few certi
ficates of its efficacy, such a may follow this no.
lice. Al.o, mav be found wilh it, a sale, ea-y and in
fallible (internal) remedy for the Pile, prepared by a
skillful hand of I he medical faculty,!' called Piles Itor
morhoids, which if used will surely recommend itself.
"CrAll communications respecting these Medicine-,
mut be po-tagc paid, to receive attention.
Claremont, N. H. Sept. 26, 1810. Charles Jones.
TV tht Public I hereby certify that my wife has
been severely afflicted for the la-t two years wilh a
scrofulas humor the Saltrheume, or something of that
nature) having applied 10 several Physician, and tried
almot every thing which i. recommended for such
complaints, I ul to no purpose. At lai hearing ol a
medicine prepared by Mr. Charles Jones, of tbi
town, she revolted to try it, and in six weeks after she
Ivgnn lo use it, wa completely cured. I would,
therefore, recommend ihi medicine lo nil who are af
llicleil with scro'lidas humors, such a hate been pro
nounced by nearly all Physicians inetiral le. and am
cl.ttTUiihii, .tiib.i, mio. ' iltAaVriifV"
A Card. The undersigned take? this method to say
to those whe are afflicted with humors of nny kind,
thai he has been mot seriously afflicted for ten or
twelve year with n cutaneous complaint called Salt
rlieume'or Lepro-y which ha ever been pronounced
ineiiral le. And knowing that the same wa heredit
ary in our family 1 bad de-paire l of ever finding rebel,
having failed in all my attempt 10 uure, until la-t
spring I learned that my brother lharIe,who had been
for fourteen years in the same, situation had found a
safe and elfeclual remedy, without al'ering the diet or
habits, for which I applied, and wa hirm-hed with a
phial of drop-, and I can now say lhat after uing one
half mv humor wa completely eradicated without in
juring my health, and 1 have uoitount nut others may
liud, the same in ihi powerful medicine, a 1 under
stand some already have. He has declined making it
very pul lie at pre-ent, yet I think others may ul-olind
it 1 applying at his residence in West Claremont for
ine present. .,u,3s-nM.
Claremont, August 1, 1840.
A Card. The undersigned feels a diffidence in lhu
offering hi testimony in favor ol a "new aieueeine,"
prepared by hi own (Miner, nniieannoi nope ior tne
confidence which would I e put in one who would seem
more disinterested. But he beg leave 10 say, that
for six year- he had been troubled wun n nnmor so-mmtiii.-.
r-iilled lenro.v. which had of late leeomun
serious affliction; and knowing that his Father and
otber had in vain tried every probnl le remedy, he had
not the most distant expccinimn 01 ever uiming n
cure. Being indumlto try a plnal of hi Father'. med
ectne, ho ha indeed found it all he could wish, a sate,
speedy, and he believes e I'eclual cure. If others shall
be induced by tin lo rid tbem-elves of a loaih.otne
complaint, his end will be answered. EznA Jones.
University 01 uruiuin, iiuriuion'ii, nugi .
A Card. Hearing of a Medecine prepared by Mr.
Charles Jone-, ofthi town, for humors, and having
seen its beneficial ellecl, I applied for it for my little
daughter 4 years of age, much afflicted with Sap"
Kheiim, snppved to I e an hereditary complaint. 1
can now say lhat after Using it six weeks my hopes
nre fully realized in a euro without injuring mecniiu's
heallh.'and enn now recommend it 10 other as a safe
and infallible remedy for such complaint.
Claremont, N. II. Sep'- 's 1810. Mam E. Teakt.
I hereby certify that 1 have been intimately ac
;,,i.vl si.iil, Mr. Charles Jone. of Cbiremont. N. II..
r,.r k number of years last nat. nnd have been consul
ted by and presented ior nun, ior n very 1 imc
disease 01 ine sum, wen unuwn ny inn imww irpru-y
but could do no more than mitigate the diea'e fi.r a
time. Since he ha n'lt-cieil n radical cure by mean
of.his Drops for Ifumou, I have examined him and
am happy to say mat ni ss.ui is imimiy -muw i .m..
ireu irui'i ine uisi.-n " sn.,
Franceslown, N. II. , Sept. 15, 1810.
munii 111.' 1 .1 v I'.itwi lit 1 tor Vyons 111 1 on
JS Dyspepsia, Asthma, and all discnses of the Lungs
and Liver. These diseases prevail to a great extent,
l Treniodied by tho m-e of Dr. Taylor's Ba bom o
1. ti.w iiwlieinu is numlv Vegilal le. nnd
i.iverwvn, - .. ,. v . 1
its peculiar nclton upon iiieuiverisaiwaysioum
ical remeily for these di.cases. l ot Females and
crnlefularcsiorntive, as it nol only strengthens, but
r,nes and Bives a heal, hv acl.on ,0 . be whole sys-
have iust received n fresh supply of seasonable Good.
from New York, all very cheap for cash
Burlington, Jiuy jo,
... ... ir.Lu.. .in... 1. nn Kootll llg
a. iiL.r3aiu in iHuiiitiJ'. ",ir,
L Svmn for children culliim teeth. 'Ihe timely
Svruii for children culling teeth. 'I he timely
me of this " article will save children nine 1 pa 1, m 1 1
: ver and the paiiiful WZ
ent article lor the nur.ey Mm, 'o'h1,.l'0or'ilM
sold at thu VarieivStore.' I'anodow, vVBaiNiMAlO.
SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLASTBB
AfkNLY 2l cents each. Each plaster ha printed
v on the back ol it, "Sherman's 1'oor man's piaster,
I, ! tin. lirst sirenntbeiiingtihisterinlhe world, nnd
snv..r..iL'n remedv fi r nam or weakness in the bad,
lnin. side, breast, neck. limb, loints. rheumatism.
iiinilmgo, Sic.fii: One million n year will not supply
t In. iw.inmiu. Thev retimrea ill e wanning neiore an-
plicnllon. warranted superior 10 mi oiner, anu iur
one quarter the usual price, making noioniy tne ret,
but the cheapest plaster in the world. It nllords rebel
nn imw nours. nnu mivKcs iisiuiiisiiiiii; i.-iirc:s. iiunxr
complaint and dyspepsia, it should I e worn over Ihe
region ol Ilie liver or siinuaen, nnu 11 win n;iuru t;n:.ii
and astonishing relict, in cough, coin-, asiiimn,iiuu
ulnr i.rbnviilnn''. onnresion ol the chest or stomncii
they will immeilialely sooih, nnd greatly lenefit lhe
patient. Persons ol sedentary habits, or lbo-e obliged
to stand much, will receive decided support from one
of theio truly, strengthening piasters, rnysicinns gen
crally recommend them, in preierence to an oiners,n
(..ins., thev slick or adhere letter and a ford great
rebel. III liteir upcr-iuou uity nro siiiniu.1111. iuin,
nnd anodyhe. They nro composed of entirely dillerent
ingredients Irom nny otner i mm known iroui incv
pericnce ol lliillioiis, who nave uum iiieiu. 11 wi-u
1... .,1,1'iod iK.iiinoiiv. of nil Ihe celebrated and di
...hi..i i.i.rirv nun iiiivsicinns. 111 i; 10 iiiii-i n-i'iui
and highly medicated plaster, ever invented or ollered
to Ihe puli'ic. Several person havccnllcd at ihe ware
llOll'O 10 express uieir surpruu tiii'i iiuumn 01 nit:
nllllOsrmirucuiou cures inese piiisii-rs nave ruceicu,
One man who had u-en so nlllicied vviin riieuiiiaiisin
us to be unable 10 dress liunsell without assistance
u'tisenabledafler wearing one. only one night to gc
up alone in Ibe morning, put 011 his clothe and cnll
at our o co wiiueves rouiiiiiu wuu juv nuu nix long uv
pouring forth the gladness of hi heart, nl the sudden
UUU signal reuei iiu nnu revrivevi iruiu mis 1 est 01 ail
icmedie. Ask for Dr. Sherman's Poor Man's Plaster,
It is so called, because the price places il in 1 ho power
ol all to purchase, being only mi d. koui at ma
riety sioro ny 1 .vnuuuun vx. uiu.o..,....
Jewellers, Burlinaton, Vt, wholesale agents. A libe
ral ditvouat to mcrclmnuj who buy to tell agam,
I"K. IIIINEYS FAMILY Pll.lrf.ior rcino-
ving symptom or irrrntion an ing from foul
stomach nud bowels; such n lo-, of uppetitr, or
morbid cravings for food, sickness or vonntting,
pain or an linen-v scn-ation at the pit of stomach,
wifli sonnies, andn costive siatcof the bowel, llalu
lence with fulness of iheso parts, nnd pain on pressure,
wilh fnintncs, jaundice, uy-cnlnry, pain In either
side, nnd piles. Afleclion of the head,dizines, stu
por, weakne, depresn'on of spirits, hylerin, hypo
chondria, and often dt-turled sleep, sick bead ache
so common wilh feeble, delicate person, especially
females, diarrhoea, or loo-eness of the I owels, nnd dy
scntary, ih-ea-e of the skin, and worm so frequent
wnh children, ulleclions of tbo chest, such n cough,
or difficulty of breathing, occasioned very freqt cn'ly
by n disordered stnte of the stomach. Monthly atlec
lion of feniulcs, when checked by general debility with
lo of appetite, attended wilh cold feel, etc., ngue nnd
fever, iniluenza, rheumatic n'leclions of the joints,
sernfit'a, liedoloroux, or painlul affection of the nerve
of the face, neck and shoulder. I have found them
useful in removing chronic cntarrb, if persevered in
for some lime, in smaller do-e. They ore accommo
dated to all age, (children of u year old may safely
use them,) and lo any climate, and under nil circum
stances. They contnin no mercury nor oilier mineral.
They are purely vegetable. Dosr.. Two to four may
be taken at a time, and repeated every other night,
until the long e 1 clean, nnd thu discharge from the
bowels, instead tf being light colored or dark anil of
fen.ive, 1 eeome free and full and healthy, with a re
turn nf appetite.
CERTIFICATES. The undersigned ha had the
plea-nre ol an nciiuaintntice Willi Dr S. Phmiiev fir
some ye.irs pat, during hi re-idem c in tin villag,,
where he has attained a high character a a phy-tciati
He ha hud an opportunity alo in repeated instance
ol testing Ilie value ol (he ''Family Pills," and from his
own experience of their efficacy", a well ns from it
knowledge of their goode:tectin other cae, he has
no hesitation in recommending ibem to leju-t what
they profess lobe, n very valuable Family Medicine.
THOMAS M. SMITH,
Pastor of the Presbyterian church, Catskill N'.Y.
I feel it to be n privilege nud duty to say, that to the
extent of my observation and experience, which is
very considerable d iring several year-, the utility of
ibe article both for Dy-pcp-y and a n mo-t efficacious
Family Medicine, fur exceeded my anlieinnticn.
More than thirty years I have not enjuyed health, but
siillered much from ick bead-ache, and from billion
a'lections. 1 have had the advice of many respectable
physician, but never found any electual relief from
my complaints until a trial of Dr Phinney'. Pills had
been made. Samuel Churchill.
Ilarmonsbnrg. Crawford Co., Pa., July, 1838.
Catskill, Greene Co., N. Y., April, 1S25.
To all whom it may concern : This certifies that Dr
S. Phinney ia Phy-ician of the lir-t standing in this
village, having received his medical degree at Cam
bridge University, and is entitled lo the highest respect
from the public.
Rev. David porter, D. D.j Rev, Joseph Prentis, A.
M.; Thomas B. Cooke, Pre-ident of Catskill B.ink;
Key. Thomas M Smith; Jacob Hnight ; Itohert Dor
Ion, Counsellor ; John Adams, do; M. Waton,do.
if these pilldo not give satisfaction altera fur trial
lliey may be returned, und the tno.iey will be rcfudded.
Agent nre hereby authorized to do so. Agents. R.
Moody, Burlington ; b. Jane-, Georgia; T. W Smith,
St. Alban ; C. L. Drake, Wvist Milton and at mot of
the store in the state. o30.3'n
OtTo N, LOTION. DR. EVANS' beaftT
FV1NG LOTION. Highly esteemed for curing
all Eruptions Coar-eness, Rediies and Pimple 011
the Face Neck or band-, and cilectually cleaning the
cotnolexion, and removing all dicae of the skin'
Nothing contribute so much to our general siicce-s
in lite, a an engaging lir-t appearance. This Lotion
i admired a most fragrant, lnild,nfe wah and great
ly esteemed for its virtues in clean-in tr, softening, and
purifying the skin of all eruption-, so injurious to fe
male' beauty, and re-toring it to a high degree ol pu
rity. A beautiful complexion i the pride of all who
DOse-s it, and the envy oftho-e who nre deprived of it.
What i so ntleclinglo a I eautiful femahy'n who-e face
nature has displayed her power, a to hud her complex
ion discoloured with disgusting pimple, which mar
her chamis 1 A good appenrince is the 1 et recom-aTiiritatKe-s.TTnlOirU
wivwir-.l ftutywu.-ji... 1
cosmetic a lady should iis at her toilet. Gentlemen
will all also tind tin a delightful remedy, to remove
all R.uighne, Pimple-, Ringworms, Spots, lledne-s,
Serene of the face and uo-e, and every kind of erup
tion on the surface of the human body. It 1 particu
larly recommended to gentlemen to I e used afier sha
ving, ni II will preveiu iu; uiuvinisu ...... ...ss..
nil common soap, in turning the teard prenntiire.y
"rev. For sale Whole-ole and retail by A. HITCH
COCK Si Co., No. 1 17 Genesee street, Vlica. In Purlin-Mum
bv J. & J. II. Peck & Co., and Thco. A. Peck
vtCo. In Vcrgcnne-, by J. H, Bowman. In Milton,
by Burnett & Sawyer, lu ocorgia, uy i.rctvo
Janes "g 2.
1 have been acquainted with Mr. Charle Jones for
a number of year, have, practiced in hi family, nnd
administered medicine for hi disease of the skin, more
or less, for ten or twelve year-, past wnnoiun rauicai
cure. He now appear to be erfeetly cured by some
drops which ho prepare-, and which so far ns I am
acquainted with them piomhe to be ot great utility in
such disease. Moses Codb, M. V.
Springfield, Vt. Sept. 1, 16 111.
t i......iir.rit,p.l remedies, and admini'slereil medi
cines for C. Jone', humor which I called Lepro-y,
mn,,. r.. for fnurtren venrs. without a complete
cure (his being an uncommon ca-e.) He now appears
to have a nnaiciire irom iiiuwii uisvamc,,,
what I tee or its eilects upon others ni-o, 1 am 01 opi
nion ilmay be of much benelil to the community.
TlMOTHT S. GlEAsOK, M. D.
Claremont. Sept. 15. 1810.
!r P'Tlii nmlieine makes no vain nretenion; nor
ewriies anv hones wmcn will not ic iniiy ir.iuzni.
iliinm nnd irv for voursclve. anv who are afllietl
Willi unease 01 mis s.111". 11 '"") 1 c iihih m i"
store of Itolsert. Mooily, druggist, Burlington, and wilh
aiuriin vv ires r.-q. v-niuuriunc , 1.
mI CORE'S ESSENCE OF LIFE. A Valuable
if J. Medicine, which, if rightly applied, will le the
mean 01 saving thousand irom an unimwiy mmr.
It has been sold and used for thirty years, vvungreai
success, and found very eihcncioii mi ic i. imiu
HA1U I IIAIIl s I OA ..I iss. nivor
tant Discovery the Creat Mystery louiifl
out at last. DR. STERRY'S HAIR REGENE
RATOR. Dr. Stcrry, after much attention to tho
important subject of preserving the hair, has, after
many experiments chemical and physical been able
to discover and article which is now offered with tho
greatest confidence for the toilet as the best thingever
discovered, for, for its softening and penetrating quality
to producu a good head of hair to prevent it from
falling oil' when baldness is apprehended lo rcstoio
it when baldness nas taken place, and to prevent it
from turning grav. It ii is more nourishing than po
matum, antique oil, or Cologne water. It is a bca '1
ful article for ladies curls it makes the ha ' - 'aid
lively, and produces uncommon brilliancy. Thous
ands liave tested its superior virtues nnd excellence,
nnd in every instance it stands unrivallul. Jl 1 nil
infallible cure in all nilections of the s in on the head
as dnndrull, Sc. vVc. Every l.iiiiuy siiouui ne sup
plied with a botllc of this oil, mat ny its application
to the head and hair of children, the beautiful and or
namental appendage ofa fine head of hnie, which na
ture has supplied us may be preserved. From the.
nnmcrous certificates a ml recommendations received
of its salutary influence, the Doctor feels firmly per
suaded he bn succeeded in producing an article which
will meet the desired wishes and approbation of thu
dublic. For sale wholesale and retail by A. HITCH
COCK it Co. 117 Gencce st. Ulica, N. Y. tn Bur
lmton, by J. it J. H. PECK it Co. nml THEO. A
PECK vt Co. In Vcrgenties by J. 11. Bowman. In
Milton, hy Burnet & Sawyer. In Georgia, by Loren
riMiE Lion of the da v. .no a ke no
Jl PAY ! The Genuine old Dutrh or Ger
man Vegetable Pills. Highly revommended by
Dnci. Valentine Moil, M. D. of N. V., nnd others.
The-,' are the order ! Any one that does 1101 bin re
'tcf from these pills the price i refunded back, tlie-o
are the positive orders of the Proprietor to agent and
others. In offering these pills lo the public, 1 appeal
to their intelligence. If iheso pill nre not what they
..s.,.M.m..n,t.l. von nre in il.it v bound out of rc-pect
to yourself and community to reject ibem. and publish
them to the world as an imposition, humbug and
nunekerv. TheptiUio may 1 e aitrtn iney arc purciy
s-..i..ml.h. ilu-v nre eoinnosed of nine ingrcdint, part
tit The medicine is only found in Aiaandtn the val
ley of Germany. For convenience lhe.-e extracts
are mnue into mi- uuu m . .. r..,,. .... ... .s-
hef lor all billiou complaints, yellow nnd billions
fever-, lever and ague, jaundice, scarlet rash, billions
cholie dipepia. vtc. It is not preiended lh.il tin
me.licinei- a cure ior an ii.c.ic. u uu u uiv ini"iu
yslem is liable. Ten thousand ii-cie- e tort navo
btvn m.ide lo draw Irom lho regions olitnl nowu laticy
mn. Inn".nnn iheorv of inaaif nrl( which would
enie each and every dise.ve. Goul medicine i not
found in the fire or whir' wind. Health nnd happinc-n
hang upon chance wind lime i- the herald ol tr lib.
The pa-t al lea-t is uvure; lliey have already rai-cd
a monument ol their greimes wnu-n wei mi) nm
corrixlinglooth of time. None enn I e Genuine without
a wrapper nnd direction on each box on which my
name is written nt length. So d wholesale nnd retai
bv the uhcrd er at Glen's y A. H. D. Sand
79, and 100 Fulton si. and It. M. Meig-. S South
Mauket st. Albany. Baum it llawlcv, 210 Siver st.
Troy, Genera. Agents "'7,, OKIFFIN
sc-, viz. Consumption, Whooping, uouan, com
mon iOtign, uod-, dim-nil ."vs'"",",,! .
Quinsy, Asthma, Phthisic, Spitting of Bloocl, Haiti
lency, Indigestion, Loosenc- of the Bowel, I us of
every kind, Crumps, Rickets, Colic, Catarrh, Dyse.i
tnrv. Fa in in?, Hypochondriac Affections Headache,,
Si tnes" a Stonmch, Mea.les, a preventive of Con-
Forsale by Wm. Rhodes and E. B. Given, Rich
mond; Morion it Clark, and 1. iv. i. f -.ainrop,
Williston ; Hagar & Coiu-tiK'k. Shell urn ) H. Siiinlon,
Essex ; Geo. B. O.il.e-, nnd Alien Barney, Jericho;
J. It. llurlbnt, We..ford J. H. Barnes, Charlotte R.
Moody nnd Geo. Peterson, Hurlinglon ; and 1 y E.
BRIGGS, Burlington, Agent for Chittenden Co., where
Sub-Agents can I e supplied at wnoleale prices.
aft USER VF that the genuine Cough and Worm Lo-
nnd nil others, made by Dr. A. Sherman,
u..ni.l in boxe. srulcd un nnd have Ihe name of" A.
SucaMAK, M. D." on the Boxes, Purchaser will please
rememler this as the popularity of these urtiele, ha
induced ninnv individuals to make an article, far infe
rior. 10 sell, when these articles a re ennui ml for. 1 lie
poor Man's Piaster and Sherman's bozengers, ure
Sold ut tho Variety Store, Panqiokn & Bbiksmaip.
jCpTIm above Medicine i prepared liy Henry Sev-
mour.oflladley, Slass.lrom ine uriKinni tMpe,
thedireciiou '"VT'f'lv.is.a ' OONFECTIONARIES-Just received, a selected
II. Peck Co C varielV ot Stuart', celebrated confectimar.es-
ndV 'T," a pS &. Co.. Bu liniton. and by tue ncUy put up for retod trade. Also at ynoiesaie
I dealer, generally tluonglwut tb couuin'. ,nftu' VVl