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NOT VMM I L O I V OF O JC S A R, BUT TBS W L T A R O F BOM
BY H. B. STACY.
BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1840.
VOL. XIV.... No. 29.
LEATHER Ac Tho subscriber has received
and ia now receiving from Now York, a largo as
sortment of Leather, Hoots and Shoes in addition to
his former stock, consisting of the following articles
in part t
100 Sides Sole Lcnthcr, a superior article, free from
30 Heavy Cow Hides, water,
10 Sides Harness Leather,
10 " Black Bridle do
10 Doz. Sheen linings,
2 11 South Sea Seal Skins,
1 " Grained Leather,
1 Case Men's Snpcrior Calf Boots icwod, war
3 ' " Thick Boots, heavy at $2,50 per pair.
1 " Boy's 11 " " 1,87 '5
1 " Small Boys " " 1,22 "
Together with Kids, Kips, Shoo Thread, Prunella
'Cotton and Linen Webbing, Blacking, Shoe Brnshcs,
Ladies French Kid Slips, and a general assortment
'of Misses and Childrcns Slips and Walking Shoes,
'all of which will be sold low for cash.
II. C. STIMSON.
N. B. Wanted, a few bushels of Buckwheat, Bye
nd Corn. E. J. STIMSON, Agent.
Burlington, Oct. 22, 1340.
A MERICAN ALMANACS for 1841, for sale at
XX tlio book store.
The subscribers keep constantly on hand cxtcn
sivcassortmcntsof Essences and Svruns. nlso Slouch-
13 IHIjES.A vcrv Inrce assortment of all sizes ton's Bitters. Wino do. Soda and Scid itz Powders.
JO of Bible... and prices from 60 cts. to 915 each, Spices of all kinds. Purchasers will find it not for
Just reo'dand for tale at the Bookstore.
1). A. BRAMAN
CHINA, Glassware, Crockery and Looking Glas
ses, just ree'd and for salo by N. Lovely & Co.
al.su, soua uraexcrs. sept, 3,
NIjO VEtiV -St Co. arc now opening and of
. fcring for sale a more extensivo assortment o
seasonable Goods than they have ever before offered
DRUGS AND M KIM (J INKS. A large supply just W. UiV!, T ? ' B i r l'u n' .
rn-Miv Juno to J A 1 II PITK A I'n URS and Fur Trimmings all of which aro oflcrcd
rCLjl'y J""c'g- J. &J.I1.P1.CK&CQ. Mtrcme ,ow f()r undy'cASH. 0cl. 22.
ivnuijiou currants, ramuy urocencs, saimon, . ,. , , .
JCi sinoaked Herring, for sale by N. Lovely & Co. rjENTLEMEN'S OVER AIjLiS.G dozen
- VJ pairs Gcnt-lcmcn's Over Alls, (long stockings.)
AIRBANK'S SCALES, by just received and for sale by the dozen or single pair
July 10. J. & J. H. PECK & Co. at Montreal nrices bv JAMES H. PLATT.
"ILiASS. Biirlinutoii. Vermont, and Essex. Cvhn
VT dor Gln, made at the Chntn.lnin Glassworks,
LYMAN ii CO I j 13, have on hand an extensive
assortment of Burlington Mill Co. BROAD
CLOTHS and BEAVER CLOTHS. Also. Agrcnt
assortment of English Broad Cloths, Beaver Cloths
and Cassimcres, which they will sell at reduced prices.
WANTED. A few thousand lbs good Fleece Wool
or which cash will be paid. Oct. 23, 1840.
been, and cannot be found in this market. They have
also two pices cassimcrc, which very far surpass the
beaver ciotn. inov. vi.
MT. VEHNON HEADER, Polvglott Bibles
of diilerent sixes and bindings'. Pocket Bibles
end Testaments and n general assortment of stations-
ryjust received Iroin IN. l orl; and for sale y
uoileireM. .ie:as. s. uui I i.mj lum.
LOAF. Lump and Brown Sugar, Teas, Coffee, sperm
candles, winter strained lamp oil, molasses, rice,
nutmegs, Eng. currants, soda crackers, cloves, cinna- "pvRUGS, Medicine, Perfumery, Paiuts, Dye Stuffs,
TtIORE NEW BOOKS. J.i.
Ill Store, A New Home. Who 'II follow.
I received nt the Hook
Ladies Cnmpaniun. Counters Ida. Havward's New
England Gazetcer. Mitchell's Geographical Header,
a system ot Geography, comprising a Dc-eriptiun ol
the World with th-j grand divisions, designed for in
structions in schools and families. Wonders of the
Heaven.. I. A. IIRAMAN.
LOW'S Writing Paper, wholesale and retail,
at the Manufacturers prices, and the best assort
ment ever before offered at 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 largo supply of wrapping paper at re
-100 keg I
J. II. Peck & Co.
I). A. BRAMAN.
NEW SCHOOL GKOG.tAlMlY AND
ATLAS WITH OUTLINE MAPS, by S. Augus
tus Mitchell. The author ot the ahove works has
I een nrofcs.ionnll v devoted to the science of Geo'v and
the publishing of Map., during many year.- anil hi
lornior production-, e-pceially his .uap ol the world
for AcadcmL-s. Lear amnle ic.limononv of In. abun
dant resource.", upon which he ha. so lif it .illy drawn,
ill pruuucini: mc nuiive si-iium wun.s. i iiu umuwiiifc
extract of the Geo'v and Atla-. is from a joint recom
mendation of ihe Teacher., in the eilv of New York.
"Their merits are numerous the definitions remark
ably plain and concise. 1 he exorcise, arecopiou. and
important, and the descriptive . luminous anil correct
The divi-ions of the American continent, are repre
sented anl de-erfled as tbev really ex i-t nt the ..resent
time. And the gross misstatements generally found
in -Ciiool geographies are corns 'led. The typographi
cal execution is mi commonly neat and distinct, indeed
the a'las i. a model of (he kind, and actually teem.
with information." The outline Main are peculiarly
calculated to exercise the student in hi- study, and to
fill up at hi- leisure. For sale ly C. GOODUK II.
IODINE SPRING WATER. A recently discover
ed fountain at Saratoga and contains nrnnnrlies
T OB ROY Belvidier. 8.4ths. , llrocha Kaby c, cm- rcn(!crs f , , ' . p . . f .
u, ?n,iT fi i.h- K
and Saxony do. Woolen, Thibet and fancy scarfs, ltabIe mincral 'tor foroVary species of ScrS yet'
just received by N. LOVELY, &. CO. discovered, for sale by J. & J. II. PECK & Co. A?ts.
S. S. KICINM3K.
1T70CLD inform histjat
VV rons that he has just
received irom the importers
a well selected and extcn
sive assortment of SAD
LERY HARD WARE-
consisting of every article
required in cuumry suup?
which will be sold to Sad
Inrcnt ii amnfl ndvnnrpfrnni COStforcasll.Calll and See.
Customers can at all times find a good assortment of
ready made Brass and Silver plated, Japanca ana
Tined Coach, Gig and Waggon Hahsesses. A good
assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen's Saddles, Va
Jesses, Trunks, Carpet Bags of a superior quality.
Mattingals. Trappings, Housings, i wigs aim opurs,
incn and c use Bells assorted. Combs, Cards, Brushes
Saddlers Silk, Buckskin Mittens and Gloves, a great
variety of Whips and Lashes, Carriage Lamps splen
did nntHrns. Patent Lcther bv the side or smaller
quantity. Morrocco and Shcepkins single or by the
dozen. A great variety of other articles adapted to
xhis market. Having furnished my shop wiih a su
perior article of Oak Tanned Briddle and Harness
Leather, a good quality ot ware, cxpcrmcca anu lem
neratc mechanics, and mv cxnerienco in business, 1
pledge myself '.o furnish as good articles as were ever
sold in this place and on as reasonable terms. Most
kinds farmers produce received in payment. Lumber,
wood, nanncl,tow anaiuucioin, arcsiorunaresisKins
and hides, ornnv othcrarticlein theshano of property,
Shop, North side Court House Square, 2 doors East
John Howard's Hotel.
Buriington, October 29, 1840. l.l
AT OT1CE. LADIES
li & Gentlemen in
debtcd to the subscriber
for IIon.sE or Cahiuag
hire, or otherwise, are re
quested to make payment
immcuiaiciy, nuu sav
tor ion, ior saie
D. A. BRAMAN.
TVfttTlCE lo GROCERS & HOTEL KEEPERS,
heir disadvantage to call unonus..
UCtODcr J. 'I MI'.U. A 1'li.UH. Ci uo.
BOSTON and TROY IKON COMPANV.-The
public are hereby notified, ihat the Imsinp,. ol
casting In every branch and variety. Is done to order,
on theshortct notice, at Troy, Vt. The company have
much enlarged their foundry, and are now prepared
to do all kind of work done at any foundry in the
country. Milbirearinir. Pol A-h KVttl... 9in.
Plough, Axletree, Ac, on hand, or furnished to order.
All who wMi to contract for stove-plate.'., or to pur
chase a large quantity of hollow-ware, for the purpose
ui rciniiiiig, win He luniiBiicii ai wnoiesaic prices anu
all who may favor u with llieircalbtor onlery. will
dealt by at liberally a at any establishment In the
country. uruer. stiouiu uc nuiiresetl to ti. it. Uros
man, Supcnntcndanl, or A. Young, Agent, Troy, Vl.
to secure an early reply, and prompt attention.
iroy, vi., June low. jy;
P. S Ho will fool them to order.
Burlington, Oct. 19, 18 10.
nd very much improved in quality compared with the CJALT. 4,000 Minots Coarse Packing Salt,
lie brandy for safe by J. & J. II. PECK & Co. O 6,000 Minots Liverpool Salt,
Tf W. CATLIN & CO. have one niece of blueL...iri"1 '0LPu,rY"B?eri BnQ UCUVl
ri. black Beaver Cloth, a match for which; has not K,cu al a"' 1 orl jasONC. PIERCE &
St. Johns, L. C, Sept. 4, 1840.
i.'ASE R-4 English Merinos. 1 case French
1 ca-e black bombazine. 1 cao colored do,
usl ree'd and for sale by VILAS, LOOMIS & CO,
OOfV Yards super fine, fine and common wool
do. &JJJ cn Carpctings, just opened. Also, plain
vcnuiiuii anu uamasK siair enrneung, lurKey anu
Brussels Runs, Oilcloths for tables and stoves, rush
matting, printed floor cloths, &c. by
IV. LOVELY, & CO.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEATHER. The subscriber
having taken the storo formerly occupied by
Messrs. Hishop cf- Whipple, is now opening a general
assortment of Boots, Shoes and Leather, which have
all been bought for cash and will be sold for the same
the lowest prices, and as the'articlcs are too numer
ous to mention in an advertisement, although Mr Sta
cy iius eiuargcu ins paper, i wouiu simply invue an io
call and examine the goods and prices before purchas-
Islington, July 1, 1840. HENRY C. STIMSON,
oy k. J. Stimso, Agent.
mnn. snlrrntus. lirnnnia &.c. for sain bv
n5 IN. LUVKLV, . UU
MAYNAHD & NOYS' fine Black Writing Ink
which has stood tet for more thirty years. I
ak ju-t received and for sale by
14 Aug. 1HIU. vjuuiihiivII.
XJ Oils, Varnishes, Brushes. &c. The subscriber
is nun ivwciviug ins tan supplies 01 me noove gooos;
selected with great care, which ho will dispose of at
ine lowest market prices. KUlIlillT MOODY.
HIEW COODS. Sidney Barlow ha-received a
1 1 ceueral n-ortment of goods at old store on ,i. ' ... . f;
carl street, which will be sold cheap enough. N. B. '
Wool receive I lor goods iiiinmgion way aa.
T EMOVAIi.J. LEWIS, the Mechanical Den-
XV tist. has removed his office to his ilwcllimr nn
Pearl St.. nearly onoositn J. K. Ornv's nnrrinrm Slinn.
M iu-re iic win oc ame io auena to cans at all Hours ol
Burlington, Oct. 30, 1840.
PAPER. C. GOODRICH has fust received
from the manufacturers in Massachusetts, a full
OTTER Seal and Nutria Caps) Linx and Coney supP'y "ncri nanu-maue, royal, medium, Demy,
Mmiv. linn. ,,,,rni nMlcmr fiivn. C.tmrv nnil cap, letter, folio-nost and bi let Dancr. of various oual-
1.11.-9, aa nuit, nmin, nuu, yill, IX.C. Ote. lor sale M 1UUI1-
uiaciurcs prices. June ju.
Mud's: Hons, natural colour, Swan
Nutria Trimmings, Uiitlalo Knl.es, lor sale ly
Dec. 2, 1840.
II. W. CATLI
YMAN Ht COI.K, have received Iheir usua
extensive assortment of fall and winter goods
inritnir n crcat variety of figured saxonv. doub e
d single width. Printed Crape Merino, Mouscline
Laine. &c. Figured Alcnine. iiciiretl and nlain
fiirlish Merinos. Gro dc Naples and French do.
worsted unniietecns. Alpacca uiotn, lintel Merino,
&c. beauiiful articles for ladies cloaks. Erminctte.
Salisbury Flannel, figured Circassians &c. Goals
uuu iiiiiiaiitui yHiiiicis. urin-iicnn, i crsinu i-iuui
llsavy double milled Broad Clolh. Beaver and
lot Cloths, Rich Diamond Beaver Cloth, a new ar-
le for Gentlemen over Coats. A laree number of
heavy wortcu shawls, a lew i.unins iiet Merino and
Cashmere do, Netting, Palatine and Edenboro, do.
Kicn unauy, moiisetinc dc LAine and Uhcnca lldUl-.
biLrib. Heavy uanton, urouc aple and other
iks, ricn iiRiircti uiuc uiacK. urown and oilier colors.
Gloves and Hosiery.
uuMtsnu uuuus. uotton sheeting, shirting,
ucKing, wadding ami cotton yarn, superior lrih Linen,
TAILORS TIUMINGS.-Sewiug Silk, Twi-t am
o.l 1.I.I:.. r c.i.J.:... Lim t
Brown 'and Block Linen. Plaul Worsted Facinc. Wors
ted surge, oi'k do., hiik uinding, silk Cords, wors-
ii iiiiKiimr ccc. an:
VESTING. Woo'en Velvet, Silk Velvet, Valentia.
ilk Salin (See. Silk Velvet for trimmincs a-.sort.eil
olors. Roslyn checks for childrens wear.
CR I.S. T.nirPnliin lrllcr Scnls! nlnin do. do. mot-
LJ rn liitir Simla. I'AKnnonsi at IIrinemaid. IJ""iS BIlIi,!9. I lie SII iscn her hne now
J- on nand a general assortment ol HOOTS and
'"PEN cases Prints,
X and for sale 1
"ts, 1 case col'd Cambrics, just ree'd SHOES, of the mo.t fashionable style, and thorougli
by ILAS, LOOMlb & Co. workmaiithip, which he oilers very low for CASH.
I V t V k V
UNCOLORED BOAS, otter, seal and cloth caps, ff. n. All kinds of measure work done n't short no
muffs, collars, capes, down, angola and fur trim- nre. Burlington, Church-st May 28, 1840.
tnniirq. silk nnil mnlinir frinirrs. fur Mnvc. rhpnn. hv I
r. iaivki.v as. uu. i i ' uuuo. i ue suoscriDcrs nave rec u anu are now
v- openincaverv larce assortment of Wo enc nt lis
of ever VVftrintV. rirh nlnin lifTllrnrl nnrl rlifinnnqLla
arnn's le-t IVecdles Silver 1 hunhles and Sihta. Mnnaclini. do T.n nnc Jin, rUii,. fri:;.
lots of new Gootls, opening at t he Varieiy Store. Shawls, Hdkfs., Ribbons, &c. We will only say that
EIUJENA CREAM for shaving, clarihed Ros
PANGBORN & BR'INSMAID,
1T7INI)SOIt IUFI.ES. for
VV store. PANGBORN & HRINSMAID,
wo have a larger assortment of goods of every variety
ale at the variety 2. . JL .ViS Br Pl UCIorc:
Oct. 29, 1840.
N. LOVELY & Co,
WRAPPING PAPER. 200 rean
just ree'd Nov. 20. by C.
T3ROAD CLOTHS, Beaver and Pilot coths, cassi-
WRAPPING PAPKR. lOO Ream. Wrappim.' YYH
Paper, and a largesppply (ifwrilimr, I o:li Cap I ."Cn
m.l Utter, for sale by I). A. BRAMAN. X
KMiOUR.-Troy, Ohio and Mi hi-, in. cn ,n,.t!
I receivim: by J. & .1. II. i'rxK & t i. '
meres, colored and white. FlnnncU. n full assort
menl, very cheap for casli by N. LOVELY .t CO
sin; sot "is: ON.
I oxo. Cana lu Iron,
50 bun be. R. (. I i:t i.i d. . m-i ree'd and fur
U-t. 1U. -alcl.v Mi.as, I.01.MIH& Co,
(lf bush. Seed Rye, free from all other seciN, for
w Pcarl-st. Sept. IB. sale by C. HENNS.
QIUTRS, Riding whip..
O Store. June II.
and Canc, at I he Vaneiy
1 ANGDOltM DnlNSMAID.
DIAMOND CEMENT, fur mending Glass, China qTa
anilEartheru Ware .old at llu: Variety "-lore. 0J l;ci
prs. Ladies col'd. and black French Slips,
0J 20 do do. Gaiter Boots,
20 do Misxea col'd Slips,
50 do Gent's Pumps,
2 cases Men's seal Boots.
Burlington, July 14. H. C. STIMSON.
PaNODOK & BnlNSMAID.
CZlf ns. French. American. Satin and common
uUU House Paper, some very rich patterns, for 2000 lis. Leaf do,
sale by N. LOVELY & Co.
S- pliiK I nl acco.
40 boxes Ciivendi-h do
CO packages sheep do
do. Iy J. fc J. H. PECK & Co.
Ct CASES Ennlis h Merinoes. 1 case French and
& German Merinos, 1 case fig'd Bombazines, just I
ec a and lor sale tiy vii.as, luu.uis (v-uo.
MACKEREL, on consignment, in half barrels just
received and for sale by J. cfc J. II. PECK & Co
bbl. American Linseed Oil.
10 Tierces fall sperm do
5 do winter do do
35 bbls. refined do do J.dt. J' II, Pick & Co
"COTTON Wrapping Twine, agood article just ree'd
sent. zi. . by in. LUViii.Y ecco.
FLOUR. A few Bbls. of Family Flour, of superior
!:. .. : '.1 1 r.. 1 trnr tnnc? I
June7. J. t J. II. PECK & Co.
WOOL TWINE for
ale at HOWARD'S.
1 1 ib. si !sr .'alt
3000 do steam do
1500 do fine do
1000 do Turks I.land do
1000 bbls. fine do
100 do dairy do
250 do coar.-e do
200 sacks dairy do by J. & J. II. PECK & Co
POTASH KETTLES constantly on hand by
m. June I'J
J. & J. If. PECK & Co.
pONGRESS WATER, just received
supply olL.onirres wa'.er, and lor nie
pORS BHOOMS & PA I L. 100 doz. corn brooms
v 50iloz. patent Tails,
June 19. J. &J. II. P r.CK Sc Co.
QAnn Nails, HratU it Amcrlcam Iron.
S5VAAJ keg., Nails from 31 lo GOd
250 uo uradslroin 6a to20a
Horse shoe Iron
Scroll and Haute do all sizes
Band Iron from 11 to 4J inch
Round do do til do
Square5 6 to 3 do J. & II. Picx &, Co.
TVTOTICE The scbscribers havinc formed
ll partnership under the name and firm of Starr &
Dow, in the Tin, Sheet Iron and Stove business, would
respectfully inform the puhlictnat they Keep constant
ly on hand n complete assortment in the above line.
They have now on hand a variety of Parlour, Box
and Cooking Stoves, trimings &c, which they will
dispose of nl the very lowest prices in market. All
orders will be executed on short notice and in the best
style of workmanship.
' J. J. STARR,
Church st., opposite the jail. )
Burlington, Oct 30, 1840. S
rTMirc Burlincton BREWERY has
JL nowcommcnced btisincss, and
will have new Beer in a few days,
. when all orders will be punctually
I attended to.
Burlington, Sept. 1810. GEO. PETERSON.
t?( BOSTON N. E. HUM,
tU Hhds. Gardiner Brewers, by
June 19. J. & J. II. PECK & Co.
Q(T BOSTON Academys and Harmonists, for
W sale at the DooK store. U. A. uhaaiain.
OHAWLS. A large assortment, comprising nearly
KJ every variety ot quality and style, tor sate uy
nl2 H. W. CATLIN & CO.
"I ROCKERY, Glass and China wares largo and
V- small looking glasses, a good assortment, by
n5 N. LOVELY & CO.
f KW PAITS1IOI..SI'AULDINO&MILLS
ll have opened a new Paint Shop on Church-st.
two doors south of II. Lane'. Store, where ihey will
do all kind, of HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN and CARRIAGE
i'AINTING, in thelt possible manner and on terms
to suit iho-c who may favour them wiih their patron
age. ICPPaints, Oil, Varnish and Putty, con.tautly
on handind for sale. R.O. SPAULDING.
Burlington, April 9, 1810. C B. MILLS.
Just received 15, 20
ami 217 by Oca.cments of
sash, a first rale article at 31
and 3J cents per light i also
all kinds andize, furnished
to order. Tieondcroaa blank
lead, a fir-t rale article, for
sa e very ow. loseiner wj.i.
a great variety of other nrlj.
cles as cheap as can be lound at any other ctabli ,
ment in the place. Geo. Petkixso
NEW DRUG ESTAIHiISHMENT.--At
the sign of the MORTAR one door east of J. f
J. II. Peek if- Co. Tho subscribers have opened on
Apothecary Store, nnd intend to confine themselves
strictly to that business. They no w offer to the public
a general assortment of genuine Mcdccincs, including
all now Chemicals, and ttio siarmaru raiciii wmwi
constant attendance, win do given, aim (mim-woi u.
tcntion paid to prescriptions.
Burlington, Aug. 20. THEO. A. PECK & Co.
fitWaLE. DOUBLE. UMBILICAL.
' chests vounir HvsonTea.
r .1- II.. 1 .1..
u no i.ysunshlll, uu.
20 bags pepper,
20 do Pimento,
40 do Collce
50 boxes Pipen
100 do Bar Soap
200 do Raisins
50 kegs do
40 do Pure ginger
400 Mats Cassia
St. Croix Rum, Holland Gin, Signettc Brandy. Bal
tiiuore uin, American uranuy, unampaigne. Urown
ml Pnl .l,rrir Mi,,.if. nn.l ,'ll.. f..l..,.. Mm
ni.l)TIIS nnil Pitoiinrrpa Tlii nlt.'nlinn of nnr. I . :n J .i nt.i tt, .'.
chasers is specially invited to the assortment of June 7. " J. or. J?H. PECK &Co.
ciuuis, cassuncrcs, ana vesungs oi i
nii ii. vv. UAiLirs vV. uu. Illll if in niurra,
l vr vr i,i,is. uam Wood
200 do Log Wood St. Domingo
250 do Log Wood Canpeachy
'250 do Fnsliu
200 do Nicaragua ,,
40 do Alum
25 do Bine Vitriol
30 do Madder
50 carboy Oil Vitriol
Muriatic Acid, Ao.ua. Forlis, Nitric. Acid. Cn renin
liar wood, I'eacn wood, yuer uuron liark, Spani:
loiant anu iiengai inuigo, i.ac. inc, Jutt ualls, pre
atH'rs, Jacks, I enter Hooks, t "ream Tartar and Agal
june iv. ny j. oc j, ii. rr.uiv &. uo,
10 bales for salo by the bale
1I1CK.UK. & CATLIN.
BARNES new Geograpln, on the Classification
system : a very useful work for schools, just ree'd
ami ior sale at t lie lioou store jeia u aukajiah
OA Bales brown sheetings and shirtings. 8 do.
Ov7 York, power loom, nnd Dorchester Ticks, for
sale by (sJU) vilas, luuaiis ai w.
finiK ni.iiiir.il, lor snic. eu.uuu leei a in 'ii p
jl manx inch hoard, ll men nonring, ami shsii ii
" i i i Lmini'rc x. r l
stuiT, clear and common apply to STRONGS & Co.
SUGAR. II Ilhds. B. Sugar for sale by
Sept. 25, 1840. H. WHEELER.
CHEAPER and better for Ready Pay. Tho sub
scriber would inform his customers and thr null
T1.?.."!.?!! ,0ir;M.?l!fCrn,f damaged otm wllinrpiT o cheap, yhis nresem
in. i.i-iii y iiuiiiouii) ut iuiu A...U.V..., i mfntr , nrinrln.illv inflrtp fr.'fth nnH
.1 llnb nri -n ,1. -..u mill U1U
sale at the Book Store, nrico 20 CtS.
Burlinaton. Sent. 23, 1840. D. A. BRAMAN.
cloths being bought at low prices can ho sold cheap,
I All kinds of clotlunir madu nn tbn Blw,n. ,,:'.
1 HARWELL'S SHOES, a full assorimcnt just Cutting dono as usual. All kinds of clothes cleaned
ree'd and for sale by H. W. CATLIN & L-o of paint, grease, &c, and dressed, pressed and repaired
40 casks, by in inc. neatest manner and brought as near as possiblo
nnu 19, J, & J. I'LUK ci Lo, ' iiivii uiiKuiui uwiuiy, uuu warran cu without Uam
"t". . u iiu"iiui nu numiiij uiiiu new rears
ROWN GlASS. Reillord, Snranae and Clinton running all day after Trimmings Ac.,) Top Coats,
crown by J. & J. H. PECK & Co. Cloakes, Dress and Frock Coats, Pantaloons, Waist-
JBI0. t-uBw, oiii -awnnD, uy viomes, Manncii and
U 40M for sale at publishers prices, by . M StfLll Rf! l?ksJ.&c- A'M k'nds
Sep. 30. V1LAO, Luvjwio , w, tV. "m
1 i Vi !ox('s Tm I,lat0'
I I It I .ml American f
Wre copper and brass wta Vfor sal
Travellinc Bans. Trunks. Furniture and .11 ml,.
30 bundles English tides common and uncommon. Clothrs or produce
and American Sheet Iron, bu uo. uo. uo. taken for pay.
rcari at., sept. 10, ibiu.
1 K HhdB. Now Orleans Sugar, on consignment,
JUST rcc'il a supply of Marsh's celebrated Trusses,
BLA K8.UlTH...The mbscriler having
centlv moved from Albany, and commpniwi
Hlacknnitliliiinncfs.111 all its forms, in ihn n.., .h
T7AREWEL1H uaiter ooib, na wonM rCspecif,iy invite the inhabilnnls of Biirlinslui
X' slips, n Hill ossorimciH V ,,,w'"," nnd vicinity to give him a call, as he is fully prepared
her shoes i piam uo. u mm ....., v; v- p,-," louoau itinu.oi won; in his line, on Hie shorte.t no
buck Ldovesnnd inittens. . MW lice, 1jci manner, and oi. favorable terms. Ho ha
!:. . i.in n I nrintcd muslin do laines, all wool, now iiau, and mo genrai iniormaiion ho has derived both
J. Ii. I. ' N. LOVELY & CU. irom ineory anu pracucc. ne lecls fully confident in
opening"- commending himteuio ine piihiic. Ho will be pre-
aredat alll mestogiye his personal nllenlinn loall
DISEASES OF THE LUNGSDrcidedl)
the innsl nnptil.ir remedy ever known in America
Vegetable Pulmonary Bnltam is the mom valuable
medt now in use fur coughs, colds, asilima orimlln
coniiimpiion. whooping cough and pulmonary ffrciiuiis
I every kind. Ill sale is slentlily mcreaaine. and llir
proprietors are ronsianlly tecciviitB 1 lie mutt favorable
account of in effects. The fullowtni new certificates
are ottered lor pulilic exnmuialion.
AN Interesting Cask Extract ofa letter from
Mr I' S Clay, Kingston, Ulster co,, N. Y. to I lie
proprietors. "Yours of Ihe 9ih mil. whs duly lec d.
rem irkalile cure win ellecied hy Hie Veiraiiitila I'ul.
tnanary Balnam in the winter mid spring of 1835. The
person, Mr. Moodt, bad been sick a long lime wiih
hip cniKumiuion. His physicians had etven him mi
lie una reduced so low as to be unable in help him-elf.
was raising a lnrge (11 1 1 11 1 1 1 v 01 uloou when be
CDiniiiPnccd using llu- ISalsam, winch lias Pllfcteil a
iiuipicie rnie, and he is now as hale and hearty as
ci hp uiis Mr. Muodv lias lemovrd fioin this town,
11 lie Ii iirriiii.pd ine a inure delatlrd uccoiim of bis
sc, Inch I will Toi w.ird vnu. Co CLAY.
K illusion, N. Y. June 25. 1838.
Exirurt of a leiler fniiii Dr Jacob Mvert The
rgsMhle I'uliminaiy Balsam lias besn sold in this
iiintv lor I wo v cars, "' inedicnip has gamed an
riiiniimn celrbrity, for it .carcely in one inslance
ilfd nl Ir.ivini! llir disiied rffeci. I am bv no means
1 l.ivor 01 1 lit many nnsiruius, most ol whirl) are im
position, upon a credulous public, bin iliat which I
now hy use lo be effectual, I rannoi help hut eivinv
pprooiiinn IliPreio. n rounierlcil iireuarHtion Im
been offrred here bv a tr.ivcllinz Aeent. of Cumiiuck
N. Y. and tlieie is another article vended here thai is
irongly suspected lo be spurious.
JACOB MYERS. M. II
Mifflinelon, Juniata eo. Penn. May 3. 1837. Finm
Ur. Samuel Morrell, 10 the rropiieinis or lite Vtce
able rulnionary lalsain. 1 am aaiisued liial llie Ve
leiable Piilinnnasrv Batjiin is valuable inedrcine
1 has been usrd in this place with complete success in
n oluiin.iie complaint ol the luni's, alleniled with n
severe conah, loss ul voice, nnd Hie raising or iniicl
ilood, vvhidi had previously resisted many approved
prescriptions. Alier using 1 lie lialsain one wrrk, 1 lie
palicnt s voice returned and he was aide 10 sneak audi
bty. This case occurred some lime since, and ibe
man is now engaged not only in active hut laborious
business. Kesiiecllully, nr.. a. aion n c LL.
Ii is now more than six vears since I was brousb
very low by an afferlion of the lungs, and mv complain!
was dcclaied 10 lie lueiirabh! by a council otihrce phi
icians. I was then restored lo as too I hrahh as I had
enjoyed for many years, by using 1 lie Vegetable Pul
mon.iry Balsam. Since my recovery I have recom
insulted the Balsam in a ereai manv casss of luni
coinplainis, and so far as 1 can bain, its use has in
variably been billowed by nuirlt benrfii, anil in many
instances 11 has ellecieu cures winch were wholly unex
prrifd. SAMUEL EVERETT,
Uuiion. Sl.irr 1 2. 1837.
For sate, wholesale and retail, by J. J. II
PECK & Co., and THEO. A. PECK tt Co., Bur
OUSSELl.'S STOMACH BITTERS, may
m used in Wineor water. These celebrated hitler
arecompo-ed purely of veire'ables of the most inno
cent yet specifio viriues. They are recommended par
ticuinriy ior re.ioring weak con. minions, ciean-inj
and strensrlhenini: the Momnch, and incrcasini; th
apielite also a prcventalive against the cholera mor
bus. ever and ague, removing nausea, vomitini!
heart burninz. weakness in the breast, pain in the
stomach and olher symptoms 01 iiamiencc and induc
tion, une box will tincture one gallon. I'ni c'Jact
Russell's Itch Oistment. This choice and sa
ointment is said to be superior 10 any now in uo. fo
Ihat (li.acreeahte and ion h.omc ucai-c, the 11 Ull
l his Ointment i so eeartatn in its operation that no
person tiouhlcd with the ahove disorder ought to I t
without il. It is a remedy for cutaneous emotions
scorbutic a'l'ections of the head, or any other break ine
out which arises Irom sharp humors in I he blood,
Price 25 els. a box.
Rus-ei.l's V'egf.tadle B11.1 lous Pills, or fami
physic, for general use, in eves of Jaundice, morb
sensibility ol the stomach and bowel, los ol appetite,
fretid breath, costiveness. Pile, nnd all diieases aris-
ine from biliary dernncements. also fur correctinc
the stale of the blood, and cleansing the system of
foul and viscid humours. Thc..e pills are a mild c-
t liar tic, producing neither pains nor griping, and are
tnereiorc a vaiuauic nnu muiy nppruveii mctiiuine,
and are oronounccd as such bylnemot riistingui-heil
physicians. Each box containing 38 Pills. Price
37 J cts. a I ox
Russell's celebrated Salt Rheum Ointment Th
is iinnncstinnnlilv I lie best and safest rcmcdv ever vi
ollered to the public for that obstinate disorder SA LT
KIICUA1. wnere oiner means nave lautxi, 11 nd suc
ceeded, and the fact that it has been sxtensivcly used
by eminent Practitioners speaks volumes in its praise.
It is equally ellicacious in an diseases 01 the skin,
scald head, ring worms, and tho most inveterate Itch,
&c. &c Numerous certificates might be obtained,
but iho prnpriior chooses that a fair trial should he tho
only evidence ofits superior eilleacy. Price 50 cents a
box. For salo by J. & J. H. Peck & Co., Theodore
A. Peck At Co., sign of the Mortar, and Robert Moody,
Burlington Dr. C. E. Miles, and tfnll & Cook, Hines
burgh 1 S. H. Barnes, Charlotte 1 L. Janes, Georgia j
U Tyler, Essex 1 Fuller & Huntington, Richmond.
Also, by tho druggists and merchants generally
throughout the state. o2.9m
It is a singular fact and one much to be regretted
that valuable medicines, as soon ns they become pop
mar, and have received the test and approval ofa
discriminating public, are sure to be counterfeited, and
thus a bad nnd spurious article is Immediately palmed
upon theunsuipeclingfurthe genuine. This lias been
notoriously the case with all popular tried and truly
valuable medionei for years pat, and will probably
continue 10 be the case for years to come.
The ba.-e and contemptible counterfeit In this way
meanly takes advantage of all the e.I'ort and adver
tising used by the proprietors ofthe genuine article,
uigei tueir medicines into use and deserved populari
ty. Il is therefore not less thednly than it contributes
totne saieiy ot every honest Individual iu the com-
TRULT all HEARTLESS INg'raTES who thus Irre-
spon-ilily trine with health nnil life.
IL'IIII'.lf.l',KOKE TAKE NOTICE..!
There fs a ncrson bv the name nfJ. It. TfOCIIE-
FORT. now engaged in selling a Pill done up in boxe
" ""u F' niiiiuiiuii ui ine ceiiuim. imsiAn
VEUEIABLK PILLS, with the omission of only one
on! on the Boxes viz. Wmr.nr. The Pill, srild bv
Ibis Rocheforl are evidently intended as a fraud anil
imposition upon the community, or they would not
have been done up in such exact imitation of the gen
lime. This ner..on is tall blusterinc will, 11 im-at the
atrieal swagger. He was recently known as a very
mor piuycr in iiniiiinure, uiiuer me musical cognomen
1 Jim urown, anu is about iwcniy live years 01 age1
lis almost beyond a doubt that finis sunnlinl with
the Pills Irom a Druggist firm in this city, who have
ncreioiore men notoriously connected with counter
feil medicines. As soon ns nroof is obtained 1 he toon
tain head of this nefarious business will be exposed,
that the community may shun them as they would a
IN THE MEAN TIME THE PUBLIC ARE CAU
eainst bnyinir WRIGHT'S Indian Vegetable Pills
01 anyone who does not exhibit a ccrti hcateof airen
cy signed by the agent for the New England State
uiu '.-nriiiK uaiu since January ioiu. a so ta ue nnr
icular notice that the following wording i on tint box
es Wright's Indian esetalilcPill. find. Puriralivc)
of the North American College of Health.
I he Indian vegetable I'llte are a certain cure fur
itease in its every variety or form, brcaiiss ihev Ibu
qiieIiIv cleanse the stomach and bowels, indnrea mo-
per discharge hy ibe lungs, skin and kidnev, and sii
mutate the blood 10 pin ifv itself. In oilier winds ilo-v
pen all ibe natural drains, nnd leave KAlour. (Ar
Grand Phyeitian) free to drive disease ft run I lie
body. I he above outlets, or diains. are I lie common
sewers ofthe liodv, tliiough which all moibidiind cor
rupt humors (the causa ol disense) arc rariied u(f; unci
so long as I Ley are all krpl open, and disrlnirKP freely
nclr aiiolled porliuns ol Impiirny, the body will eon.
sine inhealili : but when from caiine inuiiouei fund.
breaihing inipurc air, sudden Iran.iiiuns from beat 111
cold, over exhaustion ur any other rpuse, the buurls
become cost ive, 1 lie pores l die skin heroine clnsrd,
or ibekidneyi fail In perform iheii fuiiciions pinprily.
1 1 1 e impurities which should be drained limn Ibe body
by llirse outlets, will be retained, and continue in ae.
cumulate until t lie body becomes literally loaded wiih
disase. Ifihe channels of our mighty rivers should
become blocked up, would not ihe accumulated warns
od new ouiti-ls, or llie country become inundaird I
usl so with ihe human body : if t he natural drains be
come closed, llie stagnant and corrupt humors will find
vent 111 Ihe various loims ol disease such as revrr,
Small Pox, Measles, Rheumatism, Gout, Apoplexy,
&c. or Death will end our luffeiings. Theirfuie,
when sickness ai ihe stnmacli, pains in ibe lurk ami
ide, quirk pulse, burning skin, or any other tinplea.
am symptoms, indicate ihat one or more of the 11 .
urai drains tire not discharging lieely, and ihe run li
nt ion is about 10 commence a struggle lor ihe restura-
lon ol health, no time should lie toil 111 adminis'ering
few brisk dusei of ihe Indian PuiEaiive (Indian Ve
getablt Pills.) By so doing, all ilia lunciioiu of the
Dody will Ue restoiea 10 order, mil the luiil Humors
(ihe cause of every inflamalion ur pain we sufTer) will
be removed in so easy and a 1 tint I a manner, that tbn
body will he resloird as if by a charm. The above
nils muf in mhcii i all limes nnu miner all or.
cunisiances, wiih pel feci safety. I hey run all com
paimi and all ages, and are lo llie human cnnsliiui ion
as lend : con'rquenily 1 lie can ntnrrinjuif even ihe
must delicate. Like our food, ihey are digestible;
ibeiefure ihey enter into lie circulation nnd iinpaii nn
eiiprsytollie blood, vviiirh enables it to flow wiih fiee
dom quite in llie exliemiiies and consequrnlly to krep
ihe pores ol itie skin open. I hey are true andppili ri
purifiers of the hi nod : hi cause ihey drain all enrruni
humors fioin lhai life giving fluid. I'hey imparl
slrengih nnd rigoi 10 llir whale system, and Iheir el
feels are always beurficlnt : because lliey only minus
hose humors which arc opposed 10 health. I hey aid
and improve digestion, and sound sleep follows iheir
use: because ihey cleanse Ibe siomsrh and bowels ol
nose slimy Humours which noi only nriiaie niiiirxciir
he nervous system, but paralyse and weakni t lie di
gesliveorgaus. In shun they possess all ihey good
properties Ihat can be claimed lor any medicine : and
what hit very remarkable, it is utterly impoivib'e iu
life llirm without brnehl.
Price 25 cents per Box. with full direction". Office
and General Depot for the New England States, No.
lys 1 remontMreet, near vjouri street, uo.ion.
The reciilarannointeJ Aircnts can receive their sun
nlie. ofthe above noimlar Pill., as heretofore, from
the only office and general depot for the New England
States, '198 Tremont street, Bo-ton. Pedlars or trav
elling agents are not allowedtostll llie genuine indian
vegetable fill4, literature never purchase irom tnem,
for ff you do you will be sure to obtain a dangerous
ami counterfeit article. sll
Theo. A. Peck &. Co. Accnts in Bnrltnctnn. for the
saleot the Indian vegetable l"ill. alo, w. 11. mullet,
Williston, t. and A. urinsinhid, iiurlmgton.
LOOK AT THIS. HAVE YCU A COUGH t--H. PHINNEY'S FAMILY PILLS.for remo
T 0,0 00 die or consumption every year in M.J ving syinptom- of irri'ntion nri-ing from foul
the United States, and millions sutler feom troublesome
cougns and cotds, that can ha curud by ur. ai. iiulii
cock's Vegetable Virgin Cream Cough Drops, a safe
meuicai prescription, containg no poisonous urugs, ami
used in an extensive practice for several year will
most positively allbrd relief, and save you from that
nwful diteace, pulmonary consumption, which usually
vweceps intotne grave hiinnrctl. el llie young, the 010.
the fair, the lovely and the gay. Have you a cough 1
Ue persuaded to purchase a Lottie ol the Cough Drops
to-day I To-morrow may be too late. Have you a
cought Dr.IIitcccok's Vegetable Virgin Cream Cough
Crops is the only remedy you should take to cure you.
For this plaig reason. That in nooneofthe thaiisnnd
eases where it has been used has it railed lo relieve
Price 75ccnti per bottle. For sale, wholesale and Re
tail, by A. HITCHCOCK 6i CO. No. 117 Oene.-ce
st., Utica, N. Y. And by their agents throughout the
United Stales. In Burlington, by J. & J. II. Peck &
Co., Theo. A. Peck & Co. In Vcreennes, by J. H.
Bowman. In Milton, by Burnet & Sawyer. In Geor
gia, by Lorenzo Janes. au.2
A CELEBRATED remedy for complaints arising
from a diseased state of the LIVER and its Secre
tions j the following are a few of iti symptoms,
weakness of the stomach. Indigestion, loss of appetite
lovvness of Spirits nnd Headache; it will lie found a
sure remedy for Eruptions on ihe Face. In conse
quence of tneir la?ing many nostrums circulating in
this part ofthe counlry, the siibscrils'rs are authorized
to warrant its benelicial cllects. This article Is just
received, and ollered 10 the public ns one well worth
the attention of those who are afflicted by complaints
from the above disease; it being from an eminent
physician we feel confident in thiis recommending il.
Oct. 6.1810. THEO. A. PECK 6t Co.,
Sign of 1 lie Mortar, one door cast of J & J II Peck it Co
HIIEKMAN'S WOltM LOZ r KG EH.
CHILDREN or adults can take medicine in thi
J form without difficulty. It is the only way to
make it pleasant, ine.-e i.czenires are tne creat
es! discovery ever made, for dispelling Ihe va
nou kinds 01 worms mat so irenocnny ami distress
singly annoy both children and adults. They are an
infallible re nedy, and so pleasant to the taste that
children will lake inem n readily as a common pep
tiermmt ozenze. Many uisca,e arise Irom worm..
without its I eing suspected. Sometimes a very trouble
some conch, nains in inejoints or limns, bieedim; at
the nose. &e. are occasioned l v worms, and can be
easily cured by this celebrated medicine. The follow
ing symptoms inuicaic me presence 01 worms, vn ;
neauacne, vertigo, torpor, uisinrieu uream, sice
broken oil" bv fricht and screaminc. convulsions, fe.
vcriihness, thirst, pallid hue, bad taste in the month.
otlensive breath, cough, dillicult breathing, Itchm:
at the no-e. pain, in the stomach, nausea, snueamislv
ncss. voracity, leanness, tendinis, itchimr at the ami
towards night, and at length, dejections nnd films and
miicu. One is a uoe lor a child two years old tw
for one four years old hree fiireiehl years, and fiv
for an adult, and should he repeated every morning, or
every other morning until relieved.
ICP Sold at the Variety store bv PANGBORN A;
BRINSMAID, Jenellen, B.trltngtnn, Vi. wholesale
Agents. A liberal discount to merchants who buy to
TASFS whito and col'd Spool Thread, 1 do Pins, pared at all 1 lines 10 give his personal nttention loall
Vm. white and assorted Thread, BC0 gross gilt kinds of work in hi linesuch as Ironing Waggons
.nrl fanrV Horn Jluttons, 20 do Fancy Soaps, just and Sleighs, Shipwork, iu-. All kinds of edge tools
Sent 24 X ree'd Pand "or alo by Vilas, I.oom.b & Co. made in .ho best manner and most approved style. He
hept. i. rec a aim iui ,l . RIVing business his und v iiUI .ii.-mlnn
,mu ntter seal and nutria caps 1 lynx and coney and the low prices at which he will becnabltl to fur
miViT.i Wat BMiirrel, natural collars; awan, nith work, to receive a share of the nublin patronage, price reduced to 371 ct.
, nnd nutK . ..... JOHN SORAOEN. ent article tor lh nu
:y. and nuiw tiimminbo , qjuuS CO. ' Ba;lincl 1", J0. ' :o!3 at the Va;;ety Ucr.
BALSOM OF LIVERWORT for Consumption
Dyspepsia, Asthma, and all diseases ofthe Lungs
and Liver. These di'scacg prevail to a great extent,
creating much dislressnndsoine fatality. Allthe.-ecmi
bo remedied by the use of Dr. Taylor's Babom of
Liverwort. This medicine is purely Vcgitable, and
from its peculiar action upon the Liver is always found
a radical remedy fori heau diseases. For Females and
men in a very weak Mate, no medicinu can be so
grateful a retoralive, as it not only strengthens, but
nonfies nnd cives a healthy action to ihe whole sys
tem. Constantly lor sale by N. LOVELY & Co. who
have pisl received a ireso supply 01 seasonable uoous
from New rorK, on verveneap ior casu.
iiuriinitton, nuy au, itwu.
a. Bl.I-asiNO in Mothers
SvniD for children cuttine teeth. The timely
use of this article will save children much pain, often
Feverand tho patniul operation 01 lancing tne mini,
cts. umiirev's coraia an excel-
nusey 13, cts., both tho.-eaiic'et
SHBRMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLASTBR,
N LY 12i cents each. Each nlas'cr has nnnt
vj 011 the back of it, "Sherman's Poor man'. ilaicr,
It is the best strentslheninsr plaster in the world, and
sovereign remedy b r pain or weakness in Ihe back
loins, side, brea.t. neck, limbs, joints, rheumatism
lumbago, &o.&e. One million a year will not supply
the demand. They reuuirea Utile warmins before au-
plication. Warranted superior to all others, and for
one quarter the usual price, making not only the best
hut the cneanesi master in tne worm. 11 a'torus relit
in a few hours, and makes astonishing cures. In liver
complaint and dyspepsia, it should be worn over the
region unncivcr r pivhuvii, aim u win anuni greai
anu asionisnin reuci. in cuugn,cums, ninma,aim.
cully of breathing, oppression of the chest or stomach,
ihev win immediate v soo n. ana irei v benefit ihi
patient. Persons ol sedentary habits, or lhoe obliged
to stand much, will receive decided support from one
dfihcetrii v. sirens hemnc piasters, f hvsicians rren.
erallv recommend them, in preference to all others. 1 c
cause Ihey slicic or a.incrc tetter and a lord greater
reliel, in tneir operation tney are siimniant. ionic,
aiul anodyne. They are composed ofcntirely diXerent
ibgrciicntsirom any oiner; ami Known irom the ex
ni-ncnce nt mi lions, wnn nave usOvl them, ns ut!
the united testimony, of all the eelebrn'od and ihsi
ci.hol c erirv and Physicians, to re iho mot n. en
auJ highly nieJieated plaster, ever invente.1 or ollered
toltiepub'ic. acverai persons navccallnl at the war
house to express their surprise and thanks at 1I1
almot miraculous cure Ihcse blasters have n r..
One man who had been o afliicied wiih rlienman.m
an to Im unable lo dress him. i ll" tuitsinni
was enabled after wearing one, only one night to ge!
iip.iuii.ii.niy MiU,ii,nsiiiii uii ins ciiimcs anil call
at our office with eyes U'aming with joy and his tongue
pouring forth Iho gladne of his heart, at tho sudden
anu signal reiiei ne nan received irom this l.esl nl all
remedies. Ask for Dr. Sherman's Poor M.n Pl..ir
It is so called, bocaust; the price places it in the power
Ol an 10 nun-ussc, peine uniy is cts. ftCil M tha v
rietv store bv PANGBORN it, BRLNRM ilk
Jatnallen, Bf!itCT,Vt. rhe!e:i!e ayer.te. A lit
p.i CjKCJUt P aw,rr.-var vfio ruy to tt.I a,n
HUMORS! t Notwithstanding the ptil.licjour
nalt of thuday,urc already crowded with noti
ces of Medicines, in which the public have very liltle
confidence, I have concluded to say to thoie afflicted
with Salt Rhejm, St. Anthony'i fire, (or Erysipelas,)
Scald-Head. Luprosv. or any other cutaneous crunlion
also ha.it 1 een found a remedy for Sick-Headache
which arises irom nuinors in tne stomn.cn. j 1 nat 1
have found a satennd ellectual remedy by an internal
application, wilhoit altering the diet or habits (il
temperate) and without injuring the constitution
or eyesight. 1 have I een most seriouly afflicted with
a complaint called lpro-y, lor fourteen years, while
the ablest l'liysivian could give me but little encour-
npemcut or relief, calling it an inciiralilt-discase. Aficr
many ycar experimenting on myself, at the hazard
my lile, 1 have, by the iilm.ing 01 ood made this
.covcry. and am now ruady fully to con vim e my fcl-
ow siilierers of the fact in my own person, and a-sist
hem to a iil.c remedy, lor a rcasoiial'lecotnpensation.
i'ci I nin not insens'il leof the dilliciilty to call mil. lie
attention, so ofen deceived, 10 a new Compound. But
from its lenclicial eltccts upon my my.elf, and
pon others also who given a a trial, I am in-
iced .o otter it to the public, with lull directions lor
ing, signed v-harics Jones, in my own handwriting
le eennine. and fur their accomodation it will be
ft with most of the principal DruggNts in the Lni-
tcd Slates as soon as convenient, wiih a few certi
ficates ol its sfhcaov, such as may follow this no.
lice, also, mav iciuunu wnn 11, a saic, easy anu in
fallible (internal) remedy for the Pilc, prepared by a
skillful hand of the medical faculty.is called Piles Itor
morhoids, which if lived will surely recommend itself.
"i"All communications respecting ihe.. Medicines
must l postage paid, to receive attention.
Claremont, N. II. Sept. 26, 1810. Charles Jomei.
Ttthe Public I hereby certify that ray wife has
cn sevemlv atlhctcJ for the la.t two vears with a
scrofulas humor the Sallrheume, or something of that
nature) having applied 10 several rnysicians and tries 1
.linon evisry ining wnico is recuniii rnuru mr sovn
omplaints, but to no purpose. At last hvarinaot a
medicine prepared by Mr. Charles Jones, of thi
town, she reolved to try if, and iu six weeks afier she
M-gan to ii'C it, was completely curt.i. 1 would,
herefore. recommend this medicine to all who are af
flicted with scrofulas humors, such as hare been pro
nounced bv nearly all Physicians incuralle. and am
conhdenttliat they will find immediate relict.
Claremont, Aug. 4, 1810. Wm. Roibiter.
A Card. The iindersiened takes this method to say
to those whe are afflicted with humors of any kind,
that he has leen most seriously afflicted for ten or
twelve year with a cutaneous complaint called Salt-
neiimeor Lproy wmcn naevericeu pronounceu
neural le. And knowing that the same was heredii-
ry in our family 1 had dc-pautsd of ever finding relief,
.ivinir fnih.l in all mv nttemnts lo cure, until la.t
urine I learned that mv brother Charles.who bad I een
for fourteen vears in the same situation had found a
safe and ellec'tnal remedy, without nl'ering Ihe diet or
habits, (or which I applied, and va lurnished with a
phial of drop., and I can now say that af.er using one
half my humor was completely eradicated without in
juring my health, and 1 have no doubt but others may
lind. the same in this powerful medicine, as 1 under-
tamt someaireanv nave, ne nasuccuneu makincu
rervmillieat nre-ent. vet I think others may abofind
11 i.y applying ai nis resilience ui ,ii nui-muni iui
the present. R" Jones.
Claremont, August 1, 1840.
A Card The iindersiened feels a diffidence in ihus
ofTcrimr his testimony in favor of a "new Mclecine,"
prepared by hiown Father, and cannot hope for the
connuence which wu-im i ppuuu uuu iiiw o.-ciu
more disinterested. lJirt he begs leave to say, thai
for six years he had I een troulled with a humor so
m,.i,'tni cnllcd lenrosv. which had of late lecomea
serious affliction; and knowing that his Father and
other had in vain tried every prol.a' le remedy, he had
nnt ihn mosi distant expectation of ever finding a
cure. Being induceil to try a phial of his Falher's med-
ecine, ne na inuvcu iuuuuh ui smr.
speedy, amine leneves e iivinai cure. 11 u ucra snau
e IlldUCCU ny tills to nu llinmrivci ui n luaiii.uun.-
omplaint, hi. end will be answere.1. Ezra Jones.
stomach and bowels i Sitcn as lo.s ol annct to.
morbid cravings for food, sickness or vomittinc,
pains ur an uneasy scnsauuii ui me pit oi stomacu,
with sourness, and a costive slate ofthe bowels, llatu
lenre with fulness of ihcse parts, nnd pain on pressure,
with faintne-v, jaundice, uy-cinnry, pains in cither
side, and piles. Alleclion ofthe head, dizziness, stu
por, weakness, depression of spirit., hysteria, hypo
chondria, and 1 ften diturled sleep, sick head acho
so common with feeble, delicate person, especially
females, diarrhoea, or looseness of the bowels, nnd dy
sentary, di-eaves ol ihe skin, and worms so frequent
with children, injections of the chc-t, such as coughs,
or difficulty of I reathtnir, occasioned very freqceiuly
by a disordered stale of the stomach. Monthly atiec
t ions of females, when checked by general debility wit h
loss ofappetile, intended with cold feet, etc., ague nnd
fever, inl'ucnzn, rheumatic ntlections of the joints,
scrufii'a, ticdoloroux, or painlul all'nctions of ihe nerves
of the face, neck and shoulders. 1 have found them
useful in removing chroma catarrh, if pcrrevered iu
f'orsdinc time, in smaller do.es. They ore accommo
dated to all age-, (children of u ycar'old may safely
nc tliein,) nnd to any climate, and under nil cirenm
slnnccs. I hey contain no mercury nor oilier mineral,
They are purely vegetal le. Dose. Two lo lour may
I e taken nl n tune, and repeated every other night,
until the tongue is clean, and the discharge from ihu
I ovvels, in Mead of 1 eing buhl colored or dark and of
fensive, 1 ccoiiics free and full and healthy, with a r
CERTIFICATES. The understand hns had the
pleasure ol an acciunintnncc with Dr S. Phinncy ft
some years pat, during hit residence in this villas..,
where he hits attained a high character as a physician
He ha. hnda,n opportunity also in repeated instances,
ut testing the value of the ''Family Pills," and from his
own experience of iheir efficacy, as well as from n
knowledge of their good elects in other cases, he lias
no hesitation in recommendi'mr them to I e just what
they profem toLe, a very valuable Family Medicine.
THOMAS M. SMITH,
Pastor of tha Presbyterian church, Catskill N.Y.
I feel it to l.e a privilege and d it y to say, thai to tho
extent of my observation and experience, which is
very considerable d ring several years, the utility of
he art tele both for Dy.pep.y and as a mo-t efficacious
Family Medicine, far exceeded niy anticipations.
More than thirty years I have not enjoyed health, but
stillcrcd much Irom ick head-ache, and from hiiliou
a 'eetions. I have had the advice of many respectable
physician-, but never found any electiial relief from
my complainti until a 1 1 iui of lir Phiiincy's Pills had
Leen made. Samuel CiicnciilLL.
Ilarmoiisbiirg. Crawford Co,, Pa., July, IS3S.
Calskill, Greene Co., N. V., April, 1825.
To all wlum it may concern : This ceriilie.. that Dr
S. Phinncy 1'. a Phy-ician of llie first standing in this
village, having received bis medical dosrrec at Cam
bridge I'niver-ity, and is cntilloJ to the higbot re-pect
from the public.
Rev. David i'or'cr, D. D.; Rev. Joseph Prentiss, A.
M.; Thomas II. Cooke, Pietident of Catskill Bank;
Rev. Thomas M Smith; Jacob Haight: Robert Dor
Ion, Counsellor J John Adams, do; M. Wat.on, do.
If these pill, do not give satisfaction altera fair trial
they may be returned, and the money will be refudded.
Agent. are hereby authorized lo do so. Aizents. R.
Moody, Burlington ; L.Jane, Georgia; T.W Smith,
St. All an.; C. L. Drake, We.t Milton and at most of
the store, in the .talc. o30.3iu
LOTION, IjOTIUN.-s.DK. EVANS" BEAUTI
FYING LOTION. II ihly esteemed for curing
all Eruptions Coarseness, Redness and Pimple on
the Face Neck or hands, and encctually cleaning this
coinolexion, and removing all dNease. of the sknr
Noilnng contribute so iniicli to our general success)
in life, as an engaging first nppearance. This Lotion
inured a mo.i iragrant, mint, snio wan anu greai-
ly esteemed fonts virtues in cleaning, .olicniiig, and
purifying the skin of ademption, so injurious to fe-
aaie leamy, ami rcsiuring 11 iu a 010 ucgrre ui po
iiv. A beautiful comnlexion is the pride of all who
possess it, and the envy of ibo.-e who are deprived of it.
What i so a:!eclinglo a leaulifiil fcmale,in whose facej
nature has displayed her power, as to find hercomplcx
ion discoloured wiih disgifling pimples, which mar
her chaims 1 A good appearance is the best recom
mendation ; and as the Beautifying Loiion purifies tha
skin, nnd removes all Pimple", 'Blotchc, Tan, Sunburn
and Redne.s, and proJitcc. a beautiful lure, it is the only
cosmetic a lady should ti. at her toilet. Gentlemen
will all also find this a delightful remedy, to remove
all Roughness., Pimples, Ringwoim., Spots, Redness,
Soreness of the face and nose, and every kind of erup
tion on the surface of the human tody. It i particu
larly recommended to gentlemen lo I'e med after sha
ving, as it will prevent the otherwise certain effect of
all common soap, in turning the rcard premature' f
grey. For sale Whole-ole and retail bv A. HITCH.
COOK ii Co., No. 1 17 Genesee street, t'lica. In Bur
lington, by J. & J. II. Peck & Co., and Theo. A. Peck
&Co. In Vcrgcnnc-, by J. II, Bowman. In Milton,
by Burnett tt Sawyer. In Georgia, by Lrenzo
Janes aug 20
If Alll !
University of Vermont, Burling;on, Aug, 18-10.
A Card. Hearins of a Medeeine prepared by Mr.
Charles Jone-, of this town, for humors, and having
seen its beneficial ell'ccls, I applied for it for my liltle
daughter 4 years of age, much afflicted with Salt
Rheum, supposed lo be an hereditary complaint. I
can now sny that after using it six weeks my hopes
are fully realized in a cure wunmu injuring ineenuu s
health, andean now recommend it to others as a safe
and infallible remedy for such comrdaints.
Claremont, N. H. Sept. 15, 1810. Mart E. Teret.
I .rrnTv thst 1 have been intimately ac
quainted with Mr. Charles Jones, of Claremont, N. IL,
for a number of years lal past, and haTe been consul
ted by and presented for him, for a very nb.tinaie
disease of the skin, well known I v the name of Leproy
but could do no more than mitigate ineuite.ve n.r a
time. Since he has a iecled a radical cure oy means
of his Drops for Humors, I .have examined htm and
mn happy to say mat ni sKin i pcnwiiy 1 suiuwii iw
free from the disease. James Cromoie, Physician.
Franccstown, N. IL, Sept. 15, 1810.
1 v,,s .miminted with Mr. Charles Jones for
a number of year, have practiced in hi family, and
administered medicine for his disease of the skin, more
or less, for ten or twelve years, past without a radical
cure. He now appears to be perfectly cured by seme
lfon. which he nrenares. and which so far as I am
acquainted with them piomise to be ol ereat titility in
such disease.. MosEtt Conn, M. D.
Springfield, Vt. Sept. 4, lOiu.
t K...n.,sriliHt rrmnlies. and administered medi
cines for C. Jones' humor which 1 called Leprosy,
mn, nr lc.. for fourteen vears. without a complete
cure (his being an uncommon ca. r.) He now appears
to have a nnaicure irom nisuwn uin-uvcyr, amiiiu...
what! tee of its elocl upon otners aio, 1 am 01 opt
nion It may be of much benefit to the community.
I IMOTrll o. ubbJiavj,, j-.,
Clarcmbnt. Sent. 15, 1840.
It lThi mndieine make, no Tiin pretensions; nor
excites any hopes which will not le fully realized.
Come and try for yourselves, any who are nfilicled
wun disease 01 1111s nitHi 11 hmj v n.n. . ik.
store of Robert Moody. drncgist, liurlington.anu wnn
Martin Wires Esq. Cambridge t.
mMOOriE'S ESSENCE OF LIFE. A Valuable
If 1 M.vlioin.. whiVh. if rii-hilv aniilinl. will be the
mean of saving thousand, from an untimely srave.
It has len sold and med for thirty years, with great
...J. .n,i i-,v,n.i i.j. int'acin;i. in Ihe followin'.-
diseases, viz. Consumption, Whooping uouans com-
Quinsy, A"lhrns, Phthisic, Spitting of Bloo.1, Flanr
lency,' Indigc-tion, A'J' ,?," .'
tarv.' Fainting, HypochonJriac AtTcelion, Headache.,
Sickness at Stomach, Measles, a preventive of Con
tagions disease., Gout and Rho.imalisin.
ICiThealvove Mohcine isprepare.1 by Henry Scv-
monr,oi Itailiev, .-iass. irom inc viismi ir
the direction of said Moore, and sold by bimandthe
principal Druggists in ibe UniiedSiatirs.
' RnW ...v,s,i.t ..idols . bv J. ii. 3. U. Peoi Co
and f ken. A. Fwk 4: Co., Burlisgtcn, ar.d by thi nffctly
dfj'.e.-j ncrally threuhoul the. cr,jutn'. 1
IIAIH ! IIAIjUNKSSs. Iniivor-
tant Ilscovcry--tlie Great Mystery fmuitl
out at last. DR. STERRY'S HAIR REGENE
RATOR. Dr. Sterry, after much attention to tho
important subject of preserving the hair, has, after
many experiments chemical nnd physical been nblo
to discover and article which is now offered with ihe
greatest confidence for the toilet as the best thingever
3iscovercd, for, for its softening and penetrating quality
to produce a good head of hair to prevent it from
falling ofT when baldness is apprehended to restore
it when baldness nas taken place, and to prevent it
from turning gray. It ii is more nourishing than po
matum, antique oil, or Cologne water. It is a beauti
ful article for ladies curls it makes the hnir soft and
lively, and produces uncommon brilliancy. Thous
ands have tested its superior .virtues nnd excellence,
and in every instance it stands unrivalled. It is an
infallible cure, in all affections of the skin on the head
as dandruff &c. &c. Every family should be sup
plied with n bottle of this oil, that by its application
to the head and linir of children, the beautiful and or
namental appendage of a fine head of haic, which na
ture has supplied us may be preserved. From thn
numerous certificates a nd recommendations received
of its salutary influence the Doctor feels firmly per
suaded he lias succeeded m producing an article wmcn
will meet the desired wishes and approbation 01 the
diihlic. For sale wholesale and retail by A. HITCH
COCK & Co. 117 Genesee st. Utica, IS. Y. In Bur
linaton, by J. & J. H. PECK & Co. and THEO. A.
PECK vt Co. In Vcrgcnncs by J.H. Bowman. In
Milton, by Burnet ct Sawyer, m uenrgia, uy L,orcn-
THE LION OF THE DAY. NO CURE NO
PAY! The Genuine old Dutch or Ger
man Vegetable fills. Highly recommended by
Doct, Valentine Mott, M. D. of N. Y., and others.
The-e are the order-! Any one that docs not find re
lief from these pills the price 1. reiunucj I acs, these
are the ponive order-, of ihe Proprietor to agents and
others. In n'lering these pills to the public, I appeal
to their intelligence. If these pills are not what they
recommended, you are in uuiy I'ounu out 01 repcci
to yourself and community to reject them, and pnhltsh
them to the world as sin imposition, humbug and
quackery. The public may 1 e assured they are purely
vecetal le, they are composed of nine inirredints, part
of the medicine is only found in Asia and in the val
leys of Germany. For convenience the.-e extracts
are made into pills and will le found a sure cure or re
lief for all billious complaints, yellow and billions
fevers, lever and niruv, ja mdice, scarlet rash, billions
cholic dipcpsia. Arc. ll l. not prelcndisl ihat this
medicine i a cure for all diseases to which ihe human
system is liable. Ten thousand iiieles e lorls hnve
l:ccn madu to draw from the regions ol unknown fancy
sonic long-spun theory of macic art, which would
cine each and every disea c. Gol medicine is not
found in the fire or whirlwind. Health and happiness
hang upon chance wind time i- the herald of truth.
The past at lcs 1. secure; they have already abed
a monument of iheir greatne-s which wi'l dcly the
corroding loot h of tunc. None can le Genuine wuliou
a wrapper and directions on each l ux 011 which my
name I. Twriltrn at lensth. Sold wholesale an I rcla
bv ihe .ubscrilcr at Glen's falls, ly A. H. ct D. Sand
79. and 100 Fulton st. and R. M. Meigs, 35S Scu h
Maiket st. Albany. Baum &, Hawlev, 219 Sivtrit.
Troy, Genera. Agents oor
For sale ly Wm. Rhodes and E. B. Green, Rich
mond! Morion ct Clark, and D. fc D, S. l.athrop,
Williston ; Hagar & Coin-lock, Shell urn j II. Sianton,
Kt;x s Geo. B. Oal.c, nnd Alien Barney, Jirichr;
J. R. 11 irlbnt, Wesilbrd j J. II. Barnes, Charli t e; R.
Moody and Geo, IVlcr-oH, Burlnc-tcn ; and ly L
BRIG'GS, Biirlincton, Accnl for (iiiiT.iden Co., where
S i'.-Airentcan I e supplied at wnule-n't' iriccs.
OBSERVE, ihat the genuine Cough and Vvorm Lo
zenges and all other-, made I y Dr. A. Sherman,
are sold in boxes sealed up and have Ihe name of'A.
Sherman, M. D." on the Boxes, Pnrcliustrs wi II pica. ,1
remember this a the popularity of these, nrlicle-, has
induced many individuals to make an nrlice, far fnlo
nor, 10 fell, when lhe.-c articles nrecmiured for. 1 ha
pot.r Man's Plasicrs and Sherman's Lozcneers, arc
Sold at the Variety Store, pA.scof.N & Brinsmaid.
CONFECTIONARIES-Jtist received, a selected
vV:!ty- of Ctu-irt'a colobjatwJ wnfecttonatiejj--
ru, upror rea PECK 4 OO.
Sign ofthe Mortefi