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R II RAT
l'OH COUGHS. Cul,lS. AM'IIMA, AND
THE GREAT AND ONLY REMEDY for Cold,
Coughs, A-lluna, nil-1 CONSUMPTION, ithe
HUNGARIAN BALSAM Oh' LIFE, di-oovercdby
the celebrated I'r. Hiichan, of London, England, nnd
introduced into die Untie I State under the iinmedinte
Miporinendance of ilio inventor.
The extraordinary ucee. of lliis nieilu'int', in tlie
rare of Pulmonary di-ca-c, warrants (In1 American
Ascnt in soliciting fur 'icatincnt Ihe WORST POS
SIBLE CASKS lliat can lo found in ihe enmmuuity
cncg llial seek- rc'icf in vain from any of the com
mon rente Ins o( Iho il iv. and have I ecu given up hv
thenm-tili-tinum he I Phv i'ian,u CONFIRMED
AND INCURABLE. The Hungarian Balsam lias
cured an I will eirctho most desperate nf cases.
It i no quack mi-itmn, Imi a lan iard Enclish med
icine, of known and c-lnl li-hc-1 etllcacv.
Every I'nnnlv in ihe Unite I Simo should lesup
l'o J willi lliichan'i H i im-m in 11 ll.ll-n.n of Life, not
only locounteract the consumptive tendencies ol the
climate. 1 nit to I e u-cd as a preventive medicine in all
cac of Colds, Cough, Spitting of Blood, Pain in
the side and Chet, Irritation and orcnc of the
Lungs, Bron -hi'i, DiihVnlty of llrealliinif, llivliu Fe
er, Night Sweat-, Emaciation and (ieneral Debil'ty,
AmIiiii I, Influcnzi, Hooping Co igh, and Cio ip.
ICpSold, in large bottles, at SI I er bottle, with
full direction, fur the restoration of Health.
Pamphlets, com, lining n ma-sot English and Amer
ican i-rrtificn'o, anil oilier ovi lence, shouing the nn
ccpialled merits i f tins (Jre.tt EnglMi Remedy, may
le olitaini'd of the Agenl-, gratuitou-lv.
DAVII) F. BRADLEE, sole Agent lor the United
States U!l Coin I reel, H.i-ton.
AGENTS.-BUItLLVi'IO.S, PECK & SPKAR,
Apothecau'es and Druggists; Monlpelicr, Clark &
Collins i Br.illlchoro, Button X Clarkj Bellow-Fall.
N. Harris i llmland, O.ni iII & Hell i Woodstock, S.
J. Allen j nnd hy the Druggists generally. Il-ly
A Largo Assortment of various sizes of O. O.
llandea Plale, nml I. a Fayette styles, just ree'd
hv LOVELY & SEYMOUR.
Church strcr I, Burlington, )
Inly 1,1844. $ filf
HOUSE TO RENT.
Enquire of VILAS LOOMIS & Co.
Burlington, July IS, 1811. 7
A largcBItOACH ! dirk rolorrd stone, set round
with gold. It was lost either in Pearl street, or
crossing ot er hy the new lirick church to church-st.
The finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving it at
the Free Press Office. Aug. 23.
Hit VS II IIS.
A General assortment of cloth, hair, hat, tooth,
finger, tlesh, iaiu1, whittvnsh, du-i, furniture,
taVe, hearth, stove, an I window brushes, just ree'd
and for sale at low price-. STRONGS f- CO.
Aug. C, M I. 1 1
f.KAO PIP 13, &C
r TONS Lead Pipe 1 to 1J inch.
J I do Sheet Lead,
1 Ca-k Sheet Zinc
30 Baa -hoi, assorted No. hv
May 15, Ml. 50 STRUNG f-
1 (rd llu-h. Turks l-liuid Salt.
JL JJJ '5,0no hus. Coar-e Western Solar
330 lllds. Fine We-tern do.
300 Hairs (28 lh.) Riound do.
50 111 U. ground We-tern clc.
Amr. 6. Ml.
WILL sell the place where I live
ennsi-tinfr of n Ilou-e nnd Oilicu
adoinins in perfect order. Terms, one
tliuanu dollars in hand, haiancem lour
vearlv navmcnt-. if ( e-ired. To those
who arc not acnuainle 1 with the nlai it mav he well
to i-ay, il i situ iied on the south side of the Court
House Sq lare, having a large Ironi and a larse nnd
good gar ten nt'ached to it. Kj. Ai'AJio.
Jnly 29. ISil, 0
For S .re Throat,
and Hoar. ones.
For Di.irrhire, or
Looseness of thehowrl
I'or lndi'.'e.tion and
want ol Appetiti
hlierin in'-Tooih Pa-lo Piaster-, Allalwholc-
tuie aim retail i.y SJ l'i;CK a: SPKAIt.
Fare through the Lake reduced to 83,00,
THE STEAMER BURLINGTON
CAPT. B. W. SHERMAN,
Will leavn Whitehall every 4t, Johns every
TuciIjv, I -Mondnv.
THE STEAMER S ARAN AC
CAPT. O. l.ATUIUT.
Willleave Whitehall every Si. Johnsevery
Mon lay, I Tue-day,
Wednc-day, T bur-day,
Al one ii'i-luek, P. M. from each end of ihe I.ake.
The above i the arrangement lor running fur the
season, unless noliee is given lo the contrary.
The Company intend lo place the Steamer White,
hall upon the l.uicilHU-adol theSaranac. earlv in Ju
ly next. Shewdl le commanded by Capl.G. Lathrop.
iiunuigiuii, luiuay, ion. ou
A Large and general nssorunent of Hard Ware,
comprising ulnio-l every arlicle wanted in house
fini-hing and furnishing. Saddlerv, Carriage Irini
ining", te. ite. STRONGS U CO.
Aug. C, Ml. 10
THE subscriber has remo.ed his Office over
Strongs & Co's store, north of the Court Hrtuae
D. A SMAXLEY.
Burlington, .Vepl. 5, 1841. 14 If
3 CASES wood pocket Combs,
125 doz, ivory do
1000 " side do
300 " twi.t do
100 " coarse and fine do just received and lor
aleby VILAS, LOOMIS f- Co.
Aug. 6, Ml. I
2 CASE Bleached Sheeting,
1 do Col'd Cambrics, for sale by
VILAS LOOMIS Co.
Ilurlington, Aug. 22, 1844. 12
" Great's Patent Fanning mill.
I?OR sale cheaper than ever, to close a concern, by
1 13 C. L. NELSON.
Freight for Now York and
Norther" Transportation Unc Association.
REGULAR LINK OK I.AKK MOATS from New
York, Albany, and Troy, to Burlington, St. Al
hails, and other Pi rl cm Lake Champlnin.
FOR FREIGHT APPLY TO
Chartesjl. Jane, 33 Cocntle Slip, New York,
Otis Clnpp; 15 Long Wharf, Boston.
II. A. Holcotnb, 101 Pier, Albany.
I.. A. Cnrleion, r,5 River Si., Troy.
I-aac V. Itakcr, Whitehall.
J at J II reck ip Co.
j Si. Alhan.
St. Johns, Canada F.n.l.
A. It I in it ,
A D. I.add,
J. C. Pierce & Son,
A Boat will leave Hi
urliiigion and St. Allian. daily
and run in connection with a regular hint of Pack
et from New ork to Boston. Cargo will be insur
eil lo New Vork. Freight nt lowest prices.
.1. II. HOOKF.lt, )
Kl.tAS PATTri-ON, Trustees.
I. V. I1AKKR, ) "
July, 1814. 7-3m
WHIT I? I .ISA I).
Y TONS " AVie York ami Smwrrttu" white lead,
I drv and ground in oil. 'mire.' 'extra.' and 'No.
i ' ...B s-.m ' i.n n..ni:,i. ,r,i.t.. ..n..n,.i
equal nnu ueneveu in ue superior to nnv manuiac.
liireii ill mi" unucu oiuie?. oiuuiiuia Ou Kju.
LBS. Superior quality smoked Beef by
July 4. 5 STRONGS 6i Co.
Af CHOICK Nova Scotia Grind Stones
im.Hst nnnivsi suiH.mx'ri
Si 2 do Fine do
2 do Brown Drills, for sale hy
VILAS LOOMIS St Co.
Burlington, Aug. 22, 1814 12
Tin Pinto, Wire, &,c
1 AA Hose- Tin Piute, 1-3 x and extra sizes, CO
lulls, iron wire. n-oneil Nns. sheet iron.
eiicci copper, nnneii nnu hi ll rivet", Willi n general
ns-orlmcnt ol tinner's goods. STKOAOS oi CO,
Aug., in it. II
PAINTS AND OIL.
5 TONS white lead, drv nnd ground In oil, "No. 1
" F.xtra," and " Pure." Spanish while, red lead,
French yellow, Verdigris, Venelinn red, litharge, spir
its turpentine, &e. &e. Also, 500 g-. linseed oil, pnr-
JIIUUM, M4. 2 hy STKONliSoiCO.
Till', suliserilcr would inform hi friends and the
public lliat ho has jut oneneil a Store on the
corner of Ch'iieh and Bank streets, opposite the old
Hank, where he will sell (iooifs n cheap a I hey can
he hoiiahi el-cwhere, embracing a small stock ol
DRY (iOOI)S, an I n general n-sortnient of
FAMILY GROl F.RIF.S.
Please call nnd look I elorc during el-ewhere.
rLOUIland SALT, hy the barrel, or in le quan
tity. I -ball not be undersold by my neighbors.
Juno7,M4. 1 N. W. GAGE
NE IV FIRM.
Tllli s iliscribers have fonnul a) toparlncrship
under the firm of C. F. Slaniford & Co., at the
store formerly occupied by Lovely iV Seymour, u here
ihev will be nMo to show in a few davs a verv large
assiirtment of Staple and Fancy Drv Groceries, Paper
Hangings, i;rocKcry, mas. ware, or. ivc, tnai will
he worthy the inspection of the purehasing commu
nity. C, F. STAMFORD.
v. r . oti a 1 1 1 uiv.
Sept. 2, 1014. 11
MAOKFRF.L, Cod FMi, Salmon, Sniol.nl Bed by
May 15, Ml 50 STRONGS & Co
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
P& II. H. DOOLITTLE have just returned
from New Yolk, and nre now receiving a
hands, me assortment in ne nnd desirable good of
the laie-t s'.yles, miieil lo the season, which must do
sold. Those who want "heap goods will do well to
give us neall
sepl.4lll tail. HUG
r'n!.' " "?."' ","r" frsnl.-ver,f,.liei
bilk and Cotton warn Aloaccas. Lunetlas.
Cashmeres, Iioumelin", Semendrians, and Mous. de
Liaines, jus, receiveu Irom Jicw York.
Sept. 4th 1814. 14
Q! 51. POPE ha ust reeeiveil n new supply of
poisis ior me lau irauc ; nniong ma nrrorinicnt
may be found Cashmere D Ecosse, Cliu-ans, l.unclla-,
iilain lig'rt. Alpaceas, pr nl si'. &c. Al-n. Ilu-h Wo -
en Velvet nnd other Ve.stings, for sale very cheap for
Burlington, Sept. G 1841. 14
hurthan Milk pans, for sale hv
S. M. POPE.
Sept. C 1811
SA DDLllR Y.
STRONGS cfc CO. ofTer to Saddlers and dealers in
Saddlery a handsome assortment of goods in
their line, on very reasonable terms. 10
Gro.s HOOKS and EVES,
2j ilo Shaving Soap,
7.5 do Round Lacels,
150 do Eyelets,
For sale by VILAS LOOMIS fe Co.
Aug. 22, 1811. 13
HEALTH AND STRENGTH.
DR. S. O. UICIIARDSON'S
ItTp" TViev nre the unrirallcd and efKcaclous com
pound of a regular I'hyticinn and graduate of the
New llimpshirc Medical College, who has made the
study nf medicine his profession, and they are hlzhly
recommended by viany of the most celebrated Physi
cians in me country, as aeciueaty me
lies i .nciiiciiic ever oiiercu to tnc I'liultr,
For Diipcpsia, Jaundice, Liter Complaints, Hu
mors, if-c, and derangements of the
stomach and bowels.
For sate. Wholesale and Retail, nl the Doctor's office.
15 HANOVER STREET. BOSTON. 15
For sale, in Burlington by PECK 6V. SPKAR,
i.poinecaries nnu uruggisis, Hnd IIAUAK fc All
TiH'R, and by all Agents throughout the Stale.
ClrtH OR I000 Sfurreil live, for which cash
JfJ will bo paid by PECK tV SPKAR.
July it, ion. u
Huffalo Printing Ink Manufactory.
WIIiMAM l'llKSCOTT & CO. having re
cenllv added extensive Macliincrynnd appara
tus to their Maniilaclory, they are prepared lo furnish
Printing Inks ot all qualities, shades, and color,
which they are selling on as favorable lerirs as can
tie pureiiascu at any oiuer esiauiisnment in me uni
To those Printers who are daily in the habit of
using our inks, we oo nnl recominenu it, a their
coniinued patronage is a sufficient proof of their ap
probation ; but to thoe who resident a distance, and
nre not ncnunintcd with our Inks, wedo earnestly
recohiinenil it, and should it not ineverv resncct an
swer their expectation, we will take it back and re
fund the money.
The NewB and Book Inks are put up in kegs con
taininc-20. 30. G5. ami 150 lb, each.
All orders executed on a favorable terms as bv
H. B. Stacy. Burlington, Vt.
O. F. Rood & Co, Stationers' Hnll, Detroit,
Salisbury &. Baxter, Logansport, Indiana,
S. N. Dickinson, Bo-ton, Mas.
A. H. Armour ot Co., Hamilton.
Lessbe Brother, Toronto.
Dcsbarals & Debislnre, Gov't Printers, Montreal.
N, Palmer. Market Square, Kinpston.
S. L Roii, Milwaukie, Wisconsin Ter.
Manufactory, No. G Uniled States Hotel Block,
Pearl street. 11
rTlHE subscriber ha removed from his old stand on
I Church Streei, to tits new UK1CK SHOP on
Cntlin's Lane, twenty rods East of the Burlington
Bank, where he has on hand and will continue to man
factiire all kind f.l
of ihe best mialilvi such as SOFAS, .SECRETA
RIES. BEAUREAPS, Dining, Tea, Centre, Work
and Toilet TABLES, STANDS 6. BEDSTEADS, and
nil If imls of work inhislilie.
cjMol kind of Country produce and Lumber
received in payment, or approved credit, nnd very
r.r..,. 1 .tiiL-f s'tfiini .Q
vimi isi sn.ii. tiniiivi'U .-.s.iw.ju.
Burlington, May 28th, 1641. 52
rT iT1T H ,r A riTTTATTc
r fiLNVJilj VI V 111 ll12i.
TOR turning Fence Pickets and other articles of
wood ol a cylindrical form.
The undersigned continue to oncrata tho nbovo lo
Mnihincrvnt "Winooski Citv." wltero thev would
bo happy lo furnish purchasers with some of their
varieties ot Ii arm.
They will also work upi Lumber upon shares or by I
oi I' arm, narucn or ornnmcnini eence
ipinn iirinn.p wnn ivian. I
Owing to tho advantages which they ilerivo in the
use of tho nbovo improvement, nicy ate cnauicu io
nffi.rdn neat nnd beautiful fenco for yards and gar-I
dens, at much less expense than iho same, can bo
got up for in any other way, while, for durability it is
not excelled by any in common use. This valuable
improvement was first brought out in Western New
Vnrlr. where it has nnnn into extensive Use and has
received the approbation of tho Mayor of the city of I
llultalo. wun many nuniircas ot ino nrsi agricultur
ists nnd others in that nart of the State, also of Gov
lliihhard. Dnct. Jarvis. .ludi'n Churchill and many
others in New Hampshire. In fact wherever it has 1
been Introduced it has been ne I V nnntoved. As a
Farm Fence it combines more advantages than any
other fence ever used. It can I o used without posts,
and is therefore not affected by tho freezing nnd
heaving of tho ground. It takes less lumber than
anv other kind offence, is a certain protection against
all kinds of cattle, is not liablo to get out of repair,
cannot be blown down, l easily set up, taken down
nnd removed, without ininrv.
rij-No Faiimeu should be without nt least a suffi
cient quantity to throw around his fields of grain
and slack yards.
The undersigned refer with plcasuro to Col. Harry
Thomas. N. 11. Haswell. Ksn. and Messrs. Brins-
maiii and Broihers, Burlington ; Hon. David llciil,
Colchester: Ralph Lindon. Willislon. and Wni.
Kccler, Esq., Grand Isle.
JNO N. DF.WKV.
II. P. DKWEY.
Any person wishing to engage in tho above busi
ness in tho counties of Franklin, Orlenns, Lamoille,
Washington Rutland. Bennington and Windham, in
this State, or any of i lie Eastern counties in tho Slate
of New ork, wii. piease nppiv as niiove.
JNO. N. DEWEY,
Ascnt for Patentee.
Burlmgton, Vt., August, ISM. 13
THK nl ovc Medicines have become so nonular,
1 where lliev are known, that, to meet the
demand, the proprietor has adopted the plan of
multiplying, the Agencies, furnishing each Agent with
a neat clie-t, containing
THE I1IACK (ir Allchasl's,) SATjVR,
AI.I.EIIASI'S linAI.TII I'lI.I.S,
AT,IiI2IlASrS TOOTH-ACHE DIIOPS,
AIiFiEBASI'S POOR MAN'S I'fiASTER,
A nuinl.er of Agencies nre now claMihcd in this
villain', furnishul a nlmvo. together wilh namnhlels
for general di-lribntion, setting forth iho virtues nf
the Medicines, and containing eerlilicalesirom lilgniy
re-ni'iable iicrsnn-. of some of the main cures Ihev
have effected. Families nnd individuals nrem.ilcd
to send nnd get a pamphlet, and read, and if they
have iv-cn i, try tlie3lcUicine, wiucli are warrant
ed to do nil lliat 'is claimed tor t hem.
The Agents f0r Burlington arc PF.CK &SPF.AI!,
Apothecaries and Druggists, general wholo-nlcand re
mit Agent-, who will supply Country dealers at
whole-ale, on the same terms with the proprietor in
New York. Win. II. Curtis. Henrv Hvde & Co ,
Geo. Peterson. N. W.Gage. Harry Bradley, and
Hngar & Arthur.
11 irlington, Aug. 2G'h, 1811.
LYMAN W. GILEEUT, Proprietor,
13"lw 214 Fulton Street, New York.
NEW TAILORING ESTABLISH-
.1 A m n s o it it ,
WOUI.O rispecifidly inform theciiizcn of Bur
lington nnd iiuhlie gencrnllv. that he has taken
the establishment recently occupied by CllAULKS
Uiv.MNS, where he will execute all urucrun me
on the shortest notice, and in a sltlunot to bo snrhais-
en. r rom several years experience in nieon-ines! he
leclsconfidcnt of in-urins general satisfaction.
lone for others to make up, at all time", and warranted
lontjii properly mane up.
uiiureti-st, Aug., 1341. lit.
Steel, Gilt, and Silvered
T3E DS, of various size.
also the several kind-
JJ Purse Mounts, Rin
nnd Tassel beautiful
just reed, and various oilier new Goods.
HIIINSMAID & BROTHERS.
Bnrlinglon, Aug. 30, 1844. 13
Gross Horn Coat Billions,
100 do do Over Coat do
300 do do Vest do
,1 r-.l. -I .1
do do Coat do
do Pant do
do Pearl shirt do
For snle by VILAS LOOMIS if- Co.
Aug. 22, 1844. 12
Boxe 1-3 I X Tin Plale,
10 do Square do
50 Bundles Wire ass'd No's.
For sale by VILAS LOOMIS & Co.
Aug. 22, 1811. 13
Cement for Cisterns.
O 1 -O CASKS of the best Southern Cement.
v w winch Harden- in n lew hniir. nti.l ren
dors ciVerns tiglil and fr.e from leakan., fr t-file lv
UIIKNSMAU) & IJUOTIIKllS.
Aup. 30, Ml. 13
i rv ps.
25 Co Alpacca,
1.5 do Fig'd do
50 do Pongee Hdkf.
For snle hy VILAS LOOMIS & Co.
Aug. 22, 1811. 13
A r Gro. ESSENCES,
ftlW 150 Paks Pin,
75 lbs. Mixed do
100 M, Needles,
For sale hv VILAS. LOOMIS & Co.
Aug. 22, 1811. 13
HATS! HATS !!
1 CASE "Alvorda" Moleskin Hal, just ree'd nnd
for sale bv
S. M. POPE.
June 11, M4.
CASES ilineriean Prints,
1 case Irish Linens,
1 do Manchestei Ginghams, for sale by
UjAS iajujus ,r- uo,
Aug. 22, 1SI4. 12
FARWELL'S Men's Pump- nnd Goat Skin Boot
r Ill ,..l-.,,l f..l'.l fj.,iri:.,:..... r.i,
nig Shoe., Mil Slip-, and Uuknis, Ju.t ree'd hv
li. W. UATblN.
July 2 1, 1811. 8
A f Tons of Nova Scotia Plaster, just rcceived.and
now grinding at the Plaster Mill at Winooski
rails, nnd for sale by
Juno 12, 181 1. FOLLET, BRADLEY & Co.
25 Boxes Soap..
15 do candle
12 do common nnd 1 pearl' Starch,
H oo iinnus' anu oiner nramis Tooacco.
1 bid. Lonllaru'8 maccoboy snull.
15 casks snleratus.
40 bags Java and Rio coffee, spice and pepper.
100 malt cassia, nutmegs, ginger, alum, salt
pet re, ligs, muslard, prep ire I cocoa, &c
Aug. G, loll. lll STKONt.S oi CO.
DOZEN TWIST COMBS,
500 do Silo do
75 do Coarse and Fine
200 do Ivory do
75 Gross Wood Pocket do
For snlj by VILAS LOOMIS fc Co.
Aug. 22. 1811. 13
-r-stitiif 1 1 .- n Cmmn. f i
1."HW.H iriiirriuco, Jjpcunriy, uuiumn vxinaiiit
. &i &c. (which are CQtninon al ihis lime of the
season) may be had by tho uso of Jayne's Carolina-
live, nt PECK & SPEAR'S.
i..i.. ii ion r.
i ti ioii c
THE subscrilier would respecifully inform the pub
lie thai he still continues to keep a Hoarding
House, on Maui Street, a few rod from the Court-Ilou-e
Square and Post Ollice, in the house formerly
occupied liv Geo. B. Shaw, Esq., and that he can ac
commodate a lew more boarders on as reasonable
terms as can be obtained elscwheje.
Burlington, Vt., Aug. 7, 1S14. 10-tf
JUST received at the Variety Store, a new supply
ofjet, bugle and plain hair pins. Steel tweezeis,
silver llumbles, Irnvelhng bags, of the best Wilton
Carpeting, good lor Pedlars, sc.
Sept. 18, 1844. Bbinsmaio f Brothers.
HE Morse House, there is a good
well, Cistern, Wood Mouse" Ac.
16 BrinsUaid & Hbotiiers.
LEAD PIPE, de.
Q TONS Lead Pipe itolj in. borei 3 rolls Sheet
tJ Lead) 12 cwt. succl line; au nags Htiot snort
ed Nos. by iivuf.ua if. Co.
Juno 14, li. z
OTItONGS .f. C.n. have received nnd offer to nnr
clia.ers a very general assortment ot I aku-
WAllis amongst wince may Lo round the.
Butts nnd Screw
Norfolk nnd American Latchc",
Chet nnd Window Blind Hinge
Wiru Check Spring",
Mortice Bell Cranks,
Curled Bell Springs,
Bell Crank.. Ilou-e lcll.
Hand, Tower, Flat spring. Square nnd.Mont.cv
, mi units,
Trunk and Chest Handle",
(inrden llnl.es, Fire lron, Bench Vices,
Brass Buttons on plates, Japnu'd do.
Screw Piillitv, Hal and Coat Pins,
tllaek Hooks and Hinges,
Shutter Screw, Stuhbsiind Plate",
Pad Lock, Trunk do., Cupboard do., Till do.,
Long shanked and Concnvo Augers,
Braces nnd Bins, llevils.
Firmer Clii-cl", Joiners, Morticonnd Socket do.
Gouge-, Bruss Dividers, Gimblets,
single nun unui le I'inno irons,
Coinpas, G railing, Hand nnd Ripping Saws,
Knives nnd Fork", Carver, Steel", Butcher
Kiiivc, Bread and Shoe Knives, Prunningdo.
Pocket and Pen do.
ill do. Hat Bastard do. half round di
Brass Hulls, Curtain ring",Ten bell
es, Ilnllcr Chain, Sad Irons, Tail
Taper files, Mill do. Hat Bastard do. half round do.
Horse Itans. Bra
Tape Measines, Halter Cliains, Sadirons, Tail
Brads, Table Spoons, Table Hinges,
Cutting Nipper-, Bead Aw Sash Fasteners,
Cork Scnws, Hand Vices, Trowels,
Steel Yards, 50 to 100 lh-.. Grid IronSniiec pan",
F.nnmelM Mns'in Kettle", Bellows Pipe",
Bed h'evs, Copper Wire, Screw pullies, Axledo.
Sash Holler-, Platelock, Iron Square.", Stub do.
Wood Saws nnd Frames,
Pewter Cocks, Bung 1 orcr, Butler fryers,
Sickles, Cm Tacks, Frying pan",
Rat Traps, Box and Ivory Rule-,
Toy Hoe", l.ndies'do. Screw Driver,
Mahogany Knob, Simp Ilninincis, Carpet do.
Screw Wicnchc?, Broad Hatchet',
Shingling do. Bras, skimmer,
Saw Setts, Ac. (Sc. Ado,
Anvil", Vice-, Cast S eel. Plated and Iron Shovel
nnd Spades, I) ing Forks, Hay do. Cro Bar, Wro't.
Nails, Trace Chain, Iron Wire, Urass Kettles, &e.
May 24,1811. 51
ItltlGGS & UNDHIMVOOI),
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, tyr.
Hurlingon, Vt. 0m
AMISIUCAN II DTL.L.
A ND G EN 11 11 A L S TA G E HO USE,
11 Y S. W. TAYI.OH,
CouaT Ilocsn SneARB, Hcrlisgtos, Vt. 2Gt
S. ft. lAltMAI,Ei:'
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
A'o. 7 Counsellors Hall.
(Peck's Building.') 13
IWTTS AM) .SCREWS.
qnf) DOZ. Table, Back (lap, Narrow. Broad,
0"V Window Blind nnd Pew dour H ilt-, from
Wrought and Cat Irini.
1,'stOO GROSS American " Premium" Screws,
it-sorted size-. Dealers supplied at New York pri
ce. STRONGS & CO.
Aug. C, M4. 10
1 Cf SIDES Sole Lenther, good nnd very cheap,
1VJU June 20. M3. 3 bv STRONGS & Co.
"1 OrfBhl. siiiicrllne Flour, 51) half lnrrel do
Iv" June 11. 2 STRONGS & Co.
p-irc sperm winter nnd spring sperm
1 1, 500 solar do. STItO.NGS ,f. Co
June 14, Ml.
A I.argc an.l Choice Assortment of
STAl'Lll AM) FANCY GOODS,
Just ri-ccived Irom New York bv
BOYNTON & BURR ITT.
SATIN nnd Emt roi-'creil Shawl, Plain Do Lane
do.. Muslin de Lane. Ftinu. Gimp, Cambrics and
Muslins, Printed Lawns and .Muslin, Alpine Bomba
zines, Hosiery, Gl -ve, &e.
xuu i-ii-.Li.s t it iin i n,
Choice Patterns, Very Low.
Bleeched and Striped Shirting", Ticking, Sali-burv
Flannel-, Plaid-, Ginghams, iri-h Linen, Brown
IulU.,1. n l.ii.ci.. u ,.f ..ini..r f'loll.. on. I
Gaiiibroon nnd various lancv nrtii les mil mentlored.
A verv choice seleclion of Broad Cloths and
Molasses. Brown Siiuar. Loafdo.. Vouii!r Hvson.
Hyson, Hvson Skin, nnd Imperial Teas, CoiI'eo.'Gin-
ger, Rice, Rai-ins, and Spices of all kind.
(.rockery and otass "arc, ."Nails, call-. Hour and
Will keen on hand n good assortment of BOOTS
and SHOES i ( nil kinds, and work made to measure
l,y a workman that needs no recommendations.
llincsiurgti, .nay ltn, tail. 51 Gin
B.-l O.000 lb BUTTER nnd 50 31. H1N
GI.ES wanted in exchange for Goods, at the higlies
market price. Also, ca-li paid lor Cheese.
iivsim a srv..
TMIE sul scril er has acted a ylgeni tor ihe Allan
X Insiiiance Company of HnrtfoidConnccticiil for
more man wen v vears pa-i. nnu con inue o in-ure
against luss.-s- by lire, and all kinds ofhuihhugs nnd
personal proncriv. and wi receive opu icn ions nl
in- ollice in Hiirliugton.and iniinediately i-spe Polices
mr uiai purpose ni as low raies ot premium, as any
private coinpanyc.in allbrd. The undoubtnl n'.poa'
il ililyof Ihi C-inpniiy, insures safely lo llicin-il-red,
and their prompt, honorable, aid III cral cour-e
in the adjustment and payment of lo-scs, will I c nt-le-ted
hv all with whom' Ihey have had occasion to
do business. VM, A. GHISWOLD. Agent.
Burlington, March 1, 1811. -10 if
TIN 1M.ATKS. Ac.
BOXES Tin Plale 1-3 X and extra sizes.
GO Rolls lion Wire, No. 1 to 18,
Sheet Copper. Tinned and Black rivets.
Copper rhets and Ear,
Bolt Clipper. Willi a general assortment of
Tinners Tools, STRONGS & Co
ilay lli, '44. 50
inn"lll'(! Puperlinu Flour " Hcrnngtons"
IUU 50 half ihN do do
May 1,1811. 50 S IHONGS ,v Co.
CHAIRS! CHAIRS!! CHAIHS!!!
DAGSBTT Ct STUART
ESPECTFULLY inform the public that Ihey
' will hereafter carrv on the CHAIR nnlinr. In,.
slness, at the old stand of Thayer, Stuart & Co.,
on Church St., two doors soulh ol tho Countv House.
and feel warrnnled in'eaving that Ihev can furnish
handsome nnd durable, an arlicle in this linn. n n,
ever offered in Burlington, and on as low terms.
Plcnso call and examine.
All kinds of Chair. Settee. Sellce-erndles. nml
Stools made to older. Old Chairs repaired and
pauuiM at Minn notice, uountrv i rouueeotn . in
taken in exchange for cluiir-.
JOHN O. DAGGiriT,
CHARLliS II. S'lUART.
Burlington, Mny 4, 1844. 49
T.TAS removed to the
-LJ- corner of Church
nnd Bank streets. oppo
site the Bank of Bur
lington, where ho has
n general assortment ol
HOOTS & SHOES
mndcofthe let stock,
nnd by the most thor
ough workmen, which wilt be sold as cheap as tho
, . r-,. . , .,
is-j nn miiu, in vi.ru iniiiiii in imn-r nn me most
reasonable terms nnd nt the shorlc-t notice.
liurlingtott, June uilt, mil.
V Alt.MS TO LEASE I'Olt A TE1.M OV
A LARGE FARM stocked wilh adairy
ami sheep, and prepared for exien
ie sowing nnd planting. The ncr.on
applying must have sullicient means to
carry il on ami furnish the best reeom
mendaiion fur intczritv and indusirv.
Also, two other farms to let for, an amount agreed
The-o farms are situated on the Lake thore oppo
site Burlington, Apply lo
0. M. & W. C, WAT?ON.
Port Kent, Feb, 20, 1844. 39 tf
,T. TRY ON
WOULD respecifully inform his friends and the
nublic that ho has iust returned from New
York with the latest fashions, and that he continues
tu carry un ousiucub ai ins oiu sianu. iiavnig visi
ted some of the best shops in the City of New Yoik
he trusts that, with an experience or twenty-two
years, he can compete with the bat Tailors in this
panoi ine country.
N. II. Cutting donoat short notice, cheap for cash
may o, ion. JV II
1 8 44.
I.AKi: CIIAMlUiAIN, NHW-YOItK AND
IVinRCH ANTS' XINE.
THE PltOPRIin-OHS oflhisLinc have provided
a class of first rale boats to ply the pre-ent sea
son Ictween Lake Cliamplaln and New-York, fortbc
tranporiation oi iticrcnaiuiitc nnu sucli oilier prop
erly as may I o entrusted to their care, nnd hope to
receive, as they intend to merit, n fair share of
Tbce bonis go through to New York, and nre to
be towed by steam on Hudson River, nnd on Lake
Champlnin when t.rcoary. In this mode property
l not subjected lo injury by transhipments, and lots
are kept logcihcr.
This Line of boats connect nt New York with the
Dena,ch Line of Boston Packets! Contracts for
freight Ictween Boston or New York nnd Lnkc
Champlnin, can be made with our agent". Property
passing etweon Boston and Lake Clmmplnin, for
warded in either direction via Western Rnilrond,
10 LI, KIT & BRADLEY, Burlington, Vt.
NICHOLS. BURTON if- CHITTENDEN,
St. Albans, Vt.
A O E N T S,
L. A. .Ioiixsom, 0 Coentics Slip, N. York,
C. L. WAnt:, IG Long Wharf, Boston. .5 If
All Yo That Tlii-sl
NOT OAC.GEI) YET I
F)UM, BRANDY, GIN and WINES, of all the
i. various qiialitie,in quantiiiesnf ono pint or more,
nnuomer KAJIII.V uiiuciillll.H, lor saloon rea
sonable terms, by ISAAC WARNER.
Biiilington, June, 1BII. 2
A HARK CHANCE
IN THK CENTRE OF THE VILLAGE.
OR sale, the two Houses
nnd dot plea-antly situa
led on Cherry sticet, fetwecu
Mr. William I. Seymour nnd
Mr. William We-lon, Eqrs,
The House new, with nn excel
lent welt of water on itio prem
ises. For terms inquire of the s-ihscriler on the
preiiii.es. JAMES MARTIN.
Burlington, Aug. 23, M4. 3tf
FARM FOR SALE.
jOR SALE, a linn in ITndcrhill, eon
tainiug ono hinidred nnd lorly-six
ncrc, iboii: one hundred acre of which
is under cultivation, 1 lie remainder
covered hy a good growth of hard wood. On the
prcinienren eonvenieniiiweinng iiou-e, t am, sncris
A;e. nnd an orchard of thriltv 1 earing npp e Irccs
sttilicieni for making some lift v or ixly barrel of
eider. Al-o, a farm containing one hundred ncrc-.
lying nl'Oitt one mile Irom the al ove,nl out sixty acre
ol u hii-li is unik'r iiiiproemcnt, nnd lias on it a capa
clous 1 arn, the reinair.dcr i well wooded, prtncipnlly
Willi beach and maple. 'I be above arc situated near
the centie ol the town nnd ol the main road, are
well watered and well fenced, a considerable portion
of Iho fence being siihinulial stonewall, and togeth
er compose one ol Hie lie-l dairy larm tit inc town
I lie nhovu premi-cs will lo sod to close n concern
liir much lcs than their real value, and po--c-sion
given on the lt of April neM. I or further particu
lar euq lire ol A. 1- UO I E.
Burlington, Feb. 22. IS 1 1 3S'f
18 A AO DOW,
SHEET-IRON, AND COPPER WARE.
mid dcnli r in
coppv.r pumps, i.r.An pipi:, .r-c.
Church street, Burlington.
March G, 1811. 1 10
PECK fc SPKA 11,
wholesale dealers in
English, French, India and American
Also, DRUGGIST'S GLASS WARE.
QAfi COTTON THREAD,
OvU 50 do Linen do
300 doz. Spool do
250 do Cotton Tape (-ijck)
150 do do do (roll)
For sale by VILAS LOO.MIS it Co.
Aug. 22, 1811. 13
SADPLi:, lIAHXliisS AXl) TIIUSK MANU
FACTURE!!, COLLKUF. S'MEHT.
ALSO, keeper of
East of the Court House (Me
Application made at the Shop
or tiarn w in receive prompt at
IturlmiHnn V, 1 If,
--i-xsflQo.cV--3 23 Nov., 1813. 5
Wanted a J iiirneynnn 15 a Mleriu I Carnage Tr m
mer. A good meelianic will liud einplovmcnl,
S. S. SKiNNER.
TJIIEPARED Cocon, vcnnicilla, Cloves, nntineg.
L M.ircti, siiicriorquaiuy, imtigo, ivc. i.y
-2 &TRONGS & Co,
M. G B1ATIIBUN & CO
DRAPERS S; TAILORS,
No. 2. Peck'- Bud ling.
HAVE returned from New Vork with their Sprin
Stock. lYiitiiiri.ni-' nn ns-ortnient i.fcarelullv' ,
lectel VESTINGS, a lew choice CASSI.MEIiES
nnd nn exten-ne assortment o( TRIMMINGS.
M. G. ItATiinuN, C. I', Waup.
May 23, Ml. 51
ARE now receiving
S il I) 1. 11 R Y
COACH AND SHELF
II A LID WARE.
in all its vanttcs.
DRUGS & M EDCHNES,
PAINTS, OILS, VAR
NISHES, &.c. &e.
HurliiiHion, Vt. ?
Nov. 10, 1813. J
. T the old stnnd of NELSON
f & GATES ihereisihebesi as
sortment ol CHAIRS nnd will I
sold cheaper than can be iiurchatt-d
al any oilier place in Hurlinslou.
PAINTED CANE EAT, LARGE
nnd SMALL HOCKING, DINING,
CHILDREN and LARGE ARMED
C. I,. NELSON'S,
Church street, opposite the Old Bank, oral hi. Facto
hy three doors north of the Cathi lie Church. 18
fTHHAT largo and commodious ivvo story BHICK
JL DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT, situated on
the we-t side of College Green, at tlie beau of College
Street, III this village. Tho House l 32 by 45, Willi
an' ascincnt story, wilh kitchen nnd provision cellars,
vvuli a wing il i'V oj, cxiciming norin on i-oiiege
Green, with wnwl and slore bouse I e!ow. and cham
ber. and sleeping rooms above. A large nnd com
modious burn, carriage hou-c, ice house, and oilier
out-house-, and a spacious yard we-i of the dwelling
house, nnd n good durable well of water of Ihe he.-t
quality in the village, mid ubriik cistern. One nnd
n ipiarler acre of land, of the first quality, a large
garden and choice fruit tree west of the house and
The buildings are constructed in modern style, of
the best material and workmanship, were erected
by the subscriber for his own use, and the location
nd'ords a very extensive and pleasant pro-iect of the
villaRM and lake on the Wcl, nnd is not surpassed by
any other m this part of the country.
Purcha'sers are invited to call and examine for
themselves. Terms made known by the subscriber
on tlie premises. SAMl'LL REED.
Burlington, April 18, 1811. 40 if
DRUGS & MEDICINES
The subscribers nre ennlinii- JErKS
allv supplied with EVERY fcffi
AR'llCLE in the ubove branch, bolh ot theOiiicini
and Patent kind; Medicinal witters from Saratoga
do. from Caledonia, Canada) Medical Wine. nil
Linnors.fmire Loot heal Surgical Inslrnmcntsi'Miii-
eral Teeth, &e. Prescriptions put up at horlcM
CfShop open at all hours.
PECK & Sl'EAR,,IpoAecari'fi
HOOT AMI SIIOK - MAKUII.
I " ESPECTFULLY informs tho public, in and
A. about Burlington, that he will do all work that
ho mav be favored with, in the best manner, and on
Iho lowest lei ins possible. His shoo in under tlie
Office of II. Leavcnwoith, Esq, and near the Office
of the Free Press.
Burlington, 25th July, 1814. 8lf
utt: . -a di i'
WITH JEWETTS MEDICINES,
BIS, T. SMjTOHI.
AT hi residence, Clininplaln St., n few rod north
of Mesrs. Follctt & Bradley, Bnrlinglon, VI.
ii icri-icring ins most graiciui ncitnowieiigmcnis in
iriouu nun pniicui, lor the eneouraROineni niui
puorl Ihey havo Kivcn him tho tia-t vear. tho Doc
tor would lea leavo lo state thai. In siieecs. has
thu far, b"en erpial to hi mo-t ningiilne oxpecta
lions j for it ha seldom 1 ecu tho cnc, thai tho merit
a new system or medical practise, ha I ecu moru
llvto-ted nnd fairlv ctab i-hed. in so shorl n time.
Indeed, Dr. Smith does not hoitalo to my and the
mothcnl gentlemen in this place will not deny it
that ho hascilectcd some siunal and Important cures,
even where the i indents had been given over bv other
pti-isicinnsi nn.i iitcrctoio he feels coulilent, that,
could he bo called in season, when Iho patient i (irl
.men, iiiuiu irciiuciiuy nun tie is, a cure would lie
much sooner cllcelo I, nnd Willi far lei expense and
suffering, for Ihe sick, than when they llrst employ
oilier mean, till tho patient i nearly dead, and then
nun. i-ni in nn , .iscb, since ue ua iciuiie'i ino
no of Jewell's Incditine, where he was thus eal'ed,
lin tin, si-rn-lsil 1 if I In, sfi-k. I.is.n ,n rmltt nt ntinnst
In induce Iheni ami Ibcir Iricnd lo tliink but little was
the matter, though to nil appearance they were n
sick ns inn-e who empioyeil oilier practice, and soon
dial or were weeks, and perh.ip, months, in gelling
up ngain, nrsi Having 10 nl niuton llieir Doctor'. miu-
iciiiej entirely, leforo they could gain al all. The
fact is, whenever Je.vett' remedies Lave been fairly
trie! nnd became fully known, llieir lenlicial cjlitf
in etirini di-ea-e of eicrv true nnd form, havo been
acknowledged by ihe most skilful physicians and the
most critical ou'crvcrs.
The followin" tetimnnv. was nd-lre-sed to Col
Jceltbylwo li rs lily distinguished tihysicnu, who
hy llieir nssiitiiity, l.iitliluliic- nnd -hiU in practice,
etulnlnieil lliein-clve in the mcniorv and nlleclion
oi iii.iiiy in oils piiice, who ii-eu 10 employ tiieui j aim
wnojinoiigii ucau, ycl -peau, titar mem.
I'urlinoton, Vl., Jan. 5, IS30,
"CoL. Jeivhtt Dear Sit I have received and
read your pamphlet with much interest, and nm high-
y pleacd wilh your plan of overcoming disea-e.
ou nre I ruly carrying out tho principle of Dr. Jack
son and others, winch they have so nh'y advocated.
I am confident that a rcliirm in tho practice of modi
cinci indispensably nccenry.
JUtl. I'Utll.KOV, M. D."
Bunt.INfiTO.v. Oct. 25. IM7.
" Col. Jr.wnTT-cr Sir I have deuo-iied inthu
tanu Here, mty oouars more lo your credit, tin nc
count of medioi no sold. So far as I have n-el llicm
in my practice, I hey have proied far more efficocioii
llKin i nan uuiieijiiiicii, j ucyuL-i reauuy on ities-s-lem,
and overcome disease in a manner I never I e
lore witnessed, nnd I do not he-ilnto to give my full
approbation lo your system, 1 havo sold and n-ei
nearly four hundred dollar worth since I first receiv
ed an assortment from vo i.
" i am most truly voiir oiu iricnd,
TRUMAN POWELL, M. 1),
Dr. Smith i happy lo slate ibat ho i-nlleil on Dr.
Pomeroy, n lew month I eforu his death, and Icuind
htm slill Jinn in I lie same opinion, lie -nut, "Jew
ett's doing the same now, lliat Ciillcn did in hi day.
And," said he, " I lold Dr. Atwater he w.i not the
greatest man in the world, nnd am not, hut il I wa,
I should succumb to Jewell, for n'ssy-teni i correct,
and his mcdhinc the best in Ihe world; nnd I ic.
quested bun lo go to Dr. Suiiih and get mo a bottle
ofhead-acho liniment, which liu di I, and I find il
ca-es my head veiy much." When iiliyinan- of ihe
first rank, whose educniii n nml talents do honor to
Ihcir profession, nnd every mdivi lual who Ins given
Ihem a fair trial, come tup in f.ivor of .leu ett's medi
cines, in languaae unei iivocal an I deeidtsl as the
al ovc, who willdoiiht the truth of what they sny 1
Those who lliink il lor their interest to i ppo-e a new
practice, and uho-c minds h.ne I ecu blinded and
prejudiced ly iho-c whose seljiihness and pride.
pre iiiiiiinate over iiieir-en-e oi justice and truth and
ill llieir cenccnicnt jetliner, nnd tlio-e only !
But in order to induce intal-ds ol even- cla- to
make trial ol the Ialrolcptic reincdie-, Dr. Smith
made a pnipcsilion to take certain chronic ci-cs upon
ins own ri-t: "no cure, no pay provi :cd any
wi-bed to do c such a bar.Min, by iilaci.,.' ilieni-elve'
under In care in the villaie, and folliiwing hi ili-
reclioitsa longas he sbo dd I e willing to prc-iribe,
or until they got well j and provide I al-o, that they
make the payment ol ins nuts secure, should he e lect
n cure. Sonic accepted the proposition, coinolie"!
with the eon lition-, and a cure is the rc-i It; while
other-, wlio made no such barszain, and did not com
ply with one of its conditions, aie dispo ed loclaiiu
tlie I enclit ol no cure, no pay." lint to nil such,
ihe priuciptu; should 1 c reversed" no pay, no cure.
Dr. Smith wilt now make another propo iiiou, in
order to induce tlie public, toie-t iho merit- of his
practice in season. All persons, of every age, -ex
and condition vbntccr, who shall be taken Willi nnv
acute disease fever, erysipelas, cholera morbu-,
rheumatism, mental derangement, spitting l.loml,
pile, tetter-, prolapsus uteri, sick head-ache, pain in
Ihe breast, cough- nn l consumption, nil I sh ill imme
diately send for Dr. Smith, and comply with the
nl ove conditions, shall be failhfullyallendcd to upon
the same safe principle "no cure,na pay."
ITTLailics in parturition, promntlv unit lailbfullv
attended to, to their enure satisfaction, an I in a ni (in
ner ny inc nin uterine liniment gicatty to mitigate
llieir smii-rings and facilitate their recovery, upon
the same condition " no cure, no van"
it. rxmiii ua ju-i received a ire-n suppiv oi
jcwett'a medicine, upon terms that wi cnab'e linn
to sell, whole-a'e or retail, for ea-h, 25 per tent le-s
than it wa sold for last year i and ho invites physic-
.' 1 -II i I..,- ... I ..!-:. ' '
IU( illlll ill IIIIUIIUS, Id UK' lll.tl (11 IT.
Hundreds of Testimonials urn in Ihe po--e.s'on of
Dr. Smith of u similar character lo llio-o which nre
here published. But enough has 1 ecu shown to
prove ihe fact, lh.it all curable di-ea-es, and many
which nre eou-idered 1 eyond ihe reach of medicine.
are tneroome 'py the use ol tlie-e preparations, with
i ccrinintv never uemre i.nowu,
'or Spinal Afictions, Consumptions, Uronc'tits,
Acer Afficllons Cou-'h Liniment ; Pulmouie l.'m
1 rocalom ; Cough, or Vegcial le Svrip; Expecto
rant j Alteratiic Drops j Arthiiiie PilU; Pain Ex
trac'ori Nerve Sauitue; Essence ol Life.
For Sick and Chronic llead-Acltc Head-Ache
Liniment; Pain-Extractor ; Pectoral Drop-.
For Uterine Affections, (-cell as Fluor Albu, Pro
lap. u Fieri, ob'-truclcd or irregular or loo copious
iiensiruaiiou) siimiii.iim.', or Ulenne l.mimcilt ;
Vegetal le Syrup ; Female I)rops Es-cuce of Life :
Nero Sanative; Arthritic Pills.
For l)iipepsla -Stimulating Liniment; Alterative
Drops; Es-enceof Lde; Vegetal le i Syrup.
For Spinal All'ictionsP.im Exir.ietor; Slimiila-
ling Liiitmcnt ; Km' r(Katiou.
For Tic Douloureux, anil .Ycrr&'i- Affections gen
erally Nerve Liniment'; Nerve S.i .ative ; Pain Ex-
tractor; reeior.il Drop.
For Diseases of the Hypochondriac Region Stim
ulating and Nerve Liniment ; IVnialeDrops ; Pecto
ral Tincture; Nerve Sanative; E--cnie nl Life;
Piilmoniu Embrocation ; Pain l.xlractoi ; Arthiit'c
Pills. 11 tf ,
A LL kind ol TRUSSES for Ruptures incident to
XI. the jlalc, lor sale,and accurately appliiil, liy
31 PECK it SPEAR.
THE PATENT LACE,
K. P. BANNING, M. D.
OF rlTTSDlUdl, I'ESNSYHANIA.
TTTII.I. he kenl eon. fniitlvnii hand bv Dr. JoilK
W. I'Mi'.ur, of Es-ex, lie having purchased of
the original l'atenteo the exclusive right lo mane anu
tend tlie same, within and lor tho Counties oi unit-
.,.,,,1..,, Vmnl-liii I t -imnilli. -n.lllr.llld I, If.
Tho PATENT LACE has now 1 ecu before the pub
lie for n number of month-, I dred have 1 ecu ap
plied III different parlsorihe country, nn i wun a sue-cc-s
never leforo equalled by any remvibal agenl
Numcron well nnthi nlicaled Cenifieatesof its) eneli-
ciaj influence in tlieremoval of diseases of long stand
ing, might liefiirnisheit Irom llii-inilikdiatc vicinitj
in ndduion lo the statement of cases nnd certificates
ofcuresfurni-hedby Dr. llnniimg nnd others. But
this isiiot ueeined necessaryasaiiiiepre-cniiiincre-feicncecan
be given to individuals wearing the idee,
in nearly every town in the County.
Phv-ieians have long fi It the nivessiiy of a Suppor
ter diflcrentlycoisrueted and more perfect in itsadap
tion to the human form, than any lliat had been pre
sented to the pul lie. The invention of Banning'
meet with llieir general approbation, ns ill's deigned
to relive symptoms, nnd remedy a class ol physical
maladies which cnnnorl e reached by medicines alone.
The descem crib-placement of the vt-ccrra from re
luxation of the abdominal muscles, or oilier cau-es,
lend to niter a ml ilcrangothc function ol every organ
in ihehiiman system, nnd, in many ca-es, ibis devia
tion Irom the nalitrn! healthy po-iiinn ol pari', j ihe
solecatiseofyenerol debility in Male- and Female-,
of Dyspepsia, Arteo'iotis of the Stomach and Liver,
Palpitationo(iw Heart, Spinal Irritation, Hysteria,
Hupocondrta, Piles, Prolapsus Ulerta, Suppression
of Urine, the llronchilis of PublicSpeakcrs, and inci
pient Coitmmpion nil ofwh eh wilt 1 o much reliev
ed, if not entirely removed, by the u-o of Ihe Patent
Lace, w hen llieir existence scau,cd by physical de
rangement and a mechanical displacement of parts-,
which can I o readily ascertained by observing tho
form aaiisymptoms of the person afleeied.
ThlsiiiMriinient ha been examined by Drs. Motl,
Rogers, Francis nnd Gnseomb, of New .ork ihe
Faculty of Pittsburgh, IlarlfordHiul New Haven, and
has obiained their favorable testimony.
Applications for lht Lace may be made to the sub
scriber, at Essex, or Hngiir & Arthur, Burlington.
Patient ata distance will be visited at llieir residence,
l! required. JOHN W. EMERY.
Es-ex March 27, 1841. 43 tl
INDIAN VEGETABLE PIM.S OR
THOUGH mane medicines have Iccn before tlitt
nubile for n much lonuer period Ihau Wrioht's
Indian Vr.nr.TAnLr. PitL, yet none stands now in
iiioiiEii nnruTR, or na more rnpiuiy niinineu a nrm
hold upon popular csfmation. The thousands that
have iied them throughout the length nnd breadth of
the Republic, nil bear cheerful testimony to their
thorough efficacy nnd mild operation when employed
In the most distressing disorders "which flesh is heir
The theory of di-eic on which WnmtiT's India
Vt-.niiTABt.E Pills ato founded, i tin'., vizi that there
isonlyone primary cause of all Ihe disorders that
ajlictthe human family, amlUial iscorrnpt humors;
or, in other word Impuritiqf lllood. This princi
nlo l now so generally ndnnltcd, that it may in fact
I usaid to I osiitnlnedj by aji universality of opinion,
the few dis-entcr constituting but n very feeble mi
nority. II i u-eb;s therefore to discu-s the sound
ncssol thi Iheoiy in llih place nnd connexion,
iiikonf. UisEAsn I'niNctrix Icing minimed, tho
mode ol attack prores-cd by itllpractilioner becomea
the .Utile liatllele. Tnirirnion. Hut lllnne firilx. .n.
called specifics now before the public, nroduco onlv
ono form of Purgation; they nre cilher Sudoific,
Cnthartie,Diurclieor Expectorant. Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pills combine all tbe-o prnpenie., and n.f
thcrelore calculated to altack the elements of disease
nt nil point, nnd by n harmonious nnd combined ope
ration lo expel it radically from Ihe system. Their
e lect is almost mag cnl, nnd is iiolcnstonihinz for
i's luildncs than its efficacy llolh sexes, nnd alt
ages may employ them, according In Iheihrertions,
without Icar, for vvhilo ihev nre ceraln to cure all dis
eases that are remedial, lliey nerer indict an injunj
upon (lie system.
'I ho perfect sarety of the medicine is nnoihci alt
important quality, nnd one winch ha contributed
more than any thing eUe to its extinsion andpopu
tarily. In a word, this riedtctne commends itself stronqhj
to the patronage of the public, and Us use bids fair
lo become before lone, almost unttersal.
Tlie citizens of New England nre respectfully irf
formeil that in eon-cipieiicc ol tin1 great popufnrity
which Wright's I ndian Vegetable Pill, have earned by
their astonishing goodness, nOnng of Counterfeiter-
arcnovindutri(iii'ly engaged in pn'ming on the un-su-pccling,n
ralncless and perhaps dangerous meili
ci'ic, under the name of Indian Vesetnble Pill.
This is to inlorm llicpublie, tha' ihe genuine mcdi
cine ha on thoboxe,
" .Vrlght's Indian Vegetable IMlls,
or the NonTit A.mkricas coi.i.tr.r. or Health."
And also around the border of ihe laid will be found
in small type,
"Entered according to the Acl of Congress, in tilt
year 1810, by William Wright, in the Clerks Ollice ol
the District t-ourl ol the l.asicm District ofPennajl
vania." The pnl lie wiM al-o rememl er thai all who sell the
genuine Indian Vegetable Pill nre provided with n
certificate of agency signed bv
William Wright, Vice .'resident
OP Tllr. NORTH AMERICAN COl.LEOC OF HEALTH,"
and that pedlers nre never in any ca-e allowed losell
Ihe genuine medicine. All travelling Agents will le
provided wilh a certificate of Agency n above descri
be I ; nnd ilio-e who cannot show one will be known
The following highly respectable persons ha re hern
appointed nuoni for 'lie sab of the above named
Wright's Indian Vegetable I'llls.
OF THE NORTH AMr.ntCAN COLt.KOE OF HEALTH.
AGENTS Peek & Spear, S. E. Howard, I). Davis
& Co., Burlington; Fran is Laclare, Colcheter;
Morion it Chrk, Willistnn; Lorin Tyler, Essex;
J, II. Tower & Sou, Underbill; A. Harney, J. Ly
man, Jencho! Win. Rhode-, E. H. Green, Richmond;
J. II. Dike, Huntington; Mou-on A Dean. Brisiol ;
Mi ii-on ( Dean, Lincoln ; A. P. Roscne, New-lla-veu;
I!. Sanderson, W. Milton ; C. L. Drake. Milton;
Geo. Avre, Milton Falls; Marim Wirex, Griswohr
,t Smilie. Cnnibridge; W. S. it C. P. WoihI, We-t-
fordjS.W. Brush iV Co., I ntrfax ; II. Cook, Shel
burn; Win. II. Viele, lliue.burgh ; S. II. Barnes,
Clnrli'ltr; Tupper ,p Bcarki'ndgc, Surkshorougli ;
Shales & Webb, Ferrisl I rgh.
The only O lice in Boston where the Indian Vege.
table Pills can I it blamed i al
t)S T It EM O NT STREET. 198
Principal O.Iiee and General Depot, ICO Hace-ircel,
Phil idelphia. 3-2yl
New Chemicals and Sundry Articles:
The Acid-, chemical.
i Iodide nf S ilphur,
, Iodide of Iron,
Bmoxn'e of Jlercurv.
Cyauurel of Poiassium,
Chlorate of Polassa,
Ergot Fresh, Pulv.
Extract ol Opium,
Extract ol Rhalany,
Eslracl of Aconite,
lly.riiidalcJ Liipior cf
Arsenic and Mercury.
Leci he, Healthy Sjuiiii-li
Pie !rin( Aie. &e. AVe.
Nitrate of Silver.chennca
New st les of Iii.truuien.
Hiiio lulo of Mercury,
, .-.upniiin o(i.
At PECK & SPEAR'S.
ATTOIt.VIIY A COUNisLXI.OR AT LAW,
Ol! WELL, VERMONT.
PATENT PLATFORM SCALES.
THIS articlcis too well known to need commen
dation and the experience of seven years has
demonstrated to tho commercial community, that
for accuracy, convenience and durability, they aro
unrivalled - oai vnrit scans to vveign Irom j to u
tons. Dormant Warehouse do, to weigh from 1-2 lh.
to 5000 lbs.. Portable do. to weigh from 1-2 oz. to
200 lbs. PortableCountcrdo a new article to weigh
from 1-2 oz. to 40 lbs.
J. & J. H. Peck & Co. Agents.
Burlington, June 30. 1813. -Itf
FOR SALE BY THE GROSS, also AT RETAIL
II By PEl K At SPEAR.
AX,'!? BOO T AND S1IOE STORE.
It. IVTC IIHL.DK 11
HAS removed to the new shop opposite the old
Bank, where he i prepared lo meet the calls of
hi customer, on Ihe shortest noiicenud in ihe Intel
and most fa-hionable style. He has no empty boa-t
to make, nor can he say but that hi work may some
times partakeof ihe imperfection which characterizes
all thing of human sirueiuie; but this he will sv,
that 30 jears experience has given him some confi
dence, so that he thinks he can compete with most of
his iijighbor-, with the last and awl, if not with Ihe
self praisiny pen. At all events. Ins customers shall
run no risk, tor if work i not good he will make it
good. Now as nerelofore, he irnrranfi his work ta
give good sati-facnon, or he will make satisfaction.
HOOTS AND SHOES
Of every description, constantly on hand, and manu
factured to order, of good stock and superior work
manship. Burliugion, -May 23, 1644. t
ritllE PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE UNI
J ted Stales is now complete, It may be seen al
Sam'l. Hunlington's who is duly authorized to fill all
orders in relation lo ihis valual le wotk. Every Amer
ican will feel proud to bo thoovvner of this History.
All who may havo orders left with them will do me
a favor by transmitting them lo Mr. Huntington.
E. W. Blaisdell of Vergennes, is an authoriiedagent.
All the counties in the stale will be visited as soon as
practicable for the circulation of this unrivaled Amer
I). KIMBALL Jr. special Agent for Vt.
Burlington, Sept. 9th 1S11. 15
RAn lbs. dried Beef, superior quality.
W W . . . . STRONGS 4 CO.
au;. t, ion. . II
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