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BURLINGTON FREE PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1847.
fiafcl frcWY0HK AND llOSTON HOOT AND
fit ll SlIOIISTOIIF.. thcSsuhscriberlnvlnii I
received n nmv supply el" Hoots and Shoes nt i
his slore, on Cliuirhstrcct.ivnnlil respectfully call lie;
attention of llii! public In the fullmvina stock I
Lvtjtr.s', It sirs nnd Siioi:s,
Water proof Hootstnnd
" (i nter Hints, ,,f cvvry
" Fine French Calf do
" do do do sewed
" do do Brogans,
" Morocco do
" Stout Cnlf and Kip
" Cltiih Gnltcrsbnttoncd
" Prunella dancing t!ni
" Dancing , Pumps,
" .Morocco Slippers,
" Cnlf do
" Calfslioes.nll kinds,
" Rubbers with leather
" do do Ruckles,
" do I'm'dnnd plain.
Joys' Boots null Shoes
" Fine Cnlf Hoots,
" do Kip do
' do Cnlf and Kip
" Stout shoes, nil kinds,
" Prunella Gaiters mid
VoiifAs' Boot and Short,
" Fine Cnlf Hoots sewed
" do Kip do ilo
" Seal nnd Grain tvd'd
" Call' Hrogans nnd Kip
sew ed shoes,
" Morocco Hoots Slid
' fmn Cullers.
" Vi II n'tm-, litest tyle
(vlll " (JO
" Priiurll.i" do
" French Slipp-rs,
" in-Msb K ,1 ,1,.
" French S itin Slippers.
" G.dd Hroiucd do
" House do
" Stout Hoots ,t)Uskins
" I iyureil nntl plain do
Misses' Hoots anil Mar,
" (niter Hunts,
" Prunell-i Slippers, nil
i ti fi i. f . ti .1
mi-miis, i.ii uoii'rs,
" Stnnt Morocco and
" Rubbers nl nil kiil
Childreu'tlhats and Shoe
french Gaiter Uoot,
" " .Morocco Gaiters'
button nnd lace, ,
" " Huskhis ,fc Sliptier!
" Hoots ntiil Ancle Tiesj
of nil colors.
Gtiilltmrn' Boot and
" Nnpolcou Roots, with
uiul without lops, I
Tiesoi nil kinds,
Al-o, Calloons of nil colors, nod black nnd light silk
pniter ncs eolton laces, .r.
i lie siuiscritier ee N nssttteil t nt nu wno wish 10
make good li-i rii.i in" in the above mentioned nrticles,
win not go nw.iy trom his sh,,p iiissaiineti.
N. II. All km fool Hoot-. SI s, (Sailers, Slippers,
etc., made to order. The .ob-criber has con-tanily in
his cinply tlu Imt woikmen, nnd nil work made by
Hurlinston, March HI7. IHtf
AGRICULTURAL vV ARE-HOUSE
THESUBSCKIUKItS HAVi:TAKKN tiik
Thomas Sroni: o-i College Ftieet tuii doors
F,l"t of the Free Picas Ollice, nml oiler tolhe Fnrinen
ol'Chitlenden, ami the ndjoming counties, a general
iissnrtiuent ol Agricsltur.il Implementconsisting ol
Proutv nii'l .Menrs' Ceutre-dralt Ploughs.
Uurgles, Nourse nnd Mason's do
" " " Subtoil do
Cultivators, Stow cutlers, Kendall's Cylinder
Corn thellers, Seed pianteis, Bush pullers, Carden
Fruit Trees, (irnpe Vines, Oooselierry Bushes, Garden
an, I Plower Seeds nl all kinds.
Theylme made nnniigemeiits for obtaining Fruit
Trees, (dtlie several nrietiesof nppk, pears plums,
l'l, i.... v.., I,,.,., ,l, ah...,,,. ,,,! ll,,ti,,
Nurseries, by which liiey can supply orders on short j
noiieeiiuu at rensounuie prut".
They nr nNo Aurn'4 lor the Allnny Cultivator,
the Agrigultnri6t,the Horticulturist, the Boston lulti
vator, and the New York I'nriner and .Meehauie.
They Inve on hand (Irape Vines, well rooted, of the
following varieties, which ure in condition to be trans
planted tliis Spring vi. :
Isabella, MillerV liurgundy. White Sweet Wnter
nnd Lman drapes, allot' wlmh were tailed in Bur
lingto'i, and arc, of course, well acclimated.
1. SIIATTL'CK ,t Co.
Uurliuglon, March 10 1SI7.
PH,. - ,. , , -j, i. it ui ,-ii.-l-i u quicK, easy
I 111! I'eeli X Npeai , dihvery that no other medicine will, except what the
D If. U G I!ST V II I.ISII 31 K NT. r'' " "J!!!'n "' """'''M's'. 'Imt is congenial w ith na-
J- 1 .V H.I. I . II ..I l. I , TUe . will sot about in Imlf of the time
iti,ACi7A, I I. theydotrentedintlieoldwny.
TUP. subserilier is constantly supplied with, nnd of- It is n sure preventative of Broken Breasts and
lers nt whnlesule nnd retail, American, lOnglish, 1 Hiildbred fcter,nnd the proprietor is w illing to WAR
Frcnch and India I RANT ncure to all wlio mny linvr occasion fur it
PrtUGS; us.- I hose who have ken imposed upon by Quacks
New Chemicals; Leechcsi Surgical Instruments : nnd Qunik nostrums, and hnve the natural fenr ol a
Mineral Tcctntnnl I) Milal articles; Saline or .Mineral second imposition, enn be referred to some of the most
M'ui"s ; 1) igucrrcot),,,. articles ; Genuine Patent nnd respectable Ininiljes in the tow 11.
I hpmsoiiiun Medicines ; l're L'npiors nnd Wines; All ordersfrom n distaiu e.Jpost pnid) will lie nttend
.Sodal'ountnins mil Syrups; Hi c.hes, Perfumes, Soaps, i ed to upon the i-hortest noliee.
Inks, Blackings, Vniiry tmJ Uomenlr ariieles; Olajs- Forale Wholesale and Retail by the Proprietor
Ware ; Dye-Stun", Camiihene, Bird, Fuld, Flower r. WUITCIIKR, and by Ilnrrington J, Uw I
nnd Garden .Seeds, ice. Sir. Agents. '
From the mlvniitnue of receiiiu!? Mineral w-niers. i
Camphene, Li'eches,Ivc.,periodicnIly,purchasers enn ,
rely upon their freshness.
Inuivt.lunl-t wi-hing Tet-M-, l.itilics, &C., Will nl-
ways rind n person in nitendance to apply them.
Medicines dispensed nt rill hours ol night.
SStf TIICODORirA. PECK.
TO COUNTRY TRADERS?
n'lll- briber, nl 1 1 .l r vlr , ,, ,. r , ,f I', , I , n ,1
I Richmond meets, Boston, keep con'tnntly on ' nphlel intended onlyforihe rye of those directly
hand, and olii-r for sale, on themi favorable terms, n ' "'tereste.l and their phjsieians, is prepared for gra
lurge nnd w.-ll s-leetednwinmeiil ol tuitous distribution w line tlie Relief is !,rs,ile.
Y. JNUIA ;OOIIS A- (.IlOC l.'ltll.'S, G.A'BAR'I'llOLlC.tCO.,
.IA, , , llorlieiter.N. V.
ni'prn wo soi i: i r Tiirit i l orsaieby plck t spi;ak,
UI 1 I, AM . (l.l. I.I.A ll I.K, ( thenuthonzedngentsfor this place nnd iciniiv,wi,o
from t!ie lie-t lanuenesin New Lnglnnd nnd New can nl-o supply Druggists at the Proprietors Whole
York. They nlso receive, and sell on commlion, sale price. Octolcr Will 1BI5. 13
Country I'm luce, i rauers i-iinig me cuy are re
Hpeclfully requesied lo call nnd examine heiore mak
ing th'-ir purchases. " Refer lo Jessrs. Follett .
DKXTi'.R. IIAIUtlNliTONvt CO.
Boston, July 30, ISIfl.
rATTIS(l. N'Oi:. . Co . l'al.-nlees nn.l Mnnu
X lacturcr.-,l-.,:il). laiicy Street, New Yolk 3jiu'J
1 niiCD hurte will
commence his season,
April Ut, 18 17, nml
may he louud at the
Sta'hle ol the Pronrie-
tor, Vrt Milton, int.
til Monday, the second of.May Alter that time un
til July 3!fi he will Maud, each week, in
At the SlaM.'ol S. Ward.
Moud'ys, Tuecd'ys, and
At the Siah'.eol the prank
liu Hou-e, Thursdays,
1'ridajs and Saturdays.
l.cnp $S. Season 8 10
Insurance ic ill In1 claimed nn in ires dni used if
hfnre the lime i f I' riling,
PEniOKKB AND DIX ItlPTION.
Silt IIIIN'li Y was hred hy James Hutlnrnte, Kxi ,
ol loni; Islrind. thebreederol Meilnc, Midns, Cip
s" aml oilier lloises, di-tinuislieil in llie nnual.sol
the Turf. He Ins ukeu more premiums, niter closer
....... ...,;,!.. ,i. i.... a ..... ii . i
nig received, betides numerous coiu.t) piemiuius, the ,
rprendiim for the bevl blood hoise, ol the Ji. Y. 1
State Airrieultural Fair, seteial d, Herein eart,-ihe
last, at Auburn. Sent. 17. IS Ifl. ever unwards ol filiv
(oinpetiiors, ndmiiieil to haie been the lineft show ol
mi iiiiv-.'h, rii iii.cm li'll Jiesu ,
sixteen hands hi'h, and veiy muscular, weighs eleven
hundred and a halt inoidiiiiiry condition, isol a bright I
rhestnut color; was never in the harness or on the
Turh is a rem ukablv .ure loal tetter, petfeclly sound I
and heulihy.and in the vipir of file. He was got by r
Henry (theenmpetitor ol Am. IMipse in the great I
race on Iuig Island) hrhy SirAnh), and hebyim. I
ported Diomed. Sill HL'NUY'.S dam the dam of
Prosnect. Sir I.ovtll and l.i luhutiv was em lie no. '
potted Lt Inl.iutiy, (a sou ol 1:.gi.imi Kcmisl) ; er.
dam imp old MLssLM.tr., (the siieol iheilaniofAN.
r,cl.tl'sE,audcelehiated nsu getter ol trottets); g. gr.
dam Uasliawj a a. gr. duni imp TnirllaiTio,uid
to lw the sue ol ilieormiuiir' Morgan." Impontil l.i
Infantry was hied by Uichard (iuTston.Ktn , of Clan
don in fcurrey, and was g.itbyUig Ik-lipseihisdain
OJ l mill, l , "' J. . 1 V llll.l'l KS
i'la vnilie,ll'.vf,n. I
1 lie aDove peuittree may
ilr.ii ei, hy relerente to the Kng Sind llonk, or Am, '
Turl Ri gl.sler.liollllll poe.lon l,e ninnri,..,.-,
sters, in the markets ol 1 ry, Allnuy and New Yoik
.u. -s,.-.... s.. ........ rjicru, oouotn
than tnose 01 ony oilier norse. ine lollowing i,ijr(:
01 nu iii-.uy i n ir "''"''" ', rtui. ri,.,,,,
Agriciiltunti, edited hv A. II Allen, Lsq , who is well
acquainted with both the horse nnd his stock
"Sir llt.Mtv. We have received n circular from
Messrs. Lucius Sanderson .V Co., of West .Milton, Vt.
iiiloriuing us that this line, well bred horse, w ill stand
nt Hurlington the ensuing season. Sir Henry hastn.
ken several premiums at the annual Shows ol the N,
Y. State Ag Soc. Celebrated as the Vermont Horses
olready ore, we think, it duly patronized, this siqirrh
horse win leave a nik-mh-hihu, hiihu win am stilt
more lotheir re nutation as roadsirrs.
Sir. Ilodge, of Cambridge, N. V. an rxnerienred
and obliging groom, who has taken care ol Sir Hmry
for several jelirs.willhavecharKe ol him ibis Season,
Good pasturage will be provided lor man s from a
distance, but the proprietors will not be resHinsible for
accidents or escapes.
llrfrr 10 Mahlon Cottn . Lsn. of Montne her. IV 1.
wnr.l l.oiu'.K,, Cambridge. N V , Win. T Purler.
rl HdilorollheHpiritollheTiines.New Vork.City,
Lliaric8 J.vcicei, .riKrinira t.
LUCIUS HAN DKRSOX.tCo.
N. B. Apriu"''' circular contnining Sir Henry's
rliirrrennd deserintion morent lengih, wiih an ae.
count ol his stock, ond reitilicates ot their character.
and the prices ranging iroiii4 10 usnt which
iiuuiuerii 01 iiieni uaic iwrco ftsHn, iioijf oe uau oy cal
ling on the proprietors or addressin g them ml paid at
WARD &. BOOTT,
(Successors to Jones, Denny Ji Want,)
MASUPACTUUKItS OK f. m OIL AND DYKHOOPS,
tMroRTEns ANIl DEAU.ns t.v
DYE-STUMS, OIKS, SOAPS, CHEMICALS,
U Jlilk Street.
ANtinr.u it. waiid, lit. lloston.
KIIIK IllKITT. S!5m0
if- Cn's Dcjnit for the sateif Mineral
Perth. Hurlinulon. Yrrmont.
Cnustnntly receiving supplies of Ilicuspid Oinn,
Molnr, Pivot nnd Plate Teeth. Also Forceps, Files,
Hold and 'I'm Foils, llxrnvntors, Seniors, Hurrs, Drills
Moulds, .Mirrors, Hrushes, Cnlc'd Plaster, Sir. nt
March 5 1817. ly THF,ODORF.A.Pi:CK.
ORE M'W UOODS. hTKEL tltl.VRRS,
ClnsiisnmlHends. Hold Far Knobs. Cameo Pins.
Iingcr-riug9, nnd Mill nnother lot of Pnrlor Lamps,
jun received by UHIiNS.MAID Si 1IKU 1 IILUS.
March 4th 1817.
K'xpresscs from New-York nnd Host on to
jVrirt- Yvik anil Montreal Express,
Till: F.XPRF.SS WAGONS for lienvy freight,
leave Hurlingtoti fir New-York, and iutenncdi
nte jilaces, cery .Monday morning.
'1 he Messenger for money packages, nnd lighter nr
tirles, will hnve Hiirlitigtou lor New-Yoik, Vc. every
Wednesday morning, and every Friday morning lor
Boston anil M"ntieal Express,
Will leave Hurlim-tnii for lloston. nnd for Mnnimnl
every i rmay iiioininu ,
ill leme lloston lor Hurliimton nnd .Montreal
Jury Tuesday iiioruinij j nnd .Montrenl for llurling.
ton and llo-ion ciery Momlav morning. Packages
nnd orders should be left nt tli: Ollice the day pre
ious to arrivnloi ui! Lxprets.
ifl. ti. Itntlihiin V o.
HAVi: lustiereited their Second purclinseof Fnll
nnd Winter (Joods. comprising n very large as
sortment ol CLOTHS, cassimuki:, VEST
INOS, TKIM.MIXCS Ac, &c.
Shirts Bosoms, Collars, Crnvnts, Senrf, Silk nnd
.men Hdkfs. Illk., Color'd and White Kid (JIoncs
lute nnd Color'd Silk do., Suspenders, Suspende
Lints nnd Shoulder Unices.
Tuilors' .Measures and Crayons.
m. o. nATimu.v,
C. F. WARD.
Nov ai.lSlfi. 843
SKI.UXG OFF AT COST.
TUB SuHscRinrn. about to closh up
his busiiifss nt Williston, oilers for sale his re
maining Mix k of goods nt con. Hnvingns gieat n
nrietyns any store in the county, the present is a
. - '"rl,"uiiies in supply llieiuselti-s at
w hiilesale prices. To his old customers in Williston,
Itiilmioiid and Jericho, lie would particularly say that
now js the time for great bargains.
...t Pll':"c to call and examine for yonrselie
Mllr-ton,l-cu. 10. 3ltf fllS, II. CANFIKLI).
mi: Morinuvs hklief,
TOR TEMM.r F.XCE.NTItlS.
HIS vnlunble nnd highly npprccinted Medicine
was obtained Irom an Indian DocTitr.vs, in the
alley of thei Columbia River, Oregon, nnd since its
i; tr .duction into civilied lile, lins been of more bene
fit to the human nice than nil ,itl,..r ,.:..;......
used. It w ill almost do nwnv the eurse entailed upon
..nr In, ill,,, ra (r,,i 1, ."..III ..II' - - i '
Burlington Vt. Sept. 18 18 Ifl.
ryo MArtltHjl) LAIHi.s, the .Mr.t'her's iieliet, a
1 lliedicuie which soothes the disngreenhle i-ensa-lion
ol Jemales ubout to become tnolhers.nnd insures
usafe delneryin nil enves where mal forinniinnnr
souicunnntiirnl eireuinsiniices do not prevent. The
reputation of thiinrtiele, though silent, lias become so
e.Meuded ns to produce an iinmense demand. A
ixvamjaiim: immii.v roiii'AMo.v.
, :j causes, i reM'iitton anil t ore ol CoiiMiinimon
Ai-tluiia.and Diseawsid the Heart On the Lausol
Lnnqcwiy, and mode of pre.eninu male and feina'e
health, symmetry and heauiy jevpn-ini; rui.tr and
cure of those deseases that prodnde L'onMimption or
fhorlen life, as Adectionsol the .kin Spine Siomi'di
Howels, Kidneys, I.ier. Serolula, Piles, (Iniw I and'
' l'Viuale Complaints.
lis rules, easy, practical, and
i pure, lorni a iruide to perfect health and loii"hle "S
I.UL'raMinrsMlpaL'es. :() cents. Pn-taee 'Jl.-Jrrnts H"" three tiiou-aml dollars worth ol Ccleetic, Jatro
Hv.SAMHi:i, .SIIKI.DOV FITCH A M m n'.leptic and .Mamietic medicine, which he has .lealt
ai 707HHOAD-VAY, NI'.W YOIIIC. '
Any iierson remiiiiui' hltv ccnis. tree, will rm.;.,
one copy, hy mail, to any pan. The trade supplied
January, 18 17. 3am3
uhass ,j- ci.nvm si:i:i),s.
ID. IilXliY&Co. NOW OFFKIIFOH SLK
. a Suierior article of Crass ami Clot er Seeds
Farmers wishinR a nice orlicle will do well lo calland
look of it heiore purchasiui;. March Srt, 1817, 3i)
ALLKX'S Iatk.t C Hiirkl Kkvoiaivr
Pistils, lurSale.at 3fiw.1 .'. V HA.DAI,I,'S.
WASHBUK.V, MCH0LS& CO.
Iiiipartrrx A; Jolilicrx,
85 Kilby Strrul, llnstou,
TMiTG..!''.'" n,"'min "I COU.NTKY MP.K-
I B to a colnnlele asMirtitmnt ..f
r (. C, E,X(il,ISIl, (! Hit MAX A
t Hl.'lf II' I V
.HKH'ilrt IIICl f.OOII.S
suited tothe wants of the i-m, ...
Merchants of this vicinity- are assured thu whatev
advantage the Ilotton .Market piisseSJes over others
may ueloundat this cslablishmcut. t
A S. WASIIIlItllV
V K. NICHOLS,
1 C SMITH,
S. U. SCOT'P
March Ith, 1817
22" lliier Street, Trai), npjmsite the Trmj House,
A.sn DEVtrn in
llru;n nni Mr-iliritu-., I'nliits, Oils, l)ye,
si-i,iii-iiii.y . nriiitiir tvc.f
AFP KUS TO AlKlirillXTS HtKIMl Till-Ill
, l,r'"B purchases a complete nssotiuietit of gisids
7101lfuand at the lovvest maiket prices.
.'itii iii,, mum lie wiillilllis iu oe oi uie ir.r
.Ml cuiams. Mamiaciliiirs and others visiiing
1 , r""1" '"r the purchase ol goods, ore invited to cull.
Troy, .March 15, 1817.
Corner. f,Vn,rci ami Cllee St. Hurlington.
Gi:o. E. IlAHitixnTO.v. I'ltoi'iuirroit.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALER
1 ,, 111
"fu J-nciiiiriiK, Oils, Ciiiiiplicue, I)y
I itill Liquors, Ate, Ac, Ac.
.."""il,'!" Hotamc and Thomso-
For the sale of Jivvit-i-'s ! . ...
MAN'S .Medieinrs, , aLT,, ,'lTl'K ,n"J,?""i-,Medirine..fil,-,.i...
0 1 'I'e iK-pular Patent
Tiiovvln's UtlrinkSS, .-.5. 'x8eM! 'V wlr of,
xiroR, ,lK tiALL s Uteri.
All orders oddressel u will u, .. i.i
te .ll.lolref.llly,Mckcslnd vII rZ ,l,,II,', V"
Vork-Purchnvl exclusively fo T,lu3
CIOCK I". .11.. ut Alio hecarirs' lis II ,-,,,,, ,.ri'u...
and L'ollepestrfcti, when those who with toroiwull
mum c-iivuiu van, sfTlt
.SmiilM' NnrNiipneilln, 1
FOR TUB ULMOVAL AND PI5HMANKNT
CURIIOF ALL IMSF.ASF.S ARISING FRO.M
AN IMPURi: STATF. OF Till: BLOOD
OR HABIT OF TIIK SYSTIl.M,
VIZ.: , ,
Serojnla, or king'tetil, Khentnalitm, obstinate cuta
neous eruptions, piinpltt, or puttulrt on the face,
llotches, biles, chronic, sort eyes, ring xcorinortel
ter, scalilheaJ, enlargement ami pain of the bones
ami joints, stubborn ulcers, syphilitic symptoms,
sciatica, or lumbago I and deseusesarising from an
injudicious use of mercury, ascites, or dropsy, ex
Insure or imprudence in life I nlso, chionic con
stitutional disorders, CfC.
In this preparation nre strongly concentrated nil the
Medicinal properties of Snrsapnrilla, combined with
the most elleciual aids, the most salutary productions,
the most potent simple of the vegitnblc kingdom ;
nnd its unprecedented success 111 the restoration to
health of those who hnd long pined under the most
distressing chronic tnnladicslias given it nn c.inlted
character, furnishing ns It does evidence of its own
The following js an extract from a letter received
from Rev. William Gnlushn :
l!cnKsninr.,Vt., Oct.2'2d, 1815.
Messrs.. Sxts. : I lime been nflhctcd with n severe
pain in my side, occasioned by n diseased liver, lor the
last twenty yenrs ; suffering nt times what language
cannot onvey, hut since taking your Saisupanlla I
hnio been grently relieved, so intieh so thnt I hnve been
nble to nttend to my business, nnd prencli occnsionnlly
lor the last fifteen months. I wholly discarded nil
other medicine, nnd thoroughly tried the Snrsapnrilla ,
which I enn recommend in truth nnd sincerity to nil
those who nre in nny wny ulllictcd w ith nny species of
scrofulouseomplnints. '1 here hae lieen some remark
nlile euies clll eted by its use in this vicinity. Mrs. I.
Shaw, by the. use ol'six bottles, w-ns restored to belter
henlth than she had before enjoyed for tell years, nnd
Mrs. W. letens, who hnd lieen severely nfllictcd
with Lrjsipelas, was finitely cured by the use uf a few
Yours, truly. WM. OALUSHA.
The following testimoninl from the Atretit to the
vnluenf the S.irsaparilla in a cne of liprosy will be
Jead wilhinterest by nil similarly nlllicled :
Heaver, Pike Co. Ohio, Sen. 7, 18 Ifl-
Messrs A II. ht I). Sands : Gents A limn nenr
here used six bottles of your vnlunble Snrsapanlla for
tli lepiosy.nnd hasreccued more benelit hum illhan
nil oilier remedies combined for six yenrs past. It
restored n hand, leg iiid foot Irom n situation that no
riorum would have known they belonged to it human
body, as all .appeared to be one masa ol putril)iug sore.
His hand nnd other disensed parts nre nil restoied to
their nnturnl size nnd leclit (I ; are entirely henled
over, nnd his leprosy cured, lie intends minga few
more bottles to permnnently estnblishhishenhh.
Win, most respectfully, G. W. RA YNOLDS.
l or farther particulars, nnd coiicIumw eiidenee of
its superior vnlne nnd ellicncy, see pnmphlets, which
Iui.ij ue ooiuiiicu o( .vgems grans.
Prciinredniid sold bv A. H. & D. SANDS, Drug
gists, UK) I'ultou-st. corner ol Willinm, New-York.
whii nio by rixiv & Sl'lIAR, Hiitlinglon :
II I' Goss. Walerlmri- St k" I'olliiw M,,i,,..linr
L. L DutchirSt. AlbnnsjM. K Piatt ,t Co., Plntts
burg, nnd by Druggists generally throughout the Uni
Price 91 per bottle. Six bottles for .'.
Burlington, 12 l'cb. 1817. ly.
TIIK RANKING LAClI
DIt. Smith, most respectfully informs the public
that he has purchased of Dr. F.merv. the riirlit to
manufacture nnd sell Dr. Baiming's liigfdy celebrated I
and Invaluable I
, . , , pati:t i.An:, i
which firsurpasses every thing of the kind in market.
And knowing that theaiticle which has been used in
this section has been of an inferior quality, causing
inanyn failure, whereas, if n good nnicle had been
laithlully applied, n cure wouldliave been the result
he has made arrangements lorn supply Irom the ori
ginal filetorvot Dr. Baunini. tlmlelere f.uei. iioiv l,e
perfect and every patient benefitted by it. The Doctor
therelore invites nil who need nnythiug ol the kind, to
give hiin a rail.
Let the invalid consider that the Lace is for the re
bel and cureol the following diseases, which come of n
displacement or weakness of the organs ol the body,
Wcnknew of the breast shortness of breath ; cough
nnd spittingof blood ; palpitation of the henrt;
weakness ol the side and stomach J dys
pepsia ; coMivcncss nnd piles ; pain
in llie back with citrvatiirejbenr
ing down with wenkness ol'
the hips and lower ex
tremities; and droop
ing of the body es
pecially in voiing
The nbnve nnd other analogous affection, Inve
hitherto bnllled nil constitutional treatment ; but since
they have been icw ed ns ' Mechanical' and hnve been
treated bv the ' l.nee' tbev lnv l. .:l, -,.u I
we ran now see n lio-t meases seemingly well or Inlf ,
well, or rombiiied with real disease, re(iiuing medi- 1
cine, who cannot enjoy life or be cured upon common
principles ol treatment ; nnd why I because their I
" hou-e is tailing down," and by binding them up, !
theirpains wmish, and allicaey to internal rcinediesis '
thereby gii en. i
JC-TOnan exnmination of Coinmitter of eminent
medieal men, npioiuted by the American Instituie, n
Pieiuiimi Diiloma was awarded to this insiru-1
N. 11. Thoseaonlied bv Ibeiloelnr. be ii,,irrnf, In
land to benefit the patient; but the same maybe had
,ii ii'iiiiiigion s, woo aisonas nn nsorimeut ot Jcicet s
Medicine, nt the lowest cash prices.
Hoot. .1. Kuiilli
Hf AY he com-iillcd at his roidenec on Cherrv
I.., WeX' "m''. ,wesl o(lhv Congregational
"'""V"' ;"),'"" V"'1' . poueiouauy en-
"" J'ji" insinuations and rile ritupeia-
'""!"' ll'rli"'' Ivmuhii' ol the hincct and Calomel,
'" , ''l"1,"!ir)' iiollnMlhttaiidinn, and he wMich Inn
' ,n"i lMlr",,a ",' uiidewand, that he is not in
''"' '''"'' '''"''I'l""'"' '! or discouraged on account ol
"' "V"'"'""' "en puseciitmii he may receiie
, '". '" 1 """i ' iiyMcinnv lot incyktiuw
' heir cr. is in dainier. It is not strung' that more
imt to his numerous patients in this icinity, in less
ill in l"lir yen is cuilllj: UIUUIIIKK sol cases nucil OKT
oy tne .iieuicai i.icuiiy, us wiiully mailable hy all '
their "Jiillncirs" should excite their Jeais ami call
lorth their bitteirst indignation. Hut let the "colled
jade wince." True, they hae, hy callinjr to their aid
old opinions, old educational piejudicrs, and preju
dices, e.u-itcd and kept up ill the minds of th- people
hyihe law cunning nnd ciaft ol a swarm of hungry
doctors, whose hread and hotter is in daiiL'er, talTcn i
some ire or four freer patients Irom him, in as
many years, with no other nppnient died, than to
hurry them to their craies hut in no rr, hae they '
heel! ahle to show the scpciiarilv of their treatment,
by curing u patient which he could not. i
To prove h")oud all coutroversv and to the entire
satisfaction ol the Public, that' what he has said
above is true, the Doctor olli-rs the following testi
mony of II. i;. Ilubbell, Um , which wilfnotlie
doubted hy any who know him, as a specimen of
hundreds more which he might adduce, were it tie.
"Thismaycertityth.it Duct, Smiih, nl Burlington
t., has imde a ery iinpotiaut rmc upon une ot the
ineinbers of my lauuly-beiiii; an t'letr nnolun" tlie
I"'1 ballled the fkill ol several einiuent Phisic'ians for
....n. v ,., , n, u m.n) me wnoie tool, winch
about lour ) ears, during which tunc the Ulcer con-
tinued to increase and spread. I am lupjiy to say
that, in my opinion the cine would do honor to any
llivsieiim orSiirgcn. 11 I'.. Hl'HULI.L." I
Faiilai, Vt. Aug. 13 'IC.
t V N H I'"ctorSiniIh keeps constantlv on hand I
a 1-irge Stoik ol Leleclie, Iatroleptic and '.Magnetic ,
.iieuieu es, an.t most respectlully invites iiiahdsund
ihoe u) net'il, to rail.
J. V. RANIjALI
HAS just received Irom New York a new nssort
. 'uent of WATCHLS, JKWKLRV and Fancy
:Vl,,f,,.1'' 1 tMn( ,lie f'l-hion, Gold Studs,
ii, 'y ,'""'. (:'.,,d and Pens, Silver Darts, I
Silver Hirds.Gold and SdvrrT.mil, PirLs s;i,.u m,.l. ,
Combs, Shell Hack Combs w lib high lops.Sieel Heads
tvJIags.Clasps. Sieel Purse RingH h Tu,.s t n,r ar-
gest sue, Head anj bilk I'ursss, Ivory Combs, Guitar
Mrings ol the ls-st quality, Rogers' Pocket Knivesand
Scissors ;nud he will kr.pcoitantly on hand a good
assormdito! goods that come fairly m a Jeweler's line
Strong.' Iluilding, College St., )
Hiitlington, Manh, 1817. ( 36
371, MWii'hi,'iii Stmt, Hostox.
JA- W. T. ADAMS having opened this new
J, niul sph ndid I Intel, beg lenve lo assute the pub
lie that noihuig shall Is? wnnting lo make it equul Iu
nny other in the Union, and not second to any,
Novendier, 1816 9m6
it i si: on xo nisi:
111 Shoes and JJools !
Tim I is tlie;(JuttlonI
THOS. 0. WALES is dktpkmixkd.notto
raise the iitieeof SHOH.Sif lie can ossdily help it,
although all the dealersoa credit , nre paying nndusk
ingn rise inconsequence of leuihcr and work having
advanced Irom III to 20 er rent but the Heady Cash
will do wonders. Come on, all ye Cash layer, and
see lor yourw lve. nt the
Only Kiitir Cnh
H'llOLESAr.r.AXD JOBIUXG SIIOESTOUE
ix nnsTthx, Xu. l'J n no a d stjieet,
COItXEIt OP CEXTllAL STJIEET.
On llnnd .1 splendid Bssorliurnl of fine and com
mon BOOTS X. SIIOUS at Low- Piico. 36.;nt
New Vott k,
A. M. FRKUMAN.
O Liberal adi duces on (oiistgttJ?icttfs
Mess. Sitydain, Sage it Co. New York
" John Johnson's Son, "
" P. Si W, Martin,
Freelnnd, Slunrt itco. "
" I!. P. . A. Woodrulf, "
hlnntoii & Frost,
" J. Palmer iV.cn.
, III. J liyior Ol. CO.
" Follett Si. Bradley, Burlington, Vermont.
Wm. laylor &.co.
v... ,jiu ,,ieeco, iieiutii in ,
Lawrence Brnhierd,Pres'l,St. Albans,
Joseph Warner, Cash'r, Middlebury,
A. L. Callin, Pres't, Orwell,
John A. Conaiit, Lsq., Brandon,
George T Hodges, Pres't, Rutland,
Ildn. .Myron Clark, iVancliester,
September, 11th 1810.
lion. L7rn .Meech, Shelburne,
ri:itu-iOi A.- siik;k.iiai,
IVo. 1 Water Street,
Jas. S. Ferguson. GAnniNEr. Sherman.
Messrs. Draper, Aldrieh ff I'rink, 1
" Townsi nd.Snyre ! Clark, New York.
M J. i J. F. Seymour, )
' Phillips J; Cuvler Albany,
123" J. .j J. II. Peck, if Co Burlington, Vt.
JEWELL, HARRISON &. Co.
C in in i m s i o ii M e r e li a n t s,
And Dialers in
PRODUCE AM) PROVISIONS,
Tin. HO W'ntvr Strret,
Ilftwccn Cocnties Slip ami IJroad strcrt,
Altm. S. Jewell, )
S. I). Ilarriin. f
C. U. Van WnKcncn. ) M3M YOItK.
Messrs. Kollctt .S Hrf.(llcy,IInrlinc(on.
J.&J. H.iVcI. &.Co.
Alhany Apriculfrl Warcliousc X, .Seed Store.
uiioi.r.ur.i: ami r.i.TAii.,
Kos. io& 12 oiti:i:x sl.alhany, n. y.
TIlKSuHsciunnit invi.vci iiixomi; tiik sou:
proprietor of (lie nbute estnlijirlnnent, lias moeil
tlii same to the tp.ieioii1 Store Jsch. 10 Vi (Jreen st.t
Albany, niitl now otl'ers the bit collect inn nml nsort
nient in be tninui in the country, including every thiiii
used by the rannernml (Inrdener' amonwhi 'i .viU
b luund Ilorfu Towers nnd Thrchers, (Irit .MilN,
HnrH1 Rnkcs.l'km?, several kiiuN, thn ol Kn-j-Nt'iire
if .Maon.niul l'routy ifc. Menr, ol Maw ,
.Minor ifc Horton.ol I'etk'-kill, N. Y.,and K'veral oth
er? ; IIovcjs niul t1teeJiH Spirnl liny Cutleis, nlso
Wheeler's iitul ollicin; Corn h'cr8 lor hand, j-ewrnl
kiml,alo lor IIot?e power; I'annini; .Mills, Knki,
(nicllef.freythe-', IlTrrop,CuIiiator( Seed and Corn
l'lantens wveral kiiuN, nKo Shovel-', Hot', Spad'-.o,
I"'ork, Chain", Yoke", Hows, c.f c. A No every
variety ol I'ield,(irn.CIatden, Hr-ibnnd Flower Seed.,
all warranted ol thf j;riwt!i o 13 Ifl, and neniiini- and
true to their tunnc ; thenltentinii uf Dealer, K;i niters
nnd (ianlenrs is Miheited, as the prices are uniturtn
nnd all articles warranted KitNlaeiorv.
nri iiou' riTftiniir imu1
.smu.lii solHADDLIiltY, Coach and Sli-lf IIAKD-
AI!I in all its varieties. Also, Drugs and Medi
cines, Taints, Oils, Varuislies, etc.
Will continue his Auction Sales on tlicS
1 aliernoons of ' 11
WKDNIItiDAYS AND SATIIHIVWK
A larite iinautity of Household furniture of
.llli:.nit .l..rii,t;.id u-nl 1... ..O....I ......,!. ..
Stoves and i Pipe, Also, Dry (ioods, Cutlery, Hoot
and Hlmes, etc., which Kl likewise he solil at priiat
sale clicapar than can he purchased anv where else,
nuriiiifiiou, nn, ;Vmo
NATIONAL LOAN FUND
uvk .vs.suit.vM'i: nocii:tv or
" A Pavings Hank for the hem lit of !,c Widow and
the Orphan "
(rvirovvrnrn iiv Acror rvni.tAvrT )
CAPITAL, AV(K,0(l(l.-terlinu, or 8a,.-.(tl),(M)r
Reside a reserve fund (from surplus premiums) of about
T. I.AMII:MUI!I:AY,I.i. (leorgcst. Hanover
sipiare. Chairman of the Cmtit of interiors in hindnn.
J'husiciauJ. KI.1.IOTSON, M. D., F. 1! S
Actuary XV S II, VOOI,lOHS' Lso. F. H.' e.
.Vcrcuiy-F. F.CA.MKOUX, li,,.
rPlllS IN'STITUTIO.V embraces important and
A substantial advantages with tetK-cl to life ntu.
ranee and di lerred annuities. The assured has, on all
occasions, the power lo borrow, without expenteor
forfeiture of the pohcy, two-thirdsoi the preiniums
paid ; also the option ol selecting benefits, and the con
versioiiofhisiiitereststo meet other conveniences or
Assurances fur terms of years at the lowest possible
Persons insnrrd for life, can, at once, borrow lial
amount ol annual premium lor live successive years, on
their own note ami deposit (if policy.
Pu:t of tiil Caiitai. is ih:hxcv.y invested in
the United States, jn ilK. names ot three of the Local
Directors as Tiustees available alwavs to the au.
red in cae- of di-pulcd claims (thould any such arise)
The payment nf premiums, half.) early or quarterly,
atu trilling advance upon the annual late.
No charge lnr stamp duly.
Thitly d.i)9 allowed atiereach pnyment of premium
beeoiues due, w iihout loileilure olnohev.
Traveling leave eten-ivc and liberal, nnd extra
premiums on the must uinilcrute scale.
Division or I'rohts The lem irkable success and
increiiFed prosperity ol the Society h.isctiahhd the Di
rector., at the last annual investigation, todeclarea
lourth bonus, varying from 35 to pr cent, on the
premiums paid on caih policy eliectid on the profit
I'MTF.n Stitei Hovr.nor I,oc.vi. DinEcTor.s (Chief
wince lor America, . vv nn-t )Aeir- ) uiA Jacob
Harvey, Kx) , I'haiiman ; John J Palmer, Ks, , Jo.
iiathau (looilhue, 1ii .James Hoorman, llso ,tieor"e
Iln...ln.. ('... ' t . II 1.. I I,.. .
Harclay, lit.., Samurl S How land, I! .Ooiliam.
Worth, i:si , Samuel M. I'm, i;.,., William V
1'hilade tiM-l'lciucnt I Hiddle.llt'ii ', l.ouisA. no-
dey, .lieorge Ken Orahain, Cs.i , William Jones.
h'lltimorr Jonathan Meredith, I'.-ii .Samuel I loll'
tuan.llsq.Dr J. II. McCulloh.
J. Leander Starr, flrtirrr.! Acrn, nn.l IMunr.l !'
Ruhardson, l .General Accountant, for the L'nited
Stales and Hritish N A. Colonics.
Medical r.xuiniurts. Ncw-Voik J. Kenrnv llo.l.
L'els, .M D. Ill) lllrrrker.st.! Alrvnil..r ! H.,,,.1,
M. I), 101 Frankhn-sl.; S. S. Keetie, M, D., 290
(.Medical Examiners intend at 71 Wall.st and No
131 Howery at 3 o'clock P. M. daily. Fee paid bvtlic
Standing Counsel William Van Hook, F.so. 39
1'iaul.eis The Merchants' Dank.
Soliriloi John Hon.-, Lsq 11 Pine-st,
Cashier Henry L.Cuthp, IV-p
An Act in respect to insurance for lives for the lie.
nrhlol married women, pasM-d by the Legislature of
New. otk, 1st April, 1810.
lamphlets.blaiik forms, table id rates. lists ofngents,
jVe. iSte. obtained at the I hiel'tlllice 71 Wall-ti. 131
Itowery. or liom ruber ol the Agents throughout the
United States, and Htui.h North American Colonies.
, James . Illinois, Agent lor Uuihngton and Vi
cinity Lloxakii Marsh, M. I). .Medical Hxniuiner.
GliJRi.E I'. llot(,iiio, IVsi , Agent St. AHuui's.
Ni.wton H. IU, ,, I, l,li, l I',,,,,,,,,,,
s7,. ..ii'm, e.
Uurliuglon. 12th February IH17.
f . ffli fill v.
flllll. Suliscrilier is innnufacluring, and is prepared
1 tu build to order, ollkinds of
.','1 . Regulators, c.
A II unrli i,,..,.i I ,':. ?..:ii I ...I ...I.I.
" ...i Mb,,-,, , nun, will VO l lllllini null
neatness and despatch. His Machine Shop is situa
ted m.Moiiliielier.llireeiiiilesfroiiillie village, on the
rojdto V orcester and St. Albans.
J'he subscriber is confident that he can build n good
j Card or Jack, as enn lie procured iu New L'ugland.
I hose running Ids Machinery pronounce it to run as
we I as anv in use. tvtl.tllUtlnUT r
Montprlier.lVo 12, 1SI6. 23f
rpL'iNINOI'OltKH, Violin and lias, Viol Slrintrs of
I. the best quality, just received by llxtircss, at
'I AND ALL'S.
npHRBADS. lOOOi.ns. Cotton Tint had,
M. white and assorted, 100 lbs. Linen do
Jan. 2i: 31 VILAS XOYLS.
SILVER SPOONS. A good assortment
of Silver Table, Ten, Desert nnd Salt Spoons,
kept constantly on hand. To prevent any imposition
we would add that they nre Inntkcd ' Vii.as. !i Noves,
HcRt.t.NuTON,' and nil such will be icarranttd, hy us
ns a good article of Silver. January U'J,
COIj'D Cambrics. 2 Casks colored cam
brics 1 Case Silncins, For sale by
Jon. S'J. 31 VILAS it NOYKS.
THIS rOUTKR, bring manufactured from some of
the most celebrated Knots of Germany nnd the
United Slates, nets powerfully ns a 1'urifyrr of the
lllood. and is the best CATIKlt.lrviV ,, ,i;,v.,.
i d for the cure of DYSPEPSIA. The must Tree
and liberal use of this beveiage, so far from being fol
lowed by an unpleasant reaction, tends to rcstoic, legit
ime nnd invigorate the nervous system The most
delicntc females may partake of it, not only with int.
ptuiily, but with the most sensible advantage.
i The Ant! Dyspeptic Hoot Potter is composed en
tirely of vegetables, and as a temperance beverage, is
The following Gentlemen Inve been nppointed
agents for the sale ol the above, nudasthey will keep
a supply constantly on hand, all ordeis, written (r
verbal, addressed to them or the Ptopiictor will be
promptly attended to.
vv. I IImII m ii vii.i.iui
G. W. Patmelee, Druggnsl Hiistoj.
Messrs. C. T. ,v-. C f). Slevrlls. V.-rrrrnneo
Manulactured in Burlington, Vt. by
v r ooveov
1- . ow.s
r or sale in bbls. kees and bottles, sent In nov oiitt r,f
the United Stales.
December, 18 Ifl. Sfitf
The New llngliiiul
MUTUAL Lll'i; IXStTHAXCli CO.MPAXY,
HAVK established an ngeney In Burlington, Vt.,
and will irrant tiolicies on the .Mutual nrinriole.
on as lavorablc terms as nny similar institutions in this
country or Knglnnd.
For the better security of the Insured, In addition to
the amount reeeiv ed lor premium , deposit and policies,
this company has n guaranty capitnl ol Sloo.iKXi, one
half of which was paid in and salelyinvesled before the
company went into operation, nnd thehahnce is liable
to he tnlled in whenever the business and exigencies of
the company shall require it.
The object of this company istofurnMi every onean
apportunity to make n sinall'amiual saving during his
hie, for the benelit of his lanuly after hisditease, with
out pay imr any more than is actually required to meet
the requisite expenses and payments of the company
At the cvpiration ol every period of live yenrs, each
member is entitled to have liis deposits, r so much
thereof ns remains unappropriated. credited lo him on
account ol his future premiums. He is nNo entitled to
receive nacK, at uie same time three-lourilisol the sur
plus of his premiums over nnd nbove what may be
requisite to meet the liabilities ol the company, to the
lne'u of the income of which, lie will be entitled rs
long nshe remains a member.
SCAI.i: OF AXNI'AI. PA YMfiNTS,
lOR EACH HUNDRED DOLLARS.
, On a I On a '
policyl For Tor policy For For
Age lor thei seven one Age lor the, seven one
whole j ears, year whole .years, yeur.
It) 91.3.1 4(173 40.78 3f.,2 7l -sl.SS el,2fl
11 1.37 11.72 0.71 37 2.81 'l.l3 "l..KJ
12 1.11 0.71 0.70 38 2 'J3 1.18 1.32
13 i l.ll U.7G 0fi7 S'J 3.01 1.53 1.33
II 1.48 0 80 tl.fi7 II) 3.1fi 1.5S l.H
1.') 1.53 0.HI 0.72 41 3.27 1 C3 1.51
Ifi 1.5f, 0.87 0.78 12 3 3'J l.CS 1.57
17 l.f.l 0'Jt) 0 82 13 3 52 1.73 1 CI
18 1.63 Olri 0.83 II 3C3 1 t'J 1.C3
l'J 1.70 0U3 0 88 15 3 81 1.87 1 1.L7
20' 171 0.'J8 O'Jl If, 3 'Jf. 1. 1,71
21 1.78 1.00 0.U3 17 1.13 2 07 1.78
22 I 1.83 1 02 0'.i5 18 -1.31 1 2 18 i l.b3
23 1.8S 103 0'J'J l'J 1.50 2 30 l.'JI
21 , l.'JI ' 1.08 1.01 50 1.71 1 2.41 l 2 08
25 1.98 1.11 1.03 51 l.'J2 2 581 2.23
26 2.03 1.13 1.03 32 5,15 2.71 1 2 32
27 1 20'J 1.13 1.07 53 5 3'J 2,'JI 2.15
28i2.15, 1.17 1.10 51 5 66 3.17 i 2.55
23 2 21 1 20 1,16 53 5'JI 3 13(2.71
30 12 28 1.21 1 17 56 6.21 3.72 2 01
31 I 2.31 123 1 19 57 G 57 ' 102 , 3 13
32 , 2.12 1.23 1.20 58 6 'J2 4.31 1 3 12
33 2.19 1 28 1.21 59 7 28 4 67 3 76
31 2.59 1.30 1.22 CO 7.C3 5 01 4.17
33 2 66 ' '' I . . .
Thus, a person at the age ol 23, in order to secure
9100, to hi family nt bis decease, pays annually during
hislilea premium ofiI,7'J, and depo-it ol &o 19, and
one at 33, a premium nf ,2,IOaud depo-it ol i.iiv:r,,
W1LLAUD PHILLIPS, PrJsident.
Willard Phillips, James Hend, Thos. A. Dexter
Hubert Hooper, F. C Lowell, 1! 1 l'orl-,
William I'arsoiis.George II. Kulm P. Wninwri'dit,
Chas. P. Curtis, Wm. W Stone. Otis Tufts.
Applications for insurance received, and pamphlets
containing lull particulars as wellns the act of incor
poration and by-laws of the company. furuMicd bv
S. WIKFS:, Agent.
STATF, .M UTU.rT.IFinssUUAXCK CO.,
OF WOltCKsTI'.lt, .MASS,
Hon. John Davis, 1'iojdoiit.
rpiin undersigned continues to net ns a"cntnfthe
1 above coinpanv, nnd olfcrs lo take risk? on lives
according lothelollowingscaleof premiums: viz.
Premiums of Assurance for 9100.
z. ! .' .
h if Is. Kl SS
IJ 1 s
s. ijj '
. e I if a
15 0,66 93,91 41,10 JJOSI
16, ,67. 1,01 1,13' 20,76
l,27 .7,53 2,13 $33,09
l,.i-; ,,s.i v.'il
1,37 S,07 2.2-1
1,39 8,21 2,3d,
l,.. 8,12 2.5i,
1,37 8.ot 2.67'
1.37 'I.0.1 2,76)
1,31 S.I5 2s7
1.11 3.31 2.9S
1.16 8.611 3.11
I 53 9,tl 3,23
1,63 9,56 3.11
,671 4,01' 1.16 21,17
,6il 1,06, 1,19) 2l'iJ
,6S l,0sl 1,22' 22.01
,r,S 4,111. 1,21 2J.IH
1,2.1, 1.3J 23,11
IjJ 1,36 23,93
1,73, I,3J 21,18
l.'JS 1,11 23,06
5,21 1.19 25,61
,'JI 5,11 1,51 26,26
,93 5 63 1,59 26,87
,97- 5,79 1,631 27.13
,981 3.8I 1.6S, 27.98
,99' 5,90 1.7J1 28,52
1,00' 3.97 1,77 2J.08
1,75 10,2-1 3,5S 43,39
1,92 11,21 3,76, 16,62
2.13 12.13 3.96 17.S7
53 2 3i 13.77 1.17 19.17
1.02! 6,111 l,82 29,6'
56, 2,61 15,16l ,o' 50,19
57 2.90 16 5 1,61! 513
5s. :t 1? 1? tt 1 1 .
1,06 6,31 1,8 5 3J.3il
1,11 6,59 1,91, 30.96
l.Ifii 6,90 2,oo! 31.65
l,22l 7,211 2.071 32,37
5'j; 3,12 will 5,lf,j 5l!5,
60 :t 6!1 on 16 1 !' 7O
A trilling deposit ami a small premium note ore al
so required, to guatd against contingincies.
Thus, a person at thcuge of 25, may secure to his
family, nt Ins death loo, by the annual payment ol
41,11, an annual dcio-it of tune cents, and a premi
um note ol thutv one cents, nr the sum ot sliHHI Li
the annual payment of 1 1,10, mi nuuiinl il"K,sit of
ncrinsHiiii a pieiiiiuiu noieoi ?o,io i jie preimutll
note is taken to gu dag:iin-l the contingency ofgreat
aim unusual mortality, nut tne inrectois nave great
conlidence II the belie! that their pa) ineut will never lie
eiuieuior. a large proportion ol llie prolits ol the
Company is eveiy third jrnr, distributed niuong the
eAillill! tsllil'ies. bv beillL' nddrd lo llie tiiin t.,4iu.ri.
ivrly insured j thus continually increasing the amount
tu lie nam on the death ot the iurwi in.,...l 'l-l.
policies may lie made lor the hem lil, generally of
.... , y, c-).,sii,(..uy lor ine orneui ol ms
ue iiiiucouuii-u.ui wiucn tatter case, the sum III
surrd is lMV01ld the reach of bis err, lit,,,.
The character of the President and Directors of the
company is a guaranty ol the sah ty with which a
....... in, I,,, y f , ,,,, l)e.
cease, however unable he may Iscoinehylatlure in
business, or otherwise, p, provide for them
The company has a guaranty capital of SltHtiHX)
one hal of w hiidi is paid in and invested in the slocks
ofthe I nited States, iheState of Massachustts, the
city ol lloston, and it, notes secured by bond and
mortgage ol uniiicuiulierrd real estate in Mossachu
arlis. worth three time, the aiiiouut loaned thereon.
I he remaining hall of the guaranty capital is lia
ble to beral rd lor, whenever the interest, ol the
company shall require it.
Applications inoy he made to the subserilier. who
RurlingtonDcc. 1. ISIo'0" "'
Spring I'lislilun for 1817.
j C. A. SEYMOUR con.NKR or Strongs'
M building opiiosite Messre. J. et J. II. Vck Si
Co., olfi-rs for sale ll.isofall kinds and ofthe la
tcsitashion, ilsoagreat variety of
suitable for Ihe season, of the New York
. u,..s,u,r, iu sviutii lie HI
vilcs the attention of purchasers. Hitsmadeto order
on short notice. 39w(t
Hurlington .Manh'.'l, 1817.
W HATCH, Gun Smith, would in
Form his customers, that he has employe onp
experienced workman from the south, and intends to
keep, constantly on hand, Gu.vs, better and cheaper
than any ever ollered ill this market.
tST Shop one door south of the Jail, Church Street.
Hurlington, July 10, 1816.
Iiust ritoor iuo.n.
For Roofino. Window Shutters, &e.
rilflK SlJItSCltllllCIlS beg to cnll the attention
Jl. of nil those interested in roofing, to their GAL
VANIZLD TLV PLATLS, nnd to the mnny ad
vantages which they possess over nil tnetalic nnd
other substances hitherto used for this purpose, pos
sessing ns they do, the strengh and lightness of iron
without its liability to rust, having now been tested
several jear, both in this country nnd iu '-rope.
Tliey ore also less subject lo expansion alii'
lion fn in sinhhn changes ol the ntmospj,, . ui
common Tin Plate, Iron, Zinc, Sec, or u iy i ,1a i
metal now used tor roofing, nnd consequent!) ii ,i a
much belter and tighter root, requiring lnr lesiieitiieiit
repair, w Inlst the lirst cost is but a trifle moie.
The subscribers would also rail the attention of all
dealers and vvorkeri iu mctnls.to the many oilier pur.
i ioscs to which Iron thus protected, can be applied,
n general termsitis applicable to all orticlesot iron
which it is desiiable to protPd from the action ol the
atmosphere. And they would especially call the at
tention of those interested in TCL'lXJItAPHIC
LINL'S, to their Galvanized N iie, which is now al
most entirely used iu Furope.and w Inch answers ev cry
purpose ns a conductor ol electricity, costing only
nbout one half as much ns copper, and possessing equa'l
durability with that metal.
Having lately erected works in tin's city for the
puipose of galvani7ing nai'.s, spikes, bolts, wire, Sic,
they will be ahle to furnish any articles which may be
desired. A supplyof Plates (manufactured in Ilurope,)
constantly on hand, from 16 to 32 wire guano,
. ci:o. h. Mtminvoois&co.
Nos. 1 1 nnd 16 Heaver st New York.
The Patent Right fortius article has been secured
for the United States ns well as Great Hntain, nml
other Luroponn countries, nnd all legal tneosures will
be taken to prevent any infringtiieut by importation
Oct 30 1816. 18yl
HAVING JUST ARRIVED FROM NEW
ork, with n large and fashionable assortment
ot Watches, Jewelry and Fancy Articles, which lie ol
fcrs lor sale at very low prices, nt his
.' Jew I'ler't Shop,
In Strongs' Pudding, College street, directly opposite
t Cole ,t Itobuison's Slore.
The citizens of Hurlington nnd vicinity are respectful
ly iuv itrd to call and examine his goods for themselves.
His assortment consists, in part, as follows.
Gold, Hnglish Patent Levers, Anchors, Cylinders, nnd
Lepmes; Silver, Lnghsli Levers, Anchors, Cylinders
lupines and Common.
Gold Pencils Pons,
Gold Lockets, Go ird Chains, Keys and Seals, Specta
cles, Thimbles, Heads, ;ar Ornaments, Lnamelled
and vvith Stone settiinrs. Gold Itmerleis. Cln.,,
Hearts, Crosses, Fob and Vest Chaines, and a great
IHrsiint I'inser Kings,
Pins and Hrooehes, ol the latest stye, or Indies and
Gentlemen Silver Spectacles Thimbles, Pencils,
Cold and Silver 1'ooih-picks, Ndver Uutter Knives,
with A'llver, Pearl or Ivory Haudlis,
Warranted as cood as the Coin Prnrl nn.l Shll
Card Cases, Steel lings and Purse Clasps, Steel Heads
mite Kmc, with pars and tassels. Silver Plated and
German Silver .Spoons, German .Silver .Spectacles, and
Steel Tw eeers. Cheap Meet .Spectacles, Key Kings,
and a large assortment of
lingers' Razors, Kuifrs and .Srisnrs. Wade and Hutch
er's Razors, warranted. Chapman's Razor Strops,
IM I..A ln.. 1!.n.l.l i ' '
-ltUtlll S!UU, mui 9 Vll , ,11 IU
Various patterns of i'hell, Horn anj Ivory
Coral Heads and Necklaces, Cloth, lint. Hair, and 1
'p i. ' '
Music Hoes, Violins, Hass Viol and Violin Strings of,
the best quality, Clarionette Reeds, etc. !
All kinds of Watches, C!ock9, Mnsic-Iioxcs and I
Jewelry, Clenned nnd Repaired at the shortest Notice.
Ojd Gold nn.l v,lv.r tLsii lo exchange lor goods or j
November lllh, IS in.
D (SOLUTION OF COPARTNi:iiSHlP.-The!
copailiieiship heretiitoreexisting.miderthr name 1
ol M. SWAIM vV SON, was diss,rd on the 21st
ol July last, hy the decease of the said Wm. Swnnn,'
and the business is now, ami will lie in future, conduct-'
ed exclusively hy the subscriber, who has bad the sc
charge ol tlicni.muficturiiig ofthe Panacea and Vcr- 1
iniluge for the last tnum-cn years. 1
The Panacea will be put up as usual in round hot-,
ties, timed longitudinally, with the following letters
blow n 011 the glass:" Swain's Panacea, J'lulada,"
nnd the only chance made is the name ol JAS.,
SWAIM stamped on the sealing wax, and icritlen on I
the laliel corrriujr the cork, nnd a new lal-cl lor the
side ol thu bottle, composed ol geometric lathe wotk,
coinnri-ingnine diflerrutdies, winch have been turned
ior ine exclusive use ol the proprietor, by Draper it
Co., bank note engraver ol Philadelphia Four dies
of dilierent patterns fonn the body of the work, and in
the centre is a portrait of the late Win. Svvaim.sepa
rateittrom the borders lv two ciriles of lalbe vvoik.
The words Swaim's Panacea," are engraved con
spicuously on two turned stnps,atidu large snni-circu-l.irdie
lorms the upper margin The bordeis a re com
posed of plain lathe work strips, outside ol which isen
graved iusmall letters the entry of the eopv-right.
Philadelphia, Aug. ltflfl. JA.MLS SWAIM.
SWAIM'S CHLLIIRATI'D PANACLA.
roit the cum: of
Scrofula, General Debility, White Swelling,
Hhrumautm. Deseases of the Litei ana
Skin, and all Dextascs aribli g 11. n
Impurities a) the lllood, ir the
ejjetts oj Jlntuiy.
SWAIM'S PANACFA has lieen for more man
twenty-live ycais celibratid 111 this countiy and 111 1
1, ui, - torus rAinioiumary cures lor llie celtltlcale
ol whiihreleieiice is made to the dim lions nnd boi k
(wlnihiuay be bud (-talis) accompany ing the Pa
ll has been used in hospital and piiv ate practice, and
hasbadthe singular tuitune ofbriug ricoiiiinrudedby
the most celebtated physicians and other eminent per
W Gibson, M D, Professor of Surgery, Pa, Uni
versity, Valentine Mott.M I), Professor of Surgery, N Y
W P Dewecs.M I) Professor Midwifery.Pa. Uni
versitv. N Channian.M D, Professor Physic Pa. University.
T Paike, M D, President College Physicians,
Dr Del Valle, Piof.-sor Medicine, Havana.
Jose Ijourcnco da Lux, ProU-sor Surgery, Lislvtin.
J Chiiiman. MrmlM-r It,,il ri,ll..r s,ir..,.,,c
Ii W Irving.lateMinisierto S-ain.
SirThomas Penrs"ii, Major General Iiritislt Army.
Gilbert Robertson, llntisfi Consel, Ac.Vc
Andalso, the vvouderlul cures elfeeiedbv Swnim's
Panacea have lor many years made it an invaluable
remedy. The Pnnactu does not contain mercury in
any lonn, nnd lring on innocent preparation it may
be given tolhe inosttiudtr inlntit.
Till; RLTA1L PRlCi: llASHIIFN RIUn'CF.D
to One Dollar and Fifty Cent, per Isillle, tconlauuiig
three hall pints,) or lim e hollies lor Four Dollars.
ALSO - SWAIM'S VF.RMI1TGF..
A valuable Family Medicine, It-inga highly nppro
vrd remedy lor nil de-eases arising Irom Debihlvolthe
Digestive Organs, such as Worms, Cholrra Morbus,
Dysrtitrry.l ever and Ague.llieeding Piles.Su-k llea
daihe c Ac See the pamphlet (whuhliiuy be had
, Kiuio ui 1 uni-iuiii nig in 1 rimuuge.
I . AGIINTS.
1 New Yoik II II jscluellrliiuV. Co,
I Ltverpool, Fug James Watson.
Havana LG Meluet
1 Valparaiso Alex Cross,
1 Huenos Ayres O J Hayes ,V Co.
! St ThoinasA II Rise'
1 Canton J Swords,
. Sandwich Islands III, Henson.
Calcutta lluirnagle sV. Co.
lth Feb. IHIti. 3Ji3
v.vi.i'.viii.i: hi: vi, i:vimti: roits.11.1:.
1111, .-uossrii er, oeing aoout 10 remove 10
Hurlington, olUrs for sale the IoIIowii.l pro-iH-rtv.
situated in and near ihe villaiieof Wil.
The Hrick Store, formerly occupied by Nichols
Chittenden and Co., to which is nttachrda large slore
huose, woodshed, smoke house, txic, and acre ol
land also die goojsnow on hand in said store.
Also. The dwelling house lormrrly occupied by
I.li Chittenden, wiiliihe out buildings and lOacrts
ol laud Ihe'rtu adjoining,
Also. A family nig one mile South ofthe village,
coniainmg HC acre, ol land iu a high state of cultiva
ion, well lencrd and watered, a good dw idling house
pani and all the necessary oppurlenances, for carry
in-r m thelarmmg business, thereon situated.
1 he above property will lie sold together or itiea.
frate 111 reels, to tun purchaseis.
v.nr.lur"" Pttifr apply 10 the suls-criber at
FINE BOOT 8.
Lndir t'Gnltrr Ilnol, llttir llnntt, ii,',
l...tlili(Iii.aclolli,'l,..w Tie, a,',,';;"'!
OY MA, Ki.VDS, JLVIli: TO Oltimil HU)M tup
licst selected Stock, nnd vvARitASTr.ni.viLii,,RT
.vo.vr. olCity manufacture, in point ol style, wrirkiuui.
shipor durability.at XV N MAUTIN'i
Strongs' building, College St , Sign ol the ttd 'tCD
Hurlington, Vt,. February '17 33n.6
MKLODIANS. FlVK DIFFKRKN'T K I.N 1)3 Or
Mclodians round and flat keved.,solil by
WARRENS, HART & LESLIE,
-Tito Y, X. ) .
FOR THE SPRING TRADE,
To Country Dcnlcrs.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TAKEN
tl.c two spacious Stores. Nos. 211 and 213, on the
West snleot River Street, Troy, New York, betvietn
the Mansion House and Troy House, a b w doois
abuvi their tinner place ol business, They have now
on hand n large stock, and are constantly rccuving,
every description, ol Hardwore, which will be idlered
to the trade at tlielowefct market prices.
ITfiril f American, f (L) Hug Mister 'best,
Ann S Lngh'h, vinolJ Gertiiau, an kinds,
MurtMGuman, Mccl) Cast, (every shape,
Russian, (. Amer. Si Spring,
,, J Swedish, ( Cut,
,ro"' 1 .Norwegian, Xnlls j Wrought,
(.American, t Horse.
Together with all shapes of Null, Scroll, and Stake
Iron (best qualityi, Round nnd Square Iron, .adsues;
Ilorte-nail rods, (all descriptions j Coil Chain 'prov
ed;, Fnglish and American Viles. llurdeu's Hoat Si
Ship Spikes, and Hore Shoes 'at Factory prices;
Wrought. md tnalcable Iron-Ware of oil descriptions
ci....t ( Rus-ian, I. C. ( Iron iul sizes)
Iro" I Amer. ( Lxtras. ( Stiel "
Tiiiinon's Gondt. W. II. tt L.,nre ngenls for the.
sale of Tinmen's tools- Sheet Hrats, Pig, Uar, and
Sheet Lend, nnd Lead pipe.
Pumps, of the most npprnved patterns Shovels,
Scythes, Forksnnd Axes lrotn the best manufacturers.
Hoe st Co.'s uiul other Mill, Gang, Circular and X
cut saws ; Coach, Saddler's and Harness lrimr1.11.53
Files of various manufacture and ol best quah'y itc ,
Szc ,SiC, Comprising a very large and general as
sortment of Fancy and Heavy Hardware suited to tne
Trade. WARRHNS, HART A. LCSLKY,
Sign of the Anvil and Sledge,
33m 1 211 and 213 River St, Troy, .V Y.
I1LT.R. MILL STONES,
n. r. wiriTi:,
No C, Morton Block. Milk street. Rostov,
f ioxti.ntks to import and keeps
J constantly for sale, an extensive assortment of
ofthe most approved Patterns, From long experience
in the Manul.icture and sale of this article, the Ad
vertiserisrnabIedtoluriii.il liters vvith more perfect
and durable Cloths than can be found clswhere and at
very low prices.
French llnrr Mill Slum's of nil sizes, manu
factured nt the Massachusetts State Prison.
Sept 1 1SIG JlpI
VOTICE. Stiiaxgkhs visiti.vo Rosto.v..'.ni
11 nil others in want of good ready-made clothing,
arc inv ited tu examine the
Simmons & Co.'s
Mnlc rriim recent Iniporlntioiis.mid the best
style ol'.Vuii riinii Mtiiiufiicturcs, con-sistin-r
.TO. 01)0 GAIMIEATS !
a r.vr.T or vvtii'ii at.c
.WlSurtonts 5Sto2ti Frocks 3 too
CM Over Sack", 3 loir O'JO Dress Coats, $5 to 18
200 Siberian and Cod- looFrmkdo 5 to IS
ington Sacks, R to 15 5000 i,'rs Pants, 1 50 to 6
300 lllanket Sacks Sur 1000 Vests, 50c to 5
touts, 5 to It 2000 Shirt-, 50c to 2. VI
100 Pilot do do 2 75 to If, 2'MKIprs Draw'rs 37c tol Ml
2000 Tweed Frocks ami 2000 I'lid.-r Shirts. 37tol M
Surks, 3 tu oyiy uil. (',,), (.-loas,
500 Felting Packsan 1 Sur- 7 to 20
touts, 5 to s 5;'0O prs. overalls j cr doz
20J Salt. Sacks and I 50 to 525
HOYS' JACK I.TS, PANTS. VIISTS, SAl KS
A.M M imHTN,
III large quantities, and of every kind with an end
less varirtv of
RICH FURNISHING GOODS
CHEAP WEARING APPAREL!
ALL OF WHICH WILL Hi: SOLD HY THH
PACKAGi: OR AT RETAIL
AT UNUSUALLY LOW 1'IUCES!
A we mut clenr out our winier slock to niakfrrxTii
fur Srin; Mnnutjctmes, nml Iniportationsi.nowilnUy
ri'cen id, enrtr prepared to cxltibil a litUr and larger
Ready Made Clothing !
And at Lou-tit I'richs than can beloutid at any es
tablishment iu this city Cloths, Cassimeres and
Vestings, by the package or at retail Gar
ments made to order, 111 tie most fashion
able manner, work, style nnd lit not
surpassed Dealers in Clothiii'j
will find 11 for their iutetest
to examine this slock,
Is-fore making their
selections, as we will give them
JOHN SIMMONS AND COMPANY
OVEK Ql'IIVCV JI.YSSBiF.T,
j. t. ih:ni:dict.
Rooms over II Leavenworth's office. W
Cjs r 'iMllh srns-cKiHKR .uixr-
s ,e-r z I
lor sale nt hi residencem Jericho
Plows ot ilillerent sues, w Im-h he oilers to Farmers of
Chittemif 11 and other 1. .I'-ti's Thev are the "lice
patent that took the premium at the Agricultural I uir
01 Chittenden Co 111 I !. and the wood work is war
rant! d to l-e the best 01 Massachusetts Oak Those 111
want ol a good article will do well loevainuie this
b .MILTON FORD.
Jericho, April IS IT
i'i:utn: & kiili.ogg,
CHINA, GLASS, EARTHEN WARE,
l.ookiti: tllnttcs. Ton Truy t. Girtiudolt's,
Lumps, ( ustors. Ac.
J35 lil F.ll stiu:i:t,
t rr.ro n riiit. r.j 30, TROY. NY.
UIO VV liELL'S,!.. 1, '
riLvitL sTKKirr iiousb,
IIiii liuutiin I.
HV MIA, ifc NOVES.
Circumstances having rendered the control of the
alovep emisrs necessary, we would Rive notice to the
public ibat the Pearl St House is now open for the
accommmlatiouof travellers ai d others who may call
lleinc located in oneof the pleasanlesl partsol our
village, and commanding a it docs a fine v.evv- ot
Lake Chainplain and the scenery almut Hurlington,
and also Ik-iii near the Cuiversity ol Vetnionl, we
lliink It can scarcely lid tu please the stariher for
pleasure and recreation, while at the same time it al
lords those upon busint ss a comtoriable borne.
.Mr II N Cole and .Mr- 11. G. .Mason, late cf
Hi-dilate Springs, will manage the House for us, ana
to those who are ai-ipjaiiited with them as Catlkeks,
It would It unnecessary to say a single word in IVI"'
inriidauou. Suffice to soy that rrrrv thing will o
done to make it agreeable and pleaiant to all who
mav vvish to make it a stopping place.
Iteliev ing thai the sale 01 intoAicatuig drinks si a
beverage to be injurious 10 ihem who ie or do n use
thein, and deltimenlal tothe well l-eing ot society,
as olo in hostility 10 the luvv of the Siote, and ttie
strongly eiprtsscd wishes ofn insjonty ol 'l'.r,rl'e"
men ihereol. shall nrither keep 11 publicly nor
clandestinely 10 be sold orimi avvay.
A suitable cartiage will be ;lrov ided to take rn
ger. to and Irom the Sleatii Hoots.
ah c, ...... ,.,11 ... 11 al I lis House.
'" Wm. K. Vim,