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TIIH FARMERS' SONG.
Tlie f.irniei'n life wo love, although Fatigued by I oil uc bo : Contented to haul woik we go, None happier lli.in we. We love Iho l.inil no cultivate, The r.illle lli.il we tear ; 1 nil, ii'c, ninl sl.neiy wo hale, Uul cuunt fire labor cheer. CIIOTIU3. Wr nut our iced on well llil'd giouml, vVe dicss our ciops willi cue ; Ami when iho hurt ct lime romes roinul, We r.ulhs iibuntl.iiico sh.uc. We envy nnl llie licit ami gienl j 'I'lio liumblcjt f'.umer'a lot Is heller li, in n vast citato, Bv fiiiiul or rapine goi. By fiiMliliful loll we win cur lire.ul Beneath the glorious skiis. Enjoy the be.itniea tumid u. spread, And high Cud's bounties pii7c. From c.itly d.mn lo closiii' d.iy, To plough, plain, weed mill maw, T lie f.uiiicr whistlm;, hies nivnj His u ife, is Im-y inn, 'J'o wash, lu cliiirii, In rook or sweep, l!y linns her hand she plies, Slops but 10 rock her lube lo sleep, Or Intsli her rhildi en's eric?. 'Pis busy life, but ofien here The nfTi'cticiij ofihe lie.irt In holiest purity appear, Ami 1 1 i a 1 1 c .-1 blis.4 iinp.irt. We ili.uikful lake uli.it Cod bestow, And le.nn to feel unci know. I'li.it ihe lien rurn fir liutn.in vvoej Is indmiiy below. We strive to nilluie henit and hcjd, Our lives fioni virelofice, And lrui, like will filleil grain, when dead, Life giving biead to be. To more sin'rcpsfid enterprise, Than we ouisclvcs li ne Known, Our seed, whence fuluic ciops shall ri.-e Superior to our own. BEAU IT AM) TIME. I1V S. I.OVCIt. ESQ.. Time met Beauty one d.iy in her g.inlcn. Wheie io?e ufie bloinninj l.iir : Time and Beauty weie iicut (jiiod fiieii I, So tlie wondered wh it bionghl him llicic. Toor Beauty excl.iiund, with a i-oi i o , lul air, "I request, father Tunc, my inse jou'll spare," For Time w.n goin to mow them all down; While Beauty esel. limed wiih her picnics! frown, "Fie. father Time ! fio, fuller Time ! Oh, what a crime ! lie, father Time !" "Well," faid Time, "at least let me gather A few uf jour loses bete; Tis part of my ride to be alw.ivs supplied Willi lo'ie the whole of llie c.ir." Poor Beauty coascnied, ihough half in despair, And time as he went a-ked n luck of her hair ; And, lis hestol- the toll linjlel so bright, spile, lie towed 'twas for love but she knew 'twas for Fie, father Time, See, Time went on, and left Beauty in teais He.'s n tell lale, llie woild well knows; So he boasted in ullnl the fair lady's fall, Ami showed ihe "A liimli'l and rose. So shocked was poor Beauty, to find that her fame Was ruined, ihou'li she was in no wise to blame, That ehe drooped like some (Ijwer tint's toni fiom its clime, .And her friends all mjsteiioiisly said it was Time,' Fie, father Time! &c. the vmsoNint for debt. iiy joiin o. wiiirTir.rt. Cast down, great (Sod, the fanes 'i n.it to unli.ilbwed gains, Hound in hate risen Temples, who.-c prictliood poro Mo-c tind Jesiis o'en Then bolt the poor m.u.V prison. I'ierponl. Look nl him tliroujli his dun; on-jralc, Feobly and cold the looming .iht Comes tnc.ilin; reuiul him dim anil late, As if it loathed lb" iju. Reclining on his n- H d, His hand upholds lr ilio ipin; head llis bloodless cheek is se lined and haul, Unshoin his "ray nf gleet. I beard; And o'er ins bony lingo; i i w llis long, !i-il el'ed I n V n."n nvv. No grateful fire hefjre 10 1 ) wr. And jet the winter's bie .,h is chill : And o'er his h ilf-cl n. pe-.wi goes The ficinii-nt agnu llnill ! Silent save cernnd anon, A sound, half murmur and half groan, Foricsnpail the painful grip Oflho old-S'lT - Vs. beuiiled lip: O sad and ej ' .. ; is lb" r.ilc Of old ago ili t.u.d and ilu-iluu Just God! why lies tint oil man tlicrel A iiiurdeier shares hi? pli-on bed, Whose eju-b.ills ihir.ugli his lion id hair, Gleam on him fierce and red ; And ihe rude earth and heartless jeer Fall ecr on his lo iihing ear, And. or in wnkrfutness ors'cep, Nerte, flesh and fihic thrill and creep, Wheno'r that iiiffiau's tosi-ing limb, Crimson with murder touches him ! What has that jjiay b liicd prisoner done 1 lias minder M. lined his hands with gore! JS'utso : his ciimo ' a fouler one ; (Sod made thk old man poor. For this heshaioi a felon's coll The fittest e.nlhly type of hell ; For this the b iiu for which he pome I His oung blond on the imader's tv oid AndVounied light the fe.nful coast llis blood-gained LiEEnry is lost ! And to, (or such ,i place of lest, Old ptisoner. poured ihy blood us rain On Concord's field and Bunker's crest, And Saratoga's plain ! Look forth, thou man of many scars, Thiongh thy dim dungeon's iron bars ; It must be joy, in sooth, to see, You inonu.ninl uprcared to theo I'iled gi anile atid a prison cell Tbo Uiid repajs thy service well ! (!o, ling the bells irid firo the guns, And din j 'be stairy banner out J Shout 'freedom !' till jour lisping ones, G'ne bik iheir rr.n!le shout ; ,et boastful eloipienco declaim Of honor, libcity, und fame ; Still let the poet's strain be heard, With 'gloiy' for sounding woul, And every thing wilii bie.iih ujree To praise our 'gloiious hbeity!' lint when the p iliiot cannon jars That prison's cold uu I gloomy wall And thioiigb its gi.iies the snipes and elars Rise on the wind and fill Think jou that prisoner's ujed car Hejoires in the gencial cheer 1 Think je his dim ""'1 failing evo ts kindled at o.ir p.igeaniry 1 Sorrowing soul and thaiiicd of limb, What is juur carnival to him 1 Down with the law thai binds him thus ! Unwoilln fieeuien let il lind ffniffugifioni the withering curie OfGoJ and human kind! OiVnlhepiisim's living lomb, And usher fiom us biuoding gloom The v letiuis of your savage ni le, 'I'll ih; fien sun anil nir of od, i longer d.iio in ei iine to brand 1'lie rhisiemn,' of lh A Ini igtily'd h.niJ. Bunker IIi'l '! nmni'iit London inanulBcturcd Furs. MjiuKtuA fquirrcl tail Daas, W Ulauk Lynx do (Jroy squirrel Copes, Ulncli IjV'hx iId llrowit Merlin do SwaiisdiHvit ii it tl fur Cuffa Russia Creamers Meti'n Fur lini'tl Heaver Gloves, IjtldlPR1 dn dn Jusl leceived and fur Fain by lice. 10. HICKOK k CATLIjs. Canada liairs. Canada Han for sale by UlCKOKSi CATLIJy. Dec. 10. 1(135. FRUIT, &c. affilflify buxes bunch Ratsinr, "0 keir Mnlnrrn ,1c -- n ' 10 Frails Altnontl, 5 do lirnztl Nuls, .1 di) Filberts, 30 (Id Firs, DO boxss I'ipes, 5 do prepared Coco fl do Chocolate JO 25 20 5 60 do do do do do Starc'u Soap Candlcti do pperm Ilerriiiff 2000 lbs. assotled Confectionary, Genoa Citron, IjhhIipIi Currants, &c. Dec o. 'a.-,, j. & j. ii. im:cic & Co. PAINTS &, OIL. FIVE Inns d ry While head, 2 do cro'ind in oil. French Yellow, Venetian Rod Spanish lirmvn, Whiting, Glue and S iml Paper 10 lihds. winter trained Sperm Oil, 10 bbls. Linseed Oil. 10 " Spirits Torpcnlino Drc. 9. '33. .1. -I. II- PUCK. &. Co HAILS & IRON- 1.000 Ueps Nails, assntted lul) tin lirad-f u 20 do Wrought Nails, do i tons Band Iron, from U lo 13 do Bound do. .1 to ?, in. G do vquaru do. 8 to 2i in. 5 do Fcroll do. C do Morse shoo do 3 do Peru do. Foreign Iron, 10 tons Kiiylish Iron, assorted 5 do Swedes do. 3 do N Sablo Russia do. 4 do Old do (In do 5 do Russia Nail Bods 150 pairs Cutler and sleigh Shoes 2000 lbs. assorted catt steel, 1000 lbs. German do 3000 lbs. Swedes do 1000 lbs. English Blister do 4000 lbs. spring do 100 doz. Ilotso Rasps. Dec. 9. J. St 3. II. PECK Si CO. Teas, Sugars, Rico, &c. 5t chests IIjMintkm. Young Hyson, ami Hyson Teas, 23 barrels St. Croix, Portorieo, and N. Orleans Sut;ar?, HI do Lump and Loaf do 5 tierces Rice, 5 do Salcralus, 20 hhds. .Molasses 150 Matts Casia 2 bbls. Cloves, 1 case Cas-in Buds, 15 kegs pure Ginger. 10 bnijs. IVppurt 10 do P i m 1 1 to, 25 do Rio, Si. Domingo and Java Cdfl'iies. Dee. 9. '35 J. & J. II. I'KCK & Co. GROCERIES. SC I G N H T T i: 15 R A N D Y, Hull. S'.vau. Gin, St. Croix Rum, 15 bbls. American Brandy, 15 " do Gin, 10 " Marseilles Madeira Wine, 5 " Malaga do Sicily, Madeira, pain Si brown Sherry, Old Port and Madeira Wine. Die. 9, '35 .1. & J. II. PKCK &. Co. Lorillard's SuuiT&, Tobacco. 10 barrels Maccoboy, 2 ' Scotch, 20 " Chewing Tobacco, 23 " Smoking do. Dec. 9. J. & J. H. I'KCK & CO. AS now received tho whole of his Fall stock id" Goods, and rcfiiii'Me. all purchasers to call and examine a very extensive stock of FANCY & STAPLE Tho following list comprises a few of the .fading articles : Black, green, invisible In.eo.lmon, crim son and marroon rol'd French Jltrinns printed C'trcattium plain do. nl all col ors black, blue, reen, brown, pink, purple and scarlet Silk mLVJiTSCua de Nap Gro do Rhine, l'nttlt do Snio nnd Italian SAA'S, of all colors and qualities the mo-t (Ntfiisivo assortment of rich dark PIILYTS he has ever ofiVrcd. Own II to 311 cts 1, 5 and 0-1 whilo bob't LACES. Quilling and Edging do. men's superior Beaver, Kid, Buck .V Worsted Gl.OyKS Ladies' Cloves, of every description G. 7.fi. & 10 -1 white, rod ami black Jle.ino SIM IMS rich cmbr. Chally, Thibet, heavy Ilornani, Grn do Nun. & silk miisht Drcn UDK'J'S. Xj'tti usual, tho ninsn extensive stock of bound, cap. lustring, taltin, gauze and taffeta II 1 11 li O jYS dntnask, brn. linen, cotton nnd womtcd T.lliU: C0l'EHS--UU, bins. inv. green Ftrcd mixt. olive, nd'atdt; and claret ISUO. Cf.OTUS sup. Buckskin, imperial cords, plain and London, mixl Cussimercs diuui's tic Cottons, Bleached & brown do. white, green and scarlet r J..'IJJ JL& ; Balling and Wndding ; gualshuir, imitation, und comtnnti CAJIIMTS i superfine and com ninn Iriih Linens ; linen cimb. and till, Jldtfi. j worsted, merinti, & cotton Hose ; Russia Diapors und 'Powellings ; (jlanc" Cambrics nnd Muslins, of all culors. Ihtrlinqton, Oil. 23, ir.35. inrChurcli el. oppo. I'angborn Si llruiMnaid Myelin subscribers havo jusl received and sJA, oiler for sain, cheap for cash or approv ed credit, Iho following articles: SUUll bushels Solar Salt, 3000 do Lisbon do GOO barrels fine do IC00 " extra superfine FLOUR 500 " common do 75 " fine do 50 Ilhds. Now Rum, dO chests Hyson, Ilysonskin and Young Hyson Tea 20 kegs Tobacco 10 boxes do 10 bags Coffee, 10 " Spico 0 " Pepper 25 kegs Raisins, 20 boxes do 20 hhds. Mola'sci. 1000 lbs. LoafSugar 25 kegs Saleratus 50 casks Lamp Oil, 10 boxes bar Soap 0 do Hcirines 35 kits Mackerel 20 bbls. do 20 half barrels Salmon 20 boxes Slnrch 20 do Pipes 50 qtls.Cod Fish English IRON, flat and round, all sizes. Russia Iron, (Old Sable,) American flat and round Iron, all tizes. Band Iron fiom 14 to G inches wido Hoop Iron and Nail Rods: Cast, German, English B. and Am. Steel Spring Slcol, Brass Kettles Shovels, Spades and manure forks Waggon Arms and Boxes, Cross-cut and Mill Saws Tared and While Rigging, Solo and Upper Leather fJOO hois Nails, from 3d. toGOd. Floor Brads, kc. together wilh many other articles not enume rated, Tho abovo goods will bo sold at a small advance for cash or approved credit, or will be exchanged lor Rye, t orn,Oalor I oik, I lio subscribers will pav cash at all times fur heavy PORK, CORN, RYP, or OATS, delivered at the stone store. Old Dock. FOLLF.TT Si BRADLKYS. liarlinton, Aof. 25, 1035. COL'D CAM I5RICS w by the piece. L, II bo sold low. LR S .'V, MAVE received an addition to their Stock of Winter Goods coinpi .tug a general assortment of French, German .nnl English merinos of tho most desirable colprs, German ami English Goals hair Camblcts; Imitation do Brochclla, Princctta, Crape, and Ladies Camlets for Ladies Cloaks: Black, White, and Scarlet Merino Shawls; Valcmia and Cotton do Rob Roy Shawls a comfortable ami Cushion- able article Cur winter; Bombazines, Bombazets, Circassians ' anil Moicciif; Merino, Worsted and Silk Hosiery; Embroidered Black and Whit,; Silk do Beaver, Ilorso Skin, Kid and Berlin Gloves; bilk J.inbroidcred and nek nick do Broadcloths, Cassimercs.and Vcstings, Rich Dark English Calicoes; Twilled and Shall' do Muslins, Cambrieks, and Ginshams; Blond Edging; Bobbenetlo I.aec, l ooting and irscrinig; Muslin Needlo worked Capes and Collars; Lace do Shally, Thibet and Ilernar.c IlkCs. Si Shawl Flannels, Baizes. Batting, Wadding. Sic, A great assortment of colored and figured anus tor iioiincts anu urcsscs; Super Black, and Blue Black do Blue Black Fig. Poult de Soic; do White. do Very Rich, Rich Printed Shally. a beautiful article for Evening Dresses; Heavy Floor and Stair Carpeting; Floor Cloth Rugs, Rinding, ic. Cotton Carpeting, n cheap article; One Case of wlnto and col. Cotlo.i Thread In lb. Bundle; One Case of While do in 100 skn. Bundles, Uno Uo hpoul I bread, Knitting Cotton, Col. Worsted, Rug Worsted, Unlets, .c. Bleached Cotton Sheeting and Shirtinir, Lawrence Brown Super Cotton Shcotin", A largo quantity Cotton Sheeting and Tick ing by llio bale, piece or yard, Brown and Bleached Twilled Cottons, A few Cases of I, ow priced Prints, Otter. Seal and Muskrat Capes and Collars, Bt'ST-VI.O Roses, Meichauts can bo supplied wilh Cottons, Tick, Low priced Prints, Thread, &c. at Now i nrk rricct. c.isiipAin for tinners pelts. Pec. -1. JMPOaiTAIVT fipO persons siifi'oring from R II RUM- J- ATIC COMPLAINTS. To the l.dilor of the Lnquirt - Sir. On the prin ciple inculcated by llin (.' "at and good Dr. I' ranklin, lo diliu.-io as widely as possible every tnejtis wuhui our power to mitigate or tol'ten tliu allliclions of stifiering human ity, I teel it inrnmbent on ma to mike known through thu medium of your Useful paper, that (iro-diug thcroin'au cdvar- tiscincntnl Or. Jebh's Ltnintent, for the cure of RHEUMATISM. I was forcibly impressed with n belief that it was calcula trd to remove Ihe sevcru Rheumatic ofiec tion to which I had been for seven or eight years subjected, some limes almost dpriv ing mo ol tho use of my limbs. I accor dingly procured a bottle, ami before I had used tho vvl.olo uf it, found very sensible relief. 'Phis increased my confidenco in it, and led um lo obtain another bottle. Ihe use of which has completely removed the swellings anil pains ol my limbs, together wilh tho cramp, and restored them to their wonted vigor. I nm respectfully yours, Gko. Tavi.oii, jr. llempstcd, L. I. Mirth 21. Persons MilTermg from the above com Painis. and in despair of n euro from tho failure ol'lliu various remedies Ihcy have used, aro iuviled lo maku trial of this long celebrated' mediant;, which has in years past cured and relieved, as il is now doing, IliniisBiids who had despaired of relief. Nothing but n fair trial can givu an idcu of its unrivalled excellence. It is also otic of the best applications known for stillness, of tlip joints, numbness, sprains and chilblains. Price 50 cctiis. boxes Champlatii, Porn, and Jeneo Window Glass, 100 do RcdCord, Snranac, and Crown Glass. t Dec. 0. '35. J. Si J. II. I'&rrcl .di CO W O R I) S Pocket ALMANACKS Churchman's Calender and Fccle-tastical Register for 133G. Just received bv S.mitii & IlAnuiMiTON. January 27. 1II3G, PDOOLITTLE has just received an extensive n-furtment of Dry Goods, Dry Groceries, Crockery, and Glass Ware, Those who wish lo purchase Uroadctnths, Cassimercs, English Merinos and Circas sians, are requested to call and examine his Goods, as good bargains will boofiored 27lh Oct. 1U35. CAPS. B1 LACK OTT E R FUR CAPS Best black Seal do do Common brown do do Dark Hair Seal do a good article. For sale on terms to please purchasers, by Oct. 15. W.M. I. SEYMOUR. Caps made to order. Fur Caps, Collars, IJoas, Jtc NE ense Seal nnd Ollnr Caps, I " Seal and Rus-ia Cuann skins 1 " Caprs. .a. ivc. Oct. 20. HICKOK St CATLfJY FL.OUS5. WESTERN and 7Voy Flour constantly on hand, by J & J II PECK & Co. 'II. HYDE & CO. AVE just received from New-York an extensive assortment of ....c - is-inr. or... DRY (iOOII--, CKOCKF.IIY, (.KOCr.RlES, I IIAIIOWAHE Sic. Sic- Sic. SrplJtO. 1H35 WE W GOO T) S XT vvsruTn7ni cnnsitin" of-- DRY GROCERIES. HARDWARE, S; CROCKER Y, embracing n great 'aricly for calq on l hp best teruw, by Sept. 2-1. HICKOK Si CATLIN. Cash paid for Flax n. & c. .SEI'.I). Uji.fSi Estate, "iltiated on the corner of iJJIj&HjMuin and Water .-t reels, known isag.yffi-as iho Bttooiis place, is now of fered for sale. There are on tin: premises a larire and commodious DU'ELLKYG HOUSE, RAKERY, Earns. Out build iugs. Fruit 'Frees. Sfc and their location, directly at the head of the Now Wharf, renders ihis one of the nin.it desirable pieces of real estate in lowi. -But the present proprietor having left tins part of llieconnlry, it will bo sold at a bargain, and tho terms of payment made easy. Apnlv .'o P Doni.iTrr.K. 220 STOVK8. '-R; F. Si W. L. STRONG no.v havo Iho v!j 3 pleasuro of offering lo Ihoko who are desirous ol lindtng the most comlorl and ccon omy attainable in tho use of stoves, a larger, more complete, and cheaper assortment oftliis article, than has ever been offered in this re gion of country. Wo respectfully invito al those who wi.-h to view ihe degrco of pcrfee lion now attained, as well as those who wish to purchase, In call and examine tlicso stove. Thu assortment consists of Parker's 'Patent Prophcsy'Cooking.-l sizes Stanley s notary op, uo u do Parker's Gourd plate do do Flat back do Conant's pattern, (or Back Kitchen,) Canada and Scotch plato Box, 5 sizes, Parlour Slove, a new and splendid article, 3 sizes, togclher with Box Stoves of various kinds suitable for chinches, stores, olficcs, shop school houses', five aero lots, Sic. Sic. l'll'F. on hand, and all kinds of slovo TRIMMIMIS made lo order. I! it' 1 1. -! l it. ;;, C35. rinllE SPRLYG FIELD FIRE LY- .IL SiCRA.YCE COJIPA.YY, insure on Iho most lavnrable lerins, Dwelling HotiM'. Stores, nnd other buildings, Furniture, & Merchandize of every descrintinii, agaitisl loss or damage by lire. Application for insurance will receive immediate attention WYLLYS LYMAN. VALUABLE REilL ESTATE. For Sale. I'M Will'tn i, Vermont, One Acre nnd . half of Land, with a large brick Store, Dwelling-house Tnylor-shop, Store house and largo convenient Out buildings, being dm' premises now occupied by Fuller Si Morton in the village of Willislon, nnd one of the best stands for business in this part of tho stale. Ar.o about thirty acres ol i:xci:m.i:.t mowing j.aa, fronting l Ii u turnpike, nnd near the Acade my. Ai.sn One hundred ncros of land culled the A U G U R F A R M seventy acres of winch h tinder imprnvoment, anil in good slnto of cultivation, with a Sti''ar Orchard of 250 trees, nnil an Orchard ol1 excellent Fruit. Ar.so, Forty Acre with! ii giiud orchard of about "(o ap'plu trees on it, occupied lor pasiuro. Ai.mi (Jue acre with a Small 11 O U S E upon the same. Ai.sn 1G Acres of land in Bolton, about one half of which is under improvement. :qily to A. .1. FULLER, Willislon. or II. LEAVENWORTH, Williston. .Iin lias. f Burlington. FUBl CAPS. I .TUB baps and lur COLLARS, just i- rtccivcu anu lor bale, cheap, by , Oct. 27. '. DOO LITTLE. s DISSOLUTION. TMIE co-partnership fxisting under the firm ol .1. Hutchinson & Co. is this day dissolved bv agreement. i i iiT'i'fii t vcnM J. uu I iioiuvi.) PETER II A LL. HORACE STEARNS. Rakcrsfiold, Dec. 30, 1035. Mr A. Hall having purchased our entire intorcU in the late firm of J. Ilulchinsun Se Co. and associotrd himself with our late partner Mr J. Hutchinson, tinder the firm J. Hutchinson Co. will continue the business ut the old stand, where they will be happy to servo those who may favor them wilh their custom. PETER HALL, HORACE STEARNS, nakersfield, I), c 30 11135. TUB Oil? ESS. B7MNE Gold Thimbles, $5 Fino Eglish JBJ chafed Thimbles (a new article) G2 cts all silver Canada Thimbles 50 cts. all sil ver Damask Thimbles 50 cts. all silver plain heavy Thimbles 50 cts all silver open top thimbles -12 cts Damask and Moth, steel roo Thimbles 37i cts plain hsavy steel top Thimbles 37i cts plain steel top Thimbles, dilferent prices. Marking gratis, at Iho Vari. elv .Shop. I'ANGBORN Si BRINSMAl D. "January 27, It' 20. L. 3 FJ3 ! IF E L.IF F, mi .i . M.nin: k Hriscr.cc of Etfc. A valu.ihio Mcditine, which if rightly applied will bj the means of saving thousands from an untimely grave. rt has been sold Mm ued for thirty years, .. . - , f . i . jb.w mi gruui suueu-s!, ;imi louocverv eilica cious in llie followiiig($K'ascs, viz. Consump tion, Whooping CiAtghs, common Coughs, Cold, dilhcult Breathing, Influenza, Qtnnsv, Asthma, Phlitisic, Spitling of Blood, Flatu lency, Indigestion, Looseness of the Bowels, Fils of every kind, Cramps, Rickets, Colic, Catarrh, IJyseulcry, Fainting. Hypochondri ac Affections, licdd-aehes, S'ickness at Stom. ach. Measles, a preventmc of Contagious Di'.oavcs, Goul and Rheumatism, 3 , I'll i Es'cuco answers a valuable pur-po-o in almost every caso of debility ; and thcro are but Cow, if ar.y d'srascs which do not arise from that source. It may bo given lo either sex, and at any petiod. if vv, akness prevail; tbo composilion being entirely do rived from the vegetable kingdom. Tho whooping-cough may be cured in a vvpi I;, if taken at tho commencement of Hie dirfcsc. Dose for an adult, forty drops, taken clear, re pcated onco in two hours, in urgent case ; a child 8 years old. 20; one year old, lO.g.veu in a labfo spoonful of milk. The best mode f giving Ihe (Imps to infantt is in a little bn as,t milk. Bui re-pccl must bo paid to tho age and constitution of llie patient, for some will bear double the quantity that olheis. will the belter way is to begin with small do-es and increase as the patient may require. Thu following are a few of more than a thousand ItlCCO.H.HIINDATIONS. "The undersigned, ministers of tho gospel in tho county of Windham, Tcrmont, know ing the efficacy of Dr. Jonathan Mouic's Es sence of Life, having u-ed il ourselves in our families, consider it a valuablo composition ; particularly officious and useful in removing complaints of the lungs, und indced'a safe and restorative medicine in tho various disqaC scs named in the Doctor's accompanying label and do most cheerfully recommend ils general use, believing it well worthy tbo patronage of the public." Oct- 9, fi'J0. Signed by Ilosea Bceklcy, Dumtncrslon Sylvester Sage, Westminster ; Jed. L. Stark, llrattlehuro' ; Eln-ha I). Andrews. Pulncy. Chandler Bales, Plnletus Clark' ' I, Stephen R. Bradley, of Westminster, Vermont, do certify that I havo for some time been well aeqiiainlcd with the good ciTccl of Dr. Jonathan Moero's Esscncu of Life, in my own family and other, and can rccom mend it to bn an extremely safe and useful family Medicine, in colds, coughs, and all dis orders of the lungs and breast ; in Ihe w hoop ing cough and all spaiinodtc complaints ; and maku no doubt that Ihe citizens of Amer ica would derive great benefit from a more general use of thu same, Being pejsonally acquainted with Dr. .Moore, and finding him to bo a discreet and well informed man, 1 can not but hope he w,U meet wilh due encour agement. 6ti:i'ii:n It. IliuoLf.v. Tha subscriber hereby cei lilies that he has for more than Ihreo years past fieqiientiy. l' cases ol coughs, obslriibtious upon the lungs and difficulty of breathing, experienced the happy and salutary cllecls of the use of Dr. Jonathan .tloorc s l,-.-cnco of Lite, and has witnessed iho same in others, and verily believes it lo be the most salutary and clfiea. cious medicine. Phzmjas Wiiitf. "We tho undersigned Physicians, who have prnvcu the ciheacy ol Wr, Jonathan .Mooro s Essence of Lift', conceive it our duty to pal ronizu thu medicine, and lire of opinion that if generally used, it will be of public utility." Zigiud Avcl Wuncaii, batnucl fctearns, Uuihiucrslon ; Jonathan Badger, v m. Town Westminster; C W. Chandler : Abram Hoi land, Walpnle : Nathan Stone, Nevvfano; I harlcs Blake, Kcene; Prcscott Hall, dies letliold. The above medicine is prepar ed bv IIF.NRF SEYMOUR, oClladley. Mass. fiom the original recipe, by Iho direction of said .Moote, and sold uy mm and tliu princi pal Druggists in iho United Slates. C AUTZ02T This may certify In all whom Jt may con cern, that I the subscriber, residing in Hadley Massachusetts, havo made an improvement in the medicine in vented by me, and denom inated Dr. Jonathan Monro's Essence of Eife. and have communicated tho rccipo lo Henry Seymour of said llad'ey, and lo him mil v. The United Stales is full oflho sophisticated article, and this is In give uoticu lo the public, lh.it if thoy want Iho genuine Essdnco of Lifu, they must apply lo said Seymour or ms agents, nu no pailictilar to inquire lor that prepared by Henry Seymour. Sepl.O. 10.1:1. Dr. J. Mooan. ITSold, wholesale and retail, by J. Si J. II. PECK Si co. Burlington, wholosalo agents Cur tho stale of Vermont. I-B Ar J"1 receivcu irnm ivw lorn an exiensivo assortment of New Goods Consoling of DRY GOODS. I CROCKERY GROCERIES HARDWARE COARSE S; FLYE SALT, FLOUR S;c. S;c. Which will bo sold Cheap for Cash, liiirlington JYnvemlier Mh 11133. LYMAN &. COLE HAVE this day received a fc.v hales BUFFALO ROBES, of a superior quality. Buckskin Mittens and Mocca.ins i Wadding, Mnrrucco shoes", Kid sandale. Wadding, , i uuriingion Jan, 'M. niiriMICAMJM MtOCATION. WIHTWELL'S Truo and Original OPODELDOC.-'Vcsls of the only true kind arc : .... 1st See that tho certificate ol the late ll)r. Mitchell. LL. 1). of the city of New York, is on the inside direction paper. 2d That my name is stamped on mo bottle. 3d That llio retail price is not Ices than 37 cents a bottle, all others are but base fabrication. Tho above may be considered as infalli ble, in bruizes, sprains, rheumatism, stings of insects, vegetable poisons, cramp, Sic. Sic. Sic. In a word, in all cases of external injury. The public have been frequently most grosly imposed upon by spurious imitations of this composition. They are made by various persons in their own names, and by pedlars scattered all over the country. They have nothing but their cheapness to recommend them, being as useless as so much colored spiril. and so long as they aro purchased they will continue to be manu factured. It is the public therefore who are to blame, and not the makers and should this state of things continue, tho best medicine in the world will be in the situation of a first rate bank, whosenotcs arc one and all refused in consequence of the great number of ils counterfeits. If th' firt article had not become celebrated, t hero would have been no imitations. In depeiidaii' of this, there is a constant rival, chip among the host of imitators, each stri ving to undermine the oilier. The worst and cheapest mateiinls have been necessa rily employed, until they have nothing but the name left to recommend. The original article on the contrary, has never varied either in quality or price, and is and ever has been in every respect, quite a different article from anv of the imitations. To Consumers, The true article is the cheapest in the end. Remember that tho' prudence may be a desirable virtue, yet that the saving of a few cents in a phial of medicine is but a pitiful economy, and may lead lo worso consequences than the loss of money. therefore lor your own interest and comfort, purchase not a single bottle in future, which lias not the tests above de scribed. To Country Traders Dealers in modi cine will lind more profit on the sales than on any of the mutations, besides having the satisfaction of selling to their customers the genuine article. Sold by all the principal druggists in the U. S. who also keep fur alp ihe VOLA TILE AROMATIC SXUFF. for many jcors celebrated in enses of catarrh, head ache, dizziness, 'limness of eyesight, drow siness lownes.- of spirits, hypochondria, nert vous weakness, &c. ii is most frngran and grateful to the smell, being composed principally from roots and aromatic herbs. It is absolutely necessary for those who watch with or visit the sick, being an ex ceitent prevent inn of contagion "itecom mended by Dr. Waterhousc, lale Prof, o the I henry anil practice of Physic in liar vard University. Sold in Burlington bij J. S,- .1. II. PECK, c Co. J'n're 50 ih. S,- 25 its. march 7-1 v Vonsmnption. R. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, have, from ihcir extraordinary sueeen in giving instant relic'", and in curing colds, cough. asthmas, difficulty of brealhin". whee. Izmir, tgltpcss of the chest, nnm ii. il. .;.! spillidg of blood, chills and shivering that precede fevers and lung complaints generally ! becotno one of the most popular medicides known, nnd arc sought afler from every part of lb.- country, on account of the astonishing ctii ccss that hasalledded their adininislralion in ihe above complaints, frequently curing tho most obstinate cases, and giving ihe most unexpected relief, after every other remedy had faqed, and persons had given themselves: up in despair of a cam! They have been known lo cure persons supposed to be far gone in consumption, and exhibiting all tho appearance of approaenmg dissolution. And such have been the salutary effects ef theso Pills, even in hopeless cases, as to far lo miti galo the sufferings of thu dalient, as evidently to proiong life for even days and weeks, and givo lo it a po.-ilivo comfort they never cx pcclcd lo enjoy. The operation of llie pills is vvondeiful in eising respiration, quieting tho cough, and procuring coniforlablo rest. Common ecldj are fciquenlly removed in a few hours, ifrAlthough (save a person speaking o theso pills) my wife has tried various mcdi nines of the first celebrity for an asthmatic difficulty or afl'eclion of llio lungs, which at limes was exceedingly distressing, confining tier to her liou-e for dajs nnd weeks iogolhcr, she finds nothing gives her lite rthtf" which Rilfe's Astlimyilc Pills do .'easing her rcspi lion, puicluig l,:r cough, and giving her comfortable rest." And teis is tho testimony of hundreds or thousands. The relief which aged people, as well as others, experience from thouseof Ihess pills is truly astonishing, and tenders them invaluable to many, and aro in fact lo soiuo an essential auxiliary to their eomfoit and almost lo their cxistenco! A physician informs tho proprietor that a gen. lleinaa in Iho country observed lo him, ho had ica.-on to beheva tho use oflhcso pills had been tho means of saving his life. Price whole box, 30 pills $1 ; half do. 12 pills 50 cts. I J for sore or inlhimed eyrs. Nothinir cives such immediate and comforUble relief. On recent soro eyos the elTect is most salutary. Where lliocomplaint has been c, years sland ing, and in some evcecdingly bad cases, llio mosl unexnecled and desirahh relief has been found in Iho use of this V.yo Water afler every oth.,r remedy had failed, Persons, who havo used it pronounce it without hesitation ihf best preparation for these complaints they havo aver met with. I'rico, 23 cents: a bottle. 2 SILVER WARST" C1UMBS, elegant pui-ms , iiver Head t Bands ; Table. , Desarl. Cream, Mustard, Salt. Saup and 'ofTue SPOOAS plain k claw Sti-nr TonSt ; Rutler Knhes', Pickle Firkt, Iruit and pneket fruit Knives, some with stive ml pearl handles ; f'ye r Nursing Tubo, Coffin Plates , Lettei Seals, Snuti'Jioxce, Vignelts, Plaques and br mches ; silver top bottles of smelling pr.lt ; silver tooth picks and numerous other articles in their line, for ealo at tho Variety Shnp, bv PANGUORN & BRINSMAID. ."" 'j Silversmiths Corn IJrooms Tor sale by HALL S; STE ANA'S' Dec. 21, 11)35.