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aacr-i
T F W
U RTUOSIJ.
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st'ia.srihir.U) nut: i.y-
Ti.ui.ii. The piib'ilir of the (iciurt? ,
l'.irnii'r, fit tlx- solicit aliun of iunv friinl
i.f A"'ictiltnral iiniin.vi.mcnt in UplrrnJ
60
t.ir roperies.
Cbfsi. Un. U a MUm. Yooaf
llyaon and iviuc'iui.;; 1 t'l'.
Siijiari.. A,' f. T. ' .hci. Rici,
M..U-. 1. fi t'. Vi'm. Herring
Itm-in. f.urtli. I ltd :. Sl-"n.
lUw'rt. ttt' il. (JtirrnnlF, A' ond,
ri.b'rts. limaill nut!., etc. etc,
For fall cheap, bv
V. F. Sr W. I.. STO.VU,
Dpc. 16. IR35.
1 Xhw York, hut iMiinl iIih tir number (for
Jnnuzrv. 183C ) of a monthly ok nodical.
' ikiiI.t Ih (7 nbuve title, winch, while It will
! enihoilv umni i f lliu tirnrticnl mailer of
that miller a Minilar exposure, ynn might it,nt w'ell t-tabli,lied p.'ip.-r, will i fur
very probably do llio raine, and to lead you j in-hftl in nb-C'ibi.r. at tbe excpedin low
ral her ,,rlCL' 1
lievcn inai fc-ticti a iv.i'k m min:n wniiirn n
fiipplv thoo" who are tiintbl.' or imwiliin"
to feel cnmmis;cratmn nnil sorrow,
thin to exhibit cenfonutis i.ml ilcnuncia
tory zeal, 111 respect lo the faults you witness-
Trials 11 Women. All human brings
must mlFor pain ami tnrmw ; but on wo
man do the evils incident to human exis
tence fall with peculiar force. Her heart
is sensitive, and her spirits are easily elated
or ilepre-seJ : the delicacy of her nervnu
system Mibjects her to agitations to winch
man, favored by greater physical fctrcnotli
and more tirmnesi ot nerve, is exempt.
Subject to caprice, site needs the balance of
intellectual discipline ; am), above all, docs
blic require the aid of religious principles to
enable her to overcom; the weakness Ir
which her mind, owing to a peculiar pbyst
cal organization, i subject.
to lake a higher priced Ajricultii'iil pap' r
and that it general circulation among our
l''arni.'rs, cannot fail to prmnolu their pri
vnlc interests as well as the public pro
li'Tliy. 'I'lie coiir-e and standing of the
Oensco Farmer 1-so cxten-ively known,
that il l not nrce-nry to t.iv mure than
that the Monthly Fanner and Ilorlicultor
1st will be made up ol the ino-t proc'iinb'r
and ujdliil, articles thai appear weekly in
I that worn. It will be haml-miu'lv printed.
1 IG page-octavo to each number rii.ikmg an
I aiiiiunl volume, with 'I'll lis agu and indev
I of 200 page3. The piyment will in all
I case-" be required i.n adv.inck.
I UTSeven copies for three Dollars "
' for Five Dollar? or a comini-sinn of 20
I per cent a'lnwfil lo Agenls on all nm
1 nmnuntitig to vjVOO or more the money
to be sent Ireo ol postage.
January 0. I i!36.
TIIK lVcliw'r bjftaf f .iBtrd ri
04ftB ffiuB IB ki-IBMI IB I op osw
i l ..i's? 'ii' ! lb. 1 rire 'll 'l
"III. W I'oram i ( . BiUcwn.
! ' h w-fero.: bo-ia. . al ina .
Had nvrmtiy occupied ky ibm in ! r
aaiioua kraucliva.
llitiof m; (mnfmeiiU to rcia
eupp'ta uf go d it all untf f tlx at--"
nreltt.lv . l'ffil By mo or rnv nrro
thi-y uiti-nd that their Mara hall at til
IIW ke sl.irkfd B-lth the ei.ICt aplrr
li m 01 i;ch, rahnKialie.ai Bd lp!t
Dh (ou tie- mitk t affoii".
Ther b" loll andcoinplet" am'trtvn'
of family (Jr. wrten. ufh Imperial. OW
and Yomij 1 1 v.. n, llvn Skin. I'ourhotig.
S Michonrj and ll.ihei Te-; loaf, lump and
brown 8ior.Ri I'apper, Stucf, (linger
Cl'ivw. M ice. Nolm'-gr.. SalarotH, l'ir
rent. I'runci, Citrons, I'.jN and Ke' Kai
iiiK. &.c.
I'Im-v have alo in conned i"ii one oft ho
L.IKK! k.LTfc! lillfKJ
tiB I . 4. B'
A .
Batdrucr of -Ufc.
. . r , 1 1 1 nan erti iwoBt'M
M.il.c.r. ah t .1 if oeUilt p)licd ' K
il in t wri' f M f lhoon -
. ... . .7. .. . ' rM"d In. m i'..
1 1 htt Ui-'n ko -d i-r thirty yr.
a m
LyilliUl tlu C()l!
Have now n f-w i..x. of etrn sea Ot
ter, Seal and lo.i'ul mil For ("aps; &
al.-o mi'lis hair Seal Cap-. Ij roe sizes.
A-uiall q nun 11 v of spruce Shing.o.
I'.urlingion I), e U!'.j
il 1 r it -.f . mi) 1.1UHB rrf tlic-
iil m Im" "ol h i.ig (ii-fa. m.( 'molp
Imm, Vhn...iii? ('..u .!i, roaiflnon igb.
C.'dii. dilfii-ull Bnn'l.ing, lufluct) (Jn o-T.
Atboi. I'liliil.ir, K..lliiic ..f Ilii.oJ. FUlu
laaejr. Indira4im, IKiauat af Iba Bowt '-.
I"i at'evriy kind, Crjmp, ttukeln. Coin.
Calurh, Uv wulei. Fainlinv . H iiochcndri.
r Affiprtiaas llejd-ak' k. JSiekn al flow.
rh, Maaulf. a pn-vtatuie of CooWgkin:
)w, CSoul and Rlicumatitn. '
fj-i bt tlMwaca amiarrr a taloaMe pur- .
BHMe in alinnt evrry ea of debility; atd
lhre are b: fi'w, if ar.y dnvate. winch du
nut arn Iron that tourer. Ii may be given
lo t tbrr wz.and at any priiod. if weakncnx ;
prevail; the rninpovitioii Icing entirely do- j
nvod from the vegetable kingdom. The
, lirupiiij.rough 1114J' be cured in a week, it
1 taken at the l oinmeneciiieiil of tho di-.ese. '
I t)o f..ran adult, forty dropn, taken clear, re. I
neaicd once in two ho.irn, 111 uruent ca-i s
eh. Id 8 irira old. 20 ; o,e ye.11 oht. 10, given
IV. Rolfe IMIb for l-pm.ilis'
F OMrv-ltam; IhUtUf. Hyp
Orttm Stlu. (iMintn uml I' t 'n' n
i.IA thirl. Rut ftift-tim. Iju,.
I Fund, bmb Pmm f lac bimmth. T - 1
Min'v end protnoia a Btwfe eirn. 1
f'ime MHggt-'i a- I . .
i.j V. .
. th rego j 1 i'i 11 :
ma e, in- - 1 i r i .
h. e ni a . '
th us' lira) glow nt r.n .... il I , 'I
re rqoalu rti.d' civ.' l the ni-.
ro d ladufn. inc. p' in te .),.
or C..n ini, 'i. n. icno (1 y mai( ( it ti
i-tit I'rice $1 60 in-r bus.
jySi'it at gi'iiiiin.' onlf s .. .' T
KIDDKH. on Ihe r.inpr. (Wr j.r pr il,
and rwoMir . Dr. (,'onwav.) In w tu
lhi- arc lor su e nt hi- foiinln g r . 1 1 1 . i
09 C-.tirt s' reel, I!o-'i.i. sod In ! -sriej.
4pp ..ntmen!. by J. & J. Il.l'KL'K &. f
1 im-v nave a.no n coo icon. . .. , j( a onM , lmU. q.(ie Lu,t lnol0
fir,i Drug:; & M-dical eMsbh.hmeii.t. in I r - . (,10 , llf4nts j, j a ,uio
.0 llifutnl'tnn tif J!. Hume's argument
iigiiinil .MirwJes. All philosophers have
remarked, that the dilliculty in the prnnfi.r
a miracle arises out of its contrariety I j the
laws of nature, as nscerlain. d by our expe
rience anil obsorvaiiun. 'J'hat u dead man
bliould he restored to life, is so contrary to
all the fnets which we witne-s. 111 the court."
of our allairs, that it requires testimony
strongly corroborated, to render tueli un
event credible. Thin fur is acknowledged
by all mielligent men, and the advocaies ol
religion think they meet wnh this sattst'ac-
lory proof in inference to the (m-pel. At 1
thN point M. Hume interoo.-es-, and under
takes to show, thai 110 human te-tiuioiiy,
however corroborated, can nniheniicatc a
intracle. Let us see how he compas-es hi-conclu-ion.
IIi argumenl is tin-: All our
knowledge of. fuels depends up hi exneri
uuce, and ihio i.- Aruu, even of lli.il d nv
from human testimony. An invariable ex
perience amounts to carlnianty a variable
experience, to difl'ercnt degrees of probn
bility. Our experience of the uniform laws
of nature .s invariable; that of the truth ol
testimony is variable, since mn may do
Reive anil family. In llw case of miracles,
therefore, which are vliium- of the laws
of nature, there H an 111v.1r1.1blo experience,
nmminting to certainty aonni-l them, wlnl.i
there is in their favor only thai probability
which 1 founded upon our variable experi
ence uf the truth of testimony, llere.then.
will ever be certainty in knowledge poised
ngatust probability, and ihe argiimenl com
plele arjatn-l miracles. This argument is
ingenious, nnd deserves a more nHisfacnry
answer than 1 have ever seen. The learn
ud divines, who liavo adverted lo it, 11s
appear-' to me.have not righily unpreliended
it, and could of coniequoiico have furnished
no complete refuiai mil.
The whole force of this nyllngism turns
upon this single proposition: that our ex
perience ol tho truth of humm testimony
nlways rests upon a variable experience,
because the reports of witnesses are found
to be false as well as true. This is an
arrant sophism. llecauso men Homelimes
tell fal-ehood, does it follow that there is
no testimony which amounts to certainty?
M. Ilunie reasons us falsely as the hons
would have dene, at the death lie el of their
father, in the fable, who was furnishing
them an ndnionition to unity by his bundle;
Iron, Nuils, Steel.
TONS, manufactured Iron con
istine; of a complete assortment uf
kouml mid Square, liuud and Hoop,
Shoe Shapes, &c.
20 Tom Foreign Iron, such as Fngli-h
lire, all sizes, Swcrdes, Itu-sia. Old
noil New Sible, Russia nail llods,
Iiraquiiw Itods.
500 Sells wjggon, cart, carriage &. coach
Jioxes. Hollow ware, of every dei
scriptiou.
10,000 Potiii.ls. German, Spring Swccds.
Cast and Kiiolisli hli-teied Steel.
50 Ton- Col N,rilji--orled fr II lo CO.
I'mn-li nnd Cauldron Kutlclc,
Cast Iron I'loiighs,
Ura-s Ketiles &c. &.e. which make a
complete assortment of Ironmongery
and wind' will be sold on as favorable
"'terms as can bo obtained at any eolubi
ll-lnni.i in the Slate.
Dee. 10. I8J5. T. F. &V. Ii. STRONG.
Teas, Sugars, Hioc, fce.
chests 1 1 -on.-k u,
Younrj llv-on, tiiiil
llyuii T. as,
25 barrels St. Croix,
1'iirtorico, and
N Orhnn- Sugars,
10 Jo I.tinip and Iiuaf do
5 tierces Rice,
5 do S.ileraiu.-,
20 hhds. Mola-se3
150 Matts Ca-sta
2 bbls. Cloves,
1 case Cas-ia liuds,
15 kegs pure Ginger.
10 bags l'epper,
10 do l'liiiinlu,
25 do Uio, St. Domingo and
Java CollVos.
Doc. 9. '35 .1. & J. II. l'ECK & Co.
ll.t nnrl of the c oi i'tv. to which depart
meut the mn-st iiartieoia' aiteiitiou will nt
all nines be given. I'ln-iciaix may at all
lines bo supplied wuli any article in me
above Iitieuutlie mo-t rea- .ii'ible teruw.
Giiii.uN liUiiuoe,
II. W. l'oiwi.
I'urlingioti, Jan. 15, lliJfi.
CiROCElUES.
DCIli N I) TT F. U ll A N D Y,
3 lloll. Swan. G.ii,
St. Croix Rum,
15 bbls. Auieiican l'ratidy,
15 ' do Gin,
10 " Mar-eilles Madeira Wine,
5 " Malaga do
Sicily. Madeira, pale & brown Sherry,
Old I'ort and Madeira Wines.
Dec 0, '35 .1. & J. II. I'F.CK & Co.
NAILS t)- IRON.
1000
kces N.iils, assoited
150 do Itr.ids do
20 do Wrought Niils, do
3 loiu Hand Iron, from 1 j lo 4 in
15 do Rinind do. 4 to 3 111.
C ilu -qu.iru do, j lo 2$ in,
5 do scroll do,
C do llorso shoo do
3 do Peru do.
Kureign Iron,
t 10 tons 'nghsli Iron, assorted
- 5 do Swedes do,
3 du N. S.iblo Russia do.
4 do Old do do do
5 do Russia Nail Rods
150 pairs Cutter and sleigh Shoes
20110 His. assorted cait sluul,
1(1(111 Ilu. r.i.rinrin .1,. '
3000 lbs. Swedes do
1000 lbs. r.ii.'hsh Illistcr dn
-lOtiO lbs. spring do
100 doz. Iloise Rasps,
Dec. 0. J.&J. II. 1'IX'K &CO.
boxes Champlaiti,
Peru, and
Jcrico Window Glass,
100 do Rcdfurd,
Saranac, and
Crown Glass.
Dec. P. !5. J. St . II PUCK & CO.
Loril lard's Siuiil'& Tobacco
3.0 barrels Maccoboy,
' Scotch,
Chewing Tubacco,
Smokinir do.
I. & J. 11. PRCK & CO.
.'frill's
20
25
Dec. 9.
Lint Seed Oil,
For .-ah' by
T. F&W. L. STRO.(J.
Dec. Ifi. 13.35.
rp.Mil-.S ol 111" I'lii.liAUU anil toe
L lr..lS!.l.Y'llV Flue.1 bv Lidv
aDcre, 2 yolunus
Sept ii;
"rli n"' con-iamlv
For -ale by
Smith II vuiif i iumv.
SPOONS.
miking gooil Mver
Soooiis nod s. Ilin.' them at the an-
ety Shop. P.wr.mirn & Uiii.nsmaih.
Sl.op
) have a line hit ot good lirushcs of
ail IvioiN nod price- nt the Variety
P.iNc.nor. & ISiii.ssM.wn.
valuaism:
v or bale.
'H"iN Wlllislon, erinont. One Ado and
D. half of hand, with u large brick Store,
Drtelling-house Taylor-shop, Store hou.-e
and large convenient Out buildings, lining
ihe premises now occupied by Fuller &
Morton in the village of Willistun, and one
or vim ocst hiutiils lor business
13I.POISTAKT
fRO persons siltVerme from R 11 HUM
JL ATIC COMPLAINTS. 7'orAs
Htlil .r of the lhi(tutrrr Sir, On the prm
ciple inc'ilculi .1 by the gn at and good Dr
FranUi", to I'lfi'i-e as widely n- possible
every means within our power lo mitinale
ors'oVlen the afllieti.uis ol'suH'ering human
ity, I feel it incumbent on my to make
known through the medium of ymir u-eful
paper, thai on reading tlicrFlijUiii adver
tleincnl of Dr. .li hh's Luiifhent, for the
cure of RIILUMATJSM.'Ie.js forcibly
inipreed with a boliel tl at It was calrula
led to remove ihe severu Rlicuiii.it ic nfi'. e
lion to which I had been for seven or eight
veais subjected, some times almost depriv
tug me ot the n.-u of my limbs. I accor
dingly procured a bottle, and before 1 had
Used 'the whole of it, found very sensible
relief. This increased my confidence in it,
and led mo to obtain another bottle. Ihe
use of which has completely removed the
swellings and pains of my limbs, together
uiili the cramp, and restored them to their
wonted vigor. I am respectfully yours,
Gko. Tavloii, jr.
Ihvipslcd, I.. I- .Varch 24.
Persons suffering from the above com-
Paints, and in dest-atr of a euro from I lie
nor
hr. aal milk. I'ut respect must be paid lo the
ajc and connlitulinn of the patiei.t, for some
will bear double the ouanlitv that otheis will
the better u.iy is lo hei;iov.i;h sm ill doses
and increase as the patitnt may require. The
I folluw in? are a few of more than a thousand
nnCOJLVlH.N NATIONS.
'Tho undersigned, ministers of the gospel
in the county of Windham, 'IVrniont, know
ing Ihe cine icy of Di. Jonathan Mooie's I'.s
sonce of Life, Immii;' tied it our-elves in our
families, consider it a valuable composition ;
partitul irly I'flii'ious and useful in reiinivoi'
complaints, of the lung-, and indeed a sale
and rc-torativc medicine in the various i.i.-c.i
scs named in the Doctor's aeeoiiii.anvinj' label
land do nio.-t cheerfully recommend its g neral
use, behevin.'il well worthy the julronnge
of the public." Oct' 1). Ili'.'fj.
Stanrilhr IIosci Iiecklev, Dummer-ton
Sylvc-ter Sage, Wusl'iniK-ter ; Jed. L. sSltirl;,
ifiattltburo'T F.'i-ha I). Andicws, Putney;
(I'h'iudlcr Hates, I'lnletus Claik'
'I, Stephen 1!. Bradlej, of Westminster,
Vermont, do certify that I have for some time
been well acqu.iinlLd wilii the good ifl'ccts
of Dr. Jonathan .Moere's Lsscnco of Life, in
my own family and other, and can recom
mi ml it to bo an extremely safe and U'cful
fami'y Midicine, in colds. coii''hs, nnd all dis
orders nf the lungs and breast ; in the w hoop
in., cough and all spasmodic complaint;
and make no doubt that the citizens of Amer
ica would derive great benefit from a more
i general use of thu same, lleing peisonally
acquainted with Or. .Moore, and finding him
to be a di-creet and well informed in. in, I cm
not but hope ho w.ll meet with due encour
agement. Srei'iicN R. l!iiADi.r.i .
Tlu subscriber hereby certifies lint ho has
for more than three years past frequently
(Donmmpiion
S"VR. P.KLIT.'S AS'llIMATH PILLS,
have, from their extraordinary s.i c
in giving instant relief, and in i urmg t i d,
cough', a-thmas, rliir.eully of brealii ti'. whee
zing, llhteess nf th'' chc-t, pain m loesd ,
spitlid uf blood, dolls and sh.vcrn g Iba
iricede fevers anil lung complaints generally '
become one of the most popular medicidr
known, and are sought after from every pat
of the country, on account of the a-lotusn ng
euccess thai has attcducu their autniui 'ran mi
m ihe above complaints, frrqncni'y eiiring
tho mo-t nliFlioate cases, and giving the most
unexpected relief, after every other remedy
had l',iied, and persons had given themsc
up in despair of a euro! They have been
known to euro persons supposed to be far
gone in cousuinpiion, and exhibiting all the
appearance of approacning dissolution. And
-ueh ba'o been the salutary effects i f these
Pills, even in hopeless cases, as so far lo mil.
gale the sufierms of the dtticnt, a- evident j
to proiong lilo for c on days and weeks, and
give to it a pi-Hive copiforl they never ex
pected to enjoy. Tho operation ol toe p. Is s
wonderful in tisin rc-piralion, quiet ng tho
cough, and pri curing comfortable rest
intmnou clku are icrquentiy rciiioveu in a
few hours.
3j-AHIioush (save a person speak n: of
thc-o pills) my wilu ha- tried variou-mcdi
emus of the first celeiuity for an asthniane
dilficully or atl'eclion of the lungs, which at
limes was exceedingly distressing, confining
nr lo her house lor days ond weeks logeiher,
s h;?1 nil (Is nnilung Hires Iter tin itltif ulaen
lUlfe't .lsthmaitc 1'ilh do ! easing her ;e pr
lion, puieliug her cough, and gnog her
cuuilortable rest." And leis is tholesu uory
of hundicds or thousands-. The iclief wlnc'i
nid pioplr, as well as others, experience fro
the use of ilicse pills is truly astonishing, and
renders them invaluablu to many, and are in
fact to some an essential euxiliary lo the r
comfort and almost to their existence! A
physician informs the proprietor that a gen.
Ilemaa in tho country observed to him, he
hadicasun toboheva'lhe use of these pi Is had
been the means of savmo- In, fe PriCe
ri cases nt enuglis, oiistrnlilions upon tiie 1 wuoio uo., uu puis 1 ; nail do. 1 pnls 51) cts.
lungs nnil dilficnlty of breathing, experienced I
the happy and salutary cflecis of tho use of I TVJ .If V K I H S' l: Y K AY A T U It.
Dr. Jonathan Moore's INsctico of hife, nnd .!- for soro or intlanicd eyes. Nothing gives
has wilnc-sed the same in otliprs, and verily SUl'h immediate and comfortable relief. On
believes it to bo the most salutary and efhea. ""fiit sure eyes the effect is most salutary.
in this nnrl
of tlu stale. Ar.so nhimt ihirtv neres oh n.l. nrn invited In makn trial of this Ioiil'!
IHVCKLLUNT Wowixr: i.anii ...ii i .,i,.., i... .,,
- ' - - - - - ......... I fj rjn;ui U ll- U llluun.Mit iiii.il 1 1 s in j v n i
...u .....,,,,i', ear tne rteuue. - cured timl relieved, as it is now doing,
my. Ai.so-i no Minuml acres of land j ,,,,,,,,,)., w, ,a, despaired of relief.
caljedthe A U (. U U FAR ,M seventy j Nolm,,, but a fair trial can give tin idea nf
acresiot which is under lintirovement. and r.n,i ..nii..,.n h nl... ,. i
cious medicine. Piiim as W nnr.
"Wo tho undersigned Physicians, who have
proved the efficacy of Dr, Jonathan Moore's
I'ssciico of Life, conceive it our duty to pat
romzu tho medicine, and lire of opinion thai
if j-enerally used, it will beofpubhe utility."
Sigurd Abel Duncan, Samuel Stearns,
Dummcrstnn ; Jonathan Radnor, Win, Town,
Westinmslcr ; O. W. Chandler; Abram Hoi.
land, Walpole : Nathan Stone, Ncwf.inej
Charles Rlake, Keeno; Prcscotl Hull, Clies.
terfiehl.
The above medicine is prepar
ed by IILNItr SLYMOUR, of lladley.Mass.
fiom the original recipe, by the direction of
said Mooro, and sold by hiiii and the princi.
failure nf the various remedies they have pal Druggists in tho Uni.ed Stales,
?n goon state o cultivation, with a Sii"ar
tjrehard ot 250 trees, tun un Orchard of
excellent Fruit. Al.so, Forty Acres with
a jjood orchurd nf about 75 apple trees on
it, occupied for pasture. Al.so One acre
with a Small II O U S F. upon the same.
Al.so 10 Acres of land in Helton, about
one half of which is under improvement.
Apply to A. J. FULLFiK, Willistun.
or II. LKaVF.NWORTII,
WillisUm. .V-ii' lU'Jj llurlingtou
its unrivalled excellence.
Ihcdicst applications known for stillness of
ihe joints, numbness, sprains and chilblains,
Price 50 cents.
GROUND PLAST11R.
tLtih '''"""i "'bicli will be sold as low
c"" packed in Sound H.irrels, as tan
be purchased of our neighbors in bulk
i no charge lor Casks.
I Jan, 7. HichOk &Caiiin.
CiVUI'IOICT
This may certify to all whom it may con
cern, thai I the subscriber, residing in lladley
Massachusetts, havo mauo an improvement
in tho medieino invented by me, ami denom
inated Dr. Jonathan Monro's Lsscnce of Life,
and have communicated the recipe to Henry
Seymour uf said lladley, and to him only,
Tho United Slates is full of tho sophisticated'
ailicle, and this is lo givo notice to the
pub'ie, that if they waul the genuine Dssdncu
of Life, they must apply to said'Soyinour or
ins agents, and ho paitu ular lo inquire for
that prepaied bj Henry Seymour.
Sept. 0. 10.13. Dr. J. Mooitc.
.LVSold, wholesalo and retail, by J. & J. 1.
PLCK ft. eo. Rurlingtnn, wholesale agents
for ihcplalcof Vermont.
i Hero the complaint ha- been ol years siand-
log, and in some exceedingly bad cases, tho
most unexpected and desirable relief has been
found in the use of this Lyo Water after every
other remedy had failed, Persons who lave
used it pronouneo it without hesitation (r"ir
Ottt prttaration for these complaint they havo
over met with. Price, 25 cents a bottle. 2
220 STOVES.
r V. Si W.h. STRONG no. v havo tho
V. Qi pleasuro of offering to lhose who are
desirous of finding the mot comfort and econ
omy attainable in tho uu of stoves, a lamer.
more complete, and cheaper assortment of this
article, than has ever been olfercd in this re
gion of country. Wo respectfully invito all
those who wish to view Ihe degreo of perfec
tion now attained, as well as tboso who wish
to purchase, lo call and examine these stoves.
Tho assortment consists of
Parker's 'Patent Prophc6y'k Cooking, 4 tizes
Stanley's Rotary 7'op, do 5 do
Parker's Gourd plate do
do Flat hack do
Conant's patten:, (or Hack Kitchen,)
Canada and Scotch plato llox, 5 sizes,
Parloor Sieves, a new and splendid
article, 3 sizes,
together with llox Stoves of variuus kinds,
suitable for chinches, stores, offices, shops,
school houses, five aero lots, &c. &c. PIl'K
on hand, and all kinds of stove TItl.MMJ.XPi
inado lo order.
Hurlmgton, Sept 8, lf.35,

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