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WANTED Tor 1 lie uso of I ho WinooOil
Patent Bind! Mills, and to lio dcliv
ncinliliatiment lu the course of
orcu ui -V". . .. n to.i
! from knots, snaiius or noun. u..u.
tho ensuing winter, the following descrip
ino ciisuii . pl k cnwpl i I ...
lions oi yuiiu -- . .
! limniKinna. snuarc edged, sound aliU
No of feet,
Inches. to work.
A Ij S O,
one thousand 1VIUTE ASH
.mndnril los-to bo 22 inches
diameter and fourteen feet Ion?, sound and
free from knots or shakos--to be delivered
M.11 .Icitintr the ensuinz winter, or
at the wharf at lfarlington In tlm monili of
JIny. IH37. u v i uu..
Burlington, VI. 01k Sept. 1030.
9th Sept, 1836.
To our Agriculturalists success To our
Literary Institutions lliu high standing
they merit To our Manufacturers tri
umpliancy in competition and In com
merce, Frco Trade and Sailor's Rights.
THE Go Ahead Principle is so prcdom
iuant in our laud at Ilio present day.
that tho Car leaves him behind, who stops
for trill-s. or descends to particulars. We
of the Green Mountain Slnto having such
conspicuous bumps ofentcrprize marked on
our head lanos. need only Know me t ext,
the rest is understood.
It is now this HOWARD, of the
Cheap Cash Store,
hai been to thu city of New York, the
grand emporium of our country, ami receiv
ed his full supply uf necessary and desirable
goods, which were produced by a combina
tion of all the natural intellectual mechan
ical anil operative exertions of our above
named motto. To conclude, tho goods
were bought to cell, and will be 6uld cheap
for cash, no mistake.
New Goods Sept. 8.
"LOVELY & ABBOTT.
wtbaviNG rcturnrd from New, York
Irl wiiti ilmir fall stock of goods, have
now the pleasure of offering for sale one of
tho finest asorimems ui nrunu viiim.-, v,uo
simcrcs, and Sal melts. Thibet cloths,
French and English Siarinos, 01 every vu
rieiy and color, Mohair silk, uf lino nssntt.
ments. Muslins and Cambricks, French
worked Collars Marino Thibet wool. Silk
chally Crape and other variolic of Shawls
and Hdkfs.. lilcached and Unbleached
Cottons, Tickings. Table and other Linens
a variety. French K-ngli-'i and American
Print.-. Cotton Yarn, Wadding ond liat
tir.". Carpeting-1, and. in fine, we think as
(rood an assortment of funcy and staple
.In. rinndj. and on as irond terms as ever
offered in Uiirluigtnn. Cut ond plain
Glas. China and other Crnckury ware
nmuii" which ore Elegant Dining and Tea
setts, and almost every article 01 colour am
kind in Market. Tons of all kinds. Lonfnnd
Brown Sugars, Coffee. Chockolatc, Sugar
house nndulhcr Mulases. IJox and quarter
box Raisin', Mnckerel in half and quarter
bbis.No. 1 and 2 While and colored Sjierm
Candles. Scotch and Macknboy SiiiifT,
lndio, smoking and chewing Tobacco, Bar
Soap, Spiers of all Kinds. &c. Sic.
Iliirlingmn. Sept. 10. 13S.
Gilt ami Mahogany
T.-uikinir Glasses, from 25 els- lo
dollarerfor sale bv
LOVELY & ABBOTT
September 10. IU36.
COMPOUND Chlorino Tooth Wash,
the discovery of tho chloride of Soda Si
its uses by L-ibirraqtiu of Pari, was an ad
dition to the resource uf medicine of the lit.
timet importance as a nculializing agent. To
counteract nt onco the principle of decay,
which commencing imperceptibly, slowly
gather strength, and finally destroys, is
the important service which can be derived
from the use uf chloride of soda, when ad
ministered with skill and care; the diseas
es of the teeth being, in the great majority
uf cases, tho result ot neglect, and a crad
unl accumulation ol the principle above
alluded to, it became obvious, from the
earliest experiment, that the chloride was
the proper remedy, and prcleraiiic lo pow
ders). di-ntrihccs, Sic. nt whatever Kind or
pietcnsioii. By a chemical analysis it will
he found that the greater part ol the clilo
rinc compounds so extensively in .uso, do
not contain a pirlicl
soda, on the agency of winch their efficacy
miiM nccesarily depend. The article here
advertised is confidently offered lo the ex
amination of the public, as possessing in an
eminent degree, tho virtue of neutralizing
II that is offensive in the mouth and breath,
rcmuving soreness and spongmess ol tne
gum, destroying the taint ol tobacco, or
nv other rflluvia Irom whatever cause.
In short, this preparation will be found to
justify the various commendatory notices
anu recommcnuaiinus ii uas rcceivuu.wiiere
cvr it has been introduced. Just received
and fur sole al llie Variety Shop.
PANGIiOIt.N Si IJRiNSMAID
Septcm. 1), I33G
rTTlHE subscribers having entered into
JL copartnership in the manufacture of
Sheet Iron, Clipper and Tin IVitre, tho bu
siness will hereafter bo continued under the
STARR & BOSTWICK
at the old stnnd of J. J. Starr, in Church
street, opposite the Jail, whera all kinds of
Job work will be uono on short notice and
in the best manner. They havo now on
hand a large and general assortment of plain
which they will dispose of at wholesale or
retail, as low ns can bo purchased in this
section oftho country- They have nlsu on
tii ncl and iviii shortly receive Improved
Ilotary and other Cooking and Hox
of various sizes and most approved patterns.
Stove t urniturc nnd 1'ipc ol all descrip
lions nil of which will be sold on the most
reasonable terms. All orders in their line
will bo promptly attended lo
J. J. STARR.
II. II. BOSTWICK
Burlington, Sept. I, 1836.
Wool & Butter.
miip R.iiieprllinrd will nay Cash for
1 r:n.l f'lnnn Fleece Wool, delivered
nt tier Store in Church Street. They
will also pay Cash for Good Butter at one
shilling pr. pound.
Lovely Sl Abbott.
Burlington Sept. I5li 1036.
500 Spanish Leeches of a late
J. iV. J. II. 1'I.L.KiSi lU
Fall Goods at the Variety-shop
iri. nm ..riiiiiif iii nur Fall Goods, al
YV things necessary to keep our assort-
ment in good cruer ; iia., u
ripr fiimcrv. Tea-pots. Military Goods, Uns
.... i....,i. Smrki. Collars. Il ICI1 am
llllS, rfCttt. ...... . - -
satin Boioms. Lamp wicks, oys. and an
-,n.nnaJ ..nriPiu nf Funcv articles. All per
"" . .ii . ...I I....I, n ll.pin nl
aru liiviitu iu tun
the Variety Shop
-aTftTirl! ia lieicbv "Well ill-It a pClt
ilnn will he nrr-ferred to the Legisla
..film S11.10 of Vermont at their next
sossion for the grant of a Rail Road from
.1 i. ......iii.i. tiF II.. ri
Henninmon, inrougii jnu i.u.i...n
mnglon, Rutland, Addison. Chittenden and
Franklin, to Canada line, in the direction
of Montreal. Stknien uir5in.L,
C. W. C'.NAKT,
John A. Cosant,
Sent. 7, 1830.
New Goods Sept. 16
WTEGETABLH ROUGE, "an exquisite
Y article for enriching tho glow ol the
cheek; this beautiful cosmetic preparation
has at oil limes found a place nl the lasn
innn Mo milct. Il is an innocent, yet pow
.r..i n.ivitmru where circumstances have
nedicnt. it is fr'1
rciiuu.vu ubciui.ii-u r ' . .
fmm nnv noxious incredicnt and entirely
innocent: colculotcd lo create new beauties
where beauties were before ; to add fresh
ness to tho cheek which care or illness may
have rendered languid ; and in place oftho
Lily to plant the Roe i" jiut received ol
tho Variety Shop.
Pamgdorn Si BntNSM.iin.
Benjamin F. Bailey's Estate.
STATE OF VERMONT, )
District of Chittenden, ts.
The Hon the Probate Court for tho Dis
trict of Chittenden, To all persons con
corned in the Eslato of Benjamin F,
Bailey late of Burlington iu said District
1 )f rilEREAS.thc Administrator ofsoid
f T deceased proposes to render an ac
count of his administration, and present his
account orrainst said estate- for examination
and allowance at n session of the Court of
Probate, to bo lioldcn nt Willcy's Inn, in
Willistun on the first Monday of October
Therefore, You are hereby notified to
appear before said Court at tho time and
uf the chloride of Placo aforesaid, and shew cause, if ony you
nave, wuy llie bccucih qiuicbuiu siiuuiu iiui
Given under my hand at Wilhston this
27th day of August, A. D. 1836.
U. U. MANSL.lt, jttgisier.
AN extensive nssortmcnlofFall di Win.
lor Goods, of nil tho usual varieties
kept in thu country just Rec'd & for nlc
by f. UUUL.llPL.U.
WILL bo held at tlm Town Room in
Burlington nn Tuesday I ho 27th
inst. at 2 o'clock P. M. a general altcndcnce
Samuel Nichols, Selectmen of
II L-iwiiv, f Burlington
Burlington, Sept. Sth 1Q3G.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the
public and his friends Generally, that
ho hns taken tho store recently occupied
by Mr John Abbott two doors south of his
old shop, nnd has just received from New
York a well selected assortment or
Ladies' Doots & Shoes, Misses',
and Childrens'. &,c.
of all kinds and descriptions. He has also,
on hand and is now manufacturing from tho
best materials Ucntlcmcns' thin Uoots
Shoes and Pumps; thick Boots, Shoes nnd
Brogans. In short every article in his line
tnadu on short notice, and as cheap as can
be nllordcd ior cash or short approved ere
dit, and all rips mended gratis.
D. S. RUSSELL.
N. B. Wanted immediately two or three
first rate Journeymen Boot Makers to whom
the highest wages will be paid, and constant
employment. 1). S. It
Burlington, Aug. 17, 1836.
1G0 tons English and Dutch
Pig Iron, receiving by
J. Ci J. 11, I'ttUil us w.
THE subscribers wish to employ twenty
or thirty men In chop Cord Wood.
JANES, SMITH & CO.
Aug. 18, 1836.
rilUB NATUilAL U1BTOIIY OK EN.
JL THUSIASM Fourth Edition : for sale
by V. HARRINGTON,
THE subscriber haviug made now ar
rangements in business, it becomes
necessary that tho old cor.cein bIiouIi! bo
settled up. Ho thcroforc requests all those
indebted to htm lo call and sctuo wiiiiou
delay. J. J. STARR.
Sept. 1, 1836.
Ladies' Shoe Store.
rklHE subscriber tins just opened
JL dooreast ofSmith Harrington's Book
store in College Blrocl, a bhoo store, princi
pally composed of Ladies', Misses' and Cliil
(iron's Shoes of all kinds and sizes. Hisar
rangcmcnls (recently mado with an extcn
sivo house in Now York) arc such as will
cnablo him to sell at prices which ho confi
denlly bolievcs will bo satisfactory to all who
may do disposed lo extend to hun their pat
ronage. D. A. BRA MAN.
Bdblinqton, July S0, i836.
University of Pcmisylvania.
rrUl'E nexl 'cuOrso of Lectures will com
JL menco on Tuesday. November tho
first, and bo continued under tho following
Prncilco of Med!cin Nmlinn'el Cliniiniaii,M.t
Chemistry Robert llnre, do
u iltiuni GiIlom. do
Wm. E. llorntr, 1I9
Snrmicl Juckeim, do
George n. Wood 1I0
Hugh L. Hoitji do
Lectures on Clinical Medicino nnd Sur
gery nre delivered nt tho Pcnn-ylvaiui
Hospital nnd nl the Philadelphia Hospital
(Blockley ) r
Tho whule amount of fees ia the same a
heretofore paid, notwithstanding the aug
menlntion in Ilio number of Professorships
and improvement in tlm cotirso of induc
tion. W. E. HORNER. M. D.
Denn of Medical Faculty.
Philadelphia, July 20ih, 1836.
Insieiuicj of Medfclns
iM ntori.i Jledicu
TVR. RELFH'S ASTHMATIC FILLS,
THE SILK GROWER'S GUIDE.
Willi various engravings,
AT Al fF.R AN.OM. IN ADVANCE,
ON Wednesday, August 3. 1836, tho
first number ofihe SILK GROW
ER'S GUIDE will be published by llie
subscriber, ond continued every other
Wednesday thereafter, each number con
taining 10 large super royal octavo pages
doublo columns, expressly adapted for
binding, and the whole subject fully illus
trated by appropriate engravings.
Every possible source of Information will
be used to make this a standard publication
for American cultivators nf Silk. The cd
tor is extensively familiar with tho subject
from personal experience in lis most impor
tant branches, and come prepared to fur
nish Ins readers with information so much
dcircd on this interesting subject, He
will also bo assisted by valuable pens in
this citv and its vicinity, where tho Mul
berry tree and Silk Worm have for miny
Dorastus Hoi ton's Kstate.
STATE OF VERMON V, )
District of Chittenden, ts. (
The Honorable tho Probate Court within
and for the District aforesaid, to all per
sons concerned in tho estate of Dorastus
Hollon, laic of Burlington in said dis
trict, deceased. Greeting.
WHEREAS, tho Administrator ofsaid
f T deceased proposes to render an ac
count of his administration, and present his
account against said estate lor examination
and allowance at a session of the Court of
Probate, to be holdcn nt Willcy's Inn in
Wilhston, on the first Monday of October
Therefore, you aro hereby notified to
appear beloro said court at the time and
place aforesaid, and shew cause, if any you
have, why tho account aforesaid should not
Given under my hand at Williston. this
27lh day of August, A. I). 1836.
GEO. B. MANSER, Register
Dr. B. J. Heineberg
RESPECTFULLY informs tho inhnb
itnnts of Burlington and Vicinity that
ho has opened an Apothecary Shop in
Church-street, two doom south of the
Bank of Bnrlincton, where, under tho enre
of a regular and experienced German A-
pothecary (whom Ur. II. has lately engag
ed) Doctors' prescriptions will be attended
to al all hours ; and where simple and
compound medicines may bo had in all po
siblc varieties. In addition to this, Dr. H
has also on hand a choice selection nf per
fumcries, which ho will sell at reasonable
"CIANATICISM by tho author of nalu
M. ral 'History of Enthusiasm.' For Bala
have, from their extraordinary success
in giving instant relief, and in curing colds,
couch. asthmas, difficulty of brcalhin-'. whee.
zinir. Hi. iIpcss ol llie chest, nam in iiiesiuc.
. . I (' 1 1 I . -.1, .. .1 .l,:n..!.H. I1..I ...... .n!iin,l ntnan .Mnnli.n
RnilllU-T I UIOUU. CUIUS UIIU .III.VIIIId iiiu. I VUI'I. HI.L1TVU V.IUOU . ..!..
nrcccde lovers ana lunscompiainis goncrany 1 1 i ue cultivation 01 inc muiDcrry 1 rce
becomo ono of tho most popular medicides ;n ll its varieties tho rearing of Silk
known, and are sought alter Irom every pari Worms production of Cocoon. reeling,
of tho country, on account of the asioniiluug manufocluring and dying Silk tho ooy
cucccss that lias atledded their administration in.ro.iul,,:on f ile Silk business ilu itn
in the above .complaints, frequently curing ,, vauolo every farmer- its profits
(ho mosl obstinate cases, and giving the most . no(.linr nnni(.nhilitv 1,. nur climate, nnd
iinn.nm.ini llltr ntlOP OVTtV fltlinr TfMTMllV I I J
had railed, and nersoris had given themselves '" -ur farmers, with numerou,
'V.. ... . V . "r i.,., other considerations, will bo fully and
1.!. .,,.,.. L.,nnn.A tn. i, c,,r honestly elucidated in this publication
..nnn I., .n.isnmittinn. nnd nYliiliilillir all tlm Philadelphia, as a locus, possesses reinarn
nfniinroacninir dissolution. And able fucililics for the acquisition and dis
such havo been tho salutary effects cf these semination of this important knowledge
Pills, even in hone oss cases, as so lar to mm. The licet Itool Eujnr culture, anu agncui
irate Iho sulferincs of tho dalicnt, as evidently 1 ural suhiecls in general will bo assiduously
to prolong life for even days and weeks, and anended lo. To make the subject pecu
givo lo il a positive comfort they nover ex- jary inlclligiblc, engravers will be freely
pecu-u iu uiuujT. nu i--- emolovcd to tiiusiraie mo worn, ouu rio
WOUUUUUl III U.PIHiJ n-ri'imiiuii, iuiviui,
cou"h, nnd procuring conifortablo rest.
Coininon celd3 arc feiquenlly removed in a
In iv hours.
(D'Although (save a person speaking of
llieso pills) my wifo has tried various mcdi
mrni. r il.n r.pkf pnt.-lirilv for sn nsllunalic
... ...w ......
dilficulty or affection ol tho lungs, which al iiiiriccn ior ,iu
limes was exceedingly oisiressing, coniniing i.uu.
ncr lo her houso for.days ond weeks logulhcr,
tho finds nothing gives her the relief which
lUtfe's Aslhmaitc 1' ills do .' easinjr her rcspi-
tion. ouielitiL' Iwr couch, and civinc her
eomrnrlablc rest." And teis is the testimony
ofhuudrtdsnr thousands. The relief which
a-ed people, , as well as others, experience from occllpil.( by Jokn s. Policin
tho uso of these pills is truly astonishing, and E Jfr r oll & Co wllCre, in nil
fact lo feomo an essential ouxiliary to their
conifoil and almost to their existence! A
nlivsician informs iho proprietor that a een
llcmaa iu Iho country observed lo him, ho
bad icason to bclicva tho use oftheso pills had
been tho moans of saving his life. Price
whole box, 30 pills $1 ; hairdo. 12 pills 50 els
CJI'IUITUAL DESrOTISM-bv tho au
3 ihor of -Fanaticism,' natural 'History of
Enthusiasm,' lor sale by
I PHYSICAL THEOItY OK ANOTIIUIl
LIFE by Iho author of ' Fanaticism,'
natural 'History of Enthusiasm,' 'Spiritual
Despotism, for sale by
OBTIIUMOUS UKCOIID3 ofo Londsn
tcr, B. D
for salo by
expense spared to placo it in the first rnnk
of the inn.t complelo publication on Silk
husbandry in America.
It will bo printed on fine paper, with
good tync, and packed up lo defy Injury in
the mail. Six copies will bo sent for 410
Address tne editor, post
F. W. LEOPOLD,
43 Chcsnut street, Philad.
SHELL COMBS & HORN TWIST
COMBS. A new assortment of Shell
side Comb', and new stylo Horn Twist
Combs. Also Quill Back Shell Combs
just received ol the Variety Shop, by
Pangoorn Si Dhinsmaid.
August 24, 1836.
THE subscribers aio now opening an
extensive assortment of Goods adapt
cd to the fall trade which will bo sold cheap
Wo havo now n full assortment ofsuper
fino Broad Cloths of every shade and qual
ity. Rich ond heavy, plain St Plaid Cas'mr's.
A few ps. now stylo Durham Cas'mr's.
40 ps. 6-4 French ci hnghsii Merinos
1 Case Elegant Fig'd Marinos.
Batting, Wadding, Cambric Linings Sic
LATiinop Si Potwin.
Sept. Cth 1836.
Cure for tho ITCH,
sTTOWnVER involerate in ono hour's ap-
XJL plication, and no danger of taking cold,
bv usinff Dumfries Itch Ointment. This pre
paration, for pleasantness, safoty, expedition,
else and ccriumiy, nanus unrivaueu iur me
euro of this troublesome complaint. It is so
HE undersigned have commenced l he
mercantile business in tin: store for
to their present stock, which is n respect
able one they are receiving nnd will re
ceivo in tho courso of eight or ten diys, ad
ditions uf every variety of Engli.li, French
Dry Goods, Dry Groceries,
China, Glass cc Crockery
Ware, Looking Glasses, &c,
which will make it ono of the mot exten
sive nssortmenls now offered in this place
Just received nnd nre now opening somo
of the leading nrticlcs.viz : 4 nnd 5-4 brown
.mini-tines. 3-4 SlurliiiL's. 4 nnd 0-4 bed
Pickings, Balling, Wndding, Wicking.col
Fire ! Fire ! !
(fTpHE members oftho Vermont Mutual Firo
IL Insurance Company are hereby notified
that tho following assessments havo been mado
by Iho Directors, on all notes inforco, on Iho
following days, lo wit :
Uec. 7, KS35, 1-4 01 1 per ceni.
do 20, do 1-2 do do do do
Jan. 6, 1836, 1-4 do do do do
Feb. 10, do 3-4 do do do do
March C, do 1-2 do do do do
May 10, do 14 do do do do
Juno 15, do 1-2 do do do do
Makini-3 ncr cent assessment for Iho year
said ncr ccntaeo to bo cast on Ilio original a
mount ol tho premium note, wiinoui rciar
enco lo any endorsement, nnd lo be paid lo
Iho treasurer at 111s omen in .ioniiuiMir. un ur
before the 19lh day of October 1836. An
onnoitunitv will be presented lo rnrwaiu as
scssmcuts by the members of the Legislature,
nnd 1 inso who nc-' eel lo lorwaru inoir as-rs
mnnl Klhcn. aro referred to tho 8 sec. of the
act attached to each policy for the conscquon
ccs. Uv order of Ilio Uircclors.
CALVIN JAY KEITH, Treasurer.
Monloolier. Autr. 20. 1836.
ITT-Tlie nrinlers of each weekly newspaper
in Ibis Stato aro requested lo puuneu inu
l.ni-.. nniicn ilirnn weeks successively, and for
ward their bills by iho members ol tho Logis
lalure for payment.
rapid as well ascortain in its operation- as lo inn Yam, Indigo, hlun Prints, dark do
1 . i i i l. .1 : i , (P..,.,.. I . , . n i Mi-i t.. I , : .. 1 (0 1 1 1
MirUS fjyu ouu l uutc 1J miii-i , iiiiauu jn,,
noils. rrev Cloths. Pnner Hancinss, &c
Sic. Tho nublic oro rcsoectfully invited
to call. Cosh, or Goods at thn lowest cash
prices, paid for good inblo Butter.
11 NOBLE LOVELY,
Burlington, Sept. 1. 1836.
on the 9th inslnnt, a
small, short legged
line back red cuw,
with short horns, and
considerable white on various parts of her
body. Whoever will return her or give
information where sho may bo found, shall
bo amply compensated.
' STEPHEN WHITNEY.
Burlington Sept. 10.
euro this disagiccablo disorder most effectually
in one hour's application only. Il does not
contain the least particle of morcury or oilier
dangerous ingredient, and may bo applied
wilh period satosy Ly pregnant women or
lo children at Iho breast, l'rico 37 i cents a
box, with ample dircctious.
DR. IUlfk's ANI.BII.IOUS FILLS.
For indigestion, loss of appetite, listless
noBF, C'otlivencss, Flatulence, Cliolic, Bilious
affections, &c. To comment on Ilio emcacy
of llieso Pills after a successful experience of
many years in England and America has
established their reputation, is needless : Suf
flico it to observe thai for redundancy of bilo,
flatulence, co.livcncss, headache, tec. llicy
will undoubtedly provo fur more sorvine
nblo than thoso drastic purcos too frequently
employed, and will not only tend at the samo
to remove Iho offending causo by gcnllo
motions and strengthen tho digestive organs
but improvo tho nppctilo and ronovate the
system, l'rico 5U cents
d AMDRIAN TOOTIf-ACIIE FILLS
J Tho relief is immediate, without the least
injury to the teeth. Price 50 cents a box.
TV. Rel"s' VEGF.TABLE SPECIFIC,
JL-r for sick headachs, Ac. Price 50 cents.
A PRW thousand feet nf 3 1 4 PLANK
not less limn 12 inches wide, and as
much wider as convenient. The timber
1. n .ilk.. nL- nal, Itnnsli K-rrll mn
.IIUJI UU 1.,,,. WW... .., uwww... w.aw..,
nle, bass-wood, or yellow pine, but must be
' . . .C, .1.1. i.:i.
nearly or quno cienr cu Knots-. i nu mu
est market price will bo paid in cash, on
delivery, at tho Burlinpton Mills.
Burlington, 8th mo. 22d, 1836.
Lyman & Cole,
Will nay cash for flceco Woo
in clean merchantable order, delivered al
their 6lore in Burlington. July I.
THE Medical Lectures in Ilnrvard U.
niversity will begin ot Iho Massachu
setts Medical College in Mason. Bt. Boston,
the first Wednesday in November next, at
1.4 before!), A. M. and will continue thrcn
months. For ono month after the end or
Iho courso, lectures will he delivered in the
College, ond Die Dissecting Room will be
open lo such students as may remain, with
out additional fee. Such sttidrnls tna
also utlrnd Iho Practice of the Massacliu
setts Gencriil Hospital.
Anatomy and Operation in .
Surgery, . . Dr. Warren.
Chemistry, .Dr. U'ebsierr.
M.uerin ile(!!cn, . Dr. Bijelow.
Jicl ivifery undtiMedicil Juris
prudence, ... Dr. Chnnning.
Principles of Surgsry and Clin
leni Surgery, ... Dr. Hnywnrd.
I lieory and 1'rncnce of l'h)eic, Ur. Ware.
Clinical Lectures will bo delivered as
usual on tho casts in lliu Masiachusetw
XEIV DISSECTLYO ROOJi.
A new Dissecting Room is now buildina-.
and will be finished before iho Lectures
begin. Ii will occupy oil the vacant land
cait nf the Medical College. Every care is
lOKing to mono this important;parl nt tho
medical school us perfect as possible, so
that it may furnish to the student amplo
facilities for prosecuting In3 Anatomical
studies. The legal enactments of tho
state, so liberally nnd bo wisely framed.
will be faithfully and thoroughly applied to
r r: ; i 7i ' l'c accomplishment of their important ob-
uuriington rcmaio seminary. Meets.
rriHE LIFE AND TIMES. RELIGIOUS
JL AND POLITICAL OPINIONS of John
Milton, wilh an appendix, containing animad
versions upon Dr. Johnson's Lifo of Milton
by Joseph Ivimey author of Iho ' History ol
Ilio tmghsli ilaplists,' Ac ecc. ; lor salo bv
rpHE Fall and Winter
M. ccs September 1 4th.
enter nt the commencement of the term.
Mr. D. A. BnAMAN will have tho charge
of the boarding establishment, which the
tnends nl the school believe will be con
ducted to tho entire satisfaction of natrons
Applications to be made to the Principal,
OlAnV J. llREE.V.
English tuition, board, lights, fuel
and washinrr per quarter
French, do do
Latin, do do
Drawing, do do
Instrumental Music du
do I 00
Faculty of ColU-go
lion. (i. Allen.
E. T. Englcsby.
W. A. Giiswold
C. Adams, E-n.
Mr S. Hicknk.
W. Lvman. Etq
II. & L.C.Lonmis
J. B. Hollcnbeck.
N. B. Music taught by Prof. Molt, Miss
II. Hosford assistant ; Mr. l'j. II. Prutity
teacher of Vocal Music. Chnrgcs made tor
term of entrance, except in cases of sick
ness. August 1 1, lll.ib.
Hon. Alvnn For.tc,
Mr J. S. Potwin,
Prof. G.W. Benedict,
Mr Harry Bradley,
IN. II. liaswi il, tq.
Mr Henry Mnyo,
Geo. P. Mnrh, E-q.
Mr S. E. Howard,
TUST received Si fur sale by ROBERT
2 Boxes French Olives
I do Anchovies
1 do Caper
1 Case preserved Ginger
2 Boxes Prunes
1 Jar Tamarinds
1 Case best salad Oil
1 Box preserved Citron
.flui-uif 25, 1836.
WALTER CHANNING. Denn.
Boston, July, 1836.
fTIO pcrsnns suffering from R H E U M
X ATIC COMPLAINTS. To thi
Editor nf the Enouirer Sir. On the prin
ciple inculcated by the great and good Dr.
franklin, to diffuse as widely as possible
every means within our power to mitigate
or soften Iho afflictions of suffering human-
ity, I feel it incumbent on mo to mako
3 00 known through the medium of your useful
5 00 paper, that on reading therein on adver
tisement of Dr. Jebb's Liniment, for the
cure of RHEUMATISM, I was forcibly
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years subjected, some times almost depriv
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used iho wholo uf it, found very scnsiblo
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Mcdcalf's Patent Compound
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A perfect sutislituto fur l.imceil Oil for all
kinds of Puiiiling. is offered lo Ihe public by
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its utility. Il is now about eight years since
t was brought lo lis present stale or pcrlec
lion, and durinz that has been extensively
used tl tested in every way which Linseed Oil
is used for painting, fur inside and outside
liouso painting, on brick and on wood, and
for coaches, siirns, boats Sic. As for spread
ins and drying lor inside work it is nol sur
passed, and fur body, and durability in situa
tions exposed to Ihn sun and weather, it is
warranted Iur sunorior lo mo dcsi i.inseca
Oil and being light colored renders it prefer
nhln fiir while and all olhcr delicate colors.
Ono oflho fust naintini? establishments in
this cily of more than twenty years standing
.nv in their ccrlilkalo " Having used Mod.
calf's Patent Paint Oil do cortily that moro
surfaco and belter painting enn bo done per
llon. than when m xcd Willi puro i.insccu
Oil. This oil forms a combining subslauce
when mixed with pure Leads that docs nol
decompose and rub off by exposure lo tho sun,
nd bv oxnerionco of two years, wo aro war.
ranted in saying that painting done with this
oil, will stand the weather much longer, and
remain unimpaired, when painting done in the
For tho euro of
Colds, Asthmas, Whooping Cough, spiltirg of
ISlond ana Uonsumplions.
ICELAND MOSS croA-s plentifully in thn
Island of Iceland, from whenco il (alios
its name, and in all Ihe high northern lati
tudes of Euroiio and Asia, whore its Medicinal
qualities havo been long known, nnd highly
M-i.:- . i . .. . .!.. I .
upireuiiucu- I ins pmui cuniaiiia u icuigur
proportion of Vtgetable Mucilage than any
other known subsianco, and in combination'
with il is a bitter principle which acts most
beneficially In giving strength In cases ol'grcat
wcaUncss und ucointy ol ino lungs, i ne
knowlcdgo of many of our most valuablo mcd.
iciucs, fur tho euro of diseases, have been ob
tained from observing their clfoct on brute
animalsi-so in tho enso nf this most invaluable'
Moss. Its virtues wcro first discovered by
llicir clfucts on tho hardy, long-lived anil
sagacious Rain Deer, which dorives its prin
cipal nurishmcnt from Iho Iceland Moss, and
whoso mux becomos so highly imuuod wilh.
ilsBalsomic virtues, thai ills used with tho
greatest confidence ns a sovereign remedy by
inhabitants ofall those countries Tor lha
.. i ...mi , ' i r.;i i7i,. ... ii.ink euro ofall diseases oflho breast nnd lungs. In
' .i'-.i... in France, this rumnnnnil has Icny been known.
il surpasse.every . nng nn . uu. - - 7.'. , - -, J
John N. rassett has purchased llie ngni io - ")"- , . "V.," "
make and vend lhe''Palenl Compound Oil" as much as lo tho salubuly of the climate, i.
in the following Stales, viz : Pennsylvania, probably owing tho very .small number
New York, Massachusetts. Vermont, Conncc- ofufai caies ofconbumplion in 1 1 rat country
ticul, New Jersey, South Carolina, Ohio, compared with Groat Ur.Un and Ihe United
Michigan, Illinois and Indiana, and cauliuns S ales. T'lia Syrup contains
ll penons. gai...t any infringement, as every vl. lues oj ho Moss 1"""?"$$,
offence will bo met wilh rigorous prosecution lorrn, and is prepared from llie orifcu. icco.
Tho price or Ilio "Patent U.l" will bo one ... J , 1 , . "V. MINGS Sc CO. Baltimore.
quarter loss than Linseed O.I. It Is warranted J., lit "fi.on-- il !' holr fac-
..w..v n---- , ....... ik.
simile upon each bill ol iroc i". "
nnd sold wholesalo and retail by
Dealer, in Paints. OIU, VarnUh.to. 201 River envelope. CTaiJ
street TroylN.Y. Augnsl5, 1836. 'J. J. 1.. I
mid sealed with their seal.
Si Co., wholesalo agenU-