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Prom ttie Bolton Mercantile Journal.
RECEIPT FOR MAKING CAKES. VERSIFIED If S. A. A. If lliere'ii n laity in ihii learned land, Upon her tea-board wishes something grand,- Let her take this itdvice s Here i a oke, whose rUvnr, pant dispute 'J he most fiisiidiouss pillule needi inuit suit J Try il 'lis very nice. Two poundi of flour from fi entity gathered wheal, line ha It a pound ot Duller mat is sweet, White sugar oflhe same weight, A pint of milk, three eggs, 11 little jemt Such wis freed, 'tis said, it always best A relish to cieule. Tart of the flour and milk and jeast mix well, -Ami let it stand till it duilt plainly tell 'T is as the oilier light ; The butter then, the eggs nnd sugar stir Together nicelj as jou would prefer Pound cake on bridal night. This last along wiili balance of your flour, To the first mixture you should gently pour, And let tbem onrc more atnnd, That the grand compound may become so light The merest glance asmres you it is right ; Then put it in the pan. To tine your cakes fit for a courtier's table, Requires, I judge, us near as I am able Five hours or thereabout ; Then will you have, or I'm no judge, I ween As wholesome comfits as were ever seen, For levee or for rout, P. S. A lady at my elbow hints, That as a stitch improves a rent in chinli, Salt makes the dough lets tough. Use it or not ; I deem it little matter. Since capes like capons, never need be better, When they are good enough. Paragraphs upon Heights. Heig hi of -Absurdity. To call at the "bye and JSar Infirmary" to get an eye drilled into a bro ken knitting needle. Height of Folly. To get drunk and lie across the rail-road lor repose. Height of Inquisilivcnctt. To climb the house-top, and look down chimney to eco what one s neighbor has lor dinner. Heishtof Civility. To run against post in the street, and then beg pardon for the encounter. Height of Gallantry. When intoxicated to reel along the street with a lady under your arm, to escort her safely home. Height of Honor. To defraud one's landlord or tailor for the sake of discharge ing one's gambling debit. Height of Temperance. To keep one's skin constantly soaked in ardent spirits, without ever getting drunk. Height of Philosophy. To starve one's self to death in order lo illustrate the ben eficial effects of the Graham system. Height of Benevolence. To tumble down tlio staircase and break your head lo avoid stepping on a kitten thai is reposing on the stair. Height of Charily. To give a door beg gar a dollar, and at the same lime threaten to horse-whip him if be ever troubles you .again. Height of the Ridiculous.'- After being tumbled down a precipice in a stage-coach full of passengers, amidst the shrieks and groans and fainling, to hear a lady with tears in-her eyesinquiring for her band box. Boit. Pott. A Poetical Genius. Recently, in -Glasgow, a poetical genius was hauled up -before a police magistrate for kissing a girl and kicking up a dust, when the follow, ing poetical dialogue ensued : Magistrate Is your name John Jay ? Prisoner. Yes, your honor, 60 the peo ple ssy. .Magistrate--Was it you that kissed the girl and raised the alarm? Prisoner Yes, your honor.but I thought it no harm. Magistrate You rascal ! did you come here to make rhvmes? Prisoner No, your honor, it will happen so sometimes. Magistrate Be off, you scamp; get out or my sight. Prisoner Thank'e your honor, then I'll bid you good night! Retort Clerical. At a convention of clergymen some years since, it was propo eed by one of the members, after they had dined, that each should entertain the com. pany with some interesting remarks Among the rest, one drew upon his fancy, and related a dream. In his dream he went to heaven, and he proceeded to relate what he saw there, describing the golden streets, the river of life, Sic. &c Ashe concluded, one of the divines, who was somewhat noted for his penurious and money. saving habits, stepped up to the narrator, and inquired jocosely, "Well, did you see any thing of me in your dream?' "xes." "indeed! what was 1 doing? "O, you were on your knees." "Praying was If" ''SSo; icraptng up the gold!" NEW GOODS. CJ YDNEY BARLOW has received his O Fall and Winter supply of Goods, and respectfully invites tho public: to call and eee them. Pearl-st., Burlington, Nov. II, 1836 Silver Alarm and Gold Lapine Watches of an eicelleut quality, Just received at tho Variety Shop. PANGBORN & BRINSMAID. Nov. 10. Young Cattle. Ci A HEAD of two year old cattle for sa!i 'TJ by Hickok & Catlin Sept. 22. Lamp-wicks, Glasses, & Can dlesticks. q(( DOZ. Lamp Wicks, for Brass 8l iJUU pewter store lamps ; for astral and reading lamps ; Glasses for the brass store lamps and the chimney; glasses for astral lamps; Plated and brass candlesticks, snuf fers and trays at the Variety Shop. Oct, 26. Panodorn Si Brinsmaid. twos OTtfiaiitttJtjiMaa May be used in Wine or Water. mHESE cellcbratcd bitters are compos A ed purely of-vegetables of ,, most innocent yet Bpccihc virtues, i rccommenueu pumi.u,.., r weok constitutions. Cleansing uic eiunmi.ii ... .1 -.!.. 1 urn, run. ana increasing mo upHeme r---- lalive against thecnoiera morous, ii.vi.i- and ague, removing nausea, vuii..u..b- heart burning, weakness in the stomach and other symptoms o flatulence and indigestion, uno do w . KllSSell S Itch Uintmcnt. . Tliia rhn rn nnd sale ointnicnl is saiu to be superior lo any now in use, for thaUlis- agreeable and loathsome discasc.tho ITCH Thi. ninimr.ni is so certain in its operation ihnt nr. nnrsnn troubled with the above fticnrrli.r nnnhi not to bo without it. It is a remedy for cutaneous eruptions, scorbut- ic affections of the head, or any other breaking out which arises from sharp Int. mours in the blood. Price 25 cents a box. hlo Killinnsl HUBaoll O , iiv.uu.v , tm mm FOR rrcneral usc.in caseses of Jaundice, morbid sensibility of the stomach and bow- els, loss ofappetite.ftEtid breath, costive- ness, rues, anu an uiseases unsnij; ""' biliary derangements, also for correcting tne state 01 1110 oioou, unu uiubiioiuk system ofjfoul and viscid humors. These puis are a mnu cntnariic, pruuucwg hbiuii pains nor griping, and are therefore a val- liable and highly approved mecicine, and are pronounced as such by the most dis. tinguished physicians. Each box con- mining 38 Pills. Price 27 1-2 cents a box. MUSSeli S Cellebrated Salt Rheum Ointment. I . i THIS is unquestionably the best and safest remedy ever vet offered to the pub. lie lor thai obstinate disorder onui RHEUM. Where oilier means havo fail. ed. il has succeeded, and the fact that it has been extensively used by emincn; Practitioners speaks cmumes in its praise. Itiscouallv efficacious in all diseases of I the skin, ring worms, and the most invete rate Itch, Sic. Sic. Numerous certificates micht be obtained, but the proprietor chooses that a fair trial should be the only evidence of its sunerior efficacy. Price 50 cents a box. A fresh auonlv is iust received and for sale bv J. & J. H. Peck & Co., Dr. Moody Lathr'op & Poiwin Burlington S. H. Barne Charlotte M. Hull Hincsburgh Union & Strong, G. & VV. L. Parker Huntington & Whate Vergennes Skiff & Loosey Checkebury oreen Jamin Hamilton, P J letchnr Jcrico D. B. Wilson. S. B I letcher Essex D. & W. Carpenter Waterbury and with the Drugists generally ilirntirrliritit Ihn United Sillies, and at whole by vvm. li.'.cstitnpson ol up. xbioii . . or. r, . I For the cure of Colds, Asthmas, Whooping Covgh, spilling oJ Is load ana Lonsumpuons. CELAND MOSS grows plentifully in the Island of Iceland, from whenee it takes its name, and in all the high northern lati tudesof Europe and Asia, where its Medicinal qualities have been long known, and highly ppreciatcu J his plant contains a icarger proportion of Vegetable Mucilage than any other known substance, and in combination with it is a bitter principlo which acts most beneficially in giving strength in cases of great weakness and debility of tho lungs. The knowledge of many of our most valuablo mcd icines, for Iho cure ot diseases, nave been ob tained from observing their effect on brute animals;-BO in tho caso of this most invaluable Moss. Its virtues were first discovered by their effects on the hardy, long-lived anu aeacious Rain Deer, which dorives its prin cipal nurishment from tho Iceland Moss, and whose milk beomes so highly imbued with its Balsamic virtues, that it is used with the rreatest confidence as a sovcreisn remedy by the inhabitants of all those countries for the cure ofall diseases of the breast and lungs. In France, this compound has long been known and extensively used ; and to its salutary effects diljon t0 lnc re80UrCes of medicine of the ut asmuchastotho salubrity of the climate, is , jmrjottancQ as a neutializintr scent. To probab y owing tho very small number ofaiarcamo compared with Great Bntan and the United States. This Syrup contains all tho medicinal viitues ofthe Moss in the most concentrated form, and ia prepared from the ongnal receipt from Paris, only by. E. HUTOHINGS t CO. Baltimore And none is cenuine unless it has ihoirfac- simile upon each bill of direction also upon the envelope, lETanU sealed Willi ineir seal. & J. II. PECK i-Lo.' wholesale agents- Elexir Vegetal Balsamique. N. H. DOWN'S VEGETABLE BALSAMIC ELIXIR For Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Catarrh Croup, Asthma, Whooping Cough, and al other diseases of tho head, chest and lungs. Pamphlets containing a history ofthe med. icine a sketch of the diseases for which il is recommended certificates from unques tionable sources ample directions, and much other important information accompanying each bottle may bo had of any of tho Agen cies, gratis. J. CURTIS, Druggist, St. Al bans, Vt. wholesale Agent and joint proprie tor. Tho following are especially appointed retail Agents. Burlington Lathrop & rot win, Janes, Smith k Co. and K. Moody. Hincsburgh A. S. Sc. D. G. Weller. Milton Wellington, Whitney & Co., Clark, iioardman u uo. Charlotte Samuel H. Barnes, and most other respectablo Druggists, ic. ia the coun try. St. Albans, July 12,1336. tf Wanted, Yds. Sheep Gray Cloth-200 lbs. yv woolen Knitting Yarn, and 1000 pairs Woolen Socks in exchange for goods. Sept. 2), Lyman & Colic. Q3IMPROVED ROTARY STOVE. THE Subscriber would jiut say to Iho nublic. thai ho haw received a large quantity of the Improved Rotary Stove, of different sizes and will keep them constant ly on hand nt his Store, Notlli Etde ot Court House Square. of 'dV' 'p; Also, Parlor, llox and other cook btoves. A80 geco.,u hand Stoves to sell or Rent, Annana so P ne. stove trimm nns. Bic. , ,.,. i,, ,-,, i, ,1,., ; ...onrn 1 wumu miiw i,..t.m ww..w,-- of th u 6os ,nat BUcnded the Itnprov . g . . u im. nnihln r. mBnllrBCt,lro ihem so as to sup- ri , om h.0rih calls: but Iho nub. f . onnrunci,in nn that - Rg j hav(j ovef four lnM the amount now raanmaciureu, inai & uau l-s t tl.ia limn on tlmt nnnnlo frnfll r. f . 1 . 1 t f I t .(ioinnp.n mav como without fear of disap- nmntment. I here omit a lorn? list ol tie. commendations, believing that the Improv e(j Rotary Stove has been sufficiently lest p,i. ia recommend itself in this vicinity. Tho imnrovements that we have made nnnn thr Stnvo for Iho lasl seasnn arc vat uablo j we now moke the fire Plate nearly three limes the weight of those last year and turn the friction Rollers on which the cap rC6tS) and various other improvements not necessary to mention. Tim Stoves are Cast, at the foundry of ..-. a"..l. Jo in 1). W oru. anu irom mc ucsi otuiuu anil Mnnkinn Pirr. nnd nre not surnasscd, if I, ; ,1,':. ...,; r thn rnnnirv. B. 1 have recently seen a few stoves vjcinity cned Improved Rulary stoves, that have no friction rollers unuer lh(J cjip( b(Jl turn Up0n a pivot ; the same manner that I first fixed mine: but oner l)si mine jn that Bhape one ycar, I found . .. , d j not anaWcr mv cxnec'alion. 1 ujscovetej that healing the stove caused it . . hard. especially when the Btove wa3 oaDejwhcn there was a kettle nf bocr of wa(er upon the lop jt wa8 a. mosl impossible to turn it without spilling 1 did not at first understand inn rensun. as u wuuiu iuih uuoy cold, but finally ascertained that by heat ing the stove it softened the iron, and os thu boiler would rest upon one side, it caused so much friction that it was itnpos Bible to use them with safety or eonven iencc. and in order to scl rid of this fnc tion I have placed under the outer edge o the cop friction rollers, and have them turned so as to be perfectly true and smooth. The few stoves above refered to are not made ot Ward's Foundry, neither are they made from pig or remclted iron, but from the raw ore, and the plates con Iseauentlv are more porous and sloggy and the back fire plate is not more than half the thickness of mine. Any person can very easily tell my stove, or those made at Ward's, by the friction rollers, as we make no others, WM. BLAKE. Burlington, Oct. 1 1836. Ash Timber s, m7 ANTED for the use of the Wlnowki TT Patent Block Mills, and lo be deliv . . .... . . t r cre(j at that establishment in me oourao ui lha ensuin;? winter, the lollowing uescrip tions of White AbU flanK, saweu 10 me given dimensions, square edged, sound anil tree from knots, shakes or neari wonu. No of feet, Width, Least Greatest board in thickness thickness measure. inches. to work. received. 20,000 7 U IS 25,000 0 Ifi II 20,000 0 1 1 16,000 10 n 1 15,000 11 IS 2 10,000 12 15 2 10,000 13 2 2i 6,000 14 Si 2i 4,000 14 2j 28 A L S 0, Wnnted, one thousand WHITE ASH LOGSibe standard log to be 22 inches diameter and fourteen feel long, sound and free from knots or shakes to be delivered at the Mill during the ensuing winter, or ot the wharl at Burlington in the month of May. 1837. UUY UATL.IN. Burlington, VI. Oth Sept. 1836. New Goods Sept. 8. COMPOUND Chlorine Tooth Wash, the discovery of the chloride of Soda & ifa ncpa hu T.nhnrrnmin nf Pnris. was an nd. fc principle of decay, w)ich commencing imperceptibly, slowly ... .,., u ,i (?nlli .la.imvp la fibers strength, and finally destroys , is important service which can be derived from the use o chloride of soda, when ad- ministered with skill and care ; the diseas- es ol the teeth being, in tne great majority of cases, the result of neglect, and a grad- ual accumulation of the principle above alluded lo, it became oovious, iruiu me earliest experiment, that the chloride was the proper remedy, and preferahlo to pow. ders, dentrificeB, &c. of whatever kind or pretension. By a chemical analysis il will be found that the greater part oflhe chlo rine compounds so extensively in use, do not contain a particle ot the chloride of soda, on the agency of which their efficacy . fi.. J. 1 nil, muai uibioeai I jr ucliiui i uv allium Here advertised is confidently offered to the ex amination of tho public, as possessing in an eminent degree, tho virtue of neutralizing all that is offensive in the mouth and breath, removing soreness and sponginess ofthe gums, destroying the laiot of tobacco, or any other effluvia from whatever cause. In short, this preparation will be found to justify tho various commendatory nmii-o. and recommendations it has rcceived,where. ever u nas oecn introduced. Just received and for sale at the Variety Shop. PANGBORN Si BRINSMAID. Septem. 8, 1836. Wool & Butter. rriHb bubsenbers will pay Cash for X Good Clean Fleece Wool, delivered at their Storo in Church Street. They will also pay Cash for Good Butter at ono shilling pr. pound. Lovelv & Abbott. Burlington Sept. 15th 1830. CHEAP FIRE WOOD. T HE undersigned offer for sale Fire Wood of superior quality, in small or large quantities, to bo dclirered either on their farm (3 miles north of Burling ton) or on the premises of the purchasers. The road leading through the farm to the wood lanu uemg now in excellent state, ffords to persons desiring to buy their wood on the land every facility of getting it out to the main road. B. J. Heinberg. T. P. Molt. Burlinaton, Oct. 6, 1836. India Rubber Aprons. The subscribers have received a large supply 01 tne aoovo articles irom the Lynn India Uubber Co. and can now suply their Customers with any quantity. LEMUEL UURTIS 01 U0. October 14, 1836. Paper Hangings. r 41k A lv t, n u : :.. OUW :i & nd beautiful patterns, now opening and for sale by LATHROP & POTWIN. Burlington sept. 23, 1Q3G. Harvard University. r1HE Medical Lectures in Harvard U. JL nivcrsity will begin at the Maseachu setts Medical College in Mason. st. Boston, the first Wednesday in November next, al 1.4 before 9, A. M. and will continue three months. For one month after the end of I hn onnrsn. Ipctiircs will bn delivered in the Collene. and the Dissection Room will be open to such students as may remain, with out additional tee. fauch students may also attend the Practice of the Alassacbu setts General Hospital. Anatomy and Operations in Suigery, - Dr. Warren. Chemistry, ... Dr. VVebaterr. Materia Afedicn, - Dr. Bigelow. Midwifery andjM edical Juris prudence, .... Dr. Charming. Principles of Surgery and Clin ical Surgery, - Dr. Hayward. Theory and Practice of Physic, Dr. Ware. Clinical Lectures will be delivered as usual on the cases in the Massachusetts General Hospital. NEW DISSECTING ROOM, A new Dissecting Room is now building, and will be finished before the Lectures begin. It will occupy all the vacant land east of the Medical College. Every care is taking to make this important'part of the medical school as perfect as possible, so that it may furnish to the student ample facilities for prosecuting his Anatomical studies. The legal enactments of the state, so liberally and so wisely framed,! will be raithrully and thoroughly applied to I the accomplishment of their important ob- lects. WALTER CHANNING, Dean. Boston, July, 1836. Valuable Salve. THOR Wounds, Bruises, or Sores of and Jj JUo&rC.srn those t-hirbj)ae lonir been troublesome i an immediate cure for'mirni' of Scaldn, Salt Rheum, Chapped Hands, and tha best thing that I have ever known used for sore eves, li is also good lor tho St. Anlhc nies' Fire or lrrecipotus. 1 had a child very much afflicted with it ; I applied many things, but to no cltecl until I made use ol my Salve, which cured her in one day by rubbing it on the pails attected. in tact il may bo used Joi every thing of a sore nature to good effect anc with perfect safety, and no family out; lit to be without it. It would be lound very useful on board of Steam Boats, or vessels of any kind, where accidents may happen ; especially such as Scalds or Bums, for where applied, draws out the pain immediately and heals the wound quicker than any thing else 1 ever knew used, In case of sickness, whero persons are under he necessity to havo blisters drawn, this Salve is the best application which can be made after the flies are removed. If i you wish to have itdtaw muchspread tho plaster thick; if to heal immediately, spread it very inin on linen: you ncea no otner appnea. lion. Prepared and sold by .1. RUTH EE FORD, Burlington, Vt. Price 12 1-2 cents per cake. This may cei'.ify to all that it may concern, that I have for about two years past.mado use of A. Kutheriord's heal all Halve, in my fam ily, and 1 consider it preierable to any salve 1 have ever known manufactured : its utility will apply to fresh wounds, old sores, tore eyes, scaids and burns, Elwood Irish. I do hereby cerlity mat 1 have made use ol n. i.uiiiviiuiu . uuiio ivi iioaiijr iwu jvaio, and I never found any thing ever equalled it for a burn or scald, or a Ircsh wound ; aud for 1 D..il...U..I'. ci., r. ...... sore eyes ihere is nothing that ever I tried which will restore the eyes to their natural slate in so short a time as this Salve. I do therefore recommend itlorthe benehtot man. kind. John Looan. Burlington, May, 1836. The subscriber hereby certifies that for more than a year past, in casesof woundsand bruis. cs, 1.'.- has irequencly made use ol and expert. enced the salutary ettecls ot A. nutherlord salvo, and has also witnessed the same moth ers, and must cheerfully recommend it as a valuable salve. E. W. Sf ear, Shelburn. May. 1036 We the undersigned have used A. Ruther ford's salvo for more than a year, and have known others lo uso il.and can recommend it to be the best thine wo ever knew for burns, scalds, fresh wounds, bruises, or old sores of any kind ; and we further recommeod it to be superior to any thing else, for sore eyes ; and I Milton, with an appendix, containing animad wodo think A. Rutherford's salvo ought lo be versions upon Dr. Johnson's Life of Milton ; more publicly known for the benefit of man kind at large. imatiianiel Howard, r . w. uriswolo, Lucious Henorick. Vergennes. May. 1836. 6mf3juno Utility. nnHE public arc hereby informed that X the subscriber has invented certain new and useful machinery for manufactur ing starch from potatoes, and has applied for a natent to secure his right to the same; and that he is making said machinery at his shop in Jcrico, in the state of Vermont. The obiect of said michincry is more effee ually to senarato the small Mones and gravel from the potatoes in the process of washing and in tho process of grinding, to reduce the potatoes to a more perfect pulp, by which a larger quantity of starch will be obtained than bv tho usualmelhod. Starch manufacturers are invited to call and see. 8YLVANUS RICHARDSON. Jtrico, June 30, 1836. FURS. JUST received on assortment of fine Otter Seal Caps, Hair Seal do. Also Blk. and Grey Fur Capes. Fur Ties, &c. Lemuel u turns ot uo. Octobers), 183G. New Goods, Needles. Saddlers'. Milleners'. Harness, Darning Knitting, Glovers, Becdings, Assorted Si common sewing Needles', ot uemming ol Sons' Manulacturc, just rec a at tne vane I ty Shop. Pangborn & Brinsmaid. September 1836. Fall Goods at the Variety-shop. "IMTE are getting in our Fall Good?, all - ml . T things necessary to keep our assort ment in good order ; Watches, Clocks, perfumery, Tea-pots, Military Goods, Cas tors, Jewelry, Slocks, Collars, linen and satin Bosoms, Lamp wicks, Toys, and an endless variety ol Fancy articles. All per sons are invited to call and look at them at e Variety Shop, Pangborn Si Brinsmaid. Medcalfs Patent Compound Oil for Painting. A perfect substitute for Linseed Oil for all kinds of Painting, is offered to the public by the subscribers with the fullest assurance of its utility. It is now about eight years since it was brought to its present slato of perfec tion, and during that has been extensively used & tested in every way which Linseed Oil is used for painting, for inside and outside house palntinir, on brick and on wood, and for coaches, signs, boats kc. As for spread- ing and drying for inside work it is not sur passed, and for body, and durability in situa tions nxposod to tho sun and weather, it is warranted far superior to tho best Linseed Oil and being light colored renders it prefer. able for white and all other delicate colore. One of the first painting establishments in this citv fof more than twenty vears standintrl say in their certificate " Having used Med. call's ralent faint Uit do cerlity thai more surface and better painting can be done por gallon, than when mixed with pure Linseed Oil. This oil forms a combining substanco when mixed with pure Leads that does not decompose and rub off by exposuro to the sun, and by experience of two years, we are war ranted in saying that painting done with this oil, will stand the weather much longer, and remain unimpaired, whon painting done in iho usual way will not, and for oil cloths, we think it surpasses every lliinir that we evor used." John N. Fassctt has purchased the right to make and vend the "Patent Compound Oil" in tha following States, viz : Pennsylvania, New York. Massachusetts, Vermont, uonncc- ticut, New Jersey, South Carolina, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and Indiana, and cautions all persons, against any infringement, as every ortence will be met with rigorous prosocuuon. The price oflhe "Patent Oil" will be one Quarter less than Linseed Oil. It is warranted and sold wholesale and retail oy FASSET J , or.LUt.iN At uo Dealers in Paints, Oils, Varnish, &c. 201 River street Troy N.Y. August 5, 1836 New Goods ept. 16. VEGETABLE ROUGE, "an exquisjtc article for enriching the glow of the chaobi thi. b.ouiiiul cosmetic preparation has at all limes found a place al the fash ionable toilet. Il is an innocent, yet pow. erful auxiliary where circumstances have rendered assistance expedient, it is free from any noxious ingredient and entirely innocent; calculated lo create new beauties where beauties were before ; to add fresh ness to the cheek which care or illness may have rendered languid ; and in place of the Uily to plant the Kose; just received at the Variety Shop. I'ANGIIOnN as HnlNSMAtn. New Arrangement. THE subscribers having entered into copartnership in the manufacture of Sheet Iron, Copper and Tin Ware, the bu siness will hereafter be continued under the firm of STARR & BOSTWICK at the old stand of J. J. Starr, in Church street, opposite the Jail, where all kinds of Job work will be done on short notice and in the best manner. They have now on hand large and general assortment of plain and Japaned which they will dispose of at wholesale or retail, as low as can be purchased in this section of the country. They have also on hind and will shortly receive Improved Rotary and other Conking and Box STOVES, 0f various sizes and most approved patterns Stove Furniture and Pine of nil deserin iinniill nf whinh will hr- anlH nn ilwmnsi reasonable terms. All orders in their line will be promptly attended to J. J. b l AKU, II. H. BOSTWICK. Burlington, Sept. I, 1836. New Goods. A N extensive assortment of Fall & Win. XjL (er Goods, of all the usual varieties kept id the country just Rec'd & for sale Dy f. VUUL.ll 1 Ltu. Sept. 15. flHE LIFE AND TIMES, RELIGIOUS JL ANU rULITICAL. OPINIONS of John by Joseph Ivimey author of the ' History of the tnglisli uapnsis, ic He. ; lor sale by V. nAKKJNuTUIv ntltmmHIHHWHHtlHHiWt REMOVAL. TTAVlKti dissolved my connexion. JUL in business with Mr. Abbott, andj Xremoved to the west side of the Square, Il would tender my sincere thanks to my I friends and the public for the patronage of the past ycar, and respectfully soli. cit its continuance, ana tne good omces of all who wish me well. I am now making, and design to keep on hand, a rronri auortment ot Cabinet Furniture & Chairsf adapted to the market. Si shall endeavor to make the new establishment worthy of public confidence and support. West Jside Court House Square. f D. K. PANGBORN. 1 Burlington. Oct. 3. 1836. MttstMitmm JLyman as tmc , HAVE received an extensiyeassrtment I of FALL and WINTER GOODS. comprising Blue, Black, Blue black, Olive, claret, brown, Invisible green, drake neck, polish and other shades of green Broad Cloths. ... Black, blue, fancy strip'd, check'd, plaid, royal rib'd, victorine and buck skin Laisi. MERES. . , .. Pi.in M,MM. rind striped Satinctti, Heavy mill'd Cloth, Pilot Cloth, Peters, ham and Mohan Coating. Tho above em braces a very extenuive assortment ol this description of goods, and are worthy the imcimuM n .l...li A rich variety ot vkstinqs, Heavy black, and blue black, Silk' Velvet vest ng. l-'igureuonu stripeu uu. , plaid, ana stripeu ohk uo. Volentia. Toilinel nnd Cassimere.do. WOORSTED STUFFS. French, German nnd English Merinos. A few pieces dork figured Merinos. G( de Nap ond Crape do. Merino Circassians and Bombazetle. Moreen and Damask. German Goats Hair Camblets. Eiiglun and imitation do. Brnchellas and Princet ta. German Rug Worsted. White, scar i ,! miv.,fi L-niiinirr worsted. Clouded ..,.,Mnn vnrn. silk floo &c. Block, blue black, b.'own, green nnd drab Bombazine, Merino Trimmings, uiuuu Edgings, Inserting iace, otc. Shawls and HaiiC'kcrcincH. u.ovw - Hosiery. A splendid .tssorimeni oi ti..i. .-.I t-i... ui 'l. 'r.m iU Swiss iiid Gro de Rhine, figur'd end plain do. '" orcd and nlaid Gro de Naples, bewing Silk and Twist. Silk Camblets and Pon gees. Printed and plain Shallys. A great varleiv oi i ri-ncn anu ciiigusu cPstiixaoss. ... . having been bought by the case, will ba sold very cheap. A variety of iFantj? gu-ucicfl, Rich fancy down Scarfs, Fur Tippets. fancv Collars. Ladies fancv Silk Cravats. Tamboard and French worked Capes and Collars, Shallv Ildktu nnd Shawls, hew- ins silk uo igured Mlk. urape, uauze. and other Fancy Handkerchiefs'. DOMESTIC GOODS. Cotton Sheeting, Shirting, blcach'd do. Canton Flannels, Drilling, Tick, Wadding, Batts, Wicking and Cotton Yarn. Sept. 29. Pig Iron. 160 tons English and Dutch Pig Iron, receiving bv J. & J. H. PECK Sf Co. Aug. 25. TO FARMERS. BUTTER, GHAY CLOTH, AM) KLA.1MKL. Lemuel Curtis & Co. WILL pay the highest price for the best ofBuller Also, wanted 500 vard Grey Cloth & 600 yds. Flannel all Wool. Rurlinzlan Sept 30(i 1236 Earthou, -G lass &, China Ware. f Packages comprising Liverpool, plain -'-' and gill China wra in great varieties. Dinning Setts complete, Aslral Lamps, cut Fruit dishes; Champaign, Jelly and Wine Glasses, Tumblers kc. ice. LATIIliOP & POTWIN. Nov. II. Aitna. Insurance Company. nr. suoscriuer continues to insure all kinds of real mid personal nronertv as ogent for said Company, to whom ap plication may ut all times be made at his Office in Burlington. Tl-o established reputation of this Company for stability, fairness and liberality in iheir dealings, needs no further commendation. Wm. A. Griswold. Burlington, Aprl 6, 1836. Rose Lip Salve FOR sale nl the Variety Shop. Pa.vgburn Sl BniM RlrtSMAID. Oct .27. Wood-Choppers Wanted. rilHE subscribers wish to employ twenty JL or thirty men l chop Cnrd Wood. JANES, SMITH & CO. Aug. 18, 1836. PHYSICAL THEORY OK ANOTHER LIFE by tho author of Fanaticism natural 'History of Enthusiasm.' 'Sbirituil Despotism,' for sale by V. HARRINGTON. Aug. 26. The Sick Man's Friend. Morison's Pills, Or the real genuine HygeianUniversal Me dicine oflhe British College of Health, in packages of, 2, or 3 dollars, can be ob tained in tins luwn, only of the regularly appointed Agent. Ah you value " healtlj, which is life," see that you get the genuine Pills ; they are signed S. Gage at present, (but will soon bo signed H. Filch) State Agent, and A. Brinsmaid, sub agent for Burlington, Vt. all others are base coun terfeits. For tho convenience of the pub lic, they will bu, with the Powders and s Hygeian Book, kept nt tho Variety Shop. A. BRINSMAID. Agent for Burlington, Vt. JUIV. O, IHJO. Gilt and Mahocanv Frnrrm Looking Glasses, from 25 cts. to fourteen dollars, fur sale by , LOVELY &. ABBOTT. September 16. 1836. riiHt; si'jiiJVUFJKLD FIRE IJT A SURANCECOMPJIJVV :i....iL the most favorable terms, Dwelling Housei Stores, and other buildings, Furniiure.lt Merchandize of every description, against joss or damage by fire. Application for insurance will receive immediate attention. WYLLYS LYMAN,