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1,425 for llic fair Defendant. This rcr
ilict was n little larger Minn the former one.
Wo diil not nllcnd this trial in llio ex
nminntion, but had t!io pleasure to listen to
soma of tho nrgtimcnts of-llio ingenious
counciland iho charco of the Court.
There was one point in tho charge which
created n trifling sensation mining somu of
the "single gentlemen," whoenmo to listen
nnd learn, probably, how to defend a broken
promise, in such ensn made nnd provided
It wns substantially this, if wo undorniood
his honor corrccllv. That it did not require
nn explicit promise to bind tho portico to n
innrriugu contract. Tho lone, unbroken
and somcwhnt. exclusive addresses of n
suitor to n lady wan quite as rood evidence
of Intended marriage as a. special promise.
(CTTho bills of the Inlttj vntj Banks nro
not received nt the Suffolk Bank, Boston
Lancaster Bank at Lancaster, N. II.
Lnfavette Bank at Bangor, Me.
Commercial Bank at do
Citizens Dank nt Vorcc3tor, Mass.
Norfolk Bank, at Roxbury.
"I AM A ROMAN CITIZEN."
This nppnllntion was once considered ns
one of the highest cnrllily honorH. It wns
n pnsspott to its possessor nmoug the dis
tanlaud barbarous nations, nnd it was n
disregard of this boasted privilege which
Elands out conspicuously in tho' cntnloauc
of crimes which Cicero arrays ngninst Vur
re?, nod for the commission of which he in
yokes his condemnation. Thorn is even
now, something that challenge respect in
tho exclamation, 'I am a citizen of Home!'
It carries bnek the mind to former nges,
when the majesty of the Roman Commons
extorted respeel "from sea lo sua nnd from
the rivers to tho end of tho enrlh." But
the potency of the Roman namo is no more
the spell is broken, while "dancing dogs"
nnd wandering mendicants throng the
streets of the Cedars !
1 I 12 II
To this town, on Tuesday tho 17th inst
George, youngest child o." James Scott, aged
2 months and 13 diys.
In this town, on Friday last, Wells Proctor
aged about 40 years. Also, on Sunday oven
iog, Mrs. Proolor, mother of llio above dcccaS'
cd, aged 71 year.
In Milton, on llio 12lh inst. of consumption
Widow Ciii.oi: Bent., aged 49 years.
In New Braintrcc, Mass. on the 21st March
Sirs. Elizabeth Reed, atjed 00 years.
In Brattlcboro, on Friday last, Dea. John
Nolbrook, aged about 70.
In Wealhcrsfield, Vt. Clh inst. Mr. Joshua
Durant, a rovulutionary pensioner, aged !!4
In Berlin, Vt. 31st ull. Mr. James Paddock
In Montpclier, Mr.Lcvi Fisher of Worccs
tcr, aged 62.
17. Sl-SSPSR, Cluhca, VI.
Is Agent for tho following Periodicals, viz:
North American Iloviuw, quarterly.
Reprint of tho Four Quarterlies j embracing
tho Edinburgh, London Qunrtoily, Foreign
Qiinrlctly and the London and Westminster
Now York Review.
American Journal of Soicnco and Arts.
American Biblical Repository.
Literary nnd Theological Roviow, quarterly
American Jurist and Law Magazine.
Boston Quarterly Roviow.
National Portrait Gallery of distinguished
American Monthly Magazine.
Knickerbocker, ui Now York Monthly Mag.
Museum of Foreign Literature, Scicnco and
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.
Unitrd Slates Magazine and Democratic
Iiaw Library, monthly.
Anualx of Education ; Edited by Dr. W. A.
Tho ilolropolilnn Magazine, monthly.
Journal of llio Franklin Institute, monthly.
ucntleman s .Magazine.
Family Magazine, monthly.
Parley's .Magazine for Children, monthly.
Tho Lady's Book and Ladies' American
Sunday School Teacher.
Horticultural Register and Gardener's Mag.
Magazino offloriicnltnrc and Botany.
Library of Health.
Southern Literary Messenger.
Select Medical Library and Eclectic Journal
of Mcdicino; .edited by John Bell, M. D.
American Medical Library and Intclli-rcn
cer ; edited liy Koblcy Dunirlisun. M. D.
American Journal of Medical Scioncc ouai
British and Foreign Medical Review.
Medico Cliirurgical Itevicw. quarterly.
Boston Medical and Surgicul Journal.
Mcd'oal Examiner ; devoted lo medicine
surgery and the collateral sciences, semi
Waldin's select Library, weekly.
New York Mirror, weekly.
Philadelphia Saturday Courier, weekly.
Thu Saturday iVows.'l'liiladelpliia, weekly.
American Weekly Messenger.
Philadelphia Mirror, weekly.
The Southern Rose, semi-monthly.
April 19, lUSiS.
LTMr. Sleeper propose lo remain in town
a few days, and, in ll: mean time, will receive
subscriptions at tho Burlington Hotel.
Sidnoy Powell's Estate.
state of verjiojW,
DhtIUCT 01" ClIITTItNDKN SS. X
The Honorable Ike Probate Court fur thr
Dislritl. of Chittenden, lo nil persons
concerned in the Estate of Sidney Powell
lulu if Jilillm in stud District, tlcccasul,
WHEREAS, tho executrix of the
last will nnd testament ofsnid decens
cd proposes lo render nn account of hor
mlininistrntinn, nnd present her nccouut
against said estate for examination nnd
nllowniicn nt n session of the Court of Pro
bate, to be hohlen nt tho Resistors office
in Burlington on tlio second Wednesday of
I iir.nr.t'nnn, You nro hereby not thou to
nppenr before snid Court nt. tho tiino nnd
place n foresaid, nnd hhew cause, if ony you
have, why the account aforesaid .should not
bo n I lowed.
Given under my hand at Burlington thi3
seventh day of April, A. D. IU3I1.
Wm. WESTON, Register.
B SECT SOT SI'S1
T7iJ70ULD respectfully inform tho pub-
v t lie that liu is now nn
ready to priitii:
in tho nbovo business. From n. perfect
knowledge nnd practice of the businesM he
Is willing to nllirm that it will bo dune
in tho neatest manner.
Calls will be strictly ntlcndcd to nt. their
resperlivn dwelling'', or nt Ins rooms two
doors north ol'.l. Miichol'V, Church street.
Burlington. Feb. (I. m.
rPriltF. livn stnrv Dwnllinrr
?SLm House nnd quarter ncre
;jE,a3 Int. en--t side ot Champinin si.
nnd opposilo tlin il:i- Factory
lor terms ripply to L. CUM MINGS,
April 12, U!3fJ.
M US. S T . J () II N .
MANUFACTURES nnd l;eeps con
stnnliy on hand Ringlctls, Puffs
Aoirc hurls, I'lain liair, iVc. IN. b.--
Canh pa ul lor Hair.
Pearl Street. Burlington, )
April 13, 1C37.
Sonic Things New
CIlEAl3 CASH STORE.
JYcw Gands.hij the Proprtttor, xchnsn motto
is to lie Up nnd Doing, Quid,' nnd Cheap,
Cheap for Cash and JVl Imprisonment
F03 E has been to Now York and returned
.U.JL with a few well selected new IJonmls
Ribbons, artificial Fiowers, Silk?, Shawls,
Calicoes, Ginghams, Muslins, Glove. Ilosio
ry, Handkerchief's, Collars, Laces, Edgings,
l onibs and various trimmings ko. &c. Willi
nflHE subscribers have on hand, a foil
JL assortment of Broadcloths of all qual
itics and colors, Satineits, Flannels. K
lucky Jeans, carpel &c. ,Vc. which they are
prepared to exchange for flui-co or pulled
wool at liberal prices, or wool will oo pur
chased for cash or sold on coinmis.-ioi'.
Growers of wool and country merchants will
find it their interest lo call. Apply lo
TO UN ELI. & MALL.
No.4j Fulton st., 2nd door from Pcail si,,
city of New York.
THE adjourned meeting ofilie Median"
ics and working men, will be held nt
llio Green Mountain House, mi Saturday
tho 2Uih "met. at G o'clock P. M. All tinne
who wish lo join tins fraternity, are re
quested to attend, nnd nil native American
Citizens, who have not o- yet been inform
cd as to the objects o this association (who
urn mechanics or Laboring men) arc re
quested to attend.
Samuel i). Hyde's Estate.
ST.'VJ'n OF Fllll.UOXT. )
District or Cihtti:.mi:n ss.
AT a Probate Courl ho'den at Burling
ton, within nnd for the District afore-
said on the twelfth day of Apiil A. D. l!13!i.
An instrument purporting lo be thu last
will and testament of Samuel D. Hyde, lato
of Cbnrlotie, in said Di-inct, deceased, was
presented lo the Courtj heru for Probate,
by Amos Clark, the Executor therein
TmmnronF. it is ordered hy said Court,
that pubi c in. Iieo be given lo nil persons
eoncrni d therein to nppenr before sail!
Court, nt n session thereof to be holdeii at
Rurlington on tho second Wednc.-dav of
Uny A. I). l,'!3l!, and cnlc-t the nrobate
of said will, nnd it is further ordered that
this order bo published three weeks sue
ccssively in tho Free Pre-B, n newspaper
printed ni Burlington, in this Stale, the
last of which shall be previous to tho day
assigned, as aforesaid for hen r in".
Given under my baud at the Rerristor's
Ollice, this 1'JHi day of Annl A. I). I D3fi.
Wm. IVESTOjY, Rczhlcr.
ArONTP AT ' I complaints, Fever nod Ague, Dyspepsia, I al-
v'vf l 1 itJt-J 1 , I sy, piles, iniurics fmm the use nf mercury,
ll nations from tho remotest nges, have had ('nle , ,iC, ,,,., hrm Mantling it
ships buK.obimbiis myt found out tho way to mliy bu ,, Mwry lo lake both thu Life
America. Before the tunc of the great Spanish Pisi,nd the Phoenix Bitlcrs.in the doses bo
navigator, people were only enabled to paddle , rro f,.cin,nonicl.
about tho shores. Just in with the Life Mod N. H.Theso Pills and tho Hitlers will get
Charles S. Kimball's Estate.
sr.irv of viui.KhYi
tc.ncs. iiiauut two tnort years s.i.cej nrst M, ,,. ryolllortlio system infinitely faster
ventured upon an unknown ocean, and 1 have i.I10 lot nrcnara'tions of .Sarsat.arilla.
uiicovoroi mo jprccioua ohjccuwns in fo"i ,,,.,, rB;no, r,)r ,0 ,liMn,, of
I ,'i .' i .... , i . .. , , , ' I blond to lie head, or all violent hcnlachijs, tie.
known w'.ett I commenced my search but their i.i.. . ai ,,ONIr win m nipilix-
nqn U'nu not. Tlif llin nsn nf ihpni. I hnVn tint nni v . . 1 . ' ... 1 ,
passed from the dejected invalid, to tho bal , near'
ty nnd active man of business, but. comparatively
speaking, I have renewed my youth. 1 can thus
willieoniidcneo of my own exporienco novtso
with my fellow citizens. Docs the reader want
proof that the I cgtluhlc Life. Medicines are suit.
District oe C'iiitti:nm:n
77. ITnnnrnh) , ,.(. P,.,.; .!)l.; A
foe the District nf Chitlemlen. To ,c i nmo 10 ms own cnier J navo on lilo nt myoiiice
creatines ana outers concerm il in the. tvaic
of Charles S, Kimhall, laic of liurlinglon,
m sain uisiriet, ilcccascd.
"HUIlFAS the ndministrntor of the
VV estate of said tlcccncd hnth tnado
application to ibis court to extend the time.
limited for makinir payment of the debts
of said deceased, h.v ninnllH from this
dale, and Iho third Monday of April next,
being nssigtind for n hearing in the nremi.
so, nt thu Finglo Hall in WilliMou, nnd il
it having been ordered that notice thureol
bo given, by puhlisliing this decreu two
weeks successively in the Free I'rcrs n
newspaper printed nt Burlington, before
tho tune fixed for hearing.
Therefore, you nro hereby notified, to
nppenr before said Court, nt tho litno nnd
place aforesaid, then nnd there, to mnkc
objection if iiny you have, to the said tune
of payment being further extended as afore,
Given tinder mv hand at Riirlinton, this
31st day of March, A. I) 1,131!.
Wm. WFSTOJ,. Tlrziler.
IRON, NAILS, li LASS, &c.
7 Tons English Iron assorted sizes.
5 do old & new sable Russia do.
do Swedes do.
do Round do nscorlcd sizes from 1
lo 3 inches.
do Bind do do 1 to G inch,
do Square and do i to 2 do.
do Shoo Shane?.
Cn?t, Englwh, German, Swedes, and
Spring Steel, Rowlands best Gorman Steel
Mill hnWJ, line. vi Co Ga.-I and Go-min
5 1G Broadway, hundreds of letters, from some ol
thu most restiectablo cutens of tins my native
land, voluntarily offerer, In tcitmony of ho vir
tues of A GOOD VLGKTABLt: MEDICINE.
Persons whoso constitutions have been nearly
ruined by the " nll.itif.illiblc" mir.trab prepara
tions nf tho ilny, will bear mo witness, that tho
Lift Medicines, ft such only, are the trno course
to permanent good health. Jon: Moitav.
General Remarks relative to Moffat's
Life Pills and I'hwnix Bitters.
These medicine have long been known nnd
appreciated for their extraordinary nnd immediate
powers ot restoring perfect health lo persons suit
ering tinder nearly every kind ofdiscasoto width
llio human frame is liable.
In many hundreds of certificated instances they
have even rescued sufi'erers Irom the very vcrae
of nn untimely grave, lifter nil the deceptive nos
trums of tile dti.v had utterly failed ; and to many
thousands they havo permanently secured that
unifoi m enjoyment of health, without which life
itself is but n partial blessing. So prcat indeed,
has their r.fUcncy invariably nnd infallibly proved
that it Iiri3 appeared scarcely let? than miraculeus
to those who were unacquainted with the benu
titully philosophical principles upon which they
ore cotnpoimde.il rind upon which they consequent.
ly act. It was to their manifest and sensible nc.
tioti in purifying the springs and channels of life
and enduing them with renewed tone and vigor
that they were indebted for their name, which was
bestowed upon them at the spontaneous request
of several individuals whoso lives they had ob
The proprietor rejoices in the opportunity af-
lorded by the universal diffusion of llio daily
posed to apoplexy, palsy, A-c. should never bu
uilhoiit the Liln'l'illsor iho Millers, for ono
doso in time will save life. Tliy equalize llio
circulation of the blood, draw nil pressure froni(
tun iionu, rciorn perspiration, anil inrowii uu
every impurity by llio pore ol'lho skin.
1 ho above Meuicino is lor sale liv
Qffy) !3oxos Shaker Garden
Seeds or lust years growth, by
Feb, 22. J. &. .1. II. Peck & Co.
W A. N T IB I
AN apprcntieo to llio Cabinet Business. A
steady industrious boy, ofMXtceti or sev
enteen years eld will meet with good encour
agement. D. K. I'ANGBORN.
Burlington, April -1, 11533.
FOR sale by tliekok $ Callin Red Gin.
ver Seed," also Trefoil or Yellow Clo
ver Seed n perennial plant, excellent for
Danes as well ns for Hay. Feb. 22.
Iho previous stoek ofCarpctings, Paper Hang. f ?r i U cV" ,Un1 (!'m:,ri
ings. Cloths, Cussimercs Sallinctts, Vesiings, , ro Saws, Sled plated, nnd can
rv niOfh Shingles, n first rato articlo,
UUU for Pn"e cheap by
March 20. S. WALKER & CO.
BY llio subscriber one or two barrels best
quality Maple Molasses, also, ono or tiro
hundred pounds best Maple Sugar, and ono
hundred pounds Bees Wax, for which cash or
goods alcash price will bo paid,
Builington, March 30, 10315. 4w
press replacing ,is" VEGETABLE LIFE Sands' 1'OlllCcl V for Salt RllC'lin,
Fresh Ground LMaster.
THE subscribers will have n lull sup
ply nf Fresh Ground Plaster, nt the
Plaster Mill, Wpiooski falls, from mid
after this duto.
Foi.r.r.TT & BnATJi.Evs.
Burlington, April :0, 10315.
THE Burlington Band under tho can
of Mr. J. A. Fletcher will give r
CONCERT at tho White Church, THIS
Single Tickets 25 cts.
Family Tickets 75 cts.
Tickets to bo had at the American Hotel
S. ,T. S.I WYRR, Secretary,
Rurlinton, Jlpril '10, 115315.
For Sale at the
Cheap Cash Store
ui ii Miiiorior quality very nw
TDLUE & IJLACK BROAD CLOTHS
JUr of n Minertor qualiiy very In
HERDS GRASS SEED
Fanvell s Shoes and Boots, Cotton Cloth
Yam, Wieking, Tickings, ;i splendid assort
iiiont of rich Glass Ware, Crockery, mantle
ornaments, Looking-Glasses, Fancy Articles,
Family Groceries such as Lamp Oil. Teas.
Coffee, Sugars, Mobi'scs, Spiecs, Sec, kc,
which comprises ono of llio most convenient
stocks to boy fiom that he has ever had iho
pleasure of having at ibis early season of the
year to offer to Ins very many good customers
lo whose liberal patronage ho chcci.ully ac
knowledges Iho ability to b.uy cheap and be
lieving in progresMVu improvement in busi.
lies as well as knowledge hopes llio dumatid
and sales may so ineieasi! as lo indnco him lo
coiilinuo to oxlend his variety of goods, waies
anil mercliiinilizi! systrnialicnlly to the extent
ol'lho fancies, wishes, expectation and wants
of Iho public nnd the appoaiaucc oftho inlcr.
nal arrangement of the establishment until it
shall bo satiffaelory and gr.ilifyingto his homo
neighboring and distant customers.
S. EARL HOWARD.
Burlington. April 10, lliS.'J.
and cutler Shoes, cost nnd wrought
waggon Arm--. Anvils & Vices waggon
Boxes Crowbars Shovels nnd Spmfes
race nnd halter Chr.ins Ploughs nnd
tlough Castings Improved bark Mills,
mill Cranks. &c, &c.
500 boxes, Champlain, Pern & Jericn
for ale by Foi.i.r.TT & Bn.un.r.Ys.
Dm 0. 1007
New England Seed Store,
(itir Ofire of die .Veto England Farmer,
Nor.Tti Maiikft Kii-rri'.r. Boston.
T. V. .V. W. T.. S'I'KONCi
WHO have now on hand gatden and flow,
er Sects in great variety, Rut.i Baga,
Mangel Wurtel, Sugar Beet kc. i-c. We
would call Iho attention of the public to seeds
from (his establishment they being far superior
to nny put up in the United Status.
v-noi,r:s.u,E di;.i.::is iu
51 Cniui! Sti;ki:t,
WOULD thus notify those visiting Iho city
for purposes ol trade, that thev nro ru
ceivingnml will bo prepared with a good and
general Stock of
STAPLE AXO F.-LXCY DRY GOODS,
which Cor cash will be offered al a small profit.
I hey will Ucep cnn.-laiitlv on hanil ,Ierrunao.
Dover, and a variety of low priced PIH.NTS.
Trcmont, Lawrence, and other Sll EETINGS
Lot Newell's Estate.
STATE OF FER.MOjYT, )
DisTiuc r or Cnn ti:m)i:n, ss. C
The Hon. the Probate Court for the Dis-
liu l of (yiitlcnilcn, f o all persons con.
ccrned in Hie Evlut," of Lot A'cwctl. laic,
if Charlotte, in said District, deceased.
WHEREAS. Amos Clark, ndmmisira
tor, ol'lho cttnto of said deceased
proposes to render no nccouut of his nil
minisirntion nnd present his nccouut
ngninst said c-tato for examination and nl
lowanco nt n sescioii of thu Court of Probate,
to bo holden at thu Register's ofiicu in Bur.
Iingtun on tlio second Wednesday of May
Tnr.nr.ronc, You nro hereby notified to
appear before said court ot the time nnd
place afoicsaid. nnd show cause if any you
have, why tuo account aforesaid should not
Given under my linud at Burlingtoo, this
12th day of April A. D. 10315.
Wm. WESTOjY, Register.
Charles S. Kimhail's Estate.
STATE OF VLRMOjYT, )
Dl-TIUCT or ClIITTf.MMlN. s .
77ie Honorable the Probate Court for the
Distriil of Chittenden, tt all pcrsoni
inncciniil in the Estate if Charles S.
Kimball, late of Durlingl. . )';. said Dis
tr'ul. diioiud, GREETI.YG.
WHEREAS. Ilirnm Winslow, aduiitiis
tratnr of the E-tnlo of said deceased
proposes to render an nccouut of his
administration, nnd present his nccouut
n-rainst said estate for examination iind
allowance at a sc.-sion of tho Court of Pro
bate, to he holden a' WilliMou on the 3d
Monday of April next.
TiiKiir.rom:, You nro hereby notified to
appear before said Court nt. tho lime nnd
place aforesaid, and shew c.it:.-e, if any you
have, why tho account aforesaid sliouidnot
Given under my hand nt Burlington, this
jisi uay ol (March. A. D. 11100.
. Wm. WESTON. Register
50 Bushels very fine North Western
which nn proper meadow soils will yield
from 2 to 3 ions lo tho aero, present imme
diate price only 3 per Bueholl.
WINDSOR MONEY FOR SALE.
A Bill on tho of Windsor Bank for 100,
letter A. No. 1 17 payable to Vermont or
bearer, dated Janunry 1, 1033. Also, on
Famo Bank one for $30, letter A., No. 17G.
dated Jnny. 1st 1Q and bo many
flourishes that they cither forgot or hail
not time to mako the rest of the date. Price
os may be agreed upon, notwithstanding
the recommendation of (heir first notice for
holders not to sacrifice or bo alarmed t lis
scare is all over.
S. E. HOWARD.
Burlington, April 1 5th 1030.
T FITZGERALD, boint? desirous ofclo
M, sing his business in this plaeo horoby
iniorms"in i""'iie," mat ins siocK ol .;'
ELllY, MILITARY and FANCY GOODS
will be sola in u manner "To ri.KAsuTiiu J'co
ile 1 1"
N. B. Thqso indebted as abovo arn remin
ded that Uncle Sam mutt havn his rnnl nn tlin
Ul day of April, und-I don't like the Lawyers.
pinn-ll 1 1 lOJO. Jl, t lTZOERALD.
Lemuel B. Piatt's Estate.
STATE OF FERMOjYT.
DIsTIUCT or ClIITTKNUEN SS.
, T n Probate Court holden nt Burling
. ton within nnd for said district on tho
seventeenth dny of April, 11J3P. npplica
lion having been made to said court bv
Lemuel B. Plait nnd Gen. K. Piatt, luurs
to the Estate of Lemuel B. Plait, lato of
(Milton in snid di.-tnct, deceased, request
ing n division ot said estate union" tho
heirs thereof. And the said Lemuel B.
Plait nnd Geo. K. Piatt, ndministrators of
tho Estate of said deceased, propose to ren
der nn nccouut nf llimr ndiniuistrntion nnd
present (heir nccniint ngninst said Estate
lor cxnminntion nnd nllownnco therefore
it is ordered by tho court nfnrcsatd t lint
notice ho given to nil persons interested or
concerned in snid Estate, to nppenr before
said court nt a session thereof to bo holden
nt the Register's OfTico, in Burlington, on
Iho 30i ti dy of April instant, by publica
tion ol'this order two weeks successively
in iho l-'rco Press, n newspaper pruned u't
Builington, in snid district, tho last of
which publications in bo previous to said
30ih day of April, inn. nnd show causo, if
nny they have, why thrj soid Hslalo should
not bo divided, nnd why ti) flM nccouut
of said ndminiatratora should not bo ullow
ed. Given under mv hand nt Ttorlinnrlnn.
thia I7tli day of April, )ij3!i,
VI, WESTON. ReaitUr.
PILLS within the kiio-.vled.Tcjiiid reach of every
individ'i il in the community. Unlike tho host
of pernicious quackeries, which boast of vegeta
bio incrr difuts.lhe Life Pills arc purely and soi.c
r.v i.orr.r,t.r. nnd contain neither Mercury An
timony Arse .!, norm y oiiicn.iineml,iu any form
whatever. They are entirely comiyst-d of ex
I tracts Irom tare and poweilnlpbuits the virtues ol
I whi.'h thoiuili Ion; known to sevcinl indimvtrilies
and recently to some eminent pharmaceutical
I chemists ate altogether unknown to t- e ignorant
I .I....I . rol
.egs of nil sizes from 3d. tn f j j ;s, tJ , so h lly cflicaci0s B
nch spil,,., f tlm Porti Iron Co. romi,iilin.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the
firsi and second stomachs and creating a flow ol
mire healthv bile instead of the stale and acrid
kind; Utilulcmy Palpitation if the Henri Lass
of Apprtite He ill-burn nnd Ucnd.nchc, Restless
iieis lll-temper Anriely Languor and Melancholy
which are tho general symptoms of Dyspepsia will
vanish ns a natural consequence of its cure. Cos
tircness, by cleansing the whole length of ins
intestines with a solvent process and without
violence ; nil violent purees leave the bowels
; ostivc within two days. Diarrluca and Cholera,
jy removing the sharp acrid fluids by which these
sorn olaintsaro occasioned and by promoting the
ubrn: alive secretion of the mucus membrane
Fever "f oil hiiuU, by restoring the blood to n
regular ireulatun lliroegli llio process ol pcrs
uration .ns'.tnc cases and the thorough solution
if all in tc-srinal obstructions in others. The
LIFE PI XLS hove been known w cure Rheu
mutism per manently in three weeks, nnd Clout in
naif that time by removing local inflammation
r .1, . ,,,nrliM rind limunoiils of ll'.n ioints
ullblk. and Hamilton, Brown, White and . i,..,v,c, !.:,h bv fiecuiL' nnd stronciheninn
blue. DRILLS. ,,, i.:,i."..a , bladder: thev oneralo most do
March 30. Ili3". Cm lii,tfnlivon tbera important organs nnd hence.
MS1 A r?i A W have over been found a certain remedy for the
'J -ii- A -i Il ! worst cases of f.'nrifi Also Worms by dislodginy
SUItGHUN DENTIST. j from thotarmns of the oowcls the shiny mallei
Office one door south if A". 1). Hanccll's io which ihoso erenturcs niincre : jisinma ana
Aiulian and Ci.mmhswn Store. vor.sumriwnuy renew.. .... ...o
HURT IYGTU Y Vt I mugs from the mucus which even sliht cold?
" ' ' Uvill ner-isinn. which if not removed becomes
nnrdencd and produces tb oso drcadltil diseases
.irrji Mrer.! nnd nrer ate Sores by tho per
CASE Fine English Sirnw Bonnets, just ! fcct ptiritv which these Life Pills ivc lo the blood
received nnd lor sale hy 'and all tlio humors. Scorbutic Eruptions & ;;!
And am. otiii'.r Cutaneous Eruptions.
rnilllS remedy is a couibinntion heretoforo
JL unknown In the annnb. of mcdicino. It
is tho nrnducliou of much rxperinuce, deep
research, and great expense, and is offered lo
Iho public in 'tho fullest confident of if
he'ui' an effectual, safe, and speedy euro for
the Su.t Rheum, and nil other diseases of
tho skin, such ns Tetters, Ri.no Wonsis,
Scai.ii Heap. B usher's or Jackson Itch, ice.
These disease nrc known to be the most
obstinate of nny to which the human system
is subject, nnd can only be tliorougly eradica
ted by perseverance in the right course of
treatment, and by usin: tho ri''ht medicine.
Such a mcdicino" has been d.scovcrcd in Ibis
remedy, and wo speck from our own know-,
ledge and experience when wo eay, that in
forty. nine cases out of fifty il vi!l etlcet :i
permanent and rapid euro by attending to
tho ncc.ompauvinir directions for use.
Tho length" of time usually required for
cfibclinj a cure, varies according to tho
severity of the disease, nod the particular
idioyncrncy of tho patient. Generally
spcakintr, it requires from ono to four weeki
lo effect a perfect cure, but this operation w U
he much more snecdv and ofl'cclual when
combined with the use of the Compound
Syrup of Sarsnparilla. ns the syrup has a
tendency lo purify and llirnw out from iho
blood and system "nil tho unhealthy humour,
mil the application of the Remedy exter
nally nt the same time, entirely eradicates it
from the system. For ibis use cspccial'y wo
compound tho Sarsaparilla with olhnr pow
erful purificis ol tho blood, tho whole of
which arc strongly coticcniraicu ami lormeu
into a syrup of more than three timcj iho
usual 'trcnglh, and we challenge any ordinary
oiso to bo brought forward whero this course
of treatment will not effect a rapid cure if tho
directions arc stiictly attended lo ; niiinoionss
instances have come lo our knowledge- wheru
this course ha cured tho complaint in ono
weeks time. Piice $1 per box.
For sale by Laibrop & Polwin, Burlington.
LTiir,oi &, Potwin
Truman Buriitt's listate.
STATE OF VER.MOjYT, )
IIfTltlCT 01' CIllTTr.NllKN. SS.
The Innnrablc the Probate Court for the
jjisirir.i oj i.niiientien, lo all persont con
cerned in the Estate of Truman Ihtrrilt,
late of Jltncsburgh in said District de
WHEREAS, iho administrator of tho
Esttitc of said dee.ensed proposes to
render nn nccouut of his ndniinisirntion,
nnd pre.-ent his nccnimt ngninst said csinto
lor examination nnd allowance at a session
nf the Court uf Probate, to bo holden nt
Registers nflico in Burlington on tho Silst
day of April instant.
Thoruloro, you nrc hereby notified to
nppenr before said Court nt llio lime tiuii
placo aforesaid, and shew cause, if any ymi
have, why tho account aforesaid should
not bo u Mowed.
Given under my hand nt Burlington this
JHIi day of April A. D. 10315.
Wm. WESTON. Jegi'sfer.
Sugar Beet Seed, by
J. & J. II. Pr.ci; & Co.
ROCHESTER "City Mills" and Troy
flour, for salo by
FoI.LETT & BllAIlLEVS,
lbs. Whito and Yollow
Perennial Clover Seed.
1000 lbs, Red, by
Feb, 28. J. & J. H, Peck & Co.
Complexions by their ultura'iVe eli'eet upon the
fluids that feed the skin the m- fbid state ot which
occasions of Eruptive fompl't.nts Sall'iw CUiuh
and o;n- disagreeable Complexions. The use ol
these Pills fir:: very short tunc will effect r.t
entire cure of Salt-vhcnmc, Erysipelas and r.
strdtiiiff improvement in tho Clearness of lite
s',-!n. Common colds and Jnlhic.-zn wili always
bu cured by one dose or by two ev.-V in tho worst
cases. Files, r.3 a remedy lor litis most uis.
tressinit and obstinate malady i!o Vegetable
Life Pills deserve a diitmct and i mpiuf.c re.
commendation. It is well known t hundreds i.
this cttv that the Proprietor of these invaluable
Pills was himself afflicted with this complaint
for upwards ol thirty-five years and th 1 1 he iricn
in viin every remedy prescribed withm t bo whole
compas". of tho Materia, Mcdicn. Ho '-lowevci
at lentjth. tried llio medicine which he t ow of
fcr3 lo the public and bo was cured in a very
short time after his recovery had been pronounc.
cd not only improbable but absolutely impossi'blo
by any human mums.
THE P1UEMX HITTERS, nro so called be
cause lhey possess the power of res oring the
expiring embers of health to a glowing vigor
throughout the constitution ns tho Phumix is
said to be restore i to life from the ashes of its
own dissolution. Thcs Phccuix Bitters are en
tirely vegetable, compoted of roots found only
in certain pirt3 oftho wesern country, which will
infnllibk. r-orn l-'PA'KR AN'I) AGUES of all
be applied in the following cases, viz. for pains hh.ds; never fail in tho sickness incident to young
and wc'ikuess in thu back, stomach, sides, and j femulos; r.nd will be found a certain remedy in
loins; Rheumatism, thu effects of mercury, nllcascsofnervoiisdcbility and weakness of the
corns, llio effects and consequences of sprains, most impaired constitutions,
di-localions uiul fractures ; dypcpsia, and in Asar,modedv for Chronic & Imfl.imitorv Rheu-
C U A l L ) TT K
TiHE Suiuiner Term nf this Instil in ion.
JL wi'l coinuifuce nn tlio firct Wedoes
day in May, under the direction of Mi:S
M.miv GrtouT, s Principal.
'Pho term will conliuue twenty throo
weeks, incliulioc a vacation of one week nt
the cud of the first quarter.
Tho tonus of said school arc per
quarter, including Tuilinn, Board, Wash
ing, L'ghts nud Fuel. A convenient
Boarding Ilonso will bo in readiness ut the
commencement oftho torm.
Clerk of the Hoard of Trustees,
Charlotte, Mirch 1 . l!!3fi.
Slrcngl lien in a; Ft a si a:
DR. S. 6. HEWETT'8 (Ilonescllcr of
Boston, Mass.) celebrated strengthening
S.ilve. This Salvo is a vast improvement on
the old celebrated Dr. Sweet's Plaster, which
is superior lo any other plaster ever invented,
which has been in uso about 100 years. Dr.
II. has sold upwards of twenty thousand rolls
within Iho last year. 1 1 is recommended lo
Standing Prcs do
Mauufaeiurcd by E. k. T. Fairbanks & Co.
For salo by
J. k. J. II. PECK k Co.-Aumts.
many eases of felons and uiceraled sores, for
cloasing and healing them; in fact in ull j
weaknesses, particularly in Childicn. iVono
will ho genuine excopt tho label is signed hy
tho proprietor. This Piaster is for salo gon
orally in tho principal towns in tho United
States. Sold Vholonlo and Itolail by
Lathrop & Potwin, Druggists, llurlington Vt.
at lids, on eonsignmciil, hnd lor salo at
Manufacturers prices, 0 per cent,
ttbovu proof, by
FOLLETTE Si BRADLYS.
1 KrC ul),s' '"vn Scotia,
1JW -20Q jn Western by
J. &. .1. II. Peck & Co.
Bushuls Timothy Seed, also a
few pounds Clover do. for salo
Cheap by S. WALKER Si Co,
March 15, 1030,
matisui, llio elliracyof the Pha-'nix Bitters will
bo demonstrated by the uso ot a single bottle.
Tho usual dose ot thoso bitters is half a wino
glass full, in watoi or wine, and this quantity
may bo taken two or thrco times a day, about
half an hour before meals, or n lcs3 quantity
may bo taken at all times. To those who aro
afflicted witli indigestion after meals, theso Bit
iers will prove invaluable, as they very greatly
increase tho action oftho principal viscera, help
them to perform their functions, and enable tho
stomach to discharge into the bowels whatever
is offensive, lhus indigestion is easily unit
epeodily removed, uppctito restored, nnd tho
mouths oftho nbsorbent vessels being clcan(scd,
nutrition is facilitated, and strength cf body and
energy of mind and tho happy results. Forfar
thor narticularsof Moffat's Life Pills, and iVr.
ni Hitters, apply nt Mr. Moffat's ollice, No.
51G Broadway, New York, where the Pills can
bo obiuncd fur cents. .10 cents, orftl each
box; and tho llittors forgl or per bottle
Numerous certiflicates ot iho wonderful efficacy
of belli, may be thcro inspected.
In some obstinato and complicated cases of
chronic and tlummmatory Rheumatism, Liver
Paints, Oils and. Dye Stuffs.
1,0000 b;. white Lead
.r bbls Venetian Red
15 do Whiting
5 do French Yellow
0 do American do
12 do Spls. Turpentine
'J5 do L'nseed Oil
2,000 gals, porn winter and fall
150 bbls ground Logwood. St.
75 do do do Campcachy
150 do do Fustic
100 do do Nicarncua
00 do do Cam Wood
10 do do Bar do
12 do do Peach do
10 do do Quercitron Bark
30 do Madder
25 Dcinijons Oil Vitriol
10 bbls Allum
5 do Blue Vitriol
2 Coroons Flotant Indigo
1 Casn Bengal do by
J. &. J. H. Peck & Co
ZrIco .10 Cents.
A fresh Fiipplv just received by
Lathrop &. Potwin, liurlingion-Bcek-wilk
C. Dyer, Solesbiiry A. V. Koscnc,
New HnviMi M. W. Hmsloy. Monkton
M. Hull, Hincsburgh Fleichcr & nou
inan. Wuli5lon-C. P., Martin. Charlotte
E. Lyman. Fernsburgh-L. Bixby. ers
oennes-l'loicher & Miner, Bridpotl--Hen