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NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY.
DR. PHELPS'
COMl'OUX !)
TOMATO PILLS,
ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.J
X NEW AND 1NVAI,UAIjI3 M 121)101 I'OU ALL DISEASES MUSING
nio.M
IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD,
Slorbld Secretions of tlic lilVEK and STOMACH,
ALSO A
SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL;
Ai a Cathartic in KEV13HS and all 111 MO US AIH'LCTIOSS.
Tiiesk popular Pills beinrj a combination of a newly discovered Alkaline substance,
extracted from the TOMATO PLANT, with other vegetable substances which
have been found to modify and diffuse its effects, are believed to be the best Alterative
and Cathartic. Medicine ever discovered. They have been abundantly and success
fully tried, and have received universal approbation for Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
JHlious Diseases, (I ravel, Rheumatism, Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Catarrh, Nerrous
Diseases, Acid Stomachs, Glandular Swellings of all kinds, Costivencss, Colic,
Headache, Sic,
They menu antidote to Contagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formation of
Bilious and Liver nll'eetions, Fever and Ague, &c., in those who reside in hot climates,
and low and marshy countries, and are the best Cathartic that can be used for those local
ities. Seamen will find them au infallible remedy for the Scthvy ; and Travellers, the
best medicine they ran use to counteract the dangers of exposure in unhealthy cli
mates. For ordinary FAMILY PHYSIC, they are universally approved, as the best
ever offered.
As a DIETETIC or DINNER Pill, one taken half an hour after dinner, will
.sufficiently stimulate the digestive powers of the stomach to a healthy and invigorated
action, and they are found extremely serviceable for those who indulge in long dinners,
or Into suppers, or immoderately in desserts or fruit.
The peculiar virtues of the Tomato Plant have for a long time attracted the atten
tion of the Medif.al profession and the Public; and a lively interest has recently been
directed to the futuie development of its active powers, and its Antibilious and Alter
ative qualities; which t lie Proprietor is now happy in being able to gratify and pre
sents his Pills to the Public, with the full confidence of their being the most safe, and
valuable remedy ever discovered ; adapted to a'l cases, where Nature is disturbed,
and when any of the functions do not perform their natuhal, ok healthy action.
Numerous ceitilicales of cures, from those who h.'ve taken them, and the testimony
of several Physicians, who have prescribed t hum, all concur to corroborate this opin
ion. The rapidly increasing demand for, and the universal approbation bestowed upon
them, is an additional evidence of their merits and usefulness.
In presenting tiiis article to the public, the proprietor was influenced by the hope,
that a medicine, prepared with much care, and strict regard to the Chemical
and Therapeutic properties of its several
thousand and one VTcsnonsilile nostrums oi
and from the favor already bestowed upon
juslijud m crpcclmg tins resrll.
CT i'or a 111 11 niToiitu ii mis iiiitri:ini'' discovery, testimonials, mono of operations, e. see
pamphlets, which tns'y be had gratis of all who sell these fills.
None are ccniimi; without the written signature of G. 11. PflULPS, M. D., solo propiietor.
liartinui, t onn.
Old. rs for these Pillfl directed to the Piorrictor. Hartford, Connecticut, (post paid,) or to
IIOADliIlY, VIIEI.VS. i'i C)., Wholesale DrinjifiSts, i-12 Wnlcr-strcpt, New-York, (general
forwarding agents,) will be promptly attended to : and a libtrul ttisanmt made to those who buy to
hell nnm.
Sold by authorized Agents in mor.t of the cities and towns in the United States.
N. H. Asniiri'icrnndn very different article, has recently been ndvertised under the head of
"Tomato Pills,'' tho public will sea the necessity of being particular to inquire for "PIIKM'S'
'"omxwif Tomato Pills." Pr'ce 37J and "a cents per box.
(CFFor sale, wholesale and retail, by J. & J.II. PECK & CO.
and retail by Robert Moody, Burlington, Vermont.
H
Tip HE subscriber having
jL healed himself in
Burlington, offers for sale
nt tho stand formerly own
led nnd occupied by IIr.
Win. I. Seymour mi Pear
street, o good assortment
of late made hots nnd will be happy to ac
commodate the customers of the Into pro
prieior of the establishment and the public
generally with hats of superior qualiiy and
fashionable style on Mich lenns us cannot
fail to he satisfactory lo the public.
C. A. SEYMOUR.
Burlington. Oct. 1 2. IfiSS!.
CAPS. GAPS.
F O irS A L E .
FIRST rate Oiler, superior Fur sea.
Hair seal and Moskrat Caps, Collars
Fur Gloves and Gauntletts Six Hales
Buffalo Robes Tho public are invited to
call and examine, quality and prices and
furnish themselves with rich and splendid
articles, at tho lowest prices Caps made
to order at the old Stand, Pearl st.
Oct. 25 . Wm. I S EYMOUR.
"LITE & LIT LITE,55
Samuel Ilunlhigton
UULiU respccitiiliy inlurin Ins cus
tomers and the public generally il.nl
ho lias just received Iroin .A tie York a good
fcupplv of
BOOK BINDING STOCK,
BLANK BOOK MATERIALS
AND STATIONERY,
nnd would be happy to wait upon all that
may be pleased to favor hi in with their put
ronogo.
of various patterns nnd binding, kept con
Btontly on band, ACCOUNT BOOKS,
ruled ii nd bound to order on short noiicn
nnd on as fair terms as Hie limes will admit
of; which is on "first hut terms.''
PAPER OF THE REST QUALITY
Persons wishing n good article of Paper
nnd other articles of Stationery, (not infc
rior to any) will not find it to their disad
vantage to call one duor cast of "Scoti's
Block."
lie would also return his grateful thanks
to Ins customers fur the many luvors recniv.
nd, and hopes by alienlion lo business to
vierit a share ol public palrnnnge.
Thompson's Arithmetic for
Fnln by tho hundred, dozen, or smglu copy
m ibf Book Bindery by S. IJiivnisfiToN
Heavy Hardware.
ANVILS, Vices, Shovels, Sprtdcs, manure
Forks, scaup Shovels, trace Chains,
waggon Sf cart Boxes, era-bars, ertldron
Kitllci. 30, 45 S( CO gallon, pnl ash Keltic
00 S 1Q0 gallon, Hark Milh, Hollow
Ware, cS-c !S;c at wholesale or retail.
Nov. 2 by T. F &W. h. Sthono.
Bushels of Rock Salt,
superior article to any sail
ever .41'ered in llus market.
10,000 Bushels ol Solar Salt
3,000 do Sleuin do
800 Bbls. Pino do
250 Sacks nf Liverpool ground Dairy
For sale low by
Sept. 24. Foi.i.ktt & BnAin.r.vs.
Lambs Wool Hose.
JUST received nt Wnii & Tabors, long
and half lloso, while uud grey, foiiiu
very lino Swiss Muslins plain nnd cross
bar'd. Traveling Barlteis, Coltan Yarn,
Umbrellas, Stocks and Gloves, ai the r.cw
cheap cah siore.
WIt6UGHTN AILS" "
qA casks 0, 8, and 10 penny, on consign,
went, T. F. &. W. L. Stkokc.
ingredients should take the place of the
thedav. with which the countrv is de utreil
it liy physicians and othe'r.s, he feels
20 Hhds. Muscovado.
15 do New Orleans,
15 boxes Philadelphia Loaf, for sale by
Sept 24. Fw.i.ett Si IinADi.uvs.
S. Walker fc Co.
BTTIAVEfor sale the lamest Slock of
MLM GOODS, ever offered by them to
the public, consisiing of
Dry Goods,
Wet &, Dry Groceries,
Crockery,
Glass and Hard Ware,
At Wholesale and Retail, most kinds of
produce taken in exchange fur noons.
Oct. 21.
TJEAS.
SO
Chests Hyson Skin Tea
75 do Young Hvson do
40 do Old Hyson do
50 do Tonka do
20 do Souchong do
100 Caddies and Boxes Young Hy
' sou. G and 12 pounds each.
50 do do Old do
0, and 12 pounds each. For sale lower
than was ever off red in (his market. By
Sep!. 20. '33. Fqm.f.tt & BnAin.r.vs.
For Ijadies' Cloaks.
'W UST ree'd by Wait&. Taiioh an nddi
lional supply of "Satin Bntliere." ihe
most beautiful article yet offered for Ladies
Cloaks, Pelisses and Dresses, ui ihe new
cheap cash store. Nuv, 0.
COFFEE.
;A Bags Laguera, St. Domingo nnd
)XJ Java Coffe. for sale by
Fot.r.UTT &, BnAni.EVs.
Sept. 24. 1838.
STATE OF VERMONT, )
Di-TincT or Cihtti:mu:n, ss.
AT a Probate Coort, holden ut Burling
ton within and for tho District of
Chittenden nforesaid, on the 5lh day of
November, A. I). 1838.
Preseni, tho Hon. Chas. Russell, Judge.
An instrument purporting lo ho tho last
will and testament of Eli Thayer, late of
Shelhurne, in saftl District, deceased, being
presented to the Court here, hy Lymai:
Ilnll, I lies executor therein named, for pro
bale, it is ordered by said Court, I tin I all
persons concerned therein, be notified lo
appear nt n session of said Courl lo be
holden nt the Register's office in Ilurling
lon aforesaid, on ihe second Wednesday of
December, A. D. 1838, and shew cause, if
any they may havo against the probate
of said Will, for which purpose it is further
ordered thut a copy of ibu record of ibis
order be published ihree weeks successive
ly, in Hie Free Press, printed at Burlington,
as soon as may be.
A true copy ot record,
Attest, Wm. Wkston, Reg
MORUS MULTICAULIS.
T
II E subscribers
hnvn
10.000
Trees ol the MORUS
MULTICAULIS, lor
lie.
Annlvnl lliij nffirn.
'w u a ii t.
x' . i r ii H i r ii x. vu
Springfield Nov 5 1833
ilulliilo ltohes, Lamp Oil, Car-
petmgs, I'aper Hangings, Harwell's Shoes
and Bonis, Family Groceries and TEA of
un uucuuallctl duality ot 75 cts, nor Ib. cot
ton Yam, Batting, Wicking. Tickings,
Sheetings, &c. &.C. Willi all oilier Goods
Chenp for Cash ul HOWARDS,
fish.
1 OnOjiintnU Cod fi
lurcos Salmon, by
Nov. 2.
T. P. Si w. L. Sthono
NEW GOODS.
TMIE subscribers arc now receiving tneir
-L lull niul tt'inlnr minds. Rotis'islim? of
Dry Goods. Groceries. Crockery and Hard
Ware, Cod Fish, Glass, Nails, Buffalo
robes, &c.
Also 2000 bushels solar Salt.
1000 do steam do
200 barrels fine do
50 socks ground do
AH nf which they offer nt n small advance
from cost. II. HYDE, & CO.
October n.jn3n
LYMAN & COJLK
HAVE received their Full nnd Winter
Goods, consisting of n very extensive
assortment of Merinos, Cnnibluts, Cam.
blelccne, Persian cloths, Poplin, Sic. for
ladies cloaks. Also n variety of Silks,
silk Cnmblet nnd Pongees A large as
sortment of Lupin's best bind; and scnrlei
merino Sin wis 5-4 lo 3-4. Also low priced
do. Heavy worsted shawls, very large.
Also various sizes of woolen nnd laney
Shawls; making our assortment of Shawls
very complete.
A rich nssorlmcnt of printed Chnllcys,
new style. Black and colored Alepine,
French Bombazine nnd Merinos, very nice.
FANCY IIDK'FS AND SHAWLS.
Cbnlley, Mouscliiic do lane, sewing Silk,
beautiful variety.
POCKET 'HANDKERCHIEFS.
Pruned Pongee Hdk'fs, large liaiiilannas
Chcppns, India Corahs. &c. Sic. Black
French and Italian Cravats.
PRINTS,
A great variety of rich dark American
Calicoes, small figure, heavy for winter
wear Merrimack, Dover, Hamilton, Full
River nnd Rockland Prints, which were
bought by the case in Boston and will be
sold very low.
A few pieces of super London and
French Prints.
Hosiery and Gloves a great variety.
CLOTHS AND CASSLM ERES.
Superfine and medium Cloths, black blue,
'rcen. dahlia, brown and oilier colors
i Cnssimcres, black, blue and fancy colors.
Buckskin striped, plaid and dark mixed,
very hcavv for winter.
FOR Or Kit CUATS.
Heavy Beaver Cloi b, a new article. Pilot
Cloth, Railine &.c. A few pieces of
American Caswmeros very heavy.
DOMESTIC GOODS
Bleached Cotton Sheeting, Shining Can
ton Flannel and Jeans, brown Cotton
Sheeting. Shining. Canton Flannel and
.lenns. Bed Tick, Cotton Yam, knitting
Cotton, very fine.
THREAD, BATTING. WADDING
Superior woolen ami worsted Yam for
knitting. One case nf Taylor's best spool
Thread, Tape, Needles Sic. Sic. Cus
tomers nre invited lo call and examine a
very e.tenivu asorlu ent. unusually large.
Burlington, Vt O.t. 19, IU3D.
To Wood Ohoppeis.
GSJEEK'S AXES
SUPPLY ol ihe above cehhruted
Axes, just received, and for sale by
the dozen or single, by ihe subscriber.
ROHERT MOODY.
S'J'OVE PJPE.
A General n-sorlmenl nf Russia, English
anil Canada Iron Pipes, kept con
stantly on 1 1 a nt! and for sale at wholesale
or retail by W. R. Si F. C. VILAS.
Ocl.jl.
Bbls. American llrauciy,
Jr 3 Pipes Cegniac do
50 bbls American Gin,
2 Pipe- Holland d
40 Ca-ks of Wine of various quali
ties and prices, for sale by
Foi.l.P.TT & BltADI.UVS.
PAPER HANG INGS.
ta'RjllE siib-criber has on hand a good as
sortiiienl of Paper Hangings and is
coiHlan'ly receiving Irom t he Manulaclurer
and will
at ihe manuluclurers
prices,
wbolesal
and retail.
EDWARD J. FAY.
Chiirch Street )
Burlington Oct. 24. S
IlickoU's Patent Rotary Oven
300K STOVE
HE subscriber lius just received aim
offers; !.-rsale, a few sloves, of which
the above cut is a representation. To all
advantages of tho improved Rotary lop,
is milieu a uoinry uvea on an entirely new
plan, which, from the testimony of those
who have used them, far supercedes any
ihnifT of the kind, yet offered to the public
Those wishing to purchase cook stoves are
respect fully requested to examine these
before making their selection, ns ocular
demonstration will belter convince Ihe
public of ihe value of the article than any
desenp'inn lhat con id be given. Another
recommendai ion, these bard limes is, thai
these sloves will be sold as low as the com.
moil Roiarys of the same size.
ROHERT MOODY.
On Consignment,
Granville mode Iron Axle' roc
double Waggons, for sale nl JGO
In 6r
each, by ror.i.rrr &, lluAni.KV
SHEEP'S PELTS.
ClASH.nnd the highest market price
will bu paid for sheep's pell, by
W. R. & P.O. VILAS.
Sent 20. Om
Apprentice Wanted.
A BOY, from 15 lo 17 years of ago, can
have a situation as an npprcniicc lo
ilia Cabmel making business, by applying
lo ihe subscriber. Une Irom the country
would be preferred.
D. K. PANGBORN
Burlington. Oct. 23, 1838.
OIL & CANDLES.
nfnri Gallons Fall and Winter sperm
jxjjj oil. n pure article.
r i a n n i...
m.,., ii ' M' i,' x, w r tj..
M Ml I Mi dHAw lib cheaper I nan
ever, by WAIT ond TABOR.
NEW GOODS.
HM. G I DOINGS offers his usual
. supply ol GOODS,
Pent I Wreol, Oclnhor 30. 1830.
NEW STORE
AND
SIDNEY HARLOW hns received most
kinds of GOODS usually kept (except
I ho great western) at bissioro nt Winoos
Id Village, and will be pleased to see
friends nnd customers.
Winonski Village, Nov. 1st, 1333.
New Books? Ntw Books?
rplIE subscriber basjusi received tunny
JL lale publications, to which ho would
cnll I he attention of I he public,
Goizot's History of civibzniion,
Do Tocqneville's Democracy in America,
Incidents of Travel's in Greece, Turkey,
Russin & Polnnd,bv the nulhor of travels
in Egypt, Arabia, Petraca and the holy
laud.
Poetry of t rnvelling. by Caroline Gilmnn.
Cromwell, n historical novel, 2 vols, by I lie
aulhnr of the Hrolhers
Corinoe. or Iialy (by Mad. Do Stael,) in
Englinsli.
Life and Tunes of Whitcfield, by Phillip,
Medhurst's History of China,
The Younir Moibcr, Youns Wife and
Young Housekeeper, by Dr Alcott.
Parley's Fireside Education,
Comb's work on Health,
Eberlce's Practice, 2 vols. Philn. 1B38.
Uuitfd Suites Dispensatory.
Meckels and Pnxlon's Anatomy.
Rnbmson's Caluiet 1 vol 8 vo.
Cruden's Concordance.
Cudwortb's Intellectual system, 2 vols. 3 vo
Neals Puritans 5 vols. 0 vo.
Bibles, of different kinds, a great variety.
Watts, Select and other Hymn bonks.
1'ravor Books o evcrv size and style ol
binding.
SCHOOL BOOKS.
A large supply for the winter, of nil kinds
used in tins region, jutt received and ultur
ed at reduced prices.
JAMES W. HICKOK.
Burlington, (VI.) Nov. st, 1333.
T. F. & 7f . L. ST&OITG-
B'TAVE 111st received and oiler in lots
.B. Jl. to suit purchasers 150 chosls Hyson
Hyson Skin. Young Hyson, Twaukay and
I'onchoiig l eas.
10 Hbds Molasses
12 do Porto Rico nnd Si Croix Sugar
15 boxes lump and refined Sugars
120 do hunch nnd bloom Raisins
45 do bnr Soap, white and brown
10 do Sinrch 15 do pipes
10 Kegs Ginger
15 bugs Pepper and Pimento
60 mulls Cassia
150 lbs Nuiuiees and Cloves
35 bags Si Domingo and Java Coffee
10 boxes Cavendish Tobacco
10 Bbls Rice
20 bags Shot
5 casks S:lerntus
50 (hz patent Pails
30 ib z UroMiii-, &e. Sic.
Novimbcr 2, 1833.
Lorillard's SnutTand Tobacco.
2
libls pounds, half pounds, Si ;ar
mis nun lilies, fine cut chewing
Tobacco.
5 Bbls Macaboy and Scotch Snuff, nt
Manufacturers prices, by
-V. v. 1, '38. V. F. & W. L.'Sthom-..
Stoves ! Cook Stoves ! !
woolson's patent cook
STO YES.
RHE bev .iuve in use ol ihe kind, Just
"e riceived No 3 of llus description of
loves and for -iile al .'j Alio. No 2, a
larger size, al J33. Tills kind ot Wove ls
iiiiich valued uial porcni- wi-huig I hem
have seni lo New Hampshire from lln
place mid paid tO there, for No, 2, in
preference lo buying any other lo bo had
in Burliiicton.
IIickok & Cati.in.
October 25, 1838.
Jesse Wood ni IPs Estate.
WE the subscribers, having been appoint,
ed by ihe Honorable the Probate Court
fertile District of Chitlenduo, eomuiissiuiiors
to receive examine, and adjust ibe claims and
demands of nil pcr.-ons, against the estate
of Jesso Woodiuff, lale of Milton, in said
District, deceased, represented insolvent, and
also all claims and demands exhibited in oIImi!
thereto ; and six months frnm the day of the
date hcreol, being allowed hv said court ior
that purpose, wc do therefore hereby give no
lice, that wo will attend to the business of our
appointment, al the dwelling of widow Sully
Woodruff, in Milton, in saiu District, on tho
31st day of December next, at ten o'clock. A.
,M., on said drtv.
Dalsd. Ibis 2 4lh (lav of October A. D. 1838
ARTHUR HUNTING. ) Cohihiis.
EDMUND WELLINGTON, S siont
HYDRAULIC CEMENT.
TftOR sale at I he Ilorliiiglnii Mill Com.
X? pony's i-Mastcr Mill, Winooshi Falls.
GEO. MOORE, Agenl
TBIOjV. steel &c.
Tons English Tire Iron Irom I
mkM 1 4 inch In G inches wide.
45 Cwt. assorted Swedes do
45 do Russia P S.I. old Sable do
15 do English Hoops, assorted
20 do Braziers rods
40 do old mi hie horse nail Rods
35 do Sanderson's Cast Steel, assorted
sizes.
15 do Spring do do
25 do lloseuclcver Si Groove's Ger
man do
15
do
do
American and Swedes do
English Blister do
200 pairs steel plated Sleigh Shoes.
-ALSO-On
Consignineiii from the Pern Iron Co
al Clintonville, 80 tons manufactured Iron
round nnd square, nil sizes from g of an
inch lo 2i inches, Band Iron, Shoo Shapes,
Nose, Hume, scroll Iron &c. Sic. ; with
1000 Kegs Cut Noils. 3d. to CO d. and
Brads C d. lo 20 d. By
Nov. 2 7'. ' Sr W L. STRONG.
lifl Doz. Simons &, Co., Cast Sieel Axes
: lor sale by ihe box, ot manufnciurcrs
prices, uy roLiiEXT to. uiiaullvs.
Sept. 'M.
il'.GS leave to lit.
form bin Patrons
. .t lliai no una inisim nuup
two doors West of J. ti
I'eck fe Co's.
North side Square
Collcuo Slrccl. Where
rnOiiiin.ru lulll find n
tte,ui.c' great variety of Ready
made Saddles, Harness's, Trunks, VaUshct,
Carpel Hags. Pill Bags, Purlmanteaus, Cir.
ciuelcs. halters. Undies, Marlinads, blc.igli
Bells, Whalebone Uosclls, Cushions Whins and
Lashes, and such ulnar articles as usually con
nectud with his line ofhiiMiiuss, toi'cllior with
choice selection of Saddlery Hard Ware,
of the latest niportatioiis. all ol which will
be sold cheap (or ensh or Approved Lrcilit.
Burlington, Oct, 17, 1BJ3.
UpholstoriiiL's and Carriage Trimming exe
cuted with neatness and despatch.
1 OH ''"x,,,i "nr Sonp.
1UU nr, Hn.ru Slw,t frnm Nil. (1. In .1.
300 Mats Cmssiu, for sal" by
Foi.U.TT &. BnADt.KYS.
Sept. 24.
BURLiNGTON
CSik3R FACTORS
THE siib-cribers have for sah1, and are
consiantly in n mi 'no' u rn rr a variety of
t"n.Ktnir
COMMON DINING.
FANCY FLAGG, and
CANE SEAT CUtiL MAPLE,
i.Aunt: ami smaij.
ROCKING CHAIRS. &c. &c.
at Wholesale or Retail.
e would say to those wislnnz to pur
chase Hint they u ill do well lo cull and
examine the quality and price before put
chasing el-ewbcre, as we ore confident w
can save them the trouble ut .seudiiiir to
New York.
A L S O
On hand, a lot of Livingston's Patent
Fanning Mills
; anus.
NELSON GATES.
urch Street, np..site Ihe old Bank
jer 4, 1838
Chur
Oetobi
N B. Wanted 20.000 feel 14,2. 2i,
3.j Curl Maple Board- and Plank
GREAT BARGAINS IN
-VfltV,Jf--ll .
AV1NG made arrangements for deal
ing more exlenwvt ly in this branch
of business than heretofore, we lire pre
pared tu show purchasers Cooking Stoves
all the various approved patterns, lo-
geiher wuh Parlor, Box. and Canada
Plate Stoves of all sizes. Also
9
joints tovc Pipe
Ol Riis-ta. English and American Iron.
Dumb Sieves, of Ru.wa and American Iron
hand-i'ine patterns Stove trimmings of
rv (b y.Tiptinn of Tin, Copptr and cop
per Ii illom, and
IRON HOLLOW WARE.
Wo recommend to purcha-ers with
great confidence, an examination of this
assortment ot Sloves nnd trimming;, be
lieving il lo be leu eniv more extensive
and eompleie. hoi thut purchasers will find
better bargains than al any other establish
iiienl in tue stale.
T. F. & W. L. STRONG.
Burlington. October 4, 1838.
T
HE subscribers would inlorin llieir
Irteitds and tho public that Ibey have
ju-t ree'd an oddtnoiial slock of sloves
which makes their assortment complete,
comprising all the mow approved patterns
called for, among which nre ihe following;
I he Troy best premium
Improved R. ! n ry ami
do. Buck K lichen
Coo king
all sizes.
Also A great variety i.f box stoves,
Elegant parlour do.
And a few superior Canada plate do.
Also Ornamented Russia dumb Stoves,
and Russia, English and Canada Stove
pipo and trimmings of all descriptions, oil
ol which they are determined lo sell at the
very lowest prices,
Persons wishing to purchase are invilcd
to call nl their shop (opposite tho Jail.) in
Church street, anil examine tor themselves.
They have on hand ns usunl a full assort
ment of Plain Si Japaned tin ware, nl
wholesale and retail, ull orders m their hue
will bo promptly executed
Large IRON KETTLES, from 30 to
90 gnllons.
Also Copper Pumps add Lend Pipe,
STARR S,- BOSTWICK.
Burlington, Nov. I, 1838.
For Sale or to Rout.
THE Brick Sioro owned by
Mr. J. S. Pot win, on churcli-st.
apply to II, Leavemvoiith.
August 30, 1030,
mmM-Mi .i. ii.
CWM Store.
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H
IIS, itft
'CrIVjjnSAI. MECHANIC
OR
ONE THAT CAN MAKE OR RE
PAIR ANY THING THAT
COMES ALONG.
J LEWIS, disclaiming nil pretensions
to the "heroic." but deeply impress-
d Willi I lie importance ol that first maxim
of linkers "DO things" offers his ter.
vices to the public as a mnnufaciurcr of
Finger Rings, Isrenst Bins, Ear Ornaments,
Guard Chains. Watch Chains, Seals. Keys,
fcc. Seals of every di'scripi ion, made and
lettered lo order and Jewelry of all kinds
repaired in the nealeM manner.
Plain Wood Cuts, wood Tunes, Stamps,
Btnnds, Sic , manufactured lo order ; to-.
gether with n llmusand oilier things, too
numerous to mention. Send in your orders
Indies nnd Gentlemen they shall be
promptly attended to, nnd it is believed
entire satisfaction will In; "i veil.
Burlington, Church St.
October 4. 1833 (
"farm Volt sale.
'Blllli subscriber
offers for sole his
mi,
ili Jl Si v? valuable farm situated
iMl'en Eh' i 'he northwest part
f Huntington, contain
ing about 250 acres,
and is well calculated for a dairy, having
u convenient dwelling house, two barns,
wlih nu eight feet shed between, nnd other
valuable and convenient out buildings.
There is a'so a good orchard, cider Mill
House nnd Mill. Said farm is every
where well watered, nnd will keep thirty
cows and a team. Also, two hundred acres)
of wild land, situated about one mile from
I he fa 'in. and is well umbered will- a heavy
growth of Sjiruco and nlher valuable
sawing limber. Terms of sale madt! easy
by application lo the subscriber on the
premises. ,
II EM AN GILLET.
Hun'inglon, Sept. 20. 1338.
.
FOU. SALE,
s7'-?. ,
f;"1lp ,a --m I-.,cnry,
Snips? S " '
; SSJrtSsaa Burtinginu, Ven
o a
THAT el-gitio Mill Site and
ki own as iht!
in I he town of
rmont, nn the
hills ol Onion River. The boildinir is nf
SioiX', 100 feet long by 50 feet deep, with
all the ni ce. ary appurtenances, I'or dying,
drying and dressing cloth. There are forty
looms wnh corresponding machinery, (if
mow approved paiierns nil supeiior work
manship. A full inventory may be seen at
ihe factory Tin ro i. also aiiached lo it a
brick house suitable for a boarding hooscg
lor the workmen. Situated as tins estab.
Iishmeui is, in a wool growing country,
wnh the advantages of" tranwnirlalion by
water tho whole (if the distance to New
I York, renders il well worthy Ihe attention
of Capitalists ond Manufacturers. Terms
ot sale will he nccominndnimrr. Apply 10
II. LEAVENWORTH.
Burlington, Vt.
REA L ESTATE fou SALE,
ArjgA rjnilE undersigned offers for
ii fi III1, it -- sole, the three story brick
mam
building next east of the book
siore. on college street, con
taining dwelling. Wore and rooms for offices.
Also lbe brick house with ihree fourths of
an acre ol laud occupid by Duct. Hatch on
while s'reei. Abo two bondings occupied
hy Me.-.-rs. llnmMin and Mead, nnd C
MorrHt, on College street, containing
Joiners shops. Dwellings Sic. Also tho
place occupied by Mr R. P. Tibettson the
corner of Pearl and Chnmplain si reels.
Po-sessioo given 1st of April and May next
and lo some parts ut the premises this Au
tumn. II. LEAVEN WORTH.
Sept 10 1834
F r an kl in Hotel.
IN.sON SPELMAN
- ESPECTFULLY informs
his tnends and the public
Hint he has taken the pleasant
and commodious House on the
south west corner ol lbe square, in the vil
lage of Burbngion, formerly occupied by B.
Risbop. lie assures his friends and ihe
public generally, that no reasonable ifTbrlsj
on Ins part shall be wauling lo render his
House n p'easant and desirable home to
the traveller, lo permanent boarders, to
gentlemen of the bar, judges, jurors ond
witnesses in courl lime; and in fine, to all
persons who may please to favor him with
their polronnge, and which it will be his
ambition to merit by a prompt attention to
ibe wishes of his gnosis, and by reasonable
charges.
The Singes will call at this House for
passengers.
Burlington, October 1,
1838.
WINDOW
JUST received 15
20 Si 24-7 by 9
casements of sash, a
first rato article, at
3 and 3J cts. per
light. Also, nil kinds
and sizes, furnished
lo order.
Tieonderogn iiiacK
Lead, a first rato article, for sale very low,
logothur with n greavariety of other articles,
as cheap as can bo found ol any other estab
lishinent in lbe place. Geo. Peterson.
SINGLE. DOUBLE. UMBILICAL,
MARSH'S TRUSS, for all who need,
will he found on trial, the most use
fid, and ihe most comfortable article for tho
purpose intended, ever introduced.
July 20, J, Si J. II, Peck Si Co, Agent
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