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'He touched Ills hari,timl nations heard, entranced.'
BY OLIVEn WENDELL HOLMES.
The Cornel! llo is on his way
And singing ns ho flioj !
The whizzing planets slirin!; beforo
The spectre of the skies i
Ah 1 well may regal orbs burn blue,
And satellites turn pale,
Ten million cubic miles of head,
Ten billion leigucsof tail!
On, on by whistling spheres of light,
lie flashes and he flamesj
Ho turns not to the left nor right,
11c n;ks them not their names ;
Ono spin n from his demoniac heel
Away, nvvay they lly,
Where d.irkncss might he bottled up
And sjld for " 1'yrint dje."
And what would happen to the land,
And how would look the sea.
If in the bearded devil's path
Our earth should chance to he?
Full hot and high the km would boil,
Kull red the forests gleam ;
Methotight 1 snw and heaid it all
In a ikspcptic drc.iiu I
I saw n tutor take Ills tubo
" Tho Come t's course to spy i
I heard a scream the gathered rayi
Had stewed the tutor's eye j
I saw a fort the soldiers all
Weio armed with gobies preen i
Top cracked the puns I whiz licw the lulls I
l'ang went the magazine !
I snw n poet dip a croll
Each moment m a tub,
I read upon tho vvnrping back,
"The Dream of Bcelchub ;"
lie could not see his vt rsc burn,
Although his brain was fried,
And ccrnnd anon he bent
To wet them as Ilicy dried.
I saw the rcnlding pitch roll down
The crackling, sweating pines,
And streams of smoke, like water spouts,
lSurst through the rumbling; mines;
I asked tho fiicman why they mado
Such noise about the town;
They answered not but nil the while
Tho brakes went tip and down,
I 6aw a roasting pullet sit
Upon a baking egg;
I saw a cripple score h his hand
Extinguishing Ins legs
I saw nmogceso upon the wing
Towards the frozen polo,
And every mother's gosling fell
Crisped to a crackling coal.
I saw the ox that I rowsed the crass
oriiuc in me mistering rajs,
The herbage in shrinking jaws
Was all a firry blaze ;
I snw huge fihcs. boiled to rags.
Bob through the bubbling v, aves j
I listened, and I beaid the dead
All simmciing in their grates !
Strange sights! strangn ounds! 0 fearful dreams
Its memory haunts mo still.
The steaming sea, the crimson clare,
That wreathed each wooded lull ;
Strangci !. if through thy recline, brain
Such midnight vis-inus sweep,
Spare, spare, O pire thino evening meal
And sweet shall be thy sleep!
From tho Rural Repository.
THR BEAUTIES OK NATUfiU.
Arc not all things good that are mado 1
Arc not nil things beautiful!'
There is beauty on tho face of the garnished
earth. Its lofty snow-capt mountain.", ever
wearing the chillinir .vpect of peronnal Winter
the lesser, irregular protuberance that mod
estly raise themselves above the surrounding
plains tho roiintlesii fruitful vallies varying
from the rigidity of Winter the balmy fragrance
y freshncis of Spring, lu tho full duv elopement
and richness of Summer; and tho perfect tnatu
rity and abundance of Autumn all present
charma and beauties peculiarly their own, and
never to the true admirer of Nature appear ro
bed in forbidding or repulsive habiliments.
All things arc beautiful. A sparkling beauty
rides on the fuaming waves of the ocean an
irregular beauty floats on the broken current of
the turbulent river an awful beauty is ictlect
cd by tho leaping cataract !
There is a calm heauly on tho unripplcd
surface of the placid lake a gentle beauty on
the smoothly gliding stream a serene bcau'y
in the stillness of evening a sublime beauty in
the star-spangled concave of the midnight sky !
Tho Aurora Il.irjali, as its glowing pillars
move to and fro along tho Northern sky, or its
broad, luminous coruscations shoot sw iftly tip
yard to the utimoving zenith, exhibits a ttrik
ing beauty! achmgefu! beauty repoc3 in tho
blended colors of the arching rainbow a vivid
beauty glares forth from the red lightnings ol
Heaven an astonishing beauty pervades tho
architecture of the material world !
A becoming beauty mfiuso ; tho glowing
cheek of tho lovely maiden a spatkling beauty
beams from the eye of tho intelligent woman
a chaste beauty adorns tho walk of the grave
An innocent hoautv decks the hours of child-
hood a transient beauty attends the (lavs of
youth a manly beauty shows forth in the prime
of lite a cnerable beauty ciowns our declin
A placid beauty is cvinreM in tho unpretend.
ing harmless lamb a territlic beauty in tho pir
tontous aspect of tho fierce tiger an inspired
beauty in the dormant recumbency of the un-
inoving sloth. There is a henuty in all things !
Tito scaly inhabitants of the "brinv deen are
beautiful in their kind tl.o feathered songsters
of the expanded air, show forth their hues unit
ing beauty ! Umk abroad o'er tho bright face of
caith view tho dashing waves of the mightv
ocean-survey the grand architecture of Ileav-
en trace the almost endless varieties of the
animate creation range among tho beasts of
01 tlio woods elivo amidst the finny hosts that
inhabit tho depths of the sea soar through the
ambient air with the feathered race seat ch the
boundless volume of Nature and then, and then
only, will bo unfolded an entire, t.n infinite
JJcauty ! M. L. V.
IjtronTANT Discovrr.v in Medicine. The
last number of the Dublin Medical Press con
tains an inlerct.ting paper by Dr Patterson, of
natiiKcaie, on tne discoloration or the skin from
the internal use of nitrate of silver, and on the
means of preventing and of removing that effect
It is well known that tho nitrate ot si vor no:
scsses great efficacy in tho treatment of certain
forms of epilepsy, and painful complaints of the
siomacii ; uut, irotn long use, it is Iiablo to rcn
der tho skin almost as black as that of the no
gro an effect which continues for life, and for
which there was no known means of prevention
or cure. Consequently, it frequently occurred
that a patient treated with nitrate of silver got
rid of his diseaso at the expense of his beauty ;
and hence medical men havo boon prevented
from employing this active remedy as exiensivc.
ly as they utherwiso would. Dr. l'atersou, by
numerous and satisfactory experiments, has sue.
ceeded in discovering, that combining iodine
wiui hid silver, prevents tuo uiscoioration, wttli'
out impairing the medicinal now ers of that metal
and the iodine will remove tho discoloration
which has been already produced. This, wo bo.
neve, is a inauer oi great importance to patient:
lauurmg uiiult pauuui or spasmodic diseases,
If. O. Bulletin.
The lightnin' roared, and tho thunder flashed,
And granny's teapot went to smash,
The rain it whistled, the wind it poured,
Ana eladdy laid down in tho corner about dint o'
clock in the evening and snored I
And li8D the Machine broke?
1)f. somf.tmino, saya the talented Kingsbury,
no matter what. Throw aside all collateral aids
off with your coats and ilctormino to work
your way up. Providence has provided the lad.
ucr , uivro ii is ucioro yon , come mourn, iiiuum.
Don't fold your arms "until you can find sotno.
thing that suits yous talotits. Take the chisel
the saw the axe tho hammer. Wo recollect
a young gentleman an Intimate friend who
waa a few years sitico wealthy) being worth
some 850,0(10. Ho was in excellent business ;
but tho last panic like a whirlwind, swept his
whole property overboard, and loft him a bank,
rupt. Did ho remain idle ! No. Ho braced
himself up for a fresh ttrupglo. Ho minded not
his dolicato hand, but worked his passago from
a western port to New-Orleans. Finding no.
thing to do there, ho worked his way up to New
Vorlt. There we found him busy and content,
cd as of old.
"What are you at now, Dill 1"
"At I oh, I'm porter to a broker in Wall st."
"Pay well, eh 1"
"Why, enough to live on. I receive nine
pence a day, and havo the privilege of Bleeping
on his counter at night. Ha I ha ! ha 1 a
broker's counter makes rather a hard bed."
"Hut, Hill, ymt ought not to live thus. Your
talents should make you look higher."
"Ay, and so you would have me run tho risk
of starving, out of respect to my talents ! I
must io something. All I want is a foothold.
Inquire for mo in a year mm now.
Ina year ho had worked his way up to bo con
fidential hook keeper in a largo New York cs
tablishinont. Ho will bo admitted as a partner
soon, and will acquire another fortune. He
adopted the true method to keep mtl of 'mischirf.
Rusncious Di-tosition Never indulge a
suspicious disposition. Many persons destroy
their own peace, and gain tho ill. will of others,
by the exercise of this unhappy temper. You
hate no right to think others dislike you until
they have manifested their dislike. Accustom
yourself to repose confidence in your associates.
It is better to bo sometimes deceived, than never
to trust. And, if you arc always jealous of those
around you, you will toon alienate their affec
tions. In your intercourse with others of your
own age and sex, bo willing always to advance
at least half-way ; and with those whoso habits
aro very retiring, you may even go farther
Many persons ofhtorling worth havo so low an
opinion of themselves as lo doubt whether even
their own equals wish to form an acquaintance.
"A man that hath friends .must show himself
friendly." Always put tho best construction up
on the conduct ot others. Do not attach more
meaning to their language and conduct than
they properly express. If at any time you real
ly believe yourself slighted, take no notice of it.
Vet be careful never to intrude yourself into so
ciety w here you havo good reason to believe
your company is not desired.
A House's Foot. The foot of a horse is one
of the most ingenious and unexampled pieces
of mechanism in the animal structure, and
scarcely yielding to any in regularity and in
complexity of parts, under simplicity of design.
Tho hoof contains a series of vertical and thin
laminro of horn, so numerous as to amount to
about 00(1, and forming a complete lining to it.
In this aro titled as many lamina; belonging lo
the coffin bono , while both sols aro clastic and
adherent. Tho edge of a quire of paper, inser
ted leaf by leaf into another, will convey a suf
ficient idea of tho arrangement. Thus the
weight of tho animol is supported by as many
clastic springs as there aro lamii.rc in all the
feet, amounting to about 4,000 ; distributed in
the mot secure manner, sinco every spring is
acted on in an oblique direction. Such is the
connivance for tho safety of an animal destined
to carry greater weights than those of his own
body, and to carry those alto under the hazard
of heavy shocks. Maculloch.
Facts Woiitiiv or Notich, Whenever the
farmer or planter discovers his fields covered
with ficeyi sorrel, he may conclude that the soil
needs liming, the presence of the sorrel being
unerring evidence of tho absence of calcareous
matter, and that the toil is too acid for the pur
pose of healthful vegetation.
Lands ton, whoso natural growth is pine, re
quire lime, as that wood almost always delights
in an acid soil devoid of lirne.
Cluicr, Sainfuin, Lucerne, and all trasses of
this family require that thoro should bo lime in
the soil on which they may bo grown, and, in
deed, it may be said to bo labor lust, to attempt to
cultivate them advautagcouly on lands in which
this mineral docs not form a constitute element.
Now may it not be the absence of lime in much
of the southern portions of our country, which
opposes such obstacles to the growth of clover!
c think it demonstrable that it is and we aro
equally certain, that if lime or marl were appli
ed to all such lands, that clover might be grown
there as well as in any other partol tho country.
imericaa i armcr.
I low to get into Tr.ounLr. Alwavs keen
a sharp look-out after your neighbors' concerns;
inowleilgc, you know, is power. Gut upon your
parish committees; it a partv question, novcr
mind winch side you take, it will show you im
partially besides it will let vou into the secrets
of each. Alwavs sneak vour mind boldlv no
matter where or who hears you. Do not rufuso
tu bo bail for poor Hob 'tis "only a trifle. Take
an active part in popular elections and if all
these do not succeed, go to law.
Tom Moore's sonirs have been narodie.l ofton.
erthan tho productions of almonany other poet
jiniinui uiuir excellence ami populari
ty, lint what would the "roat "Little" .Mo rc.
say to the foliowingon This world is all a fleet.
The bustles arn all a fleeting show
For uiau'H illusion giv en ;
Tho bags of bran, nnd sacks of low,
Arn worn lo guild ihc simple beau
They're nil a cheat, by Heaven !
lo re-uul this wicked insinuation another
I'oet sings as follows :
Hustles aro not an empty show,
For man's delusion given ;
They ata tilled with bran, or swingling-tovv,
They slick out'bout o leelor so,
And look first rale by heaven.
When vou see a mild, modest, iinnssnminir
girl, who may be sometimes seen ministering to
tne wants ol poverty and bickucse, who is even
niiniiiuiot tlio wants and wishes of her friend
and unmindful of her own, who is ever ready to
relieve distress by kind words and good works,
and who never published her benevolent labors
she will make vour homo a naradise she will
cuccrjou in prosperity sustain you in adver
sity smooth and soothe tho pillow of sickness
ouu win iiiueeu ue a treasure Willi or with
out wealth she is a pearl above all price.
A Nrxno Dialogue "I say, Baz, whore do
dat comet rise all"
"It rises in do -lGtli meridian ob do frigid zo.
w.uv, i.uu uuvt i, it, uu comic aunamcK.
"Well, whore do it set, Ilaz 1"
"Set 1 you black fool, it don't set nnvvh nrn
when it gets tired ob shining, it goes in its
an hXTiuoriDj.VAnv Sign.TIio Portland
1 nbuno tolls tho following joke of tho Miller,
ttes : "It is well known that tho planet Yenus
can bo seen with the naked eye. It was espied by
the Milleriles a few days since, who assembled
With spyglasses to see if they could discover
other stars in the heavens. Ono nbl
looking through the glass, cMitcd it a littlo too
imii.ii, iinu, gar ping wiin amazement, exclaimed
"What do I too I as true as I'm nlivlim cnnl.
'J...l...,H.ker,, in largo letters, printed in the
skies ! Truly lie is a holy man ! ! " The glass
had boon brought so low that tho zealous old la.
dy had been reading an extended sign in tho
Old Womcn. Lfvoly good-humored old
men, aro wnat raisins aro tof resh grapes. Tlioy
aro withered ; but they aro also preserved, and
-i-ruai iu uuium.ijju in mo ircsiicst company
Whiskered dandies uro likn-catj cut off
tticir smeiiert ana they are useta.
cor An TNERsmr.
TUB undersigned have this day entered into Par
Attornics nml Counsellors at Lnw
SOLICITOUS IN CHANCEItV.
Any hii-lncs confided llicm will receive their im
mediate and undivided attention.
J. McM ELLEN Sil AFTER.
Burlinglon, March 1, 1813.
FEW HOARDERS can bo accommodated on
moderate terms, by applying; to
Burlington, Mnic-h 21, 1313.
LOOK AT THIS FARMERS!
TIIGMilwribcr. w ill MANUFACTURE WOOL
J;N' CLOTHS fur eu-ton.ers the coming season,
at the following price, to wit
Saliiicti., for 23 rts pe-r ynrd,
Sheep. Oicy, plain, 25 ernts per yard,
MiXwilnnd null colours 30 do
CiL-imeres 31 do
Wo aNo have a qnanliv ol CL.OI'113 on hand which
we will cxelinngu for Wool.
MURRAY d PATRICK.
Hine.1 urgh, March 1 1, 1S13. 42m0
CA UlNENT FURNITURE.
Till: SUIlSCltlllEIl would remind tho Public,
that ho siill continues tlio CAIIINF.NT 11U&I
JS'F.SS at the Old Stand, on Church Street, formerly
iVichol. ,f. Ilerrick, and over Mr. llurlbiil's Store,
where he has a good assortment of Mnhog.inv, lllack
Wnlnut, Clurry and Pino FURNITURE, consisting
of Secretaries; Miircausj Sofas; Dining, Tea, Work
and Toilet, Tables; lledsteads and Stands, which
he will sell for cash unusually low, according to tho
In exchantro, Hirch nnd Maplo SCANTLING, suita
ble for llcdstrds 2 inch, 1 inch, 5 8ths nnd 1-2 inch
IIASSWOOD, WHITE. PINK HOARDS, R1RCU
HOARDS, nnd most kinds of Country Produce.
Please call nnd examine for yourselves.
nutlington, Jan. 13. 1813. 31tf
Cash paid for I'ork.
THE Subscribers will pav cash on delivery for
WELL FATTENED PORK.
FOLLUTT it URADLEY.
Ilurlington, Dec. 22, 1S42. 30
Wanted to Exchange,
Aflr-t rate DW1XMNO HOI'SE and I.OT.com
pri'ing near hall'nnacrc of land without build
ing, for a farm in the neighborhood of Ilurlington.
A giunllargain will bo given to -my ono who wi-bes
to move" into tin- villnge ot" Ilurlington lor the purpose
of keeping I oarder, o for professional service?, as
lhi house is near the square.
II. THO. MAS, Agent.
Burlington, Feb. 15, 1813. 33lf
THE subscribers keen on hand a supply of Lum
ber of various kinds at their ynrd on Pearl St.
where they will promptly wait on customers. Lum
ber sawed to order. Apply to Henry P. Hickok.
March 10. HICKOIC & STEVENS.
THE GERMAN STORE.
rrilli; S' il-ril ers I e'g leave to renew to the public
- eif tins place and the Mtrroundiitg country, the
intimation that they continue to keep constantly on
band u choice ns-orMnent of
DRV GOODS AND GROCERIES,
all ofwhieh in their particular kind, are of superior
quality and surpassing thcapness.
Especially would ihev invite public attention lo
their impuifevl (imbmak, Fnr.NCII&SrAsi-n WINES,
their Cognac IIKANDV, nml Holland (Schiedam)
GIN, hum of which have already been for -ome
)ear under their own particular Mi'rvcy nnd inspec
tion, and tbenge ol which aeldud lu their unipie-lion-atle
parity renders them peculiarly lit for medicinal
They al-o rcpe"tfully inform Store-keepers nnd
Taverii-I.eeper of the adj.ieeiit town., who are di
Mrou. of supplying llieir Cu. tuner, with genuine
ariicle-, that they can be supplied with them at the
(Iciinau Siuio, in I)"rlingloii, where the uh-cri! er
will leave it to tbcdi-eriuiinatiou cf tbo-e who may
call tojudi'e how far they havo a claim to assert the
superiority of the article", tbev oiTer for .ale.
OsTIIEIM & MICHOLLS.
Colle-ee t., next to Mr. Wail's extcn.tve Crockery
Store. Jan. 20, 1813. 35
Retailed at Wholesale Prices.
THE sub.eril er ha. taken ihucxicn.ivc nnd valu
able Mock of Law, Medical. Theulosieal, M.
eellaneo'i., Cl.vsical, and School lion!.--, laiely l,e
lunginz to C. GooJrieh, nimprUing the largest nnd
I e-t selected Mook m the Stale-, which ho oilers at
relad forca.h at wholeMile prices.
Many valuable book, will I e told at one halt their
original price. Call at the old taint ICPl'p Stair?.
11. J. duij.um Ai , Agent.
Fob. 13, 1813. 33lf
Wednesdays, Wednesday Evenings, and
B Y II. T 1IOMAS.
STOVES and PIPE, KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Farming Utensil, Sleizhs and Waugone, Dnv
Goons, and India Rubber Clothing. Also, A larr.e
lot of J'ur and Cloth Winter Caps.
vl .: I .1 : n, ,r
iica uuuiiiiui'M in mi: evening i.u
PER.-ONS in ira( nf groceries of any hind, or
vure Snirits or II inrs for 7ne(licine.n or for
any oilier purpo-e, wiil do well to call on the .iih.cn
1 rr,v ho coii'tanllv kevii. nil kind, of llie almvc arti
cle- n pure nn.1 unadulterated, to say the lcas-t, n
e'.m I e bouibt nt nuy Cierin.iii Store. He doe., not
Vpend on ihe silly i.in!' of the lime servinc editor ol
a Mule lccahly new-paper to e.tal.li-li ihe character
or purity i I'lm liuuor. nnd wine-, but inoreimon hi.
haviiir, for nearly twenty year-, i-eild to inii.t of the
imiiH tee , i .. wniiiii iinv "'lie.. many Mil nt mh,
continuing 10 buy of him. And even thi.. sapient
editor, who ha. lately found such obliging ueishbors,
(but who, it .eein-, prai-e.ifs linuor. mo.t who save
lo him In. I,) ha. often, in n mo.t obliging manner,
drain; ol ttiesuli-cril cr wine-, ami called them I lie
besl ho ever ta.tetl. The subscriber does not carry
hi. liquors nboul the country, showing and ncdlinir
tlieiu. Ho think, tbeiieoplo have I een luiiio-cd upon
enouglioflalehy si ch peillar.. Hut if iier-on want-
ntr such article, will c-.il I nt his store in Hurhnulon,
directly oppo.iiu Mr. S. E. Howard'. S re, in Chun Ii
sire-ei, no win sen uieiii me purc.i an-i rest nrncics
for ihu lowest prices, and they will aivvay find them
uiiiiunii in price iinu ipianiy.
Burlington, Feb. I, 1813. 3Gtf
Iron. Steel &c.
OH TONS n.sorted English Tiro Iron,
CJ 1 " do. Swede, nnd Peru do. do.
" Ru.-ia Old Sal le do.
OK " Peru manufactured roiindandsouarclron
embracing nil size, fioin J in. to 2 J in,
lO tons a.snrtel brand Iron.
lO " Scroll Iron nud shoe shapes,
3 " Ru..iu horse nnd rod.,
Anvils, Vice., Sledic, Trace Chain., Borax, File
and Hasps, Shovels, Spade-, Cro Uars .die.
Sanderson'. Cast Steel,
Ore'Ave. tiermnu "
Engli.h bhstd. "
1, SO Sells Steel plated Cutter and Sleish Shop
&c. eVe. jn-t lleceivolby STRONGS.
Cash paid for Oats,
ON delivery at their Store, Old Dock.
FOLLETT & BRADLEV.
Burlington, Dec.22. 1812. 30
Valuable Estate For Sale.
rpil E Sub.eril cr oilers for sain llie dwel
reSBD ""!' hou'U and lot, coniling of
about one nud a quarter acre of land.
siluaied on College Street. l.clon"im lo
iiieeM.ue ui 1110 imu it. ivoeieri moouy, l no liouse
is of brick, llioroiighly built, and very conveniently
nrranged. The gnrden is well supplied with fruit.
nud in a high statu of cultivation. A credit will Le
given, for a portion of the purchase money, ol two
ji-Aisiiuiii isi erciuocr, io i.
GEO. B. SHAW, Admr.
Burlington, Sept. 21, 1812. -17tl
Has received a full supply of
CROCKERY, GLASS & CHINA WARE,
to the tin hut
lu a. sort-
m e n t quite
It i o!lcrcd at
ihe nreaturu oflhuliines. Fumiliesin wunlol Good
in his line, will elo well to call and examine at lean,
at ine corner oi uiiurca ttnu suiicgv tircvi.
Uurlin jlou, Oct. 20lh, 1842. JOU"
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT,
Notice to show cause against Petition of
DEXTER M. FAY, ol Burlington, fbrhf Discharge
" uu e.urinu aie, n n uanlirupi, ni ine uouri llou-e
In Windor, in said Dilriot, on Wednesday, the
BENJAMIN b MeFAltLAND, ol Ilurlington, for
hi Disebarge nnd Cerlinente,n n Hankrupt, nt the
Court Housi'lu Wind-or.ln snid district on Wedne's
day, the Slth day of May, A. i. 1813, at 10 A. M.
ELKASER II. BROWN, of Ilurlington, for hi l)i
chnrge nnd Ccrlilicnle,l n n Bankrupt, nt the Court
Houc, In WincUor, in saiddiMrict, on Wednesday,
the 24 th dnv ofMny, A. 1). 1S43, at 10 A. M.
CALVIN WHITE, of Milton, for hi-s Discharge and
Cerlilicate, n n Bankrupt, nt the Court House1, in
Wind-or. in said District, on Wednesday, the 21th
day of.May, A. D. 1813, nt 10 A. M.
SUSfAVIJS A. DU.MINII, ol Milton, in snid district,
to I edeclnml a Hankrupt, nt tho oilice of Samuel
Prcntls, in Montpcber, In said District, on Tues
day, the twenly-firslday of Jlarch, 1913, at ten o'
DANIEL WARD, of Milton, in snid Di.in'ct, lo be
declared n Bankrupt, nt the office ol Samuel Pren
tiss, in Montnclicr, in snid District, on Tuesday, the
2 1 si day of March, 1843. ten o'clock, lorenoon.
JOSEPH SMITH Junior, ofllolton.forlii. Discharge
nnd Certili nle, n n Bankrupt, nt the Court llou-e
in Windsor, in said district, on Wednesday, the 21lh
day ol May. A. I). 813, at 10 A. M.
HAllRVB. IllNE, ol lbirliniton, for his Discharge
nnd Certificate, n a Bankrupt, nt the Court llouu,
in Wind.eir, in saM Di.'rict, on Wednesday, the
3 llh dayofMay,A.D. 1813, nt 10, A. M.
HARVEY WARD.ot Essex, lor his Discharge and
Certificate, a n Bankrupt, nt the Court House, in
Wind-or, in snid Di-trict, on Wednesday, the21lh
day of May, A. D. 18l3,nt 10, A. M.
ALVAll C. JENNINGS, of Burlington in said dis
trict, to be declared n Bankrupt, at tho offico of
Samuel Prentiss, in Montnclicr, in said district, on
Tuesday the 21st day of March, 1313, ten o'clock,
JAMES L. MORTON, of Milton, in snid District,
to be declared a Bankrupt, at the office of Samuel
Prenti, in.Montpclicr, in said District, on Tues
day Ibe2lt day of March, 1813, ten o'clock, A. M.
CAMPBELL REMINGTON, of Hunlinnton. in said
district. In bo declared a Bankrupt, at the office of
Samuel Prentiss, in iilontpelier, in saul district, on
Tuesday, tho 21st day of March, 1813, ten o'clock
LEONARD MARSH of Burlington, in said district,
to bo declared a Bankrupt, at tho office of Samuel
Prentiss, in Montpelier, in said district, on Tuesday
thc21stlday of March,1843, at ten o'clock, forenoon.
ELIAS DOTY, of Huntington, in said District, to bo
declared a Bankrupt, nt tlie.oflicoofSamuel Prentiss
in Montpelier, in said district, on Tuesday tho 21st
day of March. 1813, ten o'clock, forenoon.
SBMUEL WHIPPLE, ofVillislon,forhis Discharge
and Certiucate, nsn bankrupt, at tlicUourt House,
in Windsor, in said District on Wednesday, the 21th
dnv of May, A. I). 1813, nt 10, A. M.
ALHROE. HISIIOP.of Burlington, for his Dischargo
and Certificate, ns a Hankrupt, nt tho Court House-,
in Windsor, in said Diitrict.on Wednesday, the 24th
dav of May, A. D. 1843, at 19. A. M.
FRANCIS II. JOVN1-R, of Richmond, for his Dis
charge and Certificate, as n Bankrupt, nt the Court
House, in Windsor, in said District, on Wednesday,
tho21lhday of May, A. D. 1813, at 10, A.M.
ASA SNOW, ofJcricho, for hi Discharge nnd Cer
tilicnle, n a Bankrupt, nttbeConrtllou.e, in Wind
sor, in said Di-triel, on Wednesday, the 2 llh day of
May, A.D.1813,at 10 A.M.
JOSEPH COOK, of Burlington, for hi. DMiarge
and Certificate, a a Hankrupt, at the Court Ilou-c,
in Windor, on Wednesday, the 2 llh elay of May,
A.D. 1813, at 10 A.M.
ALVAH JOHNSON, of Burlington, for his Discharge
nud Certificate, a a Bankrupt, nt the Court llou.e,
in Windsor, in said district, on Wednesday, the
2 lib day of May, A. D. 1813, nt 10 A. M.
JOHN MITCHELL, ofltuilington.for his Di-ehnrge
nnd Certificate', n. n Hankrupt, nt tho Court House,
in Wind. or, in said District, on Wednesday, the
24lh day ofMay, A. I). 1SI3, at 10 A. M.
JOHN OAKS, of North Hero, for his Discharge and
Certificate, as a Bankrupt, at tho Court House, in
Windsor, in said DNlrict, on Wednesday, the 21lh
davofMav,A.D.1843,nl 10A M.
GUV SPENCER, of Burlington, for hi Di-eharge
and Certificate, n a Bankrupt, nt the Court House
in Windsor, in said Di.trict, on Wednesday, the
21th day of May, A. D. 1843, at 10 A. M.
GLOHGE WRIGHT, of Colcheter, for bis Discharge
nnd Certificate, a a Bankrupt, nt ihe Court IIoilo,
in Windsor, in said Di-lricl, en Wedno-dny, the
2 llh day of Mnv, A. I). 1813, nt 10 A. M.
DANIEL II. TUCKER, of Huntington, for his Dis
charge nnd Certificate, as a Hankrupt, nt the Court
House, in Wind. or, in said di.trict, on Wcelnosday,
theSllh day of-May , A. D. 1843, nt 10 A. M.
LEVI BROWN, of Burlington, for hi. Di.ohar-'eand
Certificate, a a Bankrupt, at tho Court House, in
Wind.or, in said Di.trict, on Wednesday, llie 21lb
day ofMay, A.D. 1813, at 10 A. M.
PECK & SPEAR,
wholesale dealers in
English, French, India and American
Also, DRUGGIST'S GLASS WARE.
AMERICAN II DTLiL.
AND GENERA L S TA GE HO USE,
II Y S. W. TAYLOR,
CocnT Hocsn Sqcace, Bciilisctos, Vt. 26tf
M. G, RATIIBUN,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
(Nearly opposito the Bank,)
Church St. 32 tf BcnusoTOs;, Vt.
C. BENNS jr. & Co.
(2u! Door South of the lianlc, Church street.)
EVERY VARIETY OF CLOTH itTRIMMINGS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Cutting done in the most approved style and
Burlington, November, 1312. 2Ctf.
IIAGAR & ARTHUR,
ARE now receiving new
COACH AND SHELF
DRUGS & MEDICINES'
PAINTS, OILS, VAR.
KISIIES, &c. &c.
Burlington, Vt, )
llth Nov. 1312.$
AL.IIANY AND llOSTON It AIL ROAD'
Fare through to Itostoti 80.
Moruine train through to Bo-tun leaves tireenbtish
at before 7 o'clock, elaily,Sunday's,cxcepted-arriveS
IlreaKlast at Chatham.
Tho aficrnonn train to Springfield only, leaves
Grecnbiish at i before 1 o'clock.
Pacngers can leave bpringnem nt b A. .'" and
arrive in lioston ai Mj a.m.
Fassenger.smiist leave Aioany at oj or jsj g'oiock,
and not later to insure a na-saee.
Fon NEW-Yonic via llAimonD Axn New-Haven
Passenger. leaving Grecnbiish I before 7 A. M.
lake stage at Snnnglield at lit M. reach Hartford
at 4 P. M. nnd New Haven nt 7 P. M. lodge leave
New Haven by steamboat at 8 A. M.,and arrive in
New-York at 2 r. 31.
Passengers may also leave Greenbush nt Ilcforel
P. M., reach Springfield C), thence by stage at Si lo
llarlfonl Inilgi- leave llarilord at CJ next morning
in ears for New Haven, nnd thence by steamboat, or
riving in New York at 2 P. M.
F.ue through to New York SO.
For Nuvv York, by Ihe Hcusatonic Rail-road.
A tram of cars will leave Gre-cnbii.h daily, (Sun.
day exempted) at 5J P. M., reach Bridgeport at 2J
A. M., take boat at 7, and reac h New York at 11 a.m.
I'.is-ciiKcra must bent South Ferry 111 Albunynt
51 P. M.
Freight traiiporlcd daily by this line between Alba
ny and New York nt rales from $9 to $10 per ton.
Flour in lots of 500 barrels nl60e. per barrel, and for
any less tpiantity COe. per barrel.
Passengers must procure tickets before Inking Cars.
Tickets can be obtained in Allniiyat G, It. Payne's
officv, 2J Broadway, or at Ticket Oilico in Depot at
A Freight I'rain will leave Greenbush daily (Sun
day' excepted) for Boston at 5 A. M,
Every information will bo given at ihe office in
the Depot at Greenbush. De-cemlr lft 1812.
Master of 'I 'insportntion.
French prepared Mustard and
Fresh Citron, (ncw fruit) just received by Jacob's
Eiprces, and which ia ollcred for sale at the German
Store. OSTHE1M & MICHOLLS.
1AP. Medium, and Deinv Ledgers 1 Journalr. Dav
Books, Record, and a geneaal assortment ol half
nounii Plan, uoont, aims 01a inu untuirs.
40 il. J. SilUMWAY, Agint.
PATENT PLATFORM SCALES.
THIS articlois too well known to need commen
elation nnd the experience of seven years has
demonstrated to tho commercial community, that
for nccurncy, convenience nnd durability, they aro
unrivalled Coal vnrd scales to wciah from 3 lo G
tons. Dormant Warehouse do, to weigh from 1-2 lb.
tnfiOOOIhs., Porlnblo do. to weigh from 1-2 oz. to
200 lbs. I'ortnbleCountcr do a now article to weigh
from 1-2 oz. to 40 lbs.
J. & J. II. Peck fc Co. Agents.
Burlington, April 8 1311.
Prepared by the subscril cr, and
sold Whole.nle nnd Retail nt
the Drug Warehouse of II. A.
F.ihnesloek & Cel., Pitt. burgh,
THIS preparation hn now stool the lct of nevcral
j ears' trial, and i. confidently rernmmendeil n. i, sale
nnd e:leclual medicine for expelling worms from the
system. The unexampled suce c-s which hai attend
ed its administration in every case where llie patient
wni really nfllicleil with worm., certainty renders il
worthy the attention of physician.
Tho proprietor lm maele it a point lon.scrlnin the
renlt of it. use in such ease, an came within his
knowleilsennd observation and he invariably found
it tonroeluce the most salutary ellecti not unfrcquent
ly after nenrly all the ordinary prepaiation. recom
inendeil for wonnliail I een previously resorte-d to
without any permanent ndvantnge. The diet is at
tested by the certificate, nnd statement, of hundieds
of rc.pce'tahlc person in ihllercnt part oflbe country,
nnd should induce fainilic. nlways to keep a plnnl ol
the preparation in their, possession. It is mild in its
operation, nnd may bo administered with perfect safe
ty to the most dedicate infant.
The Genuine Vermifuge is now put in one ounce
phial', with thi. impression upon the gln, " FAH
NESTOCK'S VERMIFUGE," nnd the directions
accompanying each vial have the signature of the
proprietor; nny medicine put up in plain oune'c vials
nnd the signature ol which eloc not correspond with
the above deenption, i. not my Genuine Veriiiiluge.
The subscriber deems it hi. duty to use the nhove
precautions in orelcr to cunrd the public niainst mis
taking other worm preparations for bis deservedly
Thi. medicine has been known but a short time in
Ilurlington, but through the wester State, it has been
the mo-l norular nnd efficient worm remedy for a ne-
riod of nearly 15 years Icing used in the praclie-o of
in mo bananas wnere ii lias i.een Known I lit nlioui
two year, the sale, have been very great, I cing about
500 gro.. The Surge-on. of Her Mii'c.tvV troop..
nud local physicians make constant use of it in their
CAUTIOS. There is an article called "Kolm
stock's Vermifuge" lately put in circulation by the
house ot uoinstocic uo., ot rsew i ork, winch is re
presented as being the "same a Fnhnestocl;." Thi
is not the case, lor Kolm.tock's i. a ba-e rinitation
preserving none ot the virtue, of our excellent meili
cine. 1 he only security lo tlio public i. to enquire
particularly tor Ii. A. rahnctloci.'s Vermifuge, nnd
avoiel all other articles bearing similar names.
r or sale, singly or per dozen, liy
PUCK .V SPEAR,
Manufacturing Druggists, and vendors of all Gen
uine I'atent .wcuicincs.
Burlington, Vt., Jan 18, 1812. 4m31
PECK & SI'EAR,
AGENTS FOR SHERMAN'S I.OZKNGES.
CHILDREN CRY FOR TJIJJM!
"1ROWN PEOPLE say they are tho p'oa-ante-i
mm mo-t e lective me.iieine in use. i-.normou
nuaniiiic.. are -old, and every body like, them.
oiir.ioi.AS vvuK.il LU.Kilil-.S have saved
the live of ihon-nnd-.
SHERMAN'S CAMPHOR LOZENGES nre real
antidoie. lo headache, palpitation, sea-siekne-sJow-
nes cf spirits and despondency ur thecileci of dis
sipation. POOIt MAN'S PLASrrER?l,crman'wemcnn-co-ts
12J cents, an 1 i.iertaiu to eire llicuiiuli-ni,
lumiiago, pain or weakness 111 tne tneasi, side or
back1, al-o pile-.
SOItE NlPPLIS Positively cured by Sherman's
Papillary Oil, vvilhoul taking the child from ihe I re.-l.
Dr. Sherman de-irts iiartic.-til.irtv ib.it nui-eha.ei.s
should be c.iiefiil that they get the genuine Sherman's
uozenge. nun ria.iers, 11. lie cannot I e nccounlntilc
for the worthies articles that may otherwise be
palmed upon them.
Likevise nil Gr.NerNr. PATENT MEDICINES.
PF.lt FUMES, SOAPS. INKS, BLACKING",
MEDICAL WINES and LIQUORS, pure,; STU
PECK et SPEAR.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
House and Store To Let.
Neat nnd Convenient House, out
building-, and small garden, Also,
a convenient Sioni:, in ns good stiuatiou
ns nny other in Church street.
Both or either of the above tenements
to be let for one or more years, and possession given
the first day of May next.
February 2, IS 13. 30
THE undersigned having 1 ought out the entire
stock of BARNES ot KEELKR, leg leave to
inform the pudlie that tbi-y intend to eontiiiuu the
CABINirr and CHAIR MAKING BUSINESS, in
nil its branches, nt the old stand of Bams and Kecler.
The public generally, nnd the e'ltizcns of Burlinglon
ill particular, aie requested to call and examine their
work and their prices. They will sell any nrticle in
their line cheaper than can ho bought in this market.
A. & G. F. BARNES.
Ilurlington, Feb. 10, 1813.
TIIC Books nnd papers ot tin under-igneil will 1 c
kept for Ihe present at the shop heretofore occupied
by them , they rdiucl all pcr-ons indebted to call and
pay immediately, or they will In under the necessity of
leaving uieir uenianus lor collection.
All persons having claims ngnio-t the subscribers
nre respectfully re pie. tel to present tliein fur adju.t
mew, as they nre tlciermme.) to bring till their busi
ness to nclose as soon astiossjhle.
BARNES if. KEELKR.
Burlinglon, Feb. 10, IS 13.
AROMATIC AND HEADACHE
THIS Snuil'is superior In any ihingjct known,
for removing that lrouble.omedi.ea.e-, the Ca
tarrh, and also a cold in the bead, nml headache. I
open nnd purge out nil obstructions, strengthens
the gUiid. and gives a hcahhy nction to the parts
nllecteil. It is perfectly Irce from nny thing deleteri
ous 111 its composition has a pleasant flavor, and its
immediate eilcet after Icing Used, is agreeable.
Price 371 ct-. per I otlle.
Each bottle contains about three times therpiantiiy
oflbe several kind of Catarrh Snuli; now selling at
a lower price-, nnd is therefore cheaper, ns well ns
belter than nny thing of the kind 111 irurkei.
THESE Pdlacontaiii no Calomel, but nrecompo
edcnlirely of Vegetable substances, and have in
their composition a large portion of the pure extract
ol that highly medicinal article, the Tomato Plant,
constituting tliein essenlinlly,
The proprietor feels a conhdence in recommending
them ns superior to most, and inferior to none of the
Pills which are making so much nui-e 11 1 ihc present
day. as a purifier of 1 lie blood, n corrector of a bilious
or dyspeptic state nnd habit, or as a common cathartic.
He assures the piillio that they have the cordial and
dacide-d approbation of physicians ol the highest res
pectability, who use them 111 their practice.
Sold by the Proprietor, CHARLES BOWEN, Mid
el lebury,Vt, Wm. C. Stimpson nnd Reed, Edward
Brinly, Messrs. Lewis, lioston Iloadley Phelps ii
Co., A. B. & D. SANDS, and others in New York :
PECK & SPEAR and HAGAK 4c ARTHUR, Bur
lington, Pr, and by Druggists generally throughout
the United Slate, and Canada.
February 23, 1843. lyM
I?OR COI'GHS, I'OLDH, ASTHMA or PHTHIS
IC, CONSUMPTION, WHOOPING COEUH,
nnd nil Pulmonary Affection nnd Dieasei of the
Lungs, tbl is believed lo I c lbe lnot popular &.clli
enciou Medicine ever known in America, for proof id
which, we would refer lo thoe who have used il, nnd
lothe numerous certificate, of I'hy.iciaii nnd others
ntlnchcd to the inside wrapper of each bottle.
ur. Ainnry minims, ol l-ranklin,Ins. write, that
alter having prescribed the usual remedies without
relief, nnd having consulted with several eminent
physicians, he ha found the Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam to have had the de-drcil elect, and recommends
il ns a safe, convenient nnd cllirncinu medicine.
Dr. Thomas Brown, of Concord, N. IL, writes that
to hi knowledge, it hn never disnppointcd Ihc rea
sonable cxneclations of those who havemed it.
Tho public are particularly cautioned againt the
many Counterfeits or imitations which hnvc partial
ly, ir wiiony nxMiineu ine naineoiitie genuine nrticle.
ICP'He nureil that it i not genuine tinle one
or boili of Ihe written signature of SAMPSON
REED or WM.JON'N CUTLER, nre found attached
ton yellow lalel on a blue envelope. (All label, of
ami alter the date ol Dec. IB3D, will have the written
signature of Win. Jon'n Cutler. Prepared by
RKI.D, WING & Cl'TLER, (late Low &. Heed,')
Wholesale Druggist, 54 Chatham .(., Bo.ion, and
sold by Druggi-t, Apolhecnric and country mer
chants generally. Price 50 cenls.
riiUK SL'EAU, Agents.
Hurlington, Dec. 1, IS42. ly.
Water street, at the hcaJnf the Stcamhoal Wharf
BY MOSES L. I1AIIT.
THIS establishment, so lavornbly located for the
accommodation of the bu-ne-s nnd travelling
community, t now open tothe public. ro-tCoache.
upon ine various route call a lie r.xehange llote
for passenger., nnd those nrriving or departing hr
Steam Boat, in which ease their baggage i removed
without charge, will lind this house peculiarly tothcir
The keener teneier hi service. Willi the a.snrnnec.
inai in an respect, ine uou snail deserve the tavor
able consideration of all who may patronise il.
Duriiiiuui, rtprn i, io-i. 'UU.
MAtlXETIC ODONTIC A.
THE TEETH ! THE TEETH ! !
The Incomparable Tooth Preparation.
THE fai l i proved, nnd ihe lno-t lncredulou and
doubting are fully convinced of it great utility,
ns we have the evidence fronilbe sale ol ' about 23 -OOO
boxes of the OJontirn, within the past year. Il
is asccriaineil Irom experience, that when u-cd, the
teeth will never elecny, but remain til! tlielatct age
ol man, with their natural wear ; and more iniliou-
.nnds ofea.es, nervou lootbaelie, (that climax of
pain) nasai one'? occn c.iectuaiiy cured liy tin mo.t
jiopnlar dentriliee in America. And in conclusion,
where, or who the young lady or geulleman, nye,
the individual that value- a beautiful -el oflceib, sound
gum., and a sweet breath more than lifly cents, that
will be longer iHsiuuteora box of Dr JI. Hitch, ocl,
HAIR I HAIR!!
UAIiDNESS. Important Discovery the Great
iiiisicrt jonnu out at last.
DR. STERRY'S HAIR REGENERATOR. Dr.
Stcrry, after much alien I ion to ihe important
subject or preserving the hair, has after many experi
ments clicniicalnnuphysical, been able to discover an
article which is now ollcred with tho greatest confi
dence for the toilette, ns the best tiling ever discover
ed, for its softening nnd penetrating quality, to pro
duce a good head of hair to prevent it from falling
off when laldncss is apprehended to restore it when
baldness has taken place, and to prev ent it from turn
ing gray. It is more nourishing than pomatum, an
tique oil, or Cologne water. It is a beautiful article
for ladies' curls it makes the hair soft and lively,
and produces uncommon brilliancy. Thousandshave
tested its superior virtues and excellence, nnd in eve
ry instance it stands unrivalled. It is an infallible
cure in all affections of the skin on the head as dan
drub", etc &c. Every family should be supplied with
a bottle of this nil, that by its application lo tlio head
and hair of children, the beautiful and ornamcntalap
pendnge of a fine head of hair, with which nature has
supplied us, may be preserved.
ICrL. nnit at this
llnvc vou n C-ouzli t
ryfx nf)f DIE OF CONSUMPTION every
I VJjUUVy year in tho United States, and mil
lions sillier from troublesome coughs and colds, thai
can bo cured by Dr. M. Hitchcock's -'ege table Cream
Cough Drop-, a safe medical prescription, contain
ing no poisonous drugs, nnd used in nn extensive
practice for several years will most postively all'ord
relief, and save you from that awful disease, pulmon
ary consumption, which sweeps into thegrnvc hun
dreds of the young, the old, thoorey and the gay.
Havo vou a cough? Bo persuaded to purchase a
bottle of the Cough Drops to-day 7 To-morrow may
be too late. Price 50 cents per bottle.
WORMS! WO II MS!
DR. M.IinrilCOCK'S unrivalled and unequal
led Worm Tea, a sovereign iciiiedy for Worms.
This invaluable medicine has been tested by the ex
perience of more than len years ti-e, and administered
to mora thin 18,000 person- of various ancs, ami
not one solitary complaint ; for in no ono of the thou
sands of instances, where it has been used agreeable
lothe printed direction, has it ever failed.
N. II. Ask for Dr. M. Hitchcock's Worm Tea, as
there arc many nostrums abroad for the destruction
SNUFF-nnly Twenty-five Cents.
DU. 31. HITCHCOCK'S ncvvlyinventd SNUFF,
(ho best article ever discovered by scientific
men, in F.utope or America, for the cureand absolute
relief of Catarrh, Dizziness of tho Head, Weak Eyes,
Nervous Headache, Fallen .sickncs, Fits, and In
fants troubled with Smttllcs, partial shocks of Pal-
Dr. Evans' Itcaiitlfylug Lotion.
HIGHLY esteemed fur curing nil Eruptions,
Coarseness, Redness, nnd Pimples on the Face,
Neck or hands.nnd effectually clcaninglhccoinplex
ionnnd removing all diseases of llie skin.
Nothing contributes so much to our general suc
cess in life, ns anengaging firstappcarancc. The Lo
tion is admired as a most fragrant, mild, safe wa-h,
and greatly esteemed for its virtues in cleansing, soft
ening, and purifying the skin of all eruptions, so inju
rious tofemalo beauty, and restoring it to a high de
A tieautiful nnd healthful complexion is the pride of
all who possess it, and the envy of those who arc de
prived of it.
A good appearance is the best recommendation j
and ns the Beautifying Lotion purifies the skin, ond
removes all Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Sunburn, and
Redness, and produces a beautiful hue, il is ihc only
cosinelic a lady should usent her toilette.
Gentlemen will nlso find this a delightful remedy
to remove all Roughness, Pimples.Ringvvorms. Spots,
Redness, Soreness of the face and nose, and every
kind of eruption on llicsiirfaco of thchuinan body.
It is particularly recommended to gentlemen 10 be
used after shaving, as it will prevent thu otherwise
certain effect of "nil common soap, in turning the
beard prematurely grey.
For sale wholesale and retail, by FostEn & Dick
inson, solo Proprietors nnd Successors to A. Hitch
cock efc Co., 117 Gcneseo Street, Ulica, N. Y. ; in
Georgia, by L. Jnnesi Milton Falls, by Barren it
Sawyer t Johnson, by G.L. Warncr&Co.i Burling
ton, and by
PECK &. SPEAR.
Manufacturing Druggists, and Venders of
Genuine Patent .Medicines.
The subscribers nre pontine
ally supplied with EVERY
ARIICLE in the above branch, both of theOilie-innl
and Patent kind: Medieinal waters from Saratoga 1
do. from Caledonia, Lnnndj j Medical Wines and
Liquor., (pure) Lc-ethesj Surgical Instrument ('Min
eral Teeth, &c. Prescriptions put up at shortest
C?s?Aop open at all hours.
PECK et SPEJ
Burlmgtnn, l eh. 1,1813.
340 BBLS. Superfine, flour of superior
brand-, bv STRONGS.
Nov, 15. n25
lOOO BUSHELS Course Western Salt,
500 do Turk Island elo
500 do s,i Ules do
150 Bbls Western fine do
40 Sacks Liverpool blown do
CO Sacks Western fine do
G Cases Salt in loavc for table use, by
Nov. 12. STRONGS.
CASH PAID for FLAX SE12D.
LINSEED OIL and OIL MEAL for sale by
STILES & MeELltOY.
At the Oil Mill at the Falls.
Burlington, Nov. t, 1842. 23,ly
YOKE of WORKING CATTLE 5 jeara old.
March 4, 184J. II. W. CATLIN.
PERU IRON COMPANY.
HAVE, nnd will constantly keep in deposite with
their Agents nt Builington. t., Peru munufsc
turcd Nails and Iron, of tho following description!,
to wit t
3d, 4d, r.d, Cd,8d, lOd, 12d,2nd,21d, 30d, 40d, 50d,60i
Sl'lKliS.-i inch, 4 1-2, 5, 5 1-2, nnd 6.
i- i.ianiiu j-i,.b. UU, 8d, lUel, I2d, manui
tilted specially for finishing nice wotk.
FLOOR SAILS.-U, 20d, and 21d.
IWt'SI) ?O.V,-3-8.7-ir,. 1-2. O-IC, 6-8, 11-18
3-4, 7-8, 1 inch, 1 1-P, 1 1. ), 1 3-8, 1 1-2, 15-3
, iiisii, 11, 1, Oi ""0 J
SriVAIlli WO.V.-3.8, 71G, 1-2, 9-lG, 6-8, 11-18
3-4, 7-8, 1, I 1-8, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, 2, 2 1-2 inches.
BAND lllOS;- 1.4 1 1-2, 1 3-4, 2, 2 1-4, 2 I-t
)!, o. o i-i, h, o men.
TltlU WOiV.-l 1.4 1 1.2, 1 3-4. 2 wide, and from
1,1 O'O IIIICK,
ItOItSn SHOE IRON, vnriou. sizes.
IIAMK AND SCROLL IRON. do. do.
MARHLV SAW t'l.ATliS. cut lo order
The Peru Iron Co. manufacture their goods at Clin
tonvd!e,N. Y. from Iron of their own make. They
intend to keep in the baud, cf their agent a more fuf
ami complete assortment Ihancan be found in the
Slate. It is believed that Ike goods from this estab
lishment nre better manufactured, than those from
any other in its vicinity.
Purchasers arc repcctfully solicited to inspect tho
Goexls ofthi. Co. Prices a- low and terms as laror-able-,
as can Icoblained inthcStnte.
T. t . &. W. I.. Hniu.G, Agents.
Aug. 25th, 1812.
THE subscribers having opened a Paint Shop in
the buildimr one door South nf Bishnn'a ffntpl.
would respectfully inform their friends nnd the pub
lic that they nre prepared to execute all kinds of
House, Carriage and Sign Painting,
Gliding, Glazing, and
in the ncalest possible manner, and hope by sin'et
personal nueniion io uusincss io receive a share o
the public patronage.
n. u.srAL i.uiNG,
,. S. II. RUSSELL.
Burlington, April 29, 18d2. 471ft
Lile! Lite!! Life! !
Jonathan Moore's ESSENCE Of LIFE. Th
most highly esteemed Medicine thai lias rttr
been discovered for curing Coughs, Colds, Asthmar.
nnd CONSU.MPIIONS. It willnUo remove the
Whoopina-Cough in one week. Prepared bv Hm
ur Sr.TMovn. from the original receipt, by the direc
tion of aid Moore.
I or sale whole-ale, by PECK & SPEAR, Burlin
ton, and at retail, by the principal Druggists in
Order directed to Henry Seymour, Hadlcy, Mat
will receive prompt nueniion, and nny tpiantity
Medicine immediately furnished.
Caution A there i much of the spurious arti
cle for rale, Cy c particular to enquire for that pre
pared by Henry Seymour, Hndlcy, Massachusetts.
ANTI -SPASMODIC EMMENAGOGUE
S)r jprtn.iir jLiroulntov.
For Irregular and Painful Menstruation, and
for the Sujipression or Retention of the Menses
WHENEVER any of the organ of the human
frame cease or refuse to perform their Mlice,
the -ced. cf disease are sown, ol which the harvest
is death, unless, ,y timely nttention the obstruc
tions nre removed nud nature i thereby restored to
her wonted nction. Through cnrele-sne-s and ne
glect thousands of female, in this northern climate
have goneilown 10 nu early grave of Consumption,
a tli-case that with females i invariably promoted by,
nnd in most ea-cs hn. 11. origin in a derangement of
tho.p organ upon which the Emmenacocue is es
pecially designed lo act, most, if not 0 of whom
might have lecn saved by a timely resort to this
VERBAL TESTIMON Y-the best that can be offer
ed in proof of its efficacy, may be found in every
neighborhood where the Emmenecohue has been
c-iiiiitmiMiii .nt uremic: cv kii .u.iuuiu jjuivin s eurec
lion. Jt is lircnart-d in wine, nnd lhonh nowerful
ln.. i l.r, i rnnln n. -kn.,, O 1.C1 P-Ia
ij eis. i ui.eraioi-couni win 1 e mauc 10 riiysicians,
who u-cit in llieir oractice. nnd to itcr.ons who nur-
---j j - 1 '
oy j'KUlv ev. si'f.AK, Agents.
Dec. 22, 1812. 30
A LARGE and well selected assortment, consist
ingof GitV, Mahogany and Gilt. AIohoganv.cmd
Fancy framed Looking Glasses, fnr :. n, rrrtl..
reduced price, nt the Hardware Store, Corner' of
Church nnd College Sis., by IIAGAR tt ARTH,tTR-
fVTOCK OF HARDWARE FOlt SALE.
i'iii..-.L uocJieini',ii, Having determine"! to leave
Builinglon in the -i.rniL-. oiler. f,,r ml., fn.
cash, hi enure stock of HARDWARE, nt Ihc invoice
-'siw imi, mining iiicreunio iwn per cent. lor
expense of transportation. A Ins slock 1 entirely
new, and cell selected, (for proof of which he would
refer lonny Hardware- nierehanl) and wn purchased
previous to the pas-age of the new Tnrilf Bill, ha
think it won d be impossible for any person who
wi-bcil lo engage in tbebusine-s-, todo so under mora
lavoral le circum-tnticcs. WM. J. HUNT.
Strong's Building, Dec. 30, 18-12. 3
Commodious s'rONE HOUSEat presentocen-
pied by Dn. Ili.-.r.ci.r.c.
For terms apply at tho
Burlington, Sept. 13, 142.
I TON White Lead in Oil, 2 do dry do. warrnntnl
equal in qunliiy In any inniinf e-lured i
: in the
United State- price unusually low
s,OV. iCi, ISJg,
Tin Plate &c,
SO Boxes Tin Plate,
25 Bill. Russia ami English Sheet Iron, assorted
no-; AO Bdl.. Iron Wire assorted, Scent Sheet Cop
per, 'finned and black rivets, Wire Vellum, Brass
Nov. 17. IBI2.
A f Hhds. St. Croix, Porto Rico and New Orlesm
10 Ton Lump and Double Refined Loaf Sugar,
5 bbla. Crushed nnd Powdered do do
C hhds Porto K'co .Molasses,
10 bbls. New Orleans do
40 Chests Hyson, Hyson Skin, Young Hyion
nnd Pouchong Teas.
2 tons Salcratus,
25 kegs ond boxes Plug, Cavendish and Shetp
1 barrel Lorillartt's Maccaboy Snuff,
13 bbls Smoking nnd fine cut Chewing Tobacco
50 boxes Bunch Raisins,
30 bags old Java, Gran Java, Rio, and Lagvira
6 do Pepper and Pimento. Also, Starch, Cin
namon, Nutmegs, Cloves, Pipes, Bur Lamp, Sperm
Candle, Ginger, Cod Fish, Mackerel, Salmon, tic.
With the above, nnd ninny other Goods, we wish
to buy money, and ofil-r more for it than is usually
paid injihis vicinity. Purchasers arc respectfully in.
Nov. 17, 1S12. 25
THIS'knownnnd unparalleled remedy for Coughs
InJluenTo, Colds, Asthma, Spitting of Blood.
II hooping Ctugh, Irritation and diseased state of
the Lungs, nail Consumption. For sale by
PECK & SPEAR, Druggist
grit Agenis for Burlington ami iu vSgnitr.
Or. Hull's Utero Abdominal
Tils! T .
"V," '"""""eni ior ihe radical
cure of Prolapsus Uteri, or falling of
itheWomb, bv. external application,
'lrcr'",inS lhu "e oflbe objeciioa'
able Pessary, is confidently recom-
inciiueci in me aunciecl a the means
Ot oerfeel reslnrnim.. nl...,.i.
er having failed ol pertorming a cure, even uuder the
most aggravated cireumsiance.
The Supporter hat attained a very high character
in Europe as well as in this country. It is adopted to
iheentire clisiise of pessaries, audall other painfiil sur
gical cxpedieiils.m the Lying-m Hospilalsof London
anel 1 arts, and is universally recommended in Europe
by medical men ol ibe highest rank. In this country
5-1? t,',,,all,ed by Ihe leading memtrs ol the faculties
r Colleges and Hospitals, and by all the eminent nti
ate practitioners. '
PECK & SPEAR,
At which place may also be had, Hcu'a MAam'a and
Twitchlil':heIiNIA TRUSS, lor 1 upturn in the
Male Person, from the infant to the adult.
JCPThese and ihe above for sale singly or by the
oien. On AaneJ tonstantly a rood assortment ej
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