Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, July 8, 1836, Page 3

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated July 8, 1836 Page 3
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Wanted 2000 yds. home manufactured white flannels, (or which a good price in Good will be paid by D. VV. INGERSOLL& CO. July 1030. Wanted. THE subscribers will pay thn highest market price in Goodi for 10 Tons rood Butter, delivered nt their store D. V. INGERSOLL & CO. July 1036. Wanted 2000 pairs Wool Socks, want ed, for which a fair price in Goods will bo paid by D. W. INGERSOLL & CO. June 183G. Wool. THE subscriber will pay hnlf cash for Sheared Lambs Wool. Customers are requested to forward their wool without delay. WM. I. SEYMOUR. Burlington, July 7, 1030 3w Pigeons and other game being nlcnty. wo would inform sportsmen that ' . r r. , t ..,., t I wo haven nne cngiisu uouuiu umrui onm Gun for sale, also Shot Bags, Powder Flasks, Powder Horns, Percussion caps, and Powder, Flints, priming wire and brush, es, at the Vorioty Shop. " July 7. ' Panobobn & BntMSMAin, Dr. B. J. Heineberg RESPECTFULLY informs the inliab 'Hants ofBurlinglnn and Vicinity that he has opened an Apothecary Shop in Church-street, two doors south of the Bank of Burlington, where, under tho care of a regular and experienced German A pothecary (whom Dr. H. has lately engag ed) Doctors' prescriptions will be attended to at all hours; and where simple and compound medicines may be had in all pos. Bible varieties. In addition to this, Dr. H. has also on hand a clinic? selection of per fumeries, which he will sell at reasonable pricrB. Burlington, July 0, 1030. Soda, Seidlilz, and Lemonade Powders, prepared and sold by Dr Heine berg, at his apothecary shop, Church St. July 0, 1830. 1836. Summer Arrangement. On Mondiy, the 4th of July, llio Franlin and Winooski will leavo Whitehall nnd Si. Johns, at TEN o'clock, A. M.J and will continue to leave at that hour until Monday the 5lh day of September, when they will again loavo the above mentioned places at ONE o'clock, P.M. the remainder of Hie season. FRANKLIN, Capl. RICHARD W. SHERMAN, Will leave Whitehall every and Si. Johns every Tuesday, Thursday Sf Jilonaay. Wednesday Sf Friday. Saturday. WINOOSKI, Capl. DAN Will leaye Whitehall every Monday, Wednesday Si Friday. LYON, and St. Johns every Tuesday, Thursday Sf Saturday. Going North Arrive at Essex at about A o'clock, P. M. ; Burlington at 0 ; Port Kent, at 7 ; Pittsburgh, at 9. Going South Arrive at Plaltsburgh at a boul3&. P. M.; Port Kent, at 5; 6; Essex, at 8. Burlington, July, 1 030. The Sick Man's Friend. Morison's Pills, Or the real genuine IlygeianUniversal Me dicine of the British College of Health, in packages of 1, 2, or 3 dollars, can be ob tained in this town, only of the regularly appointed Agent. As you value " health, which it life," see that you get the genuine Pills; they are signed S. Gage at present, (but will 60011 bo signed H. Fitch) State Agent, and A. Bnnsmaid, sub agent for Burlington, Vt. all others ore base coun terfeits. For the convenience of the pub lic, they will be, with the Powders end a Hyjreian Book, kept at tho Variety Shop. A. BRINSMAID. Agent for Burlington, Vt. July, 6. 1036. To the Farmers. WE have this summer, opened the best assortment of Block Tin and Britlan ia Ware wo have ever offered in the Vorio ty Shop, much better than wc had during the winter and spring. Wo have Tea Pots, of good quality and finish, and lower prices than ever before ; also plain and figured, very heavy and of fine quality. We have several different kinds of Tumblers, and Cups with handles; Pitchers of different sizes: 3 sizes of Sy ranges ; Spoons, extra fine tea and coffee Pots, lather Boxes, to bacco Boxes, soup Ladles, castor Stands, all made ofBrittania. Wo invite farmers and all others wishing such articles, to ex, amine them at the Variety Shop. Pangiiohn & BniNSMAio. July 6. 500 Spanish Leeches of a late importation, by J. & J. H. PECK & CO. July 6. Canada Money Bought by J. & J. II. PECK, and CO. June 34. Drugs &, Medicines. THE subscriber has just received from Now York and is now opening an cxlcnivo assortment, of Drugs end Medi clnes, which ho nflurs cheap for cash or short credit. Tho stock comprises many or the new French medicines and an assort ment of tho most approved genuine patent medicines. Pliysicinns and families may rely on his unwearried exertions to give satisfaction in this deportment. ROBERT MOODY. Burlington, June 25, 1830, corner of Church street and tho square. Birch &, Maple Lumber. QUANTITY ot Birch and soft Maple 4 inch Scantling wanted now, and will contract for 4000 feet to be delivered by the 20th September, a part cash paid; 3 by 3 1-2 stutTalways wanted in exchange for work. Also wanted, a boy 17 years old ns an apprentice to tho cabinet making bu siness ; a good boy will find a good chance if nnplied for soon. No other wanted. Furniture Ware Rooms near tho Court House. ABBOTT & PANGBORN. Burlington, June 20, 1030. July 1, 1836. 6 Cases French Prints, new patterns, now opening, by LATimop & Potwin. Crockery & Glass Ware Lemuel Curtis & Co. are now receiving their supply of Crockery and Glass Wore, Comprising Dining Setts, containing from 150 to 250 pieces. ALSO. Cut, Pressed and plain Glass Ware in oil its variety, where purchasers will find complete assortments and at rca. sonable prices. Burlington, June 23, 1030. Flour in Half Barrels. 50 just received and for sale by HlCKOK & CATLIN. June 23. William Weils Sf Co. vt. Safford Stevens. TTENDEN UO. Court, ) Mar rch Term, 1030. At the August term of Chittenden coun ty Court, A. D. 1835, William Wells of Burlington, and William W. Wells of Wo terbury. late partners in trade under the firm of William Wells & Co. commenced their action on note against SafiV d Stevens of Burlington, demsnding in damages two hundred dollars, which said action having been entered on the docker of (aid Court, the Plaintiffs oppcarcd by Hfnry Leaven worth, Esq. their attorney, and no formal notice having been made to the eaid Stevens, on motion of tho Plaintiff the said cause was by order of Court continued to the March Term of soid Court. A. D. 1030. when the plaintiffs appeared as aforesaid, and it having been shown to said Court, that the said Stevens was without this State, said cause was further continued to the Court to bo holden at Burlington nn last Tuesday savo one of August, A. D. 1030 and further ordered that the sub stance of the plaintiffV decla'rntion be pub lished three weeks successively in the Free Prest, printed nt Burlington, the last of which, shall bo thirty days before, tho ses sion of said Court, which shall be deemed sufficient notice. The said Stevens is thercforn hereby notified to appearand do fend said suit it he see fit. Given under my hand at Burlinglon, this 28th day of June A D- 1830. NATHAN B. HASWELL, Clerk. LOOK ! ONLY 2 1-2 cents per light for window Rnsh ivhnro AO ivinilnufl nrn Knlrl. nr 2 34 pnntR fur n Iraa nnmhpr ! WArrnntnd to bo equal if not superior to any manufac iurcu oy nana, tor sale ny me suoscrtDer, north side the Court-house Square. Burlington. May 10, 183G. Lint Seed Oil. 500 gallons of fresh quality, by T. F H W. L STRONG. June 10, 1030. Powder and Brooms. CC KEGS of Powder, 50 Dust Corn lKJKJ JJrooms, for sale bv June 10. J. Sf J. II. PECK St Co. Lyman & Cole, HAVE received their Summer Goods, comprising a very extensive assort ment ofcallicucs, a great variety of figure style and fabric from 12 to 02 cts per yard; cambrics, plain, check and plaid; mull and swiss muslins ; cross bar'd plaid and birds, eye do. gingham, checks, plaids &c. hos ierv. embroidered open work, and plain silk cotton do. Gloves, silk, kid, linen end Ber lin : Suspenders, India rubber, web and knit ; n general assortment of Silktt, inclu. ding rich, heavy, plain, black, blue black. gro de Swiss, gro de llliiiie nnd other Bilks; rich flg'd blue black do. belt ribbons to match; rich col'd gro do Naples, plain, fig'd and plaid: mix'd silk Camblets and Pongee; bluo black and printed Shnllys very rich ; black green and brown French Bombazine; Taffeta garniture, and cap ribbons; linen sheeting 4 4 to iu.4 wide; Irish linen; brown and black linen; table spreads, blchd and brown; birds eye napkins, linen damask; Russia Diaper and crash; Hamilton stripe, mixture and rouen Cossimere; bed tick, double and single width ; cotton drilling, brown and bleach'd ; cotton sheeting and shirting do. carpeting, floor cloths and flan nets; knitting cotton and thread. Gentlemen will find a great variety of Summer Cloths, including black, brown, and several shades of green Brochella, Princetta, Emminottc, London summer cloths, See. white and brown linen drilling. Broadcloths, black, blue, green and fancy colors; checkd, plaid and lancy striped do. Heavy black and blue black silk velvet for vesting; white Mersails, fancy do. fig'd silk and other vesting. Pedlars will find a large assortment of low pried catlicus; spool, skein and pound thread. One entire case of coat, vest and pantaloon buttons. Hooks and eyes, tun penders &c. Burlington, May 20. Stray Horse. C1AME Into the enclosure oflhe subscri t her some llmo tne first week in. June, a brown four year old gelding HORSE. with both hind feet white, and a star in the forehead. The owner Is requested to pay charges and take him away. HENRY HODGES. Richmond, June 27, 1030. Horses Strayed. STRAYED from tho subscriber about four weeks since, and when last heard from were in Fairfax or thereabouts, a span of Marcs one of them U nn Amn.irt.n ofa black color; the other French and of a mown color, with a while right hind foot, and a whito stripe in tho face. Tho mane On both falls on Ihn Ipft si. In nn alma. either excent one shoo on thn left h!ml rmt tif the American marc. Whoever will lake up the above mores or give information where they may be found, shall rcceivo a reasonable compensation. LEWIS ADAM. Burlington Falls, June 23, 1830. 3w Utility. THE public arc hereby informed that the subscriber has invented certain now and useful machinery for manufactur ing starch from potatoes, ond has applied for a patent to secure his right to the same; and that he is making said machinery at his s linn in Jcrico, in the state of Vermont. Tho object of said michincry Is mnrecrTec tuallv to separate the small stones and gravel from the potatoes in the process of washing and in the processor grinaing, io reduce the potatoes to a more perfect pulp, bv which a larger quantity of starch will be obtained than by thcusualmethod. Starch manufacturers arc invited in call and sec. SYLVANUS RICHARDSON. Jerico, June 30, 1830. Cotton Yarn. 1200 lbs. of Cotton Yarn, as sorted numbers, from 5 to 10 of the Man chester Manufacturing Company's make, by Lemuel Gurts k Co. June 24. Dye Stuffs. 4 ?"iBBLS. crnund Campeachy Log i.JJ wood, 100 do do Nicaragua. 100 do do Fustic. 50 do do camwood. 10 do do curcuma. 12 do do bar wood. 20 do do Madder. 25 do copperas. 15 do ollum. 15 do. blue vitriol. 35 carboys do nil. 2 lbs argol. 2 do cream tartar. 2 bales nut galls. 5 ccrnons Indigo. Clothiers' brush es, tent hooks, and press papers. J. Si J. H PECK &. CO. June 10. REMOVAL. CBENNS returns Ins thanks for the liberal patronage he has received for the last G years, and would inlorm the pub he that he has removed ncros the street opposite G. Moore's store, Pearl st. where he intends carrying on his business of TAILORING, and Clothes Cleawg; and having added verry much to his assorted stock, will sell cheap or exchange any kind ol clothing, etc. New and second hand clothes for sale. Two Sober men wanted. Thoe whose notes and accounts are duo will oblige by paying immediately. Burlington, June 10, 1830. Waddington Superfine Flour. QWWm fine! PW' 00 Barrels Fresh Fine. 40 do. do. Fine Middlings. Just received and for sale by JASON C. PEIRCE. St. Johns, May 9. 1830. CLOVER SEED, by J. H. PECK Sf CO. April 23, 1030 The Cheapest Cash Store, "TljEAflLY opposite S. E. Howards, and one J-' door norm ol Lemuel Curtis & Co, JOHW ABBOTT. of I lie laic firms r.f Abbotl, Wood fy Company, nnd Wood & Abholl, is now receiving from New York nn extensive nsiorlment or GOODS suitable Tor the season, which he offers at n small ndv.mrc from the cosl ; among which are superior black, blue, violet nnd invisible Green Dronilclollis: ri'.ih'd, slrip'd and plain Cagsiineres, silk Velvet ; blacK satin, uuiiiiiig nnrj .llersails Vesting, very superior ; u choice selection or worsted Linen nnd Cotton Goods, Tor gentlemens nnd bova summer wear, Irish Linen nnil Lawn, linen Diaper; table Linen, Mersailt toilet spreads; crash linen ami cotton satin Jeans; jaconelt Cambrics, cotded Skirls; furniture Dimily nnd fringe fig'd and plain scarf ; Mull, fine plaid nnd plain Jaconelt and Book Muslin, .fine linen lldkfs. nnd Cambrics; French Muslins, dark anil light, plaid, light fancy. lines; silk Velvet ; black and while silk Hosiery nnd Gloves, fine cotton, worsted, merino nnd linen gents', ladies' and childrens' Hosiery nnd Gloves; al.'o a large assortment of gent's and ladies' horse nnd goat (kin Gloves, Ladies' nnd Misses India Rubber Aprons of superior size and quality ; .ilk and French Gingham, gent's fine palm, lined nnd bound summer lints; ladies down nnd manilla grass sleeve ; Umbrellas, t'arasoli; gimp thread and blond Edgings; Lace;Quilli ig and Inserting: whits nnd ng'u rougee: uanaannas and lancy silk llilkls, fancy, plaid and Italian silk Cravats; sewing silk, cnatiy, i met ami merino shawls ; n rich assortment of sewing, plaid nnd fancy silk lldkfi; also n va. rielv of French vvoiKed lace and muslin Collars : green, black and white blond gauze Vales ; Silks; blk, Gro de swiss, Italian nnd Florentine ; col'd Florence: black, blue, green, purple, plaid and claret Gro de Maples : black, blue black, lead, cinnamon, maroon and green I'oul de soie ; ng d, white, pink und watered satin : green. India, blk. Florentine nnd surge: black, blue, pink, green and whito Crapes; Velvet, Gauze, fig'd Gto de Nap; plaid, col'd nnd blk Tafft,: Ribbons, fancy, plaid, watered and satin belt Ribbons, ladies travelliug Baskets, merini Bags and satchels, Tuscan imita tion, cup nnd collage crown, (ace and French Tus can, Also n variety of Misses Bonnets, GtOOEnZTS Sugars, Molosses, Teas of all kinds, first quality Coffee, Chocolate, salratns, Ginger, Cinnamon, spices, col'd epeim Candles, lamp Oil. &c. &c. The subscriber, grateful to his friends and the public for their patronage hitherln, would now so licit the continuance of ii, promising his best cxcr lions to give entire satisfaction. Burlington, May 27, 1836. Confectionary. STEWARTS celobrated Confectionary for Falo by LATHROP & POTWIN. May 57. t rencn, mm American rrints ; dark nnd light furniture Prints, French nnd American; plaid nnd siripe Gingham; blexcli'd nnd brown sheeting and shiitingx : I'oneees, fine French nnd Eng. ISombs. Bonnets. 1 Case Swiss and common Tuscan. 1 do fine English Slrnvv I do rich fig'd Satin, received this day by LiATIInOP Ol 1'OTWtN July 1. Oil-Silk Anrons. A' i X fpw new patterns ladies' and Idrens' Oil-silk Aprons, just received by childre LATimop Si Potwin. July 1. July 1, 1836. Case preserved Ginger, do do Citron, do West India Pepper Sauce, by LATimop & Potwin. Fancy Goods. The subscribers are receiving continually from New York, the most desir able patterns or every articlo in the Fancy Dry Goods line, which makes their stock at all times one of the best to bo found. We are now opening one case consisting of Silk, Sewing Silk, Chally and Blond wiuzc iiaiiHercniei ana ocaris, u loves, Hosiery, rich embroidered belts, silk nnd chally Aprons &c. Lathrop St. Potwin. July 1. Wines, &c. OLD Madeira, Sicily, Madrid, Lisbon, old Shcrrv. Mersailes. Madeira. rivopi Malaga. Muscat and real old Chatnpaignc a choice stock. ALSO Brandy, Rum, Gin of 1st nnd 2 quality at lowest prices, wholesale and retail. r. t: 6l W. L. STRONG. June 16, 1836. Bonnets. 4 cases,comprising Swiss,Lace, uiecian, i uscan ana raimeuo lionnets, by Limuei. Curtis & Co. June 24. POWDER 60 kegs Powder, assorted qual ities, at manufacturers prices. T. b & IF. L. STRONG. June 16. Dairy Salt 20 sacks Liverpool dairy Salt, for sale by HrcKOK & Catlin. June 23. Trout and other Fishing Rods in Canes, and Hooks, and an additional as sortment of Fire Works, just received at ine variety anop. Pancbobn & BniNSMAm. June 23. Salt. 3600 bushels Turks Island Salt, 100 Bags Dairy do. by J. & J. H. PECK cV CO. June 24. Liverpool Blown Salt. OH SACKS, just received by " v T. F. &. W. L. STRONG. June 14, 1836. Parasols ! 1 Case assorted col'd Parasols I do. Plaid do do just received by Lemuel Curtis & co. June 24. Fine Summer StocJcs, The Variety Sirop. TUST opened six doz. English hair cloth tr blocks; silk nnd bristle blocks, white. striped, green and black, striped blue, and black striped and plaid striped thin summer Slocks; some leather bound at top and but torn. These, with our covered and trim med Stocks, make the best assortment we ever had. Also stitched, corded and plain Collars and bosoms. Please call and look at them. Pangborn & Biunumaid. June 24. Boston Rum. 20 hhds. pure Boston Rum. 50 per cent above proof, on consignment. and for sale by the hhd. bbl nr rr&llnn. 7'. F. & W. L. STRONG. June 23. Nu mistake and just as I thought it would be. 1st June, 1836. REACTION AND GOODS AS CHEAP AS EVE. HOWARD of tho Cheap Cash Store, has just returned again from New York with rather an unusually large supply o; uoous, wntcn purcnase wis mioo at not only lower prices tha n what goods were nought tor a lew weeks since, but a great portion or them at much less prices than ever purchased at before, and will now sell at corresponding cheap prices to all who wish to buy goods for cash Not lime to enumerate articles at present, but can say, ihc assortment ol rich, lasnionabte, fancy and staplo Goods is unsurpassed by any other stock of Summer Goods he has ever before offered; and further, as his trade has so much increased, he will sell at retail to customers at wholesale prices. S. EARL HOWARD. WOOL CARDING and Cloth Dressing. TUB Machines at Hubbeli's Falls are now in operation for carding Rolls, and thoso who wish to have carding done can bo accommodated. Cloth Dressing will commence the first of August. Those rustomcrs of mine who live on the south cido of tho nvcr, can cross the Ferry with wool or Cloih, Toll Frcn. WANTED A young man acquainted with tho business. JOSHUA HAYNES. Etstx, June 6, 1830. Uw Lyman & Cole, Will pay cash for fleece Wool in clean merchantable order, delivered at their store In Burlington. July I. Leeches this day received and for sale at a small advanco, a qnantiiy of Spanish Leeches, fresh from Gibrallcr, in fine health and vigor, bv ROBERT MOODY, Juno 20, 1830. Rakes, Pitchforks, Scythes, Snathes, cradle Scythes, and Green's cole bratcd grain cradles, for sale at the Hard ware storo, corner of church street nnd tho square. ROBERT MOODY. Juno 28, IC3G. Butler's Effervescent Magne- sian Aperient for Dyspepsia or Indigcs lion, and highly valued as a mild and cool ing purgative, for sale bv ROBERT MOODY- Juno 28, 1836. The Genuine Swaims Pana cea; also Rowandr,and Grcon's celebrated. Tonic Mixture for Fever and Ague, this day received, and for sale at the Drug btore corner of church st. nnd thn square. ROBERT MOODY. June 25, 1836. Taints & Dye Stuffs, Linseed and Pure, summer and winter strained Sperm Oil, just received ond fnrsalo.low by Ii. MOOUY. iiurlington, 25th June, 1836. WOOL. THE subscribers will at all times pay Cash for Wool delivered at their Store on the Old Wharf. FOLLETTk BRADLEYS. Burlington, June 15, 1836. WOOL. CASH will at all times be paid for wool delivered at their store head of Pearl street and at their store South Hero II. HYDE & Co. Burlington. June 15, 1836. 2000 lbs. double refined loaf Sugar, equal in quality to the best English, for sale by FOLLETT &. BRADLEYS. June 24, 1836. 4m 75 doz. Blanchard Scythes. 20 dozen Horris, do. on consignment, and for sale by Fom.ett & Bradlevs. June 24, 1836. 8w 50 hhds. proof, pure Boston Rum, for sale on consignment, at Boston prices, by Foli.ett Sf Bradlevs. June 24,. 1836. 6m SCYTHES &c. erio7. Warners warranted Scythes, 30 do Sampson's patent Snathes. 50 boxes Indian pond Stones June 16. J. Sf J. H. PECK & Co. Jewelry. R. FITZGERALD invites all persons to call and examine his Summor slock of Jewelry &c. which he is now n pening and offers for sale r.ow for CASH, in Wainwright's building, Church-st. Burlington, June I, 1836. 6w ENTERTAINMENT. HlftHE subscriber respectfully FiTI inlorms his menus nnd the jliiJpublic t hat he has taken the house on the corner of Church and College streets, formerly occupied by S- Wainwright, and will use Ins best cn dcavors to render it acceptable as well to the traveller and man of business, as to thoso who want board in a central and business part of the town. Tho outbuild, ings connected with this establishment are well arranged, and in good repair snd the undersigned hopes, by prompt and unre mitted personal attention, to secure to ii the amount of patronage which its location ought to command. Connected with this establishment the subscriber will also keep n choice selection nf Groceries Teas, Sugars, Spices, Fish, Fruit, Confectionary, .Src which will be sold at tho lowest prices. JEREMIAH POTTER Burlington, May 27, 1836. N. B, All persons li.ivinj untitled nrcounl with the subscriber, connected with his former tin siness. nre earnestly tequesled 10 cull and adjust the same without del.iv. Short settlements m.iKe long friends, ns Poor Itichard says. J. P. For Spring and Summer. rwy HE subscribers have opened and arc now receiving a verv extensive ns sortmcnt of STAPLE AND FANCY for the Sprins and summer trado. comnris ing black, bluo, green, olive, brown, Adeliah, mixed and mulbring Brontl ciotns ; oiacK, oiuc, preen, drab and mixpd cassimeres; Padding, Duck Buckram'. Sil iscas; double and singlet oundations, icon book do.; Bonnet boards, wound wirr ginghams.calicoes, prints, French muslins. prtiitou mutiins, unaiieyctte, cambrics. Ja. chonnetts; book, Swiss, and muli Muslin R.l 1 : i , ... and bluo black colored India sowings. Am ug u, iuiucu mm uiain iiiusit s: u nek. n Inn do. black ass'd and brown linen thrpml. Clark, and Taylor's sup. sowing cotton, wniuuy tuuuu, wmie nnu mix a, wmie blk, ranuom mixeu, coraeu, clocked and open work, cotton and silk hosiery, horse skin, kid. silk, cotton and linen rlnvos. Fin.. .ml rnr.n :n. U.ll.r. . ...I . , . . "nut" Dim iiuhis , wniio Bno mam cotton and silk cravals. 3 4 5 & fi.4 bleach'd cotton. 3 4 5 & 6.4 brown dn. 4 &, 6.4 ticks; 3 4 6 7 & 8 4 blk, white, and red merino shawls. Leghorn and straw bonnets; French & Am. kid and moroccn slips and garter bunts ; walking shoes ; English and Am. Ingram, carpelings, straw do. Ribbons, Hdkfc, shawls Ac. rVc. for alc low, bv I). W. INGERSOL & (JO. Church st. Mivj 5. Hardware & Saddlery. Sign nf the PAD LOCK, corner of Church street nnd the Square, late Wood Sf Abbott. The subscriber is now receiving frnrn New York (nt tho old stand of Wnnd nnd Abbott the lnr gest and best assort- fll I M f It P rnvtf.nAVH and Saddlery ever offered to the piibhr. in tills place, which ho ia riot n small advanco from cost, for cash nr ap- pruvco crcaii. ROBERT MOODY. Burlington June 28, 1836. TAVERN STAND And Village Lots for Sale. THE Tavern Sland on llio west side of tho rlvcr in llio villaco ofKceseville, N. Y lalely occupiod by Rodman Btown, including near two actes of land and two good dwelling: houses, besides tho tavern llouso and out houses. Tho above property is situated in the corner mado by the great stato road run ning north, and the Port Kent and tho Hop. kinlon turnpike running west, and is well watered. Ono of iho dwelling housos is now at rent Tor SI 00 at $300, and the other dwelling house may """u. ui $uv or 95. The whola square will be sold together or In separate parts. But constituting as it docs an entire plat, consistinc of Fovcrul contiguous lots, in Iho most growing Village on the wost side of Lake Champlain, in llio vicinity of the Iron Lumbering, Flooring, and Woolen Manufac tories of tho Ausablo River, purchasers would do bost by securing Iho whole at onco ; as the proprietors can dispose of iho whole on terms very advantageous to purchasers. And upon receiving $1000 down, can give a credit for the residue. nrnno. iwi. ilirno r... and $1500 can remain upon interest any length oftime. Thoir price for the whole is $5000, and purchasers will find it for thoir in terest to examine the properly and enquire of u. uuuDiMjjiicu ineir otnee in Keeseville. 1 1" 1. 1 . . 1 1 1 1 ..... uu emu w, uo maoo positively before tho 19th of July next, at which lime the presenl lease of Iho Tavern Stand cxpites. Dated Juno 10th, 18.16. TOMMNRnv.k Ri,vtnvc Agents for E. K. & J. S. Bussing of New urn viiy. Juno 15th. 1836. ids JYcw Goods, As Cheap as the Cheapest and as good as the best the nimble sixpence 's belter than the slow Shilling. J. W. WEAVER Corner of Maine and Allnn Rtrnpi w;nA ski City, cheap 6tde, has returned from N. iur wiui aimost every article ot wet and Drv Goods. Groceries fnr fn.nilu nan. Al- SO calicoes. Ginrrlm (ns. t nrn hnlna a 1 1 nn pins Sheetings ; thick Boots ond Shoes ; Nuts; Lemons ; urnngce; congress Water and Provisions. Also a few barrels Pork. Colchester, June 16, 1836. Groceries. AK CHESTS hyson, hyson skin, young hyson, souchong ond pouchong Teas, 25 kegs and boxes plug and cavendish To bacco. 10 bbls and kegs Raisins. 30 boxes bunch and bloom Raisins. 6 hhds Molasief. 10 casks lump and loaf Sugars. 5 hhd brown Sugar. 3 tierces and 5 bbls Rice. 15 boxes barsnnp. 12 boxes Poland starch 5 boxes lemon Syrup. 15 bags CorTer, Pimento and Popper. 6 boxes Mustard. 10 boxes Pipes. 6 kegs puro Ginger. 20 bales Cassia. Nutmegs, Buds, dried Cur. rants. Herring, Cloves, Saleratis, Cigars, &c. &c. at wholesale or retail at lowest prices by T. F. &. W, L. STRONG. June 15, 1836. 50 barrels Mess Pork For sale bv FOLLETT & BRADLEYS. June 24, 1836. 6m Variety Shop, June 16, 1836. JUST lereitrd this day, 0 dozen Whiiewood, Cud Uskels nnd ruses, work boxes ami bask ets ; widi coloied prinn nml varnish, with full di. rrciioiis for Irnnsfeiring ; also ii h.ind a large lot of pictures for rransfcrrinf; dr.. Itereiied, lliisil.iy, ii lot nf beads; nne dozen bullies Atkinson's Depil. ntory for removing hair from I lie face, neck nr aims, williout injuiy to the 'kin ; on h mil Japanese l.olion fur removing freckles pimples nod all (nip. lions of the skin ; .lajjie l.anilioin; KiIps Persian sweet bng, a rich perfume put up in saiin Imz, for scenting ilraucis, uardiuhpM fee. nnj is an eHi-rnnl preventive ng.iinst nioitw; fir sale nt the Vatiety Shop, by IWNKHOKN & IIIIINS.UUI), Dealers in Perfumery, fyc. Ironmongery. ANVILS, Vices, cast nun Ploughs, hoi low Ware, waggon cart nnd carriage Boxes, pot ash and caldron Kettles, null Cranks, bark Mills, iron Wire, Stoves.mill Saws, cross cut do. Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Scythes, Iron, Nails, Steel Sic. &u. just received by r. F. Sf W. L. STRONG. June 16, 11)36. New Goods AT THE (JLASS-FACTOUY STOKE. JANES. SMITH & CO. havo jut re ceived from New York n large slock of Coodi, comprising n general assortment of DRYGOODS, GROCERIES. CHOCK. ERY, HARDWARE. PROriSIONS, Sec. which they olTor nl a small ndvanco for cash or country produce. Farmers who wish to exchange their produce for goods, will do well In give ih a call. Cash paid fnr lint I rr, Lheesr and hggs. W.M. A. BURNETT, Agent. Mav 19. WANTED JMMEDIATELY by the subscriber. Hot 10. Journeymen Masons, nt Slnne and Brick Isyini', In whom Cash and a fair price will bo paid, HAMULI. HLii-;i. Burlington, Msj -.'ii, ir.3fi. lift

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