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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 June 1839

.J, in m NOT T II U a J, O It Y CESAR BUT THE WELFARE O F ROME BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JUNES 7, A839. VOL. XII No. 624 O F THE SINNER IN HEAVEN. Ah in n solemn icierv, 'rom cnrili I p.ns'd mvny, And mounted on cihcri.il wings 'J'o climes of living day. One whom I lov'd sal on die tlirono Ilejoml coiicepiion f.iit, Which shone us if the fountain-head Of nature's light was llicrc. Anil there were beings bcnutifiil In nil lli.it rliiiiiiH ihn poti I , With golden harps, whose melting notes O'er the bright region stole. As I Raa'd on with rnpturcd eyes, I eit'.v one Mealing in, With auxiou-i, trembling step, like him Who bus committed sin. No bounteous robe? adorn'd the man, But fillhv raiment hung In rilled fr.icnients nn his form And speechlcsi was his tongue. He drew not near the throne of light, Hut cast 11 fen fid look At him u hose glory lit the throne, And then to flight betook. He saw the I rem of life, and ran To find a teller thein ; But there no hiding plnee he found The lig...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 June 1839

rOltEIfift NEWS. From llie N. Y. Commercial Adtcritfcr. The steam pocket Great Western, Cnpt. Hotkcn, arrived at the Quarantine on Ffi day night nt 11 o'clock, having received o t.llnt nl linlf nnst D oVIr.fL- Hlin mnitn llin run from Bristol in thirteen days and eight noun, naving mauo inc snnriesi western trip across t lie Atlantic that wc have on rccoru ..... ..... . . . I uytne ureal western wo nnvo l.on. nn nanort In the nvemnrr of t in I7i h nfMnv ' V i n - r. . . .1 ' I.nntlntl Prmrs liilrrnnt In llin ntnn iU n -Livernool naners to llm llri,. Liverpool papers tu the came, and Uris tol In the 18th, all inclusive. Wo had no expectation that the posses sion of tiffici and nownr bv ihp Torins would bo of long continuance but wc certainly did as liltllc expect that their en trance and their exit would both be inc'u dad within forty cicht hours. Such how ever, was tlio I'nr.l. On Tuesday the 7ih of May the Whigs resigned, as our renders know, and both houses adjourned to Friday. Th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 June 1839

f TOBACCO. f KEGS Plug Tobacco 40 Boxes Cavendish do 60 Packages Shcop do 2000 lbs. Leaf do do by J. k J. II. FECK & Co. Juno 7. SPERM OIL. GIs. Winter Sperm Oil 2000 do Fall do do 1500 do Refined do June 7. by J. & J, II. Peck & Co. Groceries. Chests Young Hyson Tea WW 75 do Hyson Skin do 20 Bags Pepper 20 do Pimento -10 do Coffees SO Boxes PipcB 100 do liar Soap 200 do Raisins 50 Kegs do 40 do Puro Ginger 400 Mats Cassia. St. Croix Ruin, Holland Gin. Sltrnelto Bmndy. Baltimoro Gin. American Brandy, Champagne, Brown and Palo Sherry, Madeira mm. I MHbAn!iin t Malaga Wines, by u..v muuuu, muituuia mauuira aim Juno 7. J. k J II. PECK & Co. Grindstones, June 7. bv J. & J. II. Peck Sl Co. Builington Voimont and Essex, Cylinder Glass, mado at the Chaniplain Glass Works, and vary much improved in quality compared Willi llio Into brands, Inrsalo by June 7. J & J. II. Peck & Co. Ag'ts, Crown Glass. R EDFORD,.Saranac and Clinton crown by J. & J. II. PECK i"c C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 June 1839

NEW AND IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. DR. PHELPS' COMPOUND TOMATO PILLS, ENTIRELY VEGETABLE. A NEW AND INVALUABLE MEDICINU l-'OK ALL DISEASES ARISING rnoM IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD, Morbid Secretions of (lie LIVElt nutl STOMACH, ALSO A SUBSTITUTE FOU CALOMEL; As a Cathartic in l.'EVEKSnmlaHimIOUS AVKECTIONS. These popular Pills beinir a combination of a newly discovered Alkaline sub3tance, extracted from the TOMATO PLANT, with other vegetable substances which have been found to modify and diffuse its effects, are believed to lie the best Alterative and Cathartic Medicine ever discovered. They have been abtindnntly and success fully tried, and have received universal approbation for Scrofula, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Bilious Diseases, Gravel, Rheumatism, Coughs, Colds, lnjlnenza, Catarrh, ferrous Diseases, Acid Stomachs, Glandular Swellings of all Kinds, Cosliccncss, Colic, Thev arc an antidote to Contagious and Epidemic diseases ; prevent the formation of Bilious and Liver affections, Fever and Ag...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 June 1839

n imii 1 -iwiiwun i imt.wwi.iii"iiiii i .iiiwiiii i.ii,fc:Mii,ilMiwip-?hmilrg, ui-.fntnTtntr-.rMntn,i-;,.-f.' tAf ........,,. , , n am iiumwp N 0 T T II 12 (J I, O II Y O l" C SR S A It I! V T T II R V V. I. r A 15 H o I' I! ( M . "errnsirm-rr "EST ffff. B- STACY- Wriiicn fur iho IMi'dadolplila Satmd.iy Conner. OH MY UlUND-MOTHKlv'S TKUNK. nv Mits. Caroline r.nr. hestz. You seem dispirited this evening, Mr. Stanley,' said sbo ns Edward, unusually silent, siond leaning ngainst tho harp, from which lie had moro than oncu, hoard such thrilling tnus'.c. 'Perhaps I ought lo toy, pro occupied. It may be wise to nbstrnct tho mind in the midst of a throng, but I nni afraid it is mther selfish.' 1 should think tho wisdom consisted in tlio subject oT the absttnetion,' replied Edward, 'and 1 believe I am as unwise as I am selfish.' ., I do not think sn,' said Mrs. Clifton, ond Hie lonkrd nt Fanny, whom scrunn countenance wan beaming from tho oppo. Kile side of the room, 'beauty whether tho sub...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 June 1839

GREAT FRESHET. AND LOSS Ol PDilPtMiTV. The rnln fell nrnrly every tiny Inst week ami riiM.1 t in v'-nobee. In on unusual hcichl. During Thursday night She wnrr rose nineh mnrn linn ,,.., I i m lour n chick in I li u ntnrinng began In tun over tho top nf iho pun nl gate into Hie canal of ilic Kenibpe Lock and Canal Company mi Hio west side. Tlii- however Would hnVL' doll,! nn mntnrinl iniiiri. I,,ii some part of tho rannl wnll below the uom ami uunvc me guirtl nato was so III)- .lll t..,nl.. I .."-.I I. I j ''i ' ' hi1 iii ii i in nn in li i nc win or j having hern bailnrod down by the ico m the January rrcslicl. and llins left in n very exposed condition, ihn wmer l.n.l mn,f, such a b'cncli over nml through tho linked DaiiK ol III" enrlli. hoforo it wns discovered, that it obtained i In; mastery over I he few persons that attempted In (.top it. In n Bhrrt time iho cairn I wall was s.) under mined ns in lent Mile way towards the river, nnd thus eau-ed the water lo pre? open the gates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 June 1839

(he events ol I lie campaign unequivocally jirovo to . wlwl we nsertod t (irony Imtii , t hat li Fccuro success, the Whig party must be nulled, active, nnd unflinching' The "signi of wu" from I ho other stdo. ndtnnnish them of I heir duly. Let no man falter, n ml nil will hi? well. The deopnrntiou nf the Enqnirrr wn never mure forcibly ! pictcd. ttmn in its tfllitlfi in wheedle Coiiservntives ami tin pmclicnblo Wings. Mad Us par'y obtained n miijiiriiy. I hn-r men would have been penmed nnd srnfl''d lit. but now Mint n LnCO P.icn cnllliol III- elected WIllliUII tlllMII. we have nil snrl- (if nppenl" In thou prnli' nnd ciiii-t-iency. and tbeynro pruned n llli'ii m firm in In' "Ihrown inln the nun" of their iidv-r-nrics ; yet. in llio very -n rm breath, ihey nre Iri-Hli'd ns though ihey were wenk enough In he whipped or wheedled i n 1 1 the Sub Trensury rntik?! Mut nut the subjcc' nf these nnxinu outpouring nf 1 1 1 Enquirer, feel ti'ter FCnrn nml contempt fur such puerile effu sions!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 June 1839

Cui.cltidnlfrom first Page advancing i ti tut t-t li"r, nnil lending Iht In I. inni mi ilii hiiln -Id vnii I mvii tin' Ii !r- lings nf llils hour. Il win Mifolv !i prni. tiniisstnr that, shuno upon nn' when I lirsi ruaied myolf beside you that ititnitrrllt inght. Had you nut enino to prove yunr clntin to her wraith, the t-pull tint bound tno would not yut have been broken,-and a w nil of ui'pnrntion might tt 1 1 1 1 1 n v r r i -- 1 1 liatwuoti hearts Hint have mot titid blended, iiud will continue to mingle through eter nity' Aunt l!ridgct turned away her head, and ucemcd t,'ddcnly to huvo lost the j;iti ol speech. iSntnewhnt alarmed at Iter unusual silence, OFpocinlly ns liu In It her shaking mid I rein 1)1 ill; under the folds of li r clonk, ho lean otl over hur rind trim) to uu'io her honil, so ns to give liar uir. Fearing she would foil into n fit, ns ?ho (.ontinui;d to I rumble mill mere violently, ho burn tliu ribbons num. der, for the hunts scorned t" tighten under Inn finge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 June 1839

4 i-irrarrwrotwjgKaawaigTmrw . , ... MS m. I a. us. h flr bs !j O A X'. , .0 5U IN Jtt t 8 , S HS9. From iliu New Ymk Albion. TIIH ANGEL'S WING. From a volume of Songs and Jlallads, by J. S, J.oicr,jut jmblifhcd. A flue Gci man siipcistilion is embodied in llic olio vv Jug : "There ia n fid man puprrstilinn, ilint when a sudden silence ctikri pl.icc in n company, tin iincl lit llnil inoincnl makes n circuit among litem, and the first person who breaks llio silence, is supposed to have been touched hy llio wing of lite pa?sing rscninh. I'or (lie pur noses ofnrietry, I llioimhi two pcigons prefernble to many, in ilhisiratiaj,' this very beautiful superstition. When by llie ricning'a quiet light There fit two s-ltcfit Inter, They say, uhilc in pucli ti-iiiKpill plight, An aujel round them hovers; Ami funlicr Mill old legend tell, The fiist iiho lueuks the s-ilenl epcll, To pay a soft and pleisiug thing, Until felt the p.issing angel's wing."1 Thus amusing minsticl stray'd 15y the summe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 June 1839

Thou shalt corn thy brnml by the sweat I of thy brow.' is nun nl ihe u irulnst mill wisest ol the Creator's commands t that he who best knows how to exert iho montnl nnil hmlilv power which have boon given liim for his benefit, is a wise nnd enviable tnnns Hint 'knowledge is power,' nnd not only power, but hnppmcss. Hence no one Fhould kii down in the supine consciousness of being a farmer, nnd merely n farmer, to plough, nnd sow, nnd ri'fipnnd Inrj (n mark tit. nnd count his gams, nnd take his pipe dim) clns. nnd so to hed the whole yenr round, nnd 'seikto know no more.' As we hove said nlrendv, there ore tunny hour? tiny, whole days, when tho routine of n larm moves sluggishly, nay, when it must ntnnd still: them urn I lie nnnortnnitie I bn' have been bencfieiontlv ordained, and which o mind of energy will gladly employ, in order to better his own condition, nnd, by the influence of example, that of his children and dependants Idleness is mi-Thief, it is seldom mere innclton; nnd ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 June 1839

WII,L be sold at N B. Iln-well's Anc. tmn Rnnm. 777.9 DAY. an exten sive assortment (if GOODS consisting of Gold &, plated Jewelry, Eng. & French Lcp. iVatchcs, Silver fc German Ware, Choice Cutlery, Buttons, Suspenders, Perfumery, Stationery, Comhs, Collars, Gloves, etc. etc. Sale to commence nt 3 p. m. and continue through thn evening, n ml Inun day to day until the stock is di-posed of. Burlington. June 21, 1339. S T It A Y E D FROM t ho subscriber on Hie 3d Hist., a middling sized bay horse, black mono and tail, bind, feci, n white el ripe in tin- face. ' nnd one p'kIc of llio nose while. Whoever will rriurn said hors. . or givo information, s hn 1 1 bo liberally re warded, and necccinrv expon-es paid. CYRUS SPRAGUE. WillMnn. Juno 20. HI39. ,1 FROM OGIIENSIIUKOH TO BUFFALO IN CO-30 HOURS LAKX! ONTARXO--1839. S T T. AM-nOA T ' JOHN' EVANS, Esq. Commander. THiniS splendid UCW Boat of 00 TONS JL burthen, propelled by two powciful low pressure engines, will malic two trips r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 June 1839

A GIUCAT liAUGAlN. A St'-YTIJI': l'A TORY ANO HUMj SITUS, WITH CKKA.T WAT I'-It 1'OWHIt. fTIHE subscriber will mil ul a very low JL price, mill on a credit of Ion yours, with interest at per cent, pur annum, that valuable proporly silualcd at llm Grail Falls of Sal inon Itivnr, t! miles south of Malonc Fianklin county, N. Y. consisting of a Inrtt" and wull built SCYTHE IACTO AY, contain ing tuo Trip Uammetn, llirre Furnaces, ami all thu conveniences fornlnrgo business, Willi a coal House capable of containing 41). 000 bushels, ami a lar.ru ami commodious Finish, ing Shop, built separate, ond receiving wind for thu liros from the Factory which build ing is well calculated for a Pocket Furnnc.o, and could bo easily at ranged for that purpose. Tho dam ami Machiuciy of llio Factory arc i:i good order, and the supply ol water nbund not and constant. Also attached to theso buildings, nhoiit six nnrcs of Land, forming a front on tho Kails of tho Itivcr of about 40 rods, with sites and wnto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 June 1839

NOT T II U CLORY 0 P CHSAR n IJ T T II K W E L P A It II O P K O M K . BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY JUtfE 28, 1839. VOL. XIII No. 627 ri i .. . THE THREE SONS. BY REV. J. MOULTRIE. I hne n con, n tittle ton, A liov jui five smm old, Willi ePt of ilioiiqliiful pHrncslncm, Anil mind of gem le mould. They le II me, lli.H tiuusunl grace In nil his w.i i,s nppeats, Thin my rhilil is ginve, hiiiI wise of heart, Bejoud hi; chilJisli years, r.nnnnl say how this may Lo ; I know hi; face m fair, And yet hi chiefenl compline le his sweet mid serious iilr. I know his heart is kind and fund, I know he loveth me, Dm lie Imeih ct his mother more, With greatful fervency. Btil linn which others most admire, Is the thought lli.il lilts his mind, The food for grave, inquiring tpcccli, He every where dolli lind. Strnngeiiuciuions duth he ask of mo, When we lordlier walk ; He fc;iiTpy thinks as cliildren think, Or talks ns childron talk. Nor cares lie much for childish snorts, Dotes not on hat or hall, Hut l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 June 1839

adjournment anil incctltirr of Unj Senate from ono day to llm other, that Mr. Cloy was to speak in reference in llm abuliliuti of slavery, ami tlio merit of Hie r-lnve ques ton. The Senate met nl 12 o'clock n nil 'oon after 10 nu imnicnfo crowd Imil col lectad within i h u wall of tho Chnmber, Every niche, crevice, nnd fontliolil wns oc cupied, and os ninny ns wiro within Ihe walla were drivrn hack unable to force nn entrance. It wna during what is called the morning hour, Hint Mr. Clny nrnso to pre netit n memorial from brtwuen one and two hundred of the citizens of the District of Columbia, (praying Congress to do what could constitutionally be done to dtscnun tennncolhs movement 0f the Abolitionist. Mr. Clay wn "ciilui as n summer' morning" in the midst of the excitement, nnd the brilliant display around linn. The Senators, who, however much lovo they mny have for p-nktng themselves, have little for the hearing of speeches from oth er, except upon occasions mil ordinary, were ver...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 June 1839

trative of eucli operation. The following oxlract it offered, nut as bearing on the subject of n geological BUrvey, but because it may bo interesting lo your renders. Thoe psiMiigc into llm mountains, caltnl tun nets, ilic npi'imiif (if which is r,iltd llip inouili, tire iliually oT sufficient height unit width fur n i(;r f (ii conveniently lu slnnd ciect in them. On t tie Rath-hatis inrituil.ihi, in llic Saltzhiirijli district, there In n tunnel 12 led lni;h mil 7 wide. Il was entirely hewn out Willi llm m.illct mid clii'rl, an intercut ititf, Inn nutty o(irr.ii inn. The cx'cnl ol these tunnel is tifien considerable ; llm nne called The (Jeoige tin the llnrlZ, cxipiuN !J nilles in one dliecliun, without l.ikini! t tie Lilian I bi ani'lio.4 into the nccniinl. Il is cry seldom tli.il j on see n inoniitiiin iiinncleil cnliielv lhiiiiiili. On I lie Italli. limn niounluin tneuliniird above, llip iclcbraicd Cbriampliei's liiiinel, which m 10,500 feet Ion;;, ' extends ihiniijih the whole ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 June 1839

MOltlSON'S PILLS. npilE femutno Hygoi.m vegetable IJniver JL Kill McdlcllIU of thu BRITISH COLLHO-E OF HEALTH IN ill Packets of SI. il'2 and S.J each. .4.&0, Tlio Vegetable Aperient Po.vders 25 els. pur Box. Wo infuiin tho sick thai wo havejusl received FROM LONDON through I Ji o hands nf Geo. Taylor. UNIT E J S T A T E S A (J K N T Fnr tho Jtrilish College of Health, a few Hundred lloxos of this justly relcbratcd Medicine, niadn by .Ms .mouisun iho I lygoisl i This medicine has by ils own intrinsic merit gained a world ronownrd rrnul.il ion bv iho innny cures it is daily effecting wherever it is imrnuuccu, although il has heen opposed uy every thing which the Funnily could bring to BEAlt AGAINST IT. It has come ofl'vielofions over Disnaso in its MOST VIIUJLC.NT FOKMS, and over the Faculty who opposed its use by C U It I N O T HOUSASDS which they could not cure. Wo now invito those who have not already introduced this tnedirinn into their practice to uso it and thereby cure thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 July 1839

VLvlivutxxtw, NOT THE LORY OF GIF. & R II V T T l R W R T. F A RR O F R O M R . HY If. 1?. STACY' FRIDAY, JUJLY 5, 1839. VOL. XIIT No. 028 Wbt m 0ttt mtm. Mil. Stacy :--N one has obtained mote fnine, among our A iticricnn poets than Omvkii Wendell Holmes. There is h gi eat ileal of luimor in the following vcrsc-a. One may npptcci ale il now, as llie 'Hot Season' so soon approach es. If you will ghe the following a pl.ire in 50111 column?, you will gratify many of jour rcndfis, and Htnong the lest, Sir, Youia &c. S, W.J THE HOT SEASON. The folks, that on the first of May Wote winter mats ami liotc, 13egan to say, the fl rs r of June, "Hood l.md ! hniv hot il urova." At lael two l-'iihronliriis blew up, Anil killed tivii fhilihrii smill, Anil one harnncirr shot dead A tutor with its ball ! Now all il.iy long the loniM sang Anions the le.iflcs tress ; Tin re new hotels warped inside out, The pumps could only wheeze , And ripe old wine ihat'twcnly jcar8 Had coliwchbed o'er in va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 July 1839

FRIDAY MOKNINO. JULY 5 . WHIG NOMINATIONS. FOR GO PERNOR, SILAS II. .TE1VISOIV. For Lieut. Governor, DAVID JM. CAMP. For Treasurer, HENRY F. JANES. SENATORS FOR CHITTENDEN COUNTY JOSEPH CLARK, JOSEPH MARSH. HANG OUT YOUR BANNER. We publish to-day the proceedings of the State Convention nt Woodstock, on the 27th ult. The ossomblogo was very Jnrge estimated nt ono thousand, nnd bo- yond doubt the largest congregation of t ho kind ever known in the state. This looks well, nnd wn are rrjoicrd to Irani that the Bpirit and good feeling manifested were in full proportion to the magnitude of the meeting. The accounts which the dele gates brought from every part of the stale were of the most gratifying character, nnd such as we had a right to expect from the Whigs of Vermont. It now only remain for us to carry out what lis been thus auspiciously begun. We would urge upon our friends the importance of prompt, thor ough and efficient nrgaflizition. The only fear is, thai the Whigs, relying upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 July 1839

Mont: SwAimvotrnNO. Col. Andrews, Into a representative in t ho Maino Lcgis loturo from tho Inwn nf Turner, Town TrcBHiirer, Sic has Swartwoulcd with n largo amount of tho town's mimcy, borrow cmI monoy, &c. IIo has probably gone to Tnxos in search of li is brothers of tho Swan wont school. So toys tho Salem Gazette. llKUEAniNR a DrtUMCAtin --The Philn delphia Sentinel slates 1 1ml no Tuesday cveoing b man apparently intoxicated, fell with his neck directly over n mil of the Sntiihwarh railroad; a car full of pascii. gers pa-sing over his neck, separated Ihe unforlunati! man' head from hit shoulders Wai.kiso upon Watkii. A Swodih fisherman has made several experiments, with comnlote success, of walking noon the water, which he does with ns much ease as upon land, by means of plight tin 6hocs. Those shoes are made in the shape ol a small canoe, and are attached logclhor, so that they can only be separated mi far as to ensure the power nf walking wMh ease. VVEi.i-Eni'MS. "Doo'l ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 July 1839

MOFFAT'S LIFE M EDICINES REANLMATION. When the moot important fiinotmtis of life nre' sus pended, nnd llwsu who ant invalids liy in herilnncn or intpr ndeticr arc reduced n n deplorable slalt; of nervous debility, they should not even then despnir, for it is not in despair that relief cnu ho round. No Let (Iiimii first look nrniind, n ml. Inying nsido oil prejudice, nsk themselves this question "If my physician cnnnoi help inc. in his reputed skill my only rcsurl i" Perhaps ot thnt mnmcnt tint bending of this advertisement, 'MofTit's Ijil'n Medi cines,' would cnich I ho eye and were they in truth divested of foolish prejudices, they in i lit pcrhntis. hn induced to inquire whether Mr. Muffin's I hunrv nnd irontinent of discuses differed from t fin I of their own physicians. They would then lenrii that il did differ, nnd very widely, and with niot Imppy results, too. If ihey pursued tin ir inquiries still fur ther, they would find thnt nil practicing physicians of iho present dny pre...

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