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by lfi.m rrinr.p.1 Y.'hPLoiinci.o.i.
lufkrt- by Mr Adn, I riBet'l MIp l.ynn A-
r.drmy-.nd by nuniPioui ftlift inilmcli'f" Hi
tuloua paili of tt.r I KUIrt, li lur inlruduc
rd ln into Hipir nli l I'rebably no new
rpadinjbnftk In tlm cuunlry baa mmd con, inlo
o gpnrral imp Tim in ill, lnmcr, mijlil
li.tr bppn ptppttrd from Ibp jip.I rpputaln.n ol
Mr Kmrrum . .n iniliuetor and an .ulboi ; rrom
Ihr lutt and judxmnitcaincpd by tl.. .plpetinn.;
od rrom ll altaclite mtonrr in wlilch Hipv
ar jtublithtd; liil Ibp puce.ia lurr Hun Ilia I
of any tcbool book cl limilar .iir.
T1it llp.dinr I.k. .ir f.tor.bly notirpd
in the Annalo(l'..Iucili'in,and in r.iioua olhtr
lilrr.ry jooin.l., a few citraet. fium wbicli tif
'rem (Ac .fmrrimn iy .idttttittr, I'kttadtl-
Ttn ch.rtctpriilic f. .luit. of tlirw" oik. aro
mtpr p.linjr and um(uI m.itrr, a rl.ttic, rrp.
cooua and nniflVctrd ly!p, complplrnrM and dn
tinctnp.a inp.ch injditidu.l pitr.ct. and a cairful
adaptalicn to the jiuipim-. i.dnalr uclioii 1'be
tmt cbircalrr of Ibp irlfclionn i. purp and Pb
tvatpd , andgrrat carprppp.ra to Ii.vp bppn parr
eia.d In rpndfnn; tbp mIioIp intrlllg bp and pn
Cfinr l' Ilia ynuii icdrr.
Mr K h.t tpry judirioualy rpconunrndrd Ilic
,ytm of Iniliucli. 11 in rr.du (, tin Ii baa brpn
It.ndpd till, audi highly aaliafictory Irani'. In
I ,f tip.aiontl .phool. 111 hdinburli. Tin. niPth
n4 h.a c.il.inly vrty attony claim, to public m.
tier, and .hould it be gfiitr.lly aJuiilcd, Hip ef
fects will be .noarrnU not only in the in betpil
w.kenrd in rr.dmj; cl.aan, and the inert aacd
attention to that rirtnir, but aUo in tlip eini-i.l
ImpioTPm.nt and rnlaigrd nitrllijpnep and mat.
Ury of the Knglitli languago, winch it imparl,
to the pupil. o trachcr.w liu ia drairoua In krpp
ptea with the iniprotinpi t. of llir pipwnt rn
Iir htnpd M"riod, .hould uimt lo ri.imnp thc.o
t.lu.ble Claaa hooka.
Vena Ike IsitrtJt Oirttrtr.
Wp bate Wen gratifirditli a i.cpnl pxamim
tion of aeiiP. of .'pw SpIiooI InviVa, publulipil
nndrr the dupelion ol II, I). I'mer.on, author of
the-'Malional HiH-lnj llook. I lip tplprtmn. aip
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made with rererpner In ur.ly or acnliment and to
moi.l impraation. , and are, on that account,
worthy if all coininend.l on. We were par tic
l.,lt struck w th Hip r.niniileleneia of the Hoik..
The compile I haa not filled them w Uli Ktrctior.a
which arj ofone kind, but ha. .ludied an ague
ble tariely. Ml K. Iiai nertcd hliuirlliucer...
rll lo luinl.S piece., which icpure ilitera inoilea
of ieiding, o that a inonollonou. habit will bu
toided. In .hoit, we cn .ay 01 tlie.e rrauer.,
ih.l wa know of no book, which lor beauty or
election, lor puiily of tpnt ment, and for aariely
of ripip.iion, will compare Ibrmw this. Tlw
sooner ther are intioductd into our school Ihe
belter. Wp predict thpy will hate a wide and
unprecedr nit 4 cueulatinn.
Hating tianiined, with much intcrr.t, I.m
ttsoo's 1 iiat, S.cond, and Tbitd Claa. Headers,
dts gaaed for ibt ue ol tchool., I take lh liberty
to recommend tbein a. books which I think aie
not eicclltd by anr or be kind with which I am
acquainted. Tbeihild Clat. Header is dr.igned
lot the younger class ol retdeis, and Slrhccoud
lor a higher, both or which books being small
and eheap, are well adapted for gei.eral uae in our
tunimer school.. Tlie KintClasa Header 1. larg.
rr and mors pailicul rly de.igned for Ihe I'irat
Cl.M of our common winter school., Il cannut
fail of intert.ting .Imott any readrr.
ri A Ml) r.l. U. I.OVELANI)
For Halo at tho lUitlr.ud Uook Store.
FOR BALK 11V II T. WIUTE &. Co. RUT
In tin. eotuoeiidiuin of Attionomy, it ha. been
U tint of the author to irndr r the principle, of
the science so simple, that they may l easily un
dertlood, not only by Ihe Mrhollar who attend, t
lew weak, tt an academy, but by lilm whole
means and ticwa do not cairy him beyond co.ii
Ii om Het Wm Coaeell. I 0 well known
through the United St. Us a. the Secular of
th American r.ducalion nocieir.
Simeon Ide, I'.wj I) ar Sir With great plea
ore I bac pctused the 'Compendium of Aa
tr.momy" prepaied John Vow. of Atkinson, and
publish ad l.y tourseli, as wen a. 111. larger woit.
on that uttiul and iinpoilaiil icipikp the formrr
ad.rled lo o.mmoa tch wlt. and the latter to a-
cadeinie. and tU' bigber inatitutloni of Irarn.ng
ilo:h are ariginal,and not mrirly roinpilallon.,aa
are most of the ktud ptintid at the picsenl day 1
lletidrt Ihe uaual astro omical calculation., the
contain a catalogue of cclip.pt, tisible in the I'
mttd Stales during the pirtciil reutury, which is
be lie red to belbc first pubhttipit In this coonlry
"Iltes iieatisesapp sr l naae open niiue Willi
great attention, the itatementaufotlieis not being
adopted without careful elimination. The Au
thor baaaiscly end. stored lo simplify and make
thu soblnut science eatily undrratood, and also
tanUiUlnlng, and bis rlfeHs bate happily suc
ceeded. Tbet works ptte gieal merit, and
reflect much honor on tbc author II is pleasing
to see Ibis teteran teacher ofyu Ii for fifty yeara
apendmd a msofbi. taller ji.nia directing the I
ntiadt 01 sludrnt. 'lioui nalure up lu nature s
taod,' tkus nuking Kirii'C tbc bsndinald vl vir-,
lue tnd religion In this rn?e. I lit lias tlform.
r tn inip.jrt.nt K-ttifp for Hie nun? general PT lo til on any who may with hi. professional
(n and the Church of Cbrut II it fully beliet- i ,,J "ll'pf tt hi. room or tt thpir dwelling.. Com
rd, that Ibex two wotk. on Aslrononiy are th maud, from tny of the neighboring tow in will be
suoK tsJa.bl cf tlse kind, wberh bate Iwucd luitnrdittcly tllendro to
from lb Anitncan press, and thtt were they ei-1
ii tiy aaowra lucr ttsit pe riieimspiy stco.
Ilrspeclfullt your., WILLIAM COGGSWELL
isosioo attithVA ISH
'ronaller 8 R Hall, l.te Principal of the Tel.
chert Seminary .Andtter, VIsm. snd now Pn- .
iKipsl of tbs 'rr.cb.it' Srusinsry, Pljmtulh
asork 00 detripJte tnd prutle.I tttronotnt bv
J Vtr, for tet.itl tesrt pttl and blip cosi
rrrd it tsrtlw taUpbcd u, uJ. B ,j,tBcrj ,. '
d.au.liitn tnv work, ua wi, ..... i.. 1... ,J
kilt irnts I m ,
rdillota ,a tboat to be iU..b,d .1 ,j " 1
A4 ..i . J """U Il 111 I
K iif u. tbUier ; in do,, abseh L. 1. n.. 1
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Vritfttittlt Pulmonuni Ihihttm.
f M Itrr mtt t.W.bV tte4t tow ! '.'"I!
I (-WU.. (as.! or PMwtr. WkiJ t
Itat) Alwllm Bf J Ltd III Ml
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H, ,h,l M iioifff UfS untn of hi! cn
i. Iky lUlnm. nuirn rurr.im
rMrf.ic p.r ind t i !.-lil.T r.d IijIp
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(:,ift r kttir ficm III Jati.l. Mini,
.- Vccclal.lt I'ulmnnaiy llalmm lit. liPtn lold
m iKii counly f.ir two Jpara, and Hp mrdictnc bat
r,, ,n uarominon trlcbntji fr 11 bat ararccly
j r.iln'l n imp. InatancP r haini: tbc draiipd cITrct.
' I am by no inpaai in fator olll.p many noilruini,
moit nr wlnrh arp Impoitiona um to cirdulou.
Ipubl.p.but Hut birh I know byeipprlfnpe lo be tX
jpttual, I can,t,plplw sie ij approbation
tuttling .jent from Comatock, N V. and thtro ia
alto anotbrr article apnded heie tint i.itrongly tut
MCtpd to be ipuiloua.
I,1 .1 . L V V ...I i.
.Miffl.nli.n,Junil.l. eo. IVnn. May 3, IBM.'
J'rom Mr .Samiirl Mortil, to ll.p pmpilctora ol Hit
Vpcrtablp Pulmonary llaliam.
I am aattafiPd that tho Vrcrlable Pulmonary l.tl.
tarn 11 ataluablp inclicino. Ilbaalrfpn uaed In tliia
place with romplr te aufecat In an obttinatp complaint
of the funt, attended with a actcte enujh, Iota c.f
anice and the railing of much fund, "Inch had p'
outty rraiatrd many approafd precriplif.n.. Allci
utintf tie balaam one atrek, the patnnt'a toice te
lurnnl and be waa enabled to ipeak audibly. Una
eaiporeuficil aome lime aince, and the nun ia now
rngi;rJ not only In arliip, but in laboiinun butlneia.
Iteipcclfulla niira. iiC
' S. MOItllll.!.. M. I).
Concord, X II. Jan. 30, 13.1'i
It it now moip than ai yeara alncc I vaa brought
tela lowby an aireelion ofthp lunga, and my com
plaint waa declared lube Incurable by a couaeil of
three phtaiciana I waathen iritoiinlto aa good health
aa I liid enjojeit fur mailt Jena by uaing the tege
tablo I'ulmony lliliam. iiince my icc.itery. 1 have
rrroiiiinendc.l the llaltam ir. a meat many cue. of
lung complaint., and .0 far aa I ran learn, ila uo
baa been invariably followed by much benefit, and
in many in alancea it ha. " elected cure, which
were wholly uneipected," HA.M'I.. KVEKETT.
Iloaton, March 2, 10.T7.
COU.NTKKKi:iTS ! Hewarc of Impnaltion.
Each genuine botlle ia enclorrd in a bluo wrapper,
on which it aaclluir lalrtl .isned Hampton lUcd.
(J7Mone other, can be genuine."
The great eelebrity of the Ccnuino Vegetable I'ul.
monary Italian! hi. been ihe came of attempt, to in
trcxtnretpuriou. article, which by pirtially aiiuming
Ihe name of the genuine, arc calculated lo tnialead
anddrrciia Iliopubic. Among Ihcio niii'ure. are
.mo .American -uimonary iiaiaim tcciaumi uunu-
'Pulmonary l'.al.nii,' and olhera
. ,.UI7c,,rr, ,haij ; in u,r ,rue .'niclo by it.
hote nitne ,,0 Vegetable Pulmonary llalaam, and
I ... ,, i. ii ,,,v. .r.l .mn.i,,,c r the vrnii.
r,e. ;jCi bottle and acal ia itampcd IVegctable I'uW
Imoniry llaltam, Price ,V)rculi.
) Latrit cheat' T. tc II. Kejra, Newbury, Vt. aro
Iniereitnt in prrpinng a ipunoua 11111
d "Carier'a ( ompound I'ulmonaiy IW
sam :" and
iheyare cndcatniing lo obtain agents Ar the sale of
their millure, on the ground that "it is done up in
pood style rtTSimilar to SamptonKced'a llaltam."
tJI9.IlT-r -again we .ay, Iwk out lor counlcrlciK.
27-ly I)ANIEIJ3 4-UEI.I-
Vcriuoiil AcmTciiiy oi' lllcili-
LEUTUIIES will commence In this institu
tion on Ihe 2nd Thursday ol Jfarcli, Ib-iO,
and continue Kl wicks. The follow in jj are the
1 nenry aim I racticc ol .lfcilicino Horace urcrn
M. I). New Voik City.
Anatomy and Physiology, Hubert Nclaon, M.
I), Si. Albans, Vt.
Cheinitlry and l'linnnacy. James lladlry M.
I), r'airfitld.lfedical College, N. Y.
Principles and Practice of Surgery, James Bry
.Valeria .Vrdica anil Obstetric, Jo.epli Per
kin., .f. 1)., Ca.tlcton Vt.
.Wed'cal Jun.prudcnce, Ralph Gowdey,.V. I).
.uiuiiii uury 1.
The fee for all thn courses is &.".0. .a.atrieiil.ilinti
fee ..", (radiialion l'ce,.l,r,, I'rice of lloatdiug
aa low as in any country tillage.
I)r, Nelson will give a private courae on An
atomy and Ph sioloy commencing the first week
There will also be a reading'iTrrm at this In
slilution during thu interval ol lecturer, v.liicli is
designed to furnish the .Uedical Students, advan
tages tuprnor to any oilier country plate.
JOSEPH PERKINS, Regiatiar
Caitleton, Dec. Ic30
fXT" The puUtisheis or the Henninglnn Gj
irtlp, Vt. Watchman, Ilurlinglon Kree Press.
Plattsburgh Republican, OgdentburghJTimr. and
Advpiliter. and Vermont Chronicle, will give
the sbovp 6 Inrrrlions each, and forward their
billa to the Vt. Academy or.Ucdicine.
I -e!w J. p.
FARM PGR SALE
rlAsw-S 4i, T:,,: Subscriber ofiVn
Ihe steal part of Tinmouth. !
Said farm contains about tn o
hundred acres ol land, well 1
divided into mowing and pas j
ing. conteuieut fur keening Dairv or Sheen.
Kor fuither particulars enquire on the premise,
of JOHN WOODRUFF.
W.lls.Ocl 31. a.-s-lf
rpiIE Subscriber would inform the inhabitant.
J- ol Rutland and lit ticinilv that he l.t. i.tm
r"m ,l Heiiun's Hotel, whcre.lie will make his !
! '"'tt iultpr during Ihe winter, and will bi hip.
r Wat. KENT, Drntltt.
I w..ior nrui
t"e,he has practiced in the 'southern Stales with
gooa success. I recommend bun to public confi.
dene tf JOSEPHL'S IIROCKWAY. I
1 NCO.M PARAHLK.
lllfirll ' 11," t I) . M'l f"lT.
..tMrV. 1 M 1 IVIUl A It A I IUiS '
I . ,0f"n dream, of the Alchvrni.t are
,e","'tod t remedy ditcattr'd lor the
'oolhsebp, tnd preserving tb'e lmport.nl and
"itful .ppend.ge. of the human .r.lpm.ibr th. 1
Use or Hi MAuNEHC ODU.VI ICA. which,
lT Hi .llraetitp, punfying, and .Uength.ning,
Aii.lil. -II -a.. .I.I..I.... r
-i"-., it.cs u c iii.. unuuns uDiii
1M, ine aeem. tnu presertet uieni in tneir nal-
f't . " ' En m wondne., .nd
"r" l u tit.meOfrotn: experience, that
1 " ud, lb U.lh will neter decay, but rr
main 1,11 ll- I.I..1 c( ..n ,ll, sl.i.. !
' Hytre drc.ted lU progreM will I
I AI. tb,s b.. been do in
.rBt.-j-,"1- ..I..-- a ii i;. IV. sJT. .
. Hsmittr ei lontnert wa more, in Hiou. .
,.-i' . "i-"" woou mi anu sugar oreiiard, alfof 1 oecome cioseu,or Hie kidneyslnil
WihkI Hl.cl.larL.elt.ro and II our Itarn suliiuttin,. 1 be drained Trout Ihr tm.lv l.v I lickn r.
.1- ft by 2ti, two small Ham., and other out build. ' tetained, and continue to
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.. .4 Mtirkiir kti nr iiirv niTi- i .i'iuu
t .V m.dp titP nfil- e Iivp K.ld. uilhin a
.Kprl Ii.iip. .bunt a-1IM)L..xrortliP Odontic
And ln con-lu on wlp.nd l.nl.tl.PjonC
Anrt, incnn.iunon, nric nu i
I.Jy or V'nilrinin, '"V. . '
u . br. i l.n.l l of M il , 1 C 'j""
p,I brr. I. mote tlm. f llr tPnU, I Jj
lngpr drMilutpof V orr. .M. IlitcliciiCK .
incomi.r.Mr M.ciiftic OJonic. '
Toi ..Ip, IioIpmIp i.d ri l.ll. bv ,
A III I UIR Ul iv, .v. w ,
N'n 1 17 r:,.. ..c iici 1. Utica. N Y .
and by their aRpnl. thtonpiioiil Ihr United
Htalet, alo by J. I'nrter. KtitUnJ, 11- Jameiaon,
Caitlrtnn. A lluck I'ltl.ford.
I ni lNo. nw-lin
" "NVonns! 'WtTrins!! Worms!!!
TO if ntoae theie Houb'eiomo and ilangernua in
bahitant. from the itomaeh and tKinrlt, which o
often impair Ihr bpallh and dcalioy the litp. uf chil
dren, uro Dr. Jayn'a 7'onic 'irmfugt . a eeitain
and talc preparation for the rrmnial of the tanoua
kimlt ofWormi. Djtpeptia. Sour Stomach, want or
appetite, Infantile fearr and ague, and debility of the
lomacli and Ixmcli and organ, of dgeatinn To be
Sad at .No. 20 South 3d atieet, I'hilarlrlpliia, mice W)
ecnti. Sold altol.v II. T. m line .v. ni, iiiiiianu,
Vt alau by I). II Alcaclmn, n a11111uK.ru. 1.
No. 3, cw all
A Grist-mill :uu! Saw-mill arc
ofl"fjrt!(l for sale
AI.UO 10 acir. of good Meadow Land, parity
learrd aitualed a mile and apiartcr urth ol the
Jleeting hnute In I-Jirhaven.
The abotc property will be told eollrctiacly or c
para(fl)' accordu.g In the withe, of purchaicr.. Kor
particular, in uiro of Jacob Davey or JmIiui ((uinton.
r.iihaaen.Not 111, IS.TJ. mlnlon.-IS-rt
Fall mid Winter CJooil.
ADAMS & DAVEY,
AHH now opening a laifo ttock or rathionable
DRY (iOOI)S purchaied in New York since
Pressure Came On,
at terv reduced prices, nnd can astiirc the public gen
erally', that they can sell goods much lower than thoic
that purchased their ttock earlier in tho season.
Particularjattciilifin is intiled to tho hallowing fatih
onab'e goods now worn for Orcr Coats, Pilot, Hea
ter and l.ion Skin) Coaling.. English, French, Ger
man, and American
oribe betl style nnd colors- Plaid and Fancy Cassi
mere., Ilucktkint, Sattinets, of suwrior ipjalily, Vest
Alto, a good assortment of Cloths for
Ladies Cloaks and Dresses.
Mcrinoes. Mouselin de Laincs. Silk, ol etery
quality and price. New llc ol French, Knglisn
of eicry description Glove., and etcry article uiually
kept in a country store.
China, Crockery and Glass Ware.
of the latest pattern.. Hard Ware, Looking Glasses
Pa-pcr Hangings, A.C.
Wen India Goodsjand Dry Groceries of the best
quality. Arrangcmcnla havo been made In leep a
large quantity of Lamp, Speim and other OILS, of
superior quality, which will be sold by thcJUaircl or
The nuovo Goods arc frcsli from mar
ket; (great pains have been taken in
selccting,nntl they will be sold remark
ably chertp for ready cash or good
Cnslleton, Nov. 8, 1839. min,46tf.
Saddle and Harness Manufactory.
rilllE subscriber would inform the public that
A lie has commenced the nbove business at
the old stand, forinetly occupied by G. W. Ellis
in Caslleton, where he hopes to receive a liberal
share of patronage. Ho will keep un hand, or
make on short notice, all arliclea in his line of bu
siness, such aa SaddlcB, Harnesses of nil kinds
and liridles, French Folio Trunks, Valicrs and
caipct Dags, inferior to none in the country or
city. Also, a good assortment ol Bag Top nnd
Common Trunks ; curled hair Matrasses made
to order, and old ones rcnovatrd. A good assort
ment of whips and lashes, curry combs and horse
brushes nf first quality, all kinds of carriage trim
ining done on short notice. The above articles
will be sold cheap for caali or approved credit;
most kinds of country produce taken in exchange
fur the above. Tlioso wishing to purchase will
find itto their advantage to call and examine
work and prices before purchasing elsewhere
Repairing done nl short notice.
Caslleton, Oct. 1.
N. II. A good lot of sole leather on hnnd and
for sale cheap for cash. iy
THE Indian Vegetable' Pills aie a certain cure
for disease, in ils every variety of form, because
hey thoroughly cleanse the stomach and bowels,
induce a proper discharge by the lungs, akin, and
kidney, arid stimulate the blood to purify itself.
In other words, they open alt the natural drains,
and leave Nature, (i In; grand physician) free to
drive disearc from the body. Tho above outlets.
or drain., are the common-betters of the body,
through which all morbid and corrupt humors (the
cause of disease) are carried ofT; and so long as
Iheyare kept open, and discharge freclv their ol
lotted iinrliont of imiiuritv. the bodv will contin.
ue in health; but, when, from calinir imnroner
food,breallnng impure air' sudden transitions from
beat to cold. over-exhaustion, cr anv other cauan.
he bowels become costive, the pores of Hie skill
lo ierforrn their
accumulate until Hie
body becomes literally loaded with diseate,
II the channels of our mighty liters should
become blocked up, would not Ihe accumulated
waters find new outlet., or the country become
inundated Juil so with the human body j II the
natural drains become closed, the stagnant and
corrupt humours will find vent in the various for
ms of disease, such as lever, small Pox measles,
heumatinn; gout, apoplexy, tke , or death will end
our .ufTering.. Therefore, when sicknen at the
stomach, paint in the back and aide, quick pulse,
burning skin, or any other unpletitnl symptoms,
indicate that one or more of the natural drains
tre not discharging freely, and that tho constitu
tion is about to commence a struggle for the re
storation of health, no time should be lost in sd.
ministering a few dose, ol the Indian Purgative
(lnJian vegetable riua.i iy so uouig, all the
functions or th. body will be restored lo order,
tnd thefoul humor., the cute ol everv luflama-
tion or pain we suffer, will be romoted in .0 rtty
aim nsiui.i Mi.,.i,ti iu.nu..; am w rc-
stored a. it by t eharm.
Tho above pill, may be taken at all time,
and undcrtll circani.ttncpt, with perfect stfely.
They suit ti.L cuairi.tiTs, tnd til tget.tnd
tre tt natural lo the human constitution t. food:
conteouentlv. thev ctn nesrr loiurr. tn .1..
mo.1 delictle ljkp our food, Ihev in- di-etible:
. t r at,... . . . . I a.
wi.rnui. inrj nucr iniu me rircuitlion tnd Im-
pait an en.rgy to the blood; which enables it lo
flow with freedom quite to lb. rxlrpmilie. and
coutequenlly lo lets the core, of th. skin D.
They ire true tnd peireet purifiers of lb blood-
I a .:."". v?at
v.uw ui.iu an corruui nuniours Irotn thtt
life giving fluid They Lpi .tr.nglli tod
.UnccJueVcn lT n
" ". tnd their rtrecl.
bunwirt winch arp onraowH i l.lil, tiV.Ti
I - ir tssin a M
tnd imprnir dlion, and sound sleep Inllow.
j. .1. ..t tlin .1 tnv liiiiiiiiiira uli eh not onlv
" '. ,i .1 ..,;.( ir. ulikhi.ot onlv
iiii' - - - - - - - . .
... .nd vpkn tlip tiirllp orcim. In liotl, ,
Hip Rood .i.i.l.iip. l ulcan bo
cl.imrd IW ny ii.rdiclnp. M,d I. vrry tc-
nurktblp, it i- ullPrU ln,,..l.lc lo ue ll.Pin
Mo p I .n Itl ll.on.tnil prtfnm can bp rrfrrred '
, ' cur,., of ron.plalnl. nppairntly
" ,,f,nif.,, cli.r.Plrr, otc ty by I,p ui ,
"J' .1 , . i ...m, '
r' V1'. Indian C2M. i. Ill ....... r ... 1
, UIIICP. a.,., j.piipi. ip ... ' '
atMite pine in hip ,'rw i...(;i.iiii. man ., ..
inont Stint, near Court ilircl, llnttmi, where
Ihev pan If had at w hopalp anil tplail.
nan ai ii"ir-n ....0 ......ii. ,
Aff.nl, I nve
' licen appoiiitril f. r the alc ol tlic .
I'ill.lin mo.l f, Hip towmlin New l.ngland.
All IpIIp'" relative to the l'llla imitl be addrratpil
thuJi'.N.l. OfhCP Pi. A. iroN'-ifC 01 neanii, ii'cj
Treinoiil flrrrt; llolon, Mais "
wl'Viv IIi,n.h,l Win t'.ii-: Ilelhrl. h
Austin, ir ; frnctoisvllle, I'roelor niul UoUnnon;
1 . . K ..1. .
llrldgptvalrrl TI10.. Koutlignli-, I.nal I'miUncy,
lllkock and .Hears. I.iidbi-v, J Dunbar, .V Co ;
Hrniing, Wood V Mciril,) Cevnilisli A Oibson,
tS?nn. -II ly
STATE OP VERMONT, j " iPmrniberrd
Additon District. S A that at a Probate
Coiill holdpn at Middli burj in the aforesaid District
on the lllhd.it of January, A. D. I llf). Picsenl. ,
II SAMCEI. SWIFT, Jm'xrj.
John M. Iliihop of We) bridge in said District guar
dian of Thankful Ainmdy Ilishop and CUniasallul
dah Ibahnp, minor elnldrrn of the said John ,M. llith- i
op, repretenl. to thu Court that it would be rordu- i
Cite to the inleipt of his, taid Wards lo sell rertain
real ettate U-linging lo them l)ing in Danby in the
county ofltutlind, and being all Ihs right oflho aaid 1
minora, as heir, of their mother Elita Iliihop, late ol
i .aid Danhy, deceased, in CO arret of land which camo ,
to tlie laid I. Iiza as heir ol Deborah .amnion, tlic !
said right of said minors being one ninth part of laid
bOacicsi andsaiJ Guardian mot rs the Court logrant t
htm authority ami license lo sell aaui real citato ns a
fori said, 1
It ia. therefore, onlcicd by the Court that said
Guardian'gisn notice to all persons concerned to ip- i
ear, if they shall see caiisc, beforo a Probate Court '
to lioholdcn nl the ullireoflhc said judge ofsiid cuurl
in Aliilillchury alorrtalil on tho rjlli uay ol I euuary ,
next at 1 o'clock in the afternoon then nnd there to
mako their objrcliuiia, il'any they may haac, to grant
ing In said guardian authority nnd liccntc to sell said
real estate of said minors as aforesaid, by publishing
a certified copy of this r.idcr in Ihe Rutland Herald, )
a newspaper printed at Rutland Ir. said coonty of Hut
land, two weeks successively, tho last of which publi
cations lo he nl least two weeks before tho time of
said Court. E D HARDER Register.
A true copy of Record,
81 AttcatrE D. IIARI1ER. Register.
STATE OP VERMON I'. TE it rcmcmberrd
District of Fairhaten. S J J that at a dated
Probate court held at the Probate Ollicu In Caslleton
in .aid District.
Present, AI.MON WARNER' Judge.
Whereas, the Administrator nf the estate of
laic ofPatvlet in said district, deceased has mado ap
plication tn this court for tho further lime of I year,
to settle the estate of said deceased and make pay
ments of Hie debts found due a;ninst taid estate.
Ordered, that said application be hcaid in Court
at a session thereof!!) he holder nt the probate office
in Caitleton in said district on the -ml Wednesday
in Febuary neat, and that the publication of a copy
of this order 3 necks tucccctivcly in the Rutland
Herald, printed ut Rutland, ns soon as may be, shall
be iiillieient uolico to all concerned tn appear, and
show cause, why said application .hould nut
ed. II. F, I. N(i DON, Register.
nut tic grant
) T E it rcmcrnbeued
District of I'.iir.uvcn. J Jj that nt a stated
I'robalo Court held at Caslleton, within and fur the
District of F.iirhaven,thcexecutor nf
estate late ofl'awlcl in saiddistrict, deceased, propo
sea to render an account of Ins administration, Il is
ordered, llial .k1 account bo examined in a court to
be held at II. F. Lingdnn's olfico in Castlelnii on the
Sd Wednesday in I'ubuary, ami that a publication of
a copy ofthit order three weeks succciiivcly in tho
Rutland Herald printed at Rutland, ns soon ns may be
shall be sufficient notice to all concerned to appear
if they ecc cause, and object thereto. A true copy of
Record, II. F. LANGDON, Register. 35
STA I E OF VERMONT,
,' ? I J E it reincmli
Uistncl ol iairhavcn. 1 1J ered Hint nt n
slated Proba'c Court held at Caslleton within and
for said District, the executor of of the estate of
late of Ontelljn said district d. censed, proposes
to render an account of his Administration.
It is ordered that said Account be examined in
a Court to beheld nt II F Lungdon's office on tlie
2d Wednesday in Febuary, and Hint the publica
tion of a copy of this order three weeks success
vely, in the Rutland Herald printed at Rutland,
as soon as may b", shall hu suifuicnt notice to
all concerned lo oppenrif they see cause ond oh
jeet thereto. A true cpy of Record, 35
11. F. LANGDON, Regirter.
q q q q n
LOOK OUT ! Look out 1 ! look for nn Infa
mous worreby the name of Enos L. Ken
wick, of New York, who was formerly a llailist
I'rtnchcr, and better known to the citizens of
.VonroeCn as the "lUrtrcnd lmnoslur." Ti.is
soulless rdlinn, who was dismi.sed fiom his pul
pit some time sinie for impropir coniiutt, is now
rendering himself still more itifnmous, by wicked
Iv attempting lo impo'e not merely upon a Church
but upon the whole rominuiiitj.
A few months ago, this Scouiulrll wrote to Ihe
Subscriber at Ilostun, and wished tn he appointed
an agent for Ihe sale ofthe .Matchless Hanative:
Tlie general agent not knowing his depraved char
acter, gave him an agency, and forwarded I iui a
quantity ol the medicine. This he 1,0011 sold and
lorwarded the money, and ordered another lot,
which was sent about one month since. To avoid
any suspicion as totlio design of his applying for
an agency, or lo conceal hisVoren funl,' he made
a partial remittance, of Ihe sales of tin.- last lot only
IO Jmy n4.. V .tr.UaJ , with UllCr UtlOHUhmtUl
Hie general agent Icarnl thai It. 1 ss rtrrrend itrctir
tr is now impiously manufacturing with his mm
unholy hamh, a worthless medicine, a JJiiun'ou.
Sanntirc which he isemploying sw indling pedlars
to palm upon Ihe public a.'lhe Genuine Original.
I y irthc peoplo or America will only bear one
fact ia mind, there ii rot cten a pottibilny of Ihcir
heme duped lit this wnnlncinrif rillian The fact
Lit this try A'o ptillar or trarttini ogtnl Am rrrr
been etnpiuyta in llittconnlry 10 till me naiiuncc or
to leace it teilA any prrtun fo till on commiition .CM
Agsinetciy agent ol the rue Sanative, 11 spnotnlei
by tlietieneral s-.'ent sou receises 1110 tncuicine ill
reetit jrom Ihe utpotiwry in notion.
fr J l.et all wtui but thu Sanatise, (and almost er
pry one docs buy it ) remeribcr the aUitc facts that
they may ic lute of obtaining tho gniuhie original
Uj" N. II. l.ti ry agent ol the sanatitc it larnnt-
fy drtiml lognosn imiucdiite uurtn.b) bstinglliK
inseiled 01,0 hhiuiii hi all Ihe paper. 111 tlu.tr lawns.
S .J ll,.l ll.. r,Vu.r..t l.liil 1111, U,I,m , I.
tublicsrepvit on the look out tor the lmpottor,he will .
Indly Ihank ll hit A;cntt lu forward him a copy of
each paper .dstrtitcd In, at loon at ponibte.
d.s iuju land, 1
General Ameiican .treat. Depository. i
Ilotton, Dtc. U, IBS3. fiu. 183, Wa.biuglon St. I
We most siocrrclv rierct that ease. ,ri,vnorri..
1 Use "wolf in l n' eloil.in-." namcl
v... M .n.vv. .,..i, ,i,u rirricsi rant.. atui we
ceite bis jus X:
,nS ,,,Ur l""n i" Maybew, will reccite
a, at si fia I rniw.i ... . - a I . .
, , .".-". rDti coniiHuany
l--t. inai hp ma
1 I"?', "
' fc" dul"
may be beH up to uni-
itc many from beconimz
' Vork, Dec. I7H. 1830.
.r.r A IiLiu.Ii I . ' ' 1 ..T ..
1 , . .' ' r'"""; tuminni in
J"U' 1 JVPt'ce.sen.cot.jeUofuiy letter
)ob will racute the libertv 1 tale .n id,l. .....
IZ. '"r7' !:""'.!' "c.now mlloscitv (tor.
, " '7 i'
..art Co. it the liner, nd Impoilor, ")
ml .elliug It fot Hip
r sou aro crn
brliptc, nr. that
Mr I'. u n unprincip'cd mm, "t " ... not ong
rinre.dtp.'tc.l limn Urn mini.uy, ior ia.inS unxn
,, .... .,ill.r. r rl,utch. I iIimp
otc p rn uf Vnttt.,y) fCrl ntinu lhat ho
M..H.Kn. M'pdily cp-mll '. 'I'nf ftlow c'"
,,,, ,,llM ,c ,er,u.lnl by l.xn i..u .,f tf.r.r money
if m tl.pir c UMttPH. I ilirm It I lie eonreicntlnin
duty cf rw iy mar. In r,,.,..p ..lUiny .ml tea l.ere-
cr'r and l,pnp,pr l,p inrrlt It. Ht.i,Ipi. Sir, anoth-
ron.ulPra.ion .liould pr-.n,.! inr tn m.h knon
to yon tlm obic hcl. I lnc a d.mjlitrr, lm,
11...1. (;, i. Ik-,,, M1.c,l finm alini! VpI-
rton tn poif. rt l,paill.-..,d tbat Ino.l.y l.o li.wn.of
iiting iniephiil and a half of thn Matrhlri. aanatiar,
nhieli 1 Iwnjlit 01 t H i r.incia, jour ngem 111 una
-j.v ir 1 ... inn l II nmireclatn tho mot tea
lllc, ,0 ,mrc, nie addtn. jou thu. unrere-
m,,,,!,,,,,!,. a ..it honinu thiHoii will lake the pailictt
tirn to paivitn In tho uiihl thp lnn imieir Ten.
wlrk, I nilncriMMiyiell, J V. MA lll.w
tr. II S Itowlaud, )
, auppiy 111 inr cinuinc ninimr rrcciarii o.r.y
r..ni ll. tirvil nr..'..l til Itititnn mill (.if ..alp hv .
l'AV. Auiiil. Hiitlund.
Jan. I, IB HI.
arp 3 C
Cnslleton, Novcmhcr I, Ilh'39.
Feathers ! Feat hers ! !
TI EACH AM A- DANA Offer for Sale 'ami
IVi pounds 1. 1 NT. OflKSK IT.ATII BUS. lC3m
New Saddle and Harness JVlifnii
'"I'MIE subscriber would inform Hie public that
JL lie ti.is commeiiCRii Ilia auovp utisinCM op
poslte Mr. Reed's Tnvern, wrherr he hopes to le
ccite n .lure of imtronnir. lie will keep on
I nod or make to the shortest notice, nit articles
in this line of business, in the most modern style
of workmanship. He will cell cheap for cash or
cood credit : moat kinks of ennntrv produce taken
in exchange. Those wishing to purchase will
find it ndrntitnccous to call nnd examinn hi.
slock nnp prices beliire purchasing elsewhere.
Rutland, Nov. 1 Ith. Iet. J. WADE
N It. Wanted at the nbove business a Hoy
lf tola years of age. J I t
T I. errbv cite notice that all persons aro forbidden
JL to harbor or trust l.orlu I lor Ion after this date
on my account as hit guaidian,
Ml. Ilolley, Jnn.Slit If! 10.
Notice to Debtors.
A I.I. persons indebted to Hip Subscriber for
Sx. Curding nr Cloth Dressing must make pay'
men' soon or they will bo subjected tn ci sis.
K. II. COLVIN.
Knit Clarendon, Dec 20, Ili:i9. 2-5
The Probate Court for the district of Fairhaten
will be hidden at tho oll'nc oflho Judee. in Caslleton
on the first Wednesday in each month, nnd nt the
Inn ol Joel llcaman, In I'millney, on tlie hrst l ues
days nf March, May, July, September, and Noveni
ucr lor too jear ensuing. 3 b
lly order of tl c Judge .
II. 1". LANGDON, Regittcr,
By the British Queen,
WHICH nrrived nt New York Nov. 211, were
ceivedan interesting Hotter from .Mr J. Morrison
written at the Ilritish College of Health. London
wheie the medicine i f wliii h wc speak below is
ninue. Jilt morrisun iiiuiks inni mo reason that
many in this country aro bo long in being cured
of old seated diseases, is'lhat they do not tnke
large doses enough, and who is a heller indue
than he who has lor years made nnd administered
tho medicine and observed its effects Wo be
lieve this reason tho true one. In cn.cs oftvphus
r I'll: .r..! 1. . . J 1
lever, uiiiiuub uueuiiuus oiioiera uioruus consult):
lion, rheumatism, pa'ticularly
Dropsy, Small Pox, The Doulnureaur,
FEVERS OF ALL KINDS,
nnd in many other diseases, in their worst stages
there should tic doses, ol tu, Its, '(), .ill, and even
,... Pill, nilminislered al 'a dose.' It is done
with great success nil over Europe, nuil there is
where Ihe medicine is most hiicceslul. We con
versed with a gerilleiiiin in this Inwu in August
last, it was Mr John .Morrison sun of Mr. James
Jforiison, Ihe llygeist, who spent a dev or two,
here, wITite on hi. travels through the Stales ; he
informed us that he wos once prostrated by n fe
vet, we think he said typhus levtr, (tho name
matters nol) and was pronounced by I'rieids and
ph) sicians 'near his end' 'fast recovery.' His
Father dismissed the physicians nnd said, 'I think
1 con save li!rii,'i nnd commenced w ith (!!()) No.
2 Pills, these did not have the desired eflecl,ond
he gave him fiO No. 2 Pills and continued these
doses fur several days, until he was out ofdaugei
Virulent diseases require large doren. Large do-,
scs in season, will prevent a long sieltneai.
.Mr. L. Curtis, known by all in this town nnd
I vicinity, was laid up with inflamatory iheumalism
had tu be lilted into nnd out of bed, his limbs were
Mwoleii very large and his pains were very acute,
Iir had been trying various things without relief
uy the persuasion of mis, C Johnson, ngairislhia
wisues, lie sent to us lor a .SI package ol .ttotri
sons medicines and by them was cured. Wp
lint Ibis information from inr. Curtis himself, lie
is hero and can he ei.ouired of conccrnirn. it.
111 rs . Johnson, known to most of the inhabitants
of llurlington, was laid up.n'itli the same disease,
and could get no rel ef, she sent to us for a pack
age ol .Morrison's medicine, and gays' when 1 had
taken Hie filth dose, the swellings and the pains
began In leave me, and those only who have had
mis uisc.isv, can it'auze tlie Happiness ut
Morrison's Pills cured mra Johnson.
Applications for agencies or medicine, (post
paiu,j promptly answered.
PANCHORN tV I1IUNS.MAID,
Jewell. rs. ltlirlimrlnn Vt Klnln A,..,,
11- I. CHUNKY, Itiillaiwl, W. P. iteynold.
rsciory i"iuni,ira iiuuon, i)raii.'on,tent tvriglil
Shoreham, James Hull, Orwell, J. Fro.t, A'. Cn,
WE Ihe subtcr.bers beinc appointed Uy the
Hon. Hi Prub ,tc court for the district of
i.iihaien, 1 omiuissonrrs to icccivo examin-,
ami noj.1,1 an era ins and demands oral) rxitojp,
... In., tl ........ . I I V
q .1 ,1111 t.W C ,i
i- late i.ri'awlet, ui tnd dotrict, decea.cd reprc
leiil.din.olient.and also all cl dms .ml demand.
' ... ii.;i..i 1 . ..rr ... ,1 .... .
- ". nictuio; auu ix iiiomhi from
tho Jilt ihiy.fjtn. insl, being allowed by tail
c urt for t -,al purp m-, we do firreforo heiebs
g.e 10 ire tbut we will a tei.il lo the Lu. ruts
1 "ur said a;. ointuieut tt lh dwelling house
' " j. Ilulett, in Pawlet,un Ihe first Fridatc of A
n.tl ... ,1 I.. . . f . n . . . .
prii and June next, from 10 o'clock, A. .M.untit I
1 ..!. on each of said day.,
G. A I.OOMI8.
DAN IIUKELY, Lo,n'" ,"one'.
Pawlet, Jan. HH,, 1810 4-7
'rllr'"'ynl ut. for wool c.rd.ng and
' Jh.'V,1, ' "'jnc tt iy shop during lheye.r.
"0 (""') l"lr aulhoiized lo settle th. tame
J'Uslouiers in Sudbury tnd Whiting may py t,
Rusteguff .V Walker il mor convenient.
., ,, , -W.O. WALKER.
Hubbardlon. Jtnmty 20, leMO. 47
lArflW l,..b f c'..t
, , ? uv' Y.
- - "...wv... ,,Jr.
Ruthind, January I Oth 18-10;
.n msnufsctunng a inrdieiriP -rnl sel
!'"..tr"1 1 " . .-
The Cause afliitious Coinpltnnt
and a Mode of Cure.
well rrcutatol nml proportionate nuantitt of
upon thp ttomaeh it always teipiisitp for the prom,
lion of sound tiPaith It tllmulatPa digistinn.
1 . 1 1 . .... t ... 1 , r . r ,, . .
hc.-p. inr inietlinil ransi iree irom nil onsiructiats
On the inferior sutfapp of thn liter It a pecolm
bladder, in as Inch Hip IhIp It first presetted W .
formed by thn liter rrom the bloml. Thence it p1H
es into the stomach and Intcsllnl't, and rrgulalri
dtgrrllon. Thus p tpo hpn there is a dcfiutrti
of bile, the body . erinttantle ntlltp On th.oil,'
hand an naerabunuanee ol mm causet liequcnt nai.
sea In the sloniaph , and oltcn promotea aery icttn i
attacks ofdisease, which somen met rndi in ilejtri
I'etcr. are alwatt preeedeil by iiuiptoint of a .1..
orderpd slnmaeh t as ate also scrofulous dltnrdtu i
a'l sjtnpitlieiic lunclinnni organic nr irnrne iTiset,,,
From tho same came, the natural and health! trim. I
of tlm heart, and the whole vascular tjttcm It inipur.
rd and reduced below 11. naiur.i ii.noaru, ai etli.j.
ited in nalnilnliona. lanrmit noise, torpors of il.
limbs, .rneope. and eten deatlt itself, in cninpournci
ofan oterabundance ofa ccuhar oircntitciubttiti,
to the digp.tltp organs.
The approach to hilhniis ditparc. is at all ini
allcnited by decided mnpioma (.ran ciuling iliifi,.
ed state of tho stnmacli and boss elt, 1, e. sailh il,nu
signs winch are known lo point out their contfaiito
be nl a innibni irritating nalure ; but wlicnctrrlac il.
imentary ran. I happens to he loaded atith Irrmw
niaui r.iomeicrangeineni 01 ilic healthy oiiertboi, 1
ciuicr o. ino general sjsiem or ol .01110 partlctiTar
organ of thn braly i. tho certain result ; and sl,t,
1111s Biaic Happens 10 no united with any other irtnp.
toms nl ditcsip, lis cllcct. are alnavs tliprehv murk
aggratsled. Theprogret. of rrganic nhtlructlen ui
oiien .0 rapui ns scarcely in admit ortlme for Ihett.
niicaiion in piicii am na it in on niicrcu liv nrl. v 1. 1.
general, the premonitory tjinptoin. of gailnc loav
am perceptible for a day or two pretiou. lo Hit Oi.
erith paroxyim. a period, atben tbo most cITirnciot,
asstslancc may be given, by nnlo.nling the ttnautl
and apiiiciilary canal nl lit Irritating contend, isc
thus reducing tlie susceptibility 1 f diicaic.
.aloiui s Lite iiiedicine. slioulu aiwns be taken Is !
the early singes 01 bilious complaint. 1 and tl per
acred in strictly according to the directions, M
positively cueci a euro
The 1111 nr r n 1 medicine, often nictcribcil in II...
disease., although they may clfcct a tcmporiry cms,
ni ine saino iinio crcaio an iinueaiiiiT iiaio nl is
blood, nnd consequently tend tn promote a if turn tt I
II e aery disease wiucli they ato emplnjeil to. cure
It 1. then by the use o,1 purgatives, ciclutitely fiin..
ed of tegctahle compounds, which, potscsiing sss ithtra
thcipsclscs nn deleterious agencies, which dccomj
sition, combination or alteration can dciclniie i
bring into action, and therefore capable, of pruuiicni
no clfcct, save that which ii desired that a iiftrrj.
edy is found.
The l.ifo Pills and Plurnii Hitlers hate prnsiil l
be the molt happy in their closets in cases r LI
diteascs, of any purely vegetable pieparati.n essrsl
fcrcd to tho public. If the stomach ' fnul llir
cleanse it by exciting it to throw of its coats; ir w.t
nicy pass 10 inn uuouenum wiibnul ejcillng ti.initlt"
ttr nausea in the stomach : stimulating the ncgMav
ing viscera, as the liter and pancr.aa, o ns to pruluci
a more copious How or their tccreliont into Ihcmici
tines , stimulating the cihalent capillaries, If mini
ting in the inner coat, which an iucrctised flow tiY,,
uieless particles of the body, foicign matter., nr rs
lained secretion., arc completely diachargid.
Fever and Ague.
To my friends in the Weil, and particularly
who hate used the Life Medicine, in treatment if
Fever and Ague.
Il is but n very short timo ince these meiltcitn
have been introduced into the fever and agucdistririi
and the proprietor flatters himself that during tint
period, whoever they have been used according to
the directions, they have dona mote towards rittr
minaliiig ihu disease, than all other remedies anJ !
prescriptions combined. Ills a common cicuici
monff "regular prnclilioncrs" when specifics are
Irnduccd, that Hiey cannot cure disease, which tu
ple arc in tho habit of cnntidcring Incurable, SM
cal experience is continually doing away n nrt or
the list of the incurable diteascs, and Air. Jtb.lM In
tho happiness of confidently announcing thai fetcr
and ague is now In bo added to thn nuiiibct of cw
plaints which modern skill has conquered.
. In Fever and Aguo the Life Mcdicinci nut oa'f
Itivo nuickcr relief than anv other remedy, hot 1!
persevered in, cHcrl a permanent euro , so that dike
paticntjis oniy ordinarily careful, and resorts third
ly to his medicine II lion the first .voinli,,,! ..rirmlii-
ey to a new attack, it may air avsbo tvarded otr. Tt j
escape one chill would hu of inflnitnlv const !
qucuco In thn suireicr than thn remedj n teiiioitl
Ihodiicato permanentlv would confer a Loii.fii un
on him which cannot bo cstimaled bv nnv ribli
itandaid. That these medicines will e fleet what "
Here claimed lor llicin, the proprietor has tho tealiiim
li) of all acipiainted with them and their application
and use in Ihe fever and ague land his object in no I
addressing tils menus at the tt est is to request I Mr I
iimi iiici nn,t.,i,u 00 ,uiiis in eominiinicniiiig ii.c 1
ciperiencc and ditscmiiiating lint highly intirislii:,"
iniormaiion, now inai 111c season lor Ictcr and a,t
IMolTat's Lift; Pills iind Plifiiii
The universal estimation in which I ho celiluif-'
I. lie Pills and I'hcnlx Hitters arc held, is sititfji'
lily dcinnnstrated by the incteaiiniz demand fur IMr
in every stulo mid section of the Union, and bv y
voluntary testimonials to their remarkable rltirirt
w Inch nre every where nflcred. It is riot less from
a deeply gratifying confidence thai they ate Hie mean
of extensive and inestimable good among his adhUM j
fellow creatures, than from interested consult islam j
that the proprietor onlieso ptc-eminently siicces.'
loiiliciiies it desirous ol'kci ping Ihem contlaiillj ll'
loru ino puunc eve, i lie sale ol every audition
box and bottle is a guarantee thai some oersons
be tel.cveil from a greater or lets degree of lulling
anil beiinprovcd in general health for in no case i (
sullenng Irnmdiscatc can they bo taken in iim
Tho nroprictor has never known or been informed t
nn instance in which they hate failed of doing "' j
In the moil obatinalc cases ofchiomc diicat4), tu
at chronic dysiH'p.ia, lorpid liver, rhcuinalltm, nil1
ma, nertoutand billiont headache, cottiteneii, '"
general debility, Mrrnfulout .welling., and utrrn
scurvy, salt rheum, and all other chronic atlbclieu'
ofthe organs and nicmbranct, they eifeel cure, suit
a iispuity and penninency winch lew pertoni
Ihtoialically bclicic, but lo which thouiamli bar
tittificd from happy cipetiencc. In coldiand cnu;''
which if neglectid superinduce the mott fslal ilif
set uf the lungs, snd indeed the ticera In (""'
llitsc medicines if taken for three or four dit "
fill. 'J'uktn at right, ll.wy to promote tie lct"1 '
licrrplralion, and so relieve thosyiteinof feblllc
lion and feculent obttrutlioot, at lo produce 1
delighiful tentc of convalescence lu the inornif,
and though the utual symptoms ol a cold should p"
iially tclutn (luting the day, the tcpelition era isW
ble dote at the next hour ofbed-timc, will thnottu
variably eirect (scrrnanent relief without further n
I heir efTect upon fevers ofa mote acute and tiolc
kind is nol less sute andrpcedy iftakenin prnp.rti
abloqusntily and icriuns reining to bd witk '
llainiiiatort lyinploms ofthe inoit alatming kind,
awake with tl, gr.tifjing coniciouineit that lW
fierco tnrmy ha. been otcrlhtown and can fjsilj
tuMucd. In the same way, titceral lurgescnce f
long established, and titceral inflammation, hu!"
critical willyicld The former to small the lattrr
large dotes ofthe Life Pills ; and so alto btilerult
lections, htpocohdruim, rottlettneis, and ttrj
other tarictirs ofthe Neuiotic.il r.lat. of disca"
yield to the elficacy ofthe phenu'llittet., l ull '
rtctlnn. fur theute oflhete uudicinr. and il. I
their distinctive applicability lo ditrercnt coinp-t
arcoinpany them; and they can be obtalritd the'
sale and triad tl J70, Uri-lw ay, where nuuicrout r'
tificjtr. of their unparalleled success are .1''
Jieii lor ltisrx.cti.iti
For .ddilioiul particulars oflhe abore imdif'"1
tee Slolfai's "(s'o, Sauistilan," a copy of hx '
compaiiiet the medicine.; a copy can a'.o be tW-
id ol the diflVieiit agents who base tbc uitdici.tt '
Prenaicd and sold I,. IV... ll Vdl'I'.tT f
llroadway.New Voik. A tdvnl .'lidi.eliou ujait"
Ibote who purchase to tellagaiu. For tale by
IIURT& 4IASON, Rutlsni
iMEACIIA Jl ii DANA, ( tst!'"
t-Iy . H. MEACHAM, WalbnSfr
Hurt fy Mnson,
Will pav cash lor good cloan flji isd
llutliod January l,lc40,