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1 ; TO THE
ti vE the nlpasurcjfasaih announcingto tbc Public that they hare leased
l - V ' . .1?. .i,.,f tuvnnm.VRtinv vaTTuir.Tni).
which cnables them to adJ to these atready extensive works all the IMPROVE
MENTS OF THE DAY Ibr the roanufaciuring of a large variety ol Woolen
Goods. They are now building at agreat expensc a
For the purpose of giving r-ermaDCM color to tbeir cloths, and of furnisbing
to the Farmer and jMcchanic tbc reaj
Indigo Blue Cloths and Oassimeres,
which they intend shall at all times be lound at their works. Their old custom
ers andolhers who roay favor thcm wilh a call, will always find on handa grealer
variety, and bclter assonment of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Flannefe, &c,
ihan they bare ever yet bcen able to offcr, which they will as heretofore continue
TKfnc h.vln' Wool to bb MiNuncTCBED, tnav be assured Ibatthesamc
will be done in the best manner and on the mosi lavorable tenas.
Thcyare prepared to offer stronginducements loMercbants, Mercbant Tailors
and otbcrswishingto purchase their stylcsof goods.
fr5-To their libcral patrons. bothathomc and abroad, they tender thcir most MJ
. Vs . . .5- ' ii .1 . - ....... -- I . i
bearly lnanks lor past iavors, anu nopc inai wic eipcusi: uitu ukj uic uun m
cu rring for their benefit, will at lcasl msure a continuance of patrou.-.ge.
They arc now .aying Cash lor FLEECE WOOL.-0!)
STOIiAGE & FORWARDING-
TllFlE undersigncd having made arrangements
JLfi.rthcSTOttAGE d FORWARDING at
she Wharf ofthe Vergennes Iiun Co., in the Ci
ty ofVergcnr.es, is now rcady to attcna to that
bicnch of business on as good terms as it can bc
done elscwhcre. Good and tailhful raen will be
at all timcs in atlcndance to reccive and dclivcr
property. Tlicre will bea REGULAR LINE
arriving nnd departing from ;his Wbarf two or
three tiaies every wcek, whicb givcs
fJT?T? AT "PAP.TT.TTTc;
Pnri5nnin"ill kinds ofnrjnerlv from Ihis nlacc
toanvparl ol the Unile I States or Canada.
The subicnber will cira his nersonalattcniionto
the abovc business, and hopcs liis long
Experience & close Attention
...;n .Aiir. l;m r, M dinrn nf ilio rmt.lif nsi.
jjmse. All cjminunications adoressed to t hc
tabscriber will reccive pronpt altention
Versennes May, 3d. 18 H. 3: tl.
rrv T5, ST. TP,
cj wr s&i
This cntcrprisc havin mct thc cxpecta-1
lioni of its proji'CtorF, the subsrnbcr liaB ;
mndc nrrnn;cuieiit6 to ronttmic a brjiich of
ttic ICiiulcrhnok Wool Depot i
in the Village of Shoreham, Vt j
thc nr,,'rnt renson. llM will be prcpiircd to
reccive mI aficrilio fidli of Junc.
The flecccs will bc ihrotvn inlo xnrlsnc
ronlinr io lyleim& qualHy. A li?criniiiin
tionwnl hc nmde lietwreii Wool in goodar
had rond:iii)ii. Thosj wlio desire it, can
Jtae their clip kfjit ecparatc. Salca will be
Znvariably for Cfash.
brtc will Ie lurnished 10 ihosewlio wtsh,
by llicir jiayint ibe exf.ensc of Iransporta
tiun .ind 12 1-3 rlg eacli Inr tbcir nsc.
Thc rhiirgr will bc for leceiviujj, sorting
and cllintr. onc ccnt per pnund, and thc in
puriince. which will bc25c 011 SIOU for a tcrm
ol tlirec inonlli.".
asfeSAi ia?? HMB1!, V lcitorJerforPassenrsandfreight. Sheiscom
IfcSlLBai, trtlJ U iHiSNfiUlS.W ui--ndedbyagentIemanlyCaptainwhowillshow
in casli will bc ntadu on thc dt-livcryol wool,
Afriiiigcmenis have brcn made wilh man'
tir.K'turcrs of dilFerctit "rades ol wool, to pur
ch.ifo tbc variou Forts at llicir
Foon al'.rr lipini rcceived at tliu Dcpot.
tli'i opi;::in inarkcl pricc is not sati6f.ictory. !
thc w ul will 00 nfTcrcd forsalc at sucli timc
:n ih.- owiier inav dircct.
I.T.t. in rflation to thc Wool Depot at that
-!t!'C. will rcrrive imniediate .ittcr.tion. j
ilcfrrcn.'c ran In- had 10 Dr. J. S. Back-'
vniin. Ivindcilinnk; B. S Inliricon I'.sn . Si'r- I
JV. Y. Sialc Afrriculiuml Sorieiy. Albany;
llou. S. 11. Jcni'on Cc Kenl Wrialti, llorc !
li.tm; II. ne!l, liddlcbury : J. Kllsivnrlh, I
M.ty. 1S1S. 4; 4m.
iind still they Cozne ! !
iUore of thoic
Sclling folow. that it isabout i'in thcm awav.
coustantly arriving atNo. 1, Tclcsrapli llow.
FRANC'IS & SON
Middleburr.May 22, 1S4S. 4
3r2onthly BuUetin, BIo.7.
iVKlJ iVOW lUllr frraioll Inr MOIII- .
acli nnd ittm. 1 uouuil.-itnt: i
aiul it ijnf iiniw:akatilti tin-1
ponance ihat tlir- intt rclin
blc prfcn alivw aml rrnic-
t ilifs btf bionplit lo public no
liice in cvrry wciion ol the
Irtitintn-. 1 lii (.nnitmiiv
J'Anuld calt thc auciiliiti! of
I i!t( ilical mt-11. linn-nts, nur-
' nnd allmtKT. m llirlr
CIIILHnii.N-.S I'A ACC,
a mtxjicin whicli i? iinpnrat
eltfl ftir it J-.IU, r iir.-ill ll:c
Ftunmcr JiM.nlcrs nf clilldifn,
hflhrr nrihe stomai-l, llie bowcls, llie I.ntm-rs.the tkin,
t!lrnrral rirciilalmn. Jn ChnUfa lnfanllnti, (suni
.r ciaiplamt ) Dinrrhra, Pywntcrj-. U'aMilts Away,
'oiviiw, rrclbiii', &f 11 tuUV.M.; ;,u lamily
Fli hiI t Ih; a momenl riili,;u it as its lim. ly ut. w ill n ,
llie. and rarry ll- mivt fi-ch'e rbiMrcti llini llie sumuitT.
It 1 nccuuipaali-tl bv ran-fnl and ni'nniti- .lirccllont.
"fllil Comjiany ian Inf.tl!i!te rpeciflc in ili'n alarniin;
Ue ntrr. ll lawarrcnlcd ti cure. and 11 it t.Iiuuld mit the
inoiry wia in all caes le rotmdttl. 'I Iwmand- ufiivi
li.ne b !casavnl by ils use. Su tnatler bo'.v exlrcnii llie
caw a Ciir. : cTlatn. Mrdical men and all otlH-r llmlld
tmuinlu- prucnrc ustipp'y. and tlms c-'iiit-r a zreat bles
kinzon in.'ir n-pi-clive pa:ients. fjinilnn, eonitnniilllrs.
J'ite nllir nu-dicinrs of llie Graennl:li Cmiiany are
loo well knnn-lt t . liwd mention at t!li time nUicc it to
ay that iIm'v a smiclit ivilb iini'xampled aviduy. and are
r!arni.' ? tlifl m.,l annndin: cutw. Kcver and Apne,
fci-f dn mt)tTnipt.on. Itilttcmi Fever kc are conpiri-d
bv ' w-tn, Th GaFtrBi:iiu S.iraai!l.i tojntoutid i
!imi tiie Irad nl allmlicn.aud coiita-ii d'Mlblu llte liu.n
ber 0!' do- of anv othf r.
The dcncral Agent fur Vermont is L. 1. Dutrlicr
St. ..Vlhans towlTonl applicxtton mir adJ
EDW-IUD BARTON. iJrcV
,,., , - 5. " " , . ' 1 ;j . ..
M?t u' S cl 31,1 U NV" ' , lBK
Agrnts in Ailliun Cotmiy
Fcrri-Uir!i SIiolcs iind carpcntpr
Netr llnvcn Millj, M. K. D.iy S:co.
Salilnirw, II Hrri
Muuktoi.T. c. .Smiili.
T. F. ilakell, Cnrnnall.
Cliina Pcurl, Uutland, Florence nnd Straw
Boiincic, Ribbon?, Wreaihr, Artifi
ciald nnd Crimp'd Bordcrs
for balc b
Miy 18i3. " Z. BECKWITH.
Tllt, subsc.ibcr baa jut rcturned from Ne
York, and nou recchinf.al his itore in
aio.tKTon ioKoucH, tiie largot and most fplcn
.1: 1 . i rl 1 1 l , ar p r , .
in tlii part of thc Jtate: cnnistin?of D R
G U O 1) S ofalinoct every larieiy and tjle
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery
anu utassware, unigs and
Mcdicines and Paints,
IJnsecd and Lamp Oil, Cut and
, - i4-tvt:i
! " luunut XTUlllb,
Hlndvir Glass and Pulty, Salmon, Markcr-
el, Coduh. and Superfinc FIout.
lir intcnd to kccp coiihtanlly on Iiand, and icll at
COKTAI.i I'a P Ett nf new aml lieautiful nntterns.
1 A" b 0,J at the lownt po4iblc pri-
liliecp's pelti'.bcci iax,&c. &c. ur aniroediliurt
He ilnire tosay to Iiij friends and thc public
that hc inlendi tomakea perm.incnt stand, and do
liuincK9 on ai.ur fcaie. and thc mont accomraoda
ting tcrm" tliat hc will fcII an Ciieap (he mean
u11.11 nr mjsj 11 noi cncapar tlian can bc lound ai
anj otlicr f turc in tbis ticinity. and inuch chcapei
uiun wan evcroeioie luouglil ol,
f0-All are inot rcpectfullj inrilcd to call.
T. C. SjIITH.
Monkton, Jlay 17lli, 1813. 4
Ladies Fashionable Shoes
In a crcat varictv now openinc hv
FKAXCIS & SON.
May 22, 1848.
Thc new Packcl Boat H. EDDY.Capt. A.H.
Blakeslcy, will rnn the coraing scason betwccn
Vergennes and Daffalo as follows
Lcavs Vergennes Leaves Buffab
May 2, May 15.
May 30, June 12,
Junc -.'7, July 10,
Jly 25, August 7,
Scpt. G, Sept. 18,
Oct. I. Oct. 17.
uvcry aucnuon 10 passengers, lor their comfort
and conveniencc. The abovc naracd boat guar
amees always to go throngh to Baffalo whclher
shehas passengeisornoL Nonc need evcrbc
dis.appointed by beingsnld off on thc way to
Mrangcrs and the boat turninground and coming
back. Passengersand Freightmaybe contract
ed and fonvarded by this Line every day in the
..tn.citcjii cuuuay.s, io jsuualo, or any othcr
pr.rtun theWestcrn Canal or Lakes. Aboat
ol this Line leavcs "rt'hiiphnll nH n"iifl-nlf.nn
' Juesdav.Thursday and Sattirdayof each we:k
!'' - ,r'0R thefeason, and Vergennes as spccificda-
'5;0'''- I'rices low as the iotvcst, at the whar!
1 ,orraerl' i!P'cJ5' ch?pman, Vergennes.
W. S. EDDY. Wbitnhall.
C. AIANN, Bnflalo,
M. D. IIALL, Vergennes,
J. BRADLEY &. CO., Burlin:
Cut. C. P. NEWTO.W
; ILJ. nin the coniinj; scason to "nnii
from Verpontic? and BufTalo.
UAY x MG11T.
1 he above namcd Boat will befitted up lor Ihe
convcyance ofPasscngers andtbe transportation
ot t reight; she will be managed bva careful and
espcrienced Crew, who willuse every excrtion to
g' J'C satisfaction: Those wiihing to board them
selves can have every facilily for doing so. For
fiirthcrpariiculars enquire of the Captain on
board. n, CHAPMAN, Agent:
REPcnEN-cns. Messrs. Joy t Webstcr, II. B.
oodbiidgc, Euffalo N.Y. H. B. Xorthrop,
Uoche-itcr A. Y. '
Vergennes, April 18, 1818. 3:tf
VERGENNES & TROY
IVtllleave Vergennes cvcry Tutsday and
Lcavc Troy tvcry Tuesday and Salurday
FOR FHF.IGnr APPLT TO
It. CHAPMAN, Vergennes
F. M. SHA W, 191 Kiver.cor. River st. Troy.
ouoas seni ironiew rorc snouid be ship.
br Grifiith's Troy and New York Tow.Bo?!
and marked care F. 81. SHAAV, Troy. 3: tf
tjoods sent froni 2ew York should be ship,
MR. WIIITCOMB having taken up his res
idcncc in Middlebury, takes this mcthod ofsay
ingtohisfricnds and the dancingcomrannity gen
erally, That he is prepared to furnishgood "music
lA;tters addresscd to R. E. Whitcornb Middle
bury, Vt will reccive prompt attention. "27y
liddlcbury, Nov 3, 1517
This old established line of CANAL BOATS
between Vergennes & Troy, having changed
propriKtorship in part, will again be put in read
fness for business atthe opening of navigation.
The undersigncd proprictor of the above
Liue, has after much cxertion on his partdu
ring the past winter, prepared himsell to run
in the old way, two Uoats a week Irom cacb
place, Troy and Vergennes, in the following
manner,viz: Leaving Vergennes Ttiesdaysand
Fridays at 7 o'clock, P. "M., and Troy every
ToesdayandSaturdav at i o'clock, P. M.; ar
riving at Vergennes Tuesday and Friday morn
Having also leased the Storehonse & Wharf,
formerly occupied by Fi. CniPMiN; and after
putting all in theneatest posnble order, with at
tentive and trnstv men. in cach denartment.
will be prepared to forward, receivc in Storeor
on docK, an, ana every Kinu 01 property, on tne
mostreasonaD.e terms. Asnare oipuDlicpat
ronaec is respectfnlly solicited.
Frcigbtand Storage as low as any other con
cern. P. S. All goods intended for this Line,
shouldbe marked,Care ot E. J. LiBBABEE.Troy
All Freight payable on deuvcry ol the property
M. D. IALL. Vereennes. Prcnrietor.
E. J. LARRABE, Agent, 15f River st., Troy
vd door up stairs.
James II. Hookeb, Troy, 50
Jonx Hunter, ""
Mai-laky & DouonTY, Troy,
A. S. Perrt, & Co., "
Pope Catlix, New York,
O. Bascom, Wbitehall,
B. OfGS & Co., Long Wharf, Bolton.
The snbscriber has just received, from the
East.someot the best and latest improvea iia
chinerv. and has filtcd up his entire works in the
best possible manner; and being gratelul for
pastfavors.would again announccto mslnends,
customers, and thc "public generally, that be is
ready 10 receive wool lomanuiacture mto
Cassimeres, Plain-Clotlis, and Flannels.
Alsohe is sanguine to believc, lyrcason of
his long expencnccm business, that he cannot Be,
and is determined he tcill not be surpassed, in
manufactiuing cloths, for Du.ralilily of service
and Permamncyoi color, by any establisbment
in the (Jounty.
Those wiihing to have wool manufactured
will find it tc be for their interest to give hira a
Wool marufactnrcd on sharesorby theyard,
atUhe optur c: iheowners.
N. B. Terms adapted to thc times. E. P.
New Haven Mills, 1818. 51 ; Gm.
FOR SALE AT THE
All kinds and sizcs of Wronjrht Iron, Stecl
Horse Shoes and Nails, Xail Rods, Stecl plated
Slcigh and Cuttcr Shoes, Crowbars, Chains,
Brooks' Axcs, Wrongbt and Cut Nails, Carriacc
bntts, washers, Nutts, nuttscrcws, cranks and roll-
ers. Also door rollcra, Jlnllcablc Iron wrenches
and nutts, Hay and Manurc forks, Files, Shovels
and tongs, Ilarness Ilamc?. Axe Hclves, &c. &c.
And nipe, Plovrs and Points, Cauldron kcttlc!,
Cast Sleich Shoes. Irons and Arch months, Sad
Irons, Tailors Irons. Douglass Cast Iron Pumps,
Copper Pumps rotary tops, Brass kcttlcs, S&cct
icau, ohect .inc, icau pipe a luit assort
ment of Tin, Sheet Iron and IIollow ware.
JOB WOKK doncastisual.
Wantcd 20 tons of old cast and wronght Iron
for winch tiie lnghcst pncc will bc paid
Middlebury, F'cb. 7th, 1848.
SPRING k SUMMER
CjTltAXGEltS visiting the city are rcspcct-
imiy lutitcu iu cauanu cxammc mc largest
Springand Summer Clothing,
which can bc found in this city, coniisting of
Lasnmirctts, i-.nnmctts, Urap (I'etc, Twceds,
and a gcncral assortmont of all kinds of Gar
mcnts made up in a supcrior manner, and will
be sold at priccs that cannot fail of insurin"
satistaction. iJaU carlv at
BROWN, LAWRENCE & STICKNEY'S,
Nos, 6, 7, 9, 11, and 12,
OLD STATE HOUSE.
Fronting State St.,
PR0M0TI0N OF THE FHTE ARTS,
LV TIIE UXITED STATES,
WAS incorporated in 1840, is managed bv
gentlemen wittiont compcnsation, and to accom-
luu iia jjumoiic onjcct.pnrsues inc touowing
Every Subscriber of five Dollars is a membcr
of the Art-L'nion for thc ycar.
The money tlms obtained, nftcr paving neces-
arJ ci.ptuss, is appneu, in tne nrst instance, to
the productior., from an Aracrican Painting, of a
large and costly original Engraving, in the high
cst style of American Art.
For every five dollars paid by him, eveht
jiembek rcccives a copy of the Engraving. Ev
ery Mcmberalso rcceivcs an Annual Report,con
taining the procecdings and addrcsscs at the annu
al distribntion,. a list of the mcmbcrs, &c and
sometimcs an udditional 'Work of Art.
The residne of the money is applied to the pur
chase of American Worfca of Art Paintings,
Sculpture. &c varying in price from twentv to
several hundred dollars.
These Works of Art the Paintings beinTich
ly framcd are publicly distributcd by lot amon"
all the mcmbers, on the Friday before Christmas
in cacli year, every membcr having one share for
every five dollars paid by him.
Each membcr is thus certain of rcceiving in
retum, thc value of the five dollars paid, and has
also a chance of drawing a Painting, or other
Work of Art of grcat valuc.
Dr. Latiieop, having bcen dulv appointed
Honorary Secretary of the A. A. U. "for Middle
bury and iU vicimtv, is rcady to cxhilit engrav
ings pubbshcd by the Association, and to reccive
subscribcrs, names, make remittancci &c.
Middleburv Female Scminarv, 1
Benver, Nuira, Comnion Nap'd, Leghorn.
Slrawand Palm Leaf Hats, Men nnd Boy's
Capslorsalc by Z. BECKWITH.
One Half Cash
paid Ibr Gooil Bulter bv
"H. O. SMITH.
New Haven, Jlay. IS1S. 3
ffiasta's Genuine Indian Vege
table Furgative Pills.
THE most generally approved family! medi
cinc now to be had at alUhe princinal stores
in everv villaceanatown in this state andthrough-
ontthestatcof New Hampshire and Canada
For Billums and Inflamatory Ferers, Indi-
gestion, Ileailache. Ujspepsia, iiver uom
vlaint. C.isthenets, Piles. Jaundke, Chol-
ie, Pain in the Slomach and Side, Heart
bum, Percerted Appetite, Diarrhaa, Dys-
enlary, Impure ISlood, aml all Vcrange
mer.ts of the Billious Systtm,
The proprietor hassuch confidence inlhcse
Pills, that he would say to all persons who may
puichaseaboxofthem, thatif. after takingone
ortwo doses inaccordanee with direcltons, they
should not besatisfied with them, the money paid
will berefunded, or the charge for the samecan
cciled,byrtturningthe box ina uscable condi-
tion, with tae remainuer ot tne filis: Agents
sellins them arerequestedtoconform to this rule.
If you oryour family have been in thchabit of
using pills, try inem, anu you will nnd tnem as
good; il not better in maDy respects, ihan any
you have ever uscd before. Donot taytoyour
sclf, l should be filad to buy a box af theni, but
thereare somany kinds before the public al ready
some recomended forone thing, others for aiiotht
er, andlherest for every thing, thatl haveno
confidencein any of them, believing them all to
be made for speculative purposcs. Without
doubr, many proprictory medicinesare too highly
recommendcd, and made merely for speculation.
All this may be; but these Pills will be lound to
answer as a gcncral lhing,the purposcs for which
they are designed-
Tn'them and see for rourself. if vou do not
likethcm, retum the box with the rcmaindcr of
the pillsand they willcostyou notbing. Call
lor Masta's Pills and see that the name is on the
- For further particulars in relation to thom
see pamphlet, sold in this village, andby most all
the merchants in the county.
W. P. Russel & S. Moody, Middlebury, also,
Ira Bingham, Cornwall. H. O. Smith New Ha
ven, G. W. Pannelee Bristol, J. B. Huntly Salis
bury, Edward Fales Lincoln, E: S. Atwood
Shoreham, andby ono ormore merchants in eve
ry town in the county: 3
THEsntoriber has bcen appointed Acent for thc Hart
ford Fike Imcrakce Ci'urAXY for Middlebury and
vicinhy, and will rccive nropof ala Ifor Insurine property
agaiiut Joss or dimagc by Flrc. The long Cbtab
liEhed reputation of this company, and ttie promptnes
wiw wmcii au uirir iransacuons nave oeen cnartcieriseu
rendei It unncces.-ary to say any thlns In its faror. AII
bnsinrss connecied with tlieofflcc intxustcd to him will be
latthfully and punciually transncleil.
Middlebury, Feb. 50,1842 43;y Agent
The Subscriber oflera lor 6alc an nssort-J
ment ot groceries that cannot be surpassed
inqualilv and nrice m Addison Countv.
rhercforc tbosc who -iarit a choice article at
a low rate will do wel 'to call.
W. P. RUSSEL.
On London, Livcrpool, Dublin and Edin-
burgb, in sums to suit purcbascrs.
Ir or sale by J. & J. 11. rJSUIv & CO.
Burlington, April, 1848. 50: Cm.
HEALTH & STRENGTH.
DR. S. O. RICHARDSON'S
Sherrv Wine Bitters.
INDIGESTION AND COSTIVENESS
ICTThesc cclebrated Bitters are compased en-
tirely of vegetables of the most innocent vel effec-
ual virtues they give purity and tonc to the
aiUiMAUrl ASSU UUWliLS,
and are most effeclual Remedy cvcr known for
Loss of Appetite,
PILES AiVD IIUMOnS.
A morc powetful and healthv aelinn nf evrrv
acultvofthebody will be effected hv ihrir
or they give
Llb ti c'lKAINESSAND VIGOR,
Promote action in the Stomaeh nnd Rnwpls
clcanse from unhealthy secrelious,, and purifv
uiuii inurougn anu eiieclivc man
ner. AS YOU VALUE HEALTH BE
And OLscrre Tknl
all Bitters prepared bv me have facsimile of mv
signatureon the outer envelope.
a coujucren KMtli isorgeiy.
For the convenience of FamiliM rhnT-Ptho
Roots and Herbsg round and packed in papcrs,
MAY BE USED IN WINE OR WATER.
5j"Orders from Airenis m.ri.m; miir
lrug"ists.apothecaries aml rfp.-ilnr in mil;i.iiiK
will bepunctually altendcd lo. '
l-ur iyile, WAoltsaU and R:tail, Al
No. 15 HANDVRn RTRPRT RflRTflY
ind in evcrv town lhroil!?honl ihe New F.nManH
States, by my Agents, who are
I'leaecd to sclllAe nmuinr.
0P rice Ticents abottle SOcents a paper.f
uusseii oi a. luoouy. iigents.
THI5 OLD LINE OF
From MIDnr.TniTnv tn T.JHnATipno
POINT, leaves Middlebnry DAILY in conncx
J0"1 bc LAKE CHAMPLAIN' and LAKE
UXDER the Prcsent nrrnn.-cment of fl, Qfm
. .... ...w
IJoats, this stage will leave the Lake on tho ar-
nval Of the aftcrnnnn Ttnta frnyn ffie Vnwl, .1
Sondi;and leave Middlebury daily at 8 o'clock
A. 31.. in COUneCtinn vrifti thft nfr1mnriT, T7nn.A
for thc South and Xortli.
B" PASsENCEns by taking this rontc at Mid
dlebury, will have an opportnnityto ride on tho
splendid STEAMEn nnT.AKE CKAMPr .tv
and view thc old Fohts at Ticosdekooa. '
Boohs htpt at IT. .1 W. Wnv yr,Ml.h,m. i
at the Hotel ofthe Proprietor, B. B. BRO VN.
A lot of EjCTRA RTIPF.nFINR VT nnn
one ofthe best Wcstetn brands. '
Juit received bv
Feb" FRANCIS & SON.
0PP0SITI0N TO M0N0P0LY.
FIRST ARRIVAL OF
Is now recciving a large and cxtcnsivc stock of
Staple and Fancy
Atnong which may be found Bonnets,
Bonuet Silks and Ribbons. Artihcials Sc
Roucby. also a great variety of Dress
Goods for Ladies, viz :
Splendid Giiizhams from 12 1-2 to25 cts,
" Barages & Muslins 12 1-2 to 25,
" Lawn.s aml 3fuslins very chcap,
Furniture Prints and Calicocs from 4 to
12 1-2 cts, aml a great lot of Parasols
from lc to Blcach?d and Brown
Cottons. nstonieliingly chcap,
Broail Clolbs, Cassimeres, Satinctts &c.,
Also 1000 yds Summer Stuffs from 9 to
25 cts, Bed Tick nnd Drillingsfrom S to
12 1-2 cts.
Groceries, Crockery, Glass and Hardware,
Good Brown Sugar frotn 3 to 6 1-4 cts.
Uood 42 cent Tea for 25 cts. Drugs and
Mcdicines. Linceed Oil for 65cents per
gallon, White Lead, very chcap. also
hails. W'indow Glass, Putty. Nail Rods
nnd Waggon Tire. 4 cls per lb.
Togcther with a iarge nssortment of oth
er Goods iiot necessary to tnention. All of
which .villbe sold cqually cheap as ihose
mentioned. for Cash, and at a verysmall
profit abovp for Produce or short approvetl
credit. The Public aro respectfnlly invi
ted to call, exaniine and purchase.
New Haven. May, 1343. 3;
DR.BUCHANAN'S GREAT PERSIAN
REMEDY FOR THE
TIIE relicffiom painMlilrh follows the use oflhif
remedy for TOOTHACHE is imniediate and per
manent. Morc tlian oncapplication is rarely neces
sary, whcn thc directions accornpanyicg each bottle
have been adlicrcd to. Thc soreness of the tccth
and gums will I)e reinovcd, and instcad of being in
jurcd by thc application willbc rcndercd more sound
and heahhy. 1'ricc 25 cts.
Dr. H UNT ER'S
CELEBRATED EYE WATER.
fl.imiuation and "hcstremrlli to
Incakor irritablc cves. For
dimncss of sight occasiuned
i c:tlier by ngc cr too closc at-
tcn'ion to minule oiijccts. it
stands unsurpassed. Price
For Sale Wholcsalc and Rctail by
Middlebury-. Vt 52
TESTED BY THE EXPERIENCE OF THOU
SANDS FOR TWEXTY YEARS PAST !
Vegctable Fulmonary Balsam
HAS proved itsclf tbc bcst Uemedial a;tni
known for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Asthma,
rhlliiaic.Spi'tins of Blood, Whooping Cougli, and
all I'ulmonary aficctions and Discasesof the t.unjj,
as has, and can be shown from the tesfimonvofthe
most respcctable Physicians andothers, who are en-
titleu to the most unquestionablc bcbcf. Aftcrlmv
ins triedthe manvnciv prenarations. without findin?
thc expcctcd rclicf.multitudes aie compelled to le-
tarn to tue use ol tne vegetablc 1'iilmonarvllalam,
uhichtlier acknoivledge to bc, after all, the best
remeily kuown for llie abovc complaints,
03-BEWARE OF COUNTERFE1TS AND
IM1TATIONS such as Carter's Compoud Pul
monary Balsam, American 1'ulmonarj Balsam, and
others in part bcaring the nanic ! Enquire for llie
article by its wholc namc,thc
"Vegctnble Pulmonnry Kalsnm,"
and see that it has the vcrtten signature of rm, Jon'n
Cutlcrupon avcllow labcl on thc blue wrappcrs.
Each bottle and scal is ttampcd" Vegetablc Pulinon
Prepared by REED fy CUTLER, formerly Recd
Wing & Cutlcr, Importers aud Wholcsalc Ucalcrs
in Mcdicines, Paints, Clicmicals, and l)yc Stufls.
54 Cliatliam btrcet, Boston, and sold by Uruggists
Apothecarics and Country merchants cencrally.
rorpariicuiars cnuutrc mra pampaiei accompnny
ing eaeh bottle. Price 50 ccnU. For sale in Miu
dlebury by W. P. Russcl. 27
DR. WOOD'S SARSAPARILLA AND
WILD CI1ERRY BITTERS
I hc lolion ing voluntary testimonial wasgivrnto
the Agent. Mr. M. Wircs, at Cambridge, Vt , ani
speakkvolumcsinlaror ol this niedicinc.
Cimbriilge Vt., Sept. 1st., 1847,
Mr. M. Wircs, DearSir :
Having bcen a grcat "sufiercr from that
tortnrc ofthe liiunan racc, Djspcpsia, and having a
last found rclief. I fecldesirous lliatotlicrs ruflertnz
and tltere are thousands should know llie incans Jiy
which I was cnrcd. Until wilhin about a ycarsiacc
I hnd sulTered much from Heatlachc, llcartburn and
Dizziness, so mucn so that 1 a conlined to mv
iiouse ine musi oi me iimc. i nc lood nicn 1 ate (lis
trcsscd mc. aml in fact, Itfc bccjmealmoeta burdcn
was totaltyunablc to atlcnd to llie sli?hlesi ilntirs
reiiuircd ot inc, so great was mt debihlv. Havin:
tried all ,-cmedies reconimcnded and adverttscd for
thecure ofmy complainl, Tisilcd thc springs uhich
arc so iiigiuy rccommentlcu, nnd takcn thcadvire or
Phjsicians without gclting rcliel, I gavc up allhopes
oievcrrnjoyin" "ooii iieaitu azain: in lact. mv I'liv
aiciansfrankly (old methv cottld do notliin? fnrme.
.4t thistiniemj nflerings ivcrc very'great; all hopes
of ever beiug made comforlablc had tled, and I ga'c
iMyi.cu uji iii mucr. teciucniaiiy, in lOOKinj; ovcn a
newspancrlnoticcd an adiertiscmcntofDr. Wonrl's
Sarsapanllaand lid Clicrry llillers.andon readin;
il, Ithouzht llmt I mirlil nrobablv obtain somi re.
lief, not lliink'ne a cure of mv case wa nossibler &
as alasthopel prorured a bo'tlle from yourstoreund
commenced takinir it. and to mv iTri'at'inr. I ai nn
found rclief. Bemp cncouragcd by its wondrrful cf
fects, I was induccd to continue its use. Afier ta-
King oncuoltle 1 was able to lieout andaltcndlotbe
dulies required ofmc, jnd feeling much better tlian
I had for months, or even ycars, l was nor- salia-
nec tnati nanat last lound a rcmeilv rormvdicpn
and ielt nssured, that by conlinning its Km I shonld
bc cured. And sacn lias proved to be the case.
nave now laKen oniy two oottles. and can sat to
.t rr - . , - i - . .J .
inose suiicrin; irom iuis tnscajc tliat 1 am entirely
cured. I kcep a bottle in my housc. and when I
feel the least unpleasant symptom, a dose ofthis ex-
cellent .llcilicine entirely rrmotes il. Iamofopin
ion every caseof Dyspcpsia and its nttendants can
be cured by the ucof Dr. Wood's Sarsaparilla and
To those troubled with habitnal CoMivcner s, loss
oi .ippeiuc, sour oiomacn or Headache, I would
earnestly recommend them to try it. Its astonish-
ingefTects in my casc should induce everr oncsuff-
eriuj iium uiii uicuc iu ive ii inai; i teei satis
fied they will neter regrel it. You areat libcrtyto
refer any one to me, and it will give me great pleas
ure to personally recommend the use of that excel-
entremcdyand state the particuUrs ofmv cate.
Siened MILES BEiVNETT.
Wc are acfjuainted with thc above namedMiles
Bennett. and the rtatement of the cnre descnbed in
ts certiucato cau be depended upon as being correct.
Henry Stowell, AttorneyatLaw
Cambridge, Vt. Scpt.lsL, 1S47.
Owing to the soccess of this medicine, thereare
many imitations ; be parlicular and get Dr. IVood's
as this is lh original and genuine preparation.
W. P RUSSEL Ag't, Middlebury. Vt.
Sold wliolesale and retail by THEO. A. PF.CK
Apotnecary and wooiesaie uruggiit, liurlington Vt
J. H. i. XV. Tower, Underhill; Tvler & Rum
'ord and J. Tuttle Essex:
Wm. B. ftalcb, Win,
OyPJilNTS ! PBMTS ! .'C3l
W. S. JOHNSON offcrs his
Prints at a rcduced price to mate mom fnr Tnll
stock. All those in want of Calico Drcsscs will
do well to call aftho People's Store.'
uuiy at io-ii
Great Importart CnEjttcAL Disoovert
ChemicaX Combinalion from the Vegelahle
Kingdom lo ltepcl Diseases.
This chemical compound, with othcr vegeta
ble ptoductions, is one ol the most important dis-
coveries ofthe age. Itis far supenorto any
simple sarsaparillasyrup that haseverbeen used.
It has performcd more tban fifleen thousand
cutes sincc the discovery was made, which is on
iy aboat 12 months. The controlling powcr o
vcr discasc which this Svrup possesses, may be
attributedtu the fact that itis composed purely
ofvegetable extracts, each article in it having
a direct reference to some inlernal organ, conse
quently the wholc system receives their benefi-
cial lnttucnce, wnicn occasions neitner sicKness
nor pain ia their operation, and can be taken at
all times and under all circumstances without
regard to diet or business, is cenainly a desider
atnm in the history of medicine. This compound
extract is put up in quart bottles and oflercd at
the low pnce of one dollar per bottle. The ob
ject being to give the patient an opportanity, by
the purchase of one bottle, to tcst its valuable
medical properties, and thepowerit hasoverdis
ecse. It can be taicen by the aged and the in
fant with equal efficacy. This extract of yell-
otv dock and sarsaparilla is a cure, posittve and
pcrmanent cure for consumption, scrofub.King's
evtl, crysipelas, saltrheum, pimpleson the face.
chronic. acute and inflammatory rheumatism,
gout, peneral debility, dyspepsia, nervous head
ache, liver complaint, spinal affections, female
complaints. ulcers. humois, syphilis in its worst
form, aficctions ofthe bladdcr andkidneys, bil
lious cholic and serions looseness, biles, costiv-
ness, colds, cougbs, corrupt hnmors, dropsj-, en
largement ofthe bones, fever and ague, giddi
ness, gravel, headaches ot every kmd, inward le
vers impure blood, jaundice, lossof appetite,
leprosy, mercurial diseases, night sweats, ner
vous debility, nervons complaiuts of all kinds,
neuralgia, organic afTections, palpitation of thc
hcart, paintcr's cholic, piles. This compound is
an infalliblecutc for the piles, rushof blood to
the hcad, pajn in the head, side, chest, back,
Iimbs, joints and organs. icurvy, swcllings, sick
headache. stiftncssof the joints, exposure and
imprudencc oflifc. Thisncwly discovered che
mical compound, extracts nervous diseases from
thc systtm, cleanscs the blood and iovigorates the
body more effectuallythcn any article that has
ever been sold. In thc vegctable kingdom, an
All-wisc Being has deposited such plants and
hcrbs asarc congenial to ourconstitutions, and
adapted to the cure of all curable diseases to
which human natute is incident. And this com
pound syrup is composed ol those valuable plants
some of which have lately bcen diicoveied and
used, and found tobe certain specifics in thous
ands ofdiscascs that bclorcdefiedthe bestofmcd
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
This is to certify.thal we.thc undersigncd phy
sicians of the citv 6f New York. have in a grcai
many cases prcscribed Dr. Guysott's extract of
yetiow uOCK anu sarsapamm, auu uic iuny
sured that s no qual among the varicd syr-
ups and sarsaparilla preparations that have ever
John F. Stcman, M. D. Samuel T. Yv clls M. D.
P. S. Maynard, M. D. F.R.Thomas, M. D.
James E. Morgan, M D S. M. Johnson, M. D.
New York, Oct. 10, 18 1G.
READ THE TESTIMONY.
Opinion ofaphysician rcgardingthe combina
lion ot ycltow uock wun sarsapaniui.
Montsomcrv, Junc 8. 1S17.
Mr. Bcnnctt Dear sir! In tbis asc of patent
mcdicincexcitementjit atfords me great plcas-
ure to see, among the tnnumcrablc sarsaparilla
preparations, one compound that it likcly to
stand thc lestof timc Your syrup, combinin.
as it docs thctwobcst roots now known, will
most assurcdly mect wilh nnivcrsal approban'on.
For thelast 15 years I have bcen in the habit of
using, more orless, yellow dock root in syrup
and ointmenl preparations in my practice, and
have no hcsitation in saying that il is the most
valuable roomow known.
I have bcen prcscribing your extract since I
lirstsawit, and it is equal tomy cxpcctalion.
Very rcspeclfully, yours, H. T. R. SM1TU.
Thc most TcmarkaVU FemaU Medicine knoicn.
Dr. Guysott's Compound Extract of Yellow
Dock and Sarsaparilla, containing othcr vegeta
ple productionsthat act upon theslcnderand del
cate constitution of the female, with all the mild
nessof an allerative, and siill showing very
plainly ils valuable propcr.ics, in such diseases
as inciplent consumption, barrenness, leucorrh
cca.orwhites.obstructed or difficult menstrua-
tion.incnntttipnrn orunne. or tnvoiuniarv uis-
chargc thercof; and forlhegeneralprostration of
ten system, no matter whetnet tne rcsuu ui in
herrnt r.ininprnnsp nmduccd bv irrcsularity.
illncssnraccidcnt. It isastonishingtosccwhat
invigoraling efTccts it has upon the human Irame.
Persons nll trp.iki.rss and iassituJc before tak
ing it, at oncc bceome strong, robust and full of
cnergyuniler it3 intlucncc. itimmcuiaiciy coun
mrnri's ihi nprmtKnpss ofihe female. which is
thc great cause of barrenness,. It will not be
askcdof me tocxhibit certificates of cure pcrfor-
mpdin cases of so dclicatc a nature.but 1 canasi
sure thc afllictcd that wc have icceivcd agreat
many certificates of wondeiful cures, much be
yondourown expectatinns. Several cases where
fhmilins have been without childrcn, and aflcr
usiDg a bottle ortwo ofthis invalnnble medicine
have bee- blessed wilh hcalthy otbpring.
More tcstimonyin favor of ihcsupctioriiy of
Dr.Guysoll,s liitiact ot l eiiow uock ana sar
saparilla overall other similar remcdics. Ex
tractsof lctters received. Read! Rcad!!
Warertown, Jefierson Co. Nov. 1847.
Jlfr S. F. Bennett Sir.l am at a loss to exprcs
(with words) tvhat has bcen said in praise of
your compound Extractof Yellow Dock and Sar
saparilla. All who have had the pleasure of us
ing it.speakofitsmarvelousetrects in removing
disease, wilh so mnchfeeling nndheart-fclt saiis
faction, I am confident now that no medicine in
use can boast of ils supetior qualities. Many
who have beeo complaining foryears withlYain
in the side. buming aud pain in the chest, dyspep
sia, gcncral debility, lossof appetite, chills, night
sweats, saltrheum, scrolula in fact all thc dis
eases that we in this climate are heir lo, find in
the Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla all that is re-
Suisite to make them what they were in their
avs of health, &c.
We find that we have had some twelve dozen
bottles in three months, are nearly ont. You will
please sendan equal nnmber, and oblige yours.
LOOK OUT FOR LMPOSITION.
ricware how vou bnr medicine put un in snuare
qcart bottles, as you arc liablc to be impoied up
on. ue sureanti asK lor ur. iuysotl s Compound
Extract of Sarsaparilla. bearin? tiie written si-ma-
tnrc of S. Beunett on each ontside wrappar, written
wun oiick inK, ana Duy notning else, as it is this
preparation only tliat is performing such marvellous
ana astonisning cnres. itemember, 1ELLOW
DOCK AND SARS.II'ARILLA.
Prepartd at S. F. Bennctt's Labratory, Little
rsns iierKimercouniy.lv. i ,,ana sold uy
SlDNEY Jtlooar. Afiddl eburu : A.Snran-ni.
Vergennes: A. P. Roscoe. Aeto Harm
Warren Brown, Addison: G. W. Parmelpp
Bristol: Sholes-. FerrisbuTtrh: T. Smiih'
Monkton: N. S. Bennelt. Bridnort: Hnilm
U. H. ilarber, Benson; Henry Siinonds,
Pittsford; Volncy Ross. Brandon; Luther
Daniels.7?uanr; Root ScTornlinson,Ctwe-
j.mcsiv. n.cisey rair Jlaven, Geo.ii
Herrington. Burlington, ant? by the princi
pal druggisls and Merchants throughout Ihe
ihe United Stales, West Indiesand Canada.
IVone CCnuinc unless nnt nn in Inrrreennnro
bottles containino-a nnan. with the name of
the Syrup blorvn in the claF, iviih Ihe writ
len signalure of S. F. BENNETT oneach
outside wrappor. y:48 12v.
OO Cords SEASONED WOOD,
For salo by W. S. JOHNSON.
Thc snbscriber oflVrs for sa!e ihe
I'armon which he now rcsides, in the
town of Fort Ann. Washin?tnn
.1. I ..ciiiuisiiit i ii"iii -u..ui.umi ncrrs oi guoa
sraln atitl giaziu; lauj well cncloseil, ann nn which ato
one large and three incderatesized liwcllins hnuscs; ear
riasebonsts, banis, shed.-s and necessary oa'!mi:,iin;i; a
gioil sppleo. -hanl and othcr fruittrees. Sald tarm hnell
wateml.haviagreatiiumberofdurableFptinjs, and a
neverfaiiinnttream ofwater tunnins throu:h it, an.l b
well slmatcd tu divide inlo two faims it dtsited. a!d
lartn biiluatcd twomiles westof the village of Fort Acn,
and thesame riistanee Irom tbe Saraloita and WhiabaU
ltaitroad, and the Champlain Canat. 1 hc sa:d farci is
well calcuiaiedfora iarne Dairy. From fifiy t' scv,'ntr
livr ncresof said land a.z wrl.'. Tlu.caiD wtta ctjpa
and othcr valuable tiinber. This farm is In a suie ot
cultivation.andhasoaitaguod quarryof stonr, mitab'.e
for fenclng the ame.
Time will beg,tven for aporUon of the purchase cioney
Fort Ann, Junc 23, 1843. ANDREW II Muouc.
Richand Beautiful Dress Goods, nowo-penino-
by FRANCI5& SON.
Middlebury, May 15,1S43.
French, dcotcn, English and American
Ginghams, Lighl colorcd Alpaccas,
De Laiues. Barages, Plaidmd
Siripe Cnmlens and iMus
lina, Prinieil Lawns,
And a gtest variety 1 Calicocs 2 per ct.
cheaper than formerly.
lor sale by
May, !84S. Z BECKWITH.
For Sale bv
12. H.A. SHELDON.
The subscriber would call attentiun tohis stock
consisting of new and desirable stylcs of
DRESS GOODS, BROAD CLOTHS, CAS
SIMERES, SUMMER CLOTHS, VEST
IXGS, SIIEETIXGS, GROCERIES
CROCKERY, HARDWARE, j-c., .J-c.
A share of patronngc is respcctfullv solicited.
K. l. fuller;
Middlebury, May 0, 1S48. 5
CHANDLEllS it CO'S. Supcrior warranr-
ed Casl and Silvcr Siecl Scythcs,
SuperiorRakcsand Ilav Forks, ScvthcStoncs
&c. a large supply, forialeby
10 Ji. VALLK t l li.
TIIE Suscriber having leased thc first store
south end ofthe Bridge, is now rcceiving a
Complete Assortment of
Groceries, West india
Ofthe best rjuality, which he will be Iiap
py to furniaU his fricnds for cash orreadv pav,
As can bc bought in the place. He has also
fitlcd up a spacious
Which will bc abundnntlv sunnlicd with ro-
frcshmcnts at all t'lncs.
HENRY L. SHELDON.
Middlcbur)-, May 22, 1818. 4 tf;
Just received, a fcwpieccs of Lincnand Si-otrh
Jinghams. Beautiful Pattcnis, for 5alc Ior bv
1IARJIOX A. SHELDON. '
Ilas for sale, chcan for CASH aml mnst timli
of Produce, the following
Consisting of a gcncral variety of superfinc
common liroail Cloths. Cnssimcrcs Vestim-.
Trimmings, Dress (joods, Ginghams, Domctic
Ready Made Clothing,
A full assotlmenl ol
iTamilr) (Srorcrics, &c.
Spices, all kinds
and nlmost everv article caIImI fnr
anccp xwine, Iopc & Cords, Nails and Cilasj
Piire Y Iute Lead, Kxtrn White Lcad, Chrome
lcllow, Whiting, Vcnctian Rcd, Linsccd Oi!,
1 nrpcntine, Varni!i, French Yellow, Tar.
DRUGS & MEDICLNES. a
sclcctcd. g .
. d - j - -
Thc Fall Tcrm of this Inslitulion. wilh
really increased laciliticsforn thorough and
conipleie cducation. will rnmmivire on
Wednesday. Aticust 23d. and continue fuur-
teen weeks. Several te.ichcr are employcd
in thc school and uo oains are snnrrd io ren-.
der the course of sludy pleasant and proSl
able lo Ihe punils. Few instilintnnn eniov
better menns forimpartinga thorough. scien
tiCc knotvledge; and aniplc provision w
made for those who wiah lo obtain ihe very
desirable accomplishments olFrench, Music,
Drawing and Painting. Thcre are three
terms in the year, of fourleen weeks each.
The expenses of an edocation at this Instiiu-
lion are Ihoughttobe lowcrthan at any other
iiuying ime acivanlnges.
Board. includin? fuel. lishts. arid washins
(oriha lcrm offourteen weekg, $30.00.
Jrreparatory Ulasses, 4,a0.
OlherClasses, ------ 6,00.
Music with useof inslrument, - 12,00.
French, - 1,00.
Drawing, - ------ .1,00.
Painling, ------- 6,00.
S. PEARL LATHROP, Principnl.
Rich and fashionable RIBBONS in grcat
variety just received by
f KAixOJO Oi oUil.
Nov. 8th. 1847.
m STHiLY BULL.
rv Came into the enclosure of the
Sabfcribcr in New Haven. on or
v aboat thc 16th of Julv last, a red
two years old Bull. The owner is fequcstcd to
prove property, pay charges, and takc him away
New Haven, Ang 10th, I&48. 17,0tt..