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French Bedsteads, with and with-
outacrows, iust recetved
t lcw by,
Sick Headache Remedy.
FOR the permanant cure of this destress
ing complaint, never fails. Whein per;
Btvered In, H effeclualliy renovales iho sys
m. nnH Ane.n awav the cause of the SlCK'
.and Nervous Headacae. Thousands have
tried it, and found prccisely tho relief whicn
hnrir-In nrnmlSCS to bcStOW. CcitiflCatCS
nf thf Ktron.nesi kind. and trom the most re
or.ooint.lo nnnns. nre in the DOSFession of
tho probrietor, some of wnich havo flecn
published, lestifying to the pcrmanent cure
and others to the immediate relief given by
this remedy. It afTords relief to the afflicted
in 15 or 20 minutes fmm the first dose. It
taJvfin whcn the svmntoms of an altack are
first felt, it prevents tho furthcr progress of
the complaint, and can produce no danger at
anvtimebvan e.tcessivc doso; as in sucha
case it would throw ofl" the contents of the
stomach, leaving it swect and healthy with an
e.icellent appclite. A1I afilictcd with the
headache should not fail to procure tho atti
cle, and relievo themselves from so dislress
Physicians havoin many instances given it
tothcirpatents, and in every instance, to our
knowlodge.with grcat satisfaction have found
it a certain cure. Sick and Nervous Head
ache is a complaint with whieh physicians do
not wish to huvo any thing to do, and gener
ally prescribo only for lemporary relirl : con
sequently, Dr.Spohn's Sick Headache Itcm
edv escapes the opposition which some other
propiietor's artirles mect from that source.
Try it once and you never will regret it.
It is composed entirely of Yegetables, and
contains no rnineral, or poisonous drug of any
kind, and does not require any chango of di
et or exercise.
Sold wholesalc and rctail by Comstock &
Co. wholesale Druggists, 2 Fletcher st. N.
Y., and by the principal Druggists in the Un.
ion. For sale by S. Moodv, Middlebury, Vt.
ISTcrve and Bone Linimcnt.
This article is offered to the public ns a
never failing cure for the Rhcumatism, and it
has for a numberof years sustained its iep
utation, and .accomphshcd cures which had
defiled the power of evcry other article. In
acuto and recent cases, the relief is invariable
afler one or two applicationsof tho liniment
and in chronic Rheumatism,tho cases of cure
are numerous. It is truly a remedy tbat
reaches the nerve and bone with Iho most hap
Sold wholesalo and retail by Comstock &
C. wholesale Druggists, 2 Fletcher st. N.
Y., and by the principal Druggists in the Un
ion. Sold by S. Moody. 20
Dr. McMunn's Elixir of Opium.
Superior to Parigoric or Laudanum, or any
of the prcparations of opium.
Sold by S. Moodt.
Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liver-
wort, has been succcssful for eight years in
tho curo of tho following diseases : Con
sumptiou and Liver Complaint, Female cem
plaints, Spitting of Blood, Nervous diseases
and weakness. Sold by S. MOODY.
Middlebury, Yt. 20
C1TIZEKS OF VERMONT
TT N order to securc to ou the true JSrandreth
UL. Pezetable Unhersal Pills, ihe sale of them in
Tour State will te contlucted in the following manncr
Uut onc Travellinz Aacnt, Mr. JOHN 0. LANG-
LEY, will visit the State, whose auihority to act for
ae, will be made mamfest, by hi3 producing numer-
sns certificates, signed with a pen by me, wilh my
"amily arins embossed upon a paper and a fincly exe
euled view of my Iilanufactory iu New York State,
Local Agents, by observing this, need never be im
pojed upon by Pedlars.
Every Local Agent, furnished with the Genuine
pill9, will have one of those aforementioned Certifi
lates put up in hi9 Store. Obssrve that it is signed
vith a pen, Ji. Brandrelh, M. I). And that my Fa
oily Arins are embossed upon the paper.
See that thc date thereof is engrated.
CQ- NoCcrlilicate is anyguarantce that the bolder
tells geriiime riils attcr one jcar iroin the engraved
f-3- Purchasers by observin; thu need never be
inposed upon by Local or Travellin; Traders who
lave no more principie than to deal in Counterfeit
Medicine. See the reading on the side of cach box,
tnd never forget to ask lorthis Cerlijicate oj .Vgency.
Tlf. aforementioned Travellin; Asent will raake
frequent calls upon Local Agents, furnishing them
from time to time with supplies of the Genuine Bran
dreth'j Pills, from my Principal JVeio England Of
ficf, 19 Uanover Strcet 19 BOSTON.
IT No Pills will be sold from tne to rctail in Ver
mont but to Local Agents, therefore, shoulj olheis,
not holding my Certificates of Agcricv, piofess to
bave the Genuine Brandreth's PiUs.belitve them not !
One icord to tr.iffickers in Countcrfeits of my Pdis
I am determinad lo expoie all infringemcnts upon mv
A List of my Local Agents in Vermont, will be
nublished in most ot the papers printed in that State,
oon as prepared. Purchasers, buy of those .Jgents
ralv, and jou will avoid impositinn.
BENJAM1N BRANDRETK. M D.
241 Broadway N. V
Sole Propritlor of JBrandreWs Vegetable Uii
nrsal I'ills, in the Unilcd Slates of America.
TeDTU IS Sr.LF-EVIDEKT.
p3- In a country so subject as this to sudden chan
ges in the temperature of the atmosphere, it is or the
very greatest imporlance that a stnct watch be con-
.tantly kept upon the very seat of ,e-tho region of ; I NSUJLANCE COMPAN Y, for Middle
Ihe stomach and bowels. It is there the Creator has ' --.,,, j .,: . . ' uu,t
placea the VITAL PKIiS'CIPLES of our existence
and it is through them that the human frame conlinu
lly renews and renovates itself from the natural Ios
es itsustainsby the very action and re-nction of Ihe
life principie. Tbe stomach and bowels may there
fore be called the grand regulatois of the body's
heallh. They sound the atarm when any thing infec
tious has been absorbed they become afTectcd even
wbn the most remote roembers of the body have sus
lained injbry. There sympatby with every ill that
can befall each and all of the corporeal agents, is as
fixed and steady as it is prompt and extensive. It is
only by propcr and timely attention being at all times,
md in all seasons, paid to those MAIN SPRINGS OF
EXISTENCE, the stomach and bowels, so that they
may be supported in their regular functions, that the
changes ot' temperature are rendered less aflecting,
and a state of almost uuinterruptvd heallh can be se
sured. Although the causes which produce and foster dis
jasein Ihe human hodyare very numerons, yel the ef
ictis invariably the same, namely IMPURITY OF
HE BLOOD cd whatever medicine will carry off
K bmurj wfci i have produced this contaminalion
0f the blood rnuit, of necesuty, restore the heallhy
;ondition of the body, and llie suresl saleguard a
ainst protracted iniiimity aud premature dccay.
It is needless to recapitulate here, all that has from
me to time been adduced to prove the efficacy of
BrandrellCs Vcgctabh Universal Pills,
onc and successful experiment has continccd even
.ic most sceptical, that it is llie only Medicine calcu
ated for the c.rtain cure and prevention of disease,
usthousandsand tens of Ihousands have been rcstorcd
ohealthandhappmess under its beneficial auspices,
who have been pronounced as incurable by physicians
of the first standing, and in many cases whcn cvery
sther lemedy had been resorU d to in vain.
In all cases of pain and weakness, whellicr it be
chronic or recent nhether it be dcafncss or pain in
Ihe side, whether U arises from constitulional or some
ither cause whether it bc-from lnlernal or cxternal
"niury. the disease is always suro to be eradieated by
lersevering inthe use of these Pills. rheir jsafety
ii all the various stages of existence from hclpless
nfancy to old age has long heen subject of especial
-ommendalion and wonder and the fact that the
app.kaUonofVEGET.iBLE PURG.mVES is un
attcnded by the lea'itinconvcnience, and that no par
(icular attention is requireJ at the time that the Pills
are taken, eithcras regatds dietor action, constitutos
of it seir onc of the most important bcnefits ever be
stowed on mankind.
The grcat business of " Purgwg" in times or sick
lessiibeeinninglobeproperly apprecialed, and ex
tnsivclyunderslood. Common Setise (that unerring
uide w-hich not only the atts of selfish practitioners
can inislead.) has lound that itis much more conven
ienttotakeanoccasionaldoseof Piils, and thereby
ensure UNINTEKRUPTED H EjJLTH, than to
submit to being ble i. blistered or salivated, wilb the
certalnty that if Death do not immedialely rollow
months and perhaps years ofunuterable suffenngs will
Ue entailed;and that the only individualprofited by the
treatment is the Doctor. .....
ItisalsotceW tcorlhy of considtratwn. that Ihe
principie of purging with Brandreth's Pi ls removes
lothing but the uselcss and dccayed particles from the
bodv the morbid and corrupt hnmors of the blood
A-bich generallj impede the funct.ocs of the hver
vhen they settle upon that organ produce rbeuma
sm whcn thevsettle upon the musc esgout when
jiev settle upon the nervesconsumption whcn they
settle upon the lungs ; costivcness when they settle
opontheintcstines-apop exy, nar. a.iu uu u
train ot melancholy disorders so fatal to the sufferer,
when these settla upon the lining of the blood vcssels.
The depravity Qt thehumors isauu me uiuucunie
-ause orinlermnieniicci3aw- 0
i . .i t r fnntininiKi mhcrm tn
is renuireu uuiine coiuav.i v-..-.6. .
produce bilious, yellow, scailet, and the like kind
Itmust, therefore appear self-evident that purging
Ihefoulhumorsfrora the body is the only True and
Efiective means of curing and preventing these com
nla;nt nml everv other form of disease; for as it re
quire the tempest and the tornado -to bring about a
state or punty ns me ocrau nu "
been stagnant, so will it require repeated evacuations
bv the box'els, before the blood can be rclieved of ils
iccumulated impurities, anu isature leu iree to resiore
every organ to its proper healtny acuon. uui jci
-ven whcn inis has Deen uune n i iuiju5siuic
those who lake little exercise to enjoy per.'ect hcallh,
unless they occasionally make use or vegetable purga
tivemediciue; for the conduits of the blood are there.
eby kcpt freo rrom those impuriue3 wnicn wouia pre
ventits steady current minist ering heallh morbid h
m..r nrp nrcventcd from beco minc ruixed wilh it, an
nature is Ihus assisted through the means and outlines
which shc had provlded lor hersell.
Cc-BEWARE,and NEVERPurchase Brandre.th'i!
Pills without the sellercan exhibit, the Ceitificate al
luledto at thecommencement of this adversisement,
and do not forget that PEDLRS NEVER have the
BENJjiMlW IJKjJISDK. i n, m. u.
Sole Proprielorof BrandrellCs Vegetable Uni
versal Pills, inlhe Uniled Stutes of Anierica.
JONATHAN HAGAR, Agent, Middlebury
Vermont. 105 lY
-tL 3 rivalled as
Also, for Rhcumatism, nEafQ C
Lamenoss or pains in Iho sides. limbs or
back; for acrofulous swellings, scurvy sorcs,
Fresh wounds; and for a general Family
Plaster orsalve. For Corns, moreovcr try
it; pare elose, persevore in the use by making
a new applicalion occasionally, and in time,
vour corns will be cured. 3G:ly
B"ARSHALL'S SNUFF is slill curing
M. "p the Catarrh and the varous diseas
es of the head, as well as sore cyes, in all
parts of the country, and sustaining the rcp
jtation which it has long since gained, of be
ing absolutcly thc bcst cclubrated article in
Eachbottlecontain3 three times the quan
tity of one of those which are ofTored at "on
ly twemy-five cents," and is therefnre a
much cheapcr, as wcll as bcttcr article. 36
MANUFA C TURING, CLOTII DRES
THE subscriber will continuc to carry on
the above business at thc old stand of 0
Jewett Esq. wherche will be happy to serve
his old patrons and thc public gcnerally.
Uaving fittcd up his tnachinery in the best
possible manncr, he lccls sale in assunng
them that their work will be done in the besl
manncr. and on the most reasonable lerms.
New Haven, East Mills, June, IS40.5.
TP 0 R GOD Fleece WOOL.
... , , T Af CHAPM AN.
Middlebury, June 29th, 1840. 85 tf
rTlIE subscriber has been appoinlod
-3- Acent for thc IIARTFOUn FFHF.
J a,lu "u,,lVi u"u wiu reccive propo-
"i lur iiisurni" properiv ajrainst ln.ns nr
damage by Fire. The long established
reputation of this company, anrj thc
promptness with which all their transac
tions have been characlcriscd rendcr it
unneccssary to say anything in its favor.
All business connected with the officein
trusted to him will be faithfully and punc
JONATHAN HAGAR, Agent.
Middlebury, Fcb. 26, 1841. 42;ly '
Cast Steel Axes.
glMMOXS &. CO'S Cast Slcel Axes,
"y just received and for salo by
Jan. 12, 1841.
L E B U R Y
FANCY FLAGG CHAIRS.
.Cane Scat, do.
Superior Wood, do.
Common dining, do.
Raised seatRocking do.
.Common do. do.
iust received and for sale at low priccs
cash by Z. Ufc.UIitt 1 1 11.
Middlebury, Nor- 30. 1840. .
DR. A. SHERMAN'S .
&5-Children or adults cau take medicine in
this form without difficulty. It is the only
way to make it pleasant yet discovered.
0OPurchasers will please observe that the
name"A. Shehman, M. D." is on each hox.
SHERMAN'S COUGH LOZENGES.
IS Lozengcs are sealed, and havo "A
S h e r m a n, M. D." on the side of
the box- They are the safest, most sure and
effectual remedy for coughs, colds, cousump
tians, whooping cough, Asthma, tightness of
the Lungs orchest, &c. J-c. The proprieior
has never kuown an instance whero they did
not give porfect satisfaction. Several thoti.
sand boxes have been sold within the last three
months restoring to health, persons in almost
every stage of consumption, and those labor
ing under thc mosl dislres.iing cold and coughs.
They do not check and dry up the cough, but
ronder it casy, promotc cxpectoration, allay
thc tickling or irritatiun, and rcmovcthc prox
imate or exciting cause. They aro made from
acombination ofthe most vrluable c.xpcc'.orant
for cough medicines, and are undoubiedly su
perior to every thing in use for those com
plaints. Hundreds of certificates have been
offcrcd of their wonderful virtues, from those
who have been saved from an untimcly grave,
and restored to porfect heallh by Uiing them.
Dose. Onc lozengc is a dose for an adulf, and
may be repeated from three to six limcs a dav,
usrequircd. Children, eight years old, half of
one: four years, a quarter, and so in proportion ,
Very small children or infants will tuke them 1
best dissolvcd in a little waler. Should they '
act as an smclic, or produce nausca, iho dose
must he lesscned to what thc stomach will bcar.
Half of one will gcnerally be sufiicient to lake
before breakfast, as Ihesiomach is more easily
sickened. No ill cffects can orisc from an
over dose, as it will cause tho stomach to ro-
jcct it; and although not a pleasant sensation,
will be found to give relief. V hero thero is
much pain in tho breasl or side one of Shcrman's
Poor Main's Plasiers should bo applied ovcr
tho part, and worn till rclieved. If atlcnded
with costivcness, a few cathartic or laxativc
Lozenges, or any mild cathartic medicine
should bo uscd as occasion rcquires. Sold at
tho Variety Storo, by PANGBORN & Bbins
aid, Jewellers, Burligton, Vt. wholesalo at
UL'nts. A hbcral discount to merchants who
uy to sell again. For sale by J. DrAR.
POOR MAN'S PLASTER.
NLY 12 J cents each. Fnch plastor has
printcd on thc back ot it, "Sherman's
Poor man's plaster." It is the dest stregthen
ing plaster in tho world, and asovereign rem
edy for pain or weakness in the back, loins
side, brcast, ncck, limbs, joints, rhcumatism,
lumbago, &c. &c. One million a year will
no supply the demand. They will require a
little warming before application. Warrantcd
superior to all others, and for one quarter the
usual price, making not only tho best, but the
chcapcst plaster in thc world. It affords relief
in a few hours, and makes astonishing cures.
In liver complaint and dyspcpsia, it should be
worn ovcr tho rcgiou of tho liver or stomach
and it will afford grcat and astonishing relief
(n coughs, colds asthmas, difficulty of brcath
ing, opprcssion of the chest or stomach, they
will immediately soothc, and greatly bcnclt
he patient. Persons of scdentary habits, or
ihose obligcd to stand much, will rcceivc dcci
dcd support from or.o of tho truly,strengthning,
plasiers. Physicians gencrally rccommend
them, in prnfercncctoall others, bccanse they
stick or adhcrc better and afibrd greater relief.
In their opcration they are stimulanl, tonic,and
anodync. They are composed of entirely dif.
erent ingrcdicnts from any other; and known
from the cxperience of millions, who havo us
ed them, as wejl as thc unitcd tcstimony, of all
thc celebrated and distinguishcd clcrpy and
physicians, to be thc most uscful and highly
mcdicatcd plaster, cvcriinvented or ofTered lo
the public. Several persons havo cahed at the
ware house to cxprcss their surprise and thanks
at the almost miraculous cnres thcsr plasters
havo effected. Onc rmn who had been afilict
ep with rheumatistu, as to bo unable to dress
himself without assistancc, was enablcd alter
wearing onc, only one night to gei up alone in
thc morning, put on his clothes and call atour
ofiico with eyes beaming with joy and his
tonguc pouring fonh tho gladness of his heart,
ot the sudden and signal reliefhc had received
from this best of all remedies. Ask for Dr.
Shcrman's' Poor Man's Plaster. It is so call
ed, bccause tho price places it in the power of
all to purchase, being only 12J ets. Sold at
he variety store by Pangborn Brinsjiaid,
Jewellers, Burlington, Vt. wholesale ogents.
A liberal lisccrxit t j merchants who buy to scll
again. Pmiljby J. Dtar. 35;ly
THE copartnership herctoforc existing be
tween Eph. Spaulding', 2d and Ira Yale,
habeen, by mutual conscnt, dissolveu.
E. SPAULDING, 2d.
Thc undcrsigned havo entered into copart
nership, under the firm of Case 4 Spaulding,
and will continue the business of manufactur.
ing LIME, and MARBLE, attho stand, lately
occupied by Spaulding and Yale. and will keep
on hand limeandstone marblc in various forrns
lo accommodato customers.
ABEL P. CASE,
EPHRAIM SPAULDING, 2d.
Middlebury. Sept. 25, 1840. 20;tf
Live Geese Feathers.
SOO lbs.Live Geese Fenthers,
For le at 'i BIRGE'S.
P E O P L E .S
A & W. S. JOHNSON
ESPEGTFULLY inform tho inhab
itants of Middlebury and its viciriity
that they are uow receiving a genoral assorl
consisting in part as follows :
Old Hyson, 1
5tfc3 n...5!,': a jid&Of
U XOUnS llVSOn. I mr i
Loaf and Brown Sugars,
Spiccs all kinds,
Cofiee and Starch,
Baisins and Currants,
Citron and Figs,
Smoking fine cut do.
Choicc Wines and Spirits,
Bcst Winterand Fnll Sperm Oil,
O'Flanagan's Linsecd, by the gallon or
3w. Genesec Flour,
OijB Fish all kinds,
Liverpool bag Salt,
Lake Dunmore Window Glass, at Factory
Nails Cut and Wrought,
Pails by tho Dozen or single,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
" Walking shocs
Calf skin slioca,
All of which will be sold low for casb, or
most kinds of produce.
June 8, 1840. 5;ly.
And all Diseases ofthe Lungs.
THE VEGETABLE PULMONARY BALSAM
is believed lo be deservedly thc most popular Aled
cine ever known in America, foi coughs, colds, aithma
or phthisic, consuniptiou, whooping cough, and Pul
monary affections ef every kind.
The Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam has been very
exlensirely used for about twelve years ; and its
reputation has been constantly increasing. So unirer
sally popular has this article became that it may now
be considered as a standard article in a large part ol
the United States and Dritish Prorinces. Many fami
lies keep it constantly by them, considering it the
most safe as well as certain. Thc proprielors barc
received, and are recciviug numerous recommenda
tions fiom many of our best Physicians, who make
useofit in their practice. The names ofa few indi
viduals who have given their teatimony in favor of
this article are here subjoined, and for a more full ac
count see the envelope to the bottJe.
Doct. Arnory Hunting,
" Thomas Brown,
' William Perry,
Exlract or a Ietler rrom Mr.
Doct. Samuel Morrill,
" Timolhy Eaylies,
" Jere. Ellsworth,
C. S. Clay. Kineston.
Ulster county N. Y., to the proprietors
Yonrs of Ihe 9th inst. was duly received. A re
markable cure was erlected by thc Vegetable Pulmo
nary Balsam, in Ihe Winter and Spiing of 1835. The
person, Jlr. Moody, had heen sick a long time with
the consumption. He was reduced so low as to be
unable to help himself, and was raising a large quan
tity of blood, when he commenccd usini the Balsam,
which effected a completu cure. and he is now as hale
and hearty as ever he was. Mr Moodv has removed
rrom this town, but he has prnmised me a mors de-
tailed account of his case, which I will rorvvard vou.
C. S. CLAY
Kingston, N. Y. June 23, 183S. ' '
Argyle, Nova Scotia.
In Ihe winter or 1837 and 1838, wasseized with
a violent cough, which continucd two or three months
My cough was so severe that I was obliged lo sit up
in bee two or thtce hours during the night, and I was
much reduced in flesh and slrenglh, and my appelile
gone. One ormy neighbors had a hottle or tha Vege
table Pulmonary Balsam, which he would not sell.
He however loaned it lo me till I could procure him
another. I experienced immediate lelier fiom it.
The first opporlunity 1 had I procured more of it, and
to the use of it I ascribe the preserration f my life.
JAMES W. LENOX.
Dec. 17, 1838.
COUNTERFEITS. BEWARE OF I.MPOSI
Each genuine boltle is enclosed in a Mue wrapper
on which is a label, signed bj Sampson Reed
NONE OTHER CAN BE GENUINE.
(j3-The oulside Yellow Label will have, on and
afler December 1S39, in addition to that ot Sampsnn
Reed, the signature of Wm. Jown CtJTi.En, one ot
The great celebrily of the Vegetalle Pulmonary
Balsam has been the cause of attempts to introduce
spurious 2rticles which partially assuming the narce
of tbe genuine, are calculated to mislead and deceire
the public Amcnir these mixtures are the "American
Pulmonary Balsam," "Vegetable Palmonary Balsamic
oyrup, "finmonary ualsam, "Carttr s Uompouna
Pulmonary Balsam," and others. Purchasers should
enquire for the true article by its whole namc THE
VEGETABLE PULMON.illY BALSAM, and see
that it has the marks and signature? of the cenuine.-
Each bottle and seal isstamped "Vegetable Pulmo
OO-One more CotJNTEnFEiT, bcsides the
"American Pulmonary Balsam," and others above
aluded to ! An attempt has been made lodecme the
public by a spurious mixture called " Vegetable Pul
monary Balsam," somctimcs signed Samuel Lee and
sometimes Sampson Lee said )o be prepared by an
unprincipled man in Bangor Mc, The name is
written in a way to resemble the genuine signatare
and isa bae attempt to deceiye the public and ayoid
the punisbment that awaits actual forgery.
For sale by REED, WING & CUTLER, (late
Lowe and Reed) wholesale dealers in Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints and Dye SlufB, No. 51 Chalham St.
Boston. and by Druggists and country raercbanti
generally in New England, and in the principal places
tnroughout the United States and British Piovinces.
Price 50 cents. Sold by S. MO ODY.
Middlebury Vermont. 15:1 y
Wf- R JAMES MORISON, the HYGEIST, died
A at an advanced age, tbe 10th or May last at
Paris, vv here he had reslded for eouie time superin
tendinga branchor the British College of Health, I
London. M 1
The College at London has been for somp timA nn.
der tbesupervision of
JOHJV& &LEXJUWER MOZlSOJsr,
otji of the celebrated-Hygeist and t ho buiineu w
expericnce no intcrruption. as hey are now the only Case of Susac Goodarant, a voung unmarrics wo
personslivingwhopossess theknowedge of all he ! man-subject lo ill-health several years:-a small
mateiials and their proportion, ,tued m makmg the course of the Life Medicines entirely restored ier
" world renowned" vegetable Medicine called ,s now hale and healtbv.
MoriSOn's Pills. J CasoofMiss Thoma's, daughter ofEli Thomas
Every Packet sold in Vermont and in the towns bor- uBh and symptom in four
dering on Lako Champlain in the State of New York , Mt$"nar attackofinflam
wil. be signed with Pen and Ink, by Me. Pang- , ,
Kr.m& Br nsmaid. Jewellers, ot tne vaneiy aiore,
Bur'ington Vt. who are State Agents, and signed also
hv tbe sub acents selline them. Rcmetnber this if
you wish to get the genuine article.
GEO. TAYLOlt, Hygeist,C4 Broadway, N. Y.
a newspaper forgraluitous circulation, 13 to b& issucd
rrom the General Depot Tor the United States, Tor
the Medicine and publications or the British College
or Health, London at 94 Broadway, New York,
wherc all ordersandcommunications relitive to Ihe
nusiness mustbcjddressed. Thirty thousand of each
bumber will be distributed through the United Sta'es.
Its chief object will bo to disseminate the opinions
oht.irculati the lheorvof the late James Mori-
r. F.sn.. MhR fonnder or Ihe British CoIIece of
Healtb) and of other learned and eminent supporters
ol thenow universally approved Hygean doctrine and
practice. DR. GEO. TAYLOR, Hygeist.
94 Broadway, New York.
United States Agent.
PANGBORN & BRINS.MAID.
Ofthe Variety Storo, Burlin'lon, Vt., State Agent.
Soldbyj. Hayir, and E. Maxham, Middlebury,
ETHE subscribers, grateful for thc extensive
M patronage they have received in tho bu
snlieit a contlnuance of the public favor.
They have, at a great expensc, added all the
improvements to their cstablishment that are
requisite to make the works as pcrfcct for the
manufacturc ofGoods, as can be made in their
cxperience and iudgment- They havo put in
,hC FALLIMG STOCK FULL1MG-MILLS,
the samo as are used in fulling Broad Cloths
which add greatly to the firmncss and durabili.
tv of tho Cloth.
They would say to tho Farming corara anity
that this lSstabltsnmeni was duiii. pariicuiany
for them, and as long asthcy sustain it by their
nntronase. tho sibscribcrs pledge themselves
hat it shall bc faithfully cmployed for their ben
inthe tnanufacturo ofsuch goods as every
a.i wants for his own wear. They do not in
icti that their goods shall be cqualled by any
other cstablishment, in point of real vnlue.
A. SPALDING & CO.
Middlebury, May 1, 1840.
PRICES OF WOOLENS.
A. Spalding Xs Co.'s prices for manufactur
ing tho following goods, all colors ilycd in the
wool and made pcrmanent.
Sheep's Gray not colorcd 0c,ts.3,
nmliife Hairback mixcs, fine flnish 33 cts
Steel.La vendcr,and Cadet mixes, extra
timsli, 42 cio
All common colors do. do. 42 di
Cassimeres, various colors and mixes, ex-
tralinisli ou ao
Satlinets do. dn. do. wetind
warp trom 35 5 do
White Flanncl dressed 2 o
Colored do. do. Comm .con 6d. ded
"olorcd Maddcr 1 Scarle IJeoOc" da
WHO WAMTS BETTER EVIDEMCE.
rgk WOULD refer the reader to the numerous vol
IJL untarv Ietters published rccenlly in this paper and
in tbe Good Samaritan relative to the happy aud bene
ficial cllicts oTthe admimstration ot
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS & PHENEX BITTERS.
Those who have perused the Ietters above rererred
lo will observe that in almost every case they attesl
the Tact, that no inconvenience of any sort attcnds the
taking of these medicines, in ordinary cases, but that
the paticnt, without fecling their operation, is univer
sally left in 4 better state of heallh than was experien
ced previous to being afllicted with disease ; and in all
ceses or acute sufliring, great relief is obtained In a
few hours, anda cure is generally ellecled in two or
In cases ofF EVER orevcry description, and allbil
lious afTt'Ctions, it is unneccssary ror me to ssy aught,
a3lbeieve the LIFE MEDICINES aro nuwuniver
sally admitted to be the most speed and efil-clu.il cure
cxlant in all diseases of that class.
The life Medicines are also a most excellent rchcf in
aflections orthe Liver and Bowels, as has been proved
in hundreds of cases where patients have come for
ward and requested that their experience in taking
them inight be published for the benefit ofothcri. I
their "operation in such cases, they restoie the lone ol
the tomach, strengthen the digeslive organs, and in
vigoiate the general functions of the whole body and
Ihus become to bothsexes (for they are perfectly adap
ted to each) an invaluable means or preventing disease
ed restoiinc health.
In afleclions olthe head, whetheraccompar.ied wilh
pain and giddiness, or marked by Ihe giievious calam-
ity ol impaireu memai energy; in paipuauon 01 me
heart, flaiulence, loss or appetite and strength, and
the multiplied symptoms o( disordered digestion, the
Life Mediciues will bc round to possess the mostsalu
Constitutions relaxcd, weak, or dccayed, in men or
women.are under the immediate influence orthe Lire
'Medicines. Old coughs, asllnnaH. and consumptive
habils, are soon telieved and .peedily cured. Poverty
of blood, and cmaciatcd limbs will ere long meet the
happiest chango ; the chill watery fluid will become
rich and balsamic, and tbe limbs be covered with fksh
Grm and healthy.
Nervous disorders of evcry kind, and from whatever
oau3e arising, fly before the efihctsof the Life Medi
cines, acd all tbe train of sinkings, anxieties. and tre
mors whicb so dreadfully afTect Ihe weak, the seden
tary, and the dehcate, will in a sborl limebesucceed
d by cheerfulness, and every presage ofhealth. ,
For weakness, deficicncy of natural strensth. and
relaxation ofthe vessels, by loo frequent indulgence of j
tbe passions, this medicine is a sale, certain and in
Those who have long resided in hot climates, and
ire Ianguid and relaxed in their whole system, may
lake the Life Medicines with the happiest efiects; and
pesons retnoving to the Southcin blates or West lu
dies cannot store a more .important article of health
The followine cases areamong tbe most recent cure
eflected and gratefully acknowelged by the persons
Case of Jacob C. Hunt, New Windsor N. Y. A
dreadful tumor destroycd nearly Ihc whole or the face
nose and jaw. Experienced quick relief from the use
of the Life AleCicines, and in less than three months
was entirely cured. Case reported with a wood en
trravinir in a new pamphlet now in nress.1
Case orThos. Purcell, Sen'r 84 yeais of ageMvas
afllicted 18 yeats with swelllngs in hi3 legs was en
tirely cured bj taking 4Z pills in 3 weexs.
Case of JoanDaullon. Aberdeen Ohio rheumatism
five years is enU'reiy cured has used the Life Medi
cines for worms in children and found them a sover-
e'gCaseTr Adah Adams, Windsor, Ohio; rheamatism
gravel, liver affections, general nervous debility had
been confined seven y"TwZ!?'?? JZn f J
by takin? a box of pills nd a bottle of bitterg, a mosl
.i.olSirarv cure sho is now a very healthy anr
"bS?wS-aUestedbyherhusband Shubel d
l.l fpvnr in fpivd.... . .. .
..-.. .... u.,3UJ inei.iie flteuicines.
Case of Harrie 1 wogood, Salina N. Y -was in a
very low state of health a year and a half-did not ex
pect to recover. Miss T. is now able to walk about
and is fast recovering health and strength.
Case ofBenjamin J. Tucker severe case of fever
and acuc cured in a very short space of time. Di
rections rolloived strictly.
Extraordinarycase ol Lyman Pratt. who was af
flicted wilh phlliisic 20 years eflected a perfect cura
In 24 hours by the use orthe Life Medicines.
Thousands of persons afllicted in like manner have
by a judicious use of Moffit's Life Pills and Phenix
Bitters, been restored tothe enjoyment ofall the com
lorts of life. The bitteis are pleasant to the taste and
smell. gently astiinge the tibres of the stomach, and
give that propcr lensity which agood digeslion re
quires. as nothmg can be better adapted to help and
nourish tbe conslilution, so there is notbiiig moro
gcnerally acknowledped to be peculiarly efBcacieus
in all inward waslings, loss of appetite, indigestion,
depression of spirits. trembling or shaking cf thehands
and limbs, obs!iiiate cough, shortness of thebreath, 01
consumptive ha' its.
The Life Medicines pcsscss wonderful efficacy in
-11 nervous disorder?. lils. headaehps. ivpalrnpc
heaviness and lowness of spirits, dimness of .sight,
confuscd thoughts, wanderinz of the mind. vnnnura
aud melancholy, and all kinds or hysteric complain!
aicgiauuauj rcmuveu d-meir use. in sickness 01
the stomach, flatulencies orobstruction?. !hiv re safa
and ponerful, and as apurifyer ofthe blood iheyhavo
noi ineir equai in tne world:
For additional particulars ofthe above, see wlfoflat'
Good Samaritan.' a codv of which accomoames the
medicine; a copy can afwavs be obtained of the dif-
ferent Agents who have the medicine fer sale.
Preparedand sold bv WILLIAM B. MOFFAT.
373 Broadway, New York. A hberaldeduclion mads
lo tnose who purchase to sell again.
or.GENTS The iife Medicines may also be had
any ofthe principal drurgisls meverytown Ihro
out the Uivted States. and "ihe Canadas. Ask forMof
rat's Life Pills and Phenix Bitters; and be uro thita
fac simiiie of John Moflat's signature is upou the label
oneach bottle of Bitters or box of Pills.
Theso valuable medicines aro for sale by SIDNEY
MOODY, Agents, Middlebury, Vt., and bv
ROBERT MOODY, General Agent. Burlington.
CCrTo wh om allordeni rr.us bedirected pot
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES.
JUST received and for fale, by .MOODV & ADAMS
Middlebury, a few linxcs ol Rrynnhl's and Parme
ly s celebralcd Frinale Health Ktijtoratire. It it ds
igued particuUrly fnr the disrnes peeuliar to thc ta
niale cnustiiutinn. A more elHcient remedy of tbi
kiod, has long been wantcd, Ss u.any of thoe dUeass
have batiled the skill of the ruost eminent phyfticians
and all tbe remedies heretnfnre in ue bave prored in
efTectual, in thousands of coes. This medicine inva
riably rcmoTcs obstruction, rcgutates, m most casti
of painful, too rrcqucnl, or )rofuse menctrnatinn, and
has cured the uiost nbtinate caes of Flunr Albas, rr
whitcs. And ai a molhcr'j relief. it is not cqualed by
jny otbenneilicine. It is not a cathartic, but tonir,
strengtbemnz, and rrstnriiij the syttem to a healllir
action. It ii recnmmended by many of the most emi
nent physicians in the United Slates. Doct. J. Murri
son from Colerain Mass. wlio has practiced medicine
lome 20ears at Oneilia.N. V. i in r.l3ii'i.n 1.. it
"That it is tbe best medicine now in use. In cases ol
etention or euppression nl the tuenses, I think it will
jusuin the appellation ofsieeifle. I have tried it in
Ihe worsl ca.es, nith jdmirable suceess, and I wish foi
tlieeood of jtillVrinr femj.'es. that all nlii.ii-in. ...... 1. 1
intrndnce il in llieir jiraclice, and I 1,.,,-e rnnliJcnce tc
belicvc they wi.nlil rind hapiy reul'.,as I have founj
the pills 10 answer fully cheif rtcninmci.datinn." l)r.
K. K. Uavi. J racuse. tells a simil.r tiry, aud many
nthers. Forfurtlierinforinatimn 011 aru rrfpin . m lt.
jicrsnns whose names areannexed t our jhnw-bill, nil
4lsn topaiuphlcts left with our agents. for eratuitnui
listribution. Price 2 ullr . , ,, ,, ,,i . arr
y 100 pills. Prepaicd an.l !, wholesale nij rrlail
by Keynnlds and Parmely Pitl.rord Alonrnn Ci tl Y.
old also by T aud T White nml Oi, ItutlJinl, D II
Meacbra M O Wallintford, Jackom and Kutchain
Brandon. F Huntington Vrrsrnnrs. Doct Peck Hurlin.-
nn, A K Vail anil L.o llanbt.I) Andrews .Manchr.ter
MerrillandV I) Sjiiegel Ueuiiiutou and Willisnn r.d'
A Farm for sale.
rHIE subscrthpr ofiers for
Siilcthu well known farm
formt-rly ownud by Dr. Wm.
Havs, l:iviiij 011 tho old road tr
Rutland, two mile snnili i-a.-t ofthe villjie of
Middlcb'.iry. Said f':irm is :is plinsantiy sit tn -ted
as any in thc lown contitinin; nbont two
huudrcd acirs of land is wt-ll wnlnn-d and
wooded. a plonlv of Ibnciii"; limbpr tlirpn bnrns
it sooil dwcllinn hntisc :ind ond shcd 30 bv 24
in good ri'pair. For furthcr particulars en
qtiire of Amos Matihews, t Nc;w HnvtMi. or
or thn subscrib r. MAIICY UEEO.
Middlebury. Feb 25,1941. 43;tf
'HE suhscribt;r:s now receiving a Inrge as
which will be so!d low for cash or credit.
(ttPleasc cail and examiim before buying
clsnwherc. A. FilANClS.
' March 30, 1841. 47;tf
- N(3v Spring Goods.
CBIRGE has rt-ccivcd a most sp'cndid
FANCY AND STAPLE
selected with great cnre. and comprisin? ihe
greatest variely ia style and pattern ever otTered
in this maiket fir cash only, nnd at prices to,
suit the times.
April 6, 1841. 4S:tf
THE subscriber informs his friends and
formor cusiomers, that he has so'far re
covered thc use of his hand as to bo ablo to
resort again to his former occupation. All
calls in his business will be promptly attcndod
to, as hcretofore. ,
CHAIILES W. PETTES.
Middlebury, April 25, 1841. ! I51?3
IHEREBY certify that I havo given to
my son, ASA ALLEN FULLER, hts
time to transact business for himself as if of
Iawfulafe. and that I neither claim any of his
earnings prevlqas or subsequent to his date.
Middlebury, April 15, 1841. 5S
; , ...,-' , "c c' a"acic oi scar-
new sprin6 mum.