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THE MIDDLEBURY PBOPLB'SPJR ESS,
iCfc A Frneh Bedsteads. with and wilh'
ale low ny,
. Jan 11, 1P41.
just received and lor
Sick Headache Remedy.
the permanant curo of this destress
JC ing complaint, never fails. Wbein per
severed ln. it efiectualliy renovates the sys
cm, nnd does away the cause oftho Sick
nd Nervous Headacae. Thousands have
tried it, and found prcciscly the relief which
iha article Dromiscs to beslow. Uettmcairs
f the stroncest kind, and (rom the most re
anectable Dersons. are in tho possession of
tlio nrobrietor. some of wnich have fleen
published, testifying to the permanent cure
i nd olhers to the immediate relief given by
this remedy. ltafTords relief to tho ufilicted
in 15 or 20 mioutes from tbe first dose. It
laken when tho symptoms of an attack are
first felt, Jt prevents the further progress of
the complaint, and can produce no dangerat
any time by an cxcessive dose; as in such a
case it would Uirow ott tne contents ot tne
stomaeh, leaving it sweet and healthy wilh an
nxce ent anDcltte. AII athtcted wilh tbe
headache should not fail toprocure the aiti
clc, and relieve themselves ffora so distress
Physicians have in many instances given it
to their patenls, and in every instance, to our
knowledge.with grcat satisfaction have found
it a certain cure. Sick and Nervous Head
ache is a complaint with whieh physicians do
not wish to have any thing to do, and genor
ally prescribe only for temporary relicl : con
sequently, Dr.Spohn's Sick Headache Rem
cdy escnpes the opposition which some other
propiielor's articlcs meet from that sourcc.
Try it once and you never will regrel it.
ll is composed entireiy ot Vcgetaules, and
conlains no rnineral, or poisonous drug of any
kmd, and does not require any clmngo of dr
ot or excrcise.
Sold wholesale and retail by Comstock &
Co. wholesale Druggtsts, 2 Fletcher st. N.
Y., and by the principal Druggists in the Un.
on. For sale by S. Moodv, Middlebury, Yt.
Nerve and Bone Liniment.
This article is offercd to the public as a
never failing cure for the Rheumalism, and it
has for a numberof years sustaiued its iep
utatinn, and accomplished cures which had
defiled thepower of evcry other article. In
nciilc and recent cases, the relief is invariable
after ono or two applicationsof tho liniment
and in chronic Rheumalism, the cases of cure
are numerous. It is truly a remedy that
rcaches the nerve and lone with Ihe most hap
Sold wholesale and retail by Comstock &
(,'0. wholesale Druggists, 2 Fletcher et- N.
T., and by the principal Druggists in the Un'
lou. Sold by S. Moodt. 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
the cure of-the following discases : Con
sumptiou and Liver Complaint, Fcmale cenv
plaints, Spitting of Blood, Nervous diseases
and weakness. Sold by S. MOODY.
Middlebury, Yt. 20
CIT1ZEMS OF VERMONT
N order to secure to ou the true Brandrtth
L J'esetaile Univasal Pillt, ihe sale of them in
our State will be conducted in ihe following mann er
uut onc i ravcllins Agent, Mr JUnn o. LAINCj
I.EY, will visit the State, whose authority to act for
sie, will be made mantfest, by his proaucing numer
JU9 c crlifieates, signed w iih a pen by roe, wilh my
"amily arms erubossed opon a paper and a finely exe
culed view of my Manufactory in New York State,
Local jigents.by observing this, need aever be- im-
oosed npon oy l'edlars.
Every Local Agent, furnished wilh the Genitine
Dills, will have one of those aforemenlioned . Cerrifi
:ates put up in his Store. Obssrve that it is signed
vith a pen, B. Brandrelh, Jlf. D. And that my Ka
aily Arms are embossed npon the paper.
See that the dalt thereof is engraved.
XJ-NoCertiSrate is anyguaranlee that the bolder
tells genuine 1'ills after one jear from tbe engraved
CCJ- Purchasers by observing this need nerer be
Tnposcd upon by Local or Travelhng Traders who
laveno more principle tban to deal in Counterfeit
lledic;ne. See the reading on the side of each box,
ind never forget to ask for this Cerlificale of Agency.
Th-. aforementioned Travelling A-;erit will make
frequent calls upon Local Agents, furnishing them
from time to time with supplies of the Genuine Bran.
drcth's Pill; from my Principal New England Of
ff, 19 Hat.over" Street 19 BOSTON.
ICT No Pills will be sold from me to retail in Ver
mont but to Local Agents, therefore, 6hould othets,
iot holding my Certificates of Agcncy, piofess to
iave Ihe Genuine Brandretti's Pitie, beliere them not .'
One word to traffickers in Countcrfeits of my PiKs.
1 am determinad to expose all infringemenls upon my
A List of my Local Agents in Vermont, will be
iblished in most ot the papers printed in that State,
.ion as prepared. Purchasers, huy of those -tfgenta
nlr, and you will aroid impositinn.
BENJAM1N URANDRETK. M D.
241 Broadway N. V.
Sole Proprietor of Brandrelli's Vegelable Uni
ttrsal Fills, inthe United Slalcs of Amerita.
TRCTn IS SRLF-EVIDEET.
5-Inacountrysosubjectasthis to suddcn chan
re in the tcmperature of the atmosphere. it is of the
very greatest importance that a stnct watch bc con-
lianuy Kcpi upon uie very seai oj ttje tho region of
Ihe stomaeh and bowels. It is there the Creatorhas
placed the VITAL PUINCIPLES of our existence ;
and it is through them that the human frame conlinu
lly renews and renovates itself from the natural los
r it su-tains by the very action and re-action of the
life pnnetple. The stomaeh and bowels may thera
forebe called the grand regulatois of the body's
tiealth. Tbey sound the alarm when any thing iafec
?:os has been absorbed they become aflected even
when the most remole members of the body have sus
tained inji,ry. There sympathy wilh every ill that
cin befall each and all of Ihe corporeal agents, is as
nxeo ana steady as it is prompt and extensive. It is
only by propcr and timely attention being at all times
cnd in all seaons, paid to those MAIN SPRINGS OF
EXISTENCE, the stomaeh and bowels. so that
taaybesupportedintbeirregularfunctions, that the
changes of temperature are rendred less affecting
and a sUte of almost uninterrupted health can be se-
Allhouzh the causes which produce and foiter
tase in the human body are very numerous. ytl the ef.
sctis mvanably tte same, namely IMPURITY OF
HE BLOOD- aid whitevemediciBB will carry ofj
ccrt nsncrs Ht have prcduced this contaraiaition
f the blood must, of necessity, restore the healthy
oonditioo ot tbe body, and tne suresl saleguard a
: ainst protracted iniitmty and p'emature decay.
It is needless to recapituhte bere, all that bas from
me to time been adduceu to prove Ihe emcacy ot
BrandretKs Vegetable Universal Pills,
ong and successful experiment has continced cren
e most tcejiucai, uiai 11 13 uie iniy jucuimic caicu
ated for the crlain cure and prevention of disease,
isthousaudsand tens of Ihousands have been restored
.0 health and happmcss under its bene&cial auspices,
nho have been pionounced as incurable by physicians
of the first standing, and in many cases when evcry
other remedy had been resorttd to in vain.
In all cases of pain and weakness, whelher it be
chronic or recent whelher it be deafness or pain in
Ihe side, whether it anses from constitulional or some
Jlher cause whelher it be from internal or external
njury, the disease is ahvays sure to be eradicatcd by
lersevering in the use of these Pills. Tbeir tafcty
i all the various stages of existence fiom helples
nfancy to old age has long heen subject of especial
nmmrnilalion and icontltr and the fact that the
apptication of VEGETjJBLE PURGjITIVES is un
attcnded by tbe least inconvenience, and that no par
ficular attention is requireJ at the time that the Pills
are iaken, eitheras regards ilietor action, constilulos
of itself one of tho most importantbenefits evtr be-
stowcd on mankind.
The great business of " Furgmg" m times of sick
less is begitining lobeproperly appreciated, and ex
tnsively understood. Cammon Sense (ihat unerring
uidp. which not only the arts of selfish ptactitioners
can mislead,) has lound Iha'. it is much more conven
ient to lake an occasional dose of Piils, and thereby
ensure ijxx ir i nnur i cu uruin, uidu m
submit to beine bleJ. blistered or salivatcd, wilh the
certalnty that lf Veath do not immediately follow,
montlis and perhaps years of unuterable sufTerings will
be enlailed;and that the only individualprofitcd by the
treatment is the Doctor. ...
Itis alsotce tcorlhy ot contiatraiwn, that the
nrinrinla of ourc'mc with Braudreth's Pills renioves
inthin? but the useless and decayed particles from the
body the motbid and corrupt hnmors of the blood
A-hieh iri!neralh ijnpede the functiocs of the livcr
hen thev setlle upon inai 01511 i'iuuuii: incuiua
sm when thev settle uuon the muscles gout when
jiey settle upon the nerves consumption when they
hr lunffs : ccstiveness when they settle
upon the intestines apoplexy, paralysis, and all the
'rain nf n.plancholv disorders so fatal to the sufierer.
when these settla upon Ihe lining of Ihe blood vessels.
The depravity ot ihenuaiors isaiso tne immeuiatc
-.ause of intermittentfeversand dysentery as nolhiiig
is required but the conlactor contagious miasma, to
produce bilious, yellow, scailet, and the like kind
levers.as dvsenleryand diarthoea.
It must, therefore appear self-evident that purging
Ihe fnul humors from the body is the only True and
Effeclive means of curing and preventing these com
plaints, and every other form of disease ; for as it re
quires th tempest and the tornado to bring about a
state of purity iu the ocean when its waters have
been stagnant, so will it require repeated evacuations
by the boels, before the blood can be relieved of its
iccumulated impurities, and Nature le.ftrree to restore
every organ to its proper healthy action. But yet
;ven when this has been done it is impossible for
those who lake little exercise to enjoy perfect hcallh,
unlessthey occasionally make use cf vegetable purga
tivemedicine: for the conduits of the blood are there.
eby kept frea from those impuritie3 which would pre
ventiU steady curront minist ering health morbid h
mors are prevented from beco ming mixed with it, an
nature is thus assisted through the means and outlines
which she had provlded for herself.
CC-BEV"ARE,and NEVEIlPurchase BrandrethV
Pills without the sellercan exhihit, the Ceitificate al-
lu led to at the commencement of this adversisement.
and do not forget that -EDIJRS KEVER have the
BENJ.JMIN niUNDRETH, M. D.
Sole Proprietor of Brandrelli's Vegetable Uni
versal Pills, inlhe Uniled Slales of Jlmerica.
JONATHAN HAGAR, Agent, Middlebury
Vermont. 10; ly
MADCUill I !0 Continues , un.
mAKdflALL h rivalled as a
strengthoning Ql flfEHB
Also, for Itheumatism.B finHv I hil8
Lamenoss or pains m Ihe sides. Itmbs or
back; for s?rofulous swe'.lings, scurvy sorcs,
Fresh wounds; nnd for a general Family
Plaster orsaUe. For Corns, moreover try
it: pare close, persevcre in the use by making ,
a new annlication occasionally, and in time, :
your corns will be cured. 36:ly 1
V-tlltll I II K3IIU11,
MARSIIALL'S SNUFF is sttll curing
up the Catarrh and the var'.ous diseas.
es of Ihe head, as well as sore eyes, in all ' will immediatelysoothe, and grcatly benefit
parts of the country, and sustaining the rep-jhB patient. Persons of sedentary habits, or
utation which it has long since gained, of be- those obliged to stand much, will rcceive deci
ing'absolulely the best celebrated article in ded support from or.e ofthe trulv.strengthning,
inis marKct. .
Each boltle contains. three times the quan'
tity oi one oi tnose wntcn are otiereo ai "on-
Iy tweniy-five cents," and is therefnre a
much cheaper, as well as belter article. 36
MANTJFA C TURING, CLOTHDRES-
THE subscriber will continue lo carry on
the above business a't the old stand of O
Jewett Esq. wherehe will behappy to serve
his old patrons and the public generally.
Havtng htted up his machinery in the best
possible manner, he feels safe in assuring
them that their work will be done in the besl
manner, and on the most reasonable terms.
New Haven, East Mills, June, 1840.5.
GOOD Fleece WOOL.
Middlebury, June 29th, 1840. 8; tf
flUIE subscriber has been annoinlcd
ASent for l"e HARTFOUD FIRE
'ouitAINUii UOMPANY, for Middle
bury and vicinity, and will receive propo
sals for insuring property against loss or
aamage by tne. The long cstablished
reputation ol this company, and, the
promptness with which all their Iransac
tions have been charactenscd render it
unnecessary to say anything in its favor.
AU business connectcd with the office in
trusted to him will bc faithfully and punc
lually transacted. -
JONATHAN HAGAR, Agent.
Middlebury, Feb. 2G, 1841. 42;ly
Cast SteeJ Axes.
SWIMONS & CO'S Cast Steel Axep,
just received and for sale by
. Z. BECKWITH.
Jan. 12, 1841.
FANCY FL1GG CHAIRS.
Cane Seat, do.
Superior W'ood, do.
Common dining, do.
Raisc'd seat Rocking do.
Common do. do.
just received and lor saio at low pnces
cash by Z. BECKWITH.
Middlebury, Nov- 33.1840.
1)R. A. SUER5IAN5
ftirChildren or adults cau take medicine in
this form without dimculty. It is the only
way to maKe li pieasnni yci aiscovered.
OCrrurcbasers will please observo that thi
name 'A. oiieujian, M. M" is on cach hor.
SHERMAN'S COUGH LOZENGES.
IS Lozunges are sealed, and havo "A
b h c r m a n, nl. U." on the sido of
the box- rhey are the safest, most suro and
eUcctua remedy for coughs, colds, cousumn
lians, whooping cougb, Asthma. tightness of
the L.ungs or chest, &c. 4-c The proprietor
nas never Ktiown an in.stnnce wliere they dtd
not give perfect satisfaction. Several thou.
sand boxes have been sold wiihin tho last three
montlis restoring to health, persons in almost
uvery stage of consumption, and those labor
ing under ihe most dislressing cold and coughs.
They do not chcck and dry up the cougb, but
rcnder it casy, promotc expectoration, allay
the tickling or irriiatiun, and rcmove ihe prox-
iinate or exciting cause. They are made from
acombination ofthe most vrluabie expcctorant
for cough medicines, and are undoubtedly su
perior to every thing in use for those com.
plaints. Hundreds of certificates have been
ofFered of their wonderful virtues, from those
who have been saved from an unlimely grave,
and restored to perfect health by using them.
Dose. One Iozcnge is a dose for an aduh, and
may be repeated from three to six times a day,
us required. Childrcn, eight years old, half of
one: four years, a quarler, and so in proportion
very smaii cluldren ormlants will take them
best dissolved in a little walcr. Should thev
act as an emetic, or produce nausca, tho dose
must be Icssened to what the stomaeh will bear.
Half ofone will gencrally bo sufncient to take
before breakfast, as thesiomach is more easilv
sickcned. No ill efFects can arise from an
over dose, as it will cause thc .stomaeh to re-
ject it; and although not a pleasant sensation,
will oe lound to give reliet. V hero there is
much pain in tho breast or side one ofShcrman's
roor Matn s rlasters should be applied over
tbe part, and worn till relieved. If atlendcd
with costiveticss, a few cathartic or laxative
Lozengcs, or 9ny mild cathartic medicine
should bo tfsed as occasion requires. Sold at
the Variety Store, by PANGBORN & Bkins-
aid, Jewellers, Burligton, Vt. wholesale at
ints. A liberal discount to merchnnls who
uy to sell again. For sale by J. DrAE.
POOR MAN'S PLASTER.
NLY 12J cents each. Fach plastor has
printed on thc back ol it, "Sherman's
Poor man's plaster." It is the dest slregthen.
ing plaster in tho world, and asovereign rem
edy for pain or weakness in the back, loins
side, breast, neck, limbs, joints, rheumalism,
lumbago, &c. &c. One million a year will
no supply the demand. They will require a
little warming before application. Warranted
superior to all others, and for one quartcr the
usual price, making not only the bcsl, but the
cheapest plaster in the world
It alfjrds relief
t'n a few hours, and makes aslonishins cures.
In liver complaint nnd dyspepsia, it should be
worn over thc regtou ciflbe hver or stomaeh
and h win afrord great and ast0;sh;ng reUef.
In coughs, colds asthmas, difficulty of breath.
inir. onnrcssion of the chest or stomaeh. thev
piasters. rnysicians generally recommend
ithom, in preferenco to all others, bccanse thev
stick or adhere bellerand aUbrd greater relief.
n their operation they are stimuiant, tonic.and
anodyne. They are composed of entireiy dif.
crent mgredtents from nny other: and known
from the experience of millions, who have us
ed them, as well as-the united testimony, of all
the celebrated and dtstinguished clergy and
physicians, to be tho most useful and highly
mcdicated plaster, cvertinvented or ofTered lo
the public. Several persons have caked at the
ware house to express their surprise and thnnks
nt the almost miraculous cnres thcsr piasters
have efTected. One mar. who had been afilict
cp wilh rheumatisui, as to be unable lo dress
himself without assistancc, was enabled after
wcaring one, only one night to gei up alone in
Mig morning, put on his clothcs and call atour
office with eyes beaming with joy and his
tongue pounng forth the gladncss ofhis hcart,
at the sudden and signal relief hc had received
from this best of all remedies. Ask for Dr.
Sherman's Poor Man's Plaster. It is so call-
cd, becausc the price places it in the power of
all to purchasc, bcing only 12h ets. sold at
he vaiiety store by Pangborn & Bbinsmaid,
Jewellers. Burlington, Vt. wholesale agents.
A Ube:al itsccujtt? merchants who buy to sell
again. Fm s.3 by J. DrAR. 35;ly
THE copartnership heretofore existing be
tween Eph. Spaulding, 2d and Ira Yale,
habe en, by mutual consent, dissolved.
E. SPAULDING, 2d.
The undersigned have entered inlo copart.
nership, under tho firm of Case Spaulding,
and will continue the business of manufactur
ing LIME, and MARBLE, atthe stand, lately
occupied by Spaulding and Yale. and will keep
on hand lime nndstone marble in various forois
to accommodate cuslomcrs.
ABEL P. CASE,
EPHRAIM SPAULDING, 2d.
Middlebury. Scpt. 25, 1840. 20;tf
Live Geese Feathers.
O00 Ibs.Live Geese Feathen,
& For sale at " BIRGE'S.
A & W. S. JOHNSON
RESPECTFULLY inform the inhab
itants of Middlebury and its vicinity
that they aro uow rccciving a general assort
consisting in part as follows :
Old Hyson, T
YoungHyson, ( TEA3
Loaf and Brown Sugars,
Spices all kinds,
CofTee and Starch,
Raisins and Currants,
Citron and Figs,
Smoking fino cut do.
Choice Wines and Spirits,
Best Winter and Fall Sperm Oil, .
O'FIanagan's Linseed, by the gallon or
Fish all kinds,'
T. I. Salt,
Liverpool bag Salt,
Lake Dunmore Window Glass, at Factory
Nails Cut and Wrought,
Puils by the Dozen or single,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
' French Slips.
Calf skin sboes,
All of which will be sold low for cash, or
most kinds of produce.
June 8, 1840. 5-iy,
And all Diseascs ofthe Lungs.
THE VEUiiTABLE PULMONARY BALSAM
is helieved to bedeservedly Ihcmost popular Med
cine ever known in Amenca, foi coughs, colds, aithma
or pbthisic, consumptiou, whooping cough, and Pul
monaryafiections ef every kind.
The Vegetable DuImonary Balsam has been very
extensively used for about twelve years j and ils
reputation has bcenconstantly increasing. So univer
sally popular has this article became that it may now
be considcred as a standard article in a laree part oi
itic umiicu owira rtuu jjim.tu ruvinccs. aimy lami
lies keep it constantly by tfccm, considering it the
most safe as well as certain. The proprietors have '
received, and are receiviug numerous recommenda- j
tions fiom many of our best Physicians, who make
useofit in their practice. The names of a few indi
viduals who have jriven their teatimonv in favnr nf
this atticle are here subjoined, and for a more full ac
count see the cnvelopc to tbe boltle.
Doct. Atnory Hunting,
" Thomas Brown,
' William Perry,
Doct. Samuel Morrill,
" Timothy Baylies,
' Jere. Ellsworth,
' Albert Guild.
Extractofaietlerfrom Mr. C. S. Clay,
uisier couniy . x., lo tne proprietors :
Yours of Ihe 9lh inst. was duly received. A re
markable curo was eflected by the Vegetable Pulmo
nary Balsam, in Ihe Winter and Sprtng of 1835. The
person, Mr. Moody, had been sick a long lime with
the consumption. He was reduced so low as to be
unable to help himself, and was raising a large quan-
"'j uiuou, wuuii ne coinmencea usin' the Ualsam.
which eflected a complele cure. and he ?s now as hale I
and hearty as ever he was. Mr Moodv has removed 1
iium tuis imvu, uui ne nas promisea me a mors de
tailed account ofhis case, which I will forwardvou.
C. S. CLAY,
Kingston, N. Y. June 25, 1838.
Argyle, Nova Scolia.
In thc winter of 1837 and 1838, 1 was seizcd with
a violent cough, which conlinued two or three months
My cough was so severe that I was obliged to sit up
in bee two or thtee hours during the night, and I was
much reduced in flesh and strength, and my appetite
gone. One of my neighbors had a hottle of tbe Vege
table Pulmonary Balsam, which he would not sell.
Ho however loaned it tome till Icould procure him
another. I exoerienced immpHni Tiir fmm ir.
The first opporlunity 1 had I procured more of it, and
to the use of it I ascribe the preservation f my life.
JAMES W. LENOX-
Dec. 17, 1838.
COUNTERFEITS. BEWARE OF IMPOSI
Each genuine bottle is enclosed in a blue wrapper
on which is a labcl, signed by Sampso.i Reed
NONE OTHER CAN BE GENUINE.
CCJ-The outside Yellow Label will bave, on and
after December 1839, in addilion to '.hat ol Sampson
Recd, the signature of Wm. Joss Cvtler, one ol
The great celebrity of the Vegetable Pulmonary
Rataam hi a bpn ih. ..no. r ,ti.mni. n i
- " - u u Ji- w. -i.tuijn. IUIIUUUCO I
spunous erticles which pattially assuming the naite ,
ui iue geuuine, are calcuiatect to misieaa ana deceive
the public Amcng these mixlures are the "Ameriean I
Pulmonary Balsam," "Vegetable Palmonary Balsamic
ayrup, -ruimonaiy ualsam," "Uarttr s Uompound cines, ana all tbe train ot sinkings,anxieties. and tre
Pulmonary Balsam," and olhers. Purchasers should oors which so dreadfully afiect the weak, the seden
enquire for the true article by its whole namc THE I tary, and the delicate, will in a short lime be succeed-
VC.UE. 1AULL l'ULMONAY BALSAM, and see
that it has the marks and signatures of the genuine;
Each boltle and seal isstamped "Vegetable Pulmo
(IO-One more Counterfeit, besides the
"Ametican Pulmonary Balsim," and others aboye
aluded to ! An attempt has been made to deceive the
public by a spurious mixture called " Vegetable Pul
monary Balsam," sometimes signed Samuel Lee and
sometimes Sampson Lee said lo be prepared by an
unprincipled man in Bangor Me. Tfce name is
wrilten in a way lo resemble the genuine signature
and isa base attempt lo deceiye the public and ayoid
the punishment that awaits actual forgery.
For sale by REED, WING & CUTLER, (late
Lowe and Reed) wholesale dealers in Drugs, Medi
cines, Paints and Dye Stufls, No. 51 Chatham St.
Boston. and by Druggists and country merchants
generally In New England, and inthe principal places
Uirougbout the United States and British Piovinces.
Price 50 cenls. Sold by S. M0 ODY.
Middlebury Vermont. I5:i y
W R JAMES M0RIS0N, the HYGEIST, died
at an advanced age, Ihe 10th of May last at
Paris. wherehe had resided for some limt im.nn.
tending a branch of the British College of Health,
The College at London bas been for some time un
der tbe supervision of
k JOJV &. J1LEXJ1XDER MORISOK,
ons bf tbe celebrated Hygcisl tnd t bc luf inenV
oxperience no interruption, as hey are notwey nojth
persons living wbo possess the knowledge of all the
" world renowned" vegelable Medicine called
Everv Packet sold in Vermont and in the towos bor
dering on Lake Champlain in the State of New York
will be signed with Pen and Ink, by Messrs. Pang-
bcru & Bnnsmaul, jewellers, ot the Variety Store,
Bur'ington Vt. wbo are State Agents, and signed also
by the sub agents selling them. Remember this if
you wish to get the genniue article,
GEO. TAYLOR, Hygeist,64 Broadivay, N. Y.
a newspaper forgratuiloas circulation, U to be issued
from the General Depot for the United States, for
the Medicine and publicalions of thc Brilish College
of Health, London at 94 Broadway, New York,
where all ordersandcommunications relitive to thc
nusiness mustbeaddressed. Thirty Ihousand of each
bumber will be distributed through the United Sta'es.
Its chicf obiect will be to disseminate the opinions
ahd circulate the theory of the late James Mori-
!son, Esq., (the founder of Ihe British College of
Health) and of other learned and cminent supporters
ot thenow universally approved Hygean doctrine and
practice. DR.UKO. TAYLOlt, Hygeist.
94 Broadway, New York.
United States Agent.
PANGBORN & BRINSMAID.
Of the Variety Store, Burlington, Vt..Slate Agent.
SoldbyJ. Hagar, and E. Maxham, Middlebury,
Vermont. 10 ly
THE subscribers, grateful for the extensive
patronage they have received in the bu
sincss of manufacturing
solicit acontinuance oftho public favor.
They have, at a great e.xpcnse, addcd all the
improvements to their cstablishmenl that are
rcquisite to make the works as perfect for the
manufacture of Goods, as can be made in their
experience andjudgment- They havo put in
FALLIMG STOCK FULLIMG-MILLS.
the same as are used in fulling Broad Cloths
which add greatly to the Crmness and durabili-
tv of the Cloth
They would say tothe Farming community
that this Establishment was built pnrticularly
for them, and as long as they sustain It by their
patronage, tho subscribers pledge themselves
hat it shall be taitiiiuny empioyeu lortneir ben
"it, in the manufacture of such goods as evcry
n n wants for his own wear. They do not in
tet, that their goods shall be cqualled by any
other establishment, in point of real value.
A. SPALDING & CO.
Middlebury, May 1, 1840.
PRICES OF WOOLENS.
A. Spaldins & Co.'s price3 for manufuctur
ing the following goods, all colors dyed in the
wool and made permanent.
Shecp's Gray not colored 0c,ts.3,
Drab& Hairback mixes, fine finish 33 cts
Steel, Lavender, and Cadet mixes, extra
finish, 42 do
All common colnrs do. do. 42 do
Cassimeres, various colors and mixee, ex
tra nnish oO uo.
Sattinets do. do. do. tvefind
warp trcm 35 5 do
White Flannel dressed 2 o
Colnrcd do. do. Comm .con 6d. ded
Colored Maddrr i Scsrle Reo9c da
WHO WAMTS BETTER EVIDEMCE.
TTik WOULD refer Ihe reader to the numerous vol
untary Ietters published rccenlly in this paper and
in tbe Good Samarilan relative to thc happy and bene
ficial effdCts ofthe administralion of
MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS PHENEX BITTERS.
Thoie vho have perused thn Ietters above referred
to will observe that in almost every case they attest
the fdct, that no inconvenience of any sort attcnds the
taking of these medicines, in ordinary cases, but that
tne patient, without leeling their
operation, is univer
sally left in a better state of health tban was experien
red Previou3 to b'inS. afflicted with disease ; and in all
Seses, of ar-ule suE-,inS Sreat relief is obtained In a
few hours, and a cure is generally cffectcd in two or
In cases of FEVER of every description, and allbil
lious auections, it is unnecessary for me to szy aught,
aslbeieve the LIFE MEDICINES are now univer
sally admitted to be tbe most speedj and effeclua! cure
extant in all diseases of ihat class.
The life Medicines are also a most excellent relief in
atfections ofthe Liver and Bowels, as bas been proved
in hundreds of cases where palients have come for
ward and requested that their experience in taking
them 'niight be published for Ihe benefit of others. I
their operation in such cases, they restore the lone of
the tomach, strengtben the digestire organs, and in
vigoiate tne general (unctions of the whole body and
thus become to bothsexes (for tbey are peifectly adap
ted to each) an invaluable means of preventing disease
ed restoring healtb.
In affec tions ofthe head, whetheraccompaued with
pain and giddines, or marked by the giievious calam
ity of impaired mental energy ; in palpitalion of the
beart, fiatulence, lcss of appetite and strength, and
the multiplied symptoms of disordered digestion, the
Life Medicines will be found to possess the mostsalu
Constitutions relaxed, weak, or decayed, in men or
women, are under the immediate influence ofthe Life
Medicines. Old coughs, asthmas, and consumptive
habits, are soon telieved and speedily cured. Poverty
or blood, and cmaciated limbs will ere long mect the
bappiest change ; the cbill watery fluid will become
""11 ....w , - i- . . ...j u.'U ,111,
nch and balsamic, and the limbs be covered with flesh
nrm ana neauny.
Nervous disorders of everv kind. and from whatever
oause arising, fly before Ihe efihcts of the Life Medi- I
j d by cheerfulness, and every presage of healtb.
For weakness, deficiency of natural strength. and
relaxation ofthe vessels, by too frequent indulgence of
Ibe passions, this medicine is a safe, certain and in
Those who bave long resided in hot climates, and
ve languid and relaxed in their whole systetu, may
lake the Life Medicines with thehappiest eflects; and
pesons rernoving to the Soutbein States or West Iu
dies canuot store a more jmportant articie of healtb
The following cases are among tbe most recent cure
eflected and gratefully acknowelged by the persons
Case of Jacob C. Hunt, New Windsor N. Y. jl
dteadful tumor destroyed ncarly the whole of the face
nose and jaw. Experienred quick relief from the use
of the Life Medicines, and in less than three months
was entireiy cured.- Case reported with a wooden
graving jn auew pamphlet now in press.j
Case of Thos. Purcell, Sen'r 84 yeais of age was i
afflicted 18 yeats wilh swellings in his legs was cn-
ureiy cureo oj lamng 4Z pills m 3 weeks.
Case of JoanDaulton. Aberdeen Ohio rheumalism
five years is entireiy cured has used the Life Medi
cines for worms in children aod foand them a sover
eign remedy. ,
Case of Adah Adams, Windsor, Obio; ; rheumatism
gravel, liver aflections, general nervous debility, tiad
bn nRA vmh-wm raised from her bed
by taking a box of pills and a bottle o( bitters, mosl
eitraprdinary cure-she Is now a very healthy am
robust woman attestedby hsrhosband Shubcl d-
i r, fc
' k j5U,3ac "ponarant, a joung unmarrlea wo-
auuicqi 10 iu-neailn several vnr- c,r,,it
course ofthe Life Medicines enUrelv jestored her
is now hale and healthv.
ue0AMiss TB0ma9. daughler ofEli Thomas
weeks andn?mP,,onis of consumption-cured in four
mnrl, Slsercured of asevere attack ofinflam
matory rheumatism in one week!
Case of S. Calvin; cured ofa severe atlack of scar
Iet fever in a few days by the Life Medicines.
Case of Hamet Twogood, Salina N. Y -was in
very low slate of health ayear and a half-did "oxex.
pect to recovcr. Miss T. is now able to walk about
and is fast recovering health and strength,
Case of Benjamin J. Tucker severe nrr....
and ague cuied in a very short space of time. DI-
icbiiuu, iuiiuv, l'u siricuv.
Extraordinarycase of" Lymaa Pratt, who was af
flicted with phthisic 20 years eflected a perfect cure
InU hours by the use ofthe Life Medicines.
Tbousands of persons afflirt.l in lil- nnn..i,,..
by a judicions use of Mofiat's Life Pills and Phenix
Diueis, oeen restored to the enjoyment of all the com-
tortSOfllfe. The hi!lpiiarnl-c-,r,f t ,t. .... ,
smel , gently astnnge the fibres of the stomaeh, and
give Ihat proper tensity which a good digestion re
quires. A3 nothmg can be better adapted to help and
nounsh the constilulion. so there i nmhi.,.
generally acknowltdged to be peculiarly efficacious
in all inward wastings, loss of appetite, indigestion
dcpression of spirils. trembling or shaking cf the hands
and limbs, obstiuate cough, sbortncss of thebrcath us
The Life Medicines possess wonderful efficacy in
Ml nervous disorder.-, fits, headaches, weakness,
beaviness and lowness of spirits, dimness of si-ht
confuscd thoughts, wandering of the mind, vapour
and melancholy, and all kinds of hysteric comiilain's
aregradually removed by their use. In sickness of
the stomaeh, flatulencies orobstruelionj. thov .
and powerful, and as apurifyer ofthe blood they havo
not their equal in the world!
For addilional particulars or Ihe above, see.Voflat's
Good 5amaritan.' a conv of which jrmmrom ih.
medicine; a copy can ahvays be obtained of the dif'
ferent Agents who have the medicine for sale.
Prepaiedand sold by WILLIAM B. MOFFAT,
375 Broadway, New York. A liberal deduction made
to those who purchase to sell again.
oUGENTS TheXife Medicines may also be had
any ofthe pr.ncipal drurgists in every town thro'
out thc Un-ted States. and'the Canadas. AskforMof
fat's Life Pills and Phenix Bitters; and be suro thata
fac similie ofJohn Mofiat's signature isunon the ls.be!
oneach bottle of Bitters orbox of Pill3.
These valuable medicines ato for sale by SIDNET
MOODY, Agents, Middlebury, Vt., and ov
ROBERT MOODY. General Agent. Burlington.
OJ- To wh om all orders must be directed pot
Trircn IJ,pOriTA.T-TO THE LADIES.
J ... .f c.e,Ted and for "le br MOODY k. ADAMS
Middlebury, afenr boxei of Reynold'. and Parm.
ly s celebrated Female Health Rostorative. It is ie
iSjicd particularly for the diseaiei pecnliar to the fi
male coustitution. A more ellicient remedy of thi
kind, bas lone: been waulnl. i. n.mv nr ihn. ,i;....
bave bafiled the skill of tbe most etninent physicians
and all tbe remedies heretofore in use have proved la
efiVctual, iu thousands of cases. This medicine iata
riablj; removes obstructions, regnlates, in most cases
of paiuful, too-.requcut, or profuse menjtruation, aod
bas cured tbe mo.t obstinate cases of Fluor Albas cr
whites. And as a motber's relief. it is not cqualed'bv
any other medicine. It is not a raihfin;.- h..:
strengtbeninR, and restoriuS the systein lo a healthv'
action. Itis recommcndcdby many oftho mostemf
ncut nbysiciansin the Uuitcd Sl2ir. n-. i
son from Colerain Mass. who has practiced m'edicin.
;ioe.2.0"e" t Onedia, N. Y. say, in rel.tion to it
"Tbat it li tbe best medicine noiv ,n use. In easea ol
etention or suppression nt the tuenses, I think it will
sustain the appellatioo or snecific. lbaTetritdit in
thc worst cases, with admirable success, and I wish foi
be ood of sulfcriii' females. that 9ll h...;-.. i j
inlroduce it in their lvtiee, and I bare confiden'c. te
believe they wmild bnd happy re.ults, as I have l0nd
the tnlls to ansnrcrfullv Ihcii rirnmm.r.i..:
R. It. Daf is, Syracuse. trlls a similar stnry. ao'd icjot
ntbers. Forlurttierlnformation.you arorefeir loths
persons wbose namrs are aunexed to our showlill, tai
also to paiuphlets left with our agents, for eratnitoot
distribution. Price 2 oolliirs . t j ,t ,i ni n aear
y 100 pills. Prepared and sola whnleiale and reiail
by lteynnlds aud Parmelv Pittlfnrd Monroo Co N V.
nld also by T and T VVbile and Co, Rutland, D H
Meachin M D Wallimford, Jacksnn and Kelchao
Brandon. F Huntington Vergennes, DoctPeckBurlinr
on, A R Vail and Co Danbv.D Andrews Manchester
i.,e.ml!.'n!y.D sP'Sl Benuiu-tou and WUIisonasi
Farm for sale.
rJHE subscriber offers for
sale tho well known farm
formcrly owned by Dr. Wm.
Bass, laying on the old road to
Rutland, two miles south-east of the villaga f
Middlebury. Said farm is as plcasantly situa
tcd as any in the town coutaining about two
hundred acres of I; ni is well watered and
wooded. a plenty of fe lcing timber three barns
a good dwelling house and wood shed 36 by 21
in good repair. For further particulars en.
quire of Arnos Matlhews, of New Haven. oi
of the subscriber. MARCY REED.
Middlebury, Feb. 25,1841. 43;tf
NEW SPRJNG SOODS.
THE subscriber ts now receiving a large as.
which will bo sold low for cash or credit.
(K7PIease call aiid examina before buying
dsewhero. A. FRANCIS.
March 30, 1841. 47;if
New &pring Goods.
has received a most ip'
FANCY AND STAPLE
selected with great care. and comprisinfr the
greatest variety in style and pattern ever'fiered
in this market for cash only, and at prices tc
suit the times. 9 f
April 6, 184 1. 48ctf
THE subscriber informs his frtends and
former cusiomers, that he. has so far re"
covered tho use of his hand as to be able to
resort again to his former occupation. All
calls in his business will be promptly atlendcd
to, as heretofore.
CHARLES W. PETTES.
middlebury, April 25, 1841.; 51;3
HEREBY certify thatl have given tc
my son, ASA ALLEN FOLLER, hir
timo to Iransact business for himself as if cf
lawful age, and that I neither claim any of hu
carnings previous or subsequent to his daie.
M iddlebury, April 15, r841. 0;3