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" bsrnbur has been appoinled
1 ' C'entfor the HARTFORD FIKE
INSbUANCE COMPANY, for Middle
bury . nd vicinity, und will rcceive propc
,al8 fnr insuring property " r
inrr.aro ov nru. "e) . .
renutuaon of-this company, anri
-.i nll thpir lransac-
tions have been charoctertscd render it
unnecessary to sny nnything m itsfavor.
Ali bu.incss connected with tlie officein
trusted to liim will bo faithfully and punc
tually trnnsacted. , ,
JONATHAN HAGAK, Agent.
Middlebury, Feb. 26, 1811. 42;ly-
, , ,.f Paintfl 'and Oll. for
1 iHle by A. & W. S. JOHNSON.
BH. A. SHERMAN'S
05-ChilJren or adults cau lake medicine in
this f"rm without diHiculty. h is the oaly
Wav to make it pleasant yet discovered.
03-Purchaers will please observo that the
name "A. Sherman, M. D." is on each hox.
SHERMAN'3 COUGII LOZENGES.
7T"H"IS Lozenges are scaled, and hnvj "A
iQL Shcrma n, M. D." on the sido ol
ihe bo?- They are the safest, most sure nnd
efTectual remedy for coughs. colds, cousump
tians whooping cough, Asthmn. tightness of
the Lungs or chest, &c. $-c. The propr.elor
has never kuown an instance where they did
not give perfect satisfaction. Several thou.
sand" boxes have been snld within the last throe
months Testoring to health, persons in almost
every stnge of consinnption, and those labor
in-' undeMhe most disiresMng cold and coughs.
They do not check and dry up the cough, but
rv.or it easv, prornotc cxpectoraon, allay
th.; tickling or irritation, and remnve ihe prox
nr.r.te or etciting cause. They are made from
r combination of the most vrluabie expectorant
. ir cough medicines, and are undoubtedly su
pcrior n every thing in use for those corn
plaints. Hundreds of ccrtificates have been
ofTered of their wondcrful virtues, from thos
who have been saved from an ur.timcly grave
! to oerfect heallh by using them
Dose. One lozenge is a dose for an adu't, and
m.y be repcated from three to ix limrs a day. (
m reauired. Uhildren, oight veors old, Imlf of .
nne: four vrars. a nuartcr, and so in proportion
Very small children or infants will take them
besl dissolved in a little water. Shoald they
nct as an cmelic, or prodiice nausea, tho dose
must ho lessnned to what the slomach- will bear.
Jlaif of one will generally be sufiicient lo take
br'bre breakfist, as thes.omach is more easily
rfckencd. No ill elTccts can ariso from an
nrr ilnf.. i it will cause the atomaoh to re-
,ect .t; and a mougn no
will be tound to give renci. " . ,
much pain in the breast or side one (A sherman s
ToorMiin's Plaslers should bc apphed ovcr
thc nart, and worn till relieved. lf attended
with Costiveness, a lew cai.mruu ur m.niuc
Lozenges, or any mild cntliarlic ine.iicino
shonld'be uscd as occasion requires. Sold al
the VanetvStore.by PANGBORN & Bkins.
a;d, Jewcllers, Burliglon, Vt. wholesale a-ti-nts.
A hberal discount to merchants who
Luy to sell again. For sale by J. Dyau.
POOR MAN'S PLASTER.
iNiiY 12i cents cach. tach plastcr ha
1 . . i.OI f
printed on the back ot n, "onermau
Poor man's plaster." It is the dcst stregtnen
ng plaster in the world, nnd a sovercign rem
dv for pain or weakness in thc back. loins
tfV, breast, ncck, limbs, joints, rheumatism,
umbago, &c. &c. Ono million a year will
o t supply the dcmand. They will requirea
ttle wnrmingbefore application. Warranted
npcrior to all others, and for one quarter thc
suai pricc, making not only the best, but the
ho apest plaster in the world. ll afijrds rolief
n n few hours, and makcsastonishingcures.
In liver complaint and dyspepsia, it should bo
worn over thc rcgiou c f tho iiver or stomocht
nnd it will atTnrd grcat and nstoiiishinjr relief
Tn coughs, colds asihmas, tlifficulty of breath
ing, op'prcssion of the chest or stomach, the.y
wifr immeutately soothe, and greatly benefit
hu patient. Persons of sedentary habits, or
'hose ohliged to stand much, will rcceive deci
ded suppon from or.c of the truly.stretigthning,
plas'.ers. Physicians generally recommend.
thcm, in preferencctoall others, becanse they
stick or adhere bcttcr and alTord greater relief.
In their opcration they aro stimulant, tonic.and
anodyne. They are composed of cnlirely dif
eren't ingrcdients from any other; nnd known
from the'experience of millions, who have us
td thcm, as well as thc united testimony, of al
the celebrated and distinguished clerny and
physicians, to be thc most useful and highly
mpcl.catnd nhster, ceninvented or olTered to
Ihe public. Snveral persons have caked al the
warc house to exprcss their surpnse ana tnanKS
at the almost miraculous cnres thesr plasters
have etTected. One man who had been afHict. i
ep with rheumatistu, as to be unable lo dress
liimself without assistance, was enabled after ;
1 n;.kt itui 1 1 n nlnnp in
wearing one, on.y ouc
tbc morning, put on his ciomes ana cau aiour
office wilh eyes beaming with joy and his
toncuepounng forth the gladness orhis heart,
at the sudden and signal reliefhe had rcceived
from this best of all remcdies. Ask for Dr.
Shnrman's Poor Man's Plaster. It is so call
ed, because the pricc places it in the power of
nll to purchasc, being only 121 ets. Sold at
ho variety store by Pangborn i- BkinsJIAID,
. Jcwellcrs. Burlir.gtcn.Vt. wholesale agents.
A libercl iiscctutti merchants who buy to sell
craia. Finuby J.Dsar. 35;ly
Large ass'ortment of all kinds of
Cloth Caps. iust rcceived by
A. oi i o. JuniNJsuiN.
May 24. 1S4L 4
FIFTY dozen Taft's Cast Steel Scythes,
5 do. Moise's do.
For sale wholesale and retail hy
A. & W. S. JOHNSON.
BECKWITII is now receiving from
9 New York, a large and well selecled
SPRING AND SUMMER
which he ofTers for sale at pricw that cannot
fail to suit purchascra.
Middlebury, May 25, 1841.
liealth and Strength !
DR. S. O. RICHARDSON'SSHERRY"
ARE the only sure reim-dy for Dyspepsia
anil Jaundice tliat has evrr been diseovrred
aiit their general u-e for 32 years, wilh re-
r-conimen 'ations irom we nioi eraraeni iu uie
Medical Faculty, and ed'tnrial notices lroin Ihe
Boitii ftlornii-'r Po-t, Boston Da lyMail, Plym
outh Mf morial. Airoskearr Utnre-entaiive.Bani-
siable Patriot. Essex Banncr, Haveihill Ga-
zelte, Lowell Patriot, Bunker Hill Aurora,
Charlest-wn, Port-mouth Gazetie, N. H-Nur h
ern Star, It. lilnd, Lincoln Teleraph, Me.,
New York EveningSignal, &c. must assure Uip
aQlicted hr.t thei pissess woi deilul mer t.
TIIKY G1VE LIFB, EHSTICHV M) VlGOrt
to the viscera, promoie the jerist:iliic action,
cleane t'ie stomacli and bowels from unl.eillliy
accumulations, nd purify and enliven the blaod
in ihe mo5t thorouli anJ flectual manner.
They are thi- most ccnain remedy foralltho-e
prevalent Di-eases called dyspep-ia jiiondicejiv
er complainls, heartburn, dizziness, lieadache,
wamlci ii)L' or s elili d pains, sinkin? faintnrss.
sour stomacli, l"-s oj api elite, weaknrss f the
limbs. ncrvous debility, iusiiveiirss, piles, and
nll diseases cau-ed by an unhealtliy stateof the
slomach and bowels.
They are tlie unrirlled and effieacious com
pcund of a
and Giaduate of thc
NEW-IHMPSllinE MEDICAL, COLLEGK,
who has made ttie study of Medicine his pro-le.-sion.
Bem; compo$ed cntirely of vezetables, they
are nf sich a nature ti at lliey may be taken r
any Irngth of time by invalids ol cny age, with
)in injuriny the tyslem ur cxposing it to take
BEWARE OF PEDLEItS!!
Thegfiiuiue article onnut be obtained of
thcm on any preience whntever.
INEFER EMPLOY TIIEM,
auow uiem lOKiimy jumnanes.
And .11 B.-ters, p t u. ... phml- ..nd small round
JlliE, JtJijYK COUjYI'ERFEITS.
r " ' 1 - ' '
As s iine are base i-nouh to fill the empty
bottles wari the i stulT, and thus deceive the un
warv, aDil some l.ve attempted an imitatioa of
my Biitrrs in pupers
BE CJ1REFUL OF WHOM YOU
Ia consc q'.ence of t'.ese aiiempts at imnosi-
tion. I have been at gieai ixpcnse in having' new
direc'ionsand wranpeis, and in fulnre the. Bit-
ters in Iiapers wi Ve done un in a dilTerents.yh-.
St.e t,ie cnvelope h:iS 0Ij my na e in lu
ienttreij accordim: m an act of Con;:res, hi the
year 1840, by S. O Riclmrdso.i, M. D., in the
ClrrK's Office of ihe Di-trict Court nf Massa-
rnubeii, uu un iue uinri &iuc, u3t.1u11-.1c11 iu
180S, at South Keailins, Cnunty of .Middlesex,
Alassftchusetis." The horilt raround tlie inMde
diri-c:ion-!, (whirhare printed on white lis-ue pa
per)' i so rurious:y engravcd ihat thf words ''Dr.
O. RichatU-on's Snerry Wine Bitters'' pre
sent iheinselres in a lliou-and difTereot forms.
Asn copy nght h..s been gran'ed me,
All injringcmcnls will be scvcrehj dcallicilh
acrording lo law. The bo'tles are ncarly ready
to bf isued, i.i the snmo Hyle.
AllBitiers nrenared hv me have a fac-sirnile
of my sinitureon the'ouler envelope.
lo crmiiterfcil xcliich js Iwrgrrtj.
AS YOU VALUE YOUll HEALTH
BE CARKFUL !
OrdersTrom Agents, mercli-inls, traders, drnc
cists.apothecarirs and deaieri in inedit-ines, will
be punctually attended to, andsent loany partof
the country.'safely packed in boxes.
Alibeial discount will bealhiwed on the sale.
For sale, wholesale and retai1, at the'
Vcclor's nffice, 15 Hanover slreet, Bosfon,
and in most Towns throughoui ihe New-Eng-land
itlPrice 75 cents per bottle 50 cents per pa-
ORGAN & PIANO FORTE
CHURCH and Parlor Oigans. and Piano
Kortes luned and tepaired atshorl notice.
Orders from abroad, llianklully received and
punctually aiteuded to.
I. T. PACKARD.
Middlebury, Alarch 1C, 1S41. . lojlf
VliIRGliNNJCS & B UFF ALO
THE CANAL PACKET
CAPT. M. T. DAVIS, will commence her tr.ps
on Ihe 27ih of April. belween thi ctlv and Buf-
fjlo, Ru.ining Nigiit and Dav, as fllos :
s-t . i
27 May 7
25 Jnne 4
22 July 2
10 Aiigust 20
7 Scptember 17
2 Oclober 12
2G Xavariber 5
Through the 8lh Day.
This Packet has been thoroughly repaired, and t
now m nri raie oruer lor
Freiglit and Passengers.
Will ieave Vergennes at 7 o'clock in Ihe mornin!;,
tovved by the Sleamer MrDonough. Freight mus
be on Iioanl Ihe day prerious. Passeneers. uarlicu-
aily Irom Vermont, tliose moving or vijiling their
rrieiids, to and Iru.wiM almost ahvays nnu fomc po
intr into Iheir imracilialc- linghtinrliood, Ihereby mak
ing the trip more agrecaMe. Every attenlion will be
pa'.d to Pasen?rro, with, or wiihout board, by a
carefnl Ca.tain an.I crew, who will endeavor to g.ve
silisliclioii For furthei par'iculars, iDquiraoflhe
captain oa board, orof
K. UriAr.M Atv, rergennei.
or JOY & WEBSTER, BufF.lo.
March25, 1841. 49;6m.
H "IUST received, for
sal: at the lowest 1
May 31, 1841,
A. & W. S. JOHNSON.
NAVY BEEF AND PORK FOR 1642.
Nary Con'rs Office, June 15, 1841.
EALED (JFFERrf. endorsed Offrrs
forBeef," or -Oirers for Poik," m tha
cuse mav be, wiil bo received at this olrice
umil 3 o'dock V. iM' of the 20th July ni-xt, fr
furnihing and delivering, free of all cost and
chargi; to thc United atates
3 000 barrels of Navy lieef. and 3 000 bar
reNof Navy l'ork ; cach barrel to contuin two
hundred pouud-, nett wuight, of Butfor Poik.
To be dt livered as follow-i, viz.
1,200 barrelsofiheBeef at the Navy Yard.
800 do do Urooklyn, SS. X.
1.000 do do Gosport, Virginia.
1,600 do Pork Charlestown Mass.
1.000 do do Brooklyn, N. Y.
1,000 do do Uosport, Virgima.
All thosaid Beef and Pork to be dehvercd
betwecn the 5lh day of April and the 15th da
of Juno 1842 unless earlicr delivcries should be
aulhorized by the Navy Commissioners.
The Bcef must be packed Irom well.fhttcprd
catile, weighing not less llian five hundred
pounds nett weight each. Tlie legs nnd leg
rands of the hind quarters, and the sliins nnd
shouldcr clods. and at lenst eight pounds from
iheneck end of each forc-quarter or thn part
markcd Nos- 1, 2, and 3, on the drawing or
delinention of the fore and hind quarter of an
Ox, which will bc attached to and form a part
of the contraci, must be wholly excluded from
each barrel. and the remainder of the carcass
must be cut in picces of not Ie3s than eighl
The Pork must be packed from corn-fed
well.f.itiened hogs, weighing not less than two
hdndred pounds cach, cxcluding thc heads.
joles, necks, shoulders, liams, legs, feet, and
lard, and and ali reluscd pieces ; and must ue
eut in pieres weighing not less lhan six pounds
Both the Beef and Pork must be slanghtcrcd
between the first of Novcmber next and thc
periods of delivery, and must bcsaltcd with al
lenst one bushel of coarse Turk's Island, Isle ol
Mu,orSt. Ubes salt, and wilh five ounccs
of pure polverized sahpeter, torncli barrel, ex
clusive of a pieklc, lo be nmde from fresh waicr
as fctrong as salt can make it.
The barrels to be made of the best snasoned
white oak or white ash staves and heddings. Il
of ihe former, to bo not Icss than three-fourihs
of an inchthick ; if of the laiter. to bc.net less
than one inch tliick, and to be hooped at lcasi
three-forlhs over with the best white oak or
hickory hoops, cxccpt the crose hoop, which
must be of iron, al lcast one iuch wide, nnd not
less than the denomination No. 17. All at ihe
expenseof the rcspecltve contraclors.
Each barrel must be brnnded cn its head,
'Navy Beef," or " Navy Pork, " as the case
may be, with thc contractor's name, and the
year whcn packed.
1 he Beef and the Pork wih be inspected by
ihe lnfpccting Oflicers at the respective Navy
l ards aforesaid, and by some "sworn inspec
tors ef salt provisioni-," who will ho selecled by
.he respective Cominanding Ofiicers : but
their charges for such inspeetion must be paid
by tho respective comractors, who must hke
wisc have tlie barrels put in good shipping
irder, to t!is satisfaction of the Cummaiidunts
ol ihe respective Navy Yards aforesaid after
the inspections, nnd at their own expensc.
Bidders must specify their priccs s.-parately
and distincily, in seperale oflers for tho Beef
nd for the Pork, and for cach of thc places of
delivery, covering all cxpensea and all char
ges. Letlersfrom persons biniing themselvcs lo
become sureties, if the ouers are accepled,
und other lotters from some Navy Agent,
Commandant at the Navy Yard, or other per
.-.on well known to the Uepurlmeui, must nc
campany Ihe ofTers of each persun, and state
the behefoftho wnler Ihat the person ollenng
to contract is prnctically acquainted, by ex-
penence, with Ihe bst mode of cunng and
packing Beef and Pork, and has the ability to
perfoim his contract in n satisfactory mauuer,
and that his sureties havo also the ability. in
case of fnilure on tho part of the contracior, lo
pay the amount of their bouds.
The Board of Navy Coinmissioners rcscrve
to themselves the right to rcject all ofTers from
nersons who have heretofuro failed to fulfill
their contracts. orwhodo-notforward salisfac
lory lelters, shouing iheir ability, and the a.
bihty of their sureties, to complele the con
tracts. Bonds in one-third the amount of the respec
tive contracts will bo required ; and ten per
ceutum, in addition will be withhcld from Ihe
amount of cach paymeul to be made, collateral
security for thc due and faithful pcrforinancc
of their respective contracts ; which will on no
accounl be paid until the contracts are com
plied wilh iu all respects ; and is to be forfui
ted to thc use m.d benefit of thc United Statej
in the cvent of failures to complete the delivcr
ies within the prescribcd periods. And ir.
case of failiire on thc part of the contraclors to
deliver the afuresaid beef and poik within the
limc spccified, the Navy Commissioueis to
have the righl1 to direct purchases to bo
made to supply thc deficieneies, and any e.
cess of cost to be cliarged to and paid by the
contraclors. Payments will be made by the
United States (excepting the ten per cuntum.
io bu withheld until ihe completion of the con
iracls as bchre slated ) nithin thirty daya alier
Ihe said beef and pork shall have been inspec
ted and received, and bills for the same shall
he presented to the Navy Agents respeciively,
duly -npproved by ihe Commandanls of the re
spective Navy Yards according to the terms
ot ine contracts.
The parts of the Beef to be excluded from
the barrels will be particularly designated in
the engravings to baailached ta the cuntra ts :
j persons interesicd can obtain them on upplica-
4Cases of Umbrellas, just received by
May 24, 1841. 4
25 Kegs Powder,
C00 Ciinisiers of snperior artic'e, for sile
A.i W. S. JOHNSON
MayS. 1641. 4
P E O P L E ' S P
"lESPECTFULLY informs the inhabi-
. r ff -!!!-! An,l itia f,liinttr
Ba tants OI lutiuieouryt "u '"
L'cncrallv, that he is no"w receiving from
V. - , -T T I. nccnrf
lioslonana new iuu, u gcuai u-..
mcnt of Foreign and Domeslic
sm'tableforthe season, which he will sellat
Consisting of Broadclolhs Cassimeres, Sat
linetts, Vestings, French.London and
American prints. and Shcelings,
Caps.Umbrellas, and almost
every article usually
kept in Country
Crockery and Hardware,
Bar Iron and Nails,
bv wholesale or retail.
Bools and Shoes,
Old and Young Hyson,
and hyson skin
which willbe found of asuperior qualily
Sugar, Molasses, Salt,
and most arttclcs in the Grocery line, also,
Middlebury, May 20lh, 1841. 3;3w
DAVEHPORT&TURMER t .
WOULU respectfully inf'orm their pat
rons, and the public generally, that
ihey will contin'ie to receive WOCL at the
.stablishmcnt of the MiddleburyManufacturing
Company, to manufacture into Clolhs. C'assi.
meres or Sallinelts, white orcolored Flannels,
ikc. of permanent colors nnd mixcs, lo suit the
laste, on shares or by the yard, at the option
of ihe owner.
Being furnished with tho necessary appara.
n,,,i li-iumrr in ilieir emnlov comnetent and
faithful workmen, they willcontinue to improve
ihe value and stylc of their good, intending
that they shall not bo surpassed by those of
any other establishment in. me sw:. i uey
will kcep an assorlment on hand to accommo.
date those who may want a part of their cloth
Grateful for tho extensive patronage they
have received, they hopc by strict personal af
tention to business and the intcrests of their
patrons to rcceive a liberal Eharo of their fa
TERMS as roa&onablo as at any eslabhsn
meni iu the vicinity.
Middlebury. June, 22.
The Lion oftho Day.
THE OLD DUTCH OR GERMAN
Vor saU by S. Maofy, Middhhury, Vl.
To the Cilizens of the United States and the Cana
das is respeclfully submitted this Directory to the
means for rejainini; Ihat which has been paitially, and
in sorr.e mslances, tolally lost.
What blesing should be prized above Ihat ol health,
and who knows beller how to priae the hlesing, Ihan
those who have been deprived of it? It is an old atl
ase. (and one lltat contains a wise injuncl.on.) "in
lime ol'pcace, prcpare for war." W'e should intime
of Heallh prepare for the atlacks of ihat cteallhy lur
king foe, Disease. ll would be wisdoru lo observe bis
movements, lo scan well Ihe form in which he ap
nroaches, and Ihen to meet him with Ihose means
which are calculated to efiict bis overthrow.
Tnose ineansaie now before this enlightened and in-telli-'entrainmunily
They aie accessible lo Ihe poor
a3 vell as the ricli, and I l.ust that lho3e who regard
the Conslitulionofnian asone of tha 6nest specimens
ofDivine wmkmanship, and the Laws by wh'ch Ihat
.m-.rmil ni ilirpril. ns ottinatinz in nn
other than''in the rour.cils of Heaven, Avill so far obey
i ti rK liit.r (n nmvide the best safp
J1IJUU111U113 ui ,ku a.(b. L
guird for ihe former.
It i with the most flatlering recommendationstSub
scribed ly most eminent Medical Geiiliemtn n0t only
iu this Country bul also in Eu:ope : Ihat loiTer this
valuable Medicine lo this American People.
Time and full opportunily lor a fair 2nd mparlial
trial have pl.ced Ihe Lion of Ihe Day beoud the
I 1 l'Imji;nn ll ntr.hll r . OuackelV. &C.
r. ;a Din ..i cvirjrls from nine carts
of Ihe vegetable kingdoin, (btinR entirely frec from
anv dru? ofa deletefious natore.) and adapted par
4T.'..l , tl. l. nf tlit. tnmarh. Rlnivl.
(CUlU'ljy u iiic kicaii7iu ui .
and the various stcrrlions of the Human System.
n.n.n..9 r.vi... ..... f'tinl;.. Vfffr anil ApUh. Jatln
U II1UU9 1 l. " I I'UI H a .... J I
dire.Scatlet Kasb, Di?pepia. Heartburn, Costive
ness. Asinma, anu tiiver oominanu u.vs uecu tm
ed. bv usini: lhee Pills accordinely o the directions
It is not mtendeit that this Aieuicine is a cure lor
all Disease u wb.ch the human sjstem is Iiable,
M .nv ofTirta h.v l.n mrl.. tn rfimnntinil ftMpd.
iciue Hhich would cure all Diseases, but hixefaihd.
Those Diseases enumeiatcd above, are witbin
the power of these PilU and a sure cure or relief is
Price 37, 1-2 cents.
Sold by A.& P, D. Barrows, Salisbury: S. B.
Ruckwell , Cornwall : Rus'egue fc Walker, Whiting;
K..nt Wrrplil. Shoreham . Truman S. Eldridee. Ad
dison ; F. Huntington, Vergennes: J. H. Barnes,
Uharioue, ju. w. Kinsiey. aionmon , nuc.noua
Webster.Staikesboro ; Titus B. G.ige. Brislol; R.
P. Nash. New-Haren. M- For Sale. a all Ihe rrin-
cipal villages. in thc State. MERRITT GRIFFIN,
Proprieter, Ulenn's batls.IN. x ,
t,n ,UA ;n.WipA ,r,Ka nVtc.iVinr nn
the 26th inst. a dark grey Mare, wilh a long
Inil. Thn nwnpr is rp.nuested to DrOVB proper-
tv. pay charges, and take her away.
Hancock, May 29th 1841. 7-3wr'
THE subscriber ofTers for oale aJarm,
containing 250 acres of land, lying a
bout3 miles south of this village. 'ogether with
the stocks and tools appertaining to the same.
t n'onxnntlv s'tuated on the bank of Otter
Crcek. Terms of payment mode easy to tho
Middlebury, Juno 22, 1841, 7tf,
ifc E S S
MR MEACHAM, from Albany, dcsigns
ofTering lo the good people ol Middle
bury and vicinity, in a few days, a pair of his
two and threo pedal
Persons wishing to purthase will please leavo
their name and number at the Jewelry Storo
of Mr. Josoph Dyar, and they will bo duly no
tified when tho piano3 aro ready for examina.
tion. Orders for pianos may also bo left with
Mr. Dyar, slating what prico and drscription
of iostrumcnt is wantcd, and it wilLbo immedi.
atery forwarded to the manufactory at Albany
nnd answers returned- The Pianos will bo
found first quality, and references may be giv
en to many fomilies of tho first respectability
in the country.
References in Castleton J. Meacham, A.
W. Hyde, Rev. Mr. Hallock, A. Warner,
Dr. Smith, and Linus VVnrner, Prof. of Mnsic.
Also to Cash'r Scott, Bank of Vergennes.
July 0,1841. 0 2mo.
Vergennes & Troy Line.
THIS line nf Boats will resume business at
ihe opening of navi?aiion, leavi.ig Ver
gennes every Tuesday and Saturday morning at
7 o'clock. towed bv sieamtrr McDnnouijli Jo
Whnehall, arrivin;: at Trovthe 3d day leaves
Troy Wednesdays and Saiurdays at 2 o'clock
Y arnving at vergennes on luesuay an.i
Saturday n.nrnings. Frei?ht fnr ihe South
must be on board the fore part of the day previ-
ous. Al x rny t reignis wui oe laaen up in me
hi.urof leaving. For fnrther particuars iuquire
of R. CMAPiMAN and )
M. D. HALL, 5 Vergennes,
H. S. OSBON, Asent. Troy Office N. '.51
River St., over I. H.'Hooker's Tow-boat Office,
4th door upstairs.
N. B. The proprieiors of the above Line re
;pect(illy solicit a continuance of patronage, and
pledethemselves to fi-rwar.i freigbtentrusted to
their care wilh pn'mptness and despatch, having
every necessary facility,as usuaL
Jlpril, 1841. 4S,6m.
Sick Headaclie Remedy.
FOR the permananl cure of this deslrcss
ing complaint, never fails. Whein per
severed In, it efTeclualliy renovates the sys
em, and docs away the cause oflhe Sick
andNervods Headacae. Thousands have
tried it, and found precisely the relief which
the article promiscs to bestow. Ceitiflcatis
of ihe stronaest kind, and lroin tno most re
spectable persons, are in the posscssion of
the probrietor, some 01 wnicn nave Heen
publishcd, testifying to the permanent cure
and olheis to the immeuiate reliel givcii by
this remedy. ltaflbrds relief to the ufflicted
in 15 or 20 minutes from thc first dose. It
taken when the symptoms of an altack are
first felt, ,it prevents the lurther progreso ol
the complaint, and can produce no dangcrat
any time by an cxcessive dose; as in such a
case it would throw off the rontents of Ihe
stomach, leaving it sweet and heallhy wilh an
excellent appitite. All afHicted wilh the
headache should not fail toprocurethe atti
c!e, and relieve themselves from so distress
Physicians have in many instances given it
to their patcnls, and in every instance, to our
knowledge,with grcat satislaction have found
it acertain cure. oick and jScrcous Head
ache is a complaint wilh which physicians do-
not wish to havo any thmg to do, and gener
ally prescribe only for lemporary relief : con
sequently, Dr.Spohn's Sick Headache Rem.
edy cscapes the opposition which some other
propiielor's articles meet from that source.
Try it once and you never will regrei it.
It is composed entirely of Vegetables, and
contains no mineral, or poisonous drug of any
kmd, and does not require any change of dr
et or exercise.
Sold wholesale and retail by Comsfock Si
Co. wholesale Druggists, 2 Fletcher st. N.
Y., and by the principal Druggists in tho Un.
lon. J; or sale Dy o. hioody, unuaienury, v 1.
Nerve and Bone Linimcnt.
This article is oflured to the public as a
never failing cure for the Rheumatism, and it
has for a number of years sustained its tcp
utation, and accomphshed cures which had
defiled tho power of every other article. In
acule and recent cases, the reliel is invanabie
after one or two applicationsof tho liniment
and in chron'fc Rheumatism, the cases of cure
are numerous. It is truly a remedy that
reaches the nerve and bone with the most hap
Sold wholesale and retail hy Comslock &
Co. wholesale Druggists, 2 Fletcher st. N.
Y., and by the principal Druggists in the Un
ion. SoIdbyS. Moodt. 20
Dr. McMunn's Elixir ofpiu Om.
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 successful for eight years in
ihB r.iro of ihe followiiiir diseases : Con-
sumptiou and Liver Complaint, Female cem'
and weakness. Sold by S. AIOODV.
Middlebury, Vt. 20
SDPER Blue.Black, Brown and Mixed
Cloths and Cassimeres. Also Vestings,
Linenand Cotton Drillines, Buffalo Cloth,
Bangup Cord. Tickings, Blcached and Un
bleached.Sheetingsand Shirtings can be had
Cheaper than ever, at the Auction .and Com
mission Store. Z. BECWITH.
Doz, just received and for sale by
doz. or single, by
Itls a singnlarfact anl one much to ba regrelted
hat valuable medicines, as soon a3 they become pop
alar, nnd have received the test- and approval of a
discriminatmg public, are sure to be cotmtereiteJ,
tnd thus a bad and spurious article is immediately
palmed upon the unsuspectine as the grnuine. This
has been noloriouly the cas wilh atl popular tried
and truly Valuable medicines lor years nast, an.I wil
probaaly continuelo be the ce for years to come.
The base and conteaiptibl conunterfeit-r in ihis
way meanly takes arirantz of all Ihe rffarta and
cJver tising used by Ihe proprieiors oflhe eriiilne ar
o e to get their medicines into use and deerved
Popujarity. It is Ihcrefore not less Ibo dulj Ihan
nwinuies 10 ine salciy ot every r-onest mdmdual
cnbe community to exposcfratcn dovm,mi fo.ever
1 tstrust all heartlessinpratcs who
pqus irrepsonsiblf trifle with hoallb and life.
ItO-THEREFORE TAKE NOTICE.
There is a person by ihe name ofJ. B. ROCH
FORT, now engaged in seflin a Pill rlone up in
boxes in exact and perfec' imitalion o Ihe gcntiine
IndianVceetable Pills, with Ihe omis
ion of only one word on Ihe Boxes viz: Wright.
The pills sold by Ihis Rochefort are evidnlly iulend
ed as a fraud and imposilion upon the rnmmuniry, or
hey would not have been done up in such exact ira
ttation of Ihe genuine. This person is tall, and blua
Jteri ng with agreat theatrcalswagtter. He was
dently known as a very poor player In Baltimore, un
bcr the musical cognomen of Jim Brown.and is a
aout twen'.ysfive years of aue. It is almost beyond
doubt that he issupplied with piils from a Dnicgit
firm in this city, who have been hi-retofure notei ious
ly connected withcounterfeit medicines. As soonas
proof is obtained, the fountain head of this n-fari-ous
business will be exposed. ihat the community
may sbun them as they weuM a serpant.
INTHEJMEAN TIME THJ PUBLIC
against buyine WRIGHT'S I.ndian Vecstablc
Pills of one who does not exhibit a ctrtificate of a
gencysigned by Ihe agent forlheNew Enpland states
bearin' date sinca Januiry 1940. Also take partic
ular notice ihe followm wonlinz is on Ihe Boxes
WRIGHTVf lndian Vegetable Pills (Ind. Pur
gative) of the Nortn American College of heallh.
The lndian Vegetable Pills are a
certaiu cure fur disease in its every variet of form,
because they thoroughly cleanse the stomach and
bowels induce a proper dischare by the lung,
and kidney, and stirjjuatf Ihe blood to pinily Jtself.
In other ords they apm all Ihe nalunl drains, and
Ieave Nature (The Grand Ph ysici a.-v) free to
drive disease trom Ihe liody. The above oullets or
drains. are Ihe commou sewers of the body, throuri
which all morbid and corrupi humors (the cauid of
disease) are carried off and so 'oiig as they are atl keu
open, and discharge Iredy their allottea porlions d
mpurity, th-i body will conlinue in health; tiut wbo
00m ealing improper food, breathing impure air. sueti
g. transilions from heat to cold over exhaustion
.nany olher cause, ihe bowels become cos:ivp, ihe
;j r , of Ihe skin become closed, or ihe' kiilneys
eslo petfurm their lunclions firoperly, llie irppuritirs
which should bedrained from ihe boily by uho-e oul
lets will be rctaii.ed, and continuelo accumulate un
til Ihe body bcco.nesllter.illy lojcled wilhdiease.
The above pills may be taken at all times, and un
der all circumstinces, with perfect safcty They sui
al complainls and all ages, Lndareas uatural lo ihs
humin cuiijtitution as loovl, cons4iu2titly they can
never iniure even the most delicale. Like our food
Ihey are diestible iherefore lliey enter inlo Ihe ci
culation, and impirt an energy to the blnod which
enables it to llcw wilh freedoui quite to the evtremir
lies; and consequently to keep the pons of tlie skin
open. They are liue and perfect punfiers of thb nlood
because Ihey drain all ccnupt humors frcm Ihat life
giving fluid. They impart strenztb and viROr tn tha
whole sysem. and Iheir effecis are ahvays benelidal;
because Ihey only retnove those humors uhicb areop
sposed lo health. They aid and improve digtslion, Sc.
onnd slecp follows Iheir use; because Ihey cleanse
the stomach and bowels of iheir sliiny humors wnicli
no. only irrilate and excite the iiervous syslem, bu
paralyze and weaken thedigestive organs. In sho
they possessall the good properlies Ihat can be claira
cd lbr any medicine; and vhat is v remirkablo.rtt
it is ulrerly impossible lo use them wiihjut benetit.
Price 25 cenls per box, wilh full directions.
0O-Office and General Drpot for Ihe New En;
tand States, No. 1D3Tremo.t STREEx.near Court
(JCJ-Ace.-jts have been appoinled for Ihe sle of
the PILLS in most every town iu New England.
Middlebury, Geo. H Fish
Bennington, Jonathan Hnughton
Williamsvilfe, Ctiarlts W Joy
Bennington, J C Haswell
Rutland, William Fay
Woodsti ck, Haskell & Palmer
Dover, HirgSi Baldwin
Waterford, H l utiing &. Co.
Bethel, Snmuel Au3ti:i,Jr.
Springfield, Geo. Washbnrn
Proctorsville, Proctor & Kobinson
Londonderry, Smitn & Ghizier
BriJgcwatcr, Thomas S'oull.gate
Chester, PhinansO Sarseiit
Windsor, S Hubhaid
Burlington, A Brinsmad
East l-'ouliney,llickock & Mears
Cornwall, Samuel Everls
Wilmington. A B Childs
Stowe. Albert Comps
Post Mills, Jeremiah Wilton
St. Johnsbury, Luther Jewett
Wtston, John Wilder
Waterbury. Persons Lyons
Montpelier, William Clark
Ludlow, John D nbar & Co.
Beading, Wood &. Merrill
Hartford, J P Strons & Co.
Norwich, Baxier ifcNewton
Barnard, J P Danfoiih
Bethel, Lorenzo Hnchcock
Cavendish. A Gibson &. Son
Guilford, Philip Martin
Halifax, J C Stone & Co.
Northfield. Mardockdc. Alexander
Weathersfield. Barley Bartlett
Hartland, Cotton & Iframble
Fairfjx, Hampton Lovegood.
JCy All Ietters relau'veto the Pillimustba
addressed thus:-N- E. COLLEGE OF HEALTH
19STremont St.Bnoa, Mass." 20;lf
MANUFA C TURING, CLOTH DRES
THE subscriber will conlinue to carry on
the above business at tho old stand of O
Jewett Esq. where he will behnppy to serre
his old patrons and the public generally.
Having fitted up his machinery in the best
possible manner, he fcels safe in assuring
them ihat their work will be done in the best
manner, and on the mostreasonable terms.
New Haven, East Mills, June, 1840.5.