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STATE OF VERMONT, 7
Vistrict of Netchaven, sr. J
The Hnn. Drnhate cnnrt fnr ihriliKtttrt nf New llaven.
To a!l pereoits Ir.tcTfjMl in Ibc Estate of Georc,e Bidwell, late of
fiiarktburo, deecased, u?me, Greitino.
Whoreas, Danlel Mmblet. adcifiiBmrtor 'de bonunon of
the Estaie ofeaiJ Decessrd roposeaio reniier an account or Lls
a&nuii'UaUon, and pretcut his account apilnst nld ralale for al-
ruwancc, aia rrotrcte uourt to &e nowen ai ukiiw
in Bristol, in eaid dlrtci,on ihc MMonday of Octobcr ncii,
at 10 o-cloct, A M .: Tlwreforc. you are hcreby noufied to apuear
i -r....-.j . -i ,t tim.,.lt,licpnri)rtiaiJ. to ebiiw cauee,
if any you tarc, viiTtbe saMaccnunt thould not bc allowcd.
AngiM, A.D.1MI- '" """"
AND ALL SICKNESS AND DISEASE
The grcalcst Secrct discovered 1
l'urce purge purge has been the cry for the
last few years. This has been cff.-ctually tried, and
ct suflerers have multiplied and did ; and why ?
Not bccause purging was not necessary, but too
much had bcen done wilhout the toaic to follow,
and sustain the system. Porge, you must ! Tb
sicklv humors ofthe blood must be carncd ofl or
tha a'ciumulation of them prevented. Prerent then
tlie srowth of such humois.
Why do tlie Cbinese live to such inimense ages
a.nd stlll retain the powers of youth or raiddle age
Uecause they purify the blood. The Chinese
Jilood Pills so called because they worlt upon and
cleansethe Blood are tbettandard remedy. Thcse
pills will do it ; and the Temperance Bitters, taken
as directed, will strenglhen the system and prvent
the accumulation of bise humors which infeit the
blood, and which only increases by purgcs, unless
the bitttrs are taken afler. Buy, then, these pills
and bitters. Take wcekly the pills, and daily the
bitters, and ifyou are or have been invalidi for day3
weeks, months, or years, you wil' find the iickly
humordrawn off. and prerented from aretum, and
ihe sallow ycllow huc of sickness change rapidly to
Xhefull blooming glow of health and youthful buoy-
There are cases so numarous of these brilliant ef-
fccls, that time and space forbid an atteinpt to put
thein down. Buy and use these medicines, and use
iio other. and health and strenalh shall bc yours. See
wrappcr and directions that come with them.
Will be attemnted. Buy no rewedy of the kind un-
less it have my name O. C. Lin, M. D. on the
wiapper, and also the notice as follows :
'Entered accordine to Act of Consress, A. D,
1S41, ly Thos. Connel, in the Clerk'a oflice of tbe
District Court of Ihe Uni'ed States for the SJouthern
District of New York."
Warninted lhe onlv irenuinc.
Mcssrj. Comstock c Co., New York, are the
sole holesa!e agcnls for tho United States and the
E HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
WARD has beea ofiVrcd for montlis. toany
i r o who will use a botlle of Ilays Lmiment for the
I Jmvithoul being cured. Of thousands sold, in
l. - instance has it failed of a cure. Proof over-
v iitlinme to be had nhere it is sold. It is alao a ccr-
tain cure in nearlv every case.
(cxternally) in the following complainls
For the Piles.
Kor all Dropsj ,
i'orc thioat by ctncets or
Tightness of the chest
especially in children,
Koul Ulcers of the legs,
or olher fungus sores,
howcver obstinate or
Chilblains &c. &.
Some Swindlers have countcrfcited this arlicla and
put it up with vanous dcvices. Do not be imposed
upon. One thing only wil protect you it is the
l.ame ot cOMSTOCK & CO, ; that natne must bi
always on the wrapper, or you are cheated. Do not
f'-rge'tit. Take this direction with you, and test by
that. or nevcr buy it; frr it isjimpossible for any other
to be true or genuine.
Sold by COMSTOCK ti CO..
71 Maiden Lane. 10: ly
CERTIN CURE IOR S1CK HEADACHE,
which has been uscd in familics, every member of
which has had stck headache trom lntancy, as a con
stitutional family cotnplaint, and has cured effectually
in every instance jet known, amounting to tnany
hundreds. It isnot unplcasant to tho tastc, and docs
not prevent the daily avocations of one using it ; it
must be perscvercd in. and the cure is gradual, but
rcitain aud permanent. Instinces are constantly
multiplying where this distressing complaint is com
plctcly relicvcd and cured, althouh of years standing
bv Ihe use orur. pom-s ceieniateu remeuy. une
decided prefcrencc a its plcasantness, havmg none of .
the nauseating eflect of comraon drujs. J
It is so perfectly satisfactory that the proprietor has (
given direction lor his agents to refund the pnce to .
any one who is not pleased with, and cured by ;t. i
He hopes also that this may secure ltsgreat bcneGt to
Ihc distrcssca suilerere wno are lauounng unaer
E. Spohn, M. D. Inventorand Proprielor.
COMSTOCK & CO.,
11 Jlaidcn Lano New York.
Frcm lhe New York Herald.
a gentleman bcloiiging to one of the most ancient
and weallhy farailies ot this city, who must be well
knnivn to numerous friends, having since the year
1818 uii to rcccntlr, been bent nearly double. and for
sevcra yea s connneu 10 i. s ocu, las oeen nsimta
.0 gooo , neaun-nas regamuu ..a.ura. crecr posiucn The greal business of .. purg;ng in time3 of sick.
-and has nu.ttedhis ca.r.age.and now walks w.th ,CS3 isDeginnins lobe properly ap?reciatcd. and ex
cafe !! Wo beheve this is the gentlernan's own des- lMiTeBdc1ood. cLnxon Sc,c (that unerring
rript.cn as near as possible, and there is no axaggera-! uid 4lch t on, ,hc art3 f se,fish ,)ractitione
t.on .n.t Wewill g.ve inquirers h.s address, and can islead.) has ound lha. it is much more conven-
i V v.t b x. " J
so that any one doubtm-. may know these facts-
ihoujth he rcquues his name may not appear in pnnt.
Among other similar instances, Mr. Jas. G
m (Jhnsiis at. nas necn restored and will give
ersonal assurance of the facts of his case. Bolh
wcre iheumatism, and contracted cords and sinews.
IIow has this been done P
Akswer By the Indian Vecetable Elix
er intcmally, and Hn-.vrs' Nerve and Bone
Liniment externally N. Y. HcralJ Jan. 26 1841.
Sold only by COMSTOCK & CO..
71 Maiaen Lane, New York. 10:ly
CLEANL1NESS OF THE HEAD AND
Strane it is that persons who attcnd slrictly to
pcfeonal, cleanliness, baths, &c. should neglect the
Hcad 'he Hair the most cssential the most expos
cd and the most bcautiful, lliough properly cared
for, of all the gifts ofthe Creator. Mfe:lly freemay
itbe keptofdandruff orscurf witflK-tainty that
thehair cannot fall out, by thc useWlie BaTnuOf
Columbia. Ladies will vou make your toilct without
this article ? I answer fearlessly, No, ifyou haveunce
tried aud experienced its purifying fffects it, sweet
A hnndred articles have been put forth on the
credit of this the only firet the only really valuable
article. A mass of testimony from all classes to these
Counterfeits are abroad look a way for the name
of COMSTOCK & CO., on the splendid wrappers
and never buy it wilhout that name.
READ THE FOLLOWING.
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late Mayorof Phila
tfrlphia, has certiiicd, as may be seen below to the
high characleroj Ihe following- gentlemen.
The undersigncd do hereby ceittfv that we have
sed Ihe Balm of Columbia discovered by J. Oldridge
nJ have found it highlj serviceable not only as a
-eventive against the falling off of bair, but also a
WM. THATCHER, senior,
MelhoJisl Ministcr in St. George charge,
No. 85 North Fifth-st,
JOHN P. INGLES, 331 Areh st.
JOHN D. THOMAS. M. D. 103 Race Ik
JOHN S. FUREY. 101 Spruce st. '
HUGH McCURDY, 213 South 7th it.
JOHN YaRD, jr., 123 Arch st.
FcTSslsby S. MOODY. Drugght. 11-Jv
fOL AN'S SaRSAPABILLA OoMpmnin
10 oz. for sfclo by the doz. or al re
tail.by JOHN WOOD.
25 Kegs Powder,
6CC CAEisiera of superior artic'e, for sale.
A. & W.S. JOHNSON
C ALOX, Codfish, Mackurei, Pickled and
1(3 dricd Halibut, for snle by JOHN irOOD
BRUSH Hats, constantly foi sale, of the best quali
,vbv JOHN WOOD
LOUR of tlio best kind, for sale by
FIFTY dozcn Taft's Cast Sieel Scythc?,
5 do. Moise's do.
For sale wholesale and retail bv
A. t W. S. JOHNSON1.
N orderto secure to jou the truej Hrandreth
il. Vegetatle Uniteraal Pilh, the sale of them in
four State will be conducted in the following manner
But one Travelling Agent, Mr. JOHN O. LANG
i.EY, will visit the State, whose aulhority to act for
me, will be made manifest, by his producing numer
aas eertificales, signed vtilh a pen by me, with m
"amily arms embosscd upon a paper and a finely ese
:uted view of my Manufactory in New York State,
Local Agents.by observing this, need never be ira
oosed upon by Pedlars.
Every Local Agent, furnished with the Genuine
ills, will have one of those aforemenlinned Certifi
:ates put up in his Store. Obssrvc that it is signed
vith a pen, B. Brandreth, M. I). JlvA that my Fa
aily Arms are embosjSed npon the paper.
See that thc tlate therecf is cngraved.
XJ-NoCerlilirate Is anyguarantee that the bolder
.ells genuine Pills after one year from lhe engraved
(XJ-Purchasers by observing thu need never be
mposcd upon by Local or Travelling Traders who
laveno more pnnciple than to aeai in Uounlcrfeit
Vledicine. See the reading on the side of each box,
ind never forget to ask for this Certificatc of Ageney.
Th-. aforementioned Travelling Agent wiM make
frequent calls upon Local Agents, furnishing them
from time to time with supplies of the Genuine Bran
dreth's Pills, from my Principal JVeuj England Of
lice, 19 Hanover Street 19 BOSTON.
D3" No Pills will be sold from me to retail in Ver
mont but to Local Agents, therefore, should others,
not holding my Ccrlificates of Agcncy, piofess to
have the Genuine Brandreth's Pills, belicve them not!
One icord to traOickers in Counterfeits of my 1'ilis.
I am determinaa io cxpose an iniringements upon my
A List of my Local Agents in Vermont, will be
lublisbcd in most ot the papers printrd in that State,
oon as preparcd. Purchasers, buy of those -fgenls
lair, ana you wiu avoiu imposumn.
BENJAMIN BRANDHETIi. M D.
241 Broadway N. Y.
So'.e Proprielor of Brandrctli's Vegelabh Uni
t'.rtal Fills, inthe United Stalcs of America.
TaCTH IS SI'LF EVIDENT.
ta- In the countrv eo subject as this to sudden chan-
ges in tee temperature of the atmcsphere, is of the
verv ereatest importance that a strict tvatch be con
stantly kept upon the very seat of hfe the region of
the stomach and boweis. It is there the Creator has
placed the VITHL PRtNCIPZES of our exislence;
and it is througn tncm tnat tno numan trame continu
aiy renews ani renovates itself from tho natuial loss
es it sustains by thc very actioo and re-action of the
Ufe principle. The stomach and boweis may there
fore be called the grand regulatois of the body's
health. They sound the alarm when any thing infcc
tious has been absorbed they become aflected even
when the most remote members of lhe bodyhave sus
lained iniury. There sympathy with every ill that
can befall each and all of the corporeal agents, is as
fixed and sleady as it is prompt and extensive. Itis
only by propcr and timely attention being at all timess
and in all seasons, paid to those MAIN SPRINGS OF
EXISTENCE, the stomach and boweis, so that they
may be supported in their regular functions, thai the
changes of temperature are rcndered less aflecting,
and a state of almost unintcrrupted health can be ae-
Although the causes which produco and foster dii
sase in the human body are very numcrous.yet the cf
ctis mvariablythe same, namely IMPUR1TY OF
HE BLOOD jrd whatevermedicine will carry off
ccs hrnnors ibi:V, have produced this contaminatinn
of the blood must of necessity, rcstore the healthy
condition of the body, and the eurcst safeguaid a
gainst protracted intirmity ar.d premature decay.
II is necdless to recapitulate here, all that has from
me to time been adduced to prove the efficacy of
Brandrcth's Vegctable Univcrsal Pills,
Xing and succcssful expcriment has convinccd even
,v mn,i .),;. th,t it i ih ont, r.,i;r;. ,u
ated for lhe rlain cure ana prevention of disease,
uti,ousands and tens of thousands have been restored
0 heaith aIld happmess under its beneficial ampices,
ho have Deell pr0nounced as incurable by physicians
0r the Hrst standing, and in manv cases when crery
oher remedy had been resortrd to in vain.
t aii case3 Dr ,;n an.t ,,.,vnp,. hAihpr it ,
cnronic or receni wncincr it oe deatness or pam in
, lhe side, whether it arises from constitutional or some
I ather cause whether it be from intcrnal or extcrnal
1 'njury, the disease is always sure to be iradicated by
i lerseverine in the use of these Pills. Their tafetu
ii all thc various stages of existence from helpless
nfancy to old ase has lons heen subiect of esoecial
commcndation and wondcr and the fact that the
appiication of VEGETBLE PURG.5TIVES is un
attcnded by the laast incnnvenience, and that no par
(icular attention is required at the time that the Pills
are takea, citheras regards dietor action, constitutos
ot il eelt one or thc most important benehts ever be-
5towed on nianWrid
leuttotake an occaional dose of Piiis. and thereby
re UNiNTERRUPTED HEjJLTH, than to
suhmit bl., bIi;iterej or s,Ura,,A' Uh th.
c . , ... .u , f n, ,A d . :mmeIi;,cIv rniin,r
months and perhaps years of unuterable sufierings will
be entailed; and that thc only individualprofited by the
trcatment is ine uocior.
It is alsotoe worlhy of considiration, that the
principle of purging with Brandreth's Pills rcmoves
lothing but the uselcss and decayed particles from the
body the morbid and corrupt humors of the blood
a-hich generally impede the functiocs of the liver
hen they settle upon that org?n produce rheuma-
sm when they settle upon the muscles gout when
.ney settle upon the nerves consumption when they
settle upon thc lung ; costiveness when they seltle
npon the intcstines apoplexy, paralysis, and all the
train ol melancholy disorders so falal to the suflerer,
when thcse settla upon the lining of lhe blood vessels.
The depravity ol the humors is also the immediate
lause of intermittentfeversand dysentery as nolhing
is rcquired but the conlact or contagious rniasma, to
produce bilious, yellow, scailet, and the like kindof
icvers.as dysentery and dlanhoea.
11 must, therefore appear self-evident that purgine
me loul humors frnm thn hnriv 19 h nnl Tm. .nj
Effective mcans of curing and preventing these com
plamts, and every other form of disease : for as it re
quires the tempest and the tornado to brine about a
state of purity iu the ocean when its waters have
beenstagnant.so w.U it require repeated evacuations
by the boels, before the blood can be relieved of its
jccumulated impurities, and Nature lcR free to restore
every organ to its proper healtby action. But yet
;ven when this has been done it is impossible for
those who take little exercise to enjoy perfect health
unless they occasionally make use of vegetable purga
tivemedicine ; for the conduits ofthe blood are there,
eby kept rea from those impurities which would pre'
ventits steady current ministen'ng health morbid h
mors are preveuted from becoming mixed with it, an
nature is thus assisted through the means and outlines
which she had provlded for herself.
fjcj-BEWARE.and NEVERPurchase BrandrethV
Pills without the sellercan exhibit, lhe Ceitificale al-
mieato at tnecommencement of this adversisement,
and do not forget that PEDL-fRS NEVER have the
t ruc rius.
BENJJJIIN BRANDRETH, M. D.
Sole Proprietor of Brandreth's VeRelable Uni
verJll,s' inthe United States of Jlmerica.
-""tv haiiak, Agent, Jiiddlehury
Shirts, Bosoms & Collars.
ATADE by the Education Society, contantlv
on nnd ai a for sale by
JH7.6.1841. Z. BECKWITH.
HE subscriber tukes this mcthod to in-
form tlio public generally, that he has
commet.ced tho abovc busincs at thc old estab
lishment heretoforo occupled by Q. C. Rich,
and others, Shoreham, where hc is solicitous to
obtain business in his linc, and will excculo all
orders intrusted to his caro with ncatncss and
despatch. His practical cxperience is such
that he feels safe in assuring the public that he
will givo lhe best satisfaction to all who may
cnlrust business to his care.
17 tf ALPHONSO KILBORN.
Shoreham, liich's Mils,) Aug. 25, 1S41.
DB. A. SHEBMAN'S
05" Children or adults cau tako medicirib in
this form without difficulty. It is tho only
wny to make it pleasant yet discovered.
05" Purchasers will please observo that th
name "A. SiiErtMAN, M. D." is on pach hox.
SHEHLj AN'S COUGH LOZENGES.
IS ozenges are scaled, and havo "A
Slicrman, M. D." on tho side of
the box- Thev are the safest, most sure and
efiectual remedv for couchs, colds, cousump
tians, whoonins coush, Asthma, tightncss of
thc Lungs or chest, Sic. J-c. The proprietor
has never kuown an instanco whero they did
not give perfect salisfaction. Several thou.
sand boxes have been sold wtthin the last three
months restoring to health, persons in almost
every stage of consutnption, and thoso labor
ing under the most distressing cold and coughs.
They do not check and dry up the cough, but
render it easy, prornote expcctoration, allay
the tickline or irritation, and removelhe prox-
iinate or excittng cause. They are made from
acombination ofthe most vrluable cxpectoront
for cough medicines, and are undoubtedly su
perior to everv thinff in uso for those com
nlaints. Hundreds of certificates have been
offcred of their wonderful virtues, from thos
who have been saved from an unttmely gravo
and restored to perfect health by using them
Dose. One lozenge is a dose for an adult, and
may be repeatcd from three to six limes a dav,
usrequircd. Children, eight years old, halfof
one: four years, a quarter, and so in proportion
Very small children or infants will take them
best dissolvcd in a little water. Should they
act as an cmctic, or produce nausca, tho dose
must bc lcsscncd to what the stomach will bear.
Half of one will generally be sufticicnt to tako
before breakfast, as the siomach is more casily
sickencd. No ill effects can arise from an
ovcr dose, as it will cause lhe stomach to ro
ject it; and although not a pleasant sensation,
will be found to give rclief. Whero there is
much pain in tho breasl orside one ofSherman's
roor matn s I'lasters snouia De anpuea over
the part, and worn till relieved. If attcnded
with costivcncss, a few cathartic or laxative
Lozcnges, or any mild cathartic incdicine
should bc used as occasion rcquircs. Sold at
tho Variety Store, by PANGBORN & Brins.
aid, Jewellers, Burligton, Vt. wholesale a
cnts. A hbcral discount to mcrchnnts who
fjuy to sell again. For sale by J. DrAE.
POOR MAN'S PLASTER.
NLY 12j cents each. Fach plastor ha
pnntcd on tho back ol it, "Sherman
Poor man's plaster." Itis tho dest slrcgthen
tng plaster in tho world, and a sovercign rem
edy for pain or wcakness in lhe back, loins
side, brcast, neck, limbs, joinls, rhcumalisml
lumbago, dic. &c. Ono million a year wil
but supply the demand. I hey will require a
little warming before appiication. Warrantcd
superior to all others, and for one quarter the
usual pricc, making not only thc best, but lhe
cheapcst plaster in tho world. It affords rolief
in a few hours, and makcs astonishing curcs.
In liver complaint and dyspepsia, it should be
worn over tho rcgiou ofthe liver or slomocht
and it will affbrd great and astonishing rclief.
In coughs, colds aslhmas, difficulty of hreath.
ing, oppression of the chest or stomach, they
will immediately sootho, and greatly bencfit
the patient. Persons of sedentary habits, or
those obliged to stand much, will rcct-ive deci
ded support from one of lhe truly,strengthning.
plastcrs. Thysicians generally recommend
them, in preferencetoall others, bccanse they
stick or adhere better and afTord greater rclief.
In their operation they are stimulnnt, tonic,and
anodync. They are composed of entircly dif-
crent increuicnts from any other; and known
from the experiencc of millions, who have us-
ed them, as well as Ihc united testimony, of all
tho celebratcd and .distinguishcd clerpy and
physicians, to bc thc most useful and highly
medicated phster, cveriinventcd or onored to
the public. Several persons have cahcd at tho
warc house to cxprcss their eurprisc and thnnks
at thc almost miraculous cnrcs thcsr plastcrs
have efTccted. One man who had been afTlict
ep with rhcumatisui, as to bc unable lo dress
himsclf without assistancc, was enablcd after
wearing one, only one nighl to gci up alono in
thc morning, put on his cloihcs and call alour
office with eyes beaming with joy nnd his
tongue pounng forth lhe gladncss of his heart,
at the sudden and signal relicf he had reccived
from ihis best of all remedies. Ask for Dr.
Sherman's Poor Man's Plaster. It is so call
ed, bccause lhe pricc places it in the power of
all to purchasc, being only 121 ets. Sold at
ho variety store by Pangborn & Brinsmaid,
Joweller. Burlington, Vt. wholesale ngents.
A liberal iiscouutta merchants who buy to sell
agatn. Fri i z by J. Dvau. 35;ly
rilHE Subscriber ofTers forSalo his Oil will
-I- with the Valuable Water privilege attach- j
ed to'it.together with aconvenienl Brick House
nnd Lot, situated nt the lower Falls, half a mile
below this Village,likewisea )arge Brick House
and Lot, near tho Consrepainnal sieetinsr
House, in this Village. Ira Stcwart.
Middlebury Aug. 7ih 1841.
r? B.A B. Cast, Shear and Spnns Stecl
JCi for salo by IRA STEWART.
Middlebury, Aug. 8, 1841
W7 EESVILLE round, snuare.and flallron i
JKk of all tho sizes manufactured U the ,
works, are constantly on nana, ana toi aie Dy
the subscriber. 1RAS7EW IT.
rLTiddlebury, August 8, 1841.
AS asain returned from W dstock
and will hereafterremain in iddlebury
during the summer. Ile feels condent tha
his skill, and cnlarged cxperience as a dentist,
will ensure him thc liberal patronage which he
has hitherto received from thc inbabitants of his
Afiddleburv, July 13, 1841, lOtf
TFENTY-FJVE dozen Superior Rakcs
at manufacturers prices, and Lots of
Scvthes, Snaths, Hay-forks, and. Grain-cradles
orsaleby JOHN T700D.
alHE subscriber has been appointcd
. Agent for the HARTFORD FIRE
INSURANCE COiMPANY, for Middle
oury and vtcinity, and will receive propo
sals for insuring property against loss or
damagc by Fire. The long established
reputation of this company, and thc
promptncss with which all their transac
tions liave been charactcrised render it
unnecessary to say anything in its favor.
All business connccted with the oflice in
trusted to him will bc faithfully and punc
JONATHAN IIAGAR, Agent.
Middlebury, Fcb. 2G, 18 4. 42;ly
Vergennes & Troy Line.
THIS line nf Boats will resume business at
the opening of navigation, leaving Ver
gennes every Tuesday and Saturday morning at
7 o'clock, towed by" stearner McDonough to
Whitehall, arriving ai Troylhe 3d day leaves
Troy Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2 o'clock
P M., arriving at Vergennes on Tuesday and
Saturday raornings. Freight for the South
must be on board the fnre part of the day previ
ous. At Troy Freights will be taken up to the
hour of leaving. Kor further particufars inquire
of R. CHAPMANand
M. D. HALL, 5 Vergennes,
H. S. OSBON, Ajrent, Troy OfBce Nn. 351
River St., over I. H.'Hooker's Tow-boat Office,
4th duor upstairs.
N. B. The proprictors ofthe above Line re
spectfully solicit a continuance of patronage, and
plede themselves to fciwar.i freight entrusted to
their care with prnmptness and despatch, having
every necessary lacmty.as usuaL
pri, 1841. 48,6ra
VERGENNES & BUF FAO
CAPT. M. T. DAVIS, will commence her tnps
on the 27lh of April, bctween this city and Buf-
lalo, Kunning iniciit and uav, as lollous :
LEAVES VERGENNES, LEAVES BUFFLO,
Through thc 8th Day.
This Packet has been tboroughly lrraed and t
now in first rate order for
Freight and Passcnjiers.
Will ieave Vergcuncs at 7 o'clock in the morning,
towed by the Stearner MrDonough. Freight nius
be on board the day previous. Passengers, particu
Iarly from Vermont, those moving or visiting their
friends, to and fro, will almost always find some go-
inc into their immediate npighborbood, thereby mak'
ing Ihe trip more agreeablc. Erery attention will be
paid to rassengers, with, or without board, oy a
careful Captain and crew, who will endeavor to give
satislaction. For furthei particulars, inquire ofthe
capiain on Doara, orot
K. (JliAl MAN, Kergennei.
or JOY & WEBSTElt, Buff.ilo.
March 25, 1841. 49;6m.
TUE subscriber ajain rcminds his
friends and lhe public ihat he has on
hancl at the old stand, 3 doors north
ofthe jnilagoodand fashionable assortment
of Hats, which he will sell as low, if not a little
loicer, than can be bought at any other cstab
LamVs Wool will bc rccetved in payment
for hats, at a ltboral pnce.
N. B. Those whose accounts havo be
come due. are requested to call and settle the
same withou: delay, as theso sums arc very
much wanlcdjto mect the hardness ofthe times
Middlebury. Aucust 10, 1840. 14
GUNS AND GUH-SM1THIHC.
raiHE subscreber has iust n ceivcd
-. and will sell for ready pay, at
the o!d stanu,
Wtiskcts and Pocket-pistols,
Huntiii!;-;uns Gun-locks of Flint
Doub'e-barrel and Ptrcussion,
Percussion-cnps & powder Iron aud
Rifle powder, Brass & German
Steel ranirods, silver mountin!;?,
iiullet-moulds, Uest ntle-powiler,
Jd' Stockino and Heparino Guns dotie on
short notice and warnted to give satisfaction.
Middlebury Aug. I4th 1841.
Health and Strength !
DR. S. O. RICH ARDSON'S SHERRY
A RE the cnly sure remedy for Dyspepsia
-CL and Jaundice that has ever been discovered
and their general use for 32 years, with re-jof
commennntions lrom the most emineniot tne i
stable Patriot. Essex Banner. Haverhill Ga-'"
zette, Lowell Patriot, Bunker Hill Aurora, !
Charlestown, Portsmouth Gazette, N. HNonh-
ern Star, R.t Island, Lincoln Telegrapb, Me.,
New Yoik Evening Signal, &c. rnust assure the
' amicteu that they;possess wondeiuil ment.
THEY GIVE LIFE, ELASTIC11T AND V1G0R
j to the viscera, promole the peristaltic action,
cleanse the stomach and boweis from unhealthy
i accumulations, and purify and enlivcn tbe blood
. in the most thorough and ellectual manner.
They are the most ceitain remedy for all those
prevalent uiseases called dyspepsia jaundice.liv
, er complaints, heartburn, dizziness, headache,
wandenng orsetlled pains, sinkiog laintness,
S0Ur stomach, lnss of appetite, weakness of the
limbs. nervous debilitv. costiveness, piles, and
all diseascs caused by an unhealthy stateof the
stomach and boweis.
Tbey are the unrivlled and effieacious com
pound of a
and Giaduate of the
NEW-HAMPSUinE MEDicAL COLLEGB,
who has made the study of Medicine his pro
fession. Being composed entirely of vegetables, they
are of such a nature that they may be taken in
any length of time by invalids of any age, with
mt injuring the system or erposing it to take
BEWARE OF PEDLERS!!
The genuine article cannot be obtained of
them on any pretence whatever.
IMErER EMPLOY THEM,
Nor allow thcm'Jo sell my Medicines.
meaicai racuny, anu cunnriai nuuccs irau iuc nn(j answcrs returneu
Boston Morning Po,t Boston Da ly Mail, Pjyra- found first quality and
And all Biiters, put upin phials and small round
bottles, purponin;: to be mine,
As some are base t-noujh to fill the empty
bottles with theh stuff, and thus deceive the un
wary, and some have attempted an imitation of
my Bitters in papers.
BE CdREFUL OF 1VHOM YOU
In consequence of these attempts at imposi
tion, I have been at gteat cxpense m havinjr new
direc'.ions and wrappeis,and in fulure the Bit
ters in papers will be done up in a differentstyle.
See thal thc envelope has on it my naxe in l'ull,
"entered accordins to an act of Congress, in the
year 1840, bv S. O. Richnrdson, M. D.; In the
Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massa
chusctts;" and on the olher side, "Establislied in
1803, at South Reading, County of Middlesex,
Alassachusetts." The border around the inside
directions, (which are printed cn white tissue pa
per) is so curiously engraved that the words "Dr.
S. O. Richardson's Sherry "Wine Biltets" pre
scnt themselves in a thousand different forms.
Asaconv richt has been "ranied me.
All injringcmcnts icill be scverely dcalticith i
according to law. The bottles are nearly ready
to be issued, in the same style.
All Bitters prepared by me have a fac-simile
ot my signiture on tlie outer enveiope.
To counlerfeit which is Forgery.
AS YOU VALUE YOUR HEALTH
BE CAREFUL !
Orders from Agents, merchints, traders, drug
gists, apothecaries and dealers in medicines, will
be punctually attended to, and sent to any part of
the country, safely packed in boxes.
Alibeial discount will beallowed on ihe sale.
For sale, wholesale and retai', at the
Dcclor's oflice, 15 Hanover street, Boston,
and in most Towns throughoui lhe New-Eng-land
JIPiiceTS cents per bottlc 50 cents perpa-
,N Thursday cvening last, in the village
ot Middlebury, a blue SILK rURSE,
containing two gold rings, and about twelve
dollars, among which werc two half caglcs
and a two-livre piece, which is not common.
AVhoever will rcturn said pursc and its con
tents, to the Middlebury Book-Store, shall
be well rewardcd.
JUST received, for
sale at the lowest
May 31, 1841
A. & W. S.
R. Brockway, Dentist, is in iIii'm Villogo ;
and will bo happy to receive Cnlls from
Ladics or Gentlemen who may require thc aid
of a Dentist.
N. B. Please call soon at thc Vermont Hotel
as his stay will bo short.
ESPECTFULLY informs the inhabi-
tanls of M:tldleburv, and lhe county
generally, that he is now receiving from
Boston antl New York, a ccneral assort
mentof Foreign and Domcstic
suitablefor the season, which he will scllat
Consisting of Broadclolhs Cassimeres, Sat-
tmetts, Vestings, Frcnch. London and
American prints, and Sheetings,
Caps, Umbrellas, and almost
every article usually
kept in Country
Crockery and Ilardware,
i?ar Iron and Nails,
bv wholesale or retail.
JBoois and S hoes,
Old and Young Hjson,
and hyson skin
which willbe found of a superior qualily
ougar, luolasses, alt,
and most articles in the Grocery line, also,
S heep Xobacco.
Middlebury, May 20lh, 1841 3;3v
MRt MEACHAM, from Albany, designs
oficring to the good people ol Middle
bury and vicinity, m a few days, a pair of his
two and three pedal
Persons wishing to purchasa will please Ieave
their name and nurnber nt tho Jewelry Store
of jrx. Joseph Dyar, and ihey will be duly no
tificd when the pianos are ready for examina.
tion. Orders for pianos may also bo left with
sir. Dyar, staling what prico and dcscription
instrument is wanted, and it will be immcdi-
ately forwarded to the manufactory at Albany
ihe iianos will bc
references may be giv-
l.u """V -' rpectauiiuy
n "e country.
References in Castlelon J. jieacham, A.
W. H3"de, Rev. jtr. Hallock, A. Warncr,
Dr. Smith, and Linus Wnrner, Prof. of smsic.
Also to Cash'r Scott, Bank of Vergennes.
July 0, 1841. 0 2mo.
VT 50.000, by
June 25. 1841.
lOPPER PUMPS and Lcad Pipe for the
same, lor sale by ULiAKK RICH.
&horcham, June 22, 1841. 7;tf
THE subscriber has on hand and will keep
constantlv for sale. at the marble auarrv. a-
bout a mile and a half east of this village, near
Aiuian btoweli's, on he road to JJea. lioyce's, a
nrstrate article of stone l.ime, which wiU besold
onreasonable terms. NATHAN MYRICK.
Middlebury, June 30, 1841. 8tf.
THE subscriber has commenced the pur
chase of wool for this scason, and will
pay cash, and as high prices as his employersi
Julv 13, 1841
TO DRY GOODS MERCHANTS. i
consequence of the extreraely unseltfed
state of the currency for a fcw years past, ren
dering thc sales on credit so very hazirdous,
and the manifest wrong nnd injustice of cliarg.
ing the good man sohigh a profit as the neces
sity ofthe case compeb every one to do in or
der to meet the losscs by thc bad, we adopted
the plan of buying and selling exclusively for
cash. And now having fully lested the fact,
that those who buy their goods on credit, or of
credit houses, or of cash and credit houscs, can
not at all compete with our customcrs in the
sa!e cf their goods, we shall therefore, conlinue
tho same system.
By paying cash for our goods, we are erra
bled to obtain most ofthem fromilnnufaciurers,
and from first hands, thereby saving (at leasi)
all the charges of lhe commission mercham,
such as commissies, guqrantee, intercsi, labor
&c, which often nmounts to a retail protfit,
which cnables us to sell by thc piece, as low as
they are usually bought by the package, (inter
We therefore spectallv mvite all those in the
trade who are not willing to pay the losses by
others, nnd can make such pay for their goods,
to call and cxamine ours, before purchastng
We keep constantly on hand a gencral as.
sortment of American, English and French,
Woollen, Ltnen, Cotton and Stlk, rancy and
staple Dry Goods, by tha piece or package.
JilSST.EK HULiailiS o; Uo.
167 Pearl st.
NewYork, Aug. 10, 1841. 17 ly
WOULD respectfully inform their pat
rons, and the public generally, that
they will continue to receive WOCL at the
cstablishment ofthe Middlebury Manufacturing
Company, to manufacture into Cloths, C'assi.
meres or Sallinetts, white or colored Flannels,
&c. of permanent colors and mixcs, tosuitthc
taste, on shares or by tho yard, at the option
Being furnished with lhe necessary appara.
tus, and having in their cmploy competent and
faithful workmon, they will continue to improve
the value and style of their goods, intending
that ihey shall not bo surpassed by thoso of
any olher establishment in the stato. They
will kccp an assortment on hand to accommo.
date thoso who may want a part of their cloth
Grateful fur thc extensive patronage they
have received, ihey hopo by slrict personal at
tention to business and lhe intercsts of their
patrons to receive a liberal share of their fa
vor. TERMS as reasonable as at any csIablisFr
ment in thc vicinity.
middlebury, June, 22.
"STUST received a large supplv ot Townc
LASTS and BOOT TR1SES, bv
arch 1!.'. 1841.
CONGUESS and Tavill.on Water lor sale by
'J'lic Lion ofthe JJav.
THE OLD DUTCH OR GERMAN
For sale ly . Moody, middlebury, Vt.
To the CHizens of the United States and the Cana
das is respectfully submitted tl.is Directory lo the
means for regaining Ihat which has bren paitially,and
in snir.e instances, totally Iost.
What tlessing shoulj be prized abovc that ol health,
and who knows better how to ptize the Mcsiinj, Ihan
those whu have been tleprived of it? It is an old aj
age. (and one that conlains a wise injunction.) "in
time of peace, prepare for war." We shouM in time
of Health prcparc for the altacks of that sieallhy lui
king foe, Disease. lt would be wisdoni to obscrve h'J
movements, to scan well the form in which he ap
proaches, and Ihen lo mcet him with Ihose mcans
xhich are calculaled lo effect his oveithrow.
Tnose mrans aie now before this enlightcned and in
tclligentrainmunily. Tlicy are accessible to the poor
as well as the rich, and Itiust that those who ri'gard
ihe Conslitution ofman asonc ofthe flnesl specimem
of Uivine woikmanship, and the Lans by vih'ch that
System isgoverned and direcled, as oninalin; in no
olher than in the rouncils of lleaven, will so fir oley
thc injunctions ofthe latter as to provide the beatsafc
guird for the formcr.
lt U with Ihe most flallerinj recommcndaticns,sul)-
scribed by most eminent Medical Geiitlemen not only
in this Country but also in Ku:ope : that I ouer Ihis
valuable Medicine to this American People.
Time and full opporiunity for a fair znd mpaitial
trial have placed the Lion of thc Day bffoud tlie
brand of Imposlion, Ilumhu;, Quackciy, &c.
This Pill is comnosed of exlracts from nine parts
ofthe veeetable kinsdom. fbeinc entirely free from
any drujr, ofa delcterious nature,) and adapted par
ticularlu to lhe cleansin? of the Stomach, Blood.
and the various secretions of the Human System,
IMhous Fevers, and Cholic. Fefer and Acuc, Jaun
dice, Scarlet Iiash, Dispepsia. Heartburn, Costive
ness. Asthma, and Liver Complaint have been cur
ed, by using these Pills accordingly io tbe directions
accompanv'ng each box.
It is not lntended that this Aleuicinc is a cure for
all Disease o which the human system is liable.
;Many eubrts have bcen madi: to compound aftled.
Iciue which would cure all Diseases, but haveaiff d.
Thoso Diseases enumeratcd above, are within
the power of these Pills and asure cure or relief is
Price 37, 1-2 cents.
Sold by A. & P. D. Barrows. Salisbury: S D.
Rockwefl , Cornwall ; Ruscegue & Walker, Whilin?;
Kent Wright, Shoreham ; Trumau S. Eldridge, Ad
dison ; F. Huntington, Vergennes: J. H. Harnes,
Charlotte, M. W. Kinslcy. Monklon ; Rockwood &
Webster.Staikesboro ; Titus B. Gaige, Bristol; R.
P. Nash, Ne w-Haven. 0- For Sale, in all the prin
cipal villages, in the State. WERRITT GRIFKIN,
Proprieler, Glenn's Falls, N. Y,
ORGAN &, PIANO FORTE
CHURCH and Parlor Oigans, and Piano
Fortes tuned and rpnnirprl nt chnrt nntic.e.
Orders from abroad, ihanklullv received and
punctually attended to.
Middlebury, Marcli 16, 1841. 45;tf
FLORENCE BRAID, Slrawand Pavel
Leaf Bonnets and Hoods.'just rccetved
and for sale. Z. BECKWITH.
May 31, 1841.
Cast Steel Axes.
SJIMMONS & CO'S Cast Steel
just received and for sale by
Jan, 12, 1841.
WSST-INDlA Goods and Grocenes a generally
sortment. for sale at the lowest prices by
rjnVEN-TYbales heavy 38 in. SHEETING:
A sale by JOHN WOOD.
T,S!irN.TY"FIVE cases helTy covr hde aai
X BOOTS. for sal vrrr low bv the case. by
June 25, 1841.