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THE jubscribers having purchased tho a
bvc establUhrr.ent, togcthcr with all the
ps.llerr.3 and otlior appurtcnances, would in.
fcim thc public that they can supply thcm with
a bettcr essortmcnt of
Ccoking, Box and Partor
than h-s been cflered from this or any olher
es :.m"nt ir. this seclion of tho country,
anJ at rauch Jowrr priccs. Having becn in
this bcst xjs i"ir the last ton ycara, thcy think
thry- aicqiwlified to givccntirc satisfaction to
their cusijmera. Any stoves or ploughs. or
r r's ol stoves or ploughs, that havc becn
m-iaui"iicturcd at this funiacc for the last 20
ycars, can be supplicd without any cxtra cx
pensc. I coking-Sfoves of the most approved pat
teras, Yankce Notion, Farmer,
i'rcmium Improved, and
and vaiious others too numcrous to mcntion.
Box stoves of all sizcs, and frora cntirely
Canada doublc box stoves,
Farlor aid Parlor Cookin" do.
Ilollow V are of ill kinds,
Slcigh Shoes and wagon boxcs,
Arch Framcs & Gralcs, and Ovcn-mouths,
TLX COPPER WARE and
' STOVE riPE,
manuf-'ciurcd by good workmcn, and from
tln. fcost niatcrials.
CyiSTINGS of all kinds at tho shortcst
Stoves in the plale, cr finishcd, will bo sup
plii.' rt vbolesalo to dcalersat thc lo west pri
ccs All crdcrs proniptly attcndcd to.
E. & A. A.WAINWRIGHT.
SS Lrrcby given that tho Copartenship
horetoforo exisiing between tlie undcrsign
cd, "ndt-r thc firni of Jamcs H. Ciiipman & Co.
i. this dav dissolved by mutual consent.
JAMES II. CI1IPMAN.
JOIIN 13. CHIPMAN.
Lnrrabecs Point, Oih Oct. 1841.
IT 1?. MnrtnrcT.rnn.-l l.rrtttr nivnc nrttt. llinf
t' r- bnofcs and uccounts of tlie lato firm of
Cliipmnii, & Co. also ali other do-
maius due thc said firm aro nssigned to him
nr J nre k-ft in thc hands of U. II. Evercbt Esq.
of S.i' .eli.nn fur collection.
JOIIN B. CIIIPMAN.
Shoreham Ociober, 9th 1841.
A. Chapman Son.
TB". subscribers having cntered intu par'ner
p iii busincs-E, under thejfirm ofA. Chap
man cc cou, at ti.e oio stanii, wouiu iniorm tr.e
inh ii-ais 0r Middb-bury and omnty gcnrii.liy,
ihat t ,ey ac ..ow weciviii- from Boston a gen-
t-ral atsortmcni of Foroigi) and Doincitic
Consisttng of Brondclolhs and figured j
I3i.avi.rof thclatcsl slle, Cassimcics, Sat-,
li.iet's!, Vestinss, Frcncb, London and !
Arv n-an pnnls. and feheet.ngs, t aps, Um-1
.rellas, and almost evcry art.clc usuaJ" ;
l.ept in Countrv Stoics
Crockcry and Hardwaro,
ly wholcialc or rctail.
jBoots and Shoes
and Iijson skin
and most othcr articles in the Grocorv line, 1
q i aJl ,' j
L Li!:?0.0.' a-n,c!cs .at fa,r!
Middlebury, Oct. lGtli. 1S41. 24 tf
ITZ" EESV1LLE round, sriusre.and fiatlron
ivk of all tho sizcs manufacturcd it thc
works. are cor.stantly on hand, and foi .alo by
the subscriber. IRA S7 EWART.
middlebury, August 8, 1841.
rTTlE subscriber ofiers for Sale a farm,
Jd. conlaining 250 acrcs of land, lying a
bouto milr-! south of this village, togi'ther with
the si io! s nr. j tools atinertaininir to thc sarr.c.
It is p.casantly situated on the bank of Oltcr
Uree!;. lerms of paymcnt made casv to the
pu'chascr. IRA STEWART.
Middlebury, June 22, 1S41. 7tf.
ORGAN & PiANO FORTE
I!URCH and Pailor Oigans. and Piano j
Fortes tuncd and repaired atihort notice.
Orders from abroau, lliunklullv rcceived and
puactually aitended to.
I. T. PACKARD.
MidJls y, Alarch 1C, ISU. 45;tf
Cast Steel Axes.
jKMMONS & CO'S Cast Steel Asep,
lZ!P just receivcu anu lor sale by
Jan. 12. 1S41.
FfnHE subscribcr keeps for sale
al COTTON B ATTS by the bale,
?.Ii.ltlkbur)"6ept. 11, !31. 19 tf
JOIIN VALLETT, (at the cheap cash
storc,) is now rcceiving from New York
a general assortment of scasonable
Among thcm may be found a great Tariety of
English and Amcricaa Prinls, of vcry
English, French and German Meriuos.
Piam and TTaved Beavcr Cloths and
Shadcd Crapes, and Bombazincs.
Plain and Figuied iMus. DuLaines.
ltibbons and Artificials.
Shectings, Shirtings, Battin and Wad-
Cotlon Yarn and Wicking, &c. &c.
Ladies Frencli Kid Siips and Walkinjr
SHOES. Togethcr with a good assort
Crockcry and Glass Warc.
Also a cho'tce selcotion o.' FAMILY
GROCERIES, LAMP OIL,
(t?'Purcliasers are respectfullj inviied
Middlebury, Oct. 7, 1841. 23;tf
TTAS just receivr d and Itcrps
conslanlly cn liand, a large
and splcndid assorfmcnl cf Go'lJ
and silver Lcvcr, Horizcntal Lc
pinc, Quarlicr and cotnmon
A fino assortment of silver Table and Tea spoons ;
Gold Iicads; filver TliimWcs; silver Speclaclej; Gog
S!es; GOLD AMD SILVER PEHCILS; Wallcis; Purscs;
Gold Chains; Scali and Keys; a fine assortment of
Finser-rings; Twcezers; Combs; beautiful Itazors,
i'cn-knives and Scissors ; Kar-iings ; Lreast-pins;
Snull-boxcs : Poclcet Pistols Ijree and small ; Vca
and House Kclts : Si.y-slasses ; BRASS BUQLES ; Pa
tentand cominon Flutctf; Music-lioxes ; Violiu asd
Bass Viol Stiings ; Fifcs; Clannnrtts ; Flagolclts ;
Tunins-forks ; LOOKIHG-GLASSES ; Tberim.metars ;
losellier will. varicus otbcr aiticles usiiallv Uepl in a
Jewcller's il.op, comprisin; a bettcr a?sottincnt llian
evcr ollereil in tlus placc I efora ; T ozcther willi a
largc assortment of
Brass, Alarm,and Woodcn Clocks,
whicblic can and will scll as ciieap as any one.
CIjcIis and Watchcs FAiTiirnr.L,LV RE
PA1KED at thc sbortest notice, and no pains spared
to rivp satisfaction.
Sliddlebury, Oct. 11, 1611. 23 If
TO DIIY GOODS MERCIIANIS. 1..
consequcnce of the e.Mremcly unstttled
state of thc currency for a few ycars pas', ren
during the sales on credit so vcry hazirdous,
and the manifest wrong ai:d itijustici; of charg
ing the good man soiiigh a profitas thcncccs
sity of thc casc coinpcl3 cvcry ono to do in or
dcr to mcct the losscs by the bad, we ndoplcd
thc plan of buying and sclling exclusively for
cnsh. And.now having fully tcstcd t'le fact,
that those who buy thcir goods on crr.dit, nr of
crcdit houses, or of cash and credit houses, can.
not at all compoto with our customcrs in the
sa!c cf their goods, wo shall thercfore, conlinue
the sam'c sys;em.
By paying cash for our goods, wo are cna
b'.ed to obtain most of thcm froniilttnufacturcrs,
and from first hands, thcreby saving (at lcast)
all thc charni's of tho commission incrchat:t,
jsuch as commisiics, gcarantce, intercst, labor
&c, nhicn otlon amounls to a rctail prolht,
wh;c, cnables us lo sell by thc piece, as low as
, b , , b , pnd.agei (;ntcr.
i J 1
! Wc therefore spccially invite nll those in thc
j trade who are not willing to pay tho losscs by
! others, and can makc snch pay for their goods,
!tocall and cxaminc curs, bcfore purchasing
Wc kccp cnns'antly on liand a general as-
. . - C ' 1? ! ?. 1 T I
Woo Lin Coton J s; p d
staple Drv Goods, by tl-.o piccc or packace.
107 Pcarl sU
NewYork, Aug. 10, 1S41.
18 4 1.
DAVEHPORT Sl TURHER
;,tSI&rOULD respcctfullv inform thcir nat-
w vf ror.s, and thc public generally, that
, tney wiii comui'io to rcccive wuul. at mc
j cslablishmcnt of thc siiddlebury nanufacturing
j Companj-, to manufacturc into Clotli.i, C'aEsi.
I mcrcs or Sattinclls, wliitc orcolorcd Flanncls,
j &c. of permancnt colors aid mixcs, lo suit thc i
jtastc, on sharcs or by the yard, at thc option
iof thc ov.-ncr.
! IJcing furnisheJ v.ith the neccssary apparn.
r , ' S ,i'P J-com',c cnl a,iu
laitliful workmcn, they will conlinue to improvc
ll'C valiic nnd stylc of their goods, intcnding
li,!U lIlci' slm" n01 bs surpassed by those of
will kccp an assortment on hand to nccommo.
Gratcful for the cxlensivc palronagc they
havc rcccivciJ, they hope by slrict pcrsonal af
tcntion to busincss and the intcrcsts of thcir
patrons to reccive a liberal share of their f.v
TER31S as rcasonable as at any cslablish
mer.t in tho vicinity.
Middlebury, June, 22.
THE subscriber again rominda his
fiiends and thc pubfic ihat he has on
hand at the old stand. .1
oftho jail a good and fashionab'c assortment
of Hals, which he will sell as low, ifnat a little
loxcr, than can Le bought at any other cstab
lishmcnt. Lamd's Wool will bo rcceivcd in paymcnt
for hats, at a liberal price.
N. B. Ihose whosojiaccounts havc be-
come duc. are request "call
Samo widiou;. dekiy, aff ihcso
nd sclile the
vntliout iletay, asr tncso sums arc very
much waMCTjto mcct the hardness of the times.
Middlebury, August 10, 1840. 14
SJALMOX, Codfish, "Mackercl, Picklcd and
dried Halibut, for sale by JOHN fFOOD.
IJUUSIl Hats, conslar.tly for s'alc, of the bcst .juali
'y by JOHN WOOD
HjlLOUR of tho best kind, ir sale by
June 25, 1341.
i OOD SPRUCE
June 25. 1841.J
NEW FaLL i
BIRGE is now recoiving his usualstip
Fancy and Staple
Those who wish to buy GOOD Goods lcheap
will please call and cxaminc thein.
Sept. 13, 1S41. 0
Do. . plain,
Plain Uhinlz, &
Chcno Mtts D. Laincs, all at very low pri
ccs by A. Fkaxcis.
Sept. 29 18-11,
-TINDOW BLINDS & SAII, first
V V rate articles for sale ni the manufac
turers priccs, by JOIIN WOOD.
UUIjS. Wli.SlIl.lUN lillNli.
& -21 SALT, Coarsc do. Turks Is-
niiiniiinnAT -r- T I
land, and Livirnool Buttcr do. for sde low
Se.-t. 18-11 " bv JOIIN WOOD.
TOCK of GOODS cvcrbrought inlo Mid.
dleburv is now opening by
Sept. 28, 1841. 21
QUPERFINE GENESEE FLOUR, for
kJ sale by the subscribcr.
Sept. 20. 20 if
tTTTCST-INDlA Goods and Grocencs a generally
V sortinent, for sale at the lowcst priccs
TWEXTY bales beavy
ni. SHKF.TING, for
TWEXTY-FIVE cascs beavy cow lnde atid lcip
UOOTS, for sale very loiv by 'be casc, by
June 3. 181.
rEHE subscriber has on liand and will kecp
-H- contanlly for sale, at the marhle quarry, a
b.iut a inilc and a lialf cjstoftiiis village, neir
Millan Stowcll's. on he road lo Dea. Buyce's, a
first rate article of Stone Lime, which will besold
on rcasonable icrms. NATHAN MYR1CK.
Middlebury, June 30, 1S41. Stl".
PIIE subscribcr iias commenced the pur
chaso of wool for this scnson, and will
pav casii, and ns high priccs as his cnmioyers
will nuthorize. ASA CIIAP31AN.
Julv 13. 1841. 10
SSTERINO, Kaevee, Clemcktixe, Br.o
13. ciia Tartak. M. De Lai.ne and Sile
SIIA WL S;
AUos. Iargc assortment of Faxcv H'k'fs.
Ocl. 11, 1841. 23 if
Thc most. higbly approved Medicinc
no w in general use for Coughs
Colds, and all Discases
of the Lungs.
rpiIE YEGETABLE PULMONARY BAI.SAM U
bclicvcd to be di'scrvcdly the luoit popuhr Med
icinc cvcr known in Amcrici, for coughs, colds, aslh
ma or ptithisic, consumption. whoopiii'j coagh and
pulmonary aiT.-clions of erery kind.
Thr Yi-gctablc Pulmonary Rjlsjm has becn very
cxtensivcly used for abotit fiftcenyears;- and its repu
Ution has becn ronstantly increvlng. So univcisally
Iiopnlar has this article becomo tbat it niay now he
cnnsiderc!! as a standard article in a iari;e part of tlie
Unittd States and UritMi Pravinccs. Jlany famiiic3
kccp it conslantly by thcm, considcrinij it the rnost
safeas wcll asccrtain retnedy for the abovc coinplainls.
The ptoprictors have icccivcd S: arc rcccivin? numer
oih rccommcndalions fiom many of our bcst physicians
wl.o mako use of it in their piacticc. Tbc naracs o!
a few indiyiduals ho have fivcn thcir teslinionyin
favorof th:sarti:Ie are hcrcsul.joined, and fora inor;
full accomit s?o thc cnvelopc lo thc botile.
Doct. Amorv Huntinj:, ; Doct. Samucl Aioirill,
' Truman Abeli, ; " Tirnothy Haylies,
" Jcre. Ellsworlh, ; " AlbcrlGuild.
(From Dr. 1 homas nrown.)
jMessrs. I.owe fc Jtecd, Gent Tlie Vcsfctabb'PuI-
monaiy Ualsam, has becn cxtensivcly used in thesrc
tion of country whcro I rcside, for stvcral ycais pasf,
anJ has juiMj acquired a h!Rh reputalion in'consump
lire comilaints. So far as my knowledge extcnds, it
has never disappointcd the reaionaMe cxpectation of
those who havc used it. Tmomas DnowJf , 3i. D.
Concord, N. II., Maj 11, 1S31.
Mcssrs. Rccd, Wing U Cutlcr Gcntlcmen
I fecl it a cluly I owc to the public, aod esp'ciilly to
hundrcds of my fcllow bin;s who arc r.o-.v suCerin-
under dillerent diseascs of the lungs, to sjive youa
stateincnt of thc good t-fll-cls I havc e.vperi'fnced from
llia usa of Ihs Ycgetablc Pulmonary RaUain. Havin,;
from my jouth up becn trouMed wilh diflfrcnt con
plaints of the lungs, sueh as spittinof blood, a trcuiilc
sorne cotigh, (requent hoarscness, with sevcrc fits of
coushing, and in-Jerd all the symploms of consumption
and from timcto time I haveconsulted sevcralcminent
physicians, and have takcn much medicine, but I re
ctived little or no rclief, and at last they told'me thf re
was no help for mc ; that my caso was hoyond the
rearh of their medicincs. In tbi? sprins of 1327 1 was
advised by a frk-nd to try the Ycgetablp Pulmonary
Balsani. I obtaincd two bullles. and on trial I wa3
sarpriscd to find so suddeiiandeiTeclinl rclicf which it
gavc me, and aftcr using it about fivo wil-Ks all my
complaints wcietntircly rcmaved, and I was rejiorec!
to gcoJ health. Since that timc I have kcpt it con
slantly by me, in casc of Ihe apnearance of any of the
I havc knownalar,;enumbcrof cascs vhere all oth
cr mcdicines have iailed cf afDrding any rclief, the
Balsam was at lcngth resorted lo, and speedily cficct
cd a curc. I would theicforc rccommend to cvcrj
pcrson that has any of the above complaints, on Ihcii
firt appcarancc to lake Ihe Ycgetable Pulmonary Bal
sam, hich they will find a safc. convcnienl and pos
itivccure. Respectfully loura,
T. P. rilEr.niA.n.
New Bcdford, Mass., July 3C, 1841.
CdCouxTEarciTS. Bewire oriraposition. Each
genuinebot'leisencloscd in a ui-cr. wrappcron which
is a vni.i.ow label, signcd by WJI. JON'N. CUT
LER. None other can bo gciminc of a later datc than
December 1S"9. The s:guaturc of SAMrios Rej;b
ill bc continucd for a short time.
The Rrc-dt celebrity of thc Vegctablc Pulmonary
Balsam has been the cause of attempts lo iatroduce
t-ponom articles, which by pariiallvassaming thc name
oi the Ronuine, are calculaicd to mislead and dcceive
ihe puh.ic Among thest inixtures are ' CarteiJs
Lompoimd l'utmonan, IJaUam" "Amirican l'ltl-
m &jrup," Pulmonan. Baham n,V
ouki cnquire for tho true article by its
lll (.-nnuire fnr tl. ...:-t I...
wiiole name inn Vr.oBTAmr ...
r. .i :,l..,7 rui.iUOJJAKV
,J",""J'U" c,; " '"""ie marksand 6inatuies
Each bottle and scal is slamped " Vegctable Pul
For sale by REED, V7ING & CUTt,ER, 0ata
Lowc and Rced) wholesale dealers in Drug;, MeUi.
cines, Paints and Dye-stufis, No. 51. Chatham street,
Boslon, and by Dru;gis!s and counlrymerchants gen
erally in New Eugland, and in the principal pl.ices
throughout Ihe Unilcd States and Bntish Provinces.
Price 00. centj. " Sold by S. MOODY.
J3:lj Middlebury Vermont
Balsam of JLiverwort,
ioit cojvsumptjoa; coughs, colds.
vears, curing Ihoujanas wno were suiijiuseu incurame.
II is now used by most of Ihe mcdical facully, and Ihe
whole people. Cortificates oT most extraordinary
cures will accompany each bottle.
Prcpared at 375 Bowcry, in Ihe city of Ncv York,
where tho article fir?t onginated, and is Ihe OjYLY
GESULYE. All others bearing sitnilir names are
countcrfeits and impositious.
Beins prcdisposed to consumption, both from pecu
liar loimalion and hercdilary transmission, I tiied
cvery mcans to check tho disease, and strengthen a
natunlly wcak constilution. I spent two ycars at
Pisa, one at Rome, two in Florence, and another in
the south of Francc, seeking, meantime, tho advico of
thc best physicians. Two yeats since I returncd to
this country in about the situalion as when I left il.
I had sccn in tho reading rooms of Europ-, much in
favor of Dr. Taylor's Balsam or Livenvort, and as
soon as I arrived in ihiscily I nsed it, and in 3 montlis
I uas so wcll as to safely vcnlure to pass the winlcr
hcre. I bavc used an occasional bottle during the
tiuie', and am now in as good health as possible. My
cou"h has w!:olly ceased, and my lungs havo evcry
fcchngof healtli. Jamcs Hili..
Wtstern Hotel, Courlbnd slreet, N. Y.
ReM ARKABI.E CCRE OF CONSUMPTION. I have
been an invalid for Ihrca ycars, and have suQered cv
cry torture from coiifirmcd consumption. But Dr.
Tajlor has wholly curcd mc. Thc large quautilies of
ma'.ter I used to raiso has subsidcd, my couh has
ceased, and I am fieshy agiin, my health bcing whol
ly icslorcd by Ujinthree botllesof his cclebrated
Ualsam M. E. IVikdley,
No. 1S9 Jlaiden Lane, N.Y.
Siior.Tr.-css or Breath For this disease Dr.
Tayior's Balsam ol Livenvort has no cqual. Having
the aslhtua, a retcre pain in my left side, arid some
cough I was induccd to try the above medicine, and
great was my joy to find it curcd me in about two
wecks. It also cured my motber of a sevcro attacl:
of the I.ivcr complaint with which she had suflcred 2
years. J . C. Stowe, 23 llall Placc N. Y.
SunpmsiNO conn or coxsujiftiox. Mr. R.
Gladdin of Delhi New York, of a naturalconsumptu
ous cor.stitution, has been eavcd from an untimely
cnd by tho use of Dr. Taylort Balsam of Livernort.
A sevcre cold broujht ou an altack ol Pleurisy and
thus cndod in general debilily and consumption. A
constant cough, hcctic flush, restless nights, quick
pulse and coatinued los3 of ilesh, augur2d a spenly
dt-ath; but asoon as he commenced Ihe usc of this
BaUam he grew iieltcr and is now fully rcstored to
Dntt. Tayior's Ealsam of Licenrort Tho curcs
and bcnefits produccd by the usa of this medicinc ia
all cases of diseascs ol the Lungs is almost incrcdible.
It has been u-ied by svcral persons in this neighbor
hood and Ihere isscarcelyau insiancehut itsbenefits
havc becn fully rcalized. Perspns afilictcd with
coughs. colds, asllma, difGculty of brcathing, pair.s
in the side orbreast. spitting blood, calarrhs, palpita
tion of Ihe hcart, opprpssion and sorencss of Ihe chest,
whooping cough, jilcurisy, hectic fevcr, night sweals,
difiiculty orprofuse expcctoraf'on and all o'heralK:c
(ions tha chest, lungs and livtr-should not fail of pro
curing a botrle of this ir.cdicinc. J. Wnicirr.
Sar.dy HiH, Washington counly N. Y.
Tlie cowposilion of Tayloi's Baham oj Lirencort
is or.bj known ly the Proprictor, thirtfore it is dan
gcrous uting any lut that fiomZlo Eowtry A. Y.
To the rullicVa hereby certify that our son, 6
jcarscfage, was suJdcnly takcn -vith a fjvcr and
aftcr a sevcre pickni-ss a violcnt cough ensued. He
was bloated, his skin was lillc.l and his pbsician said
Ihere was no favoiablo symptom about him; Ihat he
had a confirmed consumption. tVc procurcd a iiolll
ot that valuablc medicinc, Tajloi's Balsam of Liver
wort. When he had takcn one bottle we began lo
have hopes of his recovcry. He continucd unlil he
nad used five bottlcs. Il is now a ycar from that limc
and his healtli is bellcr than ilhas cver been sinco au
inf.mt. David & IIanxaii Rogcrs.
Granville, Washington counly N. Y,
For proof ofllie ahovc stalcincnt I rcfcrto thc sub
scribcrs atovc pccpleofhigh respccatbiliiy.
Look out for a Countcrfcit Article !
Sold bccause of its deeeption and ehiapncssaf qtial
ily at a vcry small price. -The sann; is procuicd by,
ccrtain dcalcrs and sufi'ered lo passiuto Iho hands of
Ihc innoccnt purchascr as the genuinc Tayloi's Bal
sun of Liveruort.
i Violcnt Cough and Cold cured Thc severc
change in wcallicr having given inc a most violcnt
cald, also expectoration and difiiculty of breathinrr ;
I was much distrcssed until I look Dr. Tayior's Bal
sam of Livenvort. I fjund Ihis medicine lo suit my
caso and cured mc at once, which causcs me to.re
ccmmcndit toolhcis. J J FiSnen.17Barrowst.NY.
Pain in thc side and Preast These diseascs have
; I 1 r t t
cau,cd me much Irouble and often prevei.led my at
lcr.din; to business. Evcry medicinc I heard of I
Iricd but found no rclief. As a last rcsource I conclud-
ed lo rry Dr Tayior's Balsam of Livenvort, and as saon
as I did'l grew bellcr and havc becn gaining cvcr
since; am now in good hoallh and can Iruly recom-
incnd this Balsam as being far supcrioi lo any Ihing
ehe. A. L. Green. 2 Pitt st. N Y.
Spitling of Blood cured For four months I have
had a discharge of blood from Ihe Lungs almost daily;
also adry hard cough, some pain, great wcakncss and
hoarsaacss. When I had Iricd Ihe Doctors in vain
for thrcc months I concludcd to use Dr Tayior's Bal
sam of Livenvort, of which thrcc hollles have made an
entirc curc. L A HAVir-ArrD, 171 Oal; st. N Y.
BE W ARE Ol' FRAUDSH
But that preparcd at the old ojjiee 373 Biwer y-sl.
city of Jttw York, tchcre the article icas first made
and Us charaetcr eslahlislicd. Jt'oneclhcr genuint
though thcre are tirious imitations offtrcd learing
the same or siinilar names.
Doct. Sidney Moody, .Middlebury,- Doct F. Hunt-1
in;ton, Vergennes ; J.Sc O. S. Simmonds, Whiting; ,
J. H. Chipmin ! Co., Larabct's Point; Gurdon
Sailes, Bridport ; Lake Dunmore Glasj Comnany,
Salisbury; Kcnt Wright, Shoreham ; fiarncs & Ful
ler, .addison; Hunlley & Higgins, Salisbury; Sam
uel Everts, Cornwall; T. C. Smith, .Vew Jlacen.
li e c d s & Thayer,
Vo. 127 Maidcn Lane, Jew Yoricily
Wiii see all orders anawercd for Ihe genu'no Tiy
Ior's Balsam of Livcrwort, at wholesale prices, where
thcir fricnds lind it most convcnienl to Ibiward orders
through liieir House.
AND Wir.L ALSO FUnNISII
Drug, Mcdicines, Painls, Oils, Window-glass,
Dye-stulls, Glass-warc.and all aiticles in their
line, at as fivorablc priccs as at any
27 3m House in Amenca.
rou thc cunE op
COUGHS, COLDS & CONSUMPTIONS.
CENniSE VEGiiTAELr. rCLM0XAr.V nuAMicsvnup
ORE than 75.000 bottles of this verv val
uable nifdicinehave been sold, fprinciinllv
in the State ot Maine, ) since it wns lir.st offered
tc the public by the oiiginal inveutorand propric
tor, a fcw ycars since.
It is undoubtedly superior to any other article
ofiered to the public; as it fceldom fails in giv.ng
rciicf where it is takcn in due season.
Althoujh the superior virtues of this medicine
arc well known, and its qualites higbly approved
yct tl c followius ccrtificales are added for the
sutisfactiou of any who may be afilicled with
those discases for which it is designed. Several
others may be seen on the bill of directions ac
companying each bottle.
Each ucnuine bottle is inclnsed in a blue
wrappcr on which is ared label signed by T, B.
JUfcUtUlUh., or a. l'AUii.
Price 37 i cenls pcr botile,
For sale by the gross, dozcn, or sincle bottle,
S. PAGI3, Halloivell, Me., to whom orders
mav be directed.
For sole by S. MOODY, Middlebury, Vt.
T finn SHINGLES wanted by
J1- jpilling of Elood, Paia in tho s:dc, Asllimt, Pleu
risv, shotlncss of brealh, Palpitation of Ihe Heait,
DcbiUly, Ncrvousnes.'ar.d all diseascs of tho Luns
and Liver. This msdrcina has been used in Ihe city
of New Yoik. with-unexampled succe?3 fur cihl
ITN orderto securc to ou the true Brandreth
iiL. Vegttable Unimrsal Pills, the sale of thcm in
your btatc will ue comluctea in thc followmg manncr
llut onc Travellinx Accnt. Mr JOHN O. LANG-
LEY, wil! visit tbe State, whose authority to act for
me, will hc made manitest, oy his producing numer
)iis certificales, signed ith a pen by me, wilh my
amilyarms emboiscd upon a paper and a linely exe
:uted view of my Manufactory in New York State,
Local Agentj, by obscrving this, need never be im
oosed upon uy Pedlars.
Evcry Local Agant, furnishcd with the Genuine
ills, wiii havo one of those atoremenitonea ueriili-
atesnut un in his Store. Obssrve Ihat it is signed
vith a pcn, B. Brandreth, M. J). jJcd that my Fa
aily Arms are embossed npon tho paper.
Sec that thc datethereofis engravcd.
CO-NoCcrtilirate is anyguaranlea that the bolder
:clls jrcnuine Pills aftcr one ycar from the engravcd
CO- Purchasers by observing this need never be
jnposed upon by Local or Travclhnj; Traders who
iavenomoreprinciple than ta deal in C'juntcrfcit
ilcdicine. See the reading on the sidc of each box,
ind never forget to ask for this Certifieate of Agency
Th-. aforementioncd Travclling Agent will make
frcqucnt calls upon Local Agcnts, furnishing thcm
from time to lime with supplies of the Genuine Bran
drcth'3 Pills, from my Principal Aeio England Of
fice, 19 Uariovcr Street 19 BOSTON.
ILT No Pills will be sold from mo to retail in Ver
mont but to Local Agents, thercfore, should othcis,
not holding my Certificatcs of Agency, piofess to
bave thc Genuinc Brandreth's Pills, believe them not!
One icord to traffickers in Countcrfeits of my PiIN.
I am dcterminad to expose all infringemcnts upon my
A List of my Local Agents in Vermont, will be
mblished in most ot tho papers pnntcd in that State,
oon as preparcd. Purchaat-rs, buy of thosa Agents
mlv. and vou will avoid imposition.
211 Broadway N. Y.
Sole Prcpriclor of Brandrelli'a Vegctable Uni-
trsal rills, xnlhe Unilcd atalcs oj America.
TbUTII IS sr.LF-EVIOEKT.
(irv-In the countrv sosubiectas thiito suddcn cV.an
ges in lec temperature of the atmosphere, is of thc
vcry grcatest importancc that a strict walch be con
slantly l:cpt upon ina vcry sear oi me ir.p rrgion oi
ihe stomach and bowcls. It is Ihere the Creator has
placcd thc VITgL PRINCIPiES ofour existcnce;
and it is throngh thcm that tha human framc continu
aily rcnews and rciovatcs ilself from the natuial loss
cs it sustains by tho vcry action and re-action oflhe
life prineiple. "Thc itomach and bowcls may thcre
forc ba callcd thc grand regulatois of Ihe body's
health. They tound the alarm when any tlung inrec
tious has becn absoibed thcy bccorao afiectcd evcn
when thc most remote mcmbcrs or thc bouy havc mis
lained injLry. Thare sympalhy wilh cvcrj ill Ihat
can bcfall each and all of Ihc rorporeal agents, is a3
fixed and steady as it is prompt and cxlensivc. Itis
cnly by propcrand timely attcnlion being at all timcss
and in all bcasons paid to those JIAIN SIT.INGS OF
EXISTENCE, the stomich and bowcls, so that they
may bo suppoited in thcir rcgular functions, that the
changcs of lempcralure are rendcicd less aficcling,
and a sta'.c of almost uuintciruptcd health cau bc ac
:urcd. Althougli the causcs uhich produce and fostcr dis
ase in Ihe human hcdy are very numcrous. yct the rf
ictis invariablytlio same, namcly LMPURITY OF
iIE BLOOD ar 1 whatcvcr ineJicine will carry ofi"
ccsc hcors wtJsl have produced this cont.iminatinn
of the blood tnust of ncccssily, icstorc the heallby
condilion of thc body, acd thc surcst safeguaid a
gainst protracteJ iiilirmity ai.d prematurc dncay.
It is nscdless to rccapitiilateherc, all that has from
me totime been adduccd to prove the cfficacy of
Brandreth's Vcgelablc Univcrsal Pills,
nni and successful cxnctimcnt ha3 convinccd cvcn
aa most sceplieal, that it is Ihe only .Medicine calcu
aled for thc cerlain curc and prcvention of disease,
isthousands and lens of thousamls havc uceu restorcJ
.o heallh and happmcss under its bcncficial auspiccs,
nho have beeli pioaounrtd as incurable by physicians
oT thc first standing, and in many czsj uhcii cvcry
olher remcdy had becn resort.d to in vain.
In all cascs of pain ar.d wcakncss, uhcthcr it bc
chronic or rcccnt whelher it bc dcafnrss or paiti in
Ihc sidc, whethcr it anscs fiom consliliitional or sr.me
jlber causc -.vbethcrit be froiu inlcroal or cxlomal
'njury, thc disease is alnajs surc lo bc cradicatctl tiy
ierscv(;ring in thc .usc of thesa P'AU. Their snfely
'.n all tbc varioU3 stages of cxislcncc fiom hclplcss
nfancy to old agc has long been subjcct of espccial
zoii'.mcndation and tcomlcr and thc f.ict that Iho
appiicalion of VEGETjJBLE PUKGjTTIVES is un
altcndcd by the ljasl.incnnveniencc, and that no par
(icular attcntion is requircd at thc lime Ihat Ihc Pills
arc takcn, citluras rcgards dictor action, constitutos
ofit sell one of thc most important bcnefits cvir bc
itnncd on mankird.
The great business of " Pitrging" in timc3 of sick
icss is b.'ginning lobc propcrly apprcciated, and c.
insivcly understood. Common Setise (Ihat unerrinj
uide, uhich not only thc aits of sclfish practitioncrs
can mislead,) has lound tha'. it is much raore convcn
icntto lake an occasional do,e of J'iils, and theieby
ensurc UNINTEURUPTED IIEjJLTII. Ihan lo
submit to being blf J. blistered or salivated, wilh (he
certalnly that if Dealh do not immediately follow,
months and pcrhaps ycars of unuterablc sufiirings will
be enlaiUd; and that thc only individualprofilcd by Ihc
Ireatment is thc Doctor.
It is aUotcell icorlhy of considtration. thtt Ihe
prineiple of purging wilh Brandreth's Pills removcs
jothing but thc uselcs3 and decaycd parliclcs from thc
Lody tha motbid and corrupt humors of the blood
.vhich gencrall iinpcdc the functiocs of the liver
hen they S3ttlc upon thal org?n produco rhcuma
sm when they setlla ujion Ihc musclcs gout uhen
Jieyscttle upon the nervcs consumption when they
soltle upon thc lung! ; costii-cncss when they settle
npon the intcstincs apoplcxy, paralysis, and all the
iiain ol icclancholy disordcrs so fatal to tho sufibrer,
when thcse s;tlla upon the linmg of the blood vcssels.
The dcpravity'ol thc humors is also Ihc iinmediata
'aus? of iiitermittcnt feversand dyscn'cry as nolhing
is required but Ihc contact or contagious miasma, to
produce bilious, yellow, scailet, and the like kicdof
fcvcrs.aj dysentcryand dianh'iea.
It must, ihereforc appiar salf-cvidcnt that purging
tha foul humors from thc body is the only Trui and
ElTictive mcans of curing and prevenling these com
plaints, and cvery other form of disease : for as it re
quircs lh: tcmpct and thc tornado to bring a out a
state of purity iu thi occan when its walers have
becn stagnant, so will it require repcatcd cvatuations
by Ihc bo'"cl3, bcforcthc blood can be relieved of its
iccumulatcd impuritics, and Naturc left frec to rcs'.orc
svery organ tu its proper healthy action. But jet
;vcn uhen this has been donc it is impoisible for
those who lake little excrcise to cnj-y jerfcct heallh,
unlessthey occasionally makc U3c of.vpgelable purga
tive medicine ; for thc conduits oftho biood arc thcre,
eby kcpt frca from those impuritie3 which woulj nie
ventits steady current imnislcring health morbid h
mors ara prevcnted from becominjr mixed with it, an
naturc is thus assisted through thc mcans and oulhncs
which she had provldcd for hcrsclf.
CO-BEWAUE.and NEVER Purchase Brandreth'
Pills withcut the sellcrcan cxhibit, the Ceitificale al
lulcdto at thecommenccment of this advcrsisemcnt,
and do not forget that PEDL.2RS NEVER have Iho
1 rue 1'ills.
BENJjJMIN BRANDRETH, M. D.
Sole Proprielor of Brandreth's Veixctable Uni
versal Pills, in Ihe Unilcd Slales of America.
JONATHAN IIAGAR, Agent, Middlebury
Vermont. 10; ly
Shirts, Bosoms &. Collars,
MADE bj the Education Socicty, constantly
on hsnd ar d for sale by
Jtl? 6,1 811.
rgmfc, subscrmcr lias Decn appoinlcd
-5- Atrent for thc IIAR.TFOR n Ffit V.
'NSUItANCE COMPANr, for .Middle
bury and vicinity, and will receivc orono
sals for insuring property against ioss or
aatnage by rire. I he long cstablislied
reputation of this company, aiul thc
promptness with which all their transac
tions havc been characteriscd rendcr it
unnecessary to say anything in its favor.
Alrbusiness connected with the officcin
trustcd to liim will bc faithfully and punc
JONATHAN HAGAR, Asent.
Middlebury, Feb. 26, 184. 42;ly J
GONGRES S and Pavillion Water for sale by
STATE. OF VERMONT, ?
Districl of Addison, ss. $
At a probatecocrt holden at Miadlbury. in
and f.ir tlie district of Adduon, on the 30ih
day of October 1S1I.
Isasc Parker, administrator oflhe estate of
late uf Granville in sanl district dcccascd reprc
senis his sscond adniinutraiion acciiunt, ajj
moves that the sa t.c. mav be examt'aeJ an:l al
I 'wed : And it is thi-n'upon ordered, that .l:e
same be examined for allowanee, at a nrubate
ccurt to be boldtn at theollke of the jud"e of
said court in Middlebury in and for ttis dntriU of
Addison on tlie"24th d.iy of Novcmber next. 51
nne o clock m the afternoon ; and Ihat noi'ice
thereof be given to all pcrs,o;.s intere?ted, that
they may appcar before said cojri, and make
their objectiocs to theallow.ince ofsaid accouQt.
by publishing a ccitilied copy ol thisnrder in ihe
Middlebuiy People's Press a newspajier pr'raicd
in said Middlebury three weeks sacepssively,
provious to the time of saiJ court.
A true copy cf record,
27 3w S. S WIFT, Judge.
STATE OF VERMONT, ?
District of Addison, ss.
A t a probaie coutt held at Middlcbury in and
-fia-lor the district uf Addison on the 2d dav of
Edward D. Baiber and Winslow Twitcbel
administrators of the estate of
late of Saratoga Springs, in ihe Stnte of New
Yurk move th s cou-1 fuithet to extend the time
heretofore alfowed to them to dispose of tlio
estale and pay the debis nf the deci ascd nnd es
penses uf admiaisiration ; And it is thereforo
ordered that the said appiicalion ba considcred at
a probate court 10 be held at thc ofiice of the juuge
ofsaid cou't at Middlebury ia and for the said
district of Addison, on the 21ih day of Novemk-r
iustant, at one o'clock in the alternoun, nnJ 1'iat
notice thcre'if be given tu all pcrsoas intercsted
thal lliey may appcar bcforc said court and niake'
thcir objections tosuch turther exti-nsion cf tin'e
by publishing a cerlificd copy of (hWorrfer in ihe
Middlebury IVople's Press, a ncwspaper prin-nl
in said iMiddlebury three wcefcs successiveiy
previous the to time ofsaid court.
S- SWIFT, Judgc.
A true copv of record,
S. SWIFT, Judgc.
rjPO tho Hon. Supreme Court, next to bo
holden at Middlebury, wiihiu and for tho
county of Addison, on tho fourth Tuesdayof
The petition of Ilannah Pralt, of Corn
wall in tlie coinily cf Addison aforesaid, rc
spectfuliy represcnts lo your lionors, that
she wcs logilly married lo Moscs Pratt, on tho
lst dhV of Oetober, 18:17, by clder Jehiel
Wright. a clergyman, dulv aulhorizcd to so!.
cmnize niarriagcs in ihis stato, iuid that sho
continucd to livcs wuh the s:iid Moscs, until the
1st duy of October, 1838, when tlie said Moscs,
wiihoui tho fuult of your pctitioner, di'icrl'.-l
your petiiior.er, and left thc st.ite, aud hns since
remained wiihout this siatc, in parts iinkiiown
to your pctitioner, makmg no provision fur thu
support cf your potitioner whatcvcr, and yo'i.
pctitionct, furtliQrsaj-s ti.n! at the timc thc saiJ
iMoscs dcscrtqdyour pctitioner as afuresaid, s!io
resided in lliis slatc, nnd that she has continucd
to rcside from thenco ht'ieit-j.
And your pciiiioncr, for the causcs afote
said prays this hcnorablo court ihat a divorco
from the said Moscs may be-gr.intcd hcr. nnd
Ihat such nliniouy inay bc decrecd hcras to vour
Tloiiors sh dl s'tcm ineel. and your pelitioncr
nilleverprav. IIANNAII PRATT.
Dated ut Cornwall, Oct. 30th, 1941.
STATE OF KEjI.VO.YT,
AOlilSO:' COt'NTV. .
To any ihenffor conslable in Ihe slale, gt eetinp ;
Bv TIIE AUTHORITY Oif TIIE STATE OF VER
MONT, you are hereby commandcd to suinmon
iho wilhin named Moscs Pralt, to appcir before
ihe Ilon Suprtmo Court, ncxtlo bc holden at
Middlebury, witbin nnd for tho county of Ad
dison on tlie fourth Tucsday of January. next,
then ar.d thero lo answcr unto ihc foregoin-;
petition and abide iheorder and dtcrcc of said
court. Fuil not but legnl scrvicc make.
Datcd at Middlebury, Oct. 30, 1811.
WIIEREAS, il is roprcsrnted lo mo th.ir
ihc within namcd Mo-cs Pratt is not uithin th
jiirisdiclion of this court. so ihis p.-ocess may be
tcrved on him by tlie ofiiccrs thereof, it is here
by orderel that notice of this petition shali bo
givcu to ihe said Mosc, by piiblishing ihe sub
stancc ihercof in thc People's Press. 11 paper
j prinled at Middlebury, thrcc wecks successivc-
ly,the last ol which publication sliall be at lcast
six weeks before Ihe scsston ofsaid court.
Dated at Burlington in thc county of Chitten
den, this 4th dav of Nov. 184 1.
Judge of Ihe Supreme Court.
Rcal and Personal Estate for Sale.
ry1 II E subscribcr ofiirs for sale the Farm on which
he new residcs, situated in thc town ofNew Hi
vcn, on thc road lcading from New Haven East -Milu
to the roecling-house, being two rr.iles from each 01'
Ih" aboc mcntioned places likeuiso two milcs from
Bristol village, and at an equal rlislance from Mrddlc
bury and Wrgennts. SjkI Farm contaiRs 200 acrcs,
under good improvcment; well oa!cl and watercd;
with agooJ convcnient dwelling-housc, nood-hou3o,
coin-barn, horso-barn 13 by 3u, onebarn 25 by 36" and
shed ntlacbcd 18 by CO, ono bam 28 by 38 and sbed
altachcd 20 by 50. "one barn 30 by 40, one hay-barn
20 by 22. Aii well fillcd ar.d in good rrpair. Tho
above tncnlioned premises will be ofiered 011 rearons
ble terms, togethcr with 1hc stock and tools pertain
ing thercto. Ai.so, 100 tons first rate hay bcing less
than thc prescnt crop. Any pcrson wishing to ;iur
chase betwccn this and thc first ol April next. wid do
wcll to call soon and view for himself. Terms of
paymentmadc easy. Ira Aecrnetiiv.
New Harcn Oct. 20lh, 1811. 2S3w
LL PERSON3 indebted lo the subscri-
hnrs bv Rofjl: nr Nnlp. nrr htndJn rp-
questcd to call and scttle the same without dclay
as all debis, unlcss of very recontcontraclion,
will bc left with an atlorney for scttlement, if
not paid soon, or otherwise adjusled. Let none
complain. Prompt payments are to ihe mcr
chant what ood crops are to tho farmer in
dispensablc to succcss.
InXGnASI CC ItOCKTVELL,
and S. B. Rockwell.
Middleburv Nov. 1. 1841. 20 3m
QTINGS, HEEshirtings, bcd-tickings and
Canion flannel can be purchnscd very lo'.r
Z. BECKWITH &. Co-
Coughs, cold., consumption, whooping
cough, asthma, calarri, agues
TS71FFECTUALLY provented and curcd by
the timelv annlication of the rcnntiw
...lin7n.honiJ.set nnrl nnnnnllv-.on.hand TJil-
B RELLAS, and mud-antagonist OVER-
oaw, luuuu at ine siuru 01 u , -
AgenU Z. BECKWITH & Co.
None warranled genuine it ouiaineu
where. Norembor 1, Jb-n.