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T thc Middlebury
thc following Annuals for
1842 viz :
Tlic Arnaranth ;
The Dahlia ;
TI12 Rose; and
The Gem ;
Thc Cabinctof Modern Art; ) Splendid
Thc Gcms of Art -t and London
The Furgct-me'-not ; ) Annuals.
ALSO a largc nssorimont of misccllaneous,
classical and schord, Cooks, stationary SfC, for
sa!e clicap for ready "pay, by .,,
Middlebury Nov. 9, 1S41. 27 2m
WOULD respcctfully inform thcir pat
rons, and the public gcnerally, lliat
they will conlin io to reccivc WOCL at the
cstablishment of llio Middlebury Manufacturing
Company, to manufacluro into Cloths, Cassi.
merc3 or Saltinetts, white or colornd Flannels,
ckc. of permanent colors and mixcs, tosuitlhe
taslc, on sharcs or by tho yard, at thc option
of lhc owner.
IScing furnished with lhc nccessary appara.
us, and having in their employ oompetcnt and
aithful workmcn, they will continuo to improvc
the value and style of their goods, intcnding
that Ihcy shall not be surpassed by those of
nny other cstablishmcnt ic tho slato. They
will kecp an assortment on hand to accommo.
date those who maywanta part of their cloth
Gratcful for thc cxlcnsive patronago they
hare received, they hopc by strict personal ay
tcntion to business and the intcrcsts of their
ptfrons to receive a liberal shajo of thcir fa
TERMS as rcasonablc as at any establish
ment in thc vicinity.
Middlebury, June, 22.
fiT ENESEE FLOUR, fresh Tcas, vitl n
tSFT large assortment of Grocerics, just re
ceived and for sale low.
CASH paid for a fcw'liundrcd bushcls of
CORN on the Cob.
gna AKEIl'S Water-Proof Oil Blacking,
jSjk supcrior arliclc for Harnesses, Chaisc
tops and Boots and Shocs, for sale wholesale
or rclail by JOHN WCOD,
Agcnt for the Manuf acturcr.
TII E subscribcrs, daving formcd acoparten
ship, underthe firm of Z. Beckwitii fc Co.
fer lhc transaction of thc Mercantilo business,
during a tcrm of ycars, would inform their
Fricnds and the Inhabitants oflhis village that
thev have just received from New York, nt the
old Storc, formerly occupied by Z. Beckwith,
a large and general assortment of
which they arc dctcrmincd to sell at as low
nriecs as can bo purcWased in the Slate.
25 C. DORRANCE.
A. W. S. Johnson.
fEI'GCTFULLY inform thc inhabitants
of Middlebury and vicinity, that they are
now recciVipg a choico seleclion of
3 EQ Q&3I
Groccries, Prpvisions fcc.
Flour, Grain, Pork, Fish, Nails
Itasins and Curronts, Snuff and Tobacco
Pipes, Spices. all kinds, Old Java
Painls and Oil,
White and Rcd J.ead, Frcnch and
Chrome Yollow, Chromc Green, Vcnctian
Ited, Paris White, Whiting, Ground Vcr
digris in canisters, Boiled and ltaw Linsccd
Oil, Copal Varnish, Spts. Tuipentinc.Guin
Shclac, GIuc &c. Togcthcr with a large
assortment or LADIES GENTLE
MEN'S BOOTS $ SIIOES.
HATS AND CAPS.
AII of which will be soid vcry low for
Cash or mrsl kinds of Producc.
Middlebury Oct. 1841. 25.
T. I. SALT.
rgUBK'S Island salt, just rejeeived and fqr
sale at 75 ccnts per bushel, bv
Z. BECKWITII & Co.
TIIE subscribcr is now opcnin" a fnll
nnd complete assortment of soasonable
which he offcrs for sale at rcduced prices
for rcady pav only.
Nov. 1, 1811. G2
O U will fiud a caphal assorlmcot of
Lionuon, Ucrman, q- Amencan 1 nnts,
of almost evcry figuro and qunlity, Mus. De.
Lains, Alpac;iR, Poplins and Meritio in inter
ruinable variety at
Z. BECKWITII J- Co's.
ct. 1841. 25
ni OOD SPRUCE SHINGLE,
50,000, by JOHN WOOD.
June 25. 18-11.
NEW FALL GOODS.
CBIRGE isnow recoiving his usualsup
Fancy and Staple
Those who wish to buy GOOD Goods lcheap.
will nlease call and cxamine them.
n' . tl 1911 J
A LPAGUA L,nstres,
l'latn Uhmlz, ez.
Chcne Mus D. Laines, all at vcry low pri
ces by A. Fbancis.
' Sspt. 29 1811.
INDOW BLINDS & SAH, first
rate articles for sale nt tho manufac-
turers prices, by JOHN WOOU.
BBLS. WESTERN FINE
JL WW SALT, Coarsc do. Turks Is
land, and Liviroool Battcr do. for sale low
Se-.t. 1841 " by JOHN WOOD.
CHEAPEST & BEST
iTOCK of GOODS evcrbrought into Mid
I dlebury is now opening by
93 A. FRANCIS.
Sept.23, 1841. 21
SUPERFINE GENESEE FLOUR, for
sale by lhc subscriber.
Sept. 20. 20 tf
TWENTY-FIVE cascs Iieavy cow hide and kip
BOOTS, for salt; very low by tbe case, by
June 2j. IS-il.
rgnilE subscriber has on hand and will kecp
-H- constantly for sale, at lhc marble quarry, a
bnut a milc and a balf casloftbis village, near
Millan StowclPs, on lie road lo Dea. Bovce's, a
firstrate article of Stone Lime, which will besold
on reasonable lerms. NATHAN MYKIOK.
Middlebury, JunL- 30, 1S41. Stl".
,1112 subscribcr has commcnccd the pur-
chase of wool for thia scason, and will
pay cash, and as high prices as his employers
will authorize. ASA CIIAPJUN.
July 13, 1841. 10
ERINO, Kabvbe, Clemektixe, Br.o-
cha Tautar, M. De Laine and Silk
SHA WL S;
Also a largc assortment of Fancy H'k'fs.
Oct. 11, 1841. 23 if
OIIN VALLETT, (at ftie cheap cash
store,) is now rcceiving from New York
a general assortment of scasonablc
A-mong them may bc found a 'great variety of
English and Amcrican Pnnts, of vcry
English, Frcnch and Gcrman Mcrinos.
Plain and iraved Bcavcr Cloths and
,Shadcd Crapcs, and Bombazincs.
Plain and Fignrcd Mus. DcLaincs.
Ribbons and Artificials.
Shcetings, Shirlings, Batting and Wad
ding. Cotton Yarn and Wicking, &c. &c.
Ladics Frcnch Kid Slips and Walking
SIIOES. Togcthcr with a good assort
Crockcry and Glass Ware.
Also a choicc selcetinn o.' FAMILY
GROCERIES, LAMP OIL, $-.
(tr'Purchasers are rcspcctfull) invited
Middkburv, Oct. 7, 1811. 23;lf
TTAS just received and kccps
constantly on hand, a large
and splendid assorfment of Gold
and silver Lever, Horizontal Lc
pinc, Quarticr and common
A fine assortment of silver Table and Tca spoons ;
Gold Beads; silver Thimbles; silrer Speclacles; Gog-
gles; UULU AHU OILVtK rtHUILb; wallets; l'urses;
Go!d Cliains; Seals and Kcys; a fine assortment of
Finger-rings; Tweezers; fombs; bcautiful Kazors,
Pen-knives and Scissors ; Ear-rings ; Breast-pins;
Snufl-boxcs : Pocket Pistois larse and small ; Tca
and House Bells : Spy-glasscs ; BRASS BUGLES ; Pa
tentand common Flutcs ; Music-hoxes ; Violin and
Bass Viot Stiings; Fifes; Clanonctls ; Flagolelts ;
Tuning-forks ; LOOKIHG-GLASSES ; Thcrmometers :
together will. various other articles usually kepl in a
Jeweller's stop, comprising a beltcr assortment than
ever oflered in this place Lel'ore ; Together with a
large assortment of
Brass, Alarm5and Woodcn Clocks,r
which he can and will sell as ciihap as any one.
t Clocks and Watches FAiTnFULL.i.v tRE
PAIUED at the shoriest notice, and no piins spared
to give satisfaction.
Middlebury, Oct. 11, 1841. 23 tf
TUE subscribcr aiiain rcminds his
gy frtends and the p'.blic that he has on
hand at the old stand, 3 doors north
ofthc jaila good and fasiiionable assortment
of Hals, which he will sell as low, if not a lltlle
lowcr, than can lo bought at any other cstab
lishmcnt. Lamb's Wool will be received in paymcni
for hats, at a liberal price.
N. B. Those whosc accounts have be
como due. are requesled to call and settle the
same wiihou: delay, as thcso sums aro very
much wanted.to mcct the hardness of ihe times.
Middlebury, August 10, 1840. 14
Received and for sale bv
Novemberl5. JN VAL.LETT.
I'llS. Boys' BOOTS, a SUpc".
nor article. for sale low nt .
A. ii W JOHNSONS',
THE subscribers having purchased the a
bove establishment, togcthcr with all the
pattcrns and other appurtcnances, would in
form the public that they can supply them with
a better assortment of
Cooking, Box and Parlor
than has bcen offered trom this or any other
cstabusnmcnt m luis section ot the country
and at much lowcr prices. Havinji been in
this business for the Iast tcn ycars, they think
they arc qualified to give cntire satisfaction to
their customcrs. Any stoves or ploughs. or
parts of stoves or ploughs, that havo bcen
manufactured at this furnacc for the last 20
ycars, can bo supplied without any cxtra cx-
Cooking-btoves of the most approvcd pat
Yankee Notion, Farmer,
Premium Improved, and
and various others too numcrous to mention.
Box stoves of all sizcs, and from cntircly
Canada doublc box stoves,
Parlor and Parlor Cookinjr do.
Hollow Waro of all'kinds,
Sleigh Shocs and wagon boxes,
Arch Frames & Gratcs, and Oven-mouths,
TIN 4- COPPER WARE and
manufactured by good workmen, and from
the best matcrials.
CASTINGS of all kinds at lhc shortcst
Stoves in the plate, or finishcd, willbe sup
plied at wholesalc to dealcrs at thc lowcst pri
ces. All ordcrs promptly altended to,
E. & A. A.WAINWRIGHT.
S hereby givcn that the Coparlcnship
hercloforc cxisting bctwecnlhe undersinn-
cd, under the firm of James II. Cliipman ds Co.
is this dav dissolved by mutual consenl.
JAMES H. CHIPMAN.
JOHN B. CHIPMAN.
Larrabecs Point, 9th Oct. 1841.
TII E undcrsigncd hereby givcs nolice that
the books and accounts of thc lale firm of
James H. Chipman, & Co. also all other de-iiiand-!
duc lhc said firm arc assigncd lo him
and are left in the hands of U. II. Evcrcst Esq.
of Shoreham for collection.
JOHN B. CHIPMAN.
Shoicham Octobor, 9th 1841.
THJJ. subscriber has now on hand and for
st.'o vcrv low
3,000" Bushcls C. W. Salt,
1,200 do T. I. do
200 do Lisbon, do
200 Bbls. fine Wcstern Salt,
200 Tons Nova Scolia Plaster, in
Bulk or Bags as nurchascrs tnav wish.
10 Boxes Mould Candles,
10 do No. 1 Soap,
2 do do Sperm Candles.
Merchants wis ting to purchasc S A t T
will have it at renuccd pricc.
Vergennes Oct. 4, 1841. 36 tf
ALL PERSONS indcbtcd lo lhc subscri.
bers by Book or Notc, are hindly rc
questcd to call and settle the samc wilhoul dehiy
as all dcbis, unlcss of very rccent conlraction,
will be left with an attorney for setilement, if
not paid soon, or olherwisc adjusted. Let nono
complain. Prompt payments are lo the mer
chant what ?ood crops arc to the farmer in
dispcnsable to succesi.
BlNGIIAM & RoCKWELL,
and S. B. Rockwkll.
Middlebury Nov. 1. 1841. 26 3m
D OMES TIC
STINGS, IIEEshirtings, bcd-iicktngs and
Panton liannel can be purchased very low
of Z. BECKWITH & Co-
Couglis, colds, consumplion, whooping
cough, astlma, calarrh, agucs
"ffFFECTUALLY prevented and cured by
the timely applicalion of the genuine
whalc-uone-sel and cons'.nnllv-on-tiaiul UiL
BRELLAS, and mud-anlagonist OVER
SIIOES, lound at the storc of the Pcople's
Agents ii.UI. lTH oj (Jo.
Nono warranted genuine if abtaincd clso.
where. Novembcr 1, 1841.
r"jnHE Subscriber ofiers for Sale his Oil will
A with the Valuable Water prtvtlege attach
cd lo it.togcthcr with aconvcnicnl Brick House
and Lot, situuled al the lowcr Falls, half a milc
belowthis Villagc,likewisoa Jjrge Brick House
and Lot, ncar the Oongregahonal sieettng
House, in this Village. IraStewart.
wi'ldleburv Aug. 7ih 1S41.
TEA ic D1NINGSETTS, together
with a large stock of Crockery,
Glass wabe and Looking Glasses, just rcc'd
at reduced prices, by A. FRANCIS.
Oct. 11, 1841. 23tf
B,A B. Uast, Shear and Spring Stcel
for sale by IRA STEWART.
Middlebury, Aug. 8, 1841.
FALL and WINTER Lamp Oil, of the
best quality, for eale by
T. C. SMITI1.
A fresh supply of Tea, Sugar, Coffce,
Pepper, Spice, Nutmegs, &c. &c. Good
sugar will be sold 12 Fbs. for Sl, and all
will be sold as low, if not lowcr, than at
any slore in the village, at
T. C. SMITH'S.
BOOTS and SIIOES, u large supply
for sale atretailby JOHN WOOD
June 25. 1841.
CUT and WROUGHT NAILS and ww
dow Glass for sale low, by
June 25, 1841.
AND ALL S1CKNESS AND DISEASE
The grcatest Secret discovered I
purge purge purge has bcen the cry for the
last few years. This has been cfiectually tried, and
yet sufferers have multiplied and died ; and why
Not because purging was not necessary, but too
much had been done without the tonic to follow,
and sustain the systetn. Purge, you miiit ! The
sicklv humors of the blood must be carricd ofi or
the acsumulation of them prevented. Prevent then
the growth of such humois.
Why do the Chinese live to such immense ages
and still retain the powers of youth or middle age
Because they purify the blood. The Chinese
Blood Pills so called because they work upon and
cleansethe Blood are thestatidard remedy. Tbese
pills will do it ; and the Temperance Bittcrs, taken
as directed, will strengthcn the system and prvent
the accumulation of bise humors which infeat the
blood, aud which only inereases by purges, unless
the bilttrs are taken afler. Buy, then, these pills
and bitters. Take weekly the pills, and daily the
bitters, and if you are or have been invalids for days
weeks, months, or years, you wil' find the sickly
humordrawn ofF, and prevented from a return, and
the sallow yellow hue of sickness changc rapidly to
Ihefull blooming glow of health and youthfulhuoy
ancy. There are cases so numerous of these ',brilliant ef
fects, that time and 6pare forbid an attetnpt to put
them down. Buy and use these medicines, and use
no other, and health and strenglh shall be yours. See
wrapperand directions that come with them.
Will be attcmpted. Buy no remedy of the kind un
less it have my name O. C. Lirr, M. D on the
wiapper, and also the notice as follows :
'Etitered according to Act of Congress, A, D.
1841, hy Thos. Connel, in the Clerk's officeoftbe
District Court of the Unifed States for the Southern
District of New York."
Warranted the only genuine.
Messrs. Comstock & Co., New York, are the
sole wholesale agcnts for the Uniled Stites and the
ONE HUNDUED DOLLARS RE
W ATin Iipi-o nnVnd fhr n-.inths. toanv
onc who will use a boltle of llays' Liniment for the
..... i rt .i i ,.,
I'iles wituoui ueing curea. ui inousanua soiu, iu
no instance has it failed. of a cure. Proof over
whelming to be had where it is sold. It is also a cer-
(cxternally) in the following complaints.
For the Pile3
Tightness of tlie chest
pKnpctatlv in children.
For all Dropsj,
Sore thioat by cmceis or
Foul Ulcers", of the legs,
or other tungus sorns,
howevcr obstinate or
Chilblains &c. &.
Some Swindlcrs have counterfeited this article and
put it up with various devices. Do not be imposcd
upon. Onc thine; or.Iy wil protect you it is the
nameot COMSTOCK & CO, ; ihal name must be
frirge'tit. Take this dircction with you, and test by
that. or ncver buy it; fcr it isjirapossible for any other
lo oe irue or gcuuuie.
Sold by COMSTOCK & CO..
71 Maiden Lane. 10: lj
CERTA1N OURE FOR S1CK HEADACI1E.
which has bcen used in families, every member of
which has hau sicl; heanacnc lrom intancy, as a con
stilutional family cotnplaint, and hascured elTnctually
in evcry instance yct known, amounting to many
hundrcds. It isnot unpleasant to thc tastc, and does
not prevent the daily avocations of one usine it ; it
must be persevcicd in, and the cure is gradual, but
reitam aud permanent. Instmces are constantly
multiplying where this distressing complaint is com
pletely relieved and cured, although of years starMins
by the use of Dr. Spohn's celebiatcd remedy. One
decided prerereice is its pleasantnoss, having none of
the nauseating cflect of common drugs.
It is so perfectly satisfactory that the proprietor has
given direction for his agents to refund the price to
any oue who is not pleascd with, and cured hy it.
He hopes also that this may secure its great bcncfit to
the distresscd sufferers who arc la'jouring under
E. Spohn, M. D, nvcntorand Proptietor.
COMSTOCK & CO.,
71 Maidcn Lanc New York.
Frcm Ihe New York Herald.
a gentleman beloiiging to ona of the most ancien
and weallhy families ot this city, who must be wcll
known to numerous fricnds, having since the ycar
1S1S up to reccntly, been bcnt nearly double, and for
scvcral yeats conGned to his bed, has bcen restored
to go)J health has regained his n.ilural erect position
and has quitted his cairiage, and now walks with
case ! ! We believe this is the gentlsman's own des
cription as nearas possible, and there is no axaggera
tion in it. We will give inquirers his address, and
doubtnot hishumane feclings will cxcuse the liberty;
to that any one doubting1, may know these facts
Ihough he requires his name may not appear in print.
Among other similar instanccs, Mr. Jas. G. Itaynolds
144 Chrislie St. lus been restored and will give
personal assurance of the facts of his case. liolh
werc ihcumatism, and contracted cords and sinews.
Uow has this been done .'
Answek. By the I.ndiak Vecetable Elix
er intemally, and Hemes1 Nervk and Bokb
Liniment eslernally N. Y. Herald Jan, 26 1841.
Sold only by COMSTOCK & CO..
71 Maiden Lane, New York. 10:1
CLEANLINESS OF THE HEAD AND
Strange it is that persons who altend strictly to
personal, cleanliness, baths, &c. should neglcct the
Head '.he Hair the most csscntial ihe most xpos
cd and the most beautiful, though properly carcd
for, of all tho gifts of the Creator. Perfectly free may
itbe keptofdandrutT orscurf with a certainty that
Ihe hair cannot fall out, by the use ofttlie Balm of
Columbia. Ladies will you make your toilet without
this article .' I answer fearlessly, No, ifyou haveunce
tried and experienced its purifying eCTccts it, sweet
A hnndred articles have bcen put fotth on the
credit of this the only first the only really valuable
article. A mass of testimony from all classes to the
Counterfeits are abroad look a way for the name
of COMSTOCK & CO., on tho splendfcl wrappen
and never buy it without that name.
READ THE FOLLOWING.
ROBERT V7HARTON, Esq., late Mayorof Phila
uelphia, has certiGed, as may be seen below to thc
higl :haracleroj the following gentlemen.
1 c undcrsigncd do hereby ceittfv that we have
trif d the Balm of Coltinbia discovered by J. Oldridge
and have found it highly serviceablc not only as a
pre-entive against the falling ofl" of hair, but also a
WM. THATCHER, senior,
Methodisl Minister in St. George cbarge,
No. 86 North Fifth-t,
JOHN P. INGLES, 331 Arch st.
JOHN D. THOMAS. M. D. 163 Race tt.
JOHN S. FUREY, 101 Spruce st.
HUGH McCURDY. 213 South 7th st
JOHN YaRD, jr., 123 Arch st.
Forraleby S. MOODY. Druggisf. ll;ly
LADIES' Paris Kid GLO-VES,
Chine Neck Ribbons, and
Just received al tho cheap cajit store
by JOHN VALLETT.
Novembcr 15. 2S
DR. TAYLOR'S '
Balsam of Lwericort,
OR COJVSUMPTIOJV, COUGHS, COLDS,
spiliing ot Blood, Fain inthes:de, Asthma.PIeu-
risv, shoilness ot oream, raipiianon of the Heait,
Debi'ity, Nervousness, ar.d all diseases of the Lungs
and Liver. This medicine has been used in the city
of New York. with unesampled success for eTght
years, curing tbousands who weie supposed incurable.
It is now used bj most of the medical faculty, and the
whole people. Certificates of most extraordinary
cures will accompany each bottle.
Prpnrnl at 375 Bowerv. in the city of New York,
where the article first originated, and is Ihe OJVXF
GEJVJIIA'E. All others bcanng similir names are
counterfeits and impositions.
Cert ifi cates.
Beine nredisposed to consumption, both from pecu-
liar foimation and hereditaiy transmission, I tried
every means to check the disease, and strengthen a
naturally weak constitution. I spent two years at
Pisa, one at Rome, two in Florence, and anotherin
the south of France, seekin?, mcanlime, tbe advice of
the best physicians. Two yeais since I returncd to
this country in about the situation as when I left it. ,
I had seen in the reading rooms of Europ, much in !
favor of Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort, and as
soon as I amved in this city 1 nsed it, and in 3 months
I was so well as to safely venture to pass the winler
htre. I have used an occasional bottle during the
time, and am now in as good health as possible. My
cough has wholly ceased, and my lungs have every
feelinsrof health. James Hiia.
Remarkadle core or cossuhptio.v.-I have
Westrrn tioiei, uoununu streei, n. i.
been an invalid for three years, and have suffered ev
ery torture from confirmed consumption. But i)r.
Taylor has wholly cured me. The large quantities of
ma'.ter I used to raise has subsidcd, my cough has
ceased, and I am fleshy again, my hcal'.h beiug whol
ly resfored by using three bolltes of his celebrated
Balsam M. E. Wisdley,
No. 139 Maiden Lane, N.Y.
Siiortness or Breatii. For this disease Dr.
Tavior's Balsam ot Liverwort has no cqual. Havins;
the asthn.a, a severe pain in my left side, aiid some some cough, frequent hoarseness, with scvere fits of
cough L was induced to try the above medicine, and . coughing, and indecd all the symptoms of consumption
great w'as my joy to find it cured me in about two and from timeto time I haveconsulted severalcminent
weeks. I! alsorcured my mothcr of a severe attack physicians, and have taken much medicine, but I re
of the Liver complaint with which she had suffered 2 ' ctived little or no relief, and.at last Ihey.told me there
years. j. C. Stone, 23 Hall Place N. Y. I was no help for me ; that my case was heyond tho
cnnDicivr! ciini' ni' rnvsniiPTiov Mr. I? ' reaeh of their medicines. In tho sprine of 1827 1 was
Gladdin ofDelhi New York, ofa natural consumptu -
ous constitution, has been saved from an untimely
end bvthe use of Dr. Taylnr's Balsam of Liverwort.
A severe cold brouaht ou an attack ol Pleurisy and
ihus ended in ireneral debility and consumption. A
constant cough, hectic tlush, restless nights, quick
and continucd loss of flesh, aucured a speedy '
drath; but as soon as he commencod the use of this j
Balsam he grew nctter and is now fully restored to
J5oct. Taylor's Balsam of Livcncort Thc cures
and bcnefits produced by the use of this medicine in
all cases oruiseases ot the Lungs is aimosi increaio.e.
It has been used by sevcral persons in this neiglibor-
noou anu mcie i3 .an.:i . - i itive Curo. ltespecttuliy youn,
have bcen fully realized. Persons atllictcd with j ' J -p. P. Merriam.
coughs, colds, asthma, difficulty of brcathing, pair.s NewBedford, Mass., Julv 30, 1841.
in the side or breast. spitting blood, catarrhs. palpita- j '
tion of the heart, opprcssion and soreness of thc chest, . jg.Con.NTEnrEiTS. Bcware orimposition. Each
whooping cough, pleurisy, hectic fever, night sweats, enujne bol,,e is enc0Sed in a m.un wrapperon which
difficulty orprofuse cxpectorat'on and all o'herairec- a vei.i.ov label, signed by WM. JON'N. CUT
tions the chest, lungs and livtr sbeuld not fail orpro j LER- Ko)e o(her can ,)e getl!nc of a iaIer ,Iate than
curing a bottle of this medicine. J.WniciiT. Decmber 1S39. Thc s:gnalure of Sampson Rebd
Sandy Hill, Washington counly N. . wiII be continuca for a short time.
The composition of Taylor's Balsam oj Ltterwort
M onlv known by Ihe rroprictor, thcrtfore it it dan
geroususmganybut that from 3,o Bowtry . 1.
To the Fullic We hereby ccrtify that our son, 6
years cf age, was suddenly taken '
after a severe sickness a violent cou;
was bloated. his skin w-as filled and his
inere was no lavoiaoie svinniora aroui inm, uiai ne
had a confirmed con,u.nption. Vo procured a bo.tl,
Ihere was no favorablc symptom about him; that he
wort. When lio had taken one boltle we uegan to
have hope of his recovery. He continued unti he
nad used five bottles. It is now a ycar from Ihit time
and his health is bcltcr than it has ever been since an
mf?-nt- -1. W A-n (An li N V "
Granville. U ash.ngfon counly N. Y,
For proof of the above statement I refcrto the sub-
scribers above people of high respccatbiliiy.
Look out for a Countcrfcit Article ! j
Sold because of its deceplion and chcapncssat qual- ,
ity at a very small price. The same is procuied by (
certain dealers and sufiered lo pass into the hanJs of
the innocent purchaseras the genuine Tayloi'd Bal
sam of Liverwort.
Violent Cough and Cold ! cured The severe '
chanf-c in weathcr having givcn me a most violent
cald, also cxpectoration and difficulty of brealhing ;
f was much distresscd until I look Dr. Taylor's Bal
sam of Liverwort. I found this medicine (o suit my .
case and cured me al once, which c.iuscs me tojre- '
commend it toothcis. J J Fisnen. 17 Uanow st.N Y.
Pain in the side and Breast These diseases have
cau'ied me rouch (rouble and often prevenled my at
tending to business. Evcry medicine I heard ofl
tried but found no reliof. As a last resource I conclud-
ed lo iryDr Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort, and as soon
as I did I grew bctfer and have bcen gaining ever
since: am now m eood health and can trulv rccoms
mcnd this Balsam as be.ng far superjoi to anylhing
clse. A. L. Grke.v, 2 1 itt st. A Y.
Spitting cf Blood cured For four months I have
had a discharge of blood from tho Lungs almost daily;
also a dry hard cough, some pain, great weakness and
hoarseness. When I had tried the Doctors in vain
for three months I concluded to use Dr Taylor's Bal-
sam of Liverwort, of which three bottlc3 have rnadcan
cntirecure. L A Havii,and, 171 Oak st. N Y.
BEWARE OF FRJIUDS!!
TVrkTVT? C rPIVTTTiV f?
i KJL 1U ilM UI1
But that prepared al the old ojjice 373 Botcery-st .
city of JVew Ybrl; where the article was first made
i i.ir.i i r ;
M, , . , .
mcic urc aariuus umiauons ojjcrcu ur.armg
the same or similar names.
Doet. Sidney Moody, Mddlebury; Doct F. Hunt
ington, Vergennes; J.&O. S. Simnonds, Waling;
J. H. Chipman fy Co., Larabee's Point; Gurdon
Sarles, Bridport; Lake Dunmore Glass Company,
Salisbury; Kent Wright, Shoreham ; BarnestFuI
ler, Addison; Huntley & Higgins, Salisbury; Sam
uel Everls, Cornwall; T. C. Smith, JVew Uaven.
Lccds As Thaycr j
Vo. 127 Maiden Lane, Jcw York city
Wiil see all ordcrs answered for the genu'ne Tiy
Ior'u Balsam of Liverwort, at wholesale prices, where
their friends find it most convenient to foiward orders
through their House.
AND WILZ. ALSO FUIINISII
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oili, Window-glass,
Dyc-stufls, Glass-warc.aod all articles in their
line, at as favorable prices as at any ,
27 3m House in Amenca.
ron Tnn core of '
COUGHS, COLDS & CONSUMPTIONS. ,
CENnifE VEOKTABLE rOUlWNART D1I.SAMIC STRCP 1
"imf ORE than 75,000 bottles ot tfcis vcry val
uable rordicinehave been sold, (princttnlly
in thc State of Maine, ) sinee it was first offered
to the public bv the original inventor aud proprie
tor, a tew years since.
It is undoubtedlv sunerior to anv other article
oflered to the public ; as it seldom fails in giving
renei wnere it is tauen in due season.
Although thesuperior virtues of this medicine
are well known, and its qualites highly approved
yet the following certificates are added for the
satisfaciiou of any who may be afflicted with
those diseases for which it is designed. Several
others may be seen on the bill ot directions ac
companying each bottle.
Each genuine bottle is inelosed in a blue
wrappcr tin which is nred label signed by T, B.
MERRICK, or S. PAGE.
Price-37i cents per botlle,
For sale by the gross, dozen, or sinle bottle,
S. PAGE, Halloivell, Me., to whom orders
may be directed.
For sole bv S. MOODY, Middlebury, Vt.
UR CAPS, a large assortment, just rec'd
and for sale low, by
A. W. S. JOHNSON.
The most highly approved Medicine
now in general use for Coughs
Colds, and all Diseases
of the Lungs.
rpFIE VEGETABLE PULMONARY BALSAil i,
believed to be deservcdly the most popular Med
icine ever known in Americi, for coughs, colds, asth
ma or phlhisic, consumption, wbooping cough and
pulmonary affeclions of every kind.
The Ycgetahle Pulmonary Balsam has been very
extensively used for about fifteen years; and its repu
tation has been constantly increasing. So univeisally
popular has this article become that it may now be
considered as a standard article in a large part of the
United States aud British Provinces. Many familie
keep it constantly by tbem, considering it the most
safeas well as certain remedy for the above complaint.
The'proprietors have received & are receiving numer
ous recommendations from many of our best nhvsif :
who make use of it in their practice. The nataes ol
a few individuals who have giyen their testimony iQ
favorof this article are here subjoined, and fora more
fnll account see the cnvclope to the botlle.
! i)oct. Amorj Hunting, : Doct. Samuet Morrill,
Jcre. Ellsworth, :
(From Dr.T homas Brown.)
Messts. Lowe s Reed, Gent The Vegctable Pnl-
monaiy Balsam, has been extensively used in tbesr.c
tion of counlry where I reside, for seVcral years past,
and has justlj acquired a h'gh leputation in consump-
uve comuiainis. oo lar as iny Knowieage exienas, il
ntv".dj"PP0'?ud Vff"1- b "L"'"!00 f
tbosa whohave used it. Thomas BnowN, M. p.
Concord, N. H.,Maj 11,1S3I.
ilessrs. Reed, Wing & Cutler Gentlomen
I feel it a duty I oive to the public, and especially to
hundreds of my fellow beings who arc r.o'.v suSering
under different diseases of the lungs, to give you a
statement of the good eftects I have uxperinccd from
the uso of thb Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam. Hating
from my jouth up been troubled with dincrent com-
. nlaints of the lunrs. such as spittiniol blood, a trouble-
! advised by a friend to try the Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam. I obtamed two bottles, and on tnal I was
surpnseu to nna so uuminucueciuai rcnei iniiiitu u
gaveme, and afteiyitsden about five weeks ang it
complaints were enlirely removed, and I was restored
to good health. Since that time I have kept it con
stantly by me, in case of the appearance of any of tho
I have known a large numberof cases whero all oth
er medicines have lailed of affording any relief, tbe
Balsam was at length resorted to, and speedily effect
ed a cure. I would thetefjre recommend to every
person that has any of the above complaints, on their
first appearance (o ta!j0 ,he Vegetable Pulmonary Bal.
j w h ,fc . . finJ a sa- conyenienand pcw-
. The gre-tt celcbrity of the Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam has been the cause of atten p s to introduce
spunous articles, which bypartiallyassuming tlie name
o'f he ,ne 're leu.e.i (u mislead and deceivo
r tr,ai our son, u , t,e pUbllc. Among thest imxtures are ' Uarlcr's
vith a fever and Compound l'ulmonan Balsam," l-Jlmcrican Pul
Sn ensucd. He mo Balsam ," " VegelaUe I'uhnowmj liatsam
.V,lt'?'Z?l ie S;n,p -l'ulmonan, Balsam" and others.
n r , ,, - -r.,i. i,,, i. lii
; P"r,ihascrss!,0U'J 'U.10JJ Ir'V.""1! J.?
I B-AM:hat it hrmarksand
. a .. y ta!)la Pu,
j " nZm"
( Fosa)e b -RKEDt WING & CUTLER, flata
L e ' K'D wholesale dcalers in Drug.., Madi
; c!nes pa,n3 Dvc.stulC,, No. 54. Chatham streot,
, Boston, and by Drul'gists and country merchants gen-
j crally in New Enland, and in the principal placen
' Hiroughout the United States and British Provinces-
ftice au. cenis. soia av &. jiuuu i -
15:ly Middlebury Vetmont
The liion ofthc Day.
THE OLDDUTCH OR GERMAN
For sale hy S. Moody, Middlebury. Yt.
To the C'ti.ens of the Unitcd States and the Cana
das is respectfully submitlcd this Directory to tho
means for regaininglhat which has brcn paitially.and
in some instanccs, tolally losl.
What bles9ingshouM be prized above that ol health,
and who knows beltcr hoiv to prize the Mes,ing, than
those who have bcen dtprivci! of it? It is an old ad
age, (and oue lliat conlains avise injunction,) "in
lime of peacc, prepare for war." We slioulil in titna
of Health prepare for the attacks of that siealthy lur
kins foe, Disease. It would be wisdom to obseivo his
,,,(,. ,n Bnnn ivi.ll tlin r.irm i n whirh hi nn.
proacIlc3, aI,a uicn to mcet him with those msans
.. . , , n-.. .n,m,v
.j-no3e meansa,e now before this colightene.1 and in-
tclligcnt rQinmunity They are accnssible to thopoor
as well as the rich, and I tiust that those who regard
the Constitution ofman asone of the finest specimeus
of D vine workmanship, and lhc Laws by nh-ch tliat
Systcm isgoverncd and directej, as onginatinz in r.o
other than in the councilsof Heaven, will sofarobey
the injunctions of the htter as to provide thc bcnt sale-
gu-ird for the formcr.
U i ivilh Ihe mst flallcring recommendations. su!-
scribed by most cminent Medical Gentlemen n0t only
in this Country but also in Eu:ope : thal I offcr his
i vaIuablB Medicine to this Amcrican People.
Time and full oppor'.unity f'ir a fair nnd mpattial
trial have placed the Lion of Ihe Day be o:id the
l.rand of Imnostion. Humlm?. Ouacktty, &c
' Tlns PiII is composed of exlracts from nine parts
of the vegetable kingdom, (being entirely frcc I'roc
any drug of a delcterious naturc.) and adapted pai .
ticularly to tlie cleansing o! the siomacn, omuu,
and the various secretions of llie Human Sjstem.
B'llious Fevers, ind Cholic. Fcfer and AgUe, Jaun
dice.Scarlet Rash, Dispepsia. Heartburn. Costivo
ness. Asthma, and Liver Complaint havo been cur
ed, by usine these Pills accordingly !o the directioiu
accompanving each box. .... ,
, It is not intended that this Medicine is a cure for
1 all Disease 'o which the human system is bable,
! Many efibrts have been made to compound a Med
1 iciue which would cure all Diseases, but havcaf.
Those Diseases enumeratcd above, are within
the power of these Pills and asure cure or rcliel la
I'rice 37, 1-2 cents.
Sold by A. & P,D. Barrows, Salisbury : S. B.
Rockweil , Cornwall. Rusegue & Walkcr, Whiting;
, Kent Wright, Shoreham i Truman S. Eldridge, Ad
dison ; F. Huntington, Vergennes: J. H. Barnes,
Charlotte, M. W. Kinsley. Monkton ; Rockwood &
Webster.Staikesboro ; Titus B. Gaige, Bristol; R.
P.Nash, New-Haven. gg- For Sale, in all the prin
cipal villages, in the State. MERRITT GRIFFIN.
Proprieter, Glenn's Falls, N. Y.
1 HE subscriber is now recoiving his stock
- of FALL GOODS. comprising a complete
, assortment of
' Broadcioti Cassimcrcs, Bcavcr-cloths.
FWlk-h nnrl Frencli merinoes. printcd
Saxony's, mcrino and Blankct-shawls,
London and American Prints, blcached
shectings and shirtings, and brown
sheetings. together with a good assort
CroclCiT Glass 8c Hard-waro-
Also a Fresh assorlment oj Teas, such as
Gun Powdcr, "J
Old Hyson, I
Young Ilj-son, f
All of which may bc relicd upon as batng o
the first quality and will bo sold as low as at anv
other store in this countv. K. CHAfWA".
Vcrgeuaes Octobcr 4, 1841.
V INDOW Glass and sash, consiantly on
" " hand and for salo by
Z. BECKWITH & Co.