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T ho Middlebury
the fullowing Annuals far
I S i2 v:z :
The Token ;
The Amaranth ;
The Dahlia ;
Th2 Hose; and
The Gom ;
T ie Cabinetof Modern Art; ) Splendid
Tne Gems of Art ; and
The Fo'ECt-ine-not ;
ALSO a larsc aSsortmoM of miscellaneou,
classical and scboil Book. stalionary $-e., for
sj'b cheap for repdy psy. by
Miduiojjrv N jv. 9, 1311.
iiA.VF.MPORT & TURMER
. r;OULU rcspectfully inform thcir pat- ,
V ' tl j 1 .1 ", T " 1. . l. , !
j Z roiis. ani wu puuuc cneruiiv, tuui
i (. : -iU!i'ie to receive WOCL at the
t'.'j i -iuiie ut cf ihe Middlebury jtanufacturing
t u.- i ai.j, to roar.ufacture into Cloths. C'asM.
r.. res tr Sa'tineits, white ot culorod Flanneis,
tzc. of p' rmanenl coiors and mixes, 1n suit thc
t .su.-, on suares or by tho yard, at the optioa
Cf :llt- CWC'-.T.
liy.il g furnishfcJ with the necessary oppara.
us. t J h-.v'.ng in thcir employ competent and
a i.f v. o. kmcn, they v.-il! conliime to improvc
t evi-jjucd st!e of their goods, intending
t ii.c;y shil! not be surpossed hy those of
nnv .i..er cstablishment iu ihs staM. They
u,i keep an aasorlment on hand to accommo.
c'a t !.,cse who may vai:t a parl of their clclb
"Gn. eful for thc cxtenshe patronage they
Inve rrceived, they hopc by strict pcrsonal af
tLi...Lr. to busincs? and the interests of their
,:uroas to receive a liberal sliarc of their f.v
TI3RMS as rctsonable r.s at aiy establish
n.nt in liie vicinity.
p1 ENESEE FLOUR, frcshTeas, vlh a
' - J
ctiieu nnd fo
dlASH paid for a few hundred bushels cf
CORN on th Cob.
"gAKER'S Water-Proof Oil Blacking,
suneriorar!icle for Harne&scs, Chaise
lops and Boofs and Shcci, for sale wholesalc
or retai) by JUUi WUUU,
Agent for lhc 31anufacturor.
p II E Subsrribers, davinc forrriC-J acopartcn-
ihip, under the firm of Z. Becktvitii Co.
for the traniactio-! of tlie Mcrcan'ilc busincss,
dj'in:: a tcrm of years, uould inform thcir
Frien ls and the Tiihaiilants of this village tbai
t'.jcy lnve jjst rcceivel from New York. at the
oid S'.ore, fmncr'y occupied by Z. Beckwitii.
a large a.id j;cr;eral nsiortmf-nt of
FALL & WiMTiB G00BS9
vviiica t.iey tre dctermined to sell at as lov.
i.nces as cau lw purchased in the Slate.
25 C. DORRANCE.
4-5 W. S. Johnson.
JSPCi'TFULLY inforrn thc inbabitants
ca of 5iJJlcburv and vicinitv, tltat t'lev an
r. jv riiceiyi3 a ciioice seleciisn of
CJroccriesj Prpvisions &c.
Flour, Graln, Porh. Vhh, Naih
O J tlysoa, 1
P i j;ho:i d;
V :o Rico,
Hisi'is ind Cnrrents, Snufi and Tobacco
Fipes, Spices. ali kind, Old Java
Painls and Oil,
Wh.te an! Red I.ead. Freacli and
v II .J I1U XO.IOW, lyiironiC (.rrcen, Cliettan
R 1. Paris White, Whilir"-, Gronnd Yer-
:in canislcrs, Boiledand ttaw Linsccd
armsh. Spt5. Tuinentine.Guill
S ic!ac, G'uo ifc. Tnet.icr with a- Iar,re
n;nrtm"nt nf T. I liJf Jt. d AT" T T?
V F '"$ .nOTi 'A VTTn 77c
o toUUj. !SllUL.t.
HATS AND CAPS.
All of which will bo sold very low
Cash or mcst kinds of Prodttcc.
MiddlebitrvOct. 1S41. 23
T. I. SALT.
t iaUBK'S Is'and stlt, just receivod and for
S sale a. 70 ccats per bushel, bv
Z. BECKWITH & Co.
TWZ sub?cr:b-r is mw opcning a fuli
and cornp'.elc assorlinent of scasonable
v hich he offcrs for sale at reduccd priccs
for readv pavonlv.
Niv. 1, 1841. G2
O 1" wiil find a capi.nl assortmcot of
Ju Londcn, Gcnnan, 4 Amtrican Prints, '
of aunost every figare and quility, Mus. De.
Laln-i. Aipacas, I'opiins and Meiino in icter--niinille
Z. BECKWITH Co's.
c'. 1S41. 25
' -e25. Ifc41.
IEW FALL GOODS.
BIRGE is now recoiving his usuiil sup
Fancy and Staple
Those wlo vviih. to buy GOOD Goods lcheap.
wiil plsase oall and examine tnem
Sept. 13. lStt.
Plain Chinlz. &
Chcnc Mus D. Laincs. all at
Sept. 23 1311.
very low pn-
-STgTlNDOAV BL1NDS & SAII, firsl
Y t ratc articlt s for sale hX tho manufac
turers prices, by JOHN WOOD.
th5 BULS. VVESTERN TIKE
M tU? vtF SALT, Coarsc do. Turks Is
land, a', I Ltvir.icol Bj'.ter do. for sale Io-.v
S?:.t.lSll ' bv JOHN WOOD.
TOCK of GOODS cverbrought into Mid.
dleburv is now opening bv
Sept. 2S, 1641. 21
rtUPERFINE GENIiSEE FLOUB, for
3 sale bv tho sobscriber.
Sept. 20. 20 tf
rmVEJfTY-FH E cases Iicavy cow
BOOTS. for sale verv lov bv the case, by
June 2r. 1S
''3'AIIE Subscriber ofier for Sale his Oil jiill
JL vit!i the Valuab'e Water privile"C ailach-
ed to it.toucthcr Mi'th aconvenienl Briel: Ilouse
anu i.oi, suuuicu aiine lowcr rans. iijii u iiiiiu
fIlE subscriber has comrncnced the pur
H chase of wool for this scason, and will
pay cash, and
hi"h priccs as his emnloycrs
Julv 13.1541. 10
EBINO. ICacvbc, Clemestine, Bno
cua Tjr.TAn. M. De Lai.ne and Silk
SHA WL S;
A.'soa Iarc assortincnt of Fancv H'k'fs.
Oct. 11, 1841. 23 tf
"H'OIIN VALLETT, (al flie clieap cash ,
flfi? store,) is now receiving from New York
a general assortmcnt of scasonable
Ainong Ihem may be found a great variety of
Engfch and Ainerican I'nnls, of
EtiLdish, Frencli and German Merinos.
PJam and TFavr;d Bcaver Cloths and
Shaned Crapes, and Bombazines.
Plain and Figured Mh. UeLaincs.
Itibbons and Arlificials.
Batling and Wad-
Cottoii Yarn and Wicking, &c. &c. !
Iadics Frencli Ivid Slips and Walking j
SHOES. Togetlicr with a good assort-'
Crocker' and Glass VVarc. !
Also a ciioice seleclion o.' FAM1LY
GROCEMES, LAMP OIL.
fI?"Purchaers are re?pcctrull
Middlebury, Oct. 7, 1S41.
TTAS just rectfived and kecps
constantly on hand, a large
and splendid asscrrmcnt of Gvli
and siiver Lever, Horiiontal Lc-
fi-a UTB& P'ac Qaartier and comrcon
.1 fine asfor.'ment of siiver Tablp and Tea spoons ;
Guld Beads; siiver Thimliles; filcr Spcctacles; Gog
Sles; GOLD AHD SILVER PEMCILS; Wallets; Purses;
Golu Chams; Seals and Kevs; afine a-sortment ol
Finger - rir.gs: Twcczcrs; Pombs; beautiful Razors,
ir"L'" f'SL.V". &.r"!J VPI!
and House Bclls : Snv-slassM : RP.ASS PUGIES : Pa-
' ,eD' aru eoramon Flutcs ; Music-boxes ; Yiolin and
! Bass Viol Sliings; Fifes; Clarionctls ; Flaolelts ;
I Toning-forks ; 'LOOKIKG-GLASSES ; Thermometeis ;
I li'gotlier with various other arliclcsusually kepi ina
(Jewrller's srop, comprisinjr a beilcr assortnient than
large assorlment of
Brass, AIarni5and Woo(Ien Clocks,3'
which he can and wll sell as chejp as any one.
. f-Clocks and Watches rAiTiirDi.i.i.Y RE-'
l AluED at the sboric notice, and no pains spared
to sive salUfaction. '
THE subscriber nnmn rrnm hU :
fiiends and the pnblic that he has on
hanu at tlie old stand. 3 doors north
j iila good and fashionable assortment 1
of Hals, which he w ill sell ns low, if noi a Vllle '
' loutr, ihan can Lc bought at any olher cs'.ab. j
I Lanb's Wool will be received in paymcnt
I for hals, at a liberal price.
J N. B. Those whosc accounts have be
. come due. arc rcqtiesled to crll and setllc the
, same withou: delay, as these sums are very
1 much wanied.to mtetthc hardness ofthe times.
Middlebary, August 10, 1840.
Received and for sale bv
ovembcr 15. 8
PRS. Boys BOOTS, a su'Z
rior article. for sale low at
A. & W JOHNSONS'.
belowthis Villa-'e.likcttisea hi"o Brick Houe ' opprcss:on. nauaand sicknesj, ioss ol appetite, co
nnrt r nt -,," i. Pnntrn.tnmn-l -.irclintr , tivenws, a J ellow tme of the skin and eyes, and eve
and L,ot, near t ie Longregaf on.l ..tecting j lher syinp,on of a tor?id or d;seastU s,lteof lhe
Ilouse, in this Villsge. Ira fclcwait. iver . becausj they nur from the body Ihoseimnu-
jjncieuurv ahii. ;
THE BEST MEHTOD FOR THE
Of DISEASE, IS TO CLCANSE ASD PCRirY TDE EODY.
WRIGHT'S IMDIAll"vEGETABLE P1LLS,
OftheXoith Amcrican Collcgeof llealtli,
Are noiv acknonleded to bs tlie Leitmediciae in the
worlJ for thc care of
EVER Y VJRIETV OF DISE3SES
bccaasq th:y thoroujfily clcanss tlie slomaih and
bowe'j of thcse biliious bumon which not only paral
yze acd weaken the dit-s!ive oranj, lut arc ibs
causs of Iiea !ache, nauica and sicknesj ; palpitation
ol Ihe heait, iheunalic paiu in rariout part3 of ths
body, anJ raaDy other unpleasant conip'.airits.
THE I.DI.1Jr VEGET.1BLE PJLLS,
are also aceitain cure foriatermitlent.remittent.ne".
vous. inflanimator? and patrid ferers ; because tbey
clsa'nse the body of those morbid inaars, which when
coaOntd to the circulation are tbecaasaofallkindsof
Sa aiso, whea mcibid favcrs are djposHed upoa the
membnn and tauscle, cauiin; thos? pain3, inQam
mitioaa and swellinjs, called
KHEU.M ATIS51, GUUT &c,
the Indiah Vegetable Pilte raiy be rclicd on as alnavs
certain to gn-e relief, and if psriercred vith, will mjM
assaredly and without fail, make a pjrfect careof tha
abo-e painful raaladiei. Froai tbrce lo six of said In
dian Vesetable Pills taken cvery niht on co:n to bed
will in a ihort time oconplelely rid the body of evcry
thinz tliat is opic3ed to heaithi that Rticomatisa, Guut
and pain of cvery descnplion wiil be literallv
DRIVE.N FROM THE BODY.
Fiom iie same reason, when from sudJen chanzes
. foalraosphere or any othercause, the perspiration is
! cheeked, and thosr hnaiori which shauld passoffby
t tha skin are '.hrown intrardly causin;;
' nansea and SiCkn:53, pain in tr.e boufs, waferj and
i infiamed eyes, fore throat, hoarsenejs, coajhj, con-
j sumplions, rh?umatic pains in varioos parts cf tho
; body and raanv olher symptoms of
I CATCHING COLD,
j ihe Indian Vselable Pills will Invariably ive imme-
uiaic reitei. 1- rom tbree to six ol saiJ i'llH taKcn er
ry nijht on coinj to bed, will in a short time, not
only rernorc all the abovc unpleasant sytnptouis, bul
; tne oojy wiil Le reslored to cven sounder hcalln lha
The same raay be said of
ASTHM.4., ORDIFFICULTy OF BRPATHING.
The Iudian Vesetable Pills.will loosf" aa ff
by the stun-ach anJ bow els'thos'" phlegmy liumors
which stcp up the aircplls of lie luns, and are the
cau5 not only of the above"tres;:n complaint, but
when negltctei, oftcn tcrminates in a still ciore
I: shoold also be remembeicd tliat the Indian Veg
ctable Pills are a certain cure for
PAIN IN THE SIDE.
lritic? which if depoited upon this important organ,
are thc cause cf evcrv varielv of
1 1 .... . ..... .
puunc wiupieaseoasen-e ihaitnegcnuine mca- )
icine has lhc lollowing wording on Ihe tides of Ihe i
WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETAELE PILLS j
(Indiitn Purative.) j
Or the North American Collece cr'HKALTii.
And a'soaruund the border of thc lahel, will be
fsund in small ty,ie: " Enttrcd aecordin to lhe act
of Congrcit in "the year 1S-10, by VVai. U'hioht, in ,
lhe Clcrk's offiec,cfthc District Court of IheEcttern ,
district cf J'ainslvanitt."
It will furtber be o"scrrtd Ihat the printcd dircc-
lions for usinsf th medicir.e, which acconpanics each i
bot, atc also enlc-rcd arcoiding to Act of Congnss; '
and the same foim will be founJ atjhe botlom of the
first page. '
The slighlest altsnlion lo lhe abovc few parliculars '
will serve to protect lhe purcbaser from fiaud, and I
savc the livcs of those who may otherwise be cndan
gered bj usinj; a ccuntersit tncdicine.
The pnblic. will a'so remembcr that all who sell the '
genuine Indian Vegelable Pills are provided with a
ceilifi'ate of Agenrv, sisneii by i
WILLIA.M WRIGHT, McePrtsidr.it
cftheA orth jmcrican College of Health,
and that peJlars are never in any case allowed to sel
tbo genuine MediciDc. All travcllinz aents will be
I provided withacerlificate cf agrncy as above desciib
i ed ; and Ihoe who cannst show one will be kconn as
j &3-A11 letlers relativc lo the Pills aust be address-
td Ihcs :
' N. E. OFFICE N. A. COLLEGE OF HEALTH, '
195 Tremont ilrtet, Botton, .Vass."
O-AGENTS have becn anjointed for lhe sale of ,
the Pills in'cvery lown in New Engknd.
A g e n t s .
Middlebury, George H Fi?b ; Bennington
j Jor.athan Haiighton ; WiHiauisviile. Chirles W
i Joy ; Benni: ;t.)n, J C Haswell ; Rutland, Wil
liam Fay ; Woodstock, Haskcll & Pahner.; Do
ver, Hirara Baldwin : BraUlebnio' Bi-se &
Biaekett ; Watcrtord, H Cutiini&Co; Nsw
biiry. PreniissKnigiit; Bethel, Sarnuel Amtin jr;
S;)rin;fitld, Gi-orge Washburn; Proctorsville.
Procl.ir &. Pn.binsoa; Londonderry. Sriiith &.
Glazicr; BriJeewaicr, Thonias Southsate; Ch.'s
ter. Phineas O Sarg ai.t; Windsor. "S W Hub
bard; Burli. gton,xV Brinsmr-iil; East Poaltmy,
Hickok & Mears; Cornwall, Sarnuel EviTtsf;
Wilmington, A B Ch lds; Stowe. Albtrt Comps;
Post Mills. Jcremiah W i'tnn ; St Johnsbury, Lu
ther Jewelt; Weston, John Wilder; Waterhcrv,
Pcrsons Lyon; Montpelier, Wiliiam Clark;
Ludlow. John Dunbirec Co; Readinjj, Wood.&.
Mmill ; Harttor.I, J P Stront; & C- ; Norwich,
Baxtcr & Newtoa; Barnar J P Danfor h;
Beihel, Lori?izo Hitrhccck ; Rochester, Charlcs
Dodd: Sprirgfield. Rassel'; Cavcndi-h, A Gib
eoa & son; Guilford, Philip Marlin ; Halifax
CSlonetCo; Westminster, Aaron Hitch
cock; N nhfield, MurJock &. Alexander; Wcath
tsfield, Barley Bartlttt; Hart hnd, Cntton &
Biamble ; Fairfax, Hami ton Lovewood. 23 Iv.
gllEETINGS, shirtings, bed-tickings and!
Canton flancel can be purchascd vcrv low
of Z. BECKWITH & Co-
Coughs, Cold, COnsiimplinn, trhooping-
COUgll, asthma, catarrh, agllCS '
and cold-cliills i
FFECTUALLY prevented and cured by
.the timcly apphcation of the genuine i
uhale-bone-Stt and cons'.antlv-on.hand ' UH1. '
BRELLAS, and inud-antagonist OYER- I
Nonc warranted genuine if ablaincd clse. !
where. Novcmbcrl, 1841. :
ii.iicuiiMiuoE.i i o.pogeincr
with a larco stock of Crockery,
i"Gi - ASS wabe and Lool'i.vg Ghf.ssF.-t, just rcc'd
at reduccd prices, bv A. b RANCI5
Oct. 11, 1841.
B,A B. Cast, Shnar and Sprmg Sicel
for sale hv IRA STEWA RT.
.Middlebury, At:g. 6, 1841.
ALL and WINTER Lamp Oil, of the
best qualirv, for eale bv
f . C. SMITH.
A fresh supply of Tea, Sugar, Cofiee,
Pcpper, Spice, Nutmcgs, &c. &c. Gf)od'
sugar will be sold 12 Ibs. for 81, and all
will be sold as low, if not lowcr, than" at
any store in the village, at
T. C. SMITH'S.
rjHE subscriber keeps for sale
COTTON BATT S by the bale.
JJt v c IHA STEWART.
MiddletnrySept- 11, 1S41. jgtf
OOTS and SHOES.-a large , supply
fbr sale at rctail by Junii
Jun3 25, 1841.
...- r . J . .
UTand WROUGHT jML,z ana win
dow Glass for sale low, by
. JOHN WOOD.
Juna 25, 1841.
XD ALL SICKNESS AND DISEASE
The greatcst Stcret discoverecl l
pur-re purge purje bas bren the cry for the
at few jears. Tliis has been cff;ctually tried, anJ
vet scfTerera havc niuHiplied and dicd ; and why i
Kot because purgiug wai not necessary. ut toa
much bad becn done without the tonic to folloiv,
and ustain the svstem. Purge, you mnst ! The
sicklv liucors of the blood inust be carned 00 or
ihe a'ciuuiulalion of tbem prevented. Prevent then
ihe frrowth of such humois.
Whv do the Chinese live to sach immense ages
and st'ill retain the powcrs of youth or raiddle age
DCLdun; im.j i J . , , -
pn,nc lliev uariiv ine u:oau. iuc
nr.r Pii U.o cal ed because iney woik uuun auu
cleansetbe Blood-are thestandard remedy. Tbese
pills will i
do it ; ana the lemperance D,m
L. dirccted. willstrengthen tho system and prvent i
,r-,imiilation of bise humors which inlest Ibe
blood, and which only increases by purges, unless
Ihebi.ttrsare taken afler. Buy, then, theie pills
and bitters. Takc weekly ihe pills, and rfaily tne
bitters, and if you are or lnve been invalds for diys
wccks, months, or years, you will nnd the sickly
h'umordrawn ofT, and prevented fwm a relurn, anu
Ihe sallow yellow hue of s-cfcnerf change lapidly lo
theu blooming glotc of bcalth and youthful buoy-
anTh"erearecascssonuorousof these '.brilliant ef
fects, that time aml space forbid an attempt to put
tLem down. Bur an.l use these mcdicines. and use
noother, anaheallb anl strengihspauocyours.
""IX- i tt ittt pt:t pnnSTi:ni.T.ITS
U'Il be attempted. Buy no remedy of the kind un
toca it lifr mv name U. L. LHi. M. u- ou
niapper, and also the notice as follows :
tutereu accoruing io i ui vvu;it---i -14
1, by Thos. Connel, in the Clerk's office of tbe
Dislrict Conrt of thc Uni'ed Statcs for the
District of New i ork."
Warranted Ihe only genuir.c.
Ales-rs. ComstoCK & Co., Ncxv York, are the
sole wholesale agcnls for thc Unitcd States and the
A NE HUNDRED DULL.AKS
E HUNDRED DOLLAKb
-y WARD has beea ofiVrcd for months, tosny
one who whi use a come vi nas uuimcui
Piles without bcinc cuieJ. Of thousands sold, in
. -II I ... . f .) f ,tmAnt fn. t h
no instance has it faded of a cure. Proof over
whelming to be hid wherp it is sold. It is aUo a cer
, tain cure" in nearly cvcry case.
, (externally) in lhe followmg complamts
For the Pi'.cs.
t For all Dropsj ,
Ti'htness of the chest
e.-pecia'lv in children,
Foul Ulcers', cf Ihe Icgs,
Sore thioat by canccis or
or other lungus tcr.'.s,
however obstinate or
Chilblains &c. &.
Some Swin31er3 have counterfeiled lh:s article and
put it up wilh -arious devices. Do not be imposcd
upon. One Ihing or.Iy wil protcct jou it is Ihe
nameol COMSTOCK & CO, ; that name must bt
always on the wrappcr, or jou are cheated. Da not
fnrgilit. Take this directicn wilh you, and tett by
that. or never buy it; fcr it isjimpoisibls foi any ether
lo be lru or genuine.
Sold by COMSTOCK & CO..
"I Maideu Lane. 10: Ij
CERTAIN CURE FOR S1CK HE'.DACHE.
which has bctn used in familics, every member of
which has had sscx headacue lrom intancy. as a con
' stnulional family complaint, and has cured efpctually
in cvery inslance yet known, amounting lo many
hundreds. It isnot unpleasant to the taslc, and does
not prevent the daily avccationsof one using it ; it
mu5t be perseveied in, and the cure is gradual, bul
reitaiu aud permanent. Instanccs are ccn.tanliy
multipljini where this dislressing complaint is com
pletely relieved and cured, although ofysars stanJins
by Ihe use of Dr. Spo'in's celebiatej remedy. One
, dcciJed preference is its pleasanlness, haviog none of
the nauseatm? cfiict of common drus,
' It 13 so petfectly fatisfactory that Ihe prnprielorhas
1 given direction for his agenls lo refund the price to
any oue who is not plcased with, and cured hy it.
He hopcs also Ihat this may secure its great benefit to
' Ihe distrefsed suficrcis who are lat.oining under
E.Spoha, M. D, Inventorand Proprietor.
COMSTOCK & CO.,
71 Jlaidcn Lane New York.
Fnm the New York Herald.
a gentleman beloiiging to one of thc most ancian
and wealihy familics ol this city, who -rnnst be well
known lo numerou3 friends, having since Ihe year
1S1S up to rccenlly, been bent nearly double, and for
several yeais ccnfincd to his bcd, has been restored
to god health has regained his natural ercct positicn
and has quitted h catriage, and now walks with
ease ! ! We believe this is the genlleman's own im
cripticn as ncaras possible, and there is noaxaggera
tion in it. We will give jnquirers his address, and
dcubtnot hisiiumane feelings will excose the liberty;
so that any one doubtin, may know these facls
Ihonjh he rcquires his name icay not appear in print.
Among other similar instances, Mr. Jas. G. Raynolds
144 Christie St. has besn icstored and will givc
pcrsonal assurance of the facls of his case. liolh
werc iheumatism, and contracted cords and sinews.
How has this becn done
Asswer. By the Indian Vecetable Elix
rn iateinaliy, and Hewes' NEavi: axd Bone
Lisijie:.t cxlernallv N. Y. Herald Jan. 26 1841.
Sold only by COMSTOCK & CO..
"1 Maioen Lane, New York. 10:ly
CLEANL1NESS OF THE HEAD AND
tt a 1 n
strange itisthat persons who attend strictlv to
personal, cleanliness, biths, &c. should neglect the
Hel '-he Hair the most essential ihe most cxpos
itbe keptofdandruff orscurf with a certainty that
'he hair cannot fail out, by the use offcthe Balm of
c?!um.- l"adies""'loumakeyourtoilet without
A hnndred articles havo been put forth on tbe
creditortbis the only first Ihe only really valuable
articlo. A miss of teslimony frum all classes to thes
Counterfeits are abroad look a way for the name
of COMSTOCK & CO., on the splendid wrappert
and never buy it wilhout that name.
READ THE FOLLOWING.
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late MayorofPhila
uplphia, has cerlified, as may be seen bclow to the
higr :baracleroj Ihe followiug- gentlemen.
lic undersigncd do hereby ceittfv that we have
trite the Balm of ColambiadiscovcredbyJ. Oidridge
and have found it highly eervicable not only as a
pre7enlive against Ihe falling off of hair, but also a
WM. THATCHER, senior,
Melhodisl Minister in St. George charg.
No. 86 North Fifth-st,
JOHN P. INGLES. 331 Arch st.
JOHN D. THOMAS. M. D. 163 Rice rt.
JOHN S. FUREY, 101 Spruce st
HUGH McCURDY. 213 South 7th st
JOHN YaRD, jr., 123 Arch st.
For sale hy S. MOODY. Druggitt. 1 1 ' ;ly ,
ADIES' Paris Kid GLOVES,
Chine Neck Ribbons, and
Just recsived at the cdxaf cah stobe
by JOHN VALLETT.
Novembcr 15. 28
JBalsam of Liverwort,
JIOR COXSU.VPTIOjY, coughs, colds,
spittinsof Blood, Pain in the ssde, Aslhma.Pleu
risy, fhoilness of breath, Palpitation of the Heait,
Deoility, KerTonsnfos, and all diseases of the Lunsrs
and Liver. This raedicina baj been ujed in the city
of New York. with uncxacipled succe3 fur e!iUl
years, curiag thousanas who were supposed incurable.
It is no-.v u;eJ by inost of the medical faculty, and the
whole people. Certifieatc3 of most extraordinaty
cures will accompany each tottle.
Pron-rH at 275 Rmvfrv. in ihe citTof Ne.v York.
where the arlicle firsl originated, and is the OALY
CTE.YULVE. All others bearin similir names are
countcrfeiU and iopositions.
Beins prcdisposed to consumption, both from pecu-
liar ioimation and hereaiiarv irausinisaion, i iriea
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every means to check the Qisease, aou s.rengineu a
naturally weak eon.lilnt.oB. I spent two yearsat
Pisa. one at Kome, twq m florence, ana anoinerm
the south of France, scekinj. mcantime,-the advice of
Ihe best physicians. Two years since I retumed to
this country io aboot the situalion as when I left it.
I bad seen in the reading rooms of Europ, rauch in
favor of Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liveiwort, aoJJas
sooa as I arrired in this city I nsed it, and in 3 months
I was so wcll as to safely venture to pas3 the winfer
htre. I have usca an occasional Dotlle dunng the
----- , . i u,i,k si
j h bas who cel3ed, and , ,un hlTe eTerJ
, ftein of heaUh. Jamgs Hix.t.
Western Hotel, Courtund sirect, N. Y.
KE1IAKKADI.E CUHE OF C0NSUMPTIOX. I naVe
been an invalid for threc years, and have snffered ev-
erv torture from confirmed consumption. But Dr.
Taylor has wholly cured De. The large quantities of
raa'.ter I used to raise has sabsided, my cough has
ceased. and I ara fle.shy agiia, my heal'.h beiug whol-
ly reslored by using three boliles ol ins celeDraiea
Balsam fll.r.- wixdlet,
No. 139 Maiden Lane, N.Y.
Siioutxess or'BREATii For this disease Dr.
Tayior's Balsam ol Liverwort has no equal. Having
the asthn.a, a severe pam in my ien siue,aiu auuie
coufh I was induced to try the above medicine, and
creat was my joy to find it cured me in about two
weeks. It also cured my mother of a severe attack
of the.Liver complaint with which she had soffered 2
years. J . U. 5tone, 23 Hail f lace l .
ScnpnisisG ccre or coxscmptiox Mr. R.
Gladdin of Delhi New York, of a natural consumptu
idiunii cuusuujiJiu -
ous cowtitution, has been aved from an untimely
..1 in nanoral Hphililvand con?umtihon . A
LUIil K j ' . --
constant cough, hectic flush, restless nights, quick
pulse and continued loss cf flesh. augured a spe"dy
' . . . . i ii .... r.:
ricath; butassoon as he commenced the use ol tlns
BaMatn he grew nettcr ana is now miiy resioreu io
rimrt. Tavlor's Balsam of LicertcortThc cures
and bcnefits produced by the use of this medicine in
all cases of diseases of the Lungs is almost incredible.
It has been used tiy severai persons in uiis neiguuor
hood and Ihere isscarcelvan inslance but itsbenefits
have been fully realized. Persons afflicted with
coughs. colds, asthma, difEcully of brcathing, paics
in the ide or breast. spitrng blood, calarrhs. palpita
tion of Ihe heart, oppression and sorrness of Ihe chest,
nhoopicg cough, pleurisy, hectic fever, n;ght oweats,
difficullv or profuse expectorat-on and all o'her affec
lions tbe chest, lungs and livtr should not fail of pro.
curing a botIe cf this medicine. J. WmciiT.
Sandv Hill. Washington ccunly N. Y.
Tht composition of Tavlor's Balsam oj Litencort
is only known by lhe rroprutor, therefore it isdan fnd green cyes, spcaK in a languag? not to be mista
ij oy au. uj . i , j Ven, of the stateofthHrstomach and bowels, and ll.e
stroususinganybutthatfrom-i,oJSov:cryJ. 1. ' on3eauent condition cf their Hood. The bodv is thus.
t.i the Pullic We bercby certifv that our son. 6
vears cfnge, v as suddenly taken -viih a fever and ,
after a scvete sicknt-ss a violent cough cnsued. He
wasbloated. his skin was fillcd and his plnsician said
Ibcre was no favoiablc symptom about him; Ihat he
had a confirmed consumption. We procured a lottl '
ol that valuable medicine, Tajloi's Balsam of Liver- ,
woit. When he had taken one boltle we began to
have hopes of his recovery. He continued until he
nad used five bottles. Il is now a year from that lime
and his health Is bctter than ithas ever been since au
infant. David U Ha.v.vah Rccens.
Granville, Washinglon county N. Y, '
For proof of ihe above slalcment I referlo the sub- !
sciibers abore peopleofhigh respccatb.liiy.
GEO. TAYLOR. .
Look out for a Countcrfcit Article ! !
Sold Lecause of its decrplion and cheapness of qual
ity at a very small j-rice. The same is procuied by
certain dealcrs and suf&red lo pass into' lhe han-ls of
Ihe innocent purchascras the genuine Tavlor's Bal
sum ol Livenvort.
Iltlent Cough cnd Cold ' cured The4 severe
chan?e in weatl.cr r.aving givcn me a most violent
cald, also expecloration and difEcully of brealhing ; '
I was much ditressed unlil I look Dr. Tayior's Bal
sam of Liverwort. I found this medicine to suit my
case and cured me at once, which causes me to;re- ,
commend it to olheis. J J FisneR 17 Barrow st.N Y. I
Pain in the side and Breast These diseases have
caused me raurh Irouble and often prevented my at
tending to business. Every medicine I heard of I
tried butfonnd no relief. As a last resource I conclud
ed to iry Dr Tayior's Balsam of Liverwort, and as scon
as I did'l grew better and havc becn gaining ever
since; am now in good health an.l can truly recom
mcr.d this Balsam as bcing far superioi to ar.y Ihing
elsc. A. L. Grkln, 2 Pitt st. N Y.
Spitting of Elood cured For four months I bave
had a discharge of blood from Ihe Lungs almost dailv:
also a dry hard cough, some pain. great weakncss and
hoarseness. When I had tried lhe Doctors in vain
for three months I concludcd to use Dr Tavlor's Bal
sam of Liverwort, of which threc boliles have madean
enlire cure. L A II avilisd, 171 Oak st. N Y.
BEXVARE OF FRAUD S
IV ONE GENUINE
But that prep ared at the old ofjicc 373 Bowery-sl.
city of J'evj Yorlc, ichcre lhe article tcas first made
and its eharacter eslablished. .Vone other genuin'.
though there are virious iniitationsjJfered braring
the same or similar names.
DocL Sidney Moody, Middlebury; Doct. F. Hunt
ington, Vergennes; J.& O. S. Simmonds, UViiting;
J. H. Cbipman fy Co., Larabee's Point ; Gurdon
Sarles, Bridport; Lake Dunmore Glass Company,
Salisbury; Kent Wright, Shoreham ; Barnes&Ful
ler, Addison ; Huntley & Higgins, Salisbury ; Sarn
uel Everls, Cornwall; T. C bniith, .Yew jlavcn.
Ti e e d s & Tliaycr,
Ao. 127 .Maiden Lane, Jtic York city
Wiil see all orders answered for the genu'ne Tiy
lor's Balsam of Liverwort, at wholesale prices, n bere
their friends find it most convenient lolorward orders
through (heir Housr.
AND WILL, ALSO rORKISII
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Window-glass,
Dye-stuBs, Glass-ware, and all articles in tbeir
line, at as favorable prices as at any
27 3m House in Amenca.
TOIt THC CTJRE OF
COUGHS, COLDS & COXSUMPTIONS.
CEXCiyE VEOETABLE PCLMOSART DlIJAMIC STKCP
MORE thau 75.000 bottles of this very val
uable medicine have been sold, (principally
in ine oiaie 01 Aia:ne, ) since it was nrst onerea
1 to the public by theoriginali nventorand proprie
j tor, a few years since.
lt 13 undnubtedly supenor to any other article
oflered to the public ; as it sehlom fai's in giving
reiief where it is taken in due season.
Althouh the superior virtues of this medicine
are well known, and its qualites highly approved
yetile following certificates are added for the
satislactiou of any uho raay be afllicted with
those diseases for which it is designed. Severa!
others may be seen on the bill ot directions ac
conipanying each bottle.
Each eenuine bottle is inclosed in a blae
wrappcr on which is ared Iabel signed hy T, B.
MEURICK, orS. PAGE.
Price 37 i cents per botlle.
For sale by the gross, dozen, orsinsle bottle,
S. PAGE, Halloaell, Me., to whom orders
mav be directed.
For sole bv S. MOODY, Middlebury, Yt.
HilUR CAPS, a large assortment, just rcc d
Thc Counterfeiter's Death Blow.
THE poblic will please obserre that no
are genuine unlcss the box has three labels upon it,
each containing a fac simile aignatuie of eii hand
wnting, thus B. Brandreib. Theie labels are en
graved on steel, beaatifully designed, and done atan
expense of everal thousand dollars.
Rem-.mber the top, the side, and the bottom
At the prestnl time, when thc cour.terfeiters
of thcse cclebratid Pills are comphtehj
corncred, it it not surprising to jind ihat
Vietj enaeavor wgei oy ihcirslock oj spir
rious Pilh under any name. It is not the
first time tliat thc " Poor Indian" has had
ji. J. i.- r -
w juuicr tc uuui uuiu uj uunmns? mcn.
i i na remarwaie i
The remarkable cnres which have becn effected bv
drelh.3 PUU, have astonishej the whole raedicit
manyof;vbom have considercd that thev "!
blessin? ever eiven to the worH.
The reason these celebrated Pills have sucb a uni-
rersally goud efiect.is because lb:ir action barmoai
zes wilh ths human body.
" Purge out lhe old leaven, Ihat ye may become a
new Inmp," is the language of Holy Writ, a fisurc
appliedspiritually.itis true, but hoiv could it have
any Spplicalion unless cojjrrnMED nr phactioai.
XXPERIE3CE, in lhe body of matter? The fouida
tion upoa which this figure of scripture resU is as
immoveable as lhe laws which govfrn the tides, or
occa3ions the thunders oflleaven
" THE CONDIT10N."
The conditioa upon which God has given health to
man is a constant care io Keep nis siomacn ana bow-
els free lrom all merbid and unhealthy accumulations.
The means to cfiect this must be thcse remedies whicb
cleanse the bowcls and purify the blood.
! uood neauniui meaicine is aniy a species ol looa;
wnen meanimais, naose umu ve ue me means ot
ooserving, are sicc, iney wanuer mrougri me nelds,
and make seiecuons oi mose neros wnicn open Iheir
bowels and purify their fluids, which immediatelv
restore tbeir liealtn.
When a dose of Brandrelh's 5ills are taken, th'y
are digested and pass to every part of the sysfem; but
they leave the body when they have effected the in
tended purpose, and health and vigor are by theci in
sured. Vlineral medicines may enler lhe system, but thev
are with diniculty got out again r and they always oc-
, . - , - U ,1 , ,. . -. . -
Rr,n1rP,.s pnu a in ' . ...
. . .
- - - i.c bCMC iu
brealhe.our bodies are constantly wasting, and as
constantly building up. The aclion of the atmosphsra
wears or waste3 them. The food e eat, the digestive
' organs covert into blood, which renews orhuilds upby
' its circulating power. Thus the human body is heallhy
wnen ine mcoa arcuiaies ireeiy, ana wnen any thing
iree course inrougn ne vems, disease
uosuveness, ui:pepsia, revers, innammations, ar
all owmg to this, and all the troubles attend.'ng thoia
could ahvays be prcveuted by liie limely use ol Bran
dreth's Pills, as their very action atonretends to clear
the circulation of all impediment, and remove every
cause or ocrasion of impunly from Ihe blood. There
are thousands nay miilions at thii nomeat, in this
country, and all others, whom wp raar really consider
as half dead. They may be said to carry their death
in their bowels and circulation. This is no imaginarv
circumstacce. Iwishitwcre. Thousands whom we
n r-1 - . .
tneet every whcra with cadivcrous looks, yellow skinj
while in life, reduced to the conseqncnt condition of a
corpse ; ana the reasun why some bodies are so soon
in a puliid condition after death, is rr.ore from the
quanlily of irrpurc humors contaiued in ihem at the
time they expircd, than from any olher cause. AnJ
who is there that will not allow, that if Brandreth's
Pills had been employed, so as to remove these im
pure humors, that life might not have been saveJ ?
Whoever will give this subject but very little coniJ
crafon, will at once perceive ta; pcifert identily be
tnt en the putiid humors of the b-)dy brfore death and
thehumo.s which o:casion tht pccn'iar feior of adead
is at 2 1 1 Bioadway, opposile Ihe Cify Hall, NewYork.
n. e. orncc.
19 TUjVOrER STREET, 19
place in bostox for these Iruly exccllent Pills
B.BRANDRETH, M. D.
(Enteied accoidin; lo ict of Cor.gress, in lhe vpar
1841 , by Benjamin Brandieth, m the Cleiks's office of
the District couit of the Southera Distiicl of New
York.) The oxx.r persons in Addison co , Vt., furnisbed
with the Genuine BrandretiYs Pills, are at
Middlebury, Jnnaihan Hasar:
East Middlebury, NeeJham &. Dennls;
Barnrs & Fuller;
P. Flelrher &. Son ;
W. II . Hadlcy ;
Pamu. I Evens1;
B. F. Hasktll;
Sh.des & Wicfcer ;
John Ilackett. Jr.;
Uokcoe &, Nash ;
Fr-derick Smiih ;
Hunthy &. llizz ns
Kent Vri3i1t; "
T. H. Kidder ;
Silas S. Spraiiu-;
J t O. S. Siniondi :
D. M. Rii35ique.
Also, for Rheumalism,
ujniuwv.io ui jau.a iu iue siucs. nmrjs or
back; for scrofulous swcHings, scurvy sorcs
nresh wounds; and for a general Family
oastcr orsal.e. For Corns, morcover trv
it; pare close, persevcro in the usc by makiii
a now opplication occnsionally, and in time,
vour corns wil! be cured. 36:ly
ARSHALL'S SNUFF Is still curing
up the Catarrh and ths various disea-sl
es of thc head, as wcll as sorc cyes, in all parts
of the conntry, and suita:ning tho rcputation
which il has long since gained, of being abso
lu'ely the most colebraled article in inarket.
Each botlle conlnins three timcs the qnaniitv
of one of thoso which are ofJered at ,con!y 25
cetns," and is therefore a much cheaper, as
wel! as better article. 30
rjlHE subscriber is now receiving his slock
.1. of FALL GOODS, comprising a campleta
Broadcloths, Cassimere?, Beaver-cloths,
English and French merinoes, printed
Saxony's, merino and Blankct-shawls,
London and American Prints, bleached
shcetings and shiriings, and brown
sheetincs. together with a good assort
CrocIceiT' GI.iss &. Hai'dTvaie.
Also a Fresh assortment oj Teas, such as '
Gun Powder, "j
Old Hyson, 1 rp
All of which mav ba relim? .mn . v
J the first qaality and will bo sold as low as m nn v
olher store in thiacountv. R. CHAPM -N
Vergeunes Oclober 4, 1841. 2G tf
whosc Notcscr accounts, arc of lonfStandin