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yjT the Middlebury
tho following Annuals for
1842 viz :
The Tokcn ;
The Amarantli ;
Tha Itose; aad
The Gcm ;
T:he Cabinct of Modern Arl;
2'he Ge.ns of Art ; and
Thc Forget-mc-not ;
ALSO a large assortment of miscoflaneous,
chfesirul and school Book, slajionary SfC, for
sale chcap for rcadv pav, bv
M.d.i.ebury Nov. 0, 1841. 27 2m
18 4 1.
DAVEHPORT & TURI1ER
K-TGiJLD resuectfullv inform their nat-
Vf rons, and lho public cnnerally, that
lhey will conlimie to rcceivo WOCL at thc
cstabiisnraent of tlie Middlebury rianufacluring
Compar.y, to nvanufucture into Clollis. Cassi.
mprcs or Pnltinetls, whiteor cnlored Flanneis,
&c. of pcrmnnont colors and mixes, to suit lhe
tasic, on sharcs or by the yard, nt the option
of lho owncr.
P.eing furnishcd with the necessary rppara.
us, ard having in tlicir croploy competent and
ai 'iful worknien, they will continuc to improvc
tho va'ac iird stylc of thcir goods. inlcnding
t;,at iliey shall not be surpr.ssctl by thosc of
ar;y other cstablishment in lho stnto. They
will keep an assortment on hand to accommo.
da'.e tliose who may waut a part of their clcth
"Gntcf.d for the ex!cnsic patronage they
have received, they hope by strict personal at
toniion to bus.ncss and the intcrests of their
patrons to receive a liberal share of their fir
TERjIS as reasonable as at any cslablish
mcnt in ibg vicinity.
Middlebury, -June, 22.
Tpl ENESEE FLOUR, fresh Teas, with a
large assortment of Groccrieu, just rc
cfved and forsale low.
,4piASII paid for a few hundred bushcls of
sLS CORN on the Cob.
QAKER'S Water-Proof Oil Blacking,
supcrior articlo for Ilarncsses, Chaisc-
tops and L'cols and Shoes, for sale wholesalc
or relail by JOHN WOOD,
Agent for the Manufacturer.
erf II E suhEcribcrs. daving formcd acopartcn
jj buip, und."- tlie firni of Z. Beckwith & Co.
for the rransactio.-i of tho Jlcrcanlile busincss,
?jri g a torm of ycars, nould inform thcir
p"-ien 's and the Inhabitants of this villago that
t"..(y bav j .-t rerriveil from New York, at the
j.d j'ore, f n-mprly occupied by Z. Beckwith,
a -. d jinncral assortment of
whicli li.ey are delermincd to scll at as low
, rii-c's as can bu purchuscd in thc Slate.
2.1 C. DORRANCE.
A. 4 VV. S. Johnson.
REECTFULLY inform the inhabitants
4 of Middlebury and vicinity, that they are
now roceiving a choico seiectioti of
Fiour, Graitu Porh; Fisli, Nails
UasiiLs a:id Ctirrents, SnuflT and Tobacco
Pipes, Spices. all kinds, Old Java
Painls and Oil,
Wite and Rcd I.ead, Frcncli and
Chroma Yollow. Chroinc Green, Venetian
Hed, I'aris White, Whiting, Ground Vcr
digristn camstcrs, lioiled andllaw Linsecd
Oil. Copal Varnish, Spts. Tuipentine.Gum
Shelac, Gluc &c. Togettier with a large
assortment of LADIES f. GENTLE
MEN'S BOOTS $ SIIOES.
HATS AND CAPS.
All of which will bo sokl vcry low for
Cash or mcst kinds of Produce.
Middlebury OcJ. IS 11. 25.
T. I. SALT.
FjSTWRK'S Island snh, just received and for
sale at 75 ccnts pcr bashel, bv .
Z. BECKWITH & Co.
THE subseriber is now opening a full
and complete assorlmcnt of seasonablc
wincli he offcrs for sale at rcdueed priccs
flr rcadv pav only.
" IRA STEWART.
Nnv. 1,13-11. 02
' 0 IJ will find a cnphul assortment of
I .nnimn. lTrmnn. i Amprimn lrnt.
ofalmostcvcry figure and quality, Mus. De.
JL..1' is. AIpaca, l op.ins ana .uerino m inler
ni'n.'iblc varicty at
Z. BECKWITH $ CoV.
ol. 1841. 25
i OOD SPRUCE SHINGLE.
f by JOIIN WOOD.
. Provisions &,c.
BRGE is now recoiving hi& usuulsup
Fancy and Staple
Those who wtah tobuy GOODGoods lclieap.
will pleasc call and examinc them.
Scpt. 13. 1841. 0
I'lain Chinlz, &
Chciie Mus D. Lalttcs, all at very low pri
ces by A. rnANCis.
Sjpt. 23 181L
-757'INDOW BLINDS & SA?II, first
V 7 ratc articlcs for sale at thc manufac-
turera prices, by JOHN WOOD.
-m 4nL& BBLS. WESTERN FINE
JL XW'AW SALT, Coarso do. Turks Is
land, and Livirnool Bu'.ter do. for salc low
SeM.1811 by JOHN WOOD.
VrOCK of GOODS cverbrought into Mid-
a dlebury is now opening by
Sept.28, 1841. 21
QUPERFINE GENESEE FLOUR, for
K7 salc by thc subseriber.
Scpt. 20. 20 tf
TtWENTY-FIVE cases heavy cow hiile and
BOOTS, for sale very low by the case, by
June 25. 18il .
f"!n I1E Subseriber oflers for Sale his Oil Mill .
with the Valucblc Watcr pnviiege auacn
cd to it.touelher with aconvenienl Brick House
and Lot, situuted at tho lower Falls, half a milo
bclow tliis Village.Iikewise a Jarge Brick House
and Lot, near tho Congregaiional sieeti
House, in this Villngc. " IraStewart
Mi'fdrehury Aug. 7;h 1S41
THE subseriber has commenced the pur
chnse of wool for this season, and will
pay cash, and as high priccs as his employers
will authorize. ASA CIIAPMAN.
Julv 13. 1841. 10
ERINO, Kabybe, Clemektixe, Bro
cha TjiRTAn, JNI. De Laine and Silk
Ahoa large assortment of Fancy H'k'fs.
Oct. 11, 1841. 23 tf
OHN VALLETT, (at thc chcap cash
storc,) is now receiving from New York
a gencral assortment of seasonablc
Among thcm may be found a great -aricly of
English and American Prinls, of vcry
English, Frcncli and Gcrman Merinos.
Plain and TFaved Beaver Cloths and
Sliadcd Crapcs, and Bombaztncs.
Plain and Figured Mus. DeLaincs.
Ribbons and Artificials.
Sheetings, Shirtings, Battinjr and Wad-
Coiton Yarn and Wicktng, &c. &c.
.Ladies Frcnch Kid Slips and Walking
SIIOES. Togethcr with a good assort
Crockcry and Glass Warc.
Also a clioice selection o' FAMILY
GROCERIES, LAMP OIL, 4-..
0L?Piirchaser3 are rcspectfull invited
Middlebury, Oel. 7, 1841. 23;lf
XTAS just received and keeps
constantly on hand, a large
and splendid assortment ofGold
and silver Lever, Horizontal Lc
pine, Quartier and common
1 Cne asEorlment of silver TaWe. and Tea spoons ;
Gold Beads: silver Thimbles; silrer Spectacles; Gos-
gles; GOLD AMD SILVER PEMCILS; Wallets; Purses;
Gold Chains; Seals and Keys; a fine assortment of
Fingcr-rings: Tweczers; Combs; beautiful Razors,
i'en-knives and Scissor? ; Ear-rings ; Breast-pins;
Snull-boxes : Tocket Pistols large and small ; Tea
and House Bells : Spy-glasscs ; BRASS BUGLES ; Pa-
tent and common Flutes : Music-hoxes ; Violin and
Bass Viol Strings ; Fifes; Clanonetts ; Flagoletts ; t
Toning-forks ; LOOKiHG-GLASSES ; Thcrmometers ; i
toiellier with various other articlcs usuallv kent in a
Jeweller's shoo, comprisinj; a beitcr a?sorlmcnt than j
T 1 T ' , i .- T . -.i i
ever uiiutcu iu 111:3 picc i cioru , lugeintrt ntui
large assorlmcnt ot
Brass, Alarm,and VVoodcn Clocks,'
which he can and will sell as ciikap as any one.
Clocks and Watches riiTHFULLLV RE
l A1RED at Ihe shortest notice, and no pains sparcd
to pve salUraction.
Aliddlebury, Oct. 11, 1811. 23 tf
THE subseriber again reminds his
fncnds and the public that he has on
hand at lho old stand. 3 doors north
oftho iaila good and fashionable assortmRnt
of Hats, which he willscll as low, if not a little
lowtr, than can bc bought at any other cstab
Lamb's Wool will bo received in paymenl
for hats, at a liberal price.
N. B. Those whose accounts havo be
comc due. are requcsted to call and sottle the
same without delay, as these sums are very
much wantcd.to mcctthehardness ofthe times.
Middlebury, August 10, 1840. 14
Received and for snle bv
November 15. . 8-
PRH. Boys' BOOTS, a supe
rior article. for sale low al
A. & W JOHNSONS'.
THE BEST MEHT OD FOR THE
or diseash, ts to cleanse asd PDBirv the body.
WRIGHT'S IHDIAH"VEGETABLE PILLS,
Oflhe North Amcrican CotlcgcoflleaUli,
Are now acknowledged to ba tho bejtraedic'ine in the
world for the cure of
' EVERY K3RIETY OF DISEASES
bccausa they thoroughly cleanse the stomish and
bowcls of Ihese billious huraors which not only paral
yze and wcaken the diestivo organs, but are the
cause of healache, nausca and sicUness ; falpitation
ol the heait, iheumatic pain in varioas pa3 ol the
body, and many olhnr unpleasant complaint9.
THE IAMJUV VEGETJ1BLE PILLS,
are abo acertamcure rorintermittentremittent.ner
eus. inflanjmafory and putrid fevcrs ; because they
cleanse tho lody of those morbid liumora, which when
confincd to the circulation are tbecaaseofallkinlsof
So also. when motbid favcrs are deposited npon the
mcmbnns and muscle, causing those pains, mflam
aiatioDS and sivellinjs, callod
UHEUM ATISM, GtHJT &c.,
the Indian Vegetable Pilla may berclied on as alnaya
certain to g'tve relief.and if penevcred wilh, will nust
asturedly and without fAil, make a perfect cure ,of tha
above painful maladiei. Froai three to si.t of s'aid In
dian Vegetable PiUs tiken every nylit on going to bed
wi!I in a shorttimo o complelely rid the body of every
thing that is oppoied to hcatlhi that Rhcumatism, Gout
and pain of every dcscriplion will heliterally
DRIVEN FROM THE BODY.
From Mie sime reason, when from sudden changes
foatmo3phere or any other cause, the perspiration is
checked, and Ihosi; hamors which should passoffby
tha skin are. Ihrown inwardly causine
nausca and sickncsa, pain in tr.e bonss. wa(er and
inflamed eycs, sore Ihroat, hoarseness, coughs, con
sumptions, rhfumatic pain3 in various parts of the
body anu many oiner sympioros oi
Ihe Indian Vegetable Pills will invariably give imme
diate relief. From threo lo six of saU taken ev
ery nisht on going to bed, will in a sliott time, not
only remove all the abovo unpleasaut symptoms, uul
the body will be reslored to e've n soundcr heallh than
The same may be said of
ASTHMA. OR DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING
Thc Indian Vegetable Pills will locsen and carry off
bv the stoirach and bowelsthoso phleetn)' r.uraors
which stcp np the air cpIIs. of the lunes, and are the
cause not only of the abovedistresjing complaint, but
when nrclected, often terminates in a still more
areadfu'l malady called
It should also be remembeied that the Indian Veg'
elable Pills are a certain cure for
PAIN IN THE S1DE.
ODnression. nausca and sickness, loss of apcelite, cos
tiveness, a yellow tinge of the skin and eyes, and eve
ry other symptom of a torpid or discastd stateof the
iver : becausj they puri;e from the body those impu-
Iritles which if depoMted upon this important organ,
are the cause or every vanety or
iT-The nublic will please observe that the genuine med'
icine has the following wording on the sides of the
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS
Or TnE North American College orJHKALTn.
And a'so around the border of the labcl, will bo
found in small tv.ie: " Entcred according to Ihc act
oCongress in Ihe year 1840, by Wai. Wniciix, tn
the Clerk's office.ef thc Dhtrict Court of thc Eattcrn
di.tlrict of I'mnavleania"
It will further be oiscrved that the printed direc
tions for using the medicins, which accompanies eacn
bot, are also cntered accoruing 10 aci oi vyosrcssj
and the same forra will be found at the bottom of the
The sliehtest attention to the aboro fcw particulaH
will serve to protcct the purchascr from ftaud, and
save the lives of those who may otherwise be endan
gercd by using a countereit medicine.
The publir. will a'so remember that all wbo sell the
genuine Indian Vegetable Pills are provided with a
certifira'e of Agency, signed by
WILLIAM WKIGHT, Viec Prcsidcnt
of the j'orth Amcrican College of Health,
and that peJlars aro nevcr in any case allowed to stl
tho genuine Medicine. All tra?elling aeents will be
provided withacertificate of agency as above derib
ed : and those who cannot show one will be known as
63-AU lettcrs relativc to thc Pills mustbe addrcss- i
ea mus :
N. E. OFFICE N. A. COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
19S Trrmnnt streel. Eoston. Mass."
CCJ-AGENTS have been appoinlcd for the salc of
the 1'ills in every town in JMew h.ngiana.
A jg" c n t s .
Middlebury, Gcerge II Fisli ; Bennington,
Jonatlian Uaugbton ; Williamsville. Charles V
Joy ; Bennington, J C Hasweil ; Rutland, Wil
liai Fay ; Woodstock, Haskcll & Palmcr.; Do
ver, Hiram Bablwin ; Brattlebcuo' Birge &
BracVett; WatPriord, H Cutiing&Co; New
bury. PreniissKnight; Bethel, Samuel Austinjr;
SprinsCeld, George Washburn; l'roctersville,
Proctnr & Itobinson; Londonderry. Smith &
Glazier; Brulgewratcr. Thomas Soutbgate; Ches
ter. Phineas O Sargfant; Windbor. S V Hub
bard ; Burli gton, A Brinsmaiil ; East Poultney,
Hickok & Mears; Cornwall, Samuel Evorlsf;
Wilmington, A B Childs; Stowe, Albert Comps:
Pou Mills, Jcremiah W iltmi ; St Johnsbury, Lu
therJewctt; Weston, John Wilder; Waterbury
rersons Lyon-; Montpelier, Wilaam L.tarK ;
r riln.r- ikr nnk.,.r. itooritn.. Wnnd-it-.
xt..:ii . i t n c-....:. j. p.. f K'nr;
n . I i t ti" l l i, u . r-i,o,l
Belhe . Lorenzo Hitchcock : Kochesier, C-liarles
eon & son -Guilford, Philip Marlin ; Halifax
C Stonecc Co ; Westminster, Aaron Hitch-
diimgi.ciu. nue, " " ,
cnck: Northfield. Mur.lock & Alexnnder: Weath
rsfiejd, Barlev Bartlctt: Hart land, Cotton 8t
Bi amble : Fairax, Hami ton Lovewood. 28 ly.
SJ HEETINGS, shirtincs, hed-tickinffs and
Canlon flanncl can he purchnscd very low
of Z. BECKWITH & Co-
Goughs, colds, consiimptinn, u-hooping'
fough, dsthma, catarrh, agncs
"BFFECTUALLY prevented and cured by
"-.the timcly application of the genuine
whale-bone-set and c'ons'.antlv-on-hand Um.
BRELLAS, and mud-antagonist OVER-
SHOES, tound ot the slore of the Peoplu's
Agents Z. BECKWITH & Co.
None warranted genuine if obtained else
wherc. November 1, 1841.
TEA & DINING SETTS.', together
with a larce stock of Crocserv.
Glass wjuie nnd Looeing GttssEi, just rcc d
at reduced priccs, by A. rRANUIc.
Oct. 11, 1841. 23tf
B,A B. Cast, Shcar and Spnng Sseel
-for sale bv IRA STEWART.
Middlebury, Aug. 8, 1841.
37'ALL and WINTER Lamp Oil, of the
H. best quality, forcaleby
T. C. SMITH.
A fresh supply of Tea, Sugar, Coffec,
Tepper, Sptcc, Nutmcgs, fcc. &c, Good
suar will be sold 12 lbs. for 1, and all
will be sold as low, if not lower, than; at
any slore in the villagc, at
T. C. SMITH'S.
rjlHE subseriber keeps forsale
COTTON BATTS by tbe bale.
at-,.., i. o IRA STEWART.
MiddlebuScpt. 11, 1S41. iQtf
BOOTS and SHOES, a Iargo MPpIy
for sale at retail by JOHN WOOD
. Juno 25. 1841.
CDT and WROUGHT NAILS and win
dow Glass for sale low, by
Juno 25, 1841. '
AND ALL S1GKNESS AND DISEASE
The greatcst Sccret discovered l
parze purge purge has been the cry for tha
last few years. This has been effictnally tried, and
yet sufferers have multiplied and died ; and why .'
Not becaase purging waa not necessary, but too
much had bcen done without the tonic to follow,
and sustain the systcm. Purge, yon mnst ! The
sickly humors of the blocd must be carried ofl or
ihe accumulation of them prevented. Prevent then
ihe growth of such humors.
Why do the Chinese live to sueh immense agc3
and still retain the powers of youlh or roiddle age
Because they purify the blood. The Chisese
Slood Pills so called because they work upon and
cleanse the Blood are the standard remedy. Tbese
pills willdo it ; and tha Temperance Bittrrs, taken
as directed, willstrengthen the system and prvent
the accumulation of bise humors which infest the
blood, and which only increases by purges, unless
thebitttrsare taken afler. Iluy, then, thcse pills
and bitters. Take weckly the pills, and daily the
bitters, and ifyou are or luve been invalids for days
weeks, raonths, or years, you wiP find the fcickly
hutnor drawn off, and prevented from a return, and
the'sallow ycllow huc of sickness change rapidly lo
thel blooming glow of health and youthful buoy
ancy. There are cases sonumerous of thcse brilliant ef
fects, that tinie and space forbid an attempt to put
them down. Buy and use these mcdicines, and use
no other, and health and strength shall be yours. See
wrappcr and directions that come with them.
Will be attempted. Buy no remedy of the kind un
less it have my namc O. C. Lifr, M. D. on the
wiapper, and also the notice as follows :
Eutercd according to Act of Congress, A. D.
1841, by Thos. Connel, in the Clerk's officeoftbe
District Court of the Uni'ed States for the Southern
Districtof New York."
Warranted the only genuine.
Messrj. Comstock & Co., New York, are the
sole wholesale agent for the United States and the
6 5 10:ly
rf-K NE HUNDRED DOLLARS
WARD has beea olTered Ibr month3, toar.y
one who will use a bottle of Hays Liniment for the
Piles withoul betng curcJ. Of thousands sold, in
no instance has it failcd of a cure. Proof over-
vhelming to be had whcre it is sold
tain cure in nearlv every case.
It is aUo a cer
(cxternally) in the following cnmplaints.
For the Piles.
For all Dropsj ,
Sore thioat by canceis or
Tightnes? of the chest
Foul Ulcers of the legs,
or other lungus sorns,
however obslinate or
Chilblains &c. &.
Some Swinjlers have connterfeited this article and
put it np with various ucvices. Uo not be impofed
uaon. One thing or.Iy wiU protect you it is the
nameot COMSTOCK & CO, ; thal name mustbe
always on the wrapper, or you are cheated. Do not
fi.rire't it. Take this direction with you, and tcst by
that. or ncverbuy it; for it isjrnpossible for any other
to be true or genuine.
Sold by COMSTOCK & CO..
71 Maiden Lane. 10: Ij
.CERTAIN OURE FOR S1CK HEADACHE
which has been used in familiej, every member of
which has had sick neauacne lrom-inlancy, as a con
s tituiional family complaint, and has cured eiTectually
in every instance yet Known, amounling to many
hundreds. It isnot unpleasant to tho taste, and docs
not prevent the daily avocations of one usine it
must he perscveied in, and the cure is gradual, but
rertain aud permanent. Instjnces are constantly
multinlvini wherc this distressin; complaint is com
multiplying wherc this distressing complaint
pletely relieved and cured, although of years stanJine
bv the use of Dr. Spobn's celebiated remedy. One
decided preference is ils pleisantness, having none o
the nauseatinz eflect of common drun.
It n so perfectly satisfactory tlat the proprietor has
givcn direction for his agents to refund the price to
any oue who is not pleased with, and cured by it.
He hopes also that this may secure its great benefit to
the distressed sutlercrs wno are labouring under
E.Spohn, M. D, Inventorand Proptietot.
COMSTOCK & CO.,
71 Maidon Lane New York.
Frcm Ihe New York Herald.
A eentleman beloiizine to one ofthe mosf aneian
and wealthy families ot this city, who must be well
known to numerous friends, having since the year
1SIS up to rccently, been bent nearly donble, and for
scveral veais connned to his bed, has been reslored
to gond health has regained his natural erect position
and has quitted his cairiage, and now walks with
ease ! ! We believe this is the gentleman'j own des-
cnption as near as possible, and there is noazszeera
'tioninit. Yve vrill eive inquirers his address. and
so thal any one douDtin, may Know these lacls
lt u t. 1.:. : :.
Among other similar instances, Hlr. Jas. G. Raynolds
144 unrislie at. nas oeen resiorcd and will eive
personal assurance of the facts of his case. Both
were iheumatism, and contracted cords and sinews
How has tbis been done !
Awsweb. By the Indian Vscetable Elix-
er internally, and Hewes' Nebvk and Bose
Likiment externally N. Y. Herald Jan. 26 1841.
Sold only by COMSTOCK & CO..
71 Maiaen Lane, New York. 10:ly
CLEANL1NESS OF THE HEAD AND
Strange it is that persons who attend gtrictly fo
personal, cleanliness. balbs, &c. should neglect the
Head '.he Hair the most essential ihe most enpos
cd and the most beautiful, though properly cared
Ibr, of all tlio gifts ofthe Creator. Perfectly freemay
itbe keptof dandruff orscnrf with rprfnintv that
Ihe hair cannot fall out, by the use ofthe Balm of
buiuiuoia. i.aaies wiu you rnake yonr toilet without
this article ? I answcr fearlessly, No, ifyou have once
tried and experienced its purifying cffects it, sweet
A bnndred articlcs have been put forth on the
credit of this the only first the only really valuable
article. A raass of testimony frum all classes to thes
Counterfeits are abroad Icok a way for the name
of COMSTOCK & CO., on tbe splendid wrappen
and neTer bny it without that name.
READ THE FOLLOWING.
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late Mayorof Pbila
iielphia, has certiGed, as may be seen. below to the
high ?baracteroj thefolIowiD genllemcn.
1 le nndersigncd do hereby ceittfv that we have
triid Ihe Balm of Columbia discovered by J. Oldridge
ni have found it highly serviciable not only as a
pre7entive against the falling off of hair, but also a
WM. THATCHER, senior,
Metbodisl Minister in St. George charge,
No. 8C North Fifth-at,
JOHN P. INGLES, 331 Arch st.
. JOHN D. THOMAS. M. D. 163 Race st.
JOHN S. FUREY, 101 Spruce rt;
- HUGH McCURDY. 2 13 South 7th it
JOHN YaRD,- jr., 123 Arch st.
For sale hy S. MOODY, Druggist. li ;ly
" ADlES'Paris Kid GLOVE3,
JLi Chine NecU Ribbons. nncl
Just received at tho chcap cAin stobb
by JOHN VALLETT.
November 15. 28
Balsam of Livencort,
EOR COJVSDMPTIOJT, COUGHS, COLDS,
- spitfingof Blood, Pain in the side, Asthma, Plen
risy, shoitness of brcalh, Palpitation of the Heait,
Debi'ity, Nervousne-js, and all diseases of the Lnngs
and Liver. This medicine has been used in the city
of New York, with unexampled success for eighl
years, curing thousands who were supposed incurable.
It is now used, by most of the medical faculty, and the
nbole people. Certificates of most eztraordinary
cures will accompany each bottle.
Prenirtd at,375 Bowery, in the cityof New York.
where the arlicle Grst originated, and ia the OJYZY
GEJVUIJVE. All others Beatlng simuir names are
coucterfeits and imposiuons.
Beinz predisposed to consamption, both from pecu
Iiar formation and heredilary transmission, I tried
ovprv mMni to chpek the disease. and slrcntrthen a
naturilly weak constitution. I spent two years at
Pisa, one at Kome, two in r iorence, ana anotner m
the south of France, seeking. meanlime, the advice ot
the best physicians. Two years since I retumed to
this countiy in about the situalion as when I left iL
I had seen in the reading rooms of Europ, much in
favor of Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort. and'as
soon as I arrjved in ibis city I nsed it, and in 3 months
I was so well as to safely venture to pass the winter
htre. I have used an occasional bottle during the
time", and am now inas good health as possible. My
cough has wholly ceased, and my Iunss have every
feeling of health. James Hili..
Western Hotel, CourtUnd slreet, N. Y.
RrMARKABi.E com or consumption I have
been an invalid for three years, and have suffered ev- ,
erv torture from connrmed consumption. But l)r.
Taylor has wholly cured me. The large quantities of elsfree Irom all merbid and unhealthy accumulations.
maiter I used to raise has subsided, my cough has The means to cffjct this mu3t be those remedies which
ceased, and I am fleshy again, my heal'.h being whol- cieanse the bowels and purify the blood.
ly reslored by using three bollles of his celebraled , Good healthful medicine is only" a species of food;
Balsam M. E. Windley, when the animaU, whose habilswe have the means of
No. 139 Maiden Lane, N.Y. i ooserving, are sick, they wander through the fields,
SiioivtneSS or'BnEATH For this disease Dr. and make selections of those herbs which open iheir
Tayior's Balsam ot Liverwort has no egual. Having bowcls and purify their fluids, which immediatcly
the asthn.a, a severe pain in my left side, and some ; restore tbeir health.
cough I was induced to try the above medicine, and When a dose of Brandreth's 0iIIs are taken, thy
great was my joy to find it cured me in about two are digested and jnss to every part of the system; but
weeks. It also cured my mother of a severe atlac they leave the body when they have effL-cted the in
of the Liver complaint with which she had suffered 2 , tended purposc, and health and vigor are by them in
years;" J . C. Stone, 23 Hall Place N. Y. sured.
SoRPRtsiito cure or consumption. Mr. R. Wineral medicines roay enter the system, but they
Gladdin of Delhi New York. of a natural consumptu-, are with difficully gol out ag,in ; and they always oc
ous cowtitution, has been saved from an untimely c? P3m ?,nd Te.K nl. ejr remaIn ia body.
end by the use of Dr. Taylor-s Balsam of Liverwort. I Wherea? Bnndrcth s Piljs are as innocent as a p'ece
A severe cold broueht ou an atlack ot Pleurisy and ; -lreai1' an;1 afe evacuated wilh the disease for which
thus ended in general debility and consumption. A i "e taken. ...
constant cough, hectic tlush, restless nights, quick , rm the ne we are born to the time we cease to
pulse and continued loss of flesh, augured a speedy ' breathe, our l.odies are constantly wastins, and as
dcath; but as soon as he commenced the use oflhis constantly buiUing up. The action ofthe atmosphero
lia snra he grew neller ana is now muy resioreu io
r r. . ti
Dtct. ToylorU SaUamcf L,vcnCort-The cures
and bcnefits produced by the use of this medicine in
all cases of diseases of the Lungs is almost incredible.
II has been used by several persons in this neighbor-
hood and there is scareely an instance but its benefits
have been fully realized. Persons aflhcted with
covghs, colds, ailhma, difficulty of brcalhing, pains
in the aide or breast. spittmg blood, calarrbs. palpita-
tion of the heart.oppression and sorenessor Ihe chest,
whooping cough, pleurisy, hectic fever, night swcats,
difficully or profuse expectorafon and all o'her afiec
(ions the chest, lungs and hvtr should not fail or pro
curing a bottle of this medicine. J. V riciit.
Sandy Hill, Washington counly N. Y.
The eomposilion of Taylor1 Balsam oj Liverwort
i, onlv known lV thc Proprietor, therefore it Udan
gtrous uiinganybut that from 37a Bowery J . Y.
Tit th, Public We herebv certify that our son.G
years cf age, was suddenly taken -vith a fever and
after a severe sickness a violent cough cnsued. He
wasbloatcd, his skin was filled and his phjsician said
Ihere was no favorable symptom about him; Ihat he
had a confirmed consumption. We procured a lioltl
orthat valuable medicine, Tayloi's Balsam of Liver
wort. When he had taken one bottle we began to
have hopes of his recovery. He continued until he
nad used five bottles. It is now a year from that time
and his healtb Is better than it has ever been since at:
infant. David tt Hannaii Rocer.s.
Granville, Washington county N. Y.
For proof ofthe above slatemcnt I referto the sub
scribers above people of high respecatb'.liiy.
Look out fbr a Counterfeit Article ! j
Sold because of its dcceplion and eheapncsaoT qual
ity at a very small price. Tbe same is procuied by '
cerlain dealers and suffered lo pass into Ihe hands ot
Ihe innocent purchaseras the genuine Tjylor's Bal
sum of Liverwort.
Violcnt Cough and Cold ' cured The, severe
chanjjc in wealhcr having given me a most violent
cald.also expectoration and difficulty of breathing ;
I was much distres3ed unlil I look Dr. Taylor's -Balsam
of Liverwort. I found this medicine fo suit my
case and cured me al once, which causes me tojre
commend it to otheis. J J FjsiieRl7Banowst.N Y. !
Pain in the sxde and Breast These diseases have
caused me much (roublc and often prevciiled my at- j
tcnding to business. .very medicine J hcard on
tried but found no relief. As a last rcsource I conclud-!
ed to try Dr Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort, and as soon ,
as I did I grew better and have bcen gaining ever .
since; am now in good healtb and can truly recoms
tncnd this Balsam as bcing far superioi to any Ihing
else. A. L. GrRen, 2 Pitt st. N Y. .
Spilling of Blood cured For four months I have
had a discharge of blood from the Luncs almost daily;
also adry hard cough, some pain, great weakness and
hoarseness. When I had tried tho Doctors in vain
for three mdntb3 I concluded to use Dr Taylor's Bal-'
sam of Liverwort, of which threo bolllea have madean
enlire cure. L A Haviland, 171 Oak st. N Y. i
BEWaRE OF FRAUDSH
But that pr ep ared at the old o ffice 375 Bowery -st.
city of JVew York, where thc article tcas first made
and ils eharacter established. JVone other genuinr.
though there are virious imilalionsjyffcTed bearing
the same or similar names.
Doct. Sidney Moody, jlio'treiury; Doct- F.Hunt-
J. H. Chipman le Co., Larabce' Point; Gurdon
Sarles, Bridport; Lake Dunmore Glass Company,
Salisbury; Kent Wrieht, Shoreham; Barncs & Ful
ler, Addison ; Huntley & Higgins, Salisbury ; Sam
uel Everts, Cornwall; T. C. Smith, JVew Haaen.
Lccds & Tliay cv ,
Ko'2T Maiden Lane. JV ew York eitv
'.Viil see all orders answered for the genune Tiy -
lor's Balsam ofLiverworl, at wholesale prices, where
their friends find it most convenieat to forward orders
through their House. Fvnylstt
Prugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Window-glass,
Dye.stufls, Glass-warc, and all articles in their I
line, at as favorable prices as at any
House in Amenra.
A Message for the Afflicted.
ii'uiv cougns, consumpnon. asmma, spittiog 01
blood, croup, whoopine-coueb. bronchites. diffi-
1 . .. ....
cuuy 01 ureaujiug. anu zu uiseases 01 me puimonary
organs, nothing is found better Ihan
Dr. Jayne's Indian Expectorant.
pepsia, aua lor au purposes tor which a family cathat
tic b necessary, purchasa
Jayne's Sanattye Pills.
Javne's Hair Tonic.
for lhe preservlion, grcwth and beauty ofthe Hair, and
which will poHlively bring in new hair on bald heads.
Jayne's Tonic Vermifuee,
a certain and pleasant remedy for Worms.
Also, Jayne's Carmination Balsam.
A certain cure lor bowel and summer comnlaints.
dUrrbcea, dysentary, cbolie, cramps, sick and nervout
headacbe, sour stomacb, cholera morbus and all de-
rangemnts oflne stomacb. ar.d bowels.
JXR. JJlYJVE received bi education atone ofthe
best Medical Collegct in the United States, and is a
regnlarjiraclitioner in the city ot PhiladelpMa. From
esperience and diversified practice lor more than 20
years, tbe above are now tendered tothe publiejwith
an auurance that his medicines have taved hundreds
from an untimely grave.
HE public will please observe tbal no
are genuine unless the bo.x has three labels upon it,
eaca coniaining a iac simne sigaamre oi m nand-
n n . t rtn .
niiuog, mus a. unnareiu. iuese iaoei3 are en
graved on steel, beautifully designed, and done at an
expense of eeveral tbcusand dollars.
Rertf.mber the top, tbe side, and the bottom.
At the present time, when the counterfcilers
of these celebratid Pills are comphlehj
cornercd, it is not surprising to find ihat
they endeavor togct off their stockof spir
nous Pills under anyname. It is not the
first time that the "Poor Indian" has had
tofather the abortionsof cunninr mr,
The remarkable cures which havo bcen eSected bv
Brandrelh's Pills, have astonished the whote raedicil
lacimy, uiaur u n uuiu uavo cuusiaerea in iho; aro
the ereatest blessing ever siven to the world.
The reason these qelebrated Pills have sucb a uni
versally good efTecl, is becausa their action harmoni
zes wilh the human body.
' Purge out the old leaven, that ye may becorna a
new lump, is ine lanzuage oi noiy ivrit. a fizure
applied spirituatly, It is true, but how could it have
any appiicanon uniess co.-MFinaiED bv psactjicai.
expebience, in the body of matter.' The fouida-
tion upon xvhich this figure of scriplure rests is as
immoveable as Ihe laws which govern the tides or
occasions the thundera of Heaven
"THE CO NDITIO N . "
The condition upon which God has given health to
min is a constant care to keen his sfjwnarh snri
, ....-...-.... . u,6.i,tr
, organs covcrt mto blo.l, which renews or hnilds upby
' Its circulalingpower. Thus thehuman body isheallhv
when lhe blctl circulates freely, and when any thJ
prcvcnts ils rree cour!e throlIgh he veins, diseasl
CostiveaVss, Dispepsia, Fevcrs, Inflammations, are
a ,Q b ,,,,, 'lhe ,rou'Mf3 afend; "
couM always be prevented by the timely use ol Bran-
dreIn.; Pl3( as ,heir Tcry ac,lorj a, onre'ft.niIj to cle:ir
ie circulaI10n of a impediment, and removo everv
caU3e or occas;nn 0f impunty from the blood. Thare
afe thousands nay millionsat this moment, in thU
COHntry) anJ aI others, whom Wf may really coniider
aJ i,aifdead. They may bu said to carry their death
in their boweu and circulation. This is no imaginary
I circumstance. I wish it were. Thousands whom we
mcct every whcre with cadiverous looks, yellow skinj
f nd green rycs , k in , hnguag, not to be misla-
cori3equ:,ntconji,ionoflhei-r,,,001. The hody is thus
corpse ; and tne reasun why some bodies are so soon
in a pulrid condition aftcr dcath, is rr.ore from the
quantily of iirpure humors containej in them at Ihe
time they expired, than from any other cause. And
who is there that will not allow, that if BranJreth's
Pills had bcen emptoycd. so as to remove theso im
pure humors, that life might not have been saveli
Whoever will givc tl.is subject but vrry little consM
cration, will at once perceive lhe perfect identiry bc
twcen lhe putrid humors ofthe My tivfore dcath, ?nd
Ihehumo.a which o :casion tbe pecuUarftetorof adeai
- Db. BRANnRETH'S
' al 211 Broadway.opposifethe Ciy Hall, New Yorlc,
rr. b. orricE.
placc in boston for these Iruly exccllent PUU.
B. BRANDRETH, M. D.
(Enteied accoidmg to icl of Cor.grass, in the year
1841, by Benjimm Brandielh, mthe Cleiks's offire of
the D.strict court of the Soutliern Distiictof New
York.) Tho o.'r.v persons in Addison ro., Vt., furnislied
with the Genuine BrcndrctiVs ruit, are at
Middltburv. Jonalhan Hnsar;
Fast Middlebury, Needham &.Deni :
Birnrs & Fuller;
P. 1'IfH bei & Son ;
W. H. Hadlcy ;
Sh.,Ies & Wicker ;
John Hackett. Jr.;
Roscoe & Nash ;
Hnnthy & Higgins ;
T. H. Kidder ;
Silas S. Sprayue ;
J &.O.S. Sinioiid-i ;
D. M. Russi'que. 16 ly
rivnuea as n
8 I r e n ; I h a n 1 11 1;
Also, for Rheumatism,
Ijamcnoss or pain3 in tne siars. iimb.i or
back; for scrofulous swellings, scurvy sores-
nresh wounds; and for a cencral Family
oastor orsal.e. For Corns, moreover trv
it; pnro elosc, pcrscvcre i"n lhe use by making
a new application occasionallv, and in time,
vour corns will bn cured. 36;ly
MARSHALL'S SNUFF is still curing
up lhe Catarrh ar.d the various diseas
es of the head, as well as sore eyes, in all parts
of thc conntry, and sustaming the roputation
which it has long since gained, of heing aoao-
o . . t. ... ,
, lu'dy tho most cclebrated artice in marKCi.
Each bottlo contnms three limcs tne quaniuy
0f one of tliose which are oflercd at "only 25
cotn8,,. and is th.crc.orc a much cheaper, as
wel! as better article. 00
MIE subseriber ts now receivine his slock
- of FALL GOODS, comprisinga camplele
nrrnrimnni I ) I
English and French mcrinoes, printed
Saxony's, merino and Blanket-shawls,
London and American Prints, bteached
sheetings and shirlings, and brown
sheelings. together with a good assort
Croclcery. Glass & Hard-ivnrc
Also a Fresh assortment of Teas, such as
Gun Powdcr, "J
Old Hyson, I Tifo
Young Ilyscn, " LUb'
AII of which may be relied upon as besng o
the first quality and will besold aslowasainnv
rther store in (his county. R. Criarairt"'
Vergcunes October 4, 1841.
ALL persons Indebted to the Subseriber
nl, vr- ..minis.iiro ot long oianuingi
are requested to mako payraents withoul ilelay.
The Counterfeiter's Deatii Blov
tyJ-Constantly on hand and for sale by 5. MOODY.
MiaaieDorj uec iu, 1041. 34 em
iNov 9 mu