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A last loken of rcspcct to dcpart
y M E Mtjjscriber has m-n!u a conlracl with
L Mr. Willson of ihc firin ufWay, Wil-
...ni. & Cnllin, wboownlhf! aell known
i.i:irry of marble in Eist I)orse'.,-Vt.. by
uhich lie is enabled to furnuh
i-. ii ...i,.. mnir wnni ihem in th'S reeion.
These Rtont are wiperior io any know in the
United Siates, and are fast o'.taining a prefer-
incein Bnstop, rew xrK, anu i nuauei
iiliia, to which cities lirge quanlities have
ljctn sem. They are pure white marhle,snd
j.o iransluccnt that an inscription may be read
Jn ihf ni-rht bvnlar.in acadle cn the siic
of the sione oppos'ne to it. They are also re
maikahle for durability. Theilabi may be
rn,r cninHi- tiic rrnuired. and Iree from
fhws" and flasbrs. I havcconrractcd with Mr.
rTlmnn.i. n lToVeiiain L D. Gie-
Jnd Jobn S.raond, m Sho el latn. L . U. U te
...r :-;....,. i Hnt, Sillk II-JfnliOD. .
Ira All ii. aud Asa Chapman Middlebury.
Tne subscriber will likcwis-c rurnisb stono
frnm any onarrv in lliis neighborbood. Ilis
h nl. !
. , nnixo'in uinrilinn
fninnn- iiui. i iu uiibuijiiii.'. i
Slimehom, Oct. 16, 1813.
Stovcs, IIoIIow warn, Tin
1HE subscriber mw ofTrrs for sale at
lu pe and splendid an assorlmcnt of
Ai can be found in tbt county.
Among wbicli nre the YaukecNotion.Yan
kee Nntioii Jmproved.Uc-iiiiproverl, aml the
WcwNotinn, or Spauhling's improreiucnt.
Also, Kotnry Stoves, from 8 to 15 dollars
I'reniiuin Stoves, very low- Arcb, Pnrlor,
nml DathiR Stovp.s Air-li"ht 5toves. :i new
nod Se.ant paticrn Hox Stoves, nll sizcs, j
Jrom 4 to 14 ilollnrs Uum btove3, ili east
4ojsbik! ImiIIoiiis ElcvatcdOi-cna to fit any
stovc. Also, n large nsortincnt of I'Iowm,
CatildroiiF, Sap-boilcrs, &c. &c. .Sheet
Zinc, Sioifc-pipc, IIoIIow wnre, Japaneil
wirc. a fargc, assortmciit of Tin wnre, 20
jiercont lowerthan evcr before ofTcrcil for
mln in this placr. Tin aml Coppcr warc,
Eave Trtiiigli &c. mado to onlcr nt shori
noticu. His vare is sinoo'tli aml hcavy, and
jiU east from the oro, aml is couscrucntly
inurli stilteranit mnrc iluraiilc lliai
mnrc iiiiranio iiian wnro
ui. I'hose who wish topur-
b above naineil nrtielcs will '
idvantage to call befuro pur- j
cat from olil iroi
haie any of the
finil it to tbcir ai:
;liain? cUuuficre. Cattlc, shcep, tnbst
Jindsol prmlucc, aml old iron, reccivcrt m '
ayincni lor stovcs anit warc. All stoves
purchasril nf tbe subscriber, are warranteil
not to crark hy- fire with fair usage in six
U3T'riio.-e who liavecash lo pay, will not
rfail of "Ctting a gooil batgain by calling on
ho sub-erilier lirst, as ho is iletenninctl not
tn be HiidcrsoM by .ixr ose. Call and ccc!
K. D. FARR.
Middlebury, OcL II, ISI3.
LEY have just re-
I crived from New York, ihe
bnl nssnrlmpnt of
ver ofTi-rrd for sale in this Cuunly, ut grcat
ly reduced prices for cash.
Mr. Gwdlev uhoso ilioiouh ncquaint
nncc wi:h ihc Dru and Mcdicine business
is wcll know n, will have ciiac of ihe con.
ccrn. Phvsicians nre inviicil to call and
rxaminc Mcdirines nnd priccs btfore send.
jn lo mnrket for their supplies.
Middlebury, July 1 1, 1S43, 10
"TlT,T1T7' THBmbscrilicrsbaving form-
ll vv J LKJllji cd a )ar!ncrMiip undcr the i
firmof RUSSEL & GRIULEY
-ouU infurm llic publ c Uiat they will continue the
Drugg, Jlr.nicisE.anJ (iRocKRt Bosihess at
the store fonnerly occupied by W. P. RukscI, first door
oaUi of ihe INift Oflice.
W. P. RUSSEL.
MUJVbary Jane 20ih. 1R43. II. C. GUIDLEY
IN SHOREHAM, haifmile soulh
of the lovr7 inils, 62 aercslof good
land a good hntiyi paintcd out and
in side, a rood hain and wooil shed.
wilh plenty of water all conrrnient for a small
armcr. or mecuanie, n any pcrson -.vanls a good
cheap plcce, plcasj to come and buy of me pos
eessiou given thii fall with ihe st. c'; aud ciops,
il it pliase the purchascr. &c
Shoreham, Juiy 5, 1S43- 10:Cm
Muslins, Lawns, Prints, &c.
I.Air nnd r igM JluIins nml Lawns.
French nnd EnglMi Prints.
Mouming and Col'il l'arisinn at
iiay 17, 1S43.
Salt ! ! Salt ! !
tnn() BUSHELS Solac Salt of the
first q-ialiiy lor sale at
ptr hushel, Cash, by the subsciihei.
ergennes Ci!y Mieir,
Auru.t, 12, 1813.
Loaf, Lufiip, awJ Brow'a Sugars, chodper
Jl.n the ehwpeif, at T. C. SMITH'S.
fc.-.i t u-..r,.r.i n nnrctii a cbniiii uiiisi. ) iwo Dims anu UISl IH
ifinUh'aod lelte'r ihero' acc.rding to direc- j upon it two sojjar orchard. and a
HE subscrioer would res-
pectfully inlorm the people
of Middlebury and vicinity ,that
he bas commenced Blacksniili
ing at ibc sliop rccently occu
picd by Daniel Judd, near the
Slone Factory. He wtll do all kinds ol bs
in his linein a faiibful Jnd workmanhkc man
ncr, and epeci "lly will
SHOE CATTLE & HORSES
in the most apjiroved niodetn Englsh sl'jU
JCJ His prices will be moJerate and rea
sonable. and by conunt attention to hs bu
sincss be bopes to be lavored with a fair pn-
pnrtiun or the publ:c iiairnna;e.
1 WILLIAM ELLIS.
Middlebury .May 12, 1313. l;tf
A TAVERN STAND
FARM FOR SALE.
.. . . r .ll ,t i
SAID slaml a.luated m Cornwall, ncar the
oilno- hniiirour miles from Middlebury, on
the road lcading to Troy. Said stand ic furnieh
edwitha conreniont houae, nheds and out-buil-dingiand
a, plenty of good waler. Also about
ten aeresof land, five of which is woodlandper
laining to the sanie. The above stand is one of
the best loeations for a country stand in the
connty. Alsoa farm containing 108 aeresof
r.ni rali- land uDon which U n il well inc-houae.
lenccs saia iarm nas
good supply cf
any fann in ,
1 1 I U - T 1 A h. .Bsmn
. . .. .t. -..-i. i
Wl,'lln m"e ?' ,. .f'50 '"r,, a
g d firl? ,nll 0ier yaluab e nroperly. All ol
er,and immediate possonsiongiven.
jr" Eorfurthcr particulars enquire of
T. Pcrkill, T. Eells,
n.fi. Tiliien. M. O. Portcr.
Cornwal . March 22, IS43. 46 tf
Picheled and Drii-d Fisl:, for Sale by
Stpt 25 Ira STEWAiT
W. & J. Whittakcr,
RESPECTFULLY inform the inbabi
tanU or thi vicinity, ihat thcy have
located themsrlves in the buildingcalled the
old Markham place, direclly vest of Asa
Francis' storc, and opio.ite the wonlrn fac
lory, wheie tbey have on band a gnodassort
ivliich they will disnose nf as cbeap if no
cheffpcr, ifian can be bougbt at any oiher
Cabinei bhop in the town ol Middlebury.
Their Furniture ig manufacturrd of good
stock, and in a workmanlike ruanner. They
would also say lo tbo&e who wisb to have
work ruade lo their own particular likir.;,tbat
thcy shall be pleased to Imve thcin call, and
so far as poo i mntcrials, failh'ul vrurk, nnd
fair prices nre concerncil, they can warrant
Middlebury, June 12, 1843.
N. B. The above work will be cxchanjrd
for Luniber, suchns Pine, Cherry. Birch.Ma
ple, Buiteruut, eud Basawood BoarJs and
I'lanks, &c. &c.
fHHE subscriber tnl,es this mcihod tn in-
form ihe P'Jhlic, that hc has purchased
he slock of
and taken the the stand hereloforc occupicd
anj ,ajen tne the StJ
,y R. Chapman. in 1
feig fnr sale, one of
Itcled w-sorlment of
Vergennes, and now ol-
the largesl and best se
coods evcr olfered foi
sae m t,is c;(y
Con3istii'g in.part of the
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Crockery and Hardware;
all cf which will be sold as low as goods can
be purcbased at any otbcr estnblisliment in
this part of the State for CAS, most kinds
o countrv produce, nr a sho.t credit.
Vergennes, Mircii 8, 1843. 1
For Sale as above.
i nnn Bush. c. w.sait,
100 llb Fine w. do.
50 Bags Liverpool Ground do.
ALSO. Grnund Plisler. and a new sup-
P'r will be receivcd bv hrst Boats this spring
r.. , , - , I ..M ' II.-
iicmi i;ruuuu, wiiicii wiu ue so'u uuusudiiy
low fur Cash.
Vergennes, March 8, '43. tf;l
Caps, MuflV, Uoas, Fur Trimmings, Itus
sia dng Collnrs, and BuiTulo Kobcs, for sale
by "" P. W. Collins.
Sept. 23, IS43.
CHEVILLA. Dainask, French, Brocka,
Cassimerc, M. D. Lane, nnd Silk Sliawls
just received by P. W. COLLINS.
Sept. 23, 1S43.
onrt prs. of Farewell Shoes justreceiveil
: tJJJ cousisting of
Ilalf Gaiter, do.
Uuskins, all of which will be sold low
for cash by W. S. JOHNSON.
Oct. 23, 1843.
Iiuckwlicuf, Corn. Oats, and all kinds
of Grain, for salo by
BROWN & SHELDON.
ougars JU3l up.jneo ano ;
o , T
for sale at yery reason-
ablc prices by
Z. Beckwith & Co,
Porto Rico a -sajieV.br
aruciejust received and for sale by
Oct. 2, 1843 Z. Beckwito &. Co,
AWS. MillJ Saws, X cut and Billct
YVcb Saws. just rec'd by
Oct. 12. BROWN & SHELDON.
EAVER Coat'ngs, Heavy Pilot
Clotbs, Fine German Cloths. Enni;!li
Cloths. Cassimercs and Fancy Doe skins,
Rich Lyons Velvet, and Vestinga, just rec'd
by BROWN & SHELDON.
BROAD C.otbs, Beaver Cloths, a heavy
article for Wjnter Coals. Cassimerei,
Sattinells, also Slicelings Tcking, fjanton
and otber flannels,for sale by
Z. BECKWITH & Co.
Oet. 2d, 1843.
FIRST, read the Deaths, thcn lurn to llio
Mcdical Dcparlmcnl of this paper and rrad as for
lifo. Then call nuicklv on iho subscribine a-
genl who lias the cure on hnd for all your oial.
adtes, anu remoraoer asiaya ajouiugciuus.
HAVE YOU ACOUGH7 Do not neglecl
t; t housandr have ineta.promalure death for the
want ofa little atlcntion to a common cold.
Have you a Cough t Dr. Jayne's Expxc-
torant, a safe uiedical prescription, containing
no poisonons arugs, ana utea in an extensive
practice for several years, will most posilively
afford relief, and aave you Irom tbat awful dis
easc Fui.iioxary Consomption, which annually
sweeps into the grave hundreds of the young.
the old, the fiii, the lovely and the gay.
Have you a Cough 7 Be persuadbd to pur
chase a bottle of this Expectorant. to-day !
To inorrow may be loo late.
Havo you a Cough? Jayne's Expretorai.t
is thc only rumedy you should take to cure you.
For thii plain Tieason, That in nooneofthe
thousand cases where it has becn used bas it
failcd to rcMeve.
DR, JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT This in-
vaiuaoie nieoicine uany tiiccuns some 01 tne
mMt lioninjnK ind W0Jdelful cu"te. that have
ererbeen known. All who have used it for
Afthma, Coughs, Spitting of Dlood, Hooping
uougn. Liroup or inves, usnsumptiou, ihronir
Dcurisy, Hoarseness, Pain and Sorencss of tl.e
Drejst, dif&cully of Bjeathing, and every otlier
discase ot the luscj and BREiT, can and dj
attest to its usefulness. Bronciiitis discase
which is annually nvtcping thousands upon
thousands to a prematnre grave, under themis
takcn name of Consuuptiok, is ahvays cured
"n "V"e Y0!
h, Soreness of th' Lunes or
' TV. m t llMrunta II.K.I.IIU nf (1 ... . l, ,
I I ---------- , . ... - . ., ... ...... ,
' or malter.ind somctimes blood. It is an infla-
mation ofhe fi)e ik-n which Iinti (ne q.
nnnia,nreuc reitl, a rniuinE unoi pnierm
the whole or the wind tubes 01 air vcssels,
! which run thrcugh every p rt of Iho Lungs.
I his i-ipeclorant immediatcly suppressrs thc
l Couzh, Pain, InflaiLition, Ferer, and difficulty
'of Breathmg, and produce a free and easy Ex-
pectoration, and a ciupis sooncuecfed.
Ilalways curcs Astiima two or three laige
doscs will cure Iho Cnoup or Hiveh ofchildren
in from fil'iecn minutes to an hour's lime. It
iniucdiatcly subdues the violence of iioofihg
codgii and efiecls a spcedy cure. Hundreds
who havo bcengiven up by tneir physiciana as
incurable with "CoNsuupTio.,"have bcen re
storcd to peifcct bcalth by it.
ONLY GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL We as-k
no more of ar.y ono Ilian to give Dr. Jayne's
Eipecloranl a fairtrial, and ifitdoesnot cure
the various discaacs for which it is recommcndcd
sooner or more cflectually than any other tned.
icinc that has ever becn offered to Ihe public,
the proprictoris willing lo undergoany pcnalty,
howevcr, scvere, the pnblic may sce propc: to
impose upon him. It has, it w.ll, and it can
cure coughs, co'ds, aslhma, bronchits, blecding
from the lungs or throat, w hooping cough;
croop, and a vcrv large majority of the most
hopclcss cases of ronsumption, when physicians
and their prescriptionj fad to do any good. A
gain we say, try it. Itwill notharm you, but
must and will po you gooti. It is prepared on
ly by Dr. D. J rnt, No. 20 South Third slrcct,
PbilaJclphia, and No. 305 Broadway. New
York. Price Sl per bottle.
IS rilERE B.iLJI IN GILEAD 7 Was
Ihc palhetic cxclamalion of the nronhet of Isre-
al as he bebeld tha degradation and iniscries of
his people and does not thc hoart oflhe phi
lanthrnpist more with emotiuns of commisera-
lon and sorrowashe uilnesses Ihe honeless
and helpless condilion of thousands dyingalla
round h:m with Cons'implion, and other pulmo
nary afHiclions. and to ask. "is there no balm
that can heal thera I" nor physicians to rcscuo
lliem irom deatli 7 Yes, there Is a balm that
will heal them. andatonce arrest thoso fatal
diseases and restore thcm te hoaltlk It is found
in Jayne's Extectorakt, wh;ch neverfailsto
Ilis prepared by Dr. D Jayne.305Broadnray,
New York, and 20 South Third slrcet, Phila
dclphia. rnce, SI pr bottle.
WORMS! WOUMS! WORMS! Jayni's
To.nic Vermifcck. This Vcrmifugo is per.
fcctly safe, and io plcasant that ehildren will
not refuse to take it. It cflectually desttoys
worms, ne ulralisses acidity or sourness of the
stomach, increases the appctite, and actsasa
'gneral and permanent tonic, and is thcrefore
ezcecdingly beneflcial to intermittent and rc
mitlent fevers, mdigcstion, Ue. and is almost
accrtain cure lor fever and ague, and what is
of more irnportanco it does it permancntly.
Il not only dcstrois worms and invigoralet
tho nholc syslcm, but it dissolvcs and cnrrics ofi
tho superabundant slime or mucus, so prevalent
in Ihe stomach and bowels ofchildren, mort es
pecially of thosc in bad health. This mucus
forms tbs bed or nest in which Iho worms pro
duce Ihcir young; nd by rcmoving it, itisim
possible fur worms to temain in tho body
Itis harmless in itseffects on thesystem, acd
thr bcalth oflhe patientis always improved by
its use, even when no worms are discovered
Numerous cerlificates of its usefulness have be n
received, which the proprictor does not consid
er neccssary lo publish.
Josiah Thompson,near Salem, N. J., adminis
tered this Vermifuge to a child bctween two
and three years old. and says that in a fcu days
she dischajged ono hundrcj and Ihlrty scven
Mr.Jos-pbA. Lenlz.of the Penn Township
Savings Inscitntion, Philadelphia, qave it to one
ofhis ahildren; and says that aflertbesixtn dosc
it brougbt away about fifty worms at one, fie
and iz inchrs long.
Jir. Ferdinand Woodrnff used Iwo bottles of
this Vermifuge for dyspepsia, and in the course
of two weeks dischargcdupwards ofthirty pieccs
ol lape worm, and was tocreby perlecily curcd
Anolher trentlemen of thiscitv had it admin
ste rcd to lns little danghter about three years
old. wnen slie bad a number or discharees rom
herbowel;, composed cntirely of littie white
ttiread worms. He sayj they carce away Irom
her not only by hundreds, but I may say by
thoasands scparately and ir. solil balls as large as
hickory nuts, composed entirely of cead worms,
Siclt Headache Many ladics andgenllcmen
have found tbis Vermifuge to be a permanent
cure lur sicfc neadacne.
Piles Numerous cases of piles bavc been pcr-
ectly cured by the use of this valuahla Vcrmi
Finally, what Ihe publichare long desired, a
medicine of this kmd, which mignt be dependcd
i upon, prenarcu uy a reeuiar nnysician, is now
offered to them, and can be had of Dr. Jayne,
I No. 20 South Third street, Philadelphia, and at
nttt nPnn Kn Hm.m.. V 1.
BALDNESS AND LOSS OF HAIR.
Is caused by a want of liealthv ac-
iion on me vesseis wuicn inrow ou nersnirauon
rrom ,he head When vpeU ire welk 0f
diseased.thepersplration is Ihick and clammy
and adheres to Ihe mouths of the pores and clog9
inamup, and ones and lormsscurf ordandruu.
Lcss blood is then carriud to the roots of.fhc
haia, and for want of which tho hair has not
sufrjcienlnourishment, and consequentiy be
comes dry and barsh, and begins insensibly to
all off which continoing to increase, erentually
produces baldness. Restore the capillary vey-
seis oi me neau io ineir lormer arallhy circula
tion, and afinesilky new hair wilimake its ap
pearance which will increase inquantilyand to
ume unlil the hair becomes tliick and healthy.
Jayne's Hair Tonic is the only preparation
Ihat has ever been known to prodnce new Hair
on Bald Ileads, which it has done in innumera
ble inttauces, and will, seldom fail, if properly
and perscveringly used. Pr'pared only by Dr.
"I3ALD HEADS AND HARD HEADS
Ihat is, persons predispoied to early Baldness
aie apt ly be Brm, and too often sell willed and
stubbora. Jatse's Hair Tohic, is the very
thing fcr removing the first, but what Influence
it may have en the latter remains to bo tesled by
expcrience. Isit not, however, worlhy of atri
il I Ladies who bavc huibandspoitc.ing eirh
ir Bald or Ilanl H'iadi, arc invited to mako a 1
liberal applicatiou of this Tonic lo tne neads oi
their lords. and if il do not make them more flex
ible and manageable will at least reslore their
hair and add rcucli comfort and bcauty of the
JAYNE'S SANAT1VE P1LLS, These
" PiLLsuiay be taken at all times. and are
licneficialin nearlv all dUeasrs. They have
been a favorife Drescriotion of the proprietor lor
all obstructious offhc Liver, spieen, K.oneys,
Uierus.and ailothcr Orgfns nt the body in
fl.inm.ln... l.lAmllt.lit. n.tmitt.nt RillioUS-
d cvery other lorm oi rcver jaunaico ouu
Liver Complaint. For Dyspepsia they arc really
an invaluablc articlr, grai'ually changing the yit-
ialed sacretions f thettima-h. and producing
healthy actinn in that iniporlant organ. They
are verv valuable for diseases oftho skin. and for
wtiat is commoniy caiico --luipurny oi me uioou,
also for Female Complaint,, Crsliveness. &c. &c.
-nd in r.cl every discase wnere an Aperieni,
Alterative or Purgat.ve medicne is requ.ied
Theyaro expiesslyprrp.redt.be uscd.a, .
Aperieni. vbaa pmging is necessary, while. us-
i : . - naj.A.-..w i.'Hiia n.
ing lili Expectorant, and lorine removai oi uo-
stiuclionsin tha Livcr, which is often an at
tendant on some of the diseaser of thebreast. Full
dirertions wilh eachbox.
Also Jayhe's Caruinativb Balsam, a cer
lain cure for Bowcr. akd Summer Com.
PLAiirrs, DiARRiiteA, Dysentacy, Choijc,
Cramps.Sick axd Nervocs Hbadaciie,
Sour Stomach. Ciioleba Morbds, and all
derangcment ol the Stomach and Bowils.
All of thc above Medicincs are for.sale by
SIONEY MOODY, Acent.
Middlebury. Maich 23, 1843. 43:ly
FOR SHERMAN'S LOZENGES,
and well they may, for they arc as
pleasant as the best Peppermint Camly, and
possess all tbe propenies lequisile fur curiug
tbem when sick. Dr. Sherman is au experi
enced Physician, and a member of the Med
ical Sociely of ihe city of New York, and
li.isabando'n-d a large and lucralive practice
to enable him to introduce Medicine iu this
plcasant form. Five year's expericnce, and
the cnnsuption ol one hundred and twenty
fix lons ol his Lozenges, has placcd them
beyond doubl or uncertainly.
WORMS CAUSE DEATH,
And many suffer for monlhs, and even
years, frm them, withuut suspecling the
rause, They may be known by a bad breath
picking at the nose, gnawing al the stomach,
paleness abuut the I.'ps and fiushed cheeks,
staning in sleep, zrinding: of the teelh, pain
In the stomach, helly, and joints, flasbcs of
heat, cbills, drowsiness. headache, fitts, bad
bad taste in the moulh, dry cough feverNh
ness, voracious appelile, leanness, itcbing of
the arms &c. The multilude of cases Ihesc
Lozenges have cured is almost incredible &
a fadure has neverbeen known.
A1Y IIEAD WILL SPLIT
Is often stIJ by those who are subiecl to a
headache. Sheimau's Campbor Lozenges!
will cure any c.ase, no matter how bad in I
liin mlllllfoe Tlinw nnra P.ln.l.lin. nf t.a'
!.,. c ,Un. l,..M.r..:.: .1-.
ivua., dww . .. j j lu r. ufcaa u. ajJlllir, Uta
ponden'-.y, fatiguo and most nervous disrases
n.l.nh L an . . . k . . .... .1 .1 II-
ianuii, u,. iuc .-.nn, uuu ciidiiic n uei-
son t.i undergo great menial and bodily toil.
They enabled Geo. Wasbingtun Dixon to 1
,walk 72 hours without rest or sleep. Hc
said he could not have done it without them.
MV nnnru wit r nrr mi? ,
Ml GUUoH Vl lLL KILL ME
Say many, and sti llheygo on neglecting
it ull the grave swallows them up. Sher-
man's Cnugh Lozenges will imrnediately al-
lay all ordinary c?ses. They cure the most
obstinafe, rcciMit ones, in a few hours, and'
never fail to do so. In Aslhma. vhonpin-
cough, c.iugb atlending measles, and tight-
ness of the chest they give inslant relief. In
Consumpiion, whcre death bas not set his
seal, these Lozenges will restore the bloora
to the haggard cheek and health to the "Iher-
,vit li miii.ni Thwh,.. i,.J - ,t
.,l,,i, ,'m .i:'::.:
physicians and fneuds. Their celebritv ft
euring Coughs and Colds so quickand easily
ii known throuzhout ihe civilized world, and
the demand fur them is beyond the conception
of all. Only tbink of five or six Lozengfs, ,
as pleasant to the taste as a cnmmon sugar
plumb, curing the most distressing Coughs in ',
less than tlnrty minutes. I
KHhu M A TISM & LUMBAGO
Painnnd weaknp.., in lhefirpast.si.lp harlr
3r"" uuic . "c.y. u,r " itthe most safe Worm dcstrcvcr that I ever had. oieonry, vt wm- U.Si
iressinff symptoms of a nighl's dissi- I was called toa child six or sevcn years old. ley.-Vessrs, Lewis.
or any part oflhe body, Female Weakness, n Weto allend to every man's wants
rallingof the Womb, Piles, &c, cured by o!Mm
Sherman'sPonr Man's Plaster, which costs "d FiLnAs do p.
only 12 1-2 cenls. Applied to c'orns, itdraws DYElNGr AU his cfoth, are T0"
them out by the roots withOMt tbe least pain. ' and better colors than can bo obtained in this vi -
W hen such mcn as the Hon Aaron Clark, cinily. The undersigned now has his ma:bioery
Hnn Ed. J Porter. Hon B B Beardslev. Revlin successful ooeration. and i readv
Darius Anthony.Rev'Sabastian Streete, Rey"
Mr Handcock, Doctors Motl, Rodgers.'
Smitl. and Vanderpnol, Col C S Bemon and I
Maior Uphara lenil their sanction with thou-
sanusoi oiners ihal iieve been cuted Ly us
ing sherman's Lozenges, none can doubl their
great and unquestionable virlues, 48 yl
A fr e n t s .
JJusscl &. Gridley &. S. Moody.Middlebury;
Rufus Richardon. Sherburn; Strnng &.
Buck and Henry Simonds, Pittsford; Ruel
Parker, Clarrendon North Flatst Daniels
&Bell, Rutland; S. e. Leonard Walling
ford; Laphaim Wile, South Wallingford;
C. & S.Bellard, cajt Clarrendon; Samuel
Tonsand, Wellingford;llen Graves, Wells;
a. R. Vaile & Co., Danbey Bnrrough; Seni
ca, Smith Danby 4 Comers; e. Jammison
Castleion; H. Lumbard, Parvlette; Frpd
erick Kallagg, East Poultney; Jhon C Saw
yer & Ira Bingham, Sudbury; E D Bush,
& W Chipman, Orwell; Warren & Bliss &
Volney Ross, Brandon; Hooker & Wooster,
West Poultney; Royal Blake, Brandon; J.
&. O. Simonds, Whiting; F. Huntington.
& W. R. Bixbj-, Vergennes; Benjamine
Haskel Samuel svcrts, Cornwall; D. & G.
Rich Kent Wright, Snoreham; Neheraian
Pray, Salisbury ; Munson &. Dean, Bristol;
Merritt & Moon, General agents for Rut
land ana Addison Counties.
New Goods, New Styles and
May be found at the cheap catk store of
Z. Bckvith & Co.
THE subscriber have just
Consisting of a jrreMt variety of articles
which are wnnted in almost every tatniiy
we invne me puunu guciouj, iu -w
examine, and see whether they cannot nnu
almost every article they need, and at such
pnces ns will iniluce them to buy, as we do
Dot mean to be undersold by nny one. We
,, .,, nnrtmpnt of Triniinirs for
La(j;es anj Geotleinen, sucrj as innges,
. cords. laCes, bonnet silks, plumes, ar-
gficfBi-flowe ribons, ladies1 kid gloves.Stc. ,
" Crana-deknes. cashmeres. muslin de-
booU and .boes. for Iwttt Iad.es .na
h.i.k - pnonnpr infln i ii 1 1 i ir- iuuiiu in nuuiauu
men; chcnper than can be found in Audison
county,nnu oi inc very dum nua.nj, ,
A. CHAPMAN, & SON.
Ocl. 10, 1843.
M. de Laines,
And a large variety or fashionatjlo gooas
t the ntw cash store-
BROWN & SHELDON.
heels. and Clolh Buskm?. for salo bv
liKOWiN & shklduw.
THE subscribers lespeclfuljy inforra the
public tbat tbe .Marble wuikslately occu
pied by Caso & Spalding, are now in opern
tion, and tbey aie prepared to furnish all
Sawed Marble, caps and sills,
Keplcoostantly on band.
GIB13S & CHITTENDEN.
Middlebury, July 19,1843. ll;vl
An expericnco of alout fiflrcn years has prov
ed, beyond a doubt, that this Vermifuge is a ccr
tain and ncvcrfailing cure for worms.
Since it wes first put bcforo thc public, many
worthless prcparalions have been forccd into sale
which bavo had their day, and aie now counted
as so muchtrash, H7whercas B. A. Fahncs
tock's Vermiluge is daily increasing iu popular
ily, oning to its intrinsic worth. It has only to
be used according to thc directions, and il
worms cxist, they will certainlybocxpelledfrom
thesystem. The price is 25 cenfs per bottle,
which biing? it within the means ofall. Bo
sure lo gct B. A. Fahhestock's Vermifuge,
and avoid all other articles which are said to bo
ai good, as none of thcm have tbcvirfucs of the
genuine article. i
H'Aiiy, Grem Co., Pa., May 11, 1843.
. B. Fahncs'.ock & Co.:
.M' - A. B. Fahncs'.ock U Co
Dear Sii I have beon using your Vermifuge
. . .
injtiay, loia. wtiicn was men in spasms
the worms. I gavc it a vial of your Vermifuge,
agreeably to directions, and Ihe child passed 440
worms. In a few weeks, I gave it anolher vial, ,
and il passed 200 more, making in all 640 '
worms. The child recovered immeialcly, and
l.as enjojed good health ever since.
I bave prescribed il in many other cases, in
which it has bronght away 200 and 300 worms.
lo nt irin '
Be very cautious toget the genuine B. A.Fah. I
ncstock's Vermifuge, and put no conSdeuco in
the statement made by Comslock & Co., that
Kol.mstock'3 isfhs same as Fahnalock's. Itis
not ,ho "rae and not posstss tho virtues of
a. fahnestock &. co.
For sale in Middlebury, by Rdssei. & Gid
LEV Agent. ll;yl
Wool! Wool ! !
The undersigned takes this method to inform
the pnblie that he has rebuilt his factory. fiftv
rods north of the bridge in Salisbury villaee,
Wool to manufacture by the yard or on shares
Also, will exchange Cloth for Fieece Wool,
Julled w,?0,'.peU' nd TaS3- w'" posilively
d0 " "'ll01,"""? in respect to price ofwork.
uvmwchui uciici iu rcijieci io price oi worK, l
orquality and goodness of clolh cxchanged. as j
any otber mill in this vicinity. Woor. Cardihg
and Cloth Dressing atlended to as nsual !
6;ly H. W. WALKER.
N. B. Fifty ,rads north tha bridge Salisbury,
viuige, pieasecau anu examine. ii, vr, H,
4A ,11 T rkMCS T : J r: r
1 in mv nmrltrA tnr a niimhpp rt , an (tnA
"i i"r.by w. H. Johnson.
V.,-Sn eubyVhe5?bsci;,ber,a,hl3 N-B- Pl,ase call and examine before
oil Mill,, by the Barrcl at ibeN. purchasin? elsewhere. Ocl. 16, 1843.
Y. price current for Cash. nuinmL. , .-. k
. .. , ,
Jraintmg done as USUal,
And Pamls furnished to those only who cm-
ploo him, lOor 15 pr. ct. less than al any other
shop or store in tbe state. Call and sce.before you
evploy any other if work is not done as agreed,
and painlsas rrcommended, no charges made
Three or six months credit given if required.
Call at my shop at Mrs. Kinsley's, 2 doors east
of W. S. Johnson's store, or at my res idcnce.
All orders from a distance punctnally allendcd to
for oil or painting. T. O'FLANEGAN.
P. S. lloiled Oil by the barrel, if requested
orin smaller quantity. T. O' F .
May 30, 1843.
KEESVILLE round, square, and
flat Iron of all thc sizcs manu.
factured it tho works, aro constantly on
Iiand, and foi ale by the subscriber.
A. of exlia Nulrid and
, Molcikln Hats and Velveteen Capi low
bf P. W. COLLINS.
THE SuhscriNrr will pay cah for Fieece
wool deltvi-red at his Factory, in Middb-bury
Sept 25, 1S43 IRA STEVVAII-
JUST received from New York, a general
nssortment of Groceries Cousitin iu
part of Old Hyson, Young Hyson, H. hkin
and Black Teas, Mohtsses, Loaf ground aml
Brown Sugnr, Bo.x nnd SutlMia RnWns, Ja
va Laguara and St D. CofTep, Fresh Tama
rnnds, Rico, Salmon Trput, Blcached sum-
niprnnil anerrn Ull. varnisn nmi lvinsceu
O.lat RUSSEL &.GR1DLEY
20 ps. S. V. & C. 'W. Alpacca Lusten
150 do. Cnlicoes,
5000 yds. heetings,
500 do. Ticking,
For sale by
Sept. 8, 1343.
P. Y. COLLI NS.
tpena non..D, . dollars in traveh
i . .-
or sale bv thesubscriher.
MiddI.ebury.Jap.25, 1842. 28 tf
rjHfc. subscriber bas received liom few
I - York, a new and complete assortment
. . . ,t
Sept. 27, 1843. IRA STEWART
THE Subscribers have en.ered into copar.ner -
shio. under lh name of Jan.es M. Slade & Co
J- " . " . .i..:. r.;.. ....i ih.
auu iic iCiUJj tusei'6 iin-uj" "u f
lic at ihe stand formcrly occupied by VtJS. John
They intend to koep for sale
Dry Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Domcstic Cottons, &c. &c.
A sharc uf public patrcnage is soIici(ed(ProJ
uce of most kinds rcccivd in exchange for
J. M. SLADE.
THE Subscriber has just received an
Groceries, Hard-Ware, Crockcrv
anu Giass-Warc, JNails and
Nail-Rods, Swcdes and
Tigelher with a grest variety ofatticles,
which will be sold unu3ually low lor Oash
or Ready Pay, or on short appnived Credit.
T. C. SMITH.
D R. M A R S II A L L S Aromatic aud Heau
ache catarrh axurr ! This snufF is snprrior
to any thing jel known for r moveing that dis.
ose. the CaUrrh, and also a cold in Ihe hcad.Sc
thi h'adac! e. Il opens and purges out all ob
structions,strengthens the glands, and givss a
healthy action to the parls afTected. If ii p rfec
tly frec from any Ihi'ig delclirlom in its compo
silion has a plcsent flavor,and has immcdata rfTecl
aftcr being used, is agrecablr. Price 37 1 2
cenls pcr bottle
Each bottle cmlains about three times thc
qtiintity of thc scvcral kinds of Catarrh snuff, now
selling at a lowcr price and is therefore cheaper,
as wcll as be'.tcr Iban any thing of the kind iu
Sold by the Proprietor Charlcs Bowe, Mid
mpson u- Kced, r., rjrm'
Boston, II. Phelps& Co. A.
olhers. New York. and by
drugzisls generally in the U . Slales ii Canada.
Doct. Luther Corey, b in; desirons ti' close his
business and leave for the west, (the cnsu:ng scason)
now ofTers his stand for sale oa sucb terms that a
well bred Pbysieian, may (iai it profitable to iin
prore this onportuaiiy of nurchainr.
Tliose withing to scttle pleasc call and examine
Bridport, Aug. 25th, 1843. 18;lf.
W. Hull &. Son's Steam Soap.
BY the hox, pound, or single cake.
Pale ellow Extra No. 1 and BarSoan fu wasliin:
Pure Palm Almond Variegated and sweet icen-
leu lor tlie loilette. verbena Cream Anodyne sba
vinz cream emollient soan Savon sunerAne vcnta
Lle monpelas Paris , highly recomcnendcd to those wbo
' wnti to enjoy a pleaiure io BUavine, lor salejiy
CHUSANS, Crapo Taisans, Crape De
Lcons, Pnrisians, M. D. Lains, Gimps. Mo-
hair and Silk Frings, this day receiycd by
P. W. COLLINS.
Sept. 28j 1843.
(Q.ROCER1ES. The subscriber would
inform his old friends and the public
hrd "d in.ends to kcep a
fu I assnr.men. of Groceries which will be
1 soli ,0o,!J0r cash- S- Jo"SO!'-
! Oet. 18. 1843.
! -w- Vky on a . mitemjq
1 li1" J.UJbtiy,
. Verj aP.3'
r a 7 T
Fur Seal do.
Nutria and Muskrat du.
Men and Boys Cloth Fur trimmed
Caps, for sale f.ir ca3h by W. S. Johnson.
Oct. 18, 1833.
-BTkOAIESTIC GOODS. 8 Bales Sbeet-
, --' ings and Shirtings, comprismj a varie-
ly of qualities and prices. W. S. JonNsow.
BUFFALO ROBES. 3 Bales selected
TtufTafo Rnhpc- iilt rppM nml fnr safp
" . ' ... Z
'unniuii aau oausKin doiiis,
Cut and AVroughtNails an assortment
j 'or sale lowrr tliau ever by
Oct. 16, 1813,
W. S. Johnson,
MRS. U. SHAW.
One door sorth or Ps. Alies's
A few doien, ifunls Superijr yankce
Axeswilh long Hght bitta for salo by p
W. OUL.L.irsa. Cornwall Oct. 18, 1843
wilh u. v oanus. anu
New and Beautiful Goods for La- ' ,he old pM". " pt" biuuted Tr
j. , , - ryseverely. but all to no purpose.
dies and Children's Dresses and, thomas burb. . (
Clonl.-'; inf rpo'l Iiv i Rtriitx GoiDLiragentabysecialappew;
VIOaKS JUSt reod DJ, 'tffienf for tbt propriet for Mi.tdleknry aol
A. FRANC1S. vicinr.
THIS univalcd preporat on has pi rfci
td someof the most aslonHbins cure ,,r.
eases that are recorded in theannaUuf i,
lory, thus provinsconclUNivcly il,at jt , J"
pable 0 fuIBIIing the high aim and mBl
for which it is disisned. Patients sufTtrinr
fur years fmm v.nious chronic conslituiiom";
disorders, afier tryin-; dillereal rcmtJiJ
dMg thousands ir dollars in trareloT
docterinr, and sufferin' all ihai t. 1
. ni uuv
natureis capable of enduring, hare by il
use of a few bottle., .entirely recovered iheit
ucaiiu. vyuiuuii. iucuiuaiism, acrtlftlla
t-: r.:i il . wlulu'a
cers and painful sff. clinn nf tLe bones' Ul.
cerated Throat and Nostrils. S
, Chronic sore Eyes, Blolchesand various co-
i taneous eruptiotis, are eflectually cuitdbnt
use. Discases having iheir i.ri"in m anim
pure state or Ihe bluod and fluids gentr;,!!,
will bespeedily and enVclually remnvrd br
this invaluable medicine, as ul operatigna
,-wu,.ul, uuu i.uiiaiat3 iu iciiiuving me canse
lof disease by cnterini into the circnlimo i
passing through the g'eneral syslem. Vhere
. obstrusctions to its favorable operaiiun eust
j iucj arc reniuveu as u passes aioog theij
j mentary canai; nence tlie patient will feel anj
fknow the sensible opera (ion ol rh; Sarsara-
- ."B """5, .""" . Iro.m ."Wifn'.
' wnonave suuereo witn scroiula m
form, are prescntcd for the careful pcioi!of U
Efsex, Conn., Jufj-25, 13tt
Messrs. Sands Gent.: About cight jem,
since. by being ovcrheated anddirectly aftrrti'
posed, I wasseizod nith aeevere colJ, Iurt
doranged Ihe whole system. Pnrple or End
spots appeared on the skin, attended wilh tinlta
pain of Ihc bead; the symptoms being alumirc,
a physician was cal'ed who prescribed bllsteiin;
and lecching, which produced parlial reliel
Hard bony lumps formcd nnder tho ikin oi nri
ous parts of Ihe body, and tho Doclor pronoan
ced my complaint heredttary Scrofula now for the
6rst time developcd. The lollowing winttrtaj
sight failcd in both eyes; mcdical aid was igiia
rcsortcd to, which relifved my sighl durinjlb
snmmer; my nose now began to increase in i'm
and the wLolebody rapiily cnlargcd with adiop.
sical swelling. The nose eren grew very wie
and and discharged profuscly tlie most loaihsomt
aubstance. My whole systcm was involredia
discase; the lumps soltened and discharged frtflt
producing great debility; ulcers now broke cut
on the lugs, and to compi'le misery, the musclei
and sinews contrar.ted so that I was rtndercd
nearly helpless. 1 remained wiii little dun;e
in Ihis condilion unlil last Ocloocr, when I i
ruddsnly scized wilh an mdiscribable femjtico
which rendared me nearly unconscious, and mi
frttnds sunnosed it waa Ihe will of kind rrori-
dence torid meof my suffeiings, but from this I
recovered only to sutfer on:the ulccrs lud Iw-
come one continnous sore cntirely raw.
It was in tbis condilion I commencrd Ihcgse
of yours in valuable Sarsiparilla which I wn m.
duced to uso from the many remarkalilc tam I
saw publishcd. It came to mc 'S some cnariLsa
angel; and Ican scarcely tell wby, yct from lle
mom enl I heard il ir.cnliontd I was iropresel
u lly with tho belicf that this waa lo be tlie zni
Sa marilan for me and Iroly it bas wrjuhtnit
wo ndcrs in iny casc. Aftcr using it a feffdap
my pains zrew easiei, the swelling of the M
an d limbs wcnt doivn, tho ulcers coniinentt--
heahng and IrestcdwclL afler sufTring evei
Ihing but Ihe pains of death, how happy aml
and how gratelul do 1 tecl to bo ablelo autiu
other tcstimonial to tbe eflicacy of your pricclcn
&arsaparilla! Alo.vissa Siytvox.
Middlesex Co. ss Esex, Conn. July 23, lSi
Personally appeared Ihe abovc-namcd Momsi
S immons, and made oath to Ihe facts contiinci
in the foregoing statement before me.
t uaooN SiiiTii, jusiice ol Ihe raw.
We the subciibers. beinir pernall- acqniiat-
ed wilh Mrs. Simmons, du not hfMiale to n7
that wecousidcr Iho above statement ofh'TCK
substantially Irue andenlitlid to conlidence.
Ksuben fosi-, Ueacon liapim rliuich
I Hili. Havden, .Verchant,
Ciias. GnEt.iLEir, Sorg Denti.t.
A. P. AVlllTTrMnnc Po.l-m-.sf, r
RE.WARKADLE CURETOF IIIP DISEASt
New Yoik, July 261h, 1S43.
Messrs. Sands Gent. My daachter iz& a
years, was attacbed with the bip disease wh
two years old. and since ten sne nas ntu
crowing gradually worse unti' rccently, and b
suflering at intervalt was most painful to behoM
and baffl's description. Tbe hesd oftbcli?
bone was tnrown eniircly out ot piacc, aj
which uiaUer of puss formcd in the sickel f
Ihe ioint.and for manv months in successioa.
she was entirely deprived of all nalural itst
She was reduced to a mere skrlelon and nr;
often exclaimed, 'Oh mother, I wish it
pleasc the 'Good Man' abnve to lake rae ca.o
himself. Ilwas tay fervenl pra het ffe
mgs might b tcrminaled and my anxious leui
The Almighty has promiseiU bewith
six troub!es,and in Ihe sevcntfi he will not letn
us nor forsake us, if we put our trnst and co
fidence in Uiro; and trulj I can say it his b
venGcd in the present cate. Thionjh "
blessln; andjour inslrumentalit) , my child h'
yes is i stDreu io perteci neaun,
ing monument of the elEcacy of your bealtait
storing Samparilla. We had tried all renei&J
within our reach, had the boncs oace set, hia u
b'istered and purged, withont e ftixt. Sbe coo
menced Ihe use tf the Sarsapaiilla in Apnl '
and in less than a week there was an "
improvement a discharge camo on from tne oi?
joint, and it commenced healing.and In less tia
two weeks was entirely closed. Dursng
timeof using the Sarsaparilla she passwl h1?
quantities of worms, wbicli aided material'!
haslening; the cure. She rapidiy iroprortd u
strenglh and health, her app-tite incroasel
she isnow cntirely reslored, and wbotly so V
vour Sarsaparilla. . .
" Wilh thc griteful feehngs of a molhers new
and fathrrs joy, we subscribe ourselvts jo
friend. Willum s. BaiLir,
No.596 Fourth slreel
We the subscribers being ncighbors to r
liam and sarah Bailey, kniw the abovo st
ment in relation fo Iheir child anJ Ihe cure p
formed by sand's sarsaparilla to be sttietly
SCROFVLA CURED OF S1XYEA&S
Philadelphia July 23,
Me.cre J, rin, Trf mnnlh cf JH'i
.I1837, I wasattcked withcramp in tb stocu'i
inauced by a sudden chrcU ol perspiration.
timtly rcmedies 1 was relieved, but mj.vs,,B
had received a shock frcia which 1 did not rec"'
er. About two months afterlbis. a"'0
lomp appeared on my breast, wh;ch grd'.
increascd to the size of a hec's egg, a? ,
became eirpiifl nainful. I tried difl"1"
panaceaa without deriving any benefit wbatever.
1 c-opilhic physician, who lefl me suff-ring BJ
tban be found me Tbe scroro.!a now PP",
1 in my right knee and ancle; my leg swcl W
' four times iu natur.l 'M'",'n'dhSieS1
ihe irreater nartif the time sofierinj"-
' cripple, the greater part oflhe time sofienn' "
' otnoiiilini antmiih. f nnff