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f TNX BOAi-, MUFFS,
JLi Extra Otier Caps,
Shetland Seal, tlo.
Fur Seal do.
Nutria and Muikrat dn.
Mtn and Boys Clulh Fur trimmed
Oaps, for sale fr ca3h by W. S. Jojinsos.
Collin's & Co's Axcs.
ITH or withodt hclvet for tale bv
Z. Bf.csv:ith. ds Co.
fMMlE suhscriber is now ready to rereire
JL WOOL to CARD and MANUFAC
At ihe Wnolenfactnry formerly carrit-d on
by A. Spalding fy Co. The jnacbinery is in
periect order, and tbe public may rest as
sured that thcir work will be doi.e tu their
gaiisfartion, and on tbe most
Jd A share of ihe palronage is solicited
JOEL SPALDING, Agent.
Middlebury, May 2,1843. 52 lf.
SHAIVLS, FANCY UANDKER
And LADIES ChAVATS, tho lalcst .Myle,
. r. 5. . -t. i... 3
jasl rcceived and for Sale chcnp by
TABLE JJUTTER.'S?"80"' constanl,y 00 bad-
lirst uuality for sale."
TUST rcceived from New l'ork, a gene
ralassortmcnt of Groccries Consistin.
in part of Old-Hyson, Youtifj Hyson 11.
Skin, and Black Tcas. Molasses. Loaf.
irround and Brnivn Snrnr. Itnvnnrl Sim.nn
Raisins, Java Lacuara and St. D. CofTee.
Fresh Tamarands, Jtice, Salmon Trout,
uieaciieu &umnier amt spenn Uil, Varnish
aud Linseed Oil at
UST ricetvcd and for sale bv
P RU&SEL & GRIDLEY.
Middlebury, Scpt 27, 1343.
WO TI10USAND bushelsof Onts vvan.
lcd immcdialcly, bv
Tv ciinDcrT, i- , .i :
r iKo :n. Vo r , ,
landagood hou.epainlcd ou Tand
!n id !.., .. . a i '
wilh 'Unty of watcr all convenient forasmill
Hrmer. or inpclisnir. ifnnv mtinn ,.,1,
choip placc, pleaso to comc and buy of ne with '
the atock aad cioni il il pleaso the uurchascr. tc. I
1st, 1SU. 10:6m
New ai:d Beautiful Goods for Ia
dies and Cliildren's Drcsses and
Cloaks just rec'd by
THE subscribers are now receiving their
fall fujiply ofoods, consisting of
Dry Grocerics, Crockcry, Iron
and Stcel, Salt, Fisli,
and almost cvcry article usually cnquired
for, which will UoEold for PAY, nslowns
at any Morc in the County. All kinds of
proilucc recci-cd in paymcnt.
WR1GHJ' & BUSH,
Shorchnm, Oct. 2, 1343. 22
11" 1VE GEESE FE ATHENS, just tJ
3LA kn in and for sale by A Fbascis.
Middlebury, Jan. 10, 1844.
WOULD inform his old palrons and
tho public gcncrally that that ho
lteeps conslanlly on hand at bis old sland
south of Iho Court House and oppositc tho
Addison County Tcmporaiico House, lhc
LARGEST ASSORTWENT OF
in thc County, which hc i sclling at low.
cr prlces for Caih ready ,or approved crcdit
than has cver been sold in this vicinity.and
hc would respcctifully invitc all who aro
nbout purchasing to call and csamine his
t TP t. i , (
.111 VV C r V0U,J rcspectfosly inform
u.i TOrainu oi iinuaietiury and vicinitv, tliat
tn naa no.von hand-a larjj asiortmeut ofCab-,
uiei tnrniture, such as SucaETAniES. Bo-'
Reacs.Book Cvsks WAnr Robes. Tailes. '
FAScr Wobk. Licnxand VTi. "iv.v.
TI,r.P v.'.. n j.. '.
, . .... ullu , uu..ur ued-
5TKAHS, aop, Ued aoFAs ar.d CitAins. To.
gcth-r with various other articlcs of house hnld
furniture. A.II jobs in his line will be cxecuted
at ahort noticeiand in most approved style. Pcr
f ons wi.hing any or :he above arDclcs, will do
well to call on thc subscnber.as thc is delermin
cd loscllas cheap for most kinds of producc
as any ono in this country anJ for casii, a
good deal cheaper.
ITJ"SH0P one door so-ith the Bipiist church
Middlebury. Jan. 10. 1S44 3S
N. B. H. N. would just hist ta those who
oweShim that he is in watit of his dues.
A T ONE DOLLAR 20 Doz. Pairs Fair
" wells best Spring Heel Kid Slins, at
Dec. 13, 1S43.
Good Fresh Bread.
I'HE suhscriber will furnish good fresh
bread at bis Bake Shop, at the same
price at which the flour can be purchased by
the pound in tbis villagc. Also, Pies and
Cakes, for famiiies will be fiimished at tho
9 sme favwabrc rates.
a vs tv ,i j l n " t wju n? n
This dav rec'd 1000 lbs. Freah Confection
aries, frora tho Manufacturer, for sale by
HE subscribcr, at hii old stand
In ilie brick buildin? one door
n.,nTi nf ite Court House. his rc-
cz'mi bis wintrr siock froiu N.Vork
-flfj and Albany, oot of which be will
raanufacturc and kccp constantlyoo
tice, lhc followinc;articIes,Yix:
BR1DLES & MARTIMGALS,
Common double and single tinncd and
jappaned harnesscs mallcablo tip't tung ;
Brass and Silver mounied coach, gig
and waggon harnesscs of diflTerenl
stjlo mountings k. construclion,
Carpet bags and valices of
diflercnt material and fash-
jon, rrencn ioiio oraas
rivitcd iron frarne
Truuks ; Imitation
folio, and a largo
size and qualily of
33 Can iage trimming done in a neat and work
manlike roanner all kind of tepairs in his line
Tlie aboTC and all olher arti-
I in his line of fcusiness will be mannfactured ont of
as good S'ock as can be had in maruei. .anu um
I acheap for eash or most kinds of prodnce at can
P'.d inthis Scctior ,?f Ito coantry of the
isameoMWy Pcr.ons wiibinj to parch.ss any
article in his line of busiaesj will do well to call
I snd txaininc priccs and work as beintends to keep
., -,i .n ,,icrtrd assoriincnt ofSad
dlfrybard ware d.fiercntPattcrnsof Brafs Silver
Finc Mallcablo tip't tunj and all kinda of com .
mon ware. Coach lace Irory KingJ Curled
I,-.;- Onm and Round Bclls Horsc Caids. Cur-
ry and Mane Conilw, Ilorse Bruslics, Aeats Toot
Oil anda eood assonment of Wbips & Lafhes.
ratent Lcatlier Cap fronts and bandj &c. wlncli
will bcsold ai cheap for Oa.b ns cau bc Iiaa tnn
W f Troy.
i Middlebury Dec 27, 1343.
THE VOICE OF THE PEOrLE.as well as of
I expericnce, lias alwaysbeen decisirc in favor of
l'liELPS TUMATO PiLLs. Tbcy hare becn
in geseral use aa a Family Mcdicine. for five years,
durinr wbicu time, morc than a million of amict.
cd ones havc cxrcricnccd tbeir heabnz virtoes.
From Maine to Georgia, and from tbe eea to tbe
IRocky Mountains, may be beard the Toicc of grat
itudc f.ir dclircrance from suflcring, by this the
iPeoples' remcdy ; and in ercry bamlet are Imng
witnts3C3 able to teli of thcir delirerancc from
I deaih br tbis valuable reraetlv. Wcre all tbe testi
jmony pablishcd. wbich ihe Proprietor has rcceived
conctming tbe good ctlccti ol uisA Pleuicine,
I would convincc tlic most sccntical. Cascs almost
I innam 'rablc of Dyfpepsia, Jaundice, Bilious Fe
I' ters, and Lirci Aficctions, Humatisni.pains in thc
back. sidc, loins and limbs, acid stomach, graTel,
babiloal costivencss, sicK neauacnc. coias. coucns
anJ Iang fcrer, scrofulous discases, vlcers and tn
mor"f'OD sliinf. &f .hc bcen f
thcsc I ill alonc, and tlie tclimonv recorded with
proper vouclier. ; and it Mconfidently uchOTctS tliat
nooseoi iuc uimo Eumnuiou cau nuusianu a
pcrsevering ue ofthe Pills so ray the Pby.iciaos,
Pnttip in Boxes, with tbc signature of G. R.
Phrlns, M. D., on tbe side label.
Beware of imposition! Alany are base enougb
to try to ira'tata lliis remedy. Be paiticular 10 get
tbe genuine, andyou will not be disappointcd in
Acehts ! Kever buy of Pcddlers they are
ncter allowed to carry tha gcnuine Pills. Send
jour orders to the Proprietor, Hartfoid, or some of
his generai Ag"nts. wuo areappomtea ny nim.
at 22C Main street Hartford.
Sidney Moody, Middlebury,
Volncy Itoss. Brandon,
Hunthy & Higgins. Salisbury,
A Fann Iying on New Ilavcn
rircr, containing betwccn onc
hundrcd and twenty and onc
hundrcd and fortr acres ofthe
very best ofland ; tbere are two barns. For
ty or niore acres ofsaid farm interral, tliere
is a line grore of pine timber fit for shinglcs
and boards, a largo quantity of bemlock for
fcnciu; timber, also a quantity of black ash
for rails, and a good supply of wood for fuel.
Tho farm will be sold cheap. Timo giveu
for paymcnt of two tbirds of tbe purcbase if
required. For particulars inqtiirc ofMartin
S. Dorrancc, of Middlebury, Mr. Jcnison
Jlerritt of New Havcn, who have carried on
saidfarm; also Charles Linsley Esq., or to
the subscribcr at Bristol.
JOS. C. BRADLEY.
Fcb. 11th, 1814. 41;tf.
THE subscribers rcspcctfuljy inform the
public that the Marble wmks Iately oc
ctipiedhy Casn &. Sfpaldinjr, are cow in.op
erntion, and they are preparcd to furnish all
Sawcd Marble, caps and sills,
Kept coastantlv on hand.
GIBBS & CHITTENDEN.
Middlebury, July 1 9, 1S43. I l;y 1
Tlic subscribers would rcspectfullr inform lhe
I inlial)it3nf nf ATtit.tlMitm- m.l r:Htn:f .1
" -" ' J owiiiij ...a. lucj
will continue the business of Carding Wool and
drcssing clotli during the winter at thcir .tand
Vergennes formcty occup'ed by E. Sherill Esq.
Wool or clotli sent by Stage or othemise will
be promtly executed.
dJ'n5 lesworstcd drcsses also
.aiienaeaioa.u.nal. J t ETT & BAKER,
vergennes ucc.2e, IS-13
Thc subscribcr continucs to civo Jfed,
; ical inslruction, dcsicned by particular at
icntion to tnaigenous mcdical Uotany, and
mu iiiuipiii inuuiiuui suujtcis oi gene
rai Thcrnpeutics, to adapt the course to the
rrqutsites of thoso who intcnd to become
Hc has encoced S. Pcarl Lalhron. A. M
M. D., to instruct in nalural science, and
m uuman ana comparanve Analomy.
Gcntlemcn who desire may have ndmis
sion to thc Lectures given in the College
on Chemistry, Natural History and Philos
ophy. JONATHAN A. ALLEN.
Middlebury, Dec 20th 1843 33;tf.
Less than '$.'
rjlWO CASES LADIES KID SLIPS,
JL latest shape and be&t manufacture.
4 do supcrior walking Shoes, Buskin
and other shapes, at reduced prices. A
Iarge and dow stock just rcceived by
For tht eonsumplion oj the L'tngs!
THE bcst jiedicine known to man for In
cipient consumplioD.aslhma. of nvery stago
Bleedingoftho Iungs, coughj, colds. liver
complaint, and all discases of tho pulraon
Nalure's ovn Prcscripl'ton. A com
pound Balsamic preparation of t'ne Pntrrt
us Vikgixiaiu, or 'Wild Cherry Bark',
combined with the cxtrar-.t of tar, prepar
cd by a new chemical process, ajiproved
and recommended by iho most distiuguish
ed pliysicians, and universally a:knowl
edged Ihe most valuable medicino cvcr dis
covercd. No quackery No Deeeplion!!Ml pub
lished statements of cures performedby
this medicino, aro tn cvcry rcspeciiue.
Be carcful and get the gcnuine 'Dr. Tis
tatV Balsam of Wild Cherry,' as sptirious
imitations are abroad. 3G
Orders from any part of tho counlry
should bo addresscd to Isaac Butta, No 125
Pu'ton strcet, New York. RossaL and
Gkidlet, Chemis's a Druggists, At cnts.
F. Huntington, Vergennes.
INDIAN VEGETABLE P LLSj
f gnHOUGH many mcdtcincslia.c been
a bcfore thc public for a mu" h longer
period than IFrJgAt' Indian Viveiable
Pilfs. vnt nonn stands now in hif' ct renute.
orhas morc rapidly al.ained a
upon popular estimation. Tlie 1 iitasAKDs
uiai navc useu uicin unuugiiuui i.iu il'iiui
and breadlh of the rcpublic, all bcar cheer
ful tcslimony to their thorough effieaey and
mildoperation whcn employed in the most
dtstressinK disorders 'wbich flest is heir
The theory of discasc on which Wrigh'.'s
Indian Vcgclablo Pills aro foundcd is this,
viz; that Ihere u only ons pnmary cause,
of all the disordcrs that afHict tbc iiuman
family, and that is corruat humors; or, in
other words impurily of Blood. This
principle is now so gcnerally admittcd that
it may in lacl ba saia to bc suslatncd by
an untveisahty of opinion, tho fow dtssen
ters constitu'.ing but a very feeb!o minority.
It :s usclcss, Uierclore.to discuss tho sound
ncss of this theory in this placo and con
The one disease principle bcing ndinil.
ted, thc mode of atiack profcsscd by all
prnctiiioners becomes the samc namely
furgation. But mcny of the so-callcd spc
cifics noiv bcforc lhe public, produce only
one form of purcalion: ihcy are cithcr Su-
dorific, calharlic, Diucts or expeclorant.
Wnght s Indian Vegetablc Pills combinc
nll these properties, k aro tlicreforc calcu
lalcd to nitack theo lcmcnts of discasc a( all
poinls, apd by a harmonious and combined
opcralion to cxpcl it radically from lhc sys
tcm. Their cfll-ct is almost magical, and
is no less astonishing for its mildncs than
ils effieaey. Both sezes, and all agcs may
cmploy them, according to tho directions,
wiihout fear, for whilo they aro cerlain to
cure all diseases lliat aro remcdiablc, they
ncter inflict an tnjury upon thc system
Tho pcrfect safety of tho mcdicine is an
other all iinpprtant quality, and ono which
bascontrihuted morethan anythingelse to
its extcnsion and popularity.
In a word, this medicine commcnds itself
strongly to the patronagc of thoj)ublic-,nn(l
its use bids fair to bccomc bcforc lqng, al
Thc citiscns of New Enchnd are res-
pcctfully informed that in consenuencc of
tbegrcat popularity which Wright's Indian
yegetablo Pills bavo carned by their nston
ishine coodncss, a cans of Counterfeiters
are now induitriously cngaced in palming
on tho unsiispectin;, a valueltss and per-
hips danserous medicine, undcr tbe name
of Indian Vegetable Pills.
This is to inform the public, that the genu
ine mcdicine has on the boxes.
"Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills
op the North .Imericak College of
And also around thc border of thc label
will be found in small tvnc, "Entered ac-
cording to thc Act of Congress, in thcycar
1840, by WilliamWright, in thc Clcrk's of-
Iice, ot the distnct Court of the castcrn dis
rict of Pennsylvania.
Thc public will a'so remcmber tbat al j
whosell tho genuine Indian Vegetablo Pills
are providcd with a certificatc of agency
sined by j
William Wright, Vicc President :
OF TUE SORTn AUERICAN COLLEGE OF
and tbat pcdlers nrc never in any cnse nl
lowed to sell the genuine medicine. All
. . i, i ... .
certificatc of Agency as abovc dccribcd'
and those who cannot show one will be
known as base imnosters.
uuw:iiiug xigums wiu oe prcviaeu witn a
The followimr hinhlv resnectnlilo
havc been appointcd agents for tho sale of
the abovc natned.
Wnghl't Indian Vegetable Pills.
OF THE KOETH AMER1CAS COLLEGE OF
RUSSEL & GRIDLEY, Middlebury.
S. JIOODY, u 3
Needham and Dennis, East Sliddlcburw
P. W. Collius.
B. F. Haskell,
S- L. Sprague,
A. P. Roscoe,
Alunson J- Dean,
Shalts & Webb.
S. S. Johnson,
Huntley & Higgins,
Tupper & Breakneridge; Srtrksborougb;
W. 1JI U1V11,
P. Fletcher d Son.
Wripht $ Busb.
John Simonds Jr.
Nearing c5:nd Cailtn,
W. Chinman J-Co.
J O'LilNGDEY. Travclin
The only Office in Boston where the Inilinn
Vegetable Pills can bo obtaiued is at
198 Tremont Strcet
PrinciDal Offier ano Rpnpml n
Spruoostreer; PhilinWphra. 3&rfy
and changes of Temperament.
WATER Euat be adapled to tbe flesh, or
Ihere will be no propagation pf tlic sprcies. -The
coil muit be adapled to the secd, or tbere
will hA i-0 inerease. The climate tnust havc
thote matlersiuit vhich whlch will onitc and
keep aliTe epidemical or conlacicus poion, or
tnej WU1 Decorao exnuguisura.as a laiup iua.
is unsupplied with oil. So Iikewise with the
Humin tramc: It cannot be materially affect
ed by epidemical or contagicos maladies unless
therc be those milters floating in tbe circulatjon
nhich offer the opnronriale soil. By purifyine
our bodies with ihe BmsBnCTn PiLLf.which
hare aiunily with those impurilies upon nhich
conlagion fceds, we may always feeL secure
whatever diseasps may rage aronnd u. True,
we, may have it, bntit will be the affair cfa
dav or two. white those who hare becn too wise
to usa mi3 sinjDlc ana exceiitoi remeay, eiianr
UIO. wi u.i.nn,rw..r.
Sudden clianRes irom hot to cniiiy weamer
are unfavorable to hralth, and it is a fact uni-
vcrstlly admittcd, that hcat and moistnre are
powerful .genls in prcducinj discare, and that
constant nnr and canslant wet wcalhcraio
both favorable to ils generalion: it does nolsig-
nify What we call it: it may be ajue; it may
be dysentary; bilious ferer; il may be bronclu-
tis; itmaybecholic;itmay be consumplion of
the bowels; it may boinflammatlon of the now.
cls, it may be inflanjraition or the stomacii; it
may be netvons auection;but still it ia disease, '
and a disease curable by Brandrcth Pills, be-
cause Ihey removc all impurilies from Iho body
all.tbat can in any manner fccd the forther
progress of the malaCy no matter how called;
tbcs these pills aie not only tbe most pioper
medicino, but gencrally the only medicine that
nced orought to be uscd. At thc pressnt time
it is evcry mari's duly who wiahes to secure his
health to use them, it is the duty of evcry ono
who knows anything of their health restoritip;
powcrs, to make it known in his immediate cir
cle. For thero are some alarming eigns, which
tell of the approach of diseascs. The sudden
changesof temperament are inore to be feared
and guardcd againsf than any conlagious malady
The IwrLUEszA has lclt many in such a
state of weakness that tbere ia in them a great
susceptibilitv to be aiTected by these changesof
I Ihe atmosphrre and contagious maladies; but
I by the timcly nse of Brandreth'a PiH even now
tnis susccptibility can be in a great measurc
j ?e!( in lhe wca!hc wilh hich it may be bro't
i in conlacl during Ibe next EOdays. naturo bas
lormcd tbe bowels for tbe evacuat.onot all un-
heallby humors, and if man wculd but use com
mon sense, he would take care they performcd
lius omco tailbrully. If tbe bowels Breontot "'"
ordcr if too slow of to fast, a f'.w doaes of Bran-! with complete sncccss m caaes wbich had jrevi
dreth's Pills will brinr them to order. Ask the Kalei tht most approved prcscrlptions.
manwhowasdying from constipated bowels' Dr. TrumanAbellof Umps ter, N. H., writes
whalcuredhimhelellsyou, Brandreth'a Pill. that he confidentlr recomtaends ils uso in all
Askhimwhohadbaddv'entaryforsixmonths comp W"''fjh?:h.c,f.nL?:rt,0M0
and every remedy had.fa'iled; he will also tell iny other medicine wilh.n h.s knowledge.
you tho Brandrcth P,1I. cured him in a wcek . Dr. Amory Ilunt.ng of Franklin, Mass.wr.tes
Sowith other disea..es. Trcel-e Brandrcth
Piilr, rahbed down in balfa pint of molasscs,
. , . r ... r t;.,:
IW'L'i.t Z. S'.l0' "TJ
; b nDtrtn "w" m yXZ
half they wero worth lo have had it cured, but , '
. .... ' r ..r. . .... V . .
1-2 apiutof which they had nibbcd down 12
Brandreth pills; beforc tbe wholoof lhe molas-
scs was takcn tho ulcer was cured. And yet
ou,c r wa, cured J'J&ifc1
l i. wnt ler. None olncr is genuine oi a later date than
J quaclt medimncs. Will all your .. T .:,, rs. t ,i :m
more sucb quack medinincs. Will all your
noiut out to you people who had been helplcss
r r . t . -1 : , o. TTri.J Tl...n
lur ycaiH jruui piupjr ana a. iiaa
nho have been cured by Iheir rcmedics? If
they cannot, Dr. Brandreth can. Can they
point out to you a person who for twenty years
had ucvcr had a stool without having used mcd
icido or mcdicinal tneana, an j wbom tho Bran
pills cured, in a month, and gave him as heallby
evacuations.as he had when he was a child.
If they cannot, Dr. Brandreth can.
ineUn.ANDR.ETH t'ltis not oniy cure, an
curable diseases, but it can bc demonstiated,
that by Iheir limcly uae, ihey must infallibly t
cure, In a very short time, Dr Brandrelh will
bjing before tbe public a conccnlration of tho '
virtues of Iho Biandrcth pills, both in thc from
of pills, and in the fluid and thcn hc will explain
lhe rcafn of tbe cures that must neceasarily J
be the reault of using BiuxDnETUiAN Uem- ,
edies, whelher they bo intcrnat or external or
external. I have just received lhe casc of a
mcdical gentlcmao, nho rcsides in Shcrbrook, I
Canada, who for twenty yeais was sorcly af- j
(licted wilh a disease, which camo out in blotch
c and scabs all over his body This gentleman ,
sofarforgo his prejudiccs which too often
cur hiHrTrnfession. aa tn nnnlv nsraonallv lo
Dr. Brandreth, andhis course provcd a happy '
one. Within six months hcVas enlirelycured
of his miserable and tormejHlng disease by the
uso ol the Brandreth pills. This valuable med-I
cinais for sale at Dr Brandretii's Oflice. 211
Broadwav, and 276 Bowery, nnd 1S9 1-2 Ilud.a
son street. at 25cls ner hox. with full direciions
Bc carefulyou get the genuine; observo eixsig-
natureB of ur. llrandretli on cacti box inrco
B.Brannreth and lliree Benjamin Brandrelh.
List of Agents.
Tlie followinnr are lhe onlv authorized acents
for the Brandreth pills and Linamcnt inAddison
Co. Jona. IlAGiR,.iViddlebuiy;
Simon Taft. Whiting;
Sholes & Webb, Ferrisburg!!;
Munson & Dean. Bristol;
B. F. Haskell, S. Everls, Cornwall;
Roscoc & Nash, New havcn;
W. R.Bixby, Vergennes,
P. Fetcbcrand Son, J. Frost, Bridport;
K. Wright & Co. Shoreham;
Simonds & Bircbard, Watch Point;
S. S. Johnson, Leicester. 37;ly
17,500 Boxes of Dr. Rush's
HAVE been told during the month of Dcc,
so great has becn their popularily, in conso
quence of lhe numerous cures they have e0ect.
ed. Every person who uses the se Pills recom-
mcnds them to olhcrs as the Best Medicine
Ihey have ever takcn so gentloln their opera-1
tion, and so sure in giving rohcf. ,
It!, nnu-i-nnii.ilri W ih. most eminect of
lhe medieal faculty, that lhe stomach is lhe
seat or fountain of all disease; that itis, asit
were, the centre from which prcceed all thee-
vilsproduced byforcign or irritating causes.
prctcnued5.arsapar.ua Ccrapounds cure w me w . asfaott a Purihl9er, shoaId
Brandrcth-s P,llsJ Can they .end you fo i er- be coni.
eons curea as ur. liranurciii canr . wan uiev
and which from tbencc sprcad lo cvery part of our cxccllent remedy.
lhe animal system. , B. A. FAIINESTOCK & CO.
The proper mode ofcurc, thercfcre, is to at- For sale in Middlebury, by Rcssel & Grid
tack the citadel ia which thc disease enlrench- LET Agent. H;yl
cs itself, acd no combinatioa of medieal agenu n mw
has yet been discovered so cfficacious for this , rti rtl'II V
purposc as lhe preparation of the late Dr Rush .LO iTllll vJWneFS.
and which, from tbe univcrsal succcss attend-! ,,.
ing their administration, during a practice of TPHE suhscriber would inform .MiII O wn
nearlyha!f a century, were styled his "Infalli- crs in this region, that be has been
ble Ilealth Pill." Thcir great virtue is that constitutcd by the Patentcc, Mr. Ucorge
they arrcstdiseasoin its firat approach, They M. Copeland, of Genoa in the state ofOhio
are prevenlives as well as rcmedics and we 1 agent to make and vend thc
wiu venture to say, lht if taken y pcrsons
when Ihey are first afTecled with symptoms of
iiiness, many and many a case mai i u.er c
tious orfatal. mifrht he avoided.
ONLY 12i cenls a box, the cheapest and the
oesi medicine ever known Soia atmo priuci'
pal office 30 .1aa sU New York.
Wi G. Daeeers. sole acent.
RUSSEL GRIDLEY, ChemisU and
LTuggnts, Generai agents for this couniy.
F. Huntington, Vergennes,
A. P. Roscoe. T. C. Smith. New Haven.
P. W. Collins,
P. Fletcher & Son,
Hammond & Co.
THR Knbneriber will oav cash'for Fi'epr
ScptSOilSl IRA STEWART-
SEAVER'S JOINT f NERVE
AN invaluable family mcdicine.
Recommended bythe Medieal Faculty.
For Rheumatism, Gout, Spraint, Brue,
Cramp, Lamenesa, Paio in tbeside, bacV,and
Loins , Chilblains, Felona fresh wounds, llums,
Scalds, Kreezes, Ague, Nervous Keadache, and
all cases of
It strengtbens and invigorates the nerres,
gives elasticity to tbe joints promoles a,healthy
circulalmn of tbe blood, and imparts strength
toany part of thesystem which may have been
weakencd by sedntary l.abit3or disease.
It is impocsible to present to tbe pnbMc all the
evidence which the proprietors posaess of tbe
virtuej of this Liniment. Many famillea keep
it conttantly by them, believing it to be the best
ramedy m use for diseases lequiring external
. - - r.l
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detfuland altogether sopenor to anjthing el so
erer aiscorered. rTnD1,r,r , ,
JMPORTANT TO HORSEMEN ! !
This Liniment is not only benejicial to tho ha-
man system bu, is thd' best article that can be
used for horses tbat have been galled,spraincd or
bruiscd, and for stillness ana swemns oi lae
joints, scatches, wwd.galls, fresh wounds &e.
The oiiginal and gennine is preparcd only by
T. SEAVEK & SO!i JJrugsists, uaipole . tl.
OBSEItVE Evcry botde ofthe genuine. will
have the signnture ofthe proprietors on the in.
side wrappcr. Each bottle and seal is stamped
SEAVER'S JOINT & NERVE LIKINENT,
and cnclosed in a blue wrapper on whico is a red
label. Pricc 25 cts per bottle.
For sale in .Wddlebury only by Russel & Grid-
loy, also bv V. E. C. atoddard, itullind, a. V.
Winslow, Pittsford; Warren and Bliss, Brandon,
Huntly & Higgins, Saliabury, A. P. Roscoe.New
Haren, F. Huntington Vergennes, and by drug
gists and merchants gcnerally. 28;ly
The mosl highly
Approved Mcdicine now in gener
ai use for Coughs, ColdSj and
all Diseases of the Lungs.
THE VEGETABLE PULMONARY
BALSAM isbolievcd to bc tho, most
popular mcdicine cver known in America, for
Coughs, Coldsi Aslhma or Pblhisir, Consump
lion, Whooping cough, and Pulmonary Afilc
lion of evcry kind.
Extracts from Certificates.1
T)r Samupl Morrill of Concord. N. II.. writes
" thathe is aified tho Vegetable rulmonary
n.?vine P,r"v ?i7'l7h'
! w.tbout rchcf, and having consultcd wUhs.
al eminent Dhvsicians, he has found tho Ve;
bh Fulmonarr Balcam to have-had lhe desired
eflect. and rccommends itas a safe, convenient
nn.l cfhrinuq modlCinO.
Dr. Thomas Brown.of Concord N. II., wri'es
tho rcasonable cipectations of those who have
nt. IMPOSiriON. Each
' WT , i : . "
Vn!rri!iblo Pulmonary Ualsam, and soo that it
has Ihe m"ks and signatures of thcgenuine.
Prepared by Rced Wing and Cutler,(lale
Low & Rced,) Wholesaie Druggists, Apotbcca
rias and Counlry Merchants gcnerally. Price
50ccnts. Forsileby S MOODY. .(30:ly
An eiperienco of about fiftecn years has prov
cd, bcyond a doubt, that tbis Vermifuge is a ccr
tain and never failing cure for worms.
Sinco it wrs firat put bcforo thc public, many
worthlcss preparations have been forccd into sale
which have hid their day, and aro now counted
as so Hiuca ira.u, uj wncrcas c. a. rinnci
lock's Vcrmilugc is daily increasing in popular
ity, owing to its intrinsic worth. 11 has only to
bo uscd according to tbc direciions, and il
worma cxist, they will ccrtainly bo cxpelled from
thesystem. Thc price is 25 ccnfs per bottle,
which biings il within tho mcans of all. Bo
sure lo get B.?A. FAiincsTOCK's Vermifugo,
and avoid all othcr.articles which are said lo bo
as good, as none of them have thc virtues ol thc
lVXifily, Grtm Co., Pa., May 11, 1843.
Mt. A. B. Fabneatock h Co.:
DcarSii I havc becn usine your Vcrmifuge
in niy practice for a numbcr of years, and find
it tbe mosl sale worm acstroycr inai i cvcr nac,
I was called toa child six or seven years old
in May, 1842. which was then in rpasms with
the aorms. Igave it a vial of your Vermifugc,
agreeably to directior.s, and Ihe child passod 440
worms. in a lew wceus, i gave n anouier viai,
and it nasaeil SOO more, making in all C40
worms. The child rccovercd imraeiiatcly, and
has enioed eood health evor smce.
I have prcicribed it in many otber cases, in
which it has brougbl away zuu ana juu worms.
Be verv eautlous totrel the eenuine 15. A.r an.
ncatock'a Vermifuge, and put no conGdeuce in
the stalement made by Comstock & Co., that
Kol?istock's is tho same as Fahnsloek's. It is
not tho same, and does not posscss .the virtues of
Cast Iron Bush for
This is rcgardcd, in parts of the country
where they have been, used as a very great
improvemcnt in grinding ali sorts ofgrain,
adding one fifth to the veloeity of the stonc
and onco sct, it will last as long as thc inill.
Bushes will be kept on hand ready to be
setforany who shall order them. The
suhscriber is also authorised to sell out thj
rigbt to districts and territories, for the
state of Vermont, and the northern district
ot ttie state ot New Xork.
Middlebury, Dec-lst, 1843. 31;tf.
WINTER SPERM OIL. The real "S
mon pure" for sale by
2; DCOKWFTB it Co.
'TlllH n!rnlpf1 nreDOrat.Oll has pciform
ed someof the most astonishing cures ofdis
eases that are recorded m the annais oi
for vears from various cbronic conslituttonal
disorders, afier tryin? different remedies,
snendinf thousands of dollars in traveling.
and doctering, and sufTering all that human!
natureis capable of enduring, have by the j
use of a few bottIes,entireIy recovereo uieir,0f Addison on thc 21st dajjof ' nnh
health. Chtonic Rheumatism, Scrofula or, a.tj. 1941. '
King's Evil Salt Rheum and Kmgworm, ui
cers and painful sfTcction of tl.e bones,UI
cerotcd Throal and Nostrils, Scurvy,Bils,
Chronicsore Eyes, Blotchesand various cu
lancous eruptioiis, are efiectually cured by iu
use; Diseases having their origin in an im
pure stats of the bbmd acd fluids generally
will be specdily and efTectuolly removid by
this invaluable medicine, as )ts operation is
peculiar, and consists in removing lhe cause
of disease by cntcring intothe circnlation &
passing through the generai system. Vhere
obslrusctions to its favorable operation exist
ihey are removed as il passes along the ail
mcntary canal; hence thepalient willfeel and
know the sensible operation ol rhe Sarsapa
rilla from its curative powers.
The following ccrtificatcs from individuali
who have suflercd with scrofula in itssevercst
form, are prescntcd for the carelul pcrusal ofthe
Efaex, Conn., July 25, 1843.
Mcssns. Sasds Gcnt.: About cight years,
since, by bemg overheatcd anddircclly afterex
posed, I wasseizcd with a severe cold, which
doranged the whole aystem. Puiple or livid
spots appcarcd on thc skin, attendcd with violent
pain of the head; the symptoms beiig alarming,
-, nl.Tsieian was called who r-rcscribcd bliatetinz
and leeching, which produccd partial relief.
Hard bony lumps formod under tho skin oa vari
ous patts of the body, and tho Doclor pronoun
ccd rny complaint hereditary Scrofula now for tbe
first time developcd. The following winter rny
sight failcd in both cyea; medical tid was again
rcsortcd to, which relieved my sight during the
summcr; my nose now began to inerease in siis
and the wLolebody rapiily cnlarged with a drop
sical swelling. The nose even grow very soie
and and dischirged profuscly the most loathsome
aubstance. My whole system was involved in
discaae; the lumps soilcned and diachargcd frcely
producing great debility; ulcers now broke out
on'.the logs, and lo compietc miscry, the musclcs
and sinews contrar.ted so that I was rendered
nearly helplrsa. I remained with little change
in this condition until lasl October, when I was
suddonly sciied with an indiscribabla sensaticn
which rendared me nearly unconscious, and my
friends supposed it was lhe will of kind Provi
encetorid meof jny sufieiings, but from tbis Iu
ccoveredonly to suffer on:the ulcers had be
come onc conlinuous eore cntirely raw.
It was in ihis condition I commcnced thc use
ofyours invaluable Sarsaparilla nhich I was in
duced to use from tho many remarkable cures I
saw published. Itcametomers someguardia.
angel; and Icac searcely tell wby, yet from tbc
moment I heard it mentioncd I was imprcsed
ully with tho bclief that this was lo bc tlie good
Samaritan formc and truly ithas wringhtwro'i
wondcrs in my caae. Afler using It a few days
my pains grew eaaiei, the swcihng of the body
and limbs went down, tho ulcers commenced
hcaling and I rcstcd well. Afler sufioring every
thing but the pains of death, how happy am I
and how gra'cful do I fecl lo ba able lo add an
olhcr tcstimonial to tbe effieaey of your priceless
Sarsaparilla: AIo.nissa Simmox.
Middlesex Co.ss Easex, Conn. July 25, 18-13
Personally appcarec the abovc-named Alonissa
Simmons, and made oith to the facts contained
in Ihe forcgoing stalement bciorc me.
Cokdon Smith, Justice ofthe Pcace.
Wc lhe subsciibers. being personally acquaint
ed with Mrs. Simmons, do not hcsilato to say
that wcconsidcr lhe abnve statement of hcr casc
substanliaily true and entitlcd loconSdcnce.
Reuben Post, Deacon Baplisl church
I IIiLt. Hatden, .Verchant,
Ciias. Greenleaf, Surg Dentiat.
A. F. WniTTESioni!, Post-mistrr. 1
REAfARKABLE CURE OF IIIP DISEASE. '
New York, July 26th, 1813.
Measrs. Sands Gent. My dauehter aecd six
years, was attacked with tbe hip disease when
two years old. and since then shn has becn
crowinggradually worse unti' rccently, and her
sufiering at intcrvals was most painful to bchold
and bafilM dcscriplion. Thc head ofthe hip
bone was thrown entircly out or placo, afler
which ma-.ler of puss formcd in lhe s-icket of
theioint.and formany month, in succesaion.
ahc wasent rcly dcpnved of all nalural lest
aao was rcuuceu to a mere sKcieton and very
often cxclaimcd, 'Oh mother, I wish it night'
pleasc thc 'Good Man' abovc to lake me nnto
himself.' It was my fervcnl pra)er l.er tuffer,1
mgs mipht be terminated and my anxious fears '
The Alroighty has proraised to be wilh us in
s.xirouoies.andln tbe seventhhewill not leave
verified in lhe present case.
Thrnnirl, II!. I
u.c...5a.mJOu ,u5.tumen aiii,,mycmiunves
-yes is rrsioreu to perwct hcallh.'ana i. a liv. KOYES late of Salisbury in said District. deceased
n g monument or the eflicacy of your health re-' makes application to said Court to hare tbe time al
storing Sarsaparilla. e had tried all remedies ' lowed hun tor the paymcnt of tbe debts ofthe rfe
within our reacb, had the bones once set, had it ceased cxtcndcd one year from Uie expiratioo cf
blistered and purgcd, withont cfll-ct. ho com-1 the timo lieretofore limitcd by tbis Court; Itis
menced Iho use of the Sarsaparilla in April last tbcrefore ordered.tliatsaid application be consider-
sndin less than a wcek therc was an evidcnt
improvement a discharge camo on Jrom tho hip
joint, and it commenced healingjtnd in lea s thin
two weexswas cntirely closed. During the
time of using the Sarsaparilla she passed large
quaiuuiea oi worms, wnicn aiaea materially io
haslening! lhe cure, She rapidly imnrovcd in
strength and health, her appetite increased and
she is nowentirelv reslorcd. and whollir
With the criteful feclines of a mDthirH h
and fdtber's joy, we subscribe ourselvcs yoar
friond, Whxiam s. Bailet.
No. 696 Fourth street.
Wethc subscribers beine neichbom io Wn.
liam and sarah Bailey, know lhe aboro state
ment in relation lo Iheir child and the cure per
formed by sand'e sarsaparilla to be sliictly truly
SCROFULA CURED OF SIX YJ3ABS
PhiladelDhia Jnlr 23. 1BJ1
Messrs. sandj, Gent In tbe month of Jnne,
1837, 1 wasatt.ckcd with cramp in Iho stomach,
induced by a sudden check of pertpiration. Bv
timely remedies I was relieved. hnt
had rcceived ashock from which 1 didnot recov.
;r. About two months aftcr this, a scrofula or
omp appeared cn my breaal. which .eraduallv
ncreased to the size of a her.'s eir?. and Ibxn
bccame exccssivcly painful. I tried different
paaaceas without deriving any benefit whatever,
and continuiag to grow worse, applied to a hom
ceopathic physician, who lefl me suflering more
tban he found mo. Tbe scrofula now appeared
in my righl knee and ancle;my legawelledto
fourtimes its natural size and threatened extens
sive ulceration, rendering me for years a helpless
cripple.the greater part of the time suflering ex
cruciating anguish, I now had recourse again
to the old practice, was eupped and blisteredv.
ry severely, but all lo no porpose.
uniD&XT agents oy suactal appojav
inentforth proprretors for MicWrhmTW
STATE OF VERMONT
A .1.1: T-;... .
Be il remembercd tbat al a Prclni. r
alShoreliam in and Ibr ibe DutrSct , Tf0? M.hoH,
thelSth day ofMarchAD 1844. o'-tddi), 0,
Lei O. Birclnrdadininutnitor of
NAOMI BIRtJHARI). hteof n-,i i sb!M.?U","
ceased movcs the Court Ibat partilion and .r-?-Uon
ofthe eatateof the drc.aied.bi ZZil Lt"1'
heira. of .aid dccea,ed, and ib,,' '
appointed for that purpo ; hi, tbertfore oS ,
tbatsaid adm!nitnitor git notice w a,i fert"'
inlerestedtoappcar bcfore sakl Conn
thereof to bcbeld atlheofSce ofUdntT' II
Esq. of said Shoreham on Thuridal die" 1 hl"?'
of April next at or.e o'clock m ,!,e abernoonV Iitf
time and place said Conrt will annoim
ioners to make cariltlnn JSi .naam-
publiabing a certificate codt of thij op.t.. '
- Northcrn ' 2t"?!,Pri?aid Mii
47 Attest, J. i,. Vushnell, Rcgl56r,
STATE OF VERMONT,
Diatrictof Addison, s.
oe it remembercd that at a ProbateCourr
-- heldatMiddlebury inand forthedKtrict
Alonzo E Ilildrcth adrainiatrator cf .:i
tate of MILO IIILDRETII htcofaaid Middlebury"
deceascd presenU his petilion inwriting prajicu for
licence to scll real crtatc of lhc deceascd for Uie pnr
pose of payiug tbe debts of the deceased and ejptn
ks ofadmidiftratora, and thcrcin Eeta forth ihe a
mount of debts due from the deceased and claru
of administration, tbc Talue ofthe pcrsonaletateani;
tbe aitnation of tbc real cstate, and that it is nee
essary to sell all tbe real cstate ofthe deceased for
Uie porpose aforeaaid; It is tlicrefore ordcred, iLaj
'aaid petitionbe considered at a session ofsaid Cocrt
to be held at the offie ofthe Rcgisttr ofsaid Coart ia
said Middlebury, on Tburaday the ISih diT of .tpril
next, at onc o'clock in tlie af.enioon; and that taU
adminislrator give notice thcrcofto all pcrsou inter
csted, tliat Uicy may appear and make thcir oljec
tion5.it any tbej may haie, to aaid licence leis
grantcd, By publisbing a certiCcd copy of this order ia tbe
Northern Galaxy and Middlebury People'a l'resi, a
newapapcrprinted at said Sliddlebury, threewcAi
juccessiveljTprctious to tbc session of aaid Conrt
J.S. BUSHNELL, Register
A true copy of record,
47 Attest J.S. BUSHNELL Registet
State of Veemost, )
Distbict or Addison, ss j
BE it remembered tlrat at a Probatc Court
bcld at Middlebury in and for thc District of
Addison ou tbe 21st day of March A. D.
Margery Nicliols, gnardian of CHARLES
NICHOLS AND CHARRILLA NICH
OLS minors, both ofsaid Middlebury chil
dren of Charles Nichols late of Gardiucr, ia
the State of Massachusctts deceased, repre
sents tbat it would bc conducivc to the inter
ests ofsaid minors to sell the following real
cstate betonging to tbcm situated in said Slid
dlebury to wit : a piecc ofland Iying onthe
north side of the highway Icadingfrom El
uathan Ilanimond's dwclling bousc to the
saw-mill Iately owned by Gardiner Carr, be
gining at the south-west coracr ofland Iately
owned by said Carr, runniug thence north 42
rods to a stakc, thence west 9 rods to a staie,
tbencc south to the north-west comcr of an
acrc lot formcrly dcedcd by Rob't Houston
to Juba Olmstcad, thence on the west line of
said lot to said Ugbway, thence on the north
line ofsaid highway 13 rods castcrly to the
placc ofhegining; and said guardian moves
the said Court to granther licence toscll the
said real estate of hcr said wards. It is therc
upon ordcrcd bysaid Conrt that sauLapplica
tion bc considered at a session of said Court
to be held at tbe ofiicc ofthe Registcr ofsaid
Court in said Middlebury ou Thursday tho
18th day of April next at ono o'clock in the
aftcrnoon, and that said guardian cause notice
therccf to bc given to all pcrsons iuterrsted
that they may appcar and make their object
ions if any they may havc to granting said
guardian authority and license as aforciaiil bj
publisbing a certificd copy of this order in the
Northcrn Galaxv, a ncwspapcr printed at said
Middlebury tbree weckssuccessively preioui
to tlic time oi saui uourr.
J. S. BUSHNELL, Registcr.
A true Copy ofRccord. 47
Attest J. S. BUSHNELL, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT,
District or Addison ss.
Be il remembered that &t a Probatc Court held tl
Middlebury in and for thc District of Addison on tU
. 2Sth day of March A. D. 1SII
I ElijahFootadminitrator ofthe eatateof RUSSEL
FOOT, late of Cornwall in said District deceased,
morca the conrt that parlition of die real cstate of il
deceased bc made to and among lhe beirs of said i!e-
.n.iewt nnjl llnl mmmii.innfr t annnlntcd for lliat
nnnvui-! Ii therplore ordi-red that raid administrs-
tor grie notice to all persons inlcreitcd to appcar le-
forc said Court at a scasion thereof to hc helJ at tlx
ofiiccof ihe Register of aaid Courtinsaid SHddfeUrt
on Thursday lhe 13th day of April next at 1 o'clock
in,llc aftcrnoon at nhich lime and placc thc saul
Court will appoint Cominiaioccra lo niakc pariitioti
of .a.d cstaie by pnbl.sl.ing n ccrtified er.W orj
, ',:moof Zfo Courl.
S Bushnell, llcz.
A true copy of Rtzord.
Attest J S Bushnell, Regxsler.
STATE OF VERMONT,?
District or AoDtfo.v, ss.
TtV It rnmnmlwrp(l. thnr nt n Prnhntt
' Court l,0d at Middlebury in nnd for the
olo 23th day of
i"urcu il. u.
' , ,;;, of ,he catato of HOLLAND V.
ed ata session ofsaid Court to bebeld at tbc oflice
ofthe Register of said Conrt inaaid Middlebury, on
Tburaday lhe lSdi day ef April next, at one o'cloct
ia the aftcrnoon; and that notice tbertof begiten l
all peraons intcrcated that they may appear and mali
iheir objections, if any they may have to said tirce
being cxtcndcd, by pnblithing a ccrtiCcd copy of lh
order in the Northcrn Gabxy, a newspn
per irintcd at Middlebury in said district
thrce wcekssuccessively, prcvious to tht
time of said court.
J.S. BUSHNELL, Register.
A true copy of record.
Attest, J. S. BUSHNELL, Reir. 43.
WTl h cubaerilri beln7 nnnointed bv tbe Hoo.
lhc probatc court for the district of Addison, Com
missioners to rccciie, examioe and adjuit all claimi
and demands of all peraons against the estate of
PLINNEY Sl ANARD
late of Wejbridje in said district deceased, repeseat.
ed insolrent, also all claims and demands exbibiud
in onset tlicreto, and six montns Jrom tbe Zlst uay ol
Maich 1S44 being allowed by said court for that por.
nose. we do tberefore cito notice lbat we will attend
to the buiincss of our said appointment at iho direl'
in; house of Timodiy Green in Wejbridjc on lhe
25th ilav of ADril.and25ih dav of Jnne lSlt.fromS
o'clock Am. tillfour Pm, oa eacb ofaaid daja.
Dated Weybridge, this 1st day of Apn',
Houso and Lot for sale.
AGOOD Two Story House, about 26 by
36, painted white, and a small barn, and
about half an acre of land situated on East
Street in Bristol Village, on which lot jj a
living spring of water which is offered for
sale. Very cheap and Iiberal terms of pay
mentwillbe allowed. It is the House now
occupied.by widow Henry Soper. For par
ticulars enquire of the suhscriber of said
Bri5t01' NATHAN DRAKE.
BriitoI.March 16th, 18-M.