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WBIGIIT & BUSII,
ARE now rccciving a gencral assnrf
mentof NEW GOODS, suited lo tlic wants of tbe
communily.uhicli with tlie f lock on hin d, is :ntenilcd
to crobracc every article desircd by our customcrs,
among uhich will be found various
XEWSTYI.ES of goods,
fur bidies drcsscs, sucli as: Aahprincs, orgnndies.
Dclaincs, mU5lina, launs &c. &c. Bonncts and
Kihbons a great varicty. Cloths and CaSsimercs
alargcstock. Summcr cloths ofccrysljle and
nriee. llardirare. Crockcrv and Glass irarc, Drtijrs
and llcdicines, Groceries, Paints, Oil, Iron, Slecl,
Nails, GUss, Dry Fish.Salinon, Salt Flour, Window
Sash, &c. i.
Tbcir ttock m fact, cmbraces cvcry article uiuallr
called for in thi3 scction of the couniry, li!cli will
hnml.l fnrrradvnav. or annroted ercdll in all cascs
ni Inw ns ran be nrocurcd in llie county. and Icss
where tlic cost nill Karrant it.
Shoreham, May 10, 1S44. 2
nr i.n, eI.t. Knll Hdus. Ilorse thocs.
Nails. Emlish. Gcrman east and spring Stcclfor
ealeby WKIGIIT and UUbll.
Shoreham, May 13.1S41.
Slins. Walkia? Shocs.Gaitcrs. Buokins, for ladies
and Jlisscs, Cbacl.s.nnd Boys Crogans, for sale by
Shoreham, May 14, '44. nglil y isusli,
200 pairs lliick and lliin, sole Leatlicr, nppcr Icath-
cr, and calukins for salc liy Wbichts tiPSll.
Vergennes, Starksboro' and Poultney, nt Jlanu
fictnrers prices. Weigut and Bostl.
May, 14, 1S44.
A FULL SUPPLY of Dry Groceries,
just rcccivetl aud forsale cheap, by
J. M. SLADE, & Co.
May 15, 1841. 23ra
Hoots and Sbocs. a largc n?5ortmcnt, frcsli
frora MarUet, for salc by
J. M. SLADE & Co.
May 13, 18 M. 23in
Calicocs, Tickincs, Cotton Clotli, Sum
mcr StttfTs for childrcn, togcthcr with a gen
cral assortmcut of statdeUry lioods tor salc
I.y J. M. SLADE, & Co.
May 15. 1841. 2 3m
Hinsdill's Family Flour, Supcrfine andEx-
tra, for sale by J. M. bLAUfc, CCt,o.
May 15, 1844. 2 3m
White and Ilcd Lead, Linsced Oil, raw
and boiled, and De StufTa, for salc by
J. M. SLADE, & Co.
for salc by
May 14, 1844. Urotrn $ Sheldon.
Onc Case Extra 1oleskin Hats. manufactured
Lccav & Co. Washington Sticet, the most fash-
ionable Hat storc in Boston, warrantcd lcttsr
ia quality ctu style Ihan thc Elm street Hats, for
s :ie by
May 15, 1844. Broitn $ Sheldon.
500 lla. Clicese a first ratc
W. S. Joii.nso
TOTI1E LADIES. '
Flowcr Seeds a nreat varicty for sale by
Z. IJECKWITH & Co.
April 8. 1844.
h' !" on. I.. n, 11 t
M IiikIip Inr n l iv
iraAUASOLS &C. A fine lot of l'arasols
-El aud L'lnbrcllas, just rec'd. at
April, 17, 1811. BIKGK'S.
130NNETS, and clcgant Rthbons and
Triuimiugs tlie newcst and most fash
lonablc style, just rcccived and otlcrcii vcry
Iow by A. I'KANUIS.
New Trcalmcnt ot'Consumption !
iJurAaji's Jlangarian lialsam of Life.
Prcnarcil in Loinlon, Enslancl, anil rec-
conitiieinlnl bv nll cf tlic mos-t celclirntcil
Plisicians in Europc. Solil wholcsalcre
tnif by RUSSELL & GUIDLEY, Mid
tllcljury. Agrnts for Addison County.
Jusl rcccived fiom Dr. Iluicland, infatorof
JJr. Taijlor s ISalsain oj JAVcncort, 37o Uoxo
cri. as a Cure fur ccnsumplion, Llccr Com-
p'.ainl, Paljialation of thc Ilcarl, lironcldlis
West Point, MarchOth. 1SI1
Dcar Sir; It is with the grcatest possiblc degrec
of h'.-artfclt gratitudc, and pleasing cmotions of
thc sonl, tiiat I atteui pt to east in my mitc, in fav
orof Dr. Daylor's Ualsam of Ltvcnvort. Ap
p xciating as 1 do, the rirtues of that exccllent
m-clicinc, anusyinpatuisingwnn, anu iecimg at
tlie very sonl, for tlloe w ho may bc afllictcd as I
was, I cannot anddo justiceto my own feelings
witbhold my inflnencc Irom urging suffering
Immanity, to make at least a trial of Dr. Dr.Tay
lor's Bafsam of LirerworL It is impossible for
lnj to describc to you what I have sufl'ered for the
pit-t 15 years. Whcn atout 18 years of age, I
was scizcd with a paralysis of the left Ieg, which
rTOfinedine tomy bed fora number oCmonths,
but by the untinng pcrsevcrance of my Physi
clan' I was partially reslorcd to healtb.
My Liccr and dicstire apparatu, and nervons
systeui in toto, sufforol from tlie attack mostse
verely, and I have cvcr bcen Sobjcct lotlie most
violent attacks of inflannnation of the Lircr, suf
fcring in the most cxi-raciating manner on taking
cold, was ncvcr frce from jiaiu in my i ight sidc,
accoinpaniedbynllihat host of ncrvous afleciions
which render life a btinlcn to all who are ebjects
of ils prev. In thK way I suffercd until the au
tumn of 1812, when I was seized wilh the billions
rcmitting fcver. My life was dcspaircd of for
.ome weckf, but by thc unyielding pcrsevcrance
of my physicians, I wab again partially restorcd
tohKihh. Btitmy liin; uuring my illncs, did
not escape with imr nnity. I was Uneatcned wilh
a tbickcningof thc micus membrane of thcBron
chia Itub(.s,my couh was exlrcmcly 5.cvcrc,grcat
tightnts across tlic chest, shortness of brcath,
and violcnt palpitatiim and sorencss in the inter
costal mnclcs, and consu'pation. somatimes.how
ever, diarhcca. Thc matter cxpcctorated assnm
edtheappccrance cf enuine pus, was occasion
ally strcaked wi:h Mood; with nothing but impen
ling DEiTit, I of course expectcd very soon to
staud at thc Bar of GoJ. In this condition I was,
whcn advised by a friend to trv Dr. Taylor's Bal
t.am of Livcrwon, (;"roni 3j IJowcryj'N. Y.) 1
didso, and lcfore orc ltttlc was gone I was ex
tirelt r.r.sTOREn, but lcing too ambitious I cxpo-!
rd myself, and was pgain taken alarmingly 01.
I lost my recolkction so far that I could not re
member my transrcti.ms from day to day, and
scarccly the names of my childrcn. All the symp
tonsof coasmnpiion retumcd withalmostrcdoub
led furv; I then woiit to i'aratoga springs where I
spent the summcr, but without the least advan
tagc when I reti!me3I wasso troublcd with pal
pitation that it mrnv times threatened immediatc
suflbcation. I asi'n bad rccourse to Dr. TayloPs
Balsam of Liverwjr;, (from 375 Bowery,) and
by its continucd uc, I ain nowalmost entircly re
storcd lo hcahli. I have occasionally made use
or it in my praciicc, and that with markcdadvan
Wge. Idcclare m.-sclt to be an cnemy to all
qnacks and cnrc-U mcdicincs, but so fully con
vincedam Iof thcvirtuescf yonr medicine.it is
my candid belief that if the Faculiy would make
use of it, inconncction with tho remedicsalrcady
in thcirhanas, lessby far would be the viclimsof
thaldreaatul mvjase rtcnominated Consnmption.
If, sir, what I have written will be of any advan
tagc to yoo, or t" sntTering humanity, rou are at
perfcct libcrty to n.-c it.
Yours with mnch estcem,
Slgncd, A. B. HOWLAND, M. D.
licu-are of cour.tetfeits, the onlv cenuioe has
an enraved laVel (over thc outsidc wrappcr of
eaciiuoiuewun mesignaiureot ur.UUKUOK
J. LEEDS altacheJ, anl is forsale at thc original
offiee, 375 Bowcrj'. N. Y. and bv Sidney Moodey
-Wddlebury, Vt. Price reduceH to Slio tmdSl
perb&Ule. j w
STATE OF VERMONT, )
Distnct of New Haven, ss. )
Rb it remembcrcd that at a Probate Conrt, hol-
den at Bristol, within and for the distrlct of New
Haven, on tlie 4tu oay oi iuay, mn,
Aninstruinent purporu'ng to be the last will and
tcstament of WINTHROP DOAV, lateof Lin
coln, in said district dcceased, was prcsented to
said Court for probate, by the pcrsons thercin
n.imcd as Execntors. whercnpon said Court
ordercd the said Execntors to notify all persons
conccmed toappcarat aprobale Court to benoid-
ofjunenextal 10 o'clock A. M., at the offiee of
the Judgeorsaid Court, thenana there to maKe ,
thcir oWectionsto the probate of said will if they
derin the NortheraGalaxy anewspaper printed
at Middlebury m mc uouniy cu iiuuibun uiiuc
wecks successivly previous to the timo of said
H. MU55ILL, Jud"e.
A true cooy cf rec.ird. 2
Attest, H. McsiLL Jud"C.
STATE OF VERMONT,
Distrlct of New Haven, ss. i
Bc it rcmcmbercd, that at a Prohalc Court hol
den at Bristol, within ahd for the district of New
Haven on the 4th day of May, 1S11.
Tlie Administrator on uie esiate oi juxiix j
HILL latc of Starksboro in said district dcceased j
prescnted his pctition in writing praying for li
ccnse to sell rcal estate of said dcceased for the
nurnose of navin;; the debts arninst said estate
andeipensesof Administration, and thcrein sets
lortn the amouzt oi ucdis uuc irom inc aeccaseu,
andchargesof Admini-tralioD, thevalueof per
sonal estate and situation of the real estate, and
that it is nccessary to sell all the real estate ot uie
deceased (cxccpt the widow's dower) togcther
with the revcrsion of said dower, for the purposc
aforcsaid; itis thercforeonlered that the said pe-
tiuon Lc consideea at a session oi sam counio w
holden on the first Mondav in June ncxt at 10
o'clock A. M. at the offiee of the Judcrc of said
Cburt and that said Adniinistrator give notice
thercof to all pcrsons intercstcd, that they may ap
pcar&makc theirobjeclions,ifany they may have
to the granling of saidlicensc.by publishinacer
tified capv of this order in the Northem Galaxy,
a npwspaper printed at Middlebury in the Coun-
lo the ume ot sam uoun.
IIAUVEY MUKSILL, Judgc,
A true conv of record
Attest II. W UNSILL, Jud-c. 2
THE Suhscribcr Iias taken tho Store iu
Monkton llorotigli, rcccutly occupied by J.
Jlincr tc Co. and is now roccivingand open
ing a splcndid stock of New Goods, recently
i , xt i i m
purcuascu in ictv xutk ami lroy, compris
ing almost cvcry varicty usually Kept in ;
couutry btorc, consisting ot
Groceries, llardxtarc, Crockcry and Glass
ware, Vtus, Mcdicincs $r J'ainls, Lin
ceed (f Lamp Oil, Cul llroughl
Nails, Vindow Glass, Pully
Cod Fish, Maclurcl, Livcrnool Salt.
A L S O ,
which hc intcnds to kccp constnntlyonhand,
aud sell at 12 1-2 ccnts advancc 'from thc
Ile would say to hisformcrfricndsand the pub
Iic Ihat hc designs lo kecp a good supply of all
tlie articles wantcd by the pcople, and to sell as
cbcanascan bc obtained at anv othcr store in
the Statc for Casb. and on the most accommoda-
tmg terms for othcr pay oron short approved crcd
it. Plcase call and cxamine for yoursel ves. The
Eeople of Starksboro' and cspecially thosc who
avc bccn in the hal.it of trading with him in
New Haven, are rcspeclfully invitcd to call.
T. C. SM1TH.
Monkton, May 8, 181 1. 2
MiSff. Loouis, 4 Miss. Donsinc, have ojcncl
a tliop Eccond door North of thc Cbngregational
Mecting Houc, uhcrc they intcnd lo carry on tlie
bu3inei.a ofMHIiners aml Manliiamakcrs. tlicv have
ti, i t.'i.: ..t.:-i. i. i J- .i
most approrcd Etjlc auddispatcli, Uiey solicita flnre
oi i aironagc 4o:lf
Sonfl Oll 500 DUSHELS Oats
wttu vclis. a good article to sow
1 On BUSI1FLS CORN.
Apiil lst. 1814.
The subscribers are now receivins: theirS'nrine
and Summer Goods, which for variety, amount
uiim.uwi iiWj.inimuL ciceuueti, 11 l'UU211CU.
l.,--i,.i- ,.r . 1- .1 - -.' 1 '
"J i-iwviv vji t;iM 111 11113 litUllty.
Z. BECKWITH, & Co.
May 4, 1811. '
Arrival jWo. 2.
Geailcmcn's Moleskin, Lohorn, and Palm Leaf
KROWK & SHELDON, have iust re-
ceivcd a gencral assortment of Goods for the
seasnn, including English, German, and Fan-
cy Llotus and t;assimcres; Docskins.Swccds
Gauibroous, crc; richSatinand SilkVcstings,
Calicocs, Balzorines, Lawns, &c. &c, which
will bc sold cheap tor cash.
Apnl 7tu, lt44. 1
CRAVATS. Gent's silk and satin Cra-
vats, Ladies' Cravats, Ulk. Ita). Cravats; Pa
tent ubber Braccs, Silk Suspcndcrs, &c.
for sale by
liKOWN & SHELDON.
tVpril 7th, 1844. i
DONETS, Florrnce. Sir.nv nii iln
D Cyprus, and Palm leaf Bon'ncts, just rc
ccived at STEWAUT'S.
OLD, nnd Younff Hvson. Hvson Skin.
and Black Tcns. Loaf, Lump and Crown
csugars, tnolasscs, Coffics, Ricc, Raisins.
Spicc?, and pcpucr, foi sa'o unusunllvlow
10 tfIncoo ladies, Misscs and cbil
J.V USCis drcJ3 Shoc3 aIld haIf
Gaiters. Also Mcn's Calfskin Bootaof thn
most fashionablc style and bcst manufact
ureatrcduccd j)riccs,just rec'd by
URTA1N Muslius, Cambrics, Fringcs.
Furnitttrcs nnd Connernlntcs i
b3 A. FRANCIS.
CASES Parasols nnd Umbrellas, just
rec'd and cheap enongh by
I1KUUKE11Y nnd Glass Ware.
J new 6tock of Hardwarc now
JT UST RECE1VED The AsencvofDor. '
lluchan's Hdscauun Balsam for Ad-
dison County. At j
RDSSEL & GRIDLEYS. '
VERGENNES AMD TROY LiHE.
M. D. IIALL & Co.
THIS line of Bo-iW will be iti first rato re
pair at tbe openiig oi' Navigalioo and will com
raenco running to and Irom Troy & Vergennes.
Leaving Vergennes eyerT Tuesday and Satur
day morning at 7 o'clock A. M., and Troy eve-
rv Wedne.day and Situtday at 3 o'c ock P. M.
"'B"'. biukk. "j "f- v.
of Etartmg. Frcight lo be shipped from Ver-
eennes musi be on uoam xae oay previou'.--,
Passengera travelling South will find tiiw a.
cuui auu cumtuiem iuui ca -. i
and no pains will be spared torcnderthem com- ,
fortable and satisfied. T he Proprietore of tniJ
i"ine hopo and believe inai tna prorapmc
drspatch. that Good aro shipped by this lm
w'" ensuro thcm a full ahare of Publ.c Patron-
. n . r. . . . .
11. UUAt'.UAIM, KB"'-
M. D. IIALL, Aecnt.
25 River Street up Stairs Troy, N. Y.
VcrgcnWM, April 1st 1844
VERGENNES & BUFFALO LINE.
TBE CANAL PACKET,
CAPT. F. M. SIIAW.
WILL comnianre hcr trtos on tlio 30lh jfpril
between this CmV and Uuflulo N. Y.
Runninc day and nichl a9 fbllows i
Leave3 VergcuDes, Lcayes BufTnlo,
April 30 Ainy '3
Mny 23 June iu
6 Aug, 19
5 Scpt. 16
1 Oct. 14
G9 Nov. 11
This Pucket will ho In first rato order for
thc nccoimnodatiin of Pa3jcigers nnil
freight. Will leavo Vergennes at 7 o'clock
in the morning, toweil by Stcatn i?oat to
Whitehall. Frcight must hc on board tho
ilny previous. Those movimj or visiting
their fricnds in the far West will find this
thc mot cxpcdition. and at thc sanie timj
thc cheapest route they can takc. Thosc
who chooso to doso, can havo cvcry facilt
tv for Uoardin" tliemsclvcs. Duc attcntion
will bc paid to all n.tssenzcrs by a carcful
Cnptain nnd crcw. For furthcr particulars
K. CHAPMAN, Acnt, Vcr;cnncs.
JOY & WEBSTER, .
WM. STIMPSON, $ liuuaio
Vcrjeiineg, April 1st 1341.
Farm for Sale.
Lying in New Ilavcn, 011 thc Bcech liill
road, ncar the gcographical ccntrc of thc
town; and onc aud a liall milcs south of tlie
mecting house, aud six milcs north of Mid
dlebury, aaiu farm contams one hundrcd
and scvcnty-five acrcs of land,with cqual pro-
portion ot pasture, nieauow, and wood-Iaud
n well watcred with ncvcr-faihng springs;
besidcs two streama of water coinin; to the
yards, and a first rate well of water ncar thc
house. On said farm 13 growmg an orchard
of asjrood craftcd fruitas therc is in Addison
County. Therc is growing ou the farm four
kmas ormulborry, with lohagc sullicient to
fccd 20 or 35,000 worms. Thcre is on the
prcmiscs a twu story du elling house, with
two large harns, a borsc stablc, and wagon
shed sufiicient to store eight or ten tous of
hay, aud othcr out huildicgs. For furtlicr
particulars inquirc of thc snbscribcr on thc
premiscs. HARVEY 110 VT.
New Haven, April 13th 1841. 50; m3
rlUJLL.O W WALIU, &c.
The Subscribcrwill kccn onhand a full and
complcte assortmcut of STO VES, of thc most
approved l'atlcnis. Togcther with a general
assortment of TIN, COPPER & SHEET
IRON WARE, which will besoldat a grcat
rcductioii from roriner prices. Also PRE
MIDM EAGLE PLOWS.cotuniu Worces
ter Mass. supcriorto any thing of the kind,
cvcr ofibrcd in thcso parts. Also Sash, Door
Blinds &c. manufactured in Brandon.
J. B. W1LSON.
In thc green Store, formcrly occupied by R.
TO1T ACKBll EL Codfish and Tahlc Salt of
J-'-K- supcrior qinlity, for sale nt.
TRUSSELL .S- GRIDLEYS.
Dcc. 4, 1S43.
The subscribcr would respcctfully infonn Ihe
pnblic that he has commenccd mannfacturing, in
thc Woolen MU1, formerly occnnicd byEdward
Jcwett, at New Haven East Milfs, and employed
thc bcst workmen.pnt his machincry in thorongh
repair, and is in readincss, to receivc, and manu
PLAIN CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. AND
On reasonable terms, by the yard, oron sharcs,
which hc pledges himself shall be done in the bcst
manner, and to the satisfaction of all who may
favor him with their patronage. The subscriber
will give strict, and constant personal attcntion
to the buciness; and from the long cxperiencc he
has had as a manufacturer, hopcs to receive a
liberal share of the pubiic patronage.
N. B. Cloth dressing done as usual, and in as
good style as possible. E. P.
New Haven East Mills, April 2d, 181 L 43
rpHE subscribers would res
pcct fully inlorm thenenplc
of Middlebury and vicinity.tliat
tney nave lormeu a fertncr-
shin under the firm of
McKANNA & SPENCE,
for tho purpose of carrying on
In all its various branchcs, at the sbop re
cently occupied by RuIufT Lawrencc, on
tho Vergennes roau. iney will do alt
kinds ofiobs in their line of business in a
faithful and workman-like manner, having
been aiways engagcdin this branch of trade.
T? :n., ,llfn. m-i 1
EspcciallJ they will
aliy tney wtii
in tho most approved modern style.
rrl.nl. nrtrnc ivill bn tnndprntr. nnrl ron.
arc now openiiifrl x., " , 7 . i i
A. FRANCIS ,sonablc, and by constant and nssiduous at
' ! tcntion to thc profcssion they hopo to be fa-
vorcd with a iair proportion ot pubiic pat-
Middlebury, Apiil 15th 1845. 50jtf
Mns. RiwsoN & Sister would infonn the La
dies and Gentlemen of Middlebury, that they
have removed to the hoase oppoite the iBaptist
MeeUng Ilouse, formeily occnpied by Elder
Kingshury, where theydesign lo conUnue the
Tailoressand Dress-making bnsiness also all
Tbis day rec'd 1000 lbs. Frcah Confection
arics, from thc Manufacturer, for sale by
- CYKUS RUSSELL.
SAOOLE & HARNESS
rpHE tubscriber, at his old stand
i- n the brick building onc door
SS1 north ofdie Conrt House, has re-
ceivcd 1ns winter ttocK irom m.iorK
and Albany, out of which be will
uianufacture and kcep constantlyon
Imnil or make to order on short no
tice, Uie following articles, vii:
BRIDLES & MART1MGALS,
Common doublo and singlo tinncd and
iappaned barncsscs malleable tip't tung 5
Brasa and Silvcr mounted coacli, gig
and waggon harnesses of dilTcrcul
stylo mour.tings & construction,
Carpcl bags and vnliccs of
different matcrial and fash
ton, Frcncb folio brass
rivitcd iron framo
Trunks ; Imitalion
folio, and a largo
sizo and quality of
bag top and common plain Trunks.
m- Pnrrinn trimminir done in n neat anJ work-
msnltlc m.innrr all kinds of icpairs in liii line
..t d.nrr noitre. The above and all otbcr arti
in his line of tusiness will be manufactured out of
as good jSlock as can be bad in market, and tom
asclieap for cish or most kinds of producc ae can
be purcha&ed in this Scction of the country of the
san-c qualily. Persons wishing to pnrchise any
nnirlo in hia line of busincss will do wcll to call
and exnmin'3 prices and work as hc intcnds tokccp
n Lirso assortment constantly on hand. Credil
given if rcquircd.
AUoa cood anil well Selectcd assortment of Sad
dlery Iiard ware difTerent Patternsof Brass Silver
Finc .Malleable tin't tun; and all kinds of com
mon ware. Coacli lace Ivcry Rinjs Curled
hair. Opcn and Round Bclls Ilorse Cards. Cnr
rv and Manc Combs, Ilorse Brushcs, Neats foot
Oil anda cood assortment of Wliips & Lafahes.
Patent Leather Cap fronts and bands &c. which
will bcsold as cheap for Cash as cau bc liad this
sldcif Troy. O. II1LL.
Middlebury Dcc 27, IS43.
THC VOICE OFTHE PEOPLE,as wcllasof
cxperiencc, has alwaysbccn dccisite in favor of
PIICLrS' TOMATO PILUS. They have been
in gencral use as a Family Slcdicine, for firc years,
d'lnng which timc, more than a million of atilict
cd oncs IiaTC cxpcricnrcd their liealing virtucs.
From Maine to Georgia, and from tbe cea to thc
Rocky Alountains, may be hcard tbe voice of crat
itude C'T delireruncc from EutTcring, by this thc
Peoplcs1 remedy ; nnd in evcry Iiamlct are living
witnesscs ablo to tell of their delirerancc from
dealh by this valuable remedy. Were nll thc tcst
raony publishcd. which tlie I'roprietor has rcceired
concerning the good cltects ot uis Dleuicine,
would convince the most sccptical. Cases almost
inauin -rable of Dyspcpsia, Jaundicc, Bil'ous Fc
icrs, and Livcl Affcctions, R umatism. pains in tlic
back. sidc, loins and limbs, acid stomach, gravel,
habitual costivcncss, aick headachc, colds. coiHis
and lung feTer, scroftdous discascs, ulccrs and tu-
mors of long standing, &e , have becn cured by
thcsc Pills alonc, and the testimony rccordcd with
propcr Touchers i. and it isconfidcnllybclLicdthU
nocseot the aoore complaints can nilhstand a
pcrsevering nseof the Pills so say thc Physicians,
Pntup in Boxcs, iriih thc si;;naturc of G. R.
Phrlps, M. D., on the side labcl.
Bcu-arc of imposition ! Many are basc cnough
to trv to im'tate this remedy. Be pai ticular to gct
the genuine. and you w ill not be disappoinlcd in
Aoests ! rcvcr buy of FcJdlcrs they are
ncvcr allowcd to carry tlio genuine Pills. Scnd
your orders to the Proprietor, Hartfoid, or sorae of
his gencral Agnts, who arcappointcd by him.
at 226 Main street Hartford.
Sidney Moody, Middlebury,
Volncv Itoss. liramlon.
Huntlcy & Higgins, Salisbury,
A Fann Iying on New Haven
rivcr, containing bctwccn one
hundrcd aud twcnty and onc
hundred and fortv acrcs of tlic
very bcst of land ; thcre are two barns. For
ty or more acrcs of said farm intcrval, thcre
is a finc crovc of nine timber fit for shinzlcs
and boards, a largo qnantity of hemlock for
fcuciug tiinhcr, also a quautity of black ash
for rnils, and a good supply of wood for fncl.
The farm will be sold cheap. Time givcu
for paymcnt of two thinls of the purchasc if
rcquircd. For particulars iuquirc ofMartin
IJorrnnce, of Mtddlebnrv, 3Ir. Jcmson
Alcrritt of New Ilavcn, uho have carricd ou
said farm ; also Charlcs Linslcy Esq., or to
tne suuscnucrat linstol.
JOS. C. BRADLEY.
Feb. lltb, 1844. 41;tf.
THE subscribers respeclfuljy inform tlie
pubiic that Ihe Marble wmks lately oc
cupied by Casii & Spaldinr, arc now in.on
eratioo, and they ate preparrd to furnish all
Sawcd Marble, caps and sills,
at short notice.
Kept constantly on hand.
GIBBS & CHITTENDEN.
Middlebury, July 1 9, 1843. 3 Ijy 1
The subscribers would respectfally inform thc
inhabitants of Middlebury anJ v icinity that they
will continnc thc business of Carding Wool and
dressing cloth during the wlnter at their stand in
Vergennes formely occup'ed by E. Ehcrill Esq.
ool or cloth scnt by atage or otncrwise will
be promtlv executcd.
lancy dyingsncuasladicsworsteddresscs also
attcnded to as usual. JEWETT & BAKER.
Vergennes Dec.26, 1343.
Thc subscriber continucs to givo Mcd
ical instruction, designcd by panicular at
lcntion to indieenous medical Bolanv. and
to tho nrincipal nractical subiecls of ncne.
I ral Therapeutics, to adapt the course to the
'requisites of those who intcnd to bccomo
i 1 ti ...
IIc has cngoged S. Pcarl Lathrop, A. M.
M. D., to instruct in natural science, and
in human and comparatice Analomy.
Gentlemen who dcsire may have admls
sion to the Lcctures given io the College
on Chcmistry, Nalural History and Philos
ophy. JONATHAN A. ALLEN".
Middlebury, Dcc 20lh 1843. 33;tf.
Jor thc consumytioii of thc Lungs!
THE bosl nedicine known to man for In
ciptent consumption.asthma of every stoge
RlccdinfTof Ihe luntrs. couchs, colds. livcr
complaint, and all disoases of ihe pulraon-
Naturfs own frescnvtion. j kuiu
pound Halsamic preparation of ihe Pkun
ds Vikginiana. or Wild Cherry Ilark ,
combincd with tho oxtrar.t of tar, prepar-
cd by a new chemical process, atiprovcd
nnd rpcommonded bv tho mosl distillguish-
ed physicians, and universally ajknowl
nricnrt thRtnnst vn uab o mcatcino cvcr uis
No auaclerv! No Decevlion!!M pub
lishcd stalemonts of curcs perforn.cd by
this mcdicinc. are in cverv respect tiue,
De carcful and cet tho cenuino 'L(r. Ikis
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,' as spurious
imitations are abroad.
Orders from any part of tho ountry
should bo addressed lo Isaac Dutta, TIo 125
Fu'ton street. New York. RU5SJI, and
Gridlev, Chemis's u Druggists, Acckts
F. Huntington, Vergennes.
INDIAN VEGETABLE F Lt.Sj
fncnHOUGH many mcdicincs .'ia c been
cj bcforc thc pubiic for a tnu h longer
neriod than WrichCs Indian. Vfxttablc
Pills, yct none stands now in hig' et repute,
or has moro tapidly attained a . i n hold
upon pnpular cstimation. Tlie tiioJsands
that have uscd thcm throughout tho lcngth
nnd breadlh of the rcnublic, all bear cncer
ful testimony to their thorovgh ejjicacy and
mild operatiun when employed in the-most
.. . t- , . , , n . i ? t...t
uistrcasinc uisorucrs 'wiucii uest is uci
Tho thcory of discase on which Wrigh'J
Indian Vccetablo 1 tls aro loundcd is lin
viz; iat there is onlu one ptimary cause
of oil thc disordcrs ihnt afllict thc human
family, and that is corrupt humors; or. iu
other words impwtln ot lSIood. 1 h
principlc is now so generolly admittcd that
it may in fact bc said to be sustained by
an timveisahtv of optnton, tho lew dtssen
tors constituting but a vcry fccb'c minort'.y,
It is usclcss, tlicrcfotc.to discuss thc sound
ncs of this thcory in this placo atid con
Thc one disease vrinciple being udinit
ted, tho mode of attack profcssed by all
practitioners bccomes fhe samc namrly
pdrgation. Itut muny of the so-called spe.
cifics noiv herorc the pubhc, producc omy
one form of puraation: they are nitlier iau
dorific, cathartic, Diuets or e.vpectorant
Wnsht's Indian Vegelabto Pills cumbiu
nll lhc-c propcrtics, t aro thereforc calcu
laled to attack tlice lcmcuts of discase nt all
poiuts, and by a harinonious and conibined
opcrat.on to c.xpi-1 it radically fiom thn sys
tcni. Their effcct is almost mngical, and
is no lcss astonishinr; for its milducs than
its cfficacy. Both sclcs, and all agcs tnay
cr.iploy thcm, according to thc directtons.
without fi-ar, for wlnlo they aru cerlaiti lo
curc all discascs that arc remcdiablc, they
nctcrinflict an tnjury upon i'ic systcm
Tho pcrfict safety of tho incdicine is nn
other all importaut quality, and ouo which
has contributcd niorc than any thing clsc to
its cxtcnsion and popularity.
In n word, this mcdicinc cninmcnds itself
strongly to the patronage ot thc iublir,nnd
its use tmls tair to uccoino beloru long, al
The citizcns of New Eusland nro res
pcctfully informed that in conscqucncc of
thegrcat popularity which wnglit s Indian
vesctaule rills have carncil uy thciraston
ishinggoodncss, n gang of Countcrfcitors
are now inuusinousiy cngagcii in paimiri"
onthe unsitspccting, a valuekss nnd pcr-
Inps uaii"crous incdicine, un.lcrtlic namc
of Indian Vcgctablc Pills.
This is to inform tbe pubiic, that thc genu
ine mcdicinc has on thc boxcs,
"Wright's Indian VcgctablcPiils
or the North .2mep.icak Coli-ece or
And also around the border of thc lnbcl
will bc found in small tvnc, "Entcred nc-
conling to thc Act of Congrcss, in theycar
1840. bv WilliainWnsht, inthe LJIerk's of-
licc, ot tbe district lourt ot tho castcrn tlis
rict of Pennsylvania.
Ihctiulilic will n so rcmcmucr that al
whosell thc genuine Indian Vegetablo Pills
arc provulcd with a ccrtilicatc ot ngency
William Wriglit, Vicc Prcsidcnt
OF TI1E NORTH AMEBICAN COI.LEGE OT
nnd that pcdlcrs are never in any case nl
loucd to sell tho gcuuine medicine. All
travclling Acnts will be prcvided wilh a
ccrtificate ofAgency as abovo dcscribed;
and those who cannot show onc will be
known as base impostcrs.
l hc lollowinK hisjhly rcspectablc pcrsons
have bccn appointed ngents for tbe sale of
tlic anove natneu.
WrishVs Indian Vegelalle Pills.
or the north amecican college or
RUSSEL& GR1DLEY, Middlebury.
Needham and Dcnnis, East Middlebury,
P. W. Collius,
B. F. Hnskell,
S. L. Spraguc,
A. P. Roscoe,
Munson cy Dean,
Shalts S: Webb.
S. S. Johnson,
Iluntley Js Higgins,
John Simonds 2I,
Tupper & Brcakneridgc; St irksborough;
P. Fletcher J- Son,
Wripht Cf Busb,
John Simonds Jr.
Nearing &nd Catlin,
V. Chipman 6Lo. "
J O'LNGDEY. Travcling Act.
The only Offiee in Boston where the Indian
Vegetablo Pills can bo obtained is at
198 Tremont Street 198
Principal Officr ano Gencrnl Dcpot,160.
Spruce street, Philadelphitr. Bdily
and changcs of Tcmperamcnt.
WATER u:ust be adaptcd to tbe fOesh, or
there will be iiO ptoiagatioo" of tlie picies.
The eoiI must be adaplea to tne sero. ur u.ctu
will be lo iucrease. Tbe climate mut nave
those matlers m it wliich which will unne anu
kcCD alivo rpidemical or conlagicus poisons, or
. .... ' :.l I - 1..... ih.l
tney will oeconie exiinguiaiiL-u.ua a idim, m
is unsupplicd witli oil. So Iikewisc witli the
Honnn Iramc; It cannot be matcrially aficct-
ed by epidcmical or contaguus maUdus unless
there bc those matlers floating In thc circulation
"bich ofTer .he appropriale soil. By punfying
our bodies wilh ihe BnASDnETit PiL,i.,which
have aflliilly with those impurities upon which
contagion lecds, ne may aiways teei secure
whatover diseasps may rage around us. True,
ne. mar have it, but it will be Ihe affair cfa
dav or two, while thosa who have bcen too wise
ID US3 11IS simpic anu ;Ai.ciii:iib icuicuy, CI1UK1
die. or have wecks, perhaps months of jickness.
Sudden clianges from hot to chilly weather
are unfavorable to healtb, and it is a fact uni-
ve'sdly admilted, tbat hcat and moisturc are
powerful cgents in prcducin disease, and that
constant drt and can tant wet weather atc
both favorable to ils ccneralion: it does notsig
nifv WiiiT we call it: it mav be azue: it may
hn Hvsentarv: diIiouj lever: 11 mav oe uroncui-
tis; it may becholic; it may be consumptionof
tlie bowels; it may Doinuammation oi ino dov
els, it may be icflanimition of thc stomach; it
mav ba neivous ifiection;bul slill itis disoase,
and a disease curable by Brandreth Pills, be-
cause thev rcmovo all imnuritics from tho bocy
Il'that can in any mannr fced the furthcr
progress of the malatly no niatterhowcalled;
tnus liiese pills ate not oniy tne mosi piopcr
medicine, but generalli- Ihe only msdicnie tiiat
nccd oro-Jffht to be used. At the prescnt timc
it is cvcry mar.'s duty who wishesto sccuro hin
heallh to use them, it is the duty of every one
who knows anythinz of their heallh rcstorinjr
powcrs, to make it known in his immediate cir
c!e. For thero are some alarmin? sizns, which
tell of tho app.-oach ofdiseases. Tbe sudden
chan?csof tcmnernmfnt are moro to bc feared
and guarded against thanany conlsgious malady
The I.ipluenza has left many in such a
state of weaknes that thcre is in them a ereil
susceptibilily to bc atTected by thcse changesof
tne atmospnrre and contagioos maiauics; uui
by the timcly nso of Bratidreth's Pill cven now
this susceptibilily can bc in a great xcasure
icmoved, and powcr given to tho systcm lorc
sist these morbfd noiscns. and tho sudden chan-
ges in Ihe weather with which it may bc bro't
in contacl during thc ne.t 50 days. iMaturc nas
tcrmed thc boncls for thcevacualonot au un
hcalthv humcrs.and if man would but usj com
mon sense. he would lake care tlicv pcrformed
this ofSco failhfully. If the bowcU are out of
order if tooslowor to fast. a fw doses ofBran
drcth's Pills will bring thcm to order. Isk the
man who was dying from couslipated bowols
what cured him he tclU vou. Brandreth's Pill.
Ask him who had had dysentary forsix months
and evcrv remcdv luil fniled: ho nill also tell
you tho lirandrcth Pill cured him in a wcek.
So with othcr discascs. Tnelve Brandreth
Pills, rul.bed down in balf a piut of molasses,
cured a little bov of an ulcer of thc face uhicl
which a dozen doclors had tned to curc, but
could not: tbe poor narents would have irivcn
half they were wortli lo have lisc it cured, but
every liti'g they tried did no good, until they
gave ita leaspoonfull ofmolassss cvcry day, in
1-2 a piot of nhich tlicv had rubbcd down 12
Brandreth pills: bcforethc whole of the molas
scs was taken the ulcer was cured. Aud ycl
toaic foolisli pcoule call Brandreth's pills nuack
medicine. It nould bj'well if thcre were a fcw
more ucb auack mcdinincs. Will all you
prctcnded Sarsaparilla Cmnpounds cure like Ihe
Erandrcth's pills' Can tticy scnd you to i cr
sons cured as Dr. Brandreth can? Can they
point out to you people who had becn lielplrss
Irom pilisy and St. Vilas " uance
who have bcen cured bv their rcmelii'S? I
they cannot, Dr. Brandreth can Can they
point out tojou a persn who for twentyyear
liad ncvcr had a stool wilnoul having useu inu
icidn or mcdicinal nieans. an J whom tho Bran-
pills cun d, in a inonth, and gave lii'n as hcaliby
cvacuations,as he bad wncii ho was a cnuu.
If they cannot, Dr. Uundruth can.
The UitAMinETii Pills not onlv cure, all
cutable discasev. but it can bo dcnonstiated
that bv their limclv ujc. thev must infallibly
cure, In a very sllort time, Dr Brandreth will
biini belbri! thc i.ublic a conccntralion of thc
virtucs of the Biandrrlh pill?, both i:i tho fiom
of pills, and in thefluidaiid thcn he willexplain
thereason of the cures Ihat must necessaril)
be tlic rcsult of using Brandretuian Rem
edies, whether they bo intcrnal orcxtcrnal or
external. 1 have iust rcccived ihe cae oi a
medical gentleman, who rcsHes in Sbrrbrook
Canada, who for twenly year3 was sorrly af
flictcd with a disease. which camo out in blotch
cs and scabs all over his body This gentleman
sofarforcot his rreiuiliccs which too often
curse his profc-sion, as to opply psrsonally to
ur. iiranurein, anuii's cuurse provcu a nappy
nne. Within six months he was entircly cured
of his niiscrablc and tormcnting disease by the
uso of the Brandreth pilN. This valuable mc-l-
cin is forsale at Dr Brandreth's Offir.c, 2ll
Broadiva-, anil 27G Boweiv, nnd 18!) 1 2 Hud.
son street, at 25cls pcr box, with full dircclions
Bo carclulyou get the genuine; obscrve sixsig
naturcs of Dr. Brandrelh on each box Ihrco
B. Braiuirctli and tbrce Benjamin Brandrelh.
List of Aeenls.
The followinir are tho onlv authorizcd ai;cnts
forthe Brandreth pills and Linamcnt inAddison
Co. Jo.va. Hagab, Jtiiddlebuiy;
Simon Tafl. Whiting:
Sbolcs& Webb, Ferrisbur,;IiI
Munson & Dean. Bristol;
B. F. Haskell, S. Kverls, Cornwall;
Roscoe & Nah, Newliaven;
W. R.Bixby, Vergcnm-s,
P. Fctchi-rand Son, J. Frosl, Bridport;
K. Wriglit & Co. Shoreham;
Simonds & Birrhard, Watch Poiot;
S. S. Johnson, Leicester. 37;Iy
17,500 Boxcs of Dr. Rush's
HAVE bcen f old dutin tho inonth of Dec,
so great has bccn their popularity, in consc
quenco of the numerous curcs they have cOcct.
ed. Every person who uses these Pills rccom-
mcnds thcm to othcrs as the Best medicike
they have ever taken so gentlo i n Iheir opera-
tion, and sosurc in giving rcuci.
Itis now conccdedby the most cminer.l of
the medical faculty, that thc stomach is the
seat or fountain of all discase; that it is, as it
were, the centre from wmcu procccd all thec
vils produced by foriign or irrilating causes.
and which from thence sprcod lo every part of
Ihe animal system.
The propermode ofcure, Iherefcre.is to at
tack the citadel in which thc disease cntrench-
esitself, ar.d no combination of medical agcnts
has yet been discovercd so efficacious for this
purpose as the preparation of thc lato Dr Rush
and which, from thc universal success attend
ing their administration, during a practice of
ncarly ha!f a century, were styled his "Infalli
ble ilcahh Pill." Their great virtue is that
they arrest diseiso in its first approacb, They
aro prcvenlives as well as rcmcdies and we
will vcnlure to say, that if taken by persons
wheu they are first afTecled with symptoms of
illness. many and many a case Ihat is cilher se-
rious or fatal. might be avoided.
ONLY 12i centsa box, the cheapest and the
best medicine ever known. Sold at tbe princi
pal offiee 30 .lnn st. New York.
W; U. Uagsets, sote agcnt,
RUSSEL 4- GRIDLEY. Chemists and
Druggists, Gcneral agents for Ihls county.
F. Huntington, Vergennes,
A. P. Roscoe, T. C. Smilh, New Haven.
P. W. Collins,
S. L. Spragne,
P. Fletcher fy Son,
Hammond & Co.
CHOICE GROCERIES. Almost txcry
article that is wantcd in a family selectcd
with carc, Riairr kisd asd price.
Just received by A. a kakuio.x
SEAVER'S JOINT tJ- NERVE
AN invalnable family mcdicinc.
Ilecommendcd by the Medical Facufly.
for Rhenmatism. Gout. Snrains. Rn.i..
Cramp, Limeness, Pain in the side. baek. inj
Loins Chilblains, Felons fresh wcunds, Burni,
Scalds, Freezes,Ague,Nervous Headachc, aud
all cascs of
It strenzlhens and invizorates ihn tmitm .
giveselasticityto (hcjoints promotcs a heallhy
circulatinn of tlie bIoJ, and imparts s'.rength
toany part of the syslem which may have becn
weakened by sedntary LabitsoT disease.
n is impocsibie to prescnt to tbe pubPc all the
cvidcnce which thc proprietors possess of the
virtucs of this Liniment. Many families keep
it constantly by thcm, believing it to be the best
remedy in use for discase? requiring external
Ircatment. The cood efiects of ir are truly woa-
derfuland altogethcr supcriorto anything elso
IMPORTANT TO IIORSEMENH
This Liniment is not only beneficial to iho hu
man systrm but. is Ihe bcst article that can bc
used lor horscs that have been gallcdprained oi
bruised, and for stifTness an' swellim oftlie
joints, scalches, wnd.galls, frcsh wounds ie.
Inc onginal and gcnuina is prcpared only by
1'. SfcAVKR & SON Druggists, WalpoIeN. H.
OBSEUVE Every bottle of the genuine will
ba ve the signuture of ihe proprietore on the in
sidc wrappcr. Each bottle and seal is stamped
SEAVER'S JOINT 4c NERVE LIMNENT,
and cnclosed in a blue wrappcr on uhico is a red
labcl. Prico 23 cts pcr bottle.
For sale in .-Middlebury only by Ru.scl &. Grid-
lcy, also bv V. E. C. Stoddard, Ruthnd, S. D.
Winslow, Pittsford; Warren and Blis?, Brandon,
Iluntly & Higgins, Salisbury, A. P. Roscoe, New
Haven, F. Huntington Vergennes, and by dru;
gislg aud merchants gcnerally. 23;ly
Thc most liighhj
Approved Medicine now in gencr
al use for Coughs, Colds, and
all Discascs oftlie Lungs.
THE VEGETABLE PULolONARY
BALSAM isbelicvcd to bo thc. most
popular medicine ever known in America, fur
Coughs, Coldsi Aslhma or Pbihisin, Consump
lion, Whoouing cough, and rulmonary Afl'.c
tion or every kind.
Extracts from CcrtiCcatcs.l
Dr. Samuel Morrdl of Concord, N. II., wtites
"lliathe is satisfied tho Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam isa valuable medicine,bavin; bren used
with complcte sncccss in cases which had rrcvi
ously resisted tht most approved prescriptions.
Dr. Truman Abell of Lempster, N. rl., writc-,
tbat he confidenlly recoinmends its use in ail
complaints of tho cbests, cqual, if not supcriorto
any other mcdiciue within lns knonledije.
Dr. Amory llunling of Franklin, Alars.writes
that after having prescribcd ihe taual rcmedie
without rclief, and having consull-d uiihevers
al eminenl physicians, he has found the Vegeta
blo Pulmonary Balsam to have had the desircd
eflcct, and rrcommcnds itas a safe, convcnient
and eDiciiiU3 medicine.
Dr. Thonias Brown, of Concord N. H , wri'e
that, to his knowlcdge, it has evardisappointcl
tho re.ionable cxpcctations of those uho have
'"BEirARE OF IMPOSiriON. Each
zcnuina bollle is cnclosed in a blue wrapper on
which is a yello.v labcl, signed Wm. Jon'n Cut
lor. None other is penuine ofa later date llian
Dcc. 1S39. Tnesignature of ?ampson Kefd nill
be cont nucd fofashott time. Purchascrs shoull
pnquire for the Irue article by its (ull name, the
Vci-table Pulmonary Balsam, and seo that it
1 ai'lliem'ufcsaiid signaturei of thrgenuine.
Prepared by Rced Win and Cutler, (late
Ijow i l!ed,)" Wlioleale Drtijgists, Apot'eca
ris and Oountry ,lerchant gi'ncrally. Price
SOccut.L Forsale by S MOODY. .(30:1 1
An expericnco of alont fiftecn yrnrs I.as prov
cd, bcyond a doubt, that this Vermifuge is a cer
taiii and never failing cure for worms.
S.nco it wrs first pul beforc thc pubiic, many
wortlilcss prcnarations have been furced iutosale
which havn had their day, and are now countci)
as so muchtrasli. lQ"whcreas B. A. Fdhne-
tock's Vermilnge is daily increasinj; in populai
ity, owing to its intrinsic worth. It bas only to
ba used accordihg to thc dircclions, and it
worms cxist, thrvwill ccrtainlybocipelledfrom
thcsystcin. Tho price is 23 ccn per botth.-.
nlitchbiings it willun tho means ofall. Bo
sure lo gel B 'A. FAimESTOCic's Vermifuge,
and aroid all olhcr articles which are said In bn
asgo'xl, as none of thcm hac thc virtucs ol tLe
IVAiriy, Gretn Co , Pa , May 1 1 , iei3.
Mt. A. B. Fahncstock & Co.:
Dcar Sii I have bcen usinj your Vcrmifuiro
in m v practice fora number of years. and Gml
it tlie most safe Worm dcstrcvcr that I rvcr hat.
1 was called toa child six or seven vears oU,
in May, 1812. which was thcn in rpusms wilh
the worms. Iravo it a vial of your Vermifuirc,
igrecably to dircctiors, and the child passod-110
worms. in a lew wecks, 1 gave it another vial.
and it passed 200 more, making in all 0-iO
worm. Thc child rccovercd immediatcly, anl
hascnjojcd good health ever since.
I have nrescribed it in many othcr cases, in
which it has brought away 200 and 300 worra
JONA I tlAiM MOKR1S.
Be very cautious lo ect tlie irenuine B. A.Fsh-
neslock's Vermifuge, and put no conSdcuca in.
the stateaent made by Comslcck & Co., tlut
Ivolmstock's isthosame as rannutoct s. Itis
not thc sams, and docs not possess Iho virtucs of
ii. A. bAiinrjaiutii a. iu.
For sale in Middlel-iiry, by Kussei. & Gtio-
lev Agcnt. ll;y 1
The undersi?ned takes this mcthod to inform
Ihe pubiic that he has rebuilt his factory. fifiy
rods north of Ihe bridge in Salisbury villagc.
where he is able to altend to every man's wants
in tbe article of Plain Cloth of all qualities.
and colore. Cassimeres do. Satixetts do.,
andFLANKELS do. rarticularatttutionpaidto
DYEING. All his cloths aro Wool Dyed, and
bclter colors than can be obtained in this vicin
ity. The undersigned now bas his maihinery in
succcssful operation, and U ready to receivc
Wool to manntacturc oy tho yaru or on snares.
Ar-so, will ezchango Cloth for Fleecc Wool,
Pulled wool, Peltl andTags. Ho will posilively
doas wcll or bctterin respect to price of work
or quality and goodncss of cloth cxcbanged. as
any olher mill in this vieinity. Wool Cardiso
and Cloth Dxessinc attended to as usual
Cjly H. W. WALKER.
N. B. Fifly rods north the bridge Salisbury
Vilhge, pleaso call and examine. H, W, H,
ADIES and Misses Florence Bonnet3,
JLi rich varicty of Bonnet Ribbons 20 dif
ferent Stylcs, Bonnet Edging, Tabs, ArtiU
cials and Col'd Rur.bcs just rec'd by
P. W. COLLINS.
April 29th 1814.