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P03T FRANKLIN .
A. B. & Ji. M. CHIPMAN,
ARE receiving from Boston, an cutire
new s;ocl; of seasonable
Comprising a complete assortracnt of Broad
Cloths, Cassimeres, Summcr Clotlis, Amer
ican Prints, Alpines, Balzarines. Orgnndic,
Scindia, Gro De Valence, l'araisians, Crape
Memour, Crape & M. De Laiues, Priuted
I.awns, Mouteith Checks, Gro De Naples,
Gro De Swiss aud Bonnet Silks, Ribbons,
Laccs, Gimp, Cords, Vestings. Gro De Lon
ilon, Thibet Plain and Plaid De Laine, Slri
ped and fig'd Cashmere Shawls, Cravats,
Florence and Straw IJonncts, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Slioes, Gaitcrs, balf Gaiters, Slips,
Arc. &c. Brown aud Sea Island Cottons
from C 1-4 to 1 1 cts. Also Molasses from
tj to 34 cts, P. R. Sc N. O. Sujpirs from
Gl-4to9cls. Coflee 10 to 12 1-2, H. S.,
Y. II. & O. II. Teas 32 to 75 cts. Nails $5
Tobaceo &c. &.
A general assortmeut of Crockery, Glass
and Hardxvare, Medicines, Oils and Paint.
Iron and Steel, Fisb, Salt, Flour. constautly
nn hand at a suiall advance from Troy prices.
Tlie above will be sold very low for Casli,
Prodiice, or approved cretlit.
Bridport, May lsL 1644. 1.
rgMIE Subscriber is agent, for the sale of
3- Huggles, Nnurse ic Mason's, Eagle
Premiuin PIows, tlie genume arlicle no mis
take! rnanufactured by them at Worcester
.Mass. Full triuicd with whecl and Coultcr
:tt manufacturcrs prices.
P. V. COLLINS.
Cornwall, April 29 1844.
20 ' M. Dc Laucs,
10 " Printed Lawns, .
10 " Lace Stripes,
10 ' Broad Clotlis,
6 " Plaid aud Rib'd Fancy Cassi
2 Cascs Mole Skin Ilats,
2 " Brush &; Nulria,
1 " Legliorn,
20 doz. Gloves aiid Mitts,
7000 yds Slieetings,
C00 ' Summer Sttiff?,
Togeiher with a numerous list of articles
not enuineratcd, at prices to defy compctition
forsaleby P" W. COLLINS.
April 2.0, 1644.
A TTO RNE.Y.
Office No 7, Nichols Building.
The subscriber wonld respectfully inform the
public that be has tafcen the Tavem StandTonn
erly occnpied by Joseph C. Huntington on the
wstsidcof the bridge, in Middlebury, and in
tcnds to kecp a housc of public cntcrtainmcnt up
ou strict Terapcrance principles, and hopes to se-cu.-e
the patronage of all who will be satisfied
with the fir .t rate accommodations wiuch such a
ho ise can afford. He has had much experiencc
in this line of busjncss, and llattcrs biinself tliat
bv his assiduous attenlion to supply the wants of
his ?uests, he will be able to give emiresatisfac
tioi to all those who may favor him with theii
ALLEN H. HAWLEY.
Middlebury, April 9lh, 13! 1. 49
TIIE WORCESTER PRE3IIUM
The bcst plow now extant; and whichdrcw
the premium at tbe plowing match of tbe
M.issacbusetts Agricultnral Society last fall.
Nothiug more conld be ncccssary than a
st.ncinent of this fact, to commcnd it to tlie
fanners of this region. It bas given pcrfect
satisfaction whercvcrit hasbeen tested. The
subscriber bas the above Plows for sale at his
estjblishmcnt in middlebury aud feels ccrtaiu
that it is a first ratc impleinent of husbandry.
ROYAL D. FARK.
Middlebury April 9. 1814.
TIIE mtftcriliers xre now rf-cclrln? (not from fudl
pt-iccs as Troy and Bnitin,) liut din-ct frtjin tlie crealest
Cnmuirrcial Clly nn tbc Coulineiit. a vikt larcr and vert
wrtl Eclcclt-d stfick of Bcanable goods all or hlch were
lhii?1il witli cali and at caali pncrs, and will be sold as
low, and inany anicles tlian at any other Store North
or Soulh, far ftr near. We have a srcat variety of Cali
toe, rn.tny of which wiil be boM at 0 14 ccnls h.t yard.
A'u-ilin Dc Lains,
Alpacca, Black, Fig'd and changeablc,
Cuhlllere De Lains,
Plain and Fig'd Sijks,
Mo'asscs.good call and inrjuirc tbo pricc3
P- R. Syrrup,
Broad Cloths. cheapcr than ever,
Ca-siineres aud Sitinetts at any prices,
Fine Linncns, a large assortmeut,
H S. Te.int cents. try it,
B.nnet silks and Lawns,
hibons, a beautiful lot,
Artificials and Passion Flowcrs,
Cut NaiU 5s. Icss by the Keg.
Parasols made expressly foroursale,
Hosiery cheap not to be beaten iu this
Kancy Hk'f and Cravats right,
Bnnil Boxcs larac and sinall,
Gaiterf and 1-2 Gaitcrs, Cloib Buskins,
Wnlkins Shoes, .Misc Slips and Chil
dren's Shoes Mansfield and Fnrwell's,
Alsogood Kid Slips at 62 l-2perpair,
Genl's Pumps atnl Slippers,
Doublc Refincil Sugar,
Drab De Ete Bevertecn,
Gaiubroons, & all kinds i'ummer Cloths,
Diapcr Crasb and Buri.ip.
Carpct Warp and Binding,
Bcd Tickand apron ohcrk,
St Croix. Porta Rico, Havinua and
N. O Sugars,
Bl'k and Col'd Cambrics,
Padding, Canvass, Selccia, andjall kinds
-5heep Twinc. Bed Cords,
Clothe Lines &c. ,
Lamp Oil.Soap nnd Cundlcs,
Suspenders all gradcs,
Jet Buttons anil all other kinds,
Florence and Straw IJonncts anil Straw
trimuiings look at ours beforo you buy
cNcuhere or be sorry afier,
Glas and Putty,
Palm Lenf Hats and Hoods,
Lincn Cambric Hkfs.
Caps a variety,
Tobacrn. Sal Soda,
Mar. and Scntch Siui.T,
Calf Skiu and Cowbide Boots,
iutiiieg--, Clove-i, Casia &. ctlicrspiccs,
Hnrd Warc, Ctillcry niul CKOCKERY,
T'ea iiets of an cntirc new rtylp,
Stoiiu and Earlhen U'arc any" quantity,
''C-lhi" mviyvtRT nmv oihcr Goods and I'hal
wi Inlni tu, fa-h. Window HlinJ. s?;toe
'. teH"lv. I I.'ICK-1. I1..iiii, Pat ral:, tH..1DS
VI bcl ll al Ftrrt BnWins. Housp Funnm.-e, 3!a:'
A c w!tic!t ci'u.jutok a niucli zri'aicr a-nnm-nl than can
l i .tmd at any olkir tolp, at pricr Umtcaunot fati lo
r-t.-a-' rriffjtasrs I nr frieaJs anI llie poblf are ro pcct
lA-i'nt rtcal and eramini for theinsftlfTs.
j; y6, lcH. Z. BIX'KVVIIII & fo.
THE subscriber is now receiving from
New York, a large and carefully selected
Dry Goods, Groccries, Hard
warc, Iron, Nails,
which will be sold as low for CASH ascan
bc bought in the couutry. The Public are
requcsted to ca 1 and examine befcrc pur
IXVEXTED BYE. P. BAXNIXG M.D.
OF PlTTSBUr.GH PESMSTI.VAMA,
Will be kept constantly on hand by Dr.
W. P. RUSSEL, of Middlebury, he having
purchased of tbe Original Patentee tbe ex
clusxxt rigbt to makc and tend tbe same with
iu and for tbe County of Addison. Vt., and
in Essex County State of New York.
Tlie Palent Lace has uow been before the
public for a number of moiiths bundreds
bavc becn applicd in different parts of the
country, aud wifh a success uever before
equalled by any remidial agent. Numerous
well autheuticated certificatcs of itsbeucficial
influence in tbe reinovai of discases of !ong
standing, inigbt be furnisbed from this imme
diate viciuity in additiou to the statcment
of cases aud eirtificatcs of cures furnished by
Dr. Banuiug and otbers. But this is not
deemed ueccssary, as at the prescnt time ref
crence can be given to indiriduals wearing
the Lace iu nearly eery Towu iu the Coun-
Phisicians bave long felt tbe ueccssity of
a supporter dilferently constructcd and more
pcrfect in its adaptation to tbe buman form
than any that had bceu prcscutcd to the pub
lic. The iuveution of Dr Banning's tneets
with tbeir general approbation, as it is dc
sigued to relieve symptoms, and to remedy a
class of physical maladies wbich can not be
reacbed by medicines alonc.
Tbe dcccnt or displacement of -the vicera
from relaxation of tbe abdominal musclcs or
otber causcs tends to altcr and derange tbc
functiou of evcry organin tbe human svstcm,
aud iu mauy cases this deviation from the
uatural licalthy position of parts is the sole
cause of geucraldebility in Aiales & Females
of Dyspepsia, aircctions of tbc Stomach and
Lirer Palpilaiion of the Heart, Spinal Irri
lation, Hyslcric Hypocondria, Piles, Prolap
sas Uteri, Suppression of Urine. The Bron
cliiiis of public speakers, and indpienl Con
iumpticn all of wbicli will be much relieved
if not entirely removed by tbe use of the Pa-
t ttnl Lace, wbcn tbeir existencc is cansed by
! Physical deraugcment anda mechanical dis-
placemcut of part3 whicb can be readily as
certained by observing the form and symp-
loms ol tlie pcrson atlectcd.
This instrumcnt has becn examined by
Drs. JMott, Rogcrs, Franccs and Griscomb
of New York, tbe Faculty of Pittsburgh,
Hartford and New Ilaven and has obtaiued
tbeir favorable tcstimouy.
Application for tlie Lace cau be lr.adc at
tbc boncof the subscriber, tu o doors south
oftl'.e Couri Housc. Paticnts at a distance
ill be visitcd at ihcir residcnce if rcquired.
A specimcn of tbe Lace togcther with va
rious kiuds of tbc most approved Trusses
now in use can at any time bc examined at
tbe Druggist storc of Ktuscl & Gridlcy Crst
door south of tbe Post Office.
W. P. RUSSEL.
Middlebury, Feb. 6th 184 1. 40;tf
A few new milch Cows, firat
rate. for sa!i plipan hv
THE sulscribrr wonld respeclfully inform
tha inhnbitants of Middlebury and ricinity, that
ho trs nooa hand a arge assortment of Cab
inet Furniture, soch as SEC.ETAniES. Bu
heacs, Dook CvfEi Ward Roses, Tables,
Fancy Wouk, LiciiTanJ Wasu Stands,
Hicii PosT.iFRENCii. Cot and Turm-or Bed
STEAD9, Sofas, Bed Sofab and Chairs. To.
gcther with various other articles of hou:e hold
furniture All jobs in his line will be executed
at short noticeiand in most approved sty le. Per
som wiahio; any of the above articles, will do
well tocallon the subscribcr.astheis deletmin
ej to Eell as chcap for rast km!s of producc
as any ono iu this country and for casii, a
good deal cheaper.
ErSHOl' onodoor so'ith the Raptist church.
Midllcbury. Jan. 10. 1S44. 33
N. B. H. N. would just iiist lo thosc who
owe him tbat ho is in wanl of his dues.
Middltbury, Jan. 10, 1844
IJOULD inform his old patron3 and
' V the public cenerally that tbat ho
kceps constantly on hand at his old stnnd
south of tho Court Housc nnd oppositc tho
Addison County Tempcrancc House, tho
LARGEST ASSORTiWENT OF
in tho County, wbich he is solling at low.
er prices for Cash rcady.or. approved crcdit
than hascvcr becn sold in this vicinity,nnd
hc would respcctifully invilc all who are
about purchasing to call and examine his
vork. 3G: w
LA DIES TFILL F1ND
A splendid assortment, Boncls, Bwtnet Lawns,
Silks and Ribbons, Flowers and other Jlfillenary
Goods of every dcsctiplion for sale low foicash.by
May 14, 1844. iY. S. JOHNSON.
LUVNS & BALZORIN ES.
Kew and beautiful article just received by
May 11,1844. IF. S. JOHNSON.
iVEIP" STYLES OF DRY GOODS.
ARAGES, Balzarines, Columbines,
Gro De Valence, Wool Crape, Crape
Nemours, Crape Summer Stuff. Silk Stri
ped and Fancy Ginghams, Monteith Checks
and Lavcnder, Frcnch De Laues, this day
openiug by P. V. COLLINS.
April 20th, 1844.
"OLACK CAMBRICK; Bl'k
- cs and gimps, just rec'd by
BROWN & SHELDON.
Jan. 30, 1844.
MRS. K. HARRIS would
respectfullv inform the
of Middlebury andvicinitv, that
she has received from Boston
andJfew York, thelatest fashion of Siocks, and
all kinds of GenfJemen's Linnens, which will bc
kept constantly oa hand, or madc toorder, cbeap
er than can be obtaincd elsewhere of the same
Middlebury, May 1st, 1S11. I
MESS PORK, for Sale by
WUIGIIT & BCSH,
ARE now receiving a general assort
meut of NEW GOODS, suited to tlie u-ants of tlie
community.which with tbe ittock on Iwnd, is rntenuctl
to embracc every article deired by our customers,
among' nliich wiJlbefounil various
iYE W STYLES OF GOODS,
forlndies drcsses, bucIi as: Aal(arincs, organdies.
Delaines, muslinu, lawns &c. &c. BonneU and
Rilibons a great Tariety. Cloths and Cassimeres
a large stock. Summer cloths ofeierystjle and
price. Hardnrare, Crockery and Glass ware, Druga
and Medicines, Groccries, Paint 5, Oil, Iron, Steel,
Nails, Glass, Dry Fish,Salmon, Salt Flour, Wi'ndow
Sash, &c. &.
Their stock in fact, cobraces every article usoallv
called for in this section of the country, nhich will
be sold for readypay, orapprorederedtt in all cases
I where tlie cost will uarrant it.
I Shoreliara, May 10, 1&44. 2
Of every aiie aod shapc, Nail KoJs.HorsesboeJ,
N ails, Englisb, German east nnd spring Sieel for
sale by WRIGHT and BUSH.
Shoreham, May 13,1844.
Slips, Walkinj Sboes.daiteni, Buskins, for ladies
and Misses, Cliacks,and Boys Crogans, for sale by
Shoreham, May 14, 44. It'right Sf Bash.
200 pnirs thick and ihin, sole Leathcr, upper Icath
er.andcalfslins, forsaleby Vbiobt& liusn.
Vergennes, Starksboro and Fonltney, at Manu
facturers prices. Wbictit andBnsiI.
May, 14, 1841.
Boots and Shoes, a large assortment, fresh
from Markct, for sale by
J. JI. SLADE & Co.
May 15, 1844. 2 3m
Calicoes, Tickings, Cotton Cloth, Sum
mer btuils rorchildren, tosether with a een
eral assortment of staple Dry Goods for sale
by J. iu. SLiAUK, dc Co.
M"ay 15. 1844. 12 3m
Hinsdill's Family Flour, Superfine andEx-
tra, ior saic oy J. oi. OijAUb, uo.
May 15, 1844. 2 3m
White and Red Lcad, Linseed Oil, raw
and boiled, and Dye Stuffs, for sale by
J. M. SLADE, & Co.
May 15, 1841. 2 3m
PAIIASOLS $ SUNSIIADES,
for sale by
May 14, 1844. Broicn Sheldon.
One Case Extra jloleskin Hats, rnanufactured
Legay & Co. Washington Stieet, the most fash
ionable Hat store in Bolton, warranted better
in quality and style than the Ehn strect Hats, for
May 15, 1844. Broirn $ Sheldon.
CAnll.. ri t: .
Vf. S. Johkso.v.
TO THE LADIES.
Flosrer Sccds a creat variety for sale by
Z. BECKWITII & Co.
April 8. 1814.
(Tnrn FIRST quality at 50 cts. per
"7 uusncl lor sale liy
ONNETS, and clecant Ribbons and
Triuiminirs the newest and most fnsh-
ionable style, just received and offered very
low by A. FRANCIS.
New Treatmcnt ofConsumption !
Buchan1 Hangarian Balsam of Lifc.
Prcpared in Loudon, England, and rec
commended by all ofthe most cclebruted
Physicians in Europc. Sold wholesale rc
tail by RUSSELL &. GR1DLEY, Mid
dlebury. Agents for Addison County.
Moffat's Culebratcd Life Pill
AND PHCENIX BITTERS.
Thcso powerful purifiers and reitorstives
areas mi'd and as agrccahle in their operation
as the scntlest medicine known in mcdical
nacticc, yet as complete and prompt in their
effects as the most siifforiag pattent could de
fire. They thoroughly cleanso the wholo ys
tem, stomach, liver, intestines, kidneys and
bladdcr, leavinj not all impurity behind to poi.
son the channcls ol life. Yet they nevcr proS'.
trate even the most debiiitated, bat invigorate
almost Irom tbecommenccnient. No medicines
in the union bave acquired a htgher, a firmer,
or mare cxt'nsive reputation aniong the intelli.
gent and respectable families ofthe United Statcs
and none will maintain it longer. Thert ia no
qu&ckery whatsoever about them, far they are
composcd of the best vegitable medicines knotvn
to medical scirncc and of the bcst quality that
raony can procure from any country. Hencc
it is tbat the proprietor bas received, and is con
stantly receiving, such an immense numberjof
certificatcs to tbeir astonishing cfficacy. Tbesc
ceitiScatcs piove that they rapidly and com
pletelycure all dcrangements ofthe digestive
and billious fi;.ctioss,costive.ess, piles,
dyspepna, acnte and chronic rheumatism.asth
ma, ironchilis, jaundice, billious and serous
loosness, Icss of appetite, fleth, and spirits, crop.
live and scorfulous diseases, salt rheom, crysip
elas,scurvy, dropsy, fever and ague, head-ache,
fullncss ofblood in tbe head, palpitation ofthe
, heart, worms, rheumatic colds, general distress
aiia ucoiiuy, nigiiL awHu, iuiusjr. uic tuiuai,
settled pains in the back, joints, sideand limhs,
and eves the most complicated maledies in very
advanced stages, and of inveterate oostinacy.
Thnir price pu's them nithin the reach of the
afflicted of all classes, and beinrr pnrely vegiti
ble, ihey require neithercoDGnemfntnorchange
ofdiet. Every family aud individoal should
keep them ready for use. Prepared and sold,
wholrsalo and retail, hy Dr. W. B. MOFFAT.
335 Broadnay N. Y.
Wright & Itush, Shoreham, Vt. Agents.
LET ITBE REMEMBERED, that the la
bcls and wrappers of iloSat's Life Pills and
Phcenix Bittcis are now printed from very fine
engraved plates, similar to the cbeck-woik on
bank notcs that tbe wrappers arc white on tbe
genume medicine not jellow. Purchascrs
should always break opcn a package beforo pur
chasing.and in the Good Samaritan.accompany
ing, tbey will Snd a full description ofthe new
dress for these excellcnt medicines. Alwajs
examine well the label on the box of pills before
you purchaso. 3 ly
The undersigned takes this method to inform
the public that he has rebuilt his factory, fifty
rods north of the bridge in Salisbury Ttllage,
wbere he is alle to attend to every man's wants
in the article of Plain Cloth of all qualities
and colors. Cassimeres do. Satiketts do.,
and Fh.n-.nels do. Particularatteution paidto
DYEING, All his clotlu aro H'oo Dyed, and
belter colors than can be obtained in this vicin
ity. The undersigned now has his maihinery in
successful operation, and ii rcady to receive
Wool to manufacture bytho yard or on thares.
Also, will exchange Cloth for Fleece Wool,
Pulled wool, oelts and Tags. He will positively
do awcllor better in rcspect to price of work
or quality and goodnrss of cloth exchanged. as
any other mi!l in this vicinity. Wool Cardino
and Cloth Dressi.ic attended to as usual
6;,J r W. WALKER.
.B. Fifty rods north tho bridce Salisborv
Viliige, plcasc call and examine. H, W, II, "
Balsam of Livcrwort.
Price Rcduced lo $1,50, and $1,00
R TAYLOR'S BALSAM ol LIV
WORT. from 375 Bowery. N. Ynrk,
for tbe curo of Coujhs, Colds, Catarrb, Asth
ma.soreness of tbo Chest, pain in tbe sideand
brcast, raising of Blood Liver Cojiplaints,
Bronchitis, all tbose afiectiona of the tbroat and
Lunns. which are a source of so much suffsring
and unarrested, so often torminato ia Ccvsur
tiom tbis remedy is highly and justly distin
guished. It is purely veetable, mild and gentle
in its etiecu upon tne synein, ana can oe laken
in the most delicate cascs, with safety as ivell as
ntitity. Physicians, awaie of its medicinal prop
erties. and witnessinc its effects even in extrcme
and in some instanccs, apparcntly almost hope-
Icss cases, often prestnbo u in pracuce, oolli as
a palliativeanda remedy. and with the Medical
Facnliy gencially, it has met with great appro
bation. Certificate from the highostand most respee
tablo sources, of persons who hare cithcr been
greatly relieved by it, or entirely recovered from
affeciions of tbe Lungs and Liver could be fur
nisbed in abumlance, but they will bo found on.
ly in tho wrajer, which is around each botlle
The public are cautioned against the counter
fcits and imitations which aro offered for sale at
any price, ontho reputation of this really valua
ble remedy. Bo careful to sce that the new la
bel is on each bottle to prerent counterfeits with
the nameof Gcroon J. Leeds, aolo wholesale.
agent withiut which none isgenuine.
N. B. Therc is a rpuriocs and connterfeit ar
ticle aSoat, ond lately introduced into this place
Therefore be careful to eel the genuine, whichis
from 375 Bwcry, New York, and is for salein
Middlebury by Sidnry Moody, solo agent for tho
goi.uine article in this placn. 7;vl
Medicines have been used willi success ia almost
every disease to uhicli inankicd is liable, and liver
complaints, wiLhtlieir many well Knoun attend.int?,
billious and sik lieadache, pain and oppresaion af
ter meaU, giddiness, dizziness, finging noise in thc
liead andear.drowsincs?, hcanbnrn loss of appe
tite, -wiod, f pasma, -c., tliey are acknouledged to be
va3tly superior to antlriiig ecr before offered to the
public, and for thosc of a full babit ofbodv, they nill
prove invaluable; white as a general family aperient,
for cither cex, tlieycannot fail to ensurc universal
The ctncacr ofthe Life Pills and Fhirnix Bltters
is most certain if freely given on thc attack of fevcr
influen.a, ineasles. sore tliroat, rccent colds. with
cough and inflammatory disodcrs. In rheumatism
and chronic complaints they have also performed the
most cxtraorumary cures. wiien useu wiin pereever
RussEL & GRiOLET.OuIy Agents for the gen
uine Article in Middlebury.
THE Subscriber has taken the Store iu
Monkton Borougb, recently occupied by J.
Miner ti Co. and is now roccivingand open
ing a splendid stock of New Goods, recently
purchased iu New York and Troy, compris
ing almost evcry variety usually kept in a
country store, consisting ot
Groceries, Hardicarc, Crockery and Glasi
icare, Drjgs, Medicines $-Paints,Lin-ceed
Lamp Oil, Cut 3f U'rougJtl
Nails, Window Glass, Pu'ly
Cod Fish, Mackerel, Liverpool Salt.
wbich he intcuds to keep constantly on hand,
and sell at 12 1-2 ceuts advance from the
He would say to hisformerfriendsand the pub
lic that he designs tokecp a good supply 9 all
the articles wanted by the people, and to ell as
cheap ascan be obtained at any other store in
the State for Cash, and on the most accommoda
ting terms for other pay or on short approved cred
it. Pleasc call and examine for yourselves. The
people of StarksLoro' and espccially those who
have been in the habit of trading with him in
New Haven, are respectfully invited to call.
. T. C. SM1TH.
Monkton, May 8, 1811. 2
eoorl 50baUSHELS Oats
toiou xjclia. a good article to sow
I ffi BUSHFLS CORN. by
J U" W. S. Joii.xso.n
Apiil 1st 1814.
The subscribe'S are now receiving thcirSpring
and iSMmmer Goods, which for variety, amount
and cheapness, will not bcexcceded, if equalled,
by any Mock of goodi in this vicinity.
Sj-Particulars next wcek.
Z. BECKVITH, & Co.
May 4, 18U.
Arrival Wo. 2.
ply of Florence Braid Bonnets. and artificiafe.
Hats, Mons. D. Laines. Balzorines. &c. &c.
iiay ot ioi i.
15ROWN & SHELDON, have just re- 1
ceived a general assortment of Goods for the
season, iucluding English, Gcnnan, aud Fan- i
cy Llotns and Cassimeres; Docskms.bwecus
Gambroons, &c; richSatinand SilkVcstings, '
Calicoes, Balzorines, Lawns, &c. &c, which
will be sold cheap for cash. j
April 7tb, 1S44. 1
CRAVATS. Gent's silk and satin Cra
vats, Ladies' Cravats, Blk. Ital. Cravats; Pa-
tent 'iubberliraces, Silk Suspenders, dcc.
for sale by
liliOWiN K SHELDON.
April 7th, 1844. 1
OLD, and Youns Hvson. Hvson Skin.
and Black Teas. Loaf, Lump and Brown
Sugars, inolasses, CofEcs, Rice, Raisins,
opices, nna pepper, ioi sa e unusually low
1( fncoc Ladies, Misses and chil-
IV Kjasvs dren3 Shoe3 and half
Gaiters. Also Men's Ca'fskin Bootsof the
most fashionable style and best manufact
ure at rcduced prices, just rec'd by
A. r KAiNUIi?.
CURTA1N Muslins, Cambrics, Fringes,
Furnitures and Copperplates just rec'd
hy A. FRANCIS.
CROCKERY and Glass Ware. Also n
new stock of Hardware now oueninir
by A. FRANCIS.
May b. .
rUST RECEIVED The AgencyofDoct.
' Buchan's Hdsgarias Bai.sm fnr A.l.
dison County. At
KUSSEL dc GRIDLEYS.
fHE subscriber has becn appointrd Agent.
oi ine HAtTroRD iias JNSORiSCkE UouriNT
for Middlebury and vicinity, and will rectivo
proposals far insaring property against loss or
damage by Fire. Thc long establishcd reputa
ion of this company, and the promplness
with which all their transactions have been
characterised rcnder it unnccesiary to say any
tning initslavor. All bussincsa connccted
with tho ofiicp intrustcd to him will bo faith-
fully and punctually Iransacted.
MidJkbury, Fcb. 25, 1842 42ry Agant.
VERGEHHES AUD TROY L1HE.
M. D. HALL & Co.
THIS line of Boats will be in first rato re.
pair at the opening of Navigalion and will com
mence runniog to and from Troy & Vergennes.
Leaving Vergennes every Tuesday and Salur
day morning at 7 o'clock A. M.. and Troy eve
ry Wedncsday and Satuiday at 3 o'clock P. M.
T7 :n la : i : Tmv nn tathe hour
of starting. Freight to be shipped from Ver-1
gennes must te on boara tne oay previou.
Passengers travelling South will find this a
cheap and convenient rout asjwell as expeditious,
and no pains will be spared lorenderthem com
fortablo and satisfied. 1 ba Proprietors of this
Line hopa and believe that tha promplness and
despatch, that Goods are shipped by this hnn
will ensuro them a full share of Public Patron
age. R. CHAPMAN, Agent.
M. D. HALL. Azcnt.
253 Rlver Street up Staiis Troy, N. Y.
Vergennes, April 1st 1844.
VERGENNES & BUFFALO LINE.
THE CANAL PACKET,
CAPT. F. M. SIIAW.
WILL commenre her Irlps on tlie 30'.h.?pril
betwcen this Ciry and Bufljlo N. Y.
Runninc day and nighl as follows :
Leaves Vergennes, Leaves Buffalo,
April 30 Way 13
Mny 23 June 10
June 25 July 3
Aug. 6 Aug. 19
Sept. 5 Sept. 1G
Oct. 1 Oct. 14
Oct. 29 Nov. 11
J This Packet will be in first rate order for
tbe nccommodatii.n of Passengers anil
j freight. Will leavo Vergennes at 7 o'clock
in the morning, towed by Stearn JSoat to
I Wbitehall. Freight must be on board the."
1 day previous. Tbose moving or visiting
tbeir triends in tne lar west will nnu tnis
thc most expcditions. and at tbe same tiinj
the chcapest route they can take. Those
who chooso to do so, can have every facili-
ty for Boarding themselves. IJue attenlion
will bc naid to all passengers by a careful
Captain and crew. For further particulars
It. CHAPMAN, Agent, Vergennes
lirir OTMioonv ' HUlIalO
Vergennes, April Ist 1844.
Farm for Sale.
Lying in New Ilaven, on thc Beech bill
road, near tbe geographical centrc of the
town; and one aud a half miles south of the
mcetiug house, and six miles north of Mid
dlebury. Said farm contains one hundrcd
and sevcnty-five acres of Iand,with equal pro-
portion ol nasture, meauow, anu woou-laud
is well watercd with never-failing springs;
bcsides two streams of water coming to the
yards, aud a first rate well of water near the
housc. On said farm is growing an orchard
of as good crafted fruit as there is in Addison
County. There is growing on the farm four
Kiuds ol mulberry, with robage suilicient to
feed 20 or 25.000 worms. There is on the
premises a two story dwelling house, with
two large barns, a horsc stable, aud wason
sbed sufticient to storc eigbt or ten tons of
uay, acd otber out buildings. b or further
particulars lnquirc of thc subscriber on the
premises. HAK Vlix HOYT.
New Haven, April 13th 1841. 50; :n3
STOVES, TIN AND
HOLLOW WARE, &c.
The Subscriber will L-ppn nnhnndn full rtnil
COmnletc assnrtmpnf nf STf VPS nftlio miut
approved Pattcrns, Togethcr with a general
assortment oi X1JN, WL'l'b, It 3C SHrJET
IRON WARE, which will be sold at a great
reduction from fnrmcr nrifM. Un VUV..
MIUM EAGLE PLOWS. gotup iu Worces
ter Mass. superior to any thing of tho kind,
ever Oifcreil in tllMr- liarfa. Aln S!nIi Tlnnr.
Blinds &c. rnanufactured in Brandon.
J. B. WILSON.
Inthe green Storc, forraerly occupied by R.
D. Farr. 40;tf
ACKEUEL Codfish and Table Salt of
superior quality. for sale nt.
RUSSELL 4- GRIDLEYS.
Dec. 4, 1S43.
The subscriber would respectfully inlorm .the
public that he has commenced manufacturing, in
theAVoolen Mill, formerly occnpied byEdward
Jewett, at New Haven East Mills, and employed
the best workmen.put his machinery in thorongh
repair, and is in readiness, to receive, and manu
PLAIN CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND
On reasonable terms, by the yard, or on shares,
manner, and to the satisfaction of all who may I
favor him with their patronage. The subscriber 1
win give stnct, ana constant personal attenlion i
to the buciness: and from the lon? eirjerienrR h '
to the buciness; and from the long experience he
has had as a manufacturer, hopes to receive a
noerai snare oi tne pubnc patronage.
N. B. Cloth dressingdone as usnal, and in as !
New Haven East Mills. April 2d, 184 1. 49
HE subscribers would res- I
pectfullv inlorm the nennle '
of Middlebury and vicinity ,tbat
they have formed a Partner- I
McKANN & SPENCR. t
for the purpose of carrying on
. .DLAUIOmi I ninU
centiy occupied by Ruluff LawS,.
the Vergennes road. They will do all
kinds of jobs in their line of husiness in a
faithful and worktnan-liko manner, having
been nlwnysengaged in this branch of trade.
Especially they will
in tho most approved modern style".
Their prices will be moderate and rca-'in
sonable, and by constant and assiduous at-
tentton to the profession they hope to be fa-
vored with a fair Dronortion ofnnhUr? miJ
' r t""
Middleburj-, April 15th 1845. 50jtf
sfo. n wunu . Sisier would inform the La
dies and Gentlemen of Middleburj. that they
have removed to the house oppoite the BapUst
Meeting House, formetly occnpied by Eldcr
Kingsbury, where tneyoesign 10 cuuuuuc uic
kinds ofplatnsewms. HJRAWS0N
This day rec'd 1000 lbs. Fresh Confection
aries, from thc Manufacturer, for sale by
SADDLE & HARNESS
rnllE subscriber, at his old stand
X ia the brick buildiog one door
north of ihe Court House, has rc-
ceued his wioter stock from IV.York
and Albany, out of which he will
manufacture and keep constantly on
hand or make to order on short no
tice, the followinrr articles, tiz:
BRIDLES &. MARTIMGALS,
Common double and single tinned and
jappaned harnesscs malleable tip't tung ;
Brass and Silvcr mounted coach, gig
and waggon harnesscs of different
stle mouritings & construction,
Carpet bags and vaKces of
diflerent material and fash
ion, French folio brass
rivited iron frame
Trunks ; Imitntion
folio, and a large
size and quality of
bag top and common plain Teusks.
O" Caniage trimmiog doue in a neatnnd work
manlike manner all kinda of lepairs in his line
done at ihort notice. Tlie above and all otber arli-
in his line of business will be rnanufactured out of
as good S'ock as can be bad in rnarket, and sold
ascbeap fur ciab or most kinds of produce as can
be purchaied in this Section of tbe country of the
satrc quality ferions wl.-hinz to pnrcn se any
article in his line of business will do well to call
and cxamin" prices and work as he intends tokeep
a large assortment constantly on hand. Credit
given if required.
Alsoa good and well selected assortment ofSad
dlery hard warc different Patternsof Brass Silrer
Fine Malleable tip't tnng and all kinds of com
mon ware, Coach lace Irory Rings Curled
hair. Open and Round RelU Ilorse Cards. Cur
ry and Mane Combs, Horse Bmshes, Ncats foot
Oil and a good assortment of hips &. Lashes.
Patcnt Lcather Cap fronts and bands &c. which
will be sold as cheap for Cash as cau be had this
sidefTroy. C. IIlLL.
Middlebury Dec 27, 1340.
THE VOIC2 OF THE PEOPLEs wellasof
experience, has always been decisive in favor of
PHELPS' TOJIATO PILLS. Tbey have becn
in general use as a Family Medicine. for five years,
during wbich time, more than a million of arHict
ed ones have cx erienccd tbeir healing virtues.
From Klaine to Georgia, and from tbo sea to the
Rocky Mountains. may be heard the voice of grat
itude Tt deliverance from sulTering, by this the
Peoples remedy ; and in eTery liamlct are living
witnesscs able In tell of their deliverance from
dcalh by this valuable remedy. Were all ihe tcsti
mony nublished. which the Proprietor has received
concerning the good etTects of his Medicine, it
would conrinre the most sceptical. Cases almost
innura rable of Dyspepsia, Jaundirc, Bil ous Fe
ters, and Livei AfTections, R umatisni. pains inthe
back sidc loins and liinbs, acid vtomacb, gravel,
haitual coctivcncss, sick headactic, colds coughs
and Iu g fcver, scrniidous discases, ulcers and tu
mors of long standing fcc , have becn cured by
tlicso Pills alone, and thc tetim'nv recordcd with
propcr vouchcrs ; and it is confidently beli vedih't
no C'seof Ihe above complaints can uiihstand a
perseverin use of ihe Pills sotnythc Physicians
Pntup in Iloxes, willi thc signature of G. It
Pbrlps, M D., on tlie side label.
Beware of imposition ! Many are base cnougb
to try to im-tato this remedy. Be pai ticular to get
the genuine. anu ycu mll not bc disappointed in
Aofxts ! NeTer buy of Peddlers they are
never allowcd to carry llii eenuine Pills. Send
your orderi to the Proprietor, Hartfoid, or some of
his general Ag-nU. wlio areappointed by him.
ai 226 Main street Hartford.
Sidney Moody, Middlebury,
Volney itoss. iimndon,
Huntley & Higgins, Salisbury,
A Farm lying on New Haven
river, containing betwcen one
bundred aud twenty and one
hundred and fortr acres ofthe
very bcst of land ; there arc two barns. For
ty or more acres of said farm iutcrval, therc
is a fine grove of piue timbcr fit for shinslcs
and boards, a large quantity of hemlock for
feucing timber, also a quantity of black ash
for rails, and a good supply of wood for fucl.
Tho farm will be sold cheap. Time given
for payment of two thirds of the purchase if
requircd. For particulars inquire of Martin
h. Dorraucc, of Middlebury, Mr. Jcnison
Merritt of New Haven, who have carried on
said farm; also Charles Linsley Esq., orto
the subscriber at Bristol.
JOS. C. BRADLEY.
Feb. 11th, 1844. 41;tf.
THE subscribers respectfuljy inform the
public that tbe Marble wmks lntelr oc
cupied by Casn & Spalding, are now in op
eratioo, and they are prepared to furnish all
Sawed Marble, caps and sills,
at short notice.
tt . .
n.epi constantly on nanu.
GIBBS & CHITTENDEN.
Middlebury, July 19,1843. 11,-yl
Tbe subscribers woold respectfully inform thc
. inhabitanU of Middlebury and vicinity that they
nill conlinue the businerj of Carding Wool and
I dressins cloth durinz the winter at their stand in
Vergennes formely occup'ed by E. Sherill Esq.
Wool or cloih sent by Stage or otherwise will
be promtly executed.
Fancy dying such as ladies worsted dresses also
attended to as o.ual. JEWETT & BAKER.
Vergennes Dec.26, 1843.
. . " "
The subscriber continucs to give Med-
lenlion to indigcnous mcdical Botany, and
to the principal practical stibjecls of gene
ral Therapeutics, to adapt the course to the
requisites of those who intend to bccome
He has engged S. Pearl Lathrop, A. M.
human and comnaralimt Anntnrr,,,
j., iu lusiruci in naiurai science, ana
Gentlemen who dcsire may have admis.
s;on to tho Lectures given in tho College
. . b'1" ,u '""."Tb0
lOn Unemistrv. INnliirnl FTi"!lnrvnnd Fhi ni.
. - ' j .
JONATHAN A. ALLEN.
Middlebury, Dec 20ih 1843. 33;if.
For the consumpttiin o the Lungs!
THE best Medicine known to man f.ir In
cipient consumptton,asihma, of evciy ttnge
Bleeding ofthe lungs, coughs, colds. liver
complaint, and all discases of ihc pulmon.
Nature's oien Prescriptlon. A com
pound Balsamic preparation of tho Prtjn.
03 Vihginiana, or 'Wild Cherry Bark',
combined with the cxtrar.t of tar, prcpar
ed by a new chcmtcal proccss, approved
and recommended by thc most distitiguish
ed physicians, and universally a :know
edged the most valuable medicine ever dis
covered. No quackeryt No Deception!! All pub
lished statcments of cures perforn cd by
lhis medicine, are in every respect Iiue.
Be careful and get tbo genuine 'Dr. IP7s
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,' as spurious
imitations are abroad. 35
Orders from any part of the country
should bc addressed to Isaac Rutts. No 125
Fu'ton street. New York. Russjz. and,
Geidley, Che.nis's & Druggists, A( ckts.
F. Huntington, Vergennes.
INDIAN VEGE PABLE F U.S;
HOUGH many medicines 'ia ebccn
before tbc public for a mu' h lonsur
period than Wrighl's Jndian Vi jetable
Pills, yet none stands now in hig' et repute,
orhas more lapidly attaincd a n hold
upon popular eslimntion. Tlie 1 ut jsands
that have used them throughout thc length
and breadlh of ihe rcpublic, all bear cheer
ful testimony to iheir thorovgh ejjicacy and
mild operation when employed in the most
distrcasing disorders 'which flest is heir
The theory of disease on which Wrigli'.'s
Indian Vegetable Pills are iounded -is this,
vizr that there is only one ptimary cause,
of all ihc disorders that afilict the human
family, nnd tbat is corrupt humors; or. iu
other words impurity of Blood. This
principle is now so generally admitted that
it may in fact be said to bc sustained by
an univcisality of opinion, the few disspn.
lcrs constiiuting but a very feeb'e minori'.y.
It is useless, tbcrefore.to discuss the sound'
ness of this theory in this placc and con-
The one disease principle being udinit-
ted, tho mode of attack prufcssed by all
practilioncrs bccomes ihc same namely
ptjbgation. But muny of tlie so.callcd spe
cifics nuiv before the public, produce only
one form of purgntion: they are either &u-
dorific, cathartic, Diuets or expectorant.
Wnghfs Indian Vegetable Pills combina
all theso properties. fc aro therefore calcu
lated to attack thee lcments of disease at a'l
points, and by a harmonious and combined
iperat on lo e.xpol it rad'cally from ihe sys
ein. Their cfK'ct is nlmost mngical, and
is no Icss nstonisbing for its mild-ies than
its cfficacy. Boih sexes. and all ages mny
t-r.phy them, according to the directions,
uilbout fear, for wbilti tbey are certain to
rurc nll ili.-ensos th.it are remediable, tbey
never inflict an injury upon ihe vstrin
The perfecl safety of tbe medicine is an
otberall important quality, and one wbich
has contriliuted more than anything else to
its extension and popularity.
In n word, this medicine cnmmends itself
strongly to the patronage of ihe pub!ir,and
its use bids fair to bccome before long, al
The citizens of New England are res
pectfully informed that in conscqticnce of
tbegrcat populurity which Wright's Indian
yegetablo Pills have carned by their aston
ishing goodness, a gang of ountcrfeiters
are now industriously engaged in palming
on tho unsttspccting, a valueless nnd per
hips dnngerous medicine, undcrthe nnme
of Indian Vegetable Pills.
This is to inform the public, tbat the genu
ine medicine hason the bo.xes.
"Wrmht's Indian Vegetable Pills
of thc North .merican College or
And n'so nround the border of tbe label
will be found in suiall type, "Entered ac-
cording to the Act of Congress in theyear
lb4U, Dy wniiam wright, intbe Ulerk's of
fice, ofthe district Court of the eastern dis
rict of Pcnnsylvania.
Ihcpuhlic will aso remember tnat all
whosell ihe genuine Indian Vesetablq Pills
are provided with a certificate of agency
William Wright, Vice President
Or TIIE KORTIl AMERICAS COI.LEQE OF
and that pcdlers are never in any case al
lowedjto sell the genuine medicine. All
travelling Agents will be provided with a
certificate of Agency as above described;
and thosc who cannot show one will be
known as base imposters.
Tbe following highly respectable persons
have been appointed agents for tbe sale of
the above named.
Wrtghl's Indian Vegelahle Pills.
or THE SORTII AMERlCAf COLLEGE OF
RUSSEL &GRIDLEY, Middlebury.
S. MOODY, J
Needham and Dennis, East Middlebury,
P. W. Collius, Cornwall,
B. F. Hnskell,
S- L. Sprague,
A. P. Roscoe,
Munson rj- Dean,
Shalts 6i Webb.
S. S. Johnson,
Huntley Si Higgins,
Tupper & Breakncridge;
P. Fletcher if- Son,
Wripht ij- Bush, Shoreham;
John Simonds Jr.
Nearing X:nd Catlin, Orvcll;
W. Chipman d Co. "
J O'LilNGDEY. Travuling Agt.
The only Office in Boston whore the Indian
Vegetable Pills can be obtaiued is at
198 Trembnt Street 193
Principal Officr ane General Depot,IB9.
rusestrest, Philadelpbia. Sflf