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Thc New and Elegant Boat
A U Lt A W 13 ,
CAPP. A. I. HOBART.
S7ILLconraciice Iicr regular trips be-
twccn tliis Citv and Bufl.-ilo m cou-
ucctlon with tlic Pncket, J StJKUMAN,
r u iiii nijr niglit and day as inilniv
Thirf packet is finishcd in a style imsur
pnsscd by nny Packct'c thor on the North
eni nr Woslern (J.-inal. Her Kooins arc
large and airy, her arrungcnicnts arc fucIi
lliat scventy-five to cig.ity can bc nceoin
An cxperieiiccd Cnptain aiul crew will
"jnr: ni pains to .nakc a journcy from this
plarc to Uuffiilo plcasant. Kvcry facilily
will b'; given to I'ainilics uho to bonrd
tliciiii"lvcs. Kor furllier particu'ars cn
It. CI1AP.MAN. Agtnt.
JOY & WEB3TER, ? Buflalo,
W.tf. KTLMPSOV, N. Y.
Yrgcnncs, June 13, 194-1. 8;Gm.
Tl.e innrliines at tlio oM stand of D. P.
Nn-h in fir: ralc repair. and llie business
ol" W'ool Carding will bc continucd on rea
sonalilc terms and in a worknmn like man
ner C.L. SMIT1I.
Nciv-Havcn East Mills, June 1st. 1S44. 7
Mm1m-uic1i.uc Leen uscd witli succees in almos-t
i-vcry iliscafc to uhicli niankinJ is liaLIe, aod Iher
nmipl.unlit, uithtlicir many known aticndanU
ltilliutinml sl-k Iicailncliel jiatn nud oppreffiion af
ut me:il!tt g'dilincss, dizzluess, fingmg noise in llic
hfad anJi:ir., Jrowsines!, lieartbnrn, o?s of appcrf
lite, uiml, pa.ms, tliey arc acknouIeJged tulc
t.iily fupt-ritirto antliln ecr Lefore offereJ tu il'C
pnlil c, aml ftir tliofe vC a lull liabit of lx(y, tl.c-y will
pruc im aliriLle; uliitcas agencral fumily ajtcricnt,
t'or eidier cx, tlicy camitst fail to cn?urc uiihcrEal
Tlie cfficacv of llic I.ife Tills and Pliocnix nitters
h tii'ji-t ceitani If fictly ghen n tlie altack of fcxcr
iutltienzn, mcaelf, sorc llnoa!, rcceiit culJc. uhh
ruii'li atitl inflnnunatory dUodcrs. lu rlicuniattfin
and rlirunicctmiplaints lliey Iiatc ak-o ixrformcd tlic
inist cxtniordinary curcs, when uscil willi jerccvcr-
Hvssfl & GniiiLr.TtOuly tgcnti for thc gcn
ine .rticle in M'ddlcbury.
TUK Subscribcr lias taken tlic Slorc in
Monkton Iiorotigli, rccently occupicd by J.
Mincr iV Co. and isnow roceivingand opcn
ing a splcndid stock of New Gootls, recently
purchased in New York and Troy, conipris
ing almost cvcry varicty usunlly kept in a
co iniry fctore, consisung ol
n n o
(irnrcrhs, llardicare, CrocJ;cTy and Glass
xcare, Dnigs, jlrdiclncs S" Painlr, Lin
cted f Lump Oil, Cnt y II ruughl
Xaits, Window lllass, Pu'ly
CkI Vhh, Maelertl, LhcTvoul Sull.
nltich lie intends to kecp cunstantlyonliand,
and sell at 12 1-2 cents advaucc from tlic
lie would say to hisformcrfricndsand thc pub
lic lliat he designs to kecp a good supply of all
the articlcs wanled bythepeople, and toscllas
Llicapascan 1 obtaincd at any olhcr slorc ia
in State for Cah, and on themostaccommoda-tin-j
terms for olher yay oron short approved crcd
U. P!ea.-c call and cxaininc for your&elrcs. Thc
pcnpleof StaikslHjro' and cspeeially those who
have bccn in the habit of trailing witli him in
Xcw Haven, arc rcsiieclfull- inviteil to call.
T. C. SMITII.
Monklun, May S, 1S11. 2
a good articlc to sow
lin BUSHFISCOnN. by
1 v,u W. S. Joh.nso.n
mil 1st 1314.
The snlecribcs are novr receiring theirSpring
an 1 JS'mmner Goojs, which for raricty, amount
and oheapness, will uot 1 cxceeded, if ciHtalleil,
by any stock of good in thi vicinily.
ij-Particulars nejtt wcek.
'.. BECKWITII, & Co.
Arrival iNo. 2.
ll.its i"Ions D. Ijiiies, Ualzoiincs, &C. &c.
iav o, ioii.
15UOWN tc SHELDON, have jns.t rc
ceived a genrral nsortmcnt nf Gonds for tlic
scasnn, iiicluding Euglil), Geniian, and Fan
cy Cloths and Gnssimeres; Uoeskins.Swccds
(iainbroous, iVc; ricliSatiuaud Silk Vcstings,
C.ilicoes, Ial.orincs, Lnivus iVc. tVc, uhicli
will be solil clieap for ciiik.
April 7th, 1641. 1
CllAVATS. Gent's bilk and satiu Cr.i
rats, I.ndics' Cmvats, 151k Ital. Cravats; l'a
tcut 'inlilicr ISnices, Silk Suspeuders, Arc.
for sale bv
IJUOWN" tc SHELDON.
April 7tli, 1S44. 1
OLD, and Young Hysoii. Ilyn Skin,
nn.l lllack Teas. Loaf, I .iiinp aml Droun
Snyars, iimbisscs, Coflies, Kice, ltaisins.
Spires, aml pepper, fot sa p tinuiially low
1 f tfoeot? Ladics. ..i..-cs and chil
1U tlSU si,,, alll har
Gaiters. Also Mcn's Ca f-kin Ijootof the
tnost faliionablc style and best mnnufact
urc at rediiccd pricrs, jut rcc'd bv
CURTA1N MuIius, ainbrics, Fringcs
Funiitiircs aud Copprrplatcs just rcc'd
li ' A. FUANCIS.
CROCKEUY nml Glass W.irc. Al.-o n
new stock of Hardnarc nciw oiiening
bv A. FRA.NC1S.
" May 8.
fOST RECEIVED Tlic AgcucyofDoct.
liiicban's UuNCAr.iAS 15.lsau for Ad
dison Coinitv'. At
" RUSSEL & GHIDLEYS.
'PHE subfcriber has bi-rn appnintrr! Agcnl
foi the II ACTrocu FinE Insorance CoxrAHY
r in i .i i -
mr .iiiumi uurj aiiu virinuy, ano wiu rrceirc
prnprsjlh fnr insiirin prnp. rty againrt Ioes or
djuiagr by Firc.Thc loii! i-Klahlished rrputa
l..n oTlliis cnmpany, and thc promptucsF
witli wbicb all tbcir Iran actiors have bern
rbaracti'riKcH rrndcr it i.iinrcresarT lo ay aiiy
I lii ii,itsrtor. All btiFsiiu'fis cnnur-clcd
wiib I'n' iiflice inlrilrd lo him will lic fuilh'
fnltv atid pbncluallv IraiiFacti d.
JDN ATIIAN innAi:
:didJ!c!.uiy. 1 l 2 lil' 10;y Agcnl
C. 15IRGK has jut rcccivcil an additionalsnp
)lr of l'loa-Ree Uraiil Ilonnets, and artilieial,
li'MlljMnrn's Iii!rvl.-m TjMrli(,, -tnit P.illn Tjnf
THE KING'S OIL
jttt. FOR all wounds on Horses and
0t fVl Catlle, sacii as
mJasi fy&iiRoisEs, cuts, fistu-
Hl. W. LAS. SPRAIN3. CORKS.galls
eitbcr l.y llie Sadle or Collar, SORE BACK,
SORE BREA6TS, Scrntclics Kc. &c, and
wniinl of every de'criptiun remoiing all sore-
nejs and rlimicss, and lic lingup tlic worst wounds
in"fiuinonc to lifi" dajs tiine.
THIS CELEBRATED REMEDY
was prepared by ordcr of 1 1 is ilajesty. tlio latc
King Wm. IV. of Great Rritain, umler llic dircc
nnn i.f .Mr. Youait. thc pt-lel.ralcd Enzl tb Farmer
and used by hira in ihe Ruyal Studof Horses only.
Dip a featlier into tlio Oil and cpply to llie
rotind cr sore, twicea day or, in severc uounds,
wcl a mg in llic oil and bii.d on the wound.
N. 11. Shakc tlic botlle bcforc using. and kcep
it well corkcd.
I'rire 23 ccnt. To b: hadat tliis Officc 10, tf
VERGEMMES AMD TROY LIME.
M. D. IIALL & Co.
THIS line of Boats will be in first ralc re
pair at the opening of Navigation and will com
inince runnin to and (rom Troy Jc Vergennes.
Leaviug Vergennes every Tuesday and Sat'ir
ilay morning at 7 o'clock A. 51.. and Troy eve
rv Wedncsday and Sitniday at 3 o'clock P. M
Frciglit vill be rercivcd in Troy uj lo the hour
of Ftarling. FreigM to be shippcd from Vcr.
cenncs inusl Le on board the day previous.
Passcngers travelling South will find tbu a
cheap and convcnicnt rout as(wcll as cxpeditious,
and no pains will be spared torendertliem com
fortablc and satisfied. 'Jbe Proprietors of tliis
Line bopo and belicve that the promplness and
dcsjiatch, lliat Good.i are shipped by this linJ
will ensure tbem a full share of Public Pitron
age. R. CHAPMAX, Agent.
M. D. IIALL, Ascnt.
233 Rivcr Street up Slaiis Troy, N. Y.
Vergennes, Apiil 1st 1844.
VERGENNES & BUFFALO LINE.
TIIi: CAXAL PACKET,
CAPT. F. AI. SIIAW.
WILL comimnre her Irlns on llie C0 li 7pril
bclivecn this City and Rufljlo N. Y.
Kunnins day and nighl a follows :
J.eavis Vergennes, Lcavcs BufTalo,
April 30 iMay 13
.May 23 Junc 10
Junc 25 July S
Aug. 0 Atig. 19
Scpt. 5 Scpt. 1C
Oct. 1 Oct. 14
Oct. 29 Nov. 11
Tliis I'ackct will be in first ratc oidcr for
tlic accoiiiinudatioii of Fassengers and
frciglit. Will leavc Vergennes at 7 o'clock
in tlie morning, towed by Stcnin .Boat to
Wlihciiall. Frciglit must bc on boanl tlic
lay previous. Those inoving or visiting
thcir fricnds in thc far West will find this
thc moat cxpeditious. and at thc satnc tiina
thc chcapest routc tlicy can tnkc. Those
who choo.se to do so, can havo cvery Facili
ly forlioarding thcmschcs. Duc attention
will bc paid to all passengcrs by a careful
Captain and crew. For furthcr particulars
li. CHAPMAN, Agent, Vcrgcutics.
JOY & WEB5TER, Vn(r.
WM. STIMPSON, J ljUUM0
Vergennes, April 1st 1811.
STOVES. TIN AND
IIOLLOW WARE, &c.
Thc Subscribcrwill kecp onliand a full and
coniplcte assortment of STO VES, of the most
approved Patlcnis, Togcther with a gcneral
assortment of TIN, COPPEIl ic S1IEET
IllON WARK, wluch uill besold at a great
rcduction from former prices. Also PRE--MIUM
KAGLE l'LOWS.gotup in Worces
ter Mass. superior to any thing of the kiud,
cvcr oirercd in tliese parts. AIo Sash, Door
lilinds Arc. mnnufactured in Brandon.
J. U. "W1LSON.
In the green Storc, fonncrly occupicd by R.
D. Karr. -19;tf
MACKEHEL Codfu,h andTahle Salt of
superior quality, for sale at.
RUSSELL -S- GHIDLEYS.
Dcc. 4, 1813.
TAKK KOTICE !
Tliesnbsctiber wonld rcspectfully inlorm the
public that hc has comincnccd maniifacturing, in
thc AVooIen Mill, fonnerly occupicd b- Edward
Jewett, at New Harcn East Mills, and emploj-ed
tlie Ist workmcn.put his lnachinery in thorough
repair, and is in readincss, to receive, and manu
facturc II'iW into
PLA1N CLOTIIS, CA'SSISIERES, AND
On rcasonable tenns, by the yard, or on sliares.
which he pleilgcs hitnself shall be done in the best
manncr, ana totnc satisiaclion ol all who may
favor him wjth their pa.ronnge. '1 he s ubscribc'r 1
has had as a inanufactiirer, hopcs to receive a
libcral share of the pubiic patronagc
N. B. Clolh dressing done as usual, and in as
good style as jiossiMe. E. P.
New Havcn East Mills, April 2.1, 181 J. 19
HHE subicribers would res
A pcrlfully iiilonn thope,.plc
of Middlrburvand vicintty,tliat
they have fonned a I'prtner
ship undcr the firm of
.McKANN & SPENCE.
for thc purpnse of carrving on
in all its vnrinus branchcs, at thc shop' rc
cently occupicd by RuIulT Lawrence, on
thc Vergennes road. Thcy will do all
kinds of jobs in their line of business in a
faithful and workinan-like manncr, linvin
becn.alwayscngased in this branch of tradc"
Especially they wi.!
in thc most approved modern style.
Their prices will be moderate and rca
sonable, and by constnnt and assiduous at
'cntion to the profession they hope to be fa
vorcd with a fair proportion of public pat
ronage. HUGH McCANNA.
Middlebury, April loih 1S45. 50;tf I
Mi. Rutvso.v &. Sister would inlbrm the La
dies and Gentlemen of Middlebnry, that tbey
have renioved to the hottse oppoite thc Hamiat
r tt r . 1 . r nrfinntpn 1 1' I.Mpr
? iweeuug iiuu.se, iuiujj w,-..- j
I ir;nn.i.,iP,. t.-t.aro thnv ilpijm lo conttnue thc
iTaiioresand Drcss-makiog busincss aho all
kindsofi.laiascwin-. tt -;AwertW
Tliis day rcc'd 1000 lbs. Freah Confection
nries, from thc Jlanufactnrcr, for sale by
SADDLE & HARNESS
mllE iiitueribcr. at his old f tand
X. in llic brick building one door
north of iltc Court lloosc, lus re
ceirpd his wint"r Ftock from N.York
and Albany, ont of uliich hc will
manufacttire and kcep constantlyon
hand or maKe to onler on t nori DO'
ticc, thc foIloin;articIes,ii:
BR1DLES & MART1MGALS,
Common doublc and single tinncd and
jappaned harncsscs malleable tip i lung ;
Brass and Silver mounicd coach, gig
and waggon harncsscs of difiercnt
stlc moun.tings & conslruction,
Carpct bags and valiccs of
diflerenl malcrial and fash
mn, Frcnch fo'io brass
riviied iron frame
Trunks ; Imilatton
folio, and a largo
size and quality of
bar top and common plain Tkuxks.
IT1" Cariiaze trimmini: doue in a neatand work
inanUkc manncr all kindf of icpairs in his line
done at short notice. The above and all othcr arti-
in his line of tusincss will be manufacturcd oul of
as good i"ock as can bc liad in market, and tolJ
ascheap for c 'sli or most kinds of produce a can
be purcliatcd in tliis Scction of tlic conntry of thc
sainc quality. Pertons wisliing to pnrchisc nny
article in his line of business will do well to call
and examinc prices and work as lic intends to keep
a la'ge assortment constantly on hand. Credit
given if requircd.
Alsoa zood and well sclcclcd assortment ofSad
dlery liard ware diflerent Pattcrns of Brass Siber
Fmc .Malleable tip t tnng and all kinds ol com
mon ware, Coach lacc Ivory Ringj Curled
hair. Oncn and Round Dclls Uorsc Cards. Cur-
ry and Alane Combs, Horse Bruslics, Neats foot
Oi! and a good assorlmcnt of U hips & Laslics.
Patcnt Lcathcr Cap fronls and bands &c. nhich
will bc sold as cheap for Cash as cau bc had this
siuc f irov. C. II1LL.
Middlebnry Dec 27, 1S43.
THE VOICc: OF THC PEOPLE,as wellasof
cxperiencc, has always bccn dccisic in fator of
I'HELPS' TOMATO PILLS. Thcy hate becn
in gcneral usc as a Fainily Mcdicinc, for fhc ycars,
dtiring vibich limc, morc than a million of alllict-
ed ones have cx cricnccd llicir healing virtucs.
From Mainc to Georgia, and from tlic sca to tlic
Kocky Alountains, may be Iieard tlic voicc of cr)t
itude f'r delivcrancc from suficring, by tliis thc
reoplcs remedy ; and in ercry liamlet are living
witncsscs ablc lo tell of tlicir delirerancc from
dcath by this valuablc reincdy. Wcrc all the testi
raony publiglicd. which thc Proprictor has reccived
conctrmng tue good clfects of lus Medicine, II
would convincc tlie most sccptical. Carrs almost
innum rable of Dyspepsia, Jaundirc, Bil:ous Fe
erst and Liiei Aflections, Rrumalisni pains in thc
back. side loins und limbs, acid vtomach, gravei,
liabitual costircness, aick licauacue, colds. congli
and lung ferer, scrofulous discascs, ulccrs and ta
mors of long standing, &e , Iiare bccn cnred bv
tliese Pills alonc, and thc totimonv rccdrded with
propcr rouchers ; and it isconfidcntlybelicTcdthii
no caseof llie abote complaints can wubstand a
nerscvering usc of the Pills so t ay the Pliysicians
Pntnp in Boxcs, with the signature of G. R.
Phelps, ol. D., on tue side label.
Bewarc of imposition ! Many arc basc cnough
lo try to iniitate this remedy. Be pai lieular to get
llie gcnuine. and you v. ill not bc disappointcd in
Aoehts ! Kcvcr buy of Tcddlcrs thcy are
neicr alloncd to carry tlo gcnuine 1'ills. Send
jour ordcrs to tlie Proprietor, Hartfotd, or forae ol
his gcneral AgAnts.uIio areappomtcd by Ium.
at 226 Main ftrcct Hartford.
Sidney Jloody, Middlebury,
Volney Hoss. Brandon,
Huniley & Higgins, Salisburj',
A Farra lying on New Havcn
river, coutaining between one
hundred and twcnty and one
hundred and fortv acrcs of thc
vcry best ofland ; there are two barns. For-
ty or more acres of said farra iuterval. there
is a line grove of pinc timbcr fit for shingles
aud hoartls, a large quantity of hemlock for
icncing umner, also a quantity of black asli
for rails, and a good supply of wood for fuel.
lhc farm will bc sold chcan. Time civen
for paytnent oftwo thirds of the purchasc if
rvijuimi. v or particulars mquire ol iMartm
S. Dorrance, of Middlebury, Mr. Jenison
Merritt of New Havcu, who have carricd on
said farm ; also Charlcs Litisley Esq., or to
thc subscribcrat Bristol.
. JOS. C. BRADLEY.
Febrilth, 1814. 41;tf.
J3u AT TIIE OL" STltiiD pew aons
SX NORTH TIIE Jill..
TIIE Sllbscrihpr rnillfl lnfnrm itio
public that he has on hand a largc assortment of
iuacKand drab Hats of the Iatest New-York fash
ions, which he offers lower for cash on most
j Kixns or PnoDCCE tlian can be bought in this
TATTAT T rirre.r-
-v v. Th,. l,li..et r,n,..,-m i r .T
April .7, .811. si.f!
all coiors, sold by
.Broiot Sf Sheldon.
Thc subscribers would rcspectfully inform llie
inhabitanU of middlebury and vicinily lliat they
will continuc thc business of Carding Wool and
ncssing clotlidunng tlie winter at their stind io
Vergennes formcly occup'ed by E. Slicrill Esq.
' 'oa or cloih scnt by Stagc or othcrwisc will
bc promtly cxccutcd.
I Fancy dtingsuch asladics norstcd drcsscs abo
altcnded to as usual. JEWETT & BAKER.
I Vergennes Dec. 2C, 1843.
Thc subscriber rnnlinnpc in 'MaA
ical inslructinn. dcfigned by particular at
leniion lo indigenous mcdical Botany, and
to thf! principal nractical subjecls of gcne
ral Thcrapeuiics, to adapi tlio courso to Ihe,
rcquisites of thoso who inlcnd to bccome
He has ongoged S. Pcarl Lalhrop, A. M.
M. D., to inslruct in natural sciencc, and
in hitman and comparalive Analomy.
(jentlempn ivlm rtocim mni hnvo firlmip
.. . . w . ....j uuiiii..
ston to thc Lcr.lures givcn in tlio College
oti oncmisiry, natural Iltstoryand I'hilos
JOiVATIIAN A. ALLEN.
Middlebury, 2?ec 20lh 1843. 33;tf.
Forlhc consumiitum oj the Lungs!
THE best Medicine knnwu lo man for In
cipient consumption.asthma of evcty stage
Bleedingoftlio lungs, coughs, colds. liver
complaiut, and all discascs of thc pulmon
"JVaure'i oicn Prescriition.--A com
pound Balsamic prcporaiion 'of tho Prun
os Virginiana, or 'Wild Cherry Ilark',
rombinpil witb thrs extract of tar, nrcpar-
rd by a new chcmical process, approved
and rccommcnded by lhc most distitiguish
ed physicians, and universally a:knowN
edged the most valuable medicino cvcr dis
covercd. No quaclccry! No Deceplion!!M pnb
Itshed stalemcnis of cures pcrlorn.cd by
this medicino, are in cvcry rcspcct tiue.
Bc careful and get thc gcnuine 'Dr. fFis
tar's Balsam of Wild Chcrry,' as spirious
imitationi aro abroad. 36
Ordersfrom any part of llie ountry
sliould be addresscd to Isaac Butts, flo 125
Fu'ton street, Wew York. Rojsjil and
Gr.im.EY, Chomisis si Druggists, Ac lnts.
F. Huntington, Vergennes.
INDIAN VEGE TABLE P L '.S;
milOUGEI manv mcdicines.'ia c bccn
m beforo Iho public for a miu h longer
ncriod than Wrinhl's Indian Vi-xelabh
Pills, yet nono stands now in hig' ei rcputc,
or has morc lapidly attained a i n liold
unon noDuIarcslimalion. The lnt Jsakds
that have uscd thcm throughout the lcnglli
and brcadih of tho republic, all bear cheer
ful tcslimony to their thorough efficacy and
mild operation whcn etnployed in the most
disircssinE disordcrs 'which flcst is heir
The thcory of diseasc on which Wrigh'.'s
Indian Vcgctablc I ibs arc loundcd is tliis,
viz; that there is only one ptimary cause,
of all thc disordcrs that nfilict lhc human
family, and lliat is corrupt humors; or. io
othcr words impurily of Blood. This
principlc is now so gcncrally admiltcd that
it may in facl be saiJ to be sustaincd by
an umvcisality of opinton, thc low disscn
icrs constitutina but a vcry fecb'e minority
It is usclcss, thercfore.to discuss tbe sound-
ncss of this thcory in this placo and con
The one disease principlc bcing adtnit
ted, the mode of atlack professed by all
praclitioncrs bccomcs tho same namely
FUEGATioN. But mony of the so-callcd spe-
cifics noiv bcforc the public, produce oniy
one form of purcation: thcy are cttlier su
dorific, cathartic, Diucls or cxpectorant.
Wright's Indian Vcgetablc Pills combine
all thoso propertics, & arc thcrcforc calcu-
lalcd to nttack tnee lomeius oi aiscase ai an
points, and by a harmonious and combined
operation to expcl it radically Irom tlie sys-
tem. Their clTfCt is almost magical, ntid
is no Icss nstonishing for iis mildncs than
its efficacv. Bolh sexes, and all agrs may
cciploy thcm, according to the directions,
wiihout fear, for while they aro certain lo
curc all dis-cases that arc rcmcdiablc, thcy
nctcr infltct an injury upon ibu system
2'hc nerfictsafcty of the mcdicinc is an
otherall iinnortant nualitv, and one which
has contributcd morc than anythingclsc to
its cxtcnsion and popularity.
(n n word, this mcdicinc cnmmcnds itsclf
strotigly to thc patronnge of thc iub!ir,and
its usc buls Tair to bccome bctorc Iong, ul
The citizcns of New England arc
pcctfully informed that in consequencc of
the great populurity which Wright's Indian
Vegctaulc ftlls nave carneil uy tucir aston-
ishiuggoodness, a gang ol L ounterfeitors
are now induitriously engaged in pnlming
onthe unstispccting, n valueltss nnd pcr
hips datigerous mcdicine, undcr thc name
of Indian Vegetable Pills.
This is to inform the public, that the gcnu
ine mcdicinc liason tlic uoxes,
"Wright's Indian Vcgctablc Pills
of the North mericak College op
And also around thcbordcr of thc labcl
will be found in stnall type, ''Entercd ac
cording to tho Act of Congress, in thoyear
184(1, hy Willtam WriKht, in tlie (Jlcrk's of-
ficc, of the district Court of thc castern dis-
nct of I'cnnsylvama.
The public will a'so remember t n :
who sell the gcnuine Indian Vegetablo Pills
are provided with a ccrtificate of agcncy
William Wright, Vicc Prcsident
UF TUE KORT1I AMERICAN COI LECE OF
nnd that pcdlcrs arc never in any cnsc nl
Iowcd to sell the gcnuine mcdicine. All
travclling Agents will be provided with a
ccrtificate of Agcncy as above dcscribctlj
and those who cannot show onc will bc
known as basc imposters.
The following highly respcctable pcrsons
have bccn appointed agents for the sale of
tlic above naincu.
WrtghVi Indian Vegetable Pills.
OF THE 0RT1I AMER1CAN COL1.ECE OF
RUSSEL &GR1DLEY. Middlebury.
Ncedham and Ucnnis, East Middlebury,
P. W. Collius.
B. F. Haskcll,
S- L. Spraguc,
A. P. Roscoc,
Munson 4 Dcan,
Shalts ic Wcbb.
S. S. Johnson,
Hunlley & Higgins,
Tuppcr 6z Ilrcakncridgc; S trksborougb;
P. Fletcher J- Son,
J. frrost, "
Wripht Bush, Shoreham;
John Simonds Jr.
Nearing &nd Catlin, (Jr.vcll;
W. Chipman dCo.
J O'LNGDEY. TravdiBg Agt.
The only Office-in Bostonwhore tbe Indian
Vcgctablc Pills can be obtaincd is at
198 Tremont Strcot g6I
Princinal Officr anc Gcneral Dcnot.169.
Sprucc street, Pbiladclpbia. 35:ly
and clianges of Tcmpcramcnt.
WATER icust be adaplcd to the Tflesh, or
thcrc will be no propgation of lhc pecies.
The soil must beadapledto the secd.or there-
will bei.oincrease. Tl.e cl.mate mu, hiVe
Ihose matlcrs.nit which whicl. wul unitc and
isunsupplicd with oil. So likewisc with the
II unnn frame; It cansot be malerially aflecl-
ed by cpidcmical or contagious maladies unless
there bo those raMlers floating in the circulaticn 1
bich offer '.hc appropriate soil. By purifying ;
our bodies with . he BnANDRCTii p;r;i.F.whict. ,
haveaffinlty w.th those impuritics upon which
conlagion ffeds, uc ma, always feel secure
whalever diases may rage around us. True, '
we. may havo it, but it will be Ihe affair ofa
day or two, wbilc those who have bccn loo wise
d J,fH l , W! m eilt wL.hc;
ve-sjllv admiltcd. that l.eat and moistnre are
powcrful sgents in producing diseate, and Ihal
constant drt and constanf wet weathcraic
both favorable to its gcneration: it does notsig-
nifv What we call it: it mav bc ajue; it may
bo dysentary; bilious fever; it may be bronchi-
tis; it may becboIic;it may be consuinption oi
ic;itmaybe consuinption of
thebowels: itmavbeinnammationof Ihcnow.
els, it may be inflan.mition of the stomach; .1
mai be neivons aflcclion; bul still it is disease,
and a diseasc curableby Brandrclh Pills.bc
causc they rcmovc all impurities from the body
airthat can in any manuer feed the furthcr
progfess of the malaily no matter hoiv callcd;
thus tliese pills arc not only lhc most propcr
medicine, but gencrally Ihe only medicine that
necd orought to be used. At the prcsent time
it is evcry man's duty who wisheslo sccure his
healtb. to use tbem, it is the duty of cvery one
who knows anytbing of thcir health rcsloring
powers, to rnake it known in his immediatc cir
cle. For thcro arc some alarming signs, wbicb
lellof the app-oach ofdiscases. The sudden
chai.cresof tcmDeramenl are more to be fered
and guardcd against than any contagious malady
The Influenza has left many insucba
state of weakncss that there is in them a great
susceptibility to be aflected by thcse changcso'
the atmosphrre and contagious maladics; but
by Jhe limely use of Brandrcth's Pill evcn now
this susceptibility can bc in a great measure
removed, and powcr given lo the sjstem ture
sist Ihcse morbfd poiscns, and Ihe sudden chan
ges in the wcathcr with which it niay be bro't
in contact during the nexl 30 days. Naturc has
fornied tho bowcls for the evacuat:onof all un-
hcalthv humors. and if man wculd but uso com
mon sense, he would tike carc thcy pcrformcd
this officc faithfully. If the bowtjs areout of
order if too slowor to fait. a fw doses of Bran
drcth's Pills will brine them to order. ilsk the
man who was dying from constipated bowcls
whal curcd him lie lcllsyou, Brandreth's Pill.
iiiui nno nau nau cysentary lorsix moiiuis
and evcry remedy hid failed: he u ill also tcll
you the Brandrelh Pills curcd him in a wcck
So with othcr discafes. Tnclve Brandrelh
Pillr, ruhbed down in balf a pint of molasses,
cured a little boy of an ulccr of Ihe facc which
which a dozen doctors had liicd to cure, bul
could not; the poor parents would have given
balf thcy wcre worth to have had it cured, but
cvery hinglhcy tried did no good, until they
gave ita tcaspoonfull ofmolasscs cvery day, in
1-2 a piat of which they had rubbcd down 12
Brandrelh pills; beforcthe wholo of the molas
ses was taken the ulccr was curcd. And et
some foolish pcoplc call Brandrcth's pills (juack
mcdicine. It would be'well if there were a fcw
more such quack mcdinines. Will all your
prctcnded Sarsaparilla Compounds cure like thc
Brandrcth's pills? Can they scnd you (o i cr
sons cured as Dr. Brandrelh can? Can thcy
point out to you people who had been lielplrss
for years from pilipsy anJ Sl. Vitas' Dance
who have bcen cured by their rcme'lies? II
they cannot, Dr. Braudreth can Can they
point outtoou a pcrson who for twcnty yeais
had never had a stool witbout having used mcd
icido or mcdicinal mcans, anj whom the Bran
pills curcd, ina montb, and gave him as heallhy
cvacuations,as be had whcn hc was a child.
If thcy cannot, Dr. Brandrelh can.
Tbe Bramdreth Pills nol only cure, all
curablc discasei, but il can bc demonslialcd,
that bv their tiinclv use. thev must infallibly
cure, In a vcry short time, Dr Brandrelh will
bjing before the public a concentration oTthe,
virtues of Ihe Biandrclh pill, bolh in the from
of pills, and in thcfluidand thcn hc willexplain
thercason of the cures that must necessarily
be thc result of using Brakdretihan Rem
epies, nhclher they bc intcrnal orextemal or.
extcrnal. I bavejust reccived the caseof a'
medical gcnlleman, who rcsiJes in Sl.Tbrook.
Canada, who for twcnty years was sorcly af-1
flicled with a diseasc. which came oul in blotch
es and scabs all over his body This genllcman
sofarforgot lus prejudiccs wluch too otien
. ........ --- -
cursc nis proicssion, as io nppiy psrsuj
Dr. Brandrelh. andlvs ceursc piovcd a happy
one. W.thin six mon.h, he was entircly cured ;
or his miserable and lormenling disease by Ihe
use ol the Brandretl. pills. This valuable med-'
c., is Torsaleat Dr Bbandretm's OfT.ce. 211
n j -o t. i ,cn i o u,i
son street, al 23cls pcr box, wilh full directions
Be carelul you get the gcnuine; ooscrve six sig
naturcs or Dr. Brandrelh on cach box thrco
B.Brannretl. and llirce Bcnjamin Brandrelh.
u,"0 os . . .
Thc following are thc only au
forthe Brandrelh p.lls and Liiiacicntin Addison
Simon Taft. Whiting;
Sholes & Wcbb, Fe iri.burgb;
Munson & Dean. Bristol;
B. F. Haskell, S. Kverts, Cornwall;
Roscoc & Nash, New havcn;
W. R.B.xby, Vergenn-s
17,500 Boxcs of Dr. Rush's
HAVE been sold during thc monlh of Dec,
so great has bcen thcir popularity, in conse
quencc of the numerous cures thcy have cflect.
ed. Eyp.ry person who uses llirse Pills recom-
mends thcm to others as the Best Medicine
they have everlaken sogentloin their opera
tion, and sosure in giving rolicr.
Il is now conceded by the most ctninent oT
tbe medical facully, tbat Ihe stomach is Ihe
seat or founlain of all disease; that it is, as it
were, the centrc from which proceed all thee-
vils produced by lorngn or initating causes.
and which from ihcnce sprcad to cvery part ol
thc animal system.
The proper tcode ofcure. Ihcrefcrc, is to at
lack the citadel in wbich tl.e disease e.itrench
esitseir, and no combination of medical agents
has yet been discovered so cfficacious for this
purpose as the preparation of the latc Dr Rush
and which, from the univcrsal succcss attend
ing their administralion, dunng a practice of
nearly ha'f a century, were styleiThis "Infalli
blc Ucallh Pill." Tlicir great virtue is that
they arrcst disease in its first approach. They
are prcvcniives as wclt as rcmedies and we
will venlure lo say, ihat :f taken by persons
when Ihey are first aflected with symptoms or
illness. many and many a case Ihat is cither se
rious or falal. might be avoided.
ONLY 124 cents a box. Ihe chcanest and the
best medicine evcr known. Sold at tho princi
pal officc 30 jJnn st. New York.
W.- G. Daggeis. sole agent
RUSSEL GUIDLEY, Chemists and
Druggists, Gcneral agents Tor this county.
F. Huntington, Vergennes,
A. P. Roscoe, T. C. Smilh, New Havcn.
P. W. Collins, Cornwall.
S. L. Spragne, Weybridge,
Hemac Barnum, Ferrisburgh,
Josnpli Frost, Dndport,
- - .V.VHU. .
Hammond & Co.
BON.ETS, Florence, Straw. misses do.
Cyprus, and Palm lcaf Bon'nets. just re
ccived at STEWART'S.
. helchrrai.d Son. J. frosl. iiriuuorl: !
. Wright & Co. Shoreham; , n n.y prac.ice .or - ouu.u.. u. ...... 1" " . .J :r . " i ....
' ' ' ...K..BArAa iimi nr trniih m nnn in inn SBVcittn np wiii nni icaie
& Birrhard Watch Point- l " n""1 '"'" "orm ucstrcycr mai 1 i-ver nau. us uur ' l'-; " ""V
& uirrnaru, oaicii ruun, .... r.i.. ;., llitn on.l lr,il I rn nv Wu
S. Johnson, Leicester. 37;Iy . i wasca .eu ia c.n.o . x or -. " "
SEAVEIl'S JOINT A NERVE
A invaluable family medicine.
Rezommcnded by the Medical Facully.
r Rum.5m. (?. sDrains. Brbi.es.
Lamenes:.. Pain in tl.e side. back, and j
.1 'cj,,,,.,,,, eon, rrefh WOunds, Burns,
SH... Agae.Nervous lieadadie, and
. . y
! slrengtbens and ,nv igorates the nerves
gves e lastic.ty to the joinU j.romotes ariiealtl y
f rf 'he bl"J' 'mI'l s're"R I
toany pa t ofthe systcrn wh.ch may have bcen (
weakened by scd-ritary :.ab,tsor diseasc.
' 'n.pocsible to pre ,erit to the pubbc all hc ;
!",!IC?-1 VP ?t, V"1
, by'lhcm, belie'ving "il to be the best
' "T y f'Iw,fc teV"rg exto.nal
reatment. Tl.e goo.l rtlcCs ofi't are truly won-
VupmMiVT TA TTnRWM PN ' '
IMPOhlANT TO IIOhSLMbri !
This Linimcnt is not only bcneficial to the hu-
min system our, is ine oesi aruac iu -
usel lor horses lliat havo bcen galled.spraincd oi
oruiscu, ani tor aitnness ani 5"HINIs
joinis, fcaicnes, wnu.g.ins, nrai
joinls, scalches, wnd.galls. fresh wounds ete.
Ihe oiigiml and ceniiine is prepared only uy
T. SEAVER DSraSole H.
OBSERVEF.vcrv bottle of the cenuine will
havethe signutureofiho proprietort on the in ccrsand painlul aikction ot ll c Dones, Ul
sidewrnpptr. Each bottle and scal is stampcd ccraled Throal and Nostrtls, bcurvy, biles.
SiSAV EK's JOINT & NEItVK LiwiKtrii i, t;iironic sore cycs, oioicnrs uu ' -u-and
enclosed in a blue wrapperon whieob arcd laneous cruptioHS, are effectualjy cutvd by itt
laDci. rrico 25 cts per botu?.
For sale in .Middlebury onlv bv Itu-sel fc Grid-
Icy, also bv W. E. C. SloJdard, Rutland, S. D.
inslow. Pittsford. Warren and Bhss. Brandon,
Iluntly & H.gSin3. Sahsbury, A. P. Roscoe.eiv
fL J !J
I hp 91JS'C lllliLH
Approved Mcdicinc now ingcncr-
al USC forCoUgllS. Colds, and
it Vs.- f i i
all DlSCaSCS OI tllC LilingS.
TIIE VEGETABLE PULMONARY
BALSUlisbolievcd to bc tl.e most
popular mcdicinc cver known in Amcrica, lor.
Coughs, Cotfsi Aslhma or Pbthisir., Consun. -
. i.m i r)..i Ar.
liori, Whoopiiig cougb, atid Pulmonary AiTic
tion or ecry kniu.
Exlracts from Ccrlificatcs.l
Dr. Samuel Moirill of Concord, N. II., wtites
"thathe is satisficd ihe Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam is a valuablc mcd cine.having bcen used
with complele sncccss in caseswl.ich bad rrcvi
ously resisipd Ibt mnsj. approved prescriplions.
Dr. Truinan Abell or Leinpstcr. N. rl., wntes
that bc conndenlly recom.ncnds its usc m all
compl-.inlsor ihecl.csls. c.i.ial, .r not superior to
any olhcr mcdicine w.lh.n h.s knowlcdge.
D, Amory llunt.ng or Franklin. Mars.wr Ics
Ihal aflcr hav.iig prcsc.ibed ihe ii,uI remed.e-
wilbout rclicr, and hav.ng consun-d w.lhsevcrs
al em.ncnt physicians, he ha.-found IhcVegeta-
ble Pulmonary Balsam to have had the desired
efl-ct. and rrcommrnds.t asasafe.convenie.it
and etncious mcd.c.ie.
Dr. TI,omaS Brown.or Concord N. H , wrfcs
that. to his knowlcdgc .1 ha, never disapintcd
Ihoreoiiable exp.ctal.ons 0r those who have
uscd .1. .
Sr BBirAHE Ul I.MPOM11U.V. sacn
n.. iqtq Tne Mirnaturo ol ciamnson
be coni.nucd (or ashoit lime, Purchasers sliould
enquire or me iruo c. j .
,r, i ..,,
Vew.tablo l uimonary uaisara, anu sco mai '
Pri-narcd bv Reed Win? and
Low & Reed.) Wholca!c Druggists. Apol'
rits and Oounlry wrcliant grncrally
30 ccnts. For sale by S MOODY.
'.I1ILUI . w
. . . , . rr, ,
An expcricnco oralou fif Ipci. years has prov
cd. beyond a doub , tha I... ern..rUge is a cer
ta.n and ncvcr la.ling cure hr worms
S:nc8 .1 wcs first rut bcrorc Ihe hl.c many
worlhlcss prepara.io,,. have bccn fo ccd..uosaIe
u-liirli bavo bad thcir day. andaie now counlcd
ir5-ho,MS Tt. A. Fahncs-
Inrk'a Vcrmituse IS dallv inCrcasillZ in poplllal-
ity, owing lo its inlriiisic worth. It has only to
bc uscd according to thc directions, anu it
worms cx ist, tlicy wiu ccrtaiiny oc cxpciicu noui
lliffsvstcm. Tlio nriee is 23 cenfs pcr bolll'-.
Pct B. A. F.iiiiiestock's Ver.i.irnge,
and avoid all othcr articles which are taid t be
as good, as noae or thcm harc lhc virtucs ol ihe
U'Aiiy, Green Uo , Pa., May 11, 1S43.
Mr. A. B. Falincstoek & Co.:
Dcar Sii I have bccn using your Vcrmifugc
agtecabiy to dircctioi s, and thc child passed 440
worms In a few wccks, I gave it anotncr viai,
I and il passed 200 more. making in all 610
worms. The child rccuvercd immeiiali-ly, and
' i... nA Kiit, since.
I have prescribed it in many olhcr cases, in
which it has brought awav 200 and 300 worms.
ne.,ock..'vCermirogc ad pu(no confidcnce in
uot the same. and docs not posscs, the virtues of
our exccllcnl remedy
Kor sale in fiiiddlebury, by Uussei. & Gid-
ley Agent. J'iJ
n n M a P c II a n. c a r.ir.ii;r nA ITpaa.
A-r ll u sbswasvuuu wui .
ache catarrh snuff! This snuffis superior
to any thing jel known for rcmovcing that dis-!
ease. the Catarrh, and also a cold in Ihe head fc
ihj hi'adac; c. U opens anj purges out all ob
structioRS.strenglhcns the glands. and gives a
hcaltl.y aclion to tho parts aflected. Ifisprrfec
tly Ircc from any Ihhig deletcrious in its ccmpo
ition has a plcsent flavor,and iias immcdate eflect
after bcing uscd, is agreeable. Price 37 1-2
cents pcr bottle
Each botlle cmtains about Ihree times tho
qitintily of tho scveral kinds of Catarrh snuff, now
selling ata lower price and is thcrefore cheaper,
as wcu as ueucrman any ming oi ihe kind in
Sold by thc Proprietor Charlcs Bowcn,
dlcbury, Vt Wm- C.Simpson &- Reed, E.
ley.Jressrs, lewis. Boston, H. Phelps & Co. A.
D.&.D Sands. and olhers. New Yirk, and by
druggists generally in the U . Statcs & Canada.
THE unoccupied part or ihe building dircclly
south or tbe old College building, and tbe front part
or the house sitoated in tlie north west corner of ihe
college co'mraon. Both piemises well calculaied lo ac-
commoaaie lamilics. Appiy ro tne unueriigneu lor
. SLADE, Agent.
Jan.29, 184 L
ler. none o.ncr kl-..u.uc u. a ....... "-" f.i.-n, .nnnd !l w
VI I II I I ! I f t
...lttT1 f rrzvt it - ntzl nf vonr Wrmiruir-. blessln? and voui instrumentaliu , mv child Iive
THIS uniivaled prcporation has ptrfoim-
cd some or the most astonishing cures or dis-
tases that are recorded in ihe annals uf Ui
tory, ibus proving conclusively lliat it isca-
pabYe of fulDllinS the high aim and purpose
r' whlCVl 'S dcs.'Sned: P?nl snfffriDS
fr years frm.vauous chiontc conslilutional
Jisor(lcrS) afief trying diflerent rnnedics,
spenumg lliousands oi uouars in iravei.ng
. jocte,:n!j al sufil'tins all that human
: rannblp nf pr.dl.rinf. have bv thc
r r hi.ttles.enlirelv rccovered' their
- iti,,.m , K,r), ,,r
tvni-s livu o.iu nucum u.iu ";.
use. Diseascs baving llieir origin m u im-
r ihp hlmid and fluids cenerally
wjl i,e snecdilv aud effixlually removid bv
,his ;nvatudUie mcdicine, as i)s operation is
,; ani, conslsls iu removing the causc
"isease 0T -to th, circu.al.on &
passing llirough tbe general system. U liere
' obsirusctions to its tavorable operation exist
il.pi are removed as il nasses alon" the ad
mentary canal; hence thcpatient will feel and
know tne sensible operation ol ,he Sars.ira-
rilla from its curative powcrs.
; The following cerliricates from individuah
who have suflered with scrofula in its severcsl
,; ;"f prcacnled for the carehil petusal.f tk
Ejscx, Conn., July 25, 1S43.
Sakds Genl.: About eight yeais,
since, by betng overhcatcd anddircctly afif rei-
nosed, I wasseizi-d wilh a severe coia, wnicii
iloranged Ihe whole tyslem. Puiple or livid
spots appcared on the skin, attendcd with vinlent
pain of the hcad; the syinptoms be'ng alarmipp,
a pbjsician was called who prcscribed biisteiiiij
i lAA.l,:nn t.Kli.K nrnrlnri'd tmrlial relic.
d . , 3 ,orm0(! unU(r tr,0 skin oa ti.
ou ,s,r lhfc bo and tha l)octor pronoun-
ced ' cornplaint hereditary Scrofula cow fortlic
5rst u,c devclopcd. The follo-wing winter my
f , d jn boh mcr,e3l ,id was again
B ,, which relieved n.v sighl during th
m' noae no. hegln0 inctease il. sii
. J 6
; , ;. The nosc evcn rcw rery scie
'alldediiCBiurged profuSoly tbJmost loa.hsome
bsUnce Mwboie sjem was involved ia
disease; the lump. sotlcned and discl.argcd rrccly
t bi,ity. Cers ow broke out
PJ ; - - d isc t)e muscks
j',. ',.,,.,,,, ao ,at I was rendercd
n,,n. I.Mnli-ss. I rpniainpd with little chanze
,hY,;rdi,fooiii.tiMlOelobr. wheu I wi,
an indicribable ensji-jn
carly unconscious, and my
as the will ot kinu rrovi-
eucetorid me or my sntleiinm, but from llns In
ecovcrca oniy ip i
ecovcrcd only to suffci o.i:lhe ulccrs bad be-
continuous sore cntirely raw.
. ,. .... - ,u: t ., .l n,-....
I r" , :nril,aMe SarsaDarilla which I was ic
.. . .
ouceu iu " iruui i.i u.dnj ic...d.&aw.b vu.c .
saw puillisncil. II Cd.t.a iu iuu ' Bw.t.c gu.iui.
anffe: ani1 1 can carcely tell why, yet from tlio
moment I lieard it mentiomd I was inpresed
ully wilh tho belief that this was to be the good
Samarilan rbrme and traly it.bas wnughtwro't
wondcrs in my case. After using it a few days
my pains grew casiei, Ihe swelling of the body
and limbs wcnl down, tho ulccrs conimencpc!
healing and I rcstcd well. Af.cr suflfcring erery
thing bul Ihe pains of death, how happy tm
and how grateful do I feel lo be able lo add ai
olher tcstimonial lo the efficacy oryoiir pricle.s
Sarsaparilla! Monissa Simmo.vs.
Middlesex Co. ss E.scx, Conn. July 23, 1SJ3
Pcrsonally appcartd Ihe above-namcd JIorn'-a
Simmons, and made oath to lhc facts conlained
in the forcgoing statcment bufotc me.
Curdon SiiiTH, Juslice oTlhe Pi-are.
We Ihe subjciibers. bcing personally acipiaint
ed wilh Jlrs. Siiiimois, do nol hcsilatc to sjY
that wecoiisider.lbo aboTe statcment ofhcr cait
substaiitialty true and enlitkd toconfidence.
REunEN Post, Dcacon Baplisl church
I Hill IIavdex, .tercliant,
Ciias. Gkee.ileaf. Suic Dentist.
A. F. WlIlTTESlORE, Post-mtst r.
REARKABLE CURE OF IIII' DISEASE.
New York, July 26lh, 1313.
Messrs. Sands Gent. .My daughter agfd si
years, was attackcd wilh lhc hip disease nh-n
Iwo years old. aad since tTieii shc bas beci)
...; ..r.lilallr Mot.n unlil rrrpntlv !.i..l her
su(erjg a intervais was most painful lo behold
and hafll'-" descriplion. The head of the lnp
uone na3 thrown cntirely out ol place, afrr
l,,rl, inaUpr of i.uss Turmed in Ihe s-icket or
sh,Jw,. enlirely dcprived or all natural t.st.-
sbe was reduced lo a mero sktleton and vcr;
oflcn cxclaimed, Oh mother, I nish it might
pleasc lhc 'Good Man' above to take me un'o
himselL' U was my fervcnl prajer I ef sufiir,
ings might be tcrminaled and my anxious fears
The Almighly has promtsed lo be witr. s in
yes is r slored to perftct heallh, and is a br-
ng monumeni oi u.e eiucacy oi ynor neann re-
sloring Sarsaparilla. We had tricd all rcmedies
within our reach, had the bones ouce set. had it
b'istered and nurgcd, wilbontefiect. She cora-
mer.ced Ihe use .r the Sarsapaiilla in April lasl
and in less than a week there wa an cvident
imiiiovemcnt a dUcharge came on Irom the hip
joint, and itcommenced healing. nnd inlerslh.n
iwo weekswas entirely closed. During ihe
time or usin the Sarsaparilla she passed large
quantities of worms. w liich aided malerially in
owtti ely res.oreS and who.ly
(XV'teful feelings of a molher's hea.t
and fnher's joy, we subscribe ourselvcs your
WlLLlAM S. BAILET.
i No. 596 Fourth street.
t Welhe subscribcrs teing neigbbors to WTI
liam and sarah Bailey, kniw Ihe above state
) ment inrelation to their child anjlheruie per-
fonned by saod's sarsaparilla to be stnclly truly
SCROFULA CURED OFSIXl'SJKS
Philadclphia July 23, 1343.
Mcssrs. sands, Gcnt In tbemonth or Junc,
1837, I wasaltckcd wilhcramp in Ihe stomach.
induced by a sudden chrck or perspiratioa. By
timcly remedies I as rehcved, but my systera
had received ashock rrotn which 1 did not recor
er About two month3 after this, a scrofula or
lump appeared cu my breast, which gradually
increased to the size ofa her. s egg. and then
K.,m. pxecssivclr painrul. I tried difirreul
panaceas without deriving any bcnefit whaterer.
and continuine to.grow worse. apph'ed to a hoin-
ccopathic physician, who left rr.e suflinng
than he found me The scrorula now appeerfu
in my right knee and ancle; my leg sweiico , .o
fourumcs us naiurai
sive ulceration. tendering me for years a belpK-"
cripple.tho greatcr part or the time snnenng o
criiatinganguish. I now bad affa."
to the old practice, was cupped and blistereu'
,y severety, but all to Pf-aIJBB.
RU3Sel & GnmLEragenls '(g
ment for the ptop.rietors for Middlebury