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TH15 nriivnlpil nrrnoration has nfifoim
ed so-iie of tbe most aRtonisning cures of dS
rases that re xecorded in ihe anoals of his
torr, Ums pruviDg conelusivelv that it tsca
pible of falfilling tl.e li'gh aim and purpose
fo' which it is disijned. Patients suOVnns
r... .,r3 f,m virinm chrnnic constilulional
dUorden, afier trying diilerent remedies,
pendllg thousanos m uoiuis wa.f-B
sn,d docterinjr. and 6uff.rins all that buraai.
:., o,,,-t,lf. of endurintr. have bv tbe
use of a few bntilef, enlirely recovered iheir
health. Clnonic Kueumatism, ocmiuu ui
Kin-'s Eril Sslt Rheum and Hingworm, Ul
cirs and painful sflVction of il c boi.es, UI-
ceiuted Throat ancl ;osirns, ocurvy, uuta
Blotcht-sand various cu-
uneous rrvpiious, are effectually cured byits
use. DNeases baving tbeir nrigin in an im
pure stale of the blnod and fluids gencrally
W.l Iic speedily and efTeciually ftmevid by
this inva'uable raedicioe, as its opetniion is
peculiar, and consisls in rerr.oving ihe cause
f disease by enterina intotbf circulalioii &,
passing tttrough tbe general svstem. Where
.ibvrusciions toits favurable operalion extst
rfiej are removed as il passes alorg me au
mentarv canal; hence thepaiient will feel and
know the sensible operalion ol rnc oarsapa
r lli fr.im ii curative DOwers.
The follnwing cerlificatos from individuals
who liave sufiercd witli scrofula in its sererrst
turiii, are prescnted for the carelul peiusai i me
Efiex, Conn., July 25, 18 13.
Mkssrs- Sands Gent.: Aboul cight years
i, K01 n tr nTrhialed anddirccllv allerel
ixtecd, I was3iiz. d wilh a severe culd, which
rforanged the whole rystem. Fuiple or livid
.pots appeared on the skin, attetidcd with violcnl
pain of the head; Ihe symploms being alarmUig,
a pbysic'un was cal'ed who prcscribed blUlcnng
iu lcecmni:, wuicn jiiuuui.su iu 1 .
Hard honv lumus lorraed under tlio ekin 00 vari
ous pirts of the body, and the Doctor pronoun-
ced rny compiaini nereaurj crumia tu !
firit timo developcd. The following winter my
sighl failcd in boih cyrs; mcdical aid was gain
n-sirlrd to. which relieTed roy sight during tha
fuinmer; my nose now began to increase in i"
and ihe wLolebody rapUly enlarg-d witli a drop
sical sneUing, Tlie nose even grew very eoie
tnd al dUcharged profusely tbemost loathsome
aabsiance My whole system was involved in
diseare; the lumpa soilened and discharged frccly
prndacing great debility; ulccrs now broke out
n tbe lofii, and to compicte mii-ery, the muscles
andsiuewscntrar.tcd so that I wa rendered
nearlv lielplsx. I remained with littlo change
in thfa condilion until lasl October, when I wa
mddenly apiied wilb an indiscribable seniation
rhich rendared me ntarly unconscious, and my
fnends supposed it was the will of kind Provi
nce to rid me of my sulTe:ing, but from this In
ccovcred only to nutTei on:the ulcers had be
come one conlinuons fore enlirely raw.
It was in lhs condilion I commenced the usp
of youis tnraluable Sarsaparilla uhich I was in
duced to usc from the many rcmarkable curea I
ca;v piiblishcd. It canie to me vs aume guvdia.
angel; and I can searcely tell by, ycl from the
inament I lie-ard it mentioncd I waa impressed
ul'y wilb. ths bclief that tliis va to be tlie good
Saimritaii for me and truly it bas wr jnght wro't
ju.liT in my case. After using it a few days
my pamj grcw catiei, the sweiling of tlie body
and limbs wcnl down, tho ulcers commenced
Irraling and I rettrd wcll. Afier eunering every
thing but Ihe pains of death.bow happy m
ar.J how grateful do I feel 10 be able to add an
ui lir tcfliiTionial to the efiicacy of your priceless
Siraparilla! Mosissa Sijimonj.
Middlcicz Co. Si Eex, Conn. July 25, lgJ3
Personally appeared Ihe above-nnmrd Monisia
Simmoni, and inade oath to Ihe facts contained
n tbe forfgoing statcn.ent bcfore me.
Curdon Smith, Juslice of Ihe Peace.
We tbc subfdibcrs. bcing personally acquainl
ed wilb Mrs. Simtnons, do not hcsilate to say
that wecousider the a'uoye slatement of hcr case
cukstantially true andentilltd to confidence.
ReunEN Post, Deacon Baptin rharcb
1 lIiLt. Havde.n, .1erchant,
Ciias. Greenleif, Surg Denliet.
A. F. WniTTEMonE, Post-mtst r.
RE-UARKABLE CURE OF HIP DISEASE,
Nen- York, July 26th, 1843.
Mesns. Sands Genl. Sly daughttr aged six
ycars, was allacked wilh tbe hip disease vrhrn
tivo vcars olJ. and since ll-.eu she haa bren
urowing gradually worse unti' rcccntly, and her
suderinsr at intrrvalt was most paiuful to bebold
and baffl decrip'.ion. The betd of the hip
tioiM was thron entirely out of iilaci'. afler
wlnrli ir.a'lcr of puss foimcd in the sickel of
the joiut.and for niany monihs in succersion,
the w '.s enlirrly di-pried of all natural rtst.
She was reduced to a mcro skrleton and rcry
nften exclaimed, 'Oli mother, I wish it mighl
pleae Ihe 'Good Man' aboTe 10 take me on'o
liicifcll.' It was my fervenl prajer ler Fufier,
ngj might be tcrminated and my an.ioua fears
The Almizhty has promiscd lo be nilh us in
x truubles.and in ihe seventb he will not leare
us nor forsake us, lf we put our Irusl and con
fidcnce in llim ; and tiuly I can siy it !ins bcen
verificd in ihe (iresenl cac. Thiough II is
blcsiin; and your instrumentaliti , my cbild lives
ve i r siored to perfcct heallh, and is a liv.
iig munument oTILe emcacy or yf'Ur health re
sloring Sarsaparilla. We had lri d all remedies
within our reach, had tlie bunrs cnce set, had it
b'istered and purgrd, wilhontefP-ct. iShe corn
menceil Ihe use of the Sarsapaiilla in April lait
and in less tban a week lh. re va an evident
iinproreineul a di:charge came "11 Irom the hip
joint,uiid it commenced healins-nnd !nlesthin
iwo weeks was enlirely cloel. Uur.'ne the
liine of u.-in2 tbe Sarsaparilla she pitstl large
quanir.ie" 01 worras, nnicli aideu materially in
haslonmg Ihe cure, She rapiril) impiovcd in
slrenglh and health, ht?r appetite inrrcasei and
fhe is now entirely reslored, and nholly to by
With Ihe gnteful feclings of a mother'd bcatt
and falher"8 joy, we subscrilie cursclvis your
fri'ind, Wilmau s. Bailet,
No. 59C Ki urih ttrpct.
Wethe subfcribcrs teing nrighbois to Wi.
liam ar.d sarah Bailey, kn?w the aln.rilatc
nwnt in relation to thcir child and Ihe euiSpers
l jrmed by sand's sarraparilla tu bf s'ncilyTtruh
William I'owcps, "
Joh.n Jlvcns. )
SCROFUL.I CURED OF SIX YJRS
Philadelpbia July 23, 1813.
Messn. sandi, Gent. In the nvonth of June
1837, I wasalt-rkcd withcrampiu the stomach',
nduced by a sudden chrck of .rf pirj'ion. Bv
timrly remedies I was rpliovel, htit my syslem
had r.-ceivcd ashock fro-n which 1 f:d not recor.
cr. Ahout tuo raonths afterthis, a scrofula or
lump appeared cn my hreasl, nh:cb graduallv
increased tothe size of a her.'n egg, and then
becamc escessivcly painful. 1 tried diffrreiit
lanaceas vrithout deriviug any bcr.cfil halever,
and conttsuing to grow norsr, applied to a hom
rcopathic physician, ho lcll me suffl.rin" mora
than he found me Thc fcroluh now appeared
in my righl knre and anclc; roy lig twelled to
fourlitnes its nalural rizc and thrcalrncd extens
sive ulcration, rcndering me for years a helpless
crtpple, Ihe greatcr partof the lioie sufieringcx
cra:iating anguish, I now had recoorao again
lo Ihe old practice, was cupped and blislcrcdve.
ly jcverely, but all to no pi.rpose.
lU'ssrt t GnioLETazenld by sjiecial appoinl
iau J01 'be prcprie'cra 'r Mid'llnbory and
The New and Elegant Boat
& A U Li A N 1 ,
CAPT. A. P. MOBART.
fLL cDinmence ber regular trips be
V twecn this City and Buffnlo in eon
ncction ith tba Facfcet, J. SHERMAN,
running nij(bt and day as followr:
Lraves Vergennes, Leaves Bufalo,
July 9th July 52d
iugBt 20th SeptemberSd
Scptemlier 17th Septemher 30th
October i5th Octnbor 28lh
This pachet is finished in a tylc unsur
psssed by any Packct e.ther on tho North
emor Western Canal. Her Rooms are
Iarge and airy, her nrrangements nre sucb
ihat seTcnty-flvo to cighty ean be accom
inotlatcd with borths without inconvenience.
An expericnced Gaptain and crew will
gpsre no pains ta .tiake n journoy from this
place to Buffalo plcasant. ETery facihty
will be givan to Fatnilies who wish to board
tbemsflves. For further particu'ara en-
quira of CHAPMAN, Agtnl.
JOY & WKUSTER, ? Buffalo,
W.M. KTIMPSOX. t N.Y.
Vergennes, Juno 18, 1844.
Tbe mnchines at the old statid of D. P.
Nash in ftrst ratc rcpair, and the buiness
of Wool Carding Will be continued on rea
onabls terma and in a workman like man
ntr. C.L. SMITH.
New-Haren Engt Mills, June Ist. 1844. 7
Medicinci hare becn nsed with success in nlmoitt
rery disease to nhicli mankiod Is ltable, and 1ier
eouipbinU, whhiheir roany weH koown attendantr.
billioii and Birk lieadache, pain and oppression af
ter mea1,giddiness. dizziness, fingiog noise in tho
Itead andeart, drowiines, bearlbuni, loss of appe
tite. viind, spaims, $c..thejareacknoiedgedioDe
taitly luperior to anthing ever bcfore oflcred to the
. .. f " f 7 111 ft J L i
publ e, and for tbose of a full labit of body, thcy 1 1 j
pr0,.nraluabl.; h.IeaS 'general 'V 'f""1. !
fjr eilhcr scx, tbcy cannot fail to ensure universal
ii most certain iffreelv eiien on the attack offcter
influtnza, meatlrs, sore tbroat, recent colds. ilk J
onsh and inflammatorT disoders. In rheumatura (
aad chrooic complaiuts thcy have also performed tho
noit e.Mraordinory curcs, nlien used with perceter
aece. Rcssil Jc GniDLET.Only Agcnts for tbc gcn
iilhe Article io middlebury.
THE Subscriber has takcn the Store in
Monkton Borough, recently occupied by J.
Mincr & Co. and isnow roceivingand opcn
ing a splendid atock of New Goods, recently
purchased tu New York and Troy, compris
ing alrnost every variety csually kept in a
country store, cenaistmg ol
Onccrics, Hardicare, Crockery and Glass
vare, Drugi, Alcdidnes $ I'aints, Lin
teed Lump Oil, Cut nraughl
Kailt, IWndow Glass, Pulty
Ced Fish, Mackcril, Literpool isaU.
wiiith be intends to keep constantly on hand,
and sell at 12 1-2 cenU advance from the
ie wouiasay tonisiormermenasana toepuD-1
u . ... . . ... . ;
H.thathedesigns tokeep a good sunply of all ;
theanicles wanted bytbepeople, an Wsellas
tbeapas can be obtained 5t kny other atore in !
the State for Cash, and on the most accommoda -
tinz'terms for other pay oronshortapprovedcred-
people of Starksboro' and especially tbose who
hare becn in tbe habit of trading with him in
New Haren, are respectfully invited to call.
1. U. SAUiU.
Monkton, May 8, 1844. 2
iloofl Cinia BOOBUSHELSUats
"ccu VaiO. a good article to sow
inn BUSHFLS CORN.
W. S. JonNsow
Apiil lst. 1844.
The subscribe'S are now receiving theirSpring
aad Summcr Goods, wbicb for variety, amount
and cheapness, will not beeiceeded, il cqnalled,
by any stock of goods in this vicinity.
rjr'Particulars next week.
Z. BECKWITH, & Co.
May 4, 1841.
Arrival JNo. 2.
C. HIIJGE hns iust receivedan additionalsnp-
ply of Florence Braid Bonncts, and artificials,
Genilemen's Molcskin, Lcgborn, and Palm Leaf
Hats, Mous. D. Laines, Balzorines, &c. &c.
May 8, 1814.
BROVN & SHELDON, have jnst re-
cewcd a general assortment of Goods for the reduction from formcr prices. Also PRE
scason, incIudingLngbsh, German, and ban- JIID3I EAGLE PLOWS.gotnpin Worces-
cy u oms auu w-siiUC.,
Gambroons, &c.; nchbattnand SilkA esungs,
Pi ifnM Tlnlvnnnia I .nn-ni. A'r. VC. W hlCll
:.. . ' , ; ' , ' ,
will uc soki cneap lorcusn.
April 7th, 1844.
CRAVATS. Gent'g silk and satin Cra
vats, Ladies' Cravats, Blk. Ital. CravaU; Pa
tent Kubbcr Braces, Silk Suspeuders, icc.
for sale by
BROWN &: SHELDON.
April 7th, 1844. 1
OLD, nnd Young Hyson. Hyson Skin,
and Black Teas. Loaf, Lump and Broun
Sugurs, tnolasses, Cuf&es, Rice, Rnisins,
Spices, and peppcr, fot sa'e utiusunlly Iow
lfl fncryc Ladies, Misses and chil-
uaiters. -iiso nien's LaisKin uooimii ine
most fashionable atyle and best mauuiitct-
rt .. w . l 1 T1 - . I. . I
ure at rcuticen prices, just rec'il by
CURTA1N Muslins, L'nmbrics. Fringes.
Furnitures nnd Coppertilates just rec'd
bv A. FRANCIS.
riROCKERV and Glass Ware. Also a
J new stock of Hardware now otieniug
by A. FRANCIS.
TUST RECEIVED The Agencyof Doct.
Buchan's Huscarian Balsau for Ad
dison County. At
KUSSEL & GIUDLEYS.
'J'HE subscriber has becn appointrd Agent
foi tbe HiRTroRD Fiaa IasoKineE Cosiratrr
far Middlebury and vicinity, and will receive
proporalnfnrinsBrincproprrty arainstloss or
damage by Fire. Tho long established reputa-
lon ol tnis coinpany, ana ine prompiners
with wbicb all their tranjactions bavcbeen
characterisod rondcr it unnccessary to say any
thing initsfiTor. All bussiness cennccted
with tho office intrusted to him will bo faith
fully and punotually Irancaotcd.
JUKA1H 1K MAtiAK.
MidJKbury, Kcb. 20, 1313 4S;y Ag-nt.
GEORGE S. SWIFT,
ATTORMEY AMD COUMSELOR AT LAW
OMct in Ihe Room. occupitd lyHie County
March. 26th 1844. 47;tf.
THE KINGPS OIL
FOR all weunds 00 Ilcnti and
CaltU, saeh as
BRU1SES. C0T3, FISTU
LAS, SPRAIK3, CORKS.galU
eihier by tbe Sadle or Collar. bUBL iiAUh,
SiORE BRKA5TS, Scratches &e. &c., and
woanJs of eierr datriotion remoring all sore.
ness and stiffness, and heilingup tbe worst wounds
in from one to 6rt days time.
THIS RFI FRRATED REMEOY
nrenared bv order ef His Maieity. the late
Kin Wm. IV. of Great Briuin, under tbe direc-
tion of Mr. Yooatt, the oelebrated Engl sb Farnier
and uicd by him in the Royal Stnd of lloriei ooly,
tlm a feslber 1nto tbe Oil and spply to tbe
woond er sore, :nricea day or, in sererc wounds.
wet a rag in ihe oil. and bind on me wouna.
N. B. Sliake the bottle before using, and keep
Price 25 eents. To ba hadat this OfSoc. 10;tf
YERGEMMES AMD TROY LIME.
M. D. IIALL & Co.
THIS line of Boats will be in first rale rc
pair at the openinz of Navieation and will com-
mence running to and from Troy & Vergennes.
Leafing Vergennes every Tuesday and Salur
day morning at 7 o'clock A. SI., and Troy cve
rr Wednesday and Salutday at 3 o'clock P. M.
Freight will be receircd in Troy up to the hour
of starling. Freight lo be shipped from Ver
Cennes must te on board tbe day previous.
Fasschecrs travellinff South will hnd tms a
cheap'knd coitvenicnt rout asjwellasexpeditious
anu bUUICUICIII IUULa9.ilCII9M'i.iil f
and nQ . ,,, d J0 render them com.
fortabe and satisGed. 1 he Proprietors of tbis
j Lino hope and believe tbat tbe promptness and
dcspatch. Ibat Good, are shipped by this lina
will ensurc them a full shire of Public I'atron-
R. CHAPMAX, Agent.
M. D. IIALL, Aeent.
255 Rlrer Street up Slairs Troy, N. Y.
Vcrgenues, April 1st 1844.
VERGENNES & BUFFALO LINE.
THE CANAL PACKET,
CAPT. F. M. SIIAW.
WILL commenre her trlps on tbe 30ih .Jpril
between tbis City and Bufhlo N. Y.
Runnins day and night as follows :
Leaves Vergennes, Lcnves Buffalo,
April 30 May 13
Mny 23 June 10
25 July s
6 Aug, 19
5 Sept. 16
1 Oct. 14
29 Nov. 11
Tbis Packet will be in first rate order for
the accommodation of Passcngers and
r- i vv:n 1 .. ir . 7 ..ti-
' " ? " " ' J rj Q,B,,n
f .mrn,?f'.t'VC bf, T f ,hS
Vh.tchall. f reight must be on board the
previous. Ihose tnoving or visiting
their fnends in the far West will find this
the most cxneditions. and at thc same tim
tho cheapest route they can tnke. Tbose
who choo.se to do so, can havo every facili
ty forBoarding themselvcs. Due attention
will bc paid to all passengers by a careful
Cnptnin and crew. For further pnrticulars
11. CHAPMAN, Agent, Vergennes.
JOY & WEBSTER.
WM. STIMPSON, 5 uunal
Vergennes, April lst 1844.
STOVES, TIN AND
HOLLOW WARE, &c.
, I The Subscriber will keep on hand a full and
, cbmplete assortment of STO VES, ofthe most
. approved Patterns, Togethcr with a gcneral
1 assortment of TIN, COPPER & SIIEET
TRflM Winp .,t.:i. .:n i. i.l ,
ter Mass. superiorto any thing of the kind,
ever offend t . J o , D
lll:1 , - .. n
miuas oic. manutacturea in urandon
J. B. WILSON.
Inthe green Store, formerlv occupied byR.
D.Farr. ' 49:tf
"iJTACKEHEL Codfisb nndTnble Saltof
irjL supertur qimlity, for cale nt.
RUSSELL .5- GRIDLEYS.
Dec. 4, 1343.
TAKE KOTICE !
The subscriber would respectfully inform the
public that he has commenced manufactnring, in
the Woolen Mill, formcrly occupied by Edward
Jewett, at New Haven East Mills, and employed
the best workmen.put his machinery in thoroush
rcpair, uiiu ui rcaumc, iu ictcne, uiuuianu-
PLAIX CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND
On reasonable tcnns, bv the vard. or on shares.
which he pledges himself shall be done in the best
manncr, and to the satisfaction of all who may
faror him with their palronage. The subscriber
wili give stnct, and constant personal attention
to the buciness; and from the long expcrience he
has had as a manufactnrer, hopcs to receive a
uberal share of the pubnc patronage.
K. B. Clotb dressingdone as nsua, and in as
good style as possitle. E. P.
New Haven East Mills, April 2d,18. 49
IFRIGHT & BUSH,
ARE now receivln; a general assort
ment ol XtuWa uuuua, caited to thc wants of tbe
community.which with thc ntock on hand, is intended
to cmbrace every article deiircd by our customen,
among tTliich willbe found various
iVir STYLES OF GOODS,
for ladies dresses, soch as: Aaknrines, organdies.
Delaines, muslinu, lawns &c. etc. Bonneti and
Rilibons a great variety. Cloths and Casiimerea
a large itock. Sommer cloths of every style and
price. llardtrare, Crockery and Glass ware, Dnigi
and Medlcines, Groceries, Paiots, Oil, Iron, Steel,
Nails, Glass, Dry Fish, Salmon, Salt Floor, Wiadow
Sanh, &c. &.
Tbeir stock ia fact, embraces etery article nsuallr
called for in tbis section of the country, nrblch will
besold forreadypay, orapprorederedit ia all eases
as Iow as can be nrocured in ths countr, aad leas
where tlie coit will warrant il.
Shoreham, May 10, 1844. 2
New Trcat.nsnt ofConsumpt ion
nuehm'n Hancrian UaUam if Life.
Prepared in London, Englantl, and rcc
cnmtnended by all cfthe i n.o-t celebrttted
PlnMcbiwin 1-iirope. Snl.l nliolMalero
tail by R USSKLL &. G R10LKY, Mid
dlebury. Agft'.t" for Atldison County.
Thi dav rec'd 1000 lbs. Fresh Confcction
. -m r T t.
aries. from tne nianuiacrurcr, iur ooie uy
SADDLE & HARNESS
mHI snbscriber. at liis old stand
X in the brick building one door
north of ihe Court llouse, nis re
eeired bis winlrr rtock from N.York
and Albany, out of which he will
mannfacture and keep constantly on
hand or make to onler on snort no'
tice, the followinarticIes,Tix:
BR1DLES & MARTIMGALS.
Common double and single tinned nnd
jappaned harnesses malleable ttp t tung ;
Brass and Silver mounted coach, gig
and waggon harnesses of diflercnl
stvle mountings & conslruclion,
Carpel bigs and valtces of
diflerenl malerial and fash
iod, French fo!it hras
rivilcd iron frame
Trunks ; Imitation
folio, and a largo
size and quality of
bacr ton and common plain Teunks.
ITT Caniase trimminc done in a neatand work
manlike manner all kinds of repairs in his line
done at short notice. The abote and all other arti
in his line of business will be manufactured onl of
a rood Slock as can be had in raarket, and sold
ascheap for caih or most kinds of produce as can
be perchaked in Ihis Section of the coontry. of the
satne quality. Perions wishing to pnrchase aoy
article in bis line of business will do well to call
and cxaminc prices and work asbe intends tokeep
laree assortment constantly on hand. Credit
"iren if required.
Alsoa eood and well selecled assortment of Sad
dlery hard ware diflerent Patterns of Brass Silrer
Fine Malleable tip t tung and all kinds ol com
mon ware, Coach lace Ivory Uingi Curlcd
bair. Opcn and Round Bclls llorse Cards. Cur
ry and Manc Combs, llorse Brnshes, Neats foot
Oil and a good assortment of W hips & Lashes.
Patent Leather Cap fronts and bands &c. which
will besold ai cheap for Cath os cau be had this
sideffTroy. U. 11JI.L
Middlebury Dec 27, IS4S
THE VOIC2 OF THE PEOPLE,as wellaso
cxperience, has always bcen decisive in faor of
PHELFS'TOMATO PILLS. TUey liave been
in eeneral use as a Family Medicine. for Cre years
during which lime, more than a million of afllict-
ed ones hare extenenccd tbeir heabng virtnes.
From Maine to Georgia, and from tbe sea to thc
Rocky Mounlains, may be heard tbe voice of grat
itude f tr delircntnce from suderiog, by this the
Peoples' remedy ; and in crery bamlet are liring
witnrsses able lo tcll of their dclirerance from
death bv tbis valuable remedy. Werc all the testi
raony publishcd. which the Proprietor has receircd
concrrning the good etfects ol bis Medicine, it
would convince tbe most sceptical. Cases alraost
innumrnble of Di'stwpsia, Jaundice, Bilious Fe
lers, and Lirci Afiections, Rrumatisni.pains in the
back. side, loins and limbs, acid vtomacb, gravel
habitual costireness, sick headache, colds. cough
and lung ferer. scrofulous diseascs, ulccrs and tu
niors of lon? standing. &e , batc bcen cured by
these Pills alone, and the tetlimonv recorded with
proper vouchers ; and it iseonfidentlybelieved that
no ciseof the abnre coraplaints can nitbstand a
Derseverina use ofthe Pills so say thc Physicians,
rnisp id noxcs, iriin ine signaiurc ot u. iw.
Phrlps, M. D., on the side label.
Beware of loiposition! Alany are uase enougli
to try to imitate this remedy. Be paiticular to get
the gennine. andyou V. ill not be dieappointed
Aofhts ! Never buy of Peddlers tbev are
neter alloncd to carry the genuine Pills. Send
your orders to the Proprietor, Hartfoid, or some ol
bis general Agfnts. wlio areappointed by lnm.
Ufc.i1t.llAL. UhirO l ,
at 226 Main street Hartford
Sidney Moody, Middlebury,
Volney Koss. liranilon.
Humley & Higgins, Salisbury,
M. Hats!! Ilats!!!
THE OLD ST1KD A FEW RODS
S NORTH TnC JilL.
THE subscriber would inform thc
public that he has on hand a large assortment of
black and drab Hats of the latest New-York fash
ions, which he oBers lower for cAsn or most
kinds of Prodcce than can be bought in this
N. B. The highest price will be paid for lambs
wooi anu itiusKrai SKins. J. J.
Middlebury, April 17, 1844. 51;tf.
all colors, sold by
Brmcn lf Sheldon.
The snbscribers would respectfullr inform th
inhabitanu of Middlebury and vicinity that they
will continue the business of Carding Wool and
dressing clotb during the winter at tbeir stand in
Vergennes formely occop'ed bv E. Sberill Esq
Wool or clodi tcnt bv Stage or otherwiie will
be promtly execnled.
Fancy dying sncb as ladies worsted dresses also
altended to as usnal. JEWETT & BAKER.
Vergennes Dec. 26, IS43.
The subscriber continues to givo Med.
ical inslruction, dcsisned by nnrlicular at
lentton to iniigenous medical Botany, and
to tlm principal practicnl subjects of cene-
ral Tliernpouiics. to adnpt tlie courso lo thi'
requifites of those who intcnd to bccome
Ile has engoged S. Pearl Lalhrop, A. M.
M. D., to ioslruct in natural seience, and
in human ana comparatwe Analomv.
Gentlemen who desire may liave ndmis
sion to the Lectures given in the College
on Uhemtstry, ISalural Iltstory and Phtlos.
PJ' JONATHAN A. ALLEN.
Middlebury, Dec 20th 1843. 33;tf.
DR.MARSHALLS Aromatic aud Head.
ache CATAnan s.iurr! This snuff is superior
to any mineiei xnown lor remove nir that dts.
case. tne UaUrrh, and also i cold in tbe head &
thj h'adacrc. It opens and purges oat allob
slructions.sirengtnens me glands, and gives a
neauny acnou io ine pans atiecieu. it is prrlec
tly freo from any th'ng deletcrious in its compo
sition has a plesent flsvor.and has immedato efiect
after being uscd, is agreeable. Price 37 1-2
cents pcr bottle
Each bottle contains about threo timcs tho
quantity ofthe several kinds of Catarrh snufi". now
. i ir . l i .1 c .
Beiunt; a luwer ytwn ana ib inereiore cneaper,
is wcll as bettertban anv thing of the kind jn
Sold by tho ProDtiotor Charles Itowon. MM
dlebury, Vt Wra' C.Simpton lc- Reed, E, Brin
Iey.JVessrs, Lewis. Boston, H. PhelpsttCo. A.
B. & D Sands. and olhers. New York. nd bv
druggisls gcnerally U Ihe U . SUtes & Canada.
For the coiuumyU.m oj the Lungs!
THE bosl Medicine known to man for ln
cipiont consumplinn.asthma of every itage
Bleeding ofthe lungs, cotiglu, colds. liver
complaint, and all diseascs of Iho pulmon
'Nature's own Prescript'wn.A com
pound Balsamic preparation of t'no Pbdn
os Vikginiana. or 'Wild Cherry Bark
coinbincd with the cxtrurt of tar, prepar
ed by n now cliemicul process, t.uproved
and rccomtnended by tho most distingutsh
ed physicians, and universally a:knowl
edaed the most valuable medicine cvur dis
covered. Noquackcry! No DeceplionU All pub
Hshed statements of cures perlornxd by
this medicine, aro in every rcspr-ct liue.
Bc careful and gei thc genuine 'Dr. IFTs
lar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,' as rpiiriou
imiiaiions nro abroad. 36
Orders from any pnrt of tlio country
ohould be addressed lo Isaac Bulls.flo 125
Fu'ton streel, New York. T.tns sl nnd
Gridlet, Cliemrs's c Druggisls, A( cnts
F. Huntington, Vergennes.
INDIAN VEGETABLE F U.S;
HOUGH manv medicineslia ebcen
bcfore thc public for n min h longer
Deriod than WriahVs Jndian Vi lelalle
Pills, yet nono stands now in hig' ei reputc,
or has moro lapidly allained o -1 n hold
upon popular cstimatton. Jne ntc JSAND3
that havo used thcm throughout the length
and breadih of the republic, all bear cneer
fuJ tesitmony to their thorovgh efficacy and
miid operalion when employed in tho most
distrcssing disordcrs 'which flesl is hetr
Tho llieory of discasc on which Wrish'.'s
Fndian Veectable Pills are lounded is this,
viz; Ihat ihcre is onfa one primary cause,
of all ihc disordcrs ihat afllicl Ihc liuman
family, and ihat is corrupt humors; or. iv
other words impurity of Blood. This
principle is now so generally ndmitted that
it mav in fact be saiJ lo be susiaincd by
nn univetsality of opinion, the few dissen.
ters constituiing but a very feeb'e minori'.y.
It is useless, thcrcfurc.io dtscuss tlio sound'
ness of this llieory in this placo nnd con
nnxion. The one disease principle being adtnil-
ted, tho modo of atlack professed by all
practtlioners bccomes the same namoly
pubgation. But muny of tiie so.called spe-
cifics now beforo the public, produce only
one form of purgation: thcy nre eilher Su
doriflc, cathartic, Diuels or expeclorant.
Wnsbl's Indian Venelable Pills combine
all these nronerties, k aro tbcrcfore cnlcu-
lalcd to nltack thce lomenls of discasc at all
points, and bv a harmonious and combined
opcral:on to expel it radically from the sys
lem. Their efTect is alrnost magical, ntid
is no less nstonishing for iis mildnes than
ils cfficacy. Both sexes, and all ages may
cr.iploy them, according to the direclions,
wiibout fear, for wlitle they nre cerlatn lo
cure all discases that are rcmcdiable, thny
neier inflict an injury upon the system
The perfect safety of the medicine is an
otberall important quality, nnd one whicb
has contributcd more than anythingclse to
its extension and popularity.
(n a word, this medicine commends itself
strongly to the patronage ofthe public,and
its use bius lair to liccomc ueiore long, ni
The citizens of New Ensland aro
nectfullv informed that in consenuence of
thegrcat popularity which Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pills have earned by their aston
isbinggoodness, a gang of t'ounterfcitirs
are nott induitriously engaced in pnlming
onthe unsuspecting, a vulueless nnd per
hips dangeroiis medicine, under thc namc
of Indian Vegetable Pills.
This is to inform the public, that tbc gcnu
ine medicine has on the boxcs,
"Wright's Indian VegetablePills
ofthe North .Americak College of
And also nround the horder of thc lalicl
will be found in sniall tvne, "Etitercd ac
cording to the Act of Congrcss, in tbeyear
1840, by WilliamWnght, in the Ulerk's ol
fice, ofthe district Court of the eastern dis
rict of Pennsylvania.
The liublic will a'so remembcr t at a ;
whosell the genuine Indian Vegetnb!! Pills
are provideJ with a certificate of agency
Wiliiam Wnglit, Vicc Jrrcsident
OF TIIE NORTH AMERICAX COI.LECE OF
nnd tbat nedlers nre nevcr in anv case al
lowed to sell thc genuine medicine. All
travclline Attents will be nrcvidcd with
certificate of Agency as abovc dcscribcd,
nnd those who cannot show one will be
known as basc imnosters.
Tlie followinc bmhlv rcsncctable pcrsons
have been appointcd ngents for thc sale of
tbe abovc natncu.
JFrjAt'j Jndian Vegetable Pills.
OF THE rtORTU AMERtCAN COLLEGE OF
RUSSEL& GRIDLEY, Middlebury.
Needham and Dennis, East Middlebury,
S- L. Spraguc,
A. P. Roscoe,
Munson d Dean,
Shalts & Webb.
S. S. Johnson,
Huntlov ii Higgins.
1 upper & Breakneridge;
rletcber )" n,
Wripht d Bush, Sl.oreham;
John Simonds Jr. "
Nearing Ssnd Catlin, Ci-vell;
V. Ohipman j-uo.
J O uANiiuKi. Travclisg Agt.
The only Oflicc in Bostomrhcre the Iudian
Vegetable Pills can be obtaiued is at
198 Treraont Street g6I
Principal Officr ane Gencrnl Denot,169.
Spruse street. Philadelpfeia. 35:)y
I COMTAG10US DISEASES,
' nml chances of Temncramcnt.
WATER icust bo adapted to tha 'fiesh, or
Ihere will be no propagation of tlie species.
Tha soil must be adapted to thesccd. or thcro
will beLO-increase. The climale mu-t have
Ihose matters in it hich wbicb will unitc and
keco a ivo epidemical r coniagious noieuns, m
they will become extiaguished. as a kiinp tbat
is unsupplicd with oil. So likewise witn ine 1 fon s channi'ls o! life. i tt they never prcu.
Ilumin Iramc; It cannot be materially affect- raje crea t)c roost debiittated, bul inviturjie
ed by epidemical or cunlagicus maladics unless ! amost ronj the commcncemcnt. No tr.edicioM
Ihere be those matters floaliDg in tbe circulalinn ;ni,eUnion bave acquired & b'ghcr, a rD(t
"hicb ofTer '.he appropriate soil. By purifying or more efnsive reputation ainoa; thc intellsl
our bodies wilh the Brandreth Pii.L,which gen, anj tespcctablcfamilirsof thj UniteJ Stitej
have atBnily with those impurities upon whicb , and none wju alntain it lonr. Thert U
conlagion feeds, we maj always feel secure , q,ci(ery wbatsocrer about Ihem, for they tc
whatevcr diseases may rage around us. True, comp03l.d ofthe best vegitaMe medicinss lnowu
we, may bavcil, but it will be Ihe affair cfa t0 medical sci'nce and of the best quality that
day ortwo.while Iboso who havo been loowise mon,y caa procure from any country. Htncu
to usa this simple and excellent remedy, either it j3 ,hlt ,n0 propr,elor has receircd, and it con
die. or have wecks, peihaps months ofsickness. Ktantly receiving, sucb an immeuse numbtrcf
Sudden cbanges Irom hot to chilly wea'.her certiHcatcs to thcir oslonisbm; cfficacy. Thes:
are unfavorable to heallh. and it is a fact uni- reUificates piove tliat they rapidly and com.
ve-sillv admittcd, that heat and moisture are ptetely cure all derangements oi'ihe digestits
powerful sgenls in prcducinj diseare, and that an(l bh.housfusctions.costive.vess. pilh,
constant drt and constant wct wealheraie jV9pep,jaj acute and chronic rbeuinatism.aiih.
bolblavorablotoilsgenerationtitdoesnotsig- ma bronchitir, jaundice, billious and scrous
nify Wiiat we call tt: it may be agce; it may o03nef ot!l orappelile, tlesb, and spirils, crep.
be dyscntary ; bilions fever; il may be bronchi- (ive an(J scorruIous disa3es, s-ilt rhcum, ensip
tis; itmay becholic;it may be consumplionor c13s:urvy dropsy, fcvcrand asue, head-a'c'ie,
tne Doneis, u may ueuiiiamu:aiiun ui "
els, it may be inflanimilion of the stomacb; il
may ue ncivuus auucnuu, uui buh ii ia uw.-vi
and a disease curabla bv Brandretb Pills.be-
cause thcy remove all impurities from Ihe body
II that can in any manner fced the further
progrcss of the maladr uo malter how called;
tlius these pills are not only the most proper
medicine, but gcnerally thc only medicine that
need oro-jgbt to be uscd. At the prcsont time
it is every maa's duty who ivisbes lo secure hi.
heallh to use them, it is the duty of everyonc
who knows anylhing of their health restoring
powcrs, to make it known in bis tmmediate cir
cle. For thcro are somo alarming signs, wldcb
lell of the app oaeh ofdiseascs. The sudden
changcsof temperamenl aro moro to be feared
and guardcd againsl than any conlagious malady
The Influenza has lefl many in sucb a
stale of weakness ihat therc is in them a zreat
susceptibilily to be aSecled by Ibcse changesof
me aimosparrc amt conlagious maiauws; uui
by. the limely use of Brandreth's Pill even now
this surceptibility can bc in a great measure
temoved, and power given to the system tore
sUt these morbld poiscns, and the sudden chan
ges in ihe weathcr wilh which it may be bro't
n conlacl during tbe ncxl 50 days. Naturc bas
fornied ihe boncls for the cvacuationof all un
bealihy humcrs.andif manwculd but us.i com.
mon sense, he would take carc thcy performed
this oflice failhfully. If the bowtls arc out of
order if tooslowor lo fail, a fw doscs of Bran
dreth's Pill3 wil! brinir thcni to order. Ask the
man who was dying from constipated bowels
whal cured him he lells you, Brandretb's Pill.
Ask him who had had dysentary Torsix momns
and every remedy rnd taileo; ne uui aiso ii.ii
you tho Brandrclh Pill cured him in a week.
So wilh ollicr d.sca.'cs. Tnclve Brandrelh
Pills, ruhbcd down in balf a pint of m'llasses,
cured a little boy of an ulccr of tbe face which
whicb a dozen dcctors had tried lo cure, but
could not; the poor parcnts would have friven
hairibey wcr wortli lo havo had it cured, tut
every hingthey tried did no j;ood, until Ihey
gave it a lcaspoonfull ofmolasscs every day, !n
I-'Japiai ot v. Iiichtljev cau runocu oown u
Brandrr.th pills: before thc whole of the mnlas-
scs was takcn the ulccr was cured. -4nd yet
somo foolisb pcoplc call Brandrelh's pills quack
medicine. It would be'well if thcre were a frw
more sucb quack medinincs. Will all your
prctcnded Sarsaparilla Ccicpounds cure Hke Ihc
Drandrclh's pillsT Can they send you (o er
ons cured as Dr. Brandrclh can? Can they
point out to you people who had been helpli'ss
for yrars from JEpilipsy auJ Sl. Vitas' Dance
ho have bcen cured by their remedies.' Il
Ihey cannot, Dr. Brandrclh can Can they
point out lo jou a pers"n who for twenty years
had uever haJ a stool without IiaviDir uscd mrd
!cido or mfdicinal means.anj wh'im !ho Bran-
pills currd. ina monlh, and jrive him as healthy
evacuations.as he had whati he was a child.
ir thcy cannot, Dr. BMiidreth can.
The BnAXDRETii Pills nol only cure, all
curable diseascs, but it can be demonstiated,
that by tbeir timely use, ihey mnsl infallil'ly
cure, In a very short time, Dr Brandrclh iH
bjin? beliiri. the t.tiUic a cnncenlration of the
virlucs of tho Biandrelh pill?, tolb in the from
of pills, and in thcfluid and thrn he willcjrplain
the rcason or Inc cures lliai mosi necei-sanv treatment. The goo.l cficc's ol it are truiy n
be Ihe refult of using Bra.ndretiiian Rem- cjeiful anil altogether superior to anything elso
edies. whrlhcr Ihey bo internal or exiernai m
external. I hivejust received Ihe cae ot a
medical ceiitlemin. who rcsides in Sh- rbrook.
Canada, who for twenty years was !rt j i-
flicled wilh a disease. which came out in blolcti-
cs and scabs all over his body This gciillemau
sofarforgot his prejudiers wlucli loo oiicn
curse his profession. as to apply psrsonally lo
Dr. Brandrelh, and h-s ceurse proved a happy
l. it. : . t , i ..... Anilrnlvrnrpd
UI1C. 11 lllllll 1IA IUUII.I11 liU C....J
of his miserable and tormenting disease by Iho
lldi. nl ft(. Ttranffr.fh nillc. Thi Valuable med-
cin is for sale at Dr Brandreth's Officc. 211
Broadwa". and 27C Bowery, nnd 189 I ud
ton street, at 23cls per box, with full direclions
Be careful you Rel Ihe genuine; obscrve six sig
natures of Dr. Brandrelh on each box threo
B.Brannrcth and thrce Bcnjamin Brandreui.
List of Agents.
Tlii r..!t.tv;nir firo lh onlv authorizcd asenls
for the Brandrcth pills and Linamcnt inAddison
n T II. AT:.l.ltAli.tir
Co. Jo.va. Hagar, iuiddlebuiy;
Simon Tafl. Whiting;
Sholes & Webb, Ferrisbur gb
Munson & Dean. Bristol;
B. F. HaskeJI, S. Everts. Cornwall;
Roscoe & Nash. New haven; j
W. R. Bixby, Vergenn-s.
P. Fitchcrand Son, J. Krosi, Bridport;
K. Wrighl & Co. Shoreham; j
Simonds lc Birchard, Watch Point; ,
S. S. Johnson, Leicester. 37;ly
17,500 Boxes of Dr. Rush's
HAVE becn sold during thc inonth of Dec,
so great has been their popolarity, m consc-!
nuenco of Ine numerous cuico iuuj tu"
. . I. lli-da Pilla ranm-
ed. Ev.-ry person wno uscs inrse riiis recora -
mcnas ineni io om:
they liave ever taken so gentloin their opera-
tion. and sosure in civing mlief.
Itis nowconcedeu uy ine mosr. emmeni oi
Ihe medical racully, that me siomacn is ine
seator fountain of all disease; that itis. asil
were, the rentre from whicb proceed all thec
vils produced by foreign or initating canses.
and which from ihence spread to every part of
the animal syslem.
The proper mode ofcure. Iherefore, is lo at
tack tbe citadel in which the aiscase coikuui
es ilself, and no combination of medical agents
has yet been discovered so cfficacious for this
purpose as Ihe preparation ofthe late Ur Kosn
and which, from tbo universal success atlend
ing their adminislralion. d"rtng Pc
nearly h!f a century, were slyled his yiui
ble Uealth Pill." Their great virtue is that
Ihey arrcst disease in ils first approacb. Th-y
are prevenlives as well as remedies and we
will venture lo say, that if taken by pcrsons
when Ihey are first affected with symptoms of
illness. many and many a case that is either se
rious orfatal. might be avoided.
ONLY 12i cenlsa box, the cheapest and the
best medicine ever known. Sold at the princi
pal oflice 30 -inn st. New York.
Vft G. Daggers. sole agent.
RUSSEL l,- GRIDLEY, Chemists and
Druggists, General agents for this county.
F. Huntington, Vergennes,
A. P. Roscoe. T. C. Smith. New Haven.
P. W. Collins,
S. L. Sprague,
P. Fletcher 4 Son.
Hammond & Co.
ONETS. Florence. Straw, misses do.
Cyprus, and Palm leaf Bonneu, just re
ived at STEWART'S.
jtfofiat's CuIebratedLife Pill
AND PHfENIX BiTTEKS.
Thess poweifal purifiers and rejtontiTt!
areas mi'd and as asrecahle in their opcritioi
as Ihe gcnllest m;dicina known in ra'dicil
oaciicr, yet as romplcto and prompt in the,t
efll-cU os the most siiff riag palient ccuid de-
tirc. I hy lliorou!.iy tiiaioic wnoie tJl.
, .inmach. Iivrr. inleun s, Kiuneys am
r, inleMin s, Kiune
badjer, Uaricg not all impurity bchinl to po
i ruuncss or blood in the lica.1, palpilatioa of Ihe
1 j,CJrt worms, theuraitic colds, general distres)
and debilily, night sweats, ijuinsy. soie thtoat,
seltled pains in the back, joints, side snd limbs,
and cvea the most complicatcd mltdics in very
advanced stages, and of invcteri'e obstinacy..
Theirpriee pu'sthcm nithin the rt:ch of tha
afilicled of all classcs, and being purely vegit
ble, they requironeitherccnSncmnnt norchanje
ofdiet. Every family aud individual sboulj
kt-en them ready for uso. Prepared - and soVi,
wholi-salo and retiil, Uy Vt. W. B. MOFFAT
335 Brnnlway K. Y.
YVright & llusli, Shoreham. Vt. Agents.
Russel & Gridley, Middlebury, Vt.
LET 1T BE REMEMBERED, that the Ia
bels and wrappers of Jlofht's Life Pills aml
Phcenix Bittcrs are now printcd from very fine
engraved plates. similar to the check-woik co
bank notes that Ihe wrappers are while on the
renuine medicine not lellow. Purchascrs
should alwavs break open a packaje before pur-
chasinir.and in tbe GoodSamaritan.accompany-
ing, thcy will nno a iuii uescnnpuo oi uie nen
dressfor these excellent mcdicinrs. Alwajs
cxamino well Ihj label on tho x of pills before
you purchaso. 3 ly
Thp subscriber would respectfully inform tbe
public that he has taken the Tavern Standrfonn
etly occupied by Joseph C. Huntington on tfce
we;t side of the bridse. in Middlebury, and in-
lends to keep a house ol' public enlertainment up
hg of a, wL(J wiU be satisficj
on stnci 1 cmpcrance nnciinc, au iu
i. ,he fir rale accommodations which such a
. atfonl. He has had much experience
in this line of business, and flalters himself that
hv his assiduous attention to supply the wanls of
1115 gUCAi, IIC ui i-t ouic i" - -
tion to all tbose who may favor him with their
ALLEN H. IIAAVLEY.
Middlebury, April Oth, lfrH. 43
200 rairslhick aid tliin, sole Leather, upper fcati-
er.andcalfAins.forsalaby Vrioht& Bcsh.
SBAVEU'3 JOINT - NERVE
AN invaluablo family medicine.
Recommended by the Medical Faculty.
For Rheumatisin, Gout. Sprains, BrLi.-e.
Cramp, Lameness, Pain in Ihe side, back, and
Loins Chilblains, Felons fresh wounds, Buras,
S'calds, Free2es, Ague, Ncrvous Headache, and
all cases of
It strcngthcns and invigntates the nerTes,
gives elasticily lo the joints promoles a heal'liy
circulalinn of tbe blo'J, and imparH slrcng'h
toany patt ofthe syslem which may have been
wcakcned by sed-ntary t.abitsor disease.
It is impocsible to preient to tbe pubPc au the
evidcncc which tbe proprietors po5.e!.s of the
j con5(anny y them, believing'it lo be thc le5t
, wmejy m u5e for discases lequirieg rxlerr.il
virtucs orihn Liniment. .Alany iainiiie
t ,.VBr jISC0Vercd.
lH'QJfPANT TO HORSEMEN ! !
Thij Unic1ent js no( only ueneficial lo the bti-
min tUm bu, is n,e hcst article thal can l
u of horjcs (hil baye BaUejspraim.d .,
. . . , - ,,.. ,. swelm? oflfe
. 3 ,calchc9 w,.,d.KaIK fresh wounds &t
i 01:jnai anj Renuine is prepared only bj
fjp.vFR t SOS Dru?"ists, Walpole N. H-
' ' . ...
OnSERVPF.vrrv boltle oflbeeenuine will
hi ve Ihe sijnulure of the proprietort on the ia
side wrappir. Each bottle and seal isstanuird
SEAVEK'S JOINT &- NERVE I.ININENT,
and enclosed in a blue wrappcron whicoiiareJ
label. Price 23 cts pcr bollle. .
Forsile in Jiddlebury only by Rj jeUtGitil
ley, a!ao bv W. E. C. Stu.ldard, Rmhnd. S. I).
Winsloiv. Pittsford: Warren and Dlis'.Brjn'lnn.
Hunlly St Hicins. Salis'mry, A. P. Roscne.Ne
t!,,.. I.' il,. ,ii,..,inn Wrirrnnes. and bvdrnj-
. x aJ,j 1IlCrchanrs g nenlly. 28;ly
b" . -
A n ..n.M.niHi nT alionl TiftPftn VfaTS llSS VtOV
, uevond a doabt, that this Vermirujt.
ta;n ana ncvcriaiiing cure lor worms.
S:nco u w?s grjl put beforo the public, nur
! ,,,i,i rnralions have been forced intosiM
which havo had their day. andaie now eounW
asso niuchtrash. ETwhereas B. A
tock's Vermiluge is daily increasing in popu.u
ity owing to its iulriusic worth. It has only
bo'u.ed according to the direclions, and "
worms cxist. they will ccrtainly be expelled fno
i....ii.m. 'I lic nrice is 2j cents per ooiu
. l...h hiiiiiit IL wllhtn tbe means of all
suroto get B. A. FAiinESTOCK's Vermif?'
and aroid all other articles which are said t J'
as good, as none of thcra have the virlucs ol "
lVAitily, Green Vo , Pa., MayU, l-3"
Mr. A. B. Fahneswck li Co.: .. n
DearSii I have bcen usine jour Veraiii"g
in my praclice for a numbcr of years. na.t .
it the most s afe Worm dcstrcycr thst I
I was called toa child six or seven year fc
in May, 1842. which was then m P"B'ifi,te,
the vorms. I gave it a vial of your erau
agreeably to dirtctions, and Ihe child PVj,
worms. In a few wecks, I gave it aaotlw' s
and it pas.ed 200 more, rnakmg w j
wormsf The child recovercd immeiiatelj,
bas cnjojed good health evsrsince. ia
I have prescribed it in many olber casM
which it bas ZlS.
. :-.n. A.r-
Re verv cautious toeet inege"""- - ..,, ,a
nestock's Vermifuge. and put no conuu.
the sUtement made by Comstock U J Bip
Kolmstocb's isthe same as Fabnitoe ,
not the same, and docs not possess ino
ourcxccllent "medy. & cO.
B. A. FAHNESTOCK
For sale in Middlebury, by "tu.ri