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LAW NOTICE. !
THE Sutec.iberha.ing onened nn Offlceforth,
ranactioa ofjw buaiuos, uould mfurni tlie
...blic th.it he will be ready to wait upon all who
' . la,e 0-eaj,on f-r li prolestional semces at
his Office ovcr thc Slore of Ira Stewart fcis,. a
EMERS0N K. WRIGIIT.
Middl bury Inn. 8, 1S44.
ZBECKWITH & OO. would inrite
. all their neighbors and fricnds to at-
tend llie extensive sale rich, rore, and
Fashionable New Goods,
bow going on at tha 01 i Staad. They do not consid
er it necciiarHni.pinalonyarn, but ould simpiy
ay that if penple wantto get a little bettcr articleat
a lower prire tlian tliey can Imiv olselicre they
wixild do well lu call at thc store of
.Sept.SJ, 1314. Z. Beckwith & Co.
Tn E t obscrilicrs are rcce it ing in addition to llieir
spriog nork, a Urge assortuiciil of dcsirable WiK
Alpaccas, alpincs, Indiana and Orleans
eloths, lutictte crape and M. DeLaincs,
Cabhtnere De Cossc.Aflghansatins, Amer
ican nnd Scotch Gingliams, Tartan plaid
&c. M.DeLaine Cashmero and Highland
nhawl?, nlpacca aprons, broad cloths, bca
ver and pilot clotks, cassiinere and satinett
at all prices, brntvn and bleached cottons
very low, PrinU,Boking flancls &c.and
a large lot of Groceries
of allkinds, very low, crockery. glass and
hardware, medicincs, oils and paiuts, Iron
arid stee', Cih salt &c.
Th above, togctlier with oany, rcry many, arti
cles not enumeratod, raaking one of the besl aseort
inent of moFt arlicie coinmonly kept in country re.
uil ftorts.ml.icli uil! bo old lowertlianthe lowest.in
xrbang8 for produce, Liimber, casli or approred
-cdit. A. B. & R. M. Chipmas.
Port Franklin, Bridport, Sept. 28, 1844.
E. E. "WOTCOMB,
BIUSIC AND DANCING
AND THE VIOLIX.
Ma. 'WnrTCOMTJ navin?as'Ociated himselfwitli-;
ilr. liarstow, wilUurni5li a CotuiioniJanawraii
Balls, Cotilpon panics, &c. 23
0 M E T.
This Limc callcd Watcr Tjime
Tlie subcrihcr tv'll now keep conbtantly on hand fur
ale, -iirnn ca5ks or Uilk.
Une kih from hu ijuarrr. about -100 bushela iras
twriieu lastyear, rounutsoiu oui, anu uscu, nnu 15
pror.ojuccJ I'lRtfT RATE.
Ca.h pa'J"for casks.Flour Barrel-.2 licads 12 1-2
lheadScts. 23. EZRARICH.
SUorcliam, Ricli'a Jlillf.
0. E. LEWIS'
BOSTON & HONTREAL
Tin Kern- IlrHows Palls.CllCEtcr. Kntland BllrtdtHlurr.
Vetpainrsand Uutlin;ton; lcavc ltoston MOKDAYS of
encll weclt, o CIOCK, A ai.inruuzu iu uuiiiiigujii uimu
JaK, wli"n he luler5U uilh VaIer Co. for Slon
trral. Lcare liurtinpnn T1IURSDAYS of each wet-k
? J nvwfc A. M thnm?h to liton in two days. for the
pnrposc tranrailtln- Spoctc, l!ank Kolcs and finall I'ack-
BM OI VjftOUS. .UIJITIIII 4MIU UM1 rw
anil nillsanil I'raiuaciin; all kUuli ol Ilu?ii.cs.
OFKII.'ES.-In Dwtnii, at AJimiiWl. No.9Conrt
St., Carl llojfc No. 3fi llanover st; nnrlmston, at Ainw
lcin llour. South SiJe Squirc, and at all the Etap:
K I! MarkTacklJCT 'M'.U'IS CXrBESS.'
Cloak and Dress Goods.
Cdshnierel Hcosse, Galeno, Semendria, Tara
nntta.Zcnoliia, Ryzanfinc, Sledoras, Alpacca.,Sik
nnd Col Crapc, Jlcrians, l'arriisenne Crapeand M.
I Laiti.forralecheap by
Sept. 2C, 1344: P. W. COLL1NS.
ilufTs, Coas, nonnet Vclreu, Ribbons aad Winter
ArtificiaU, Ladietready madc Cjps,ItdicsGirdIc,
Wintrr Mitt,P.iri Cord.Gimps and Fringes.Frcnch
Oirfiracre 4" l'laidShawls.-c. &c.jnst receivcdand
fUrsalebv P. W. CoLLISi.
Shoreham, Scpt- 26th, 1944.
TIJE HEST ASSORTMEXT,
of Cloihs, Ciissimeres, and Vestings, in the coun
ty, will be fcand at
Turk'slfland, Coarse Westcm & Fine Dairy
Alpacca Lustres, &,c.
Alpaccas Silk and Giltonwarp, Alpacca Serge,
Alpacca Aprons, and Alpacca Cravatf, Just Rcc'd
India Rubber Shocs.
Qer.t. & LaJics I. R. Shoes, Sandal,
Scpt. ISth, 1844.
-v Storage & rorwarding
A. B. & 11. M. CUIPMAN.!
Port Franklin, Bridport, Sep-'
tcmber 27th 18-14. I
Wcslcrn tfolar Salt at 35 cts per bushel,
Turks Island at SOcts " "
Barrnl Salt at81 25. nt Port Franklin bv
Sept. 23. A. B. St R. M. CH1P.MAN.
Slips, Walking Sllel,ri.liler,Bakins, furladics
and Aliscf , Clucks,and Bni Cngan, for sale by
Shoreham, May 14, '44.' U'riglit ff Bush.
ACKEH EL C ,d"fiXand Tnble Salt of
sttperior qu-ilit', fur sale at. i
RU6SEI.L -S- GRIDLEYS. !
Dec. 4, 1843. !
SSrOULD rcspcr.tfuMy inform tbe pub-
v t;c,lliaiiiirj navp. nilcil up an es-tabllimc-f.t
in New K.ten, Vt., 3 tniles
north of Middlebury vill.ize, where tliey
inteud to nianufactiire nnd kepp constantly
on hand, a large assorlmetit of j
i m i
VMiZC i oois.
This ertablUhment is nndcr the mperiii
tcndiMice of B. llao 'Ks, fnrmerly of Miil
dltlmry, whne iixcs for the Irst I5year
havc been beld :n very hth e.steein and
u hoe long experience in tiie hut-iiiegs, nnd
great care to keep up with all thc impiorc
inentsof tlie day, nml aiJed bv the mnst
cmiipetent workiiu-n, they are enabled to
produce an nrt:le not picelled by any in
finijh.'or cdiip, in the Uniied States. All
Tools tnaiitiCieturcd at this ostablifhmetit
will bu warraiited.
Merchants v.'ill be snpplicd with axcg at
vhohsalc they ran lit bnught in mnrket.
All ordera prnniptly attendcd to,
which houiti ne nircc-eu io uiiuuieDury
I'nit office. JrU
N. B. ItcPAitiisc ihnie at shortnotice.
05 ) T. M. BaooKS,
w Havfln, J. E. Usoncs,
o.....i,r 9-5 1511.
TEACHER OF MILITARx
JJ. B. Parhcufar aUtTltlon patrf to ft iWec-
ion ofMusical Instruments
"ElIT "Q U 1 f H
JL J ll 1 I3L J XI ;
T. WATNWRTfiHT informs the
nublic thit he hns re-built the aho-e works
lately destroyed by fire, and that he is now
nretiareil to supply his old customers with
all kinus ot
Stoves. Hollow-Ware, Sleigh
Shoes, Ploughs and Plough
from thcsame Patterns asbave been in use
in thisspr.tion for twentvvears.
Middlebury. Oct, 28th. 1841. 26 t.f
for Oats at his old stand near the Bridge.
EXTRACT OF LUNGWORT.
THE ONLY CURE FOR
ANI) LIVER COMPLAljHTS.
The Questwn Scttled.
Among t!ie mulliludeol medicincs and
cure-alls' which are ddily'pa'mcd oSupon tho
unsuspecting, peoplcso olten get disappointcd
ihat Mhr-y Iiardly knovr what to beliere whcn
a really inraluablo mcdicine is Srst introduced
The mcdicine wliicli we now bring bsfore
tho public 19 a compouid not Jnvcntcd in n
day, hulthc matariiig ofycars of reflecticn.on
all diseascs wliicli hovc a tendcncy towards
Co.nsumption. Complaints of thc lungs, cliesl
and lirer, sccm to aritefrom our vanable cli
male, most danj:rous to thc invalid, and ihoac
ef naturally weak constitutions.
DR. LABOR'S VEGETABLE LUNG
WORT isofthemost extraordinarj nature in itj op.
crations upon the system. It takca bold of the
coniplaint at once, and no matter hotv ong
the uulmonarv or consumptive paticnthas been
euITerinc, if the condilion of the lungs are sucli
as nol to be ab;oIulely lncurable, the Lung.
wott will eradicato evcry syniptom of diseasc
from tho body, restoring one as it were again
to Iife. For this rcason, people who hare pol
nonaty complaints should carefully selcct
that rcmedy at rrngT -.vhich will curo if tbere
canbeacurc. The Laugworl willdo thi3, if
health is to be refcloicd : and the proprietor
henilatcs not to aty it is thc safest raedicine in
tho world for thoso troublcd with concns and
cohls, broncliitis, tchoovingr couzh, nieht
sutals, aslhvia, llccding althe lungs, opprtss
ion on the chest, diflicultit of breathintr, nffec-
tiens oflheliver, and pulmonary complaints of
We heve not room to nublih the numcrous
certificates of curcs, but all are relerrcd to a
medical pampulct to bo had gratis of any of the
y C. J. ROOSEVELT,
27 Broadway, Albanu.
W. p. Rdssel, Aliddleburj,
F. Huntington, Vergennes,
G. W. Parmelee, Bristol,
Thc subscriber would rojpectfully infonn the
pnblic that he has taken the Tavern Stand'form-
erly occupied by Joscph U. Uuntiugton on the
west side of the bridze. in Aliddleburv. and in-
tends to kecp a house of public entertamraent np
on stiict Teinperancc principles, and hopes to se-
curc ine paironage oi au w uo v in De sausneu
with the fir .t rate accommodations which such a
house can aflbrd. He has had much experience
in Ilii. line of busines'. and flatters himself that
by his assiduous attention to supply the wants of
mb guesis, ne win De aoie to give enlire sattslac-
nun io an mose wno may lavor him with their
ALLEIi H. IIATVLEY.
Middlebury, April 3th, 1844. 49
THE Siibscribcr has taken the Store in
Monkton Borouzh, recentlr occunied bv J.
Jliuer & Co. and is now roceivingand open
1 ing a splcndid stock of New Goods, recently
ptirchased in New York and Troy, compris-
lng almost every vanety usually kept in a
couniry Dtnre, consisttng ot
Groceries, Hardware, Croclccry and Glass
urare. Dnigs, Medicincs Paints,Lin
cced !f Lamp Oil, Cul iy II rouglU
Xails, lilndow Glass. Pulln
Coi Fish, Macl-erel, Lhcrpool Salt.
A L S O ,
which be intends to kecp constantly on hand,
atidsellat 12 1-2 cents adi-ance from the
He would tay to hisformerfriendsand thepub
Iicthat hedcsigns 10 keep a good supply of all
the articlcs wanted by the people, andtosellas
cheap as can te obtained at any other store in
the Statc for Cash, and on themostaccommoda
tingterms for other pay orOD short approved cred
it. Please call and examine for vonnj.lr-i tw
people of Starksboro' and esjreoally those who'
MDAliMfl in fk tirMl rtC ln1!nn . .-: U 1.; 1
with hun inr
New Haven, are respectfully invited to call,
, T. C. SMITH.
Monkton, May 8,1841. 2
Eibbons and Artificials just received by
' Oct. S6lh PECK t FLOW
GEORGE S. SWIFT,
ATTOrWEY AMD COUMSELOR AT LAW.
Office in OhC Room occupicd by the County
islZTK, IK ww u(uf .51.
March. 126th 1844. 47;tf.
Still Cheaper and Later Style !
EVERY Boat brings Goods Cheapcr,anA
nf newerstvle for FRANCIS. which were
bnught with Cash from first hands nt 15 pr
cent less than have been bought on a credit,
nml which are offered lorctr tnan erer, for
cash or on credit. Evtry pereon wishing to
jtrcAai witlfind goods and prices right.
An d a large variety.
Bilious, Remittent, and Other.
GENERALLV begin with yawning, strclth-
mtny olner unpleasant sjtntonn.
pR Piielpb' Compoo.nd Tomato Pills,
are one of the best medicines n the world for
tho cure of Fevers, because they putge from
the body thoso morbid bumors which are the
cause otevery malady in:ident toman. In all
cases of fever, four to six of tho Touato Pills
hould be taken every nieht, orif the symtoms
are Tiolent, night and morning This plan, if
nroperly carried 0Qt, will in a short time, aub-
due the moat vioient attack ; at the same tiino
the digestirc oreans will be reslorcd to a healthy
tone, and tbe blood so completely putified, that
fefers, as well as every other disease, will
be driTen (rorn the body, and health and Tigor
will be given to the whole framo,
i'or eale by agents in all tbe Country towns
Price 35 cts. G. R, Phelps M. D. Proprietor
Hartford Vt. tvithout nhose figna'.ure nonc
For Sale by SIDNEY JlOODY. Middlebury
"pHE subseriber has been appointed Agcnt
for the Hartford Fire Insurance ConrANT
for Middlebury and vicinily. and will recaiye
proposals for inauringproperty againstloss or
damage by Fire. The long cstablished reputa
ien of this company, and the promptness
with which all their transactiona have been
charaeterised render it unncccssary to ay any
thing initsfayor. All bussiness connected
with the office intrustcd to him will bo faith
fully and punctually transactcd.
JONATH iN HAGAR.
Middlebury, Feb.26, 1842 42;y Agcnt.
tt is now recehmg a cholceassortmcntof
FANCY &.STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Amongubich will be foond, Fig'd and PJain Alpac
cas Black and Blue Bl'k.Alnines Plain and Fan
cy De Laines (of a new and beautiful eljlc.) Crape
and Cashmerc De Laines Aff.12hanLujtre1.Nice
and chrap Prints, &c. &c. &c. Plain and Fahcy
f : 0:11. t" 1 i- . 7 - .
txiHiucic, uiiil, ;u(in anu r nnci esiings, (SOine
very nice,) Sheetings, Sliirtings.Tickings, Flannels,
Frockings, Shawls, nicel Bonnct Vehret and Rib
bons &c. &c, togetberwilb a good assortment of
ilardware, Groceries, lron,
Nails and Salt,
Which were bought low and will be sold at prices to
Call and examine beforc purchasing clsewhere.
Sept. 18tb, 1844.
TIIAT our friemls from abroad may hare an e
arriral of our large stock of GOODS, ivc woul3 an-
nouace that we are now receivingf and opcmng thc
Larsest stock oiuoods
ever before otfcred by us which will be sold for pay,
as cheap, if not cheaper tlian atanv Store in the
County,without enuroerating a few leading articles
nhicli every merchant kceps, suffice it to say, that
Ui Stock is intended to include every article called
forbyourcustotners; the highest price paid for evcry
Kind ot produce. wiuutl 1 9- UUS11.
Shoreham, Uct. 10, 1S44.
For Coughs, Colds,
Consumptions, and all Diseascs of the
Iiroat, Lungs and Chcst.
THE Vecetable Pui.Mo.vjnv Balsam
is an oid. well tried, and almost univeally ap
proved remedy. It has been pretty eztensivcly
used for tbe last 15 or 20 years in almost cvcrv
cityand lown in New England, and also very
extansivcly at the South and West. It h rec-
ommended and prescribed by many of the mnst
respcctable physicians as a s ai'e, convenient.
and verv ErncACiocs mcdicine, and ao
knowledged by thousands who have for a long
uscd it, and continue to use and recommend it,
to be the most valutble rcmedy for the above
comPlaints erer offered to the American pub.
Tho propnctors of this article cannot resort
Io the style of advertising which is oftcn adopu
ed at the present day. They do not wish to
dcccive the credulous and unsuspecting, but
appeal with confieenct to the facts, and exper
lence of a discerning public. Thore are few
ndividuals in New Engladd who hove not ujeid
this pieperation themselycs, or who have not
fricnds who have used it. Numcrous certifi
cates from physicans and others, having for
tnany years been pubh'shed, it is deemcd un.
nececsary to adl any at (his time.
Besure to get Ihe CEnuisn. Call for it by
its whole name, VEGETABLE PULMO
NARY BALSAM," j and aT0jd "Caiter's
Pulmonary Balsam," nd Ihe numerous imita
talions which have spruug up in conseqnence
of thc gteal celebrity of the triie trticl See
hit it is signed, Wm. Jon'n Cutlcr.
Preparcd by Reed, Wing & Culler. wholhfale
druggists, 52 Catham street. Boitcn, and soid
by druggisls, apoihicaries and country mer.
chants generally. Price 50 cts 29 ly
For sale by S. M0ODY, .Mddlebury
500 busbcls Turks Island Salt
1000 Coarse Wcstcrn do
50 Barrcls Wcstern fine do
300 Bags Western Dairy do.
For Sale by WR1GHT &. BUSH.
C0.000 Fitst quality Plr.e Shingles for
saie ny f. w. (JULiLlNo,
Cornwall, Oct 11, 1841.
Crape Alus. D. TTin Rliiiirr'P,riclnni
n,mi,;:-. " TT '. -
sept. iKtn, IS44. BIRGE'S,
NEAR ihe Lower Mills in Shoreham,
62 acres ofgood land, with a good
u-rvir1hpii anrl trnnA
barn, witli plenty oftrater all con-
Tenieot to work nn.
Those who wish to buy cheap come and examine
for jourselvet,and you will fiod the land andcrops
. Stillvan White,
Soreham.June 29th. 1844. t f.
Silks & Ribbons.
DRESS and Bonnet Silks and Ribbons. in er-
cials &c at Biroe's.
J Sept. 18, 1841.
One pair.large siro a supsrior article. for Sale by
TFord Farmers !
AN "all snfficient" quantity of prodnce wanlcd
suchas Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye,Cheese,
Bulter, live Geese feathers &c, for which tbe
ii-hatpria will bepaid in exchange for Goods, at
the very hneat pnce,
MORE LIGHT I
Gould's brst quality chetnical oil,
Chemicaland donc chimneys,
tiold's and Doric wicks for the cbamical
Also, pure winter bleached sperm oil,
Tborn aud Maynanl, and Humphroy
Seymes 6c co. Refined mould candles.
On hand and for sale at the Drug & Med-
icine Store by W. P. RUSSEL.
TTTAT very valnable tavem
stand owned and occupied by the
subseriber in Rochester village,
where meet the tnrnpike roads
from Middlebury and Brandon.
The accommodations are good, and Ihe concen
tration of travel such as to make a desirable pur-
cbase for those who wish to cngage in a public
house. If money is paid down, it will be sold
very cheap. Bnt if a p?rt is paid down, roason
abletimeof payment Ibr the remainder will be
siyen, JOHN TRASK.
Oct. 17th, 1944:
AT THE OLD STAND A FEW B0DS
NORTH TIIE JAIL.
THE subseriber would inform the
public that he has on hand a large assortment of
black and drab Hats of the latest New-York fash
ions, which he oSers lower for cash oa most
kinds of I'rodoce tnan can De oougnt in tms
. JOHN JACKSON.
N. B. The highest price willbe paid for lambs
wool and Mnskrat skins. J. J.
Middlebury, April 17, 1841. 51;tf.
SALT & FLOUR.
Just received aud for sale, lower than ev
er before offered in this Markct.
100 bls. salt in prime order,
1000 bushela Salar salt, a supcrior article,
500 small bags, in perfect order.
Flour constantly on hand, first quality, war
ranted, which will be sold lower than any
other placc in this City. Call and see.
Vergennes, AugustSd, 1844.
A valuable house and lot in East Middlebury,
fonnerly owned and occupied by Levi Smith dc
ceased. The house is newly built, and the lot
contains onc half acre, and is about in thc centre
of the village
Partofthepricemustbepaiddown, and time
given for the balance.
CHANCEY L. BRANCH.
Middlebury, Sept. 14th, 1844. tf
THE subseriber is happy in being able to inform
the public lhatbe lias broughtto liglit, a Mcdicine by
which Spavins, Ringbones, &c. on horses
CAN BE CURED.
He knows that heretofore sucli things have been
deemed incurable. but now can be cured. and liorscs
ahlicted in this way can be rcndered sound and u?e
ful. Good testimonials can be furnished from per
sons who barc tnade uscofiton their horses and
always to their ratisfaction Said Medicine is for
sale by the Subseriber in Cornwall, Vt.
19. tf. JOSEPH K. SPERRY.
Tho subseriber continues to give Med
ical inslruction, designed by particular at
lention to mdigenous medical liotany, nn
totho principal practical subjecls of gone
rnl Thernpuutics, to adapt tbe coursc to tti
requi.ites of thoso who intcnd to become
He has cncieed S. Pearl Lathrop, A. M
M. D., to instruct in nalural science, and
in human and comparalive Analomy.
Gentlemen who desire mav havc admis
sion to the Lccturcs given in the College
onChemistry, iNaturalliistory and i'hilos.
JONATHAN A. ALLEN.
Middlebury, Dec 20th 1843. 33,-lf.
TJR.MARSIIALLS Aromatic aud Head
ache cATAnRH ssorr! This snuff is supcrior
to anY thin? et known for'rcmovcinir that dis
the Catarrh. and also a cold in tho head &
th: hradacro. It opens and purges ootallob-
structions,strenethens the elands, and gtves
hcalthy aciion 10 ine paru atlected. 11 is penec
tly tree from any thing deleterious in its compo'
sition has a plesent flavor.and has immedate effect
after bemg used, ts agreeable. frice 3 1
cents oer bottle
Each bottle contains about three times th
quantity of the sevcral kinds of Catarrh snuff, now
selline at a lower price and is therefore cheaper,
ts well as bettertban any thing of lcekmd in
Sold by thc Fropnetor Charles Bowen, Mid
dlebury, Vt wm' (J.Simpson &. Ueed, ttun
hv.Juefsrs, Lewis. Boston. II. Phelps&Co. A
B. 4.D Sands, and other?, Now York, and by
ruggtsEs generally in tlro U. States &UanarIa.
17,500 Boxes of Dr. Rush's
HAVE been sold durine-the month of Dec,
so great has been their popularity, in conse-
quence of the numerous cure they have effect
ed. Every person who uses ihese Pills recom-
mends thcm to others asthe Best Mcdicine
they have erer taken so gentloin their opera-
uon, and sosure m civine rsliet.
Itis nowconeeded by the most eminent of
ine medical tacuity, that tne stomacn is ine
seat or fountain or all disease; that tt is, as it
were, the centre from which proceed all thee-
vils produced by loreizn or irntatine causes.
and which from thence spread to orery patt of
ine animai system.
The proper tcode ofcure. therefore, is to at
tackthe citadel in which the disease entrcnch
es itself, acd no combination of medical agents
has yet been discovcred so cfficacious for this
purpose as the preparation of the late Dr Rush
and which, from the universal succcss attend-
ing their administration, during a practice of
ncarly ha'f a century, were styled his "lnlalli
ble Health Pill." Their ereat vlrtue is that
they arrest disease in its first approach, They
are prevenlives as well as rcmedies and we
nill venture Io say. that if taken by persons
when they are first affecled with symptoms of
iiiness. many and many a cise that is eitner se
rions or fatal. mirht be avoided.
ONLY 12 cents a hnr. lh p.hpanejt and the
best medicine ever known. Sold at the princi
pal omce 30 rfnn st. New York.
W.- G. Dageers. sole agent.
W. P. RUSSEL. Chemistsand
Druggists, Genenl agents for this county.
F. Huntington, Vergennes,
A, P. Roscoe. T. C. Smith. New Haven.
P. W. Collins,
S. L. Spragne,
P. Fletcher Son,
Hammond & Co.
BONETSj Florence, Stravr, misses do.
Cyprus, and Pnlmleaf Bonnets, just re
ceived at STEVVART'S.
Pot the consuinvlioii oj the Lungs!
THE best Medicine known to man for In
cipient consumption,asthma of every stagc
Bleedimr of Ihe luncs. coutrhs, colds. liver
complainl, and all discases of the pulmon
Nature's otcri Prescriptlon. A com
pound Balsamic preDoration of the Prun-
cs Vieoinuna, or Wild Cherry Bark',
combined with the extract of tar, prepar
cd by a new chemical process, atiproved
and rccommended bv the mostdtstiuguish
ed phvsicians. and universally asknowl-
edged the most valuable medicine ever dis
No attackervf No Deccvlion!! All pub-
lished stalements of cure3 perlormed by
this mcdicine, are in every respect ttue.
Be careful and get the genuino MJr. ms
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,' as spurious
imitalions are abroad. ob
Ordersfrom any part of tho country
should be addressed to Isaac Butts.No 125
Fu'ton street, Now York. Ross jl and
Gbidlet, Chemis's & Druggists, Accnts
F. Huntington, Vergennes.
INDIAN VEGETABLE P'LLS;
rBlHOUGH many medicines Iia ebeen
before Ihe public for a mui-h longer
period than WnghTs lndian vcjetaoie
Vills, yet none stands now in hig1 er repute,
or has moro tapidly attained a . 1 .11 hold
upon popular estimation. The 1 iiojsands
that have used them throughout the length
and breadlh of the republic, all bear clieer
ful testimony to their thorough efficaey and
mild ooeration whcn employed in the most
distressins disorders 'which flesl is heir
Tho theory of disease on which Wright's
lndian Vegetable filis aro lounded 13 tins,
viz: that there is only one ptimary cause.
of all the disorders that afilict the human
familv. and that 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 be sustained by
an univetsality ol optnion, tne low aissen.
ters constituting but a very feeb'.e minority,
It is useless, thercfore.to discuss the sound
nesa of this theory in this placo and con
The one disease principle being ndtnit
ted, tho modo of atiack professed by all
practitioncrs becomes the samc namely
pdrgation. But nwny of the so.cnllcd spe-
cifics now before the public, produce only
one form of purgalion: Ihey are either Su.
dorific, cathartic, Diuets or expeclorant.
Wright's lndian Vegetable nlls combine
all theso properties, & aro jhcrefore calcu
lated to attack thee lemcnts of disease at all
points, and by a harmonious and combined
operation to expcl it radically trom ttio sys
tem. Their effect is almost magical, and
is no less nstonishing for its mildncs than
its efficacy. Both sexes, and all nges may
cniploy them, according lo tho directions
wilhout fear, for white they aro ccrlain to
cure all diseases that aro remediable, they
ncvcr infhct an imury upon tlie system
The perfect safety of the medicine is nn
other all important quality, nnd one which
has contributcd morethan any thing clse to
its extcnsion and popularity.
In a word, this medicine commends itself
strongly to tlie patronngc ol tue publir.nml
its use bids fair to become before long, nl
The citizens of New England nre
pertfully informed that in conscquencc of
.1 . ...i.:..i, vv.:i,., r.,.i:-
Vesetable Pills haveearned by tbeir aston-
ishing goodncss, n gang of Counterfeiters
are now induitriously engaged in palming
on tne unsuspecting, a vaiuetess nnn per
hips dangerous medicine, undcrtbe name
01 lnuian vegetable rilis.
This is to inform thc public, tbat the genu
ine medicine has on the boxes.
"Wright's lndian Vegetable Pills
of tiie North jJmericak College of
And also around the border of the label
will be found in small type, "Lntered ac
cording to the Act of Congress, in theyear
1840, by William Wright, in tue Ulerk's ot-
fice, of tbe distnct Lourt of the castcrn dis
rict of Pennsvlvania.
Tne public will also rcmember that all
whoscll tbe cenuine lndian Vecetable Pills
are nrovided with a certificate of agency
William Wright, Vice President
OF TBE NORTH AUERICAN COIJ.EGE OF
and that pedlers are never in any case al
lowed to sell the genuine medicine. All
travellinrr Aeents will be urcvided with o
certificate of Agency as above described,
and those who cannot sbow one will be
known as base imposters.
The followine hichlv respectable persons
have been appointed agents for the sale of
tne aoove nainen.
IPng-At lndian Vegetable Pills.
Or THE NORTH A51ER1CA.-Y COLLEGE OF
W. P. RUSSEL, Midd'cbury.
Needham and Dennis, East Middlebury,
P. W. Collius.
B. F. Haskell,
Munson 4 Dean,
Shales & Webb.
S. S. Johnson,
Huntley & Higgtns,
Tupper & Brcakneridgc; Srtrksborough;
w.o. jjrown, . AUison;
Huntincion, Vi rsennes.
P. Fletcher & Son, Bridport. .
J. Frost, .
Wripht 4- Bush, Sl.oreham:
John Simonds Jr. "
Nearing &nd Catlin, Oitvell;
W. Chipman dCo. "
J O LiiNGDKY, Travoling Agt.
The only Office in Bostonwhore the lndian
Vegetable Pills can be obtained is at
198 Tremont Strcot 198
Princinal Offier ano Genernl rjenot.169.
Slirucc street, Philnderphia. 35tly
OF RICH AND
Jmtrecelvcd bv A. ChaDman 4-Son. The lat s-
lectedand clieapest stock ofgoodsetsrocered in tbss
vicinity. oucb as
Mous di Laines
Alpaccas frc. &c.
Crape dc Laines of thc most beautifut
stiles and ptrjeci Jabncks,
all styles of velvcts, silks and Ribinsfor
imers, Docskins,Bcavtr Cloths, Vcstinge,
Stocks, Cravals, $"c.
e have also received our usual as scrtment of all ib
standing articles in which we dealt heretofore and as
fine a variety as can be found in any Store in diis viV
lage orvicinity. We sliall sellour goods ceap.at pri
ces with which we tmst cnslomers will be fully saua
fied. A. CHAPMAN, & SON.
Middlebury, Oct. 15th, 1844.
Just received and for sale at thc Auctioo and Cont
mission store a great variety of Fall and Winter goods
foi the Ladies consistin in part of Chusians, Alpao
ca Lustrcs, Black and Col'J Fig'd Alpaccas, Indi
anna Cashmerc, a lieaullful article for Cloaks, Rep,
Casbmere 4 Muslin Delaines, Beautiful Prinls,
Shawls &c. &c
Please call and examine before pnrchas'rur elso
whcre. Z. BECKW ITH, CO.
T his old stand, is now receiruijc
additions to his stock of
embracing evcry article of
Tea, Sugar, Spice,
Cdflec, Molasses, &c. &e.
That can be found in this market. Al
so a larger variety of
NUTS AND FRUIT
than can be found any where elao io Ihts
vicinity, consisting in part of
Pine Apples Cocoanuts
Oranges J Almonds
Lcmons S. S. do
Olives H. S. do
Limcs Cicily do
Figs Shelled do
Box Raizins Brazil nuta
Keg do Filbcrts
Sultana do I'eanuts
Mnco English do
Ginger preserces, Pcach do. Orangeda.
Catsup &v. A-c..
And alsoachoice selection of Cbcning and Smo-
C. RUSSEL would al'o give noticc to the
inliabitantv of Middlebury that be will furnisulheia
at thc same rate tliat flour can I olii.ilnnl bv iha
lb. Also PIES and CAKES can be had at all
! Inn-kecx;rs and Groccrs can besunnUeA
.t.u nll r r ? .1 . '1
nnuau niuusui uroceriestiiat can oc had anynhcre.
All orders will be thankfullr received and puuctuallv
aUendedto. ' 1
Sliddlebury, July,lS44. 10.
MofTat's CelebratcdLifc Pill
AND PHtENIX BITTERS.
Thcse powcrful purifiers and restoratives
areas mild and as agrcrahle in their operation
as ine gontlest medicine known in medical
oacticc, yet as coinplete and prompt in their
viii-cu ii iuu luosi Miiion.ig patient couid de
sire. l hey thorouehly cleansc the wholo cys
tem, stomach, liver, lntestin s, kidneri and
uiduucr, not au impurity ucninu to poi
son the channcls of Iife. Yet they ne ver nros
trate cven the most debiiitated, but invigorale
almost Irom fhecoraracncement. No medicines
inlnennlon bavc acquired a h:ghcr, a firnicr.
or roore cxfnsire reptitation amonr ihi- inilli.
gent and respectable familio sof llio Uniled States
and none will mair.tain it longer. Thert is no
quscaery wnaisocvcrahout them, for tbey are
composcd of ihe best vegitable medicines knowc
io inruicai science ana or the brst quality that
money can procuro from any couniry. Henee
it is that the proprietor has receircl
stantly recciving, such an immcnse numberof
cenincaics io meir asionishing efficacy. Theso
ceinncatcs ptove that they rapidly and com
pletely cute alldcraneements ofthe digestivi
and niLLious ruNCTio.Ns.coSTivE.NEsg, pii.es
dyspcpma, acute and chromc rheumatism.asth
ma, bronchitis, jaundice, billious and serous
loosness, loss of appelite, fleth, and spirits, crup
tive and scorfulous diseases, salt rheum, erysip-
eiaSjSjurvy.aropsy, icvcrand ague, head-ache
fullncss of blood in the head. nalnitation of ihi
heart, n-orms, rheumatic colds, general distress
ana aeDimy, nigut sweats, quinsy. soio throat
settlr-tl Daioa in the back. ininU. Mn and Kmk-
and evea the most complicatcd maledics invcry
advanccd stages, and of invcterate obstinacy
Their price puU them within the reacb of in
afflicled of all classes, and being purely vegili
ble. they require neither confinement nor changc
ui uin. jiverj lauiny auo inuividnal snouls
keen them rpadr forntn PronA.i anrt unM
wliolcsalo and retail, bv Dr. W. B. HfOFFAT"
uroaaway n. i.
wright & Bush, Shoreham, Vt. Agents.
Russel &. Gridlcy, Middlebury, Vt.
LET IT BE REMEMBERED. that the la
bels and wrappers of Mofiat's Life Pills and
Phcenix Bittcis arc now printcd from verv fine
engraved plates, similar lo the cbeck-woik od
bank notes that the wrappers are vth jh on thc
genume medicine not yellow. I rehascra
should always break open a cackaire bi rire our
caasiog,ana in ine uooa aamarltan,acc upany-
ing, mey wm nna a mii uescrinptio or ' c new
dress for these excellent medicines. Always
- ... I, i iii ... -
ejLamiuo weu me laoei on ine x ot nillivetore
jruu purcuasa. x 3
200 iwirs thickaod th!n. Trtiri.r u-nV
er, andcalfikins, forialcby VRicnT& Bcsn.
DAVESP0R1 & TDENER,
WOULD inform their patronsand the nntiKc
generally, that theyhave renewed their Ieas- of
i. .. r.. - .. i.li-.i . m .. ......
mu waiiuifcuiiuj; 9iauii,nnieni oi lce Dliddlc-
oury mauuiaciunng uo. for a term of years
witn addiuonal tacilities for doim hnin. ti
are also makincsome valuable additinna inii,.;.
uuisuiiig macnmery ana improvemenls. een.
e . i , . . . ' -4
...j ,un.iiiiif; iuu i.u proauce a
m gooas suuaoie for the Worlhy Sons'of lh.
Jareen Mooctain State and tbeir,, Neighbors on
he oppoiite side of the Lake.
ihey will reeeive U'nM fn rnm..r..,n.. n
shites or by tho yard and will keep an extrnsive
assortment of gocda on hand which they will
cxchange for Wool, or advance on Wool lefi to
manufacture. They would again tender their
giateful acknowledgments to their palrons foi
iuuir tavors ana re-assure tbem thit cttorts wju
ot be wanting to mrrit their fullest confidenoo
Iirj"TERM3 adapted lo thb TIMES
Middlebury, May 29.
WOOL &. CARPET TWINE.
For nte at STEWA RTR
Rich Camelion Stripe Sillcs.
do do do Plain vnriouscol ri.l
Ihary Blue and Blue B'k do.
Beautiful Riblons a great variety.
.Erfra Pine Silk Warp Alpaccas.
Cameleon, Fig'd and Plain Alpaccat,
J?ich Style and at very low pricej.
Medoria Plaids, Tiesans, Crape Chusan,
i Vktoria Stripcs some very plegant.
Cashmerc, Muslin De Laines and Prj,,.,
in great variety, superior to anyibing K"tJ
before in this market.
Ladies Rich Velvet Satin CrataU, are
among the large and exler.stte stock of A'tir
Goods nowopening by A. FRAXCIS.
Oct 14, 1844.
SUPERIOR Camphenc Linseed acd Laaii
Oil, Copal Varnish, white Lead, and Glass ibr
sale at the cheap Cash store of
CASH paid for good Fleece Wool. Dajs
of delivery Wediiesdays and Satur
days. A. CHAPMAN & SON.
Arrival No. 2.
THE subseriber is this day receiving his fid
Fall and Winter Goods.
purchasedata great discount from September
priees, which heis determined to scll as low as the.
cost oi gooas purcnasea in tne eariy part ot the
fall. Will you call and see for yourselvesl
There ts no humbug in this! Many stylcs of
goods have fallen since the middle of Septembcr,
from 10 to S!0 per ct. Having purchascd a largt
stock, necessiiy compels him to sell yes, under
sell, in order to dispose of his immcnse stock of
goods before the fashions changc
P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwall, Nov. 12, 1844.
rijpHE subseriber would inform all thoso
who intend to purchasc
This scnson, tbat if they want to find the
best, the handsomcst, the chcapesl and th
greatest tariety that can be found within 50
mtlee of this placc, they had bcttergiva
him a call before tbey purchnec of Ped
lers or others. He has some entire nsw
patterns, which far excel nny thing ever
before offered in this markct. He hasal.-o
an assortment of
Hollow-Ware, Sad-Irons, Brass
thc best in the County;
an cxccl'cnt article ata low price.
from 1-2 to 2 inch borc.
Shect-Lcad, Sheet-Zinc, &c&c.
Also, an cxtensivc assortment of Tin
Ware, madc forsirvice nnd not like Pin
dar's llazors tnercly to scll, as has been
the cnso ntcertain new shopsin tliisrcginn.
Most kinds of produce and Lumbcr rcc'd.
in payment. Tcrms liber.il.
29 tf A. WILCOX.
Middlebury, Nov. 13t.li, 1844j
"D UST lcceived by the subseriber a
large and completc assortment of fash
ionable Winter Goods,
Such as Crapcs, Cnshmcrcs, Came'ioiis,
Persian Brocadcs, Afghan Satins and
Mouselin de Laines. Also rich Bonnet
Silks nnd Velvets, Ribbons aud ArtificiaN,
Fringes, Worstcd caps Tailors triiu
A good ns?ortmcnt of Hardware, Crock
ery, Groceries, and PROVISIONS which
will be cxcliangcd for most kinds of I'ro
duc. PECK & FLOWEIt.
MiiM.'cbury. Nov. 14, 1S44.
Q000 Tieces Room Papcr with Bonlerstomatch
Sept. 18th, 1844.
The notes and accounts of W. S. Jolmon,
having been assigncd to ine, settlcmcnt tmj
be made witb ine at the room over thcStors
fonnerly occupied by said Johnson, ifatteti
dcd to soon.
Middlebury, Oct. 7, 1844.
I. C. MEAB
I very ihankful for the verv libcral ratronare ile
public havc extended to him and has nmv the ply
urc ofannouncing to them that be bas just recei
avcry large assonmentof
Staple & Fancy GoodSj .
bought at reduced prices which heis willing toeell a
a tery small adrancc from costs. l'ersoo? hatio?
verv little cash or nrodace and wantinz to spcwfu "'
the'bcat adrantare will please bcar in mindtliat tli
rot Ulhce boildin is jtwt tne place for them.
I wish persons would not take my word for tDUV
comc and?ee for thcinselves.
Cornwall, Nov. 26tb, 1S14-
NEW B00K STORE.
L W. CLARK, is now recciving
I f.i- nl. at ftlA nnvn Hnr. nn. ilwir t33t
J. JI. Slade & Co, a general assortment nf Clis"'"1
and Scliool Books, together with a select assorlioet
addition to the classical and school books in gcaend
use, he has on hand the
Memoir ofNcltUton. Edicards Works, Jost-
phus Vorks, IVebstefs Diclionary. Life oj
Sir kValteriscollinT Vols., rhtiopvjoj -
btlier, Coleridee's IMcts and Convcrsatwn,
Bames" notes on the New Testamenl, loung
Ladies' Companion, Tlie entire tcorks of utar
lotle Elkabeth, The Young Man by J. Todd,
Hints and Sketches by a Jjady, LetUrs lo the
Younir. Solitude & Siceetness, Emmanuel on
the Crossandin the Garden. Young
Closet Library, Tlie Adcancement oj Jieiigi'-
Parlei's Young American, Keaners orrc.
iPrtathfor the Tomb, Tmthmnic
simple, The World's Religion, c. $e.
ful! assortment of the books publisbcd by thc M Af
. S. SociETT jnited to tlie canacities of the l o"I
ihi. MHdle-A-red and tbcaeed. The salutary ib:
ence of ibose publicstions lias been felt and acknowi
edged by the Chriitian Public for sovcral jears m'n
incrcasing satislaclioo. ,
Churcbes who wish tc snpply their schools can oo
Uin tbeir books at tbe same prices tliey are oU
at tbe depository iu Bostoo, with a sligut aiMiUo"
cbarge forfneght. ,
also, a iuu assortment oi tne puuiiciiuuuo -merican
Doctrinal Traet Society.
The above will be sold invariablyat the same prices
they are retailed in Boston. Persons wwbing
supply theirFamilies and Schools wiU do well tocaii.
aot books wuhed for and not on hand can tc or-
dcrcd,aml obu:ncd at tliort nDtice.