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POETHY. From the New York Observer. SONGS 12 THE NIGHT. BY MRS. M. 8. B. DANA. MO. II. Oh I sing to me of Heaven When I am called to d if I Sing songs of holy extacy To wait my soul on high. When cold and sluggish drops Roll off my marble brow, Burst forth in strains of joyfulncss, Let heaven begin below 1 When the last moment comes, Oh ! watch my dying face And catch the bright seraphic gleam, Which o'er each feature plays. Then to my ravished ears Let one sweet song be given ; Let music charm me last on earth And greet me first in heaven ! Then close my sightless eyes, And lay me down to rest j And clasp my pale and icy hands Upon my lifeless breast. Then round my senseless clay Assemble those I 1 And sing of heaven delightful heaven, j fciuwuus uorae aoove. no. in. But thon halt been weary of ma, O Israol I was weary of my Savior, Turned my heart to other love, Deeply moved at my behavior, Soon he called me trom above ; Drew me gently, Bound me with the cords of love. This delightful bondage breaking Soon my footsteps roamed away, Ke. in grief at ray forsaking, Followed me the live-long day Wooed me sweetly, Words of love I heard him say. In his garden I was sleeping, There he came to seek lor me, On his head the night-dews weepinsr, My beloved! 1 Come, my fair one 1 come to me !' Yet I left this heavenlv Lover, Though his lips like lifies were ; Once again becarre a rover, Turned away from one so fair, Still he followed, Watched me with untiring care. Lat of all he sent in sorrow, Called my idols all away ; For the sake of bright to-morrow, Darkened all my joys to-day, Then he whispered, 4 Oh my fair one ! come away I' " I'm in all thy griefs a sharer, Thy afflictions all are mine, 'Tis my love, to draw thee nearer To my heart, I'm breaking thine ; I have won thee, Won thy heart by love divine." '"Tis in mercy J have pained thee, Wanderer in a desert wild ! Now I know that I have gained thee, Oh my lovel ray undefined: Thus he soothed me With his accents sweet and mild. Now I follow where he leads me, I am his, and he is mine ; With the richest love he feeds me, While upon him I tecline; Gazing upward, On his eyes Tfasten mine. YET AVE MUST DIE.' T,hfu?h life we spend in sunny bowers, Mid laughing meads and scented flowers, And bhss attends our tranquil hours, Yet we must die. Tho' Love's bright torch may gladly blaze : rrl "I l 11 . 11 uur naPPy uays ; I hough beauty's smile delight our gaze, Yet we must die. Though oft by fancy borne away, We bask in regions" bright and gay, Where pleasure grows In constant ray, Yet we must die. Though circled with the pomp of state, Our word be law, our whisper fate, Our halls must soon be desolate, Yet we must die. For we must part with love's bright ray Our gayest dreams must flit away, Wealth, beauty, pleasures all decay, And we must die. Agricultural. From tho New England Farmer. Treatment of Woodland. To the Editor of the N. E. Farmer: In Teply to the inquiry of your friend al Harvard, in your paper of the 22d nst., 1 would state, from some experience and -more observation, that when woodland is C2l,nd " signed to have wood grow agajn, it by no means should bo burnt or ploughed; but secure it from cat tie and let it remain untouched, is much ....ucir way; mere will sooner be i liew and ihr.fty growth Besides experi a tional t. suppose that it should be so that is, to e it is rational. Some have on idea that the next growth after clearing moceeds from the stumps by sDrmi' inisisv in some measure the case, but iio whol y so: there is generally and ent Sil I7' 8eCd In lhe Sr0Und' effi cient to produce a crop of wood,, that arc ?h sun Th leaVCS' bul When P"ed to in sun, soon vejretate. iTan. .k that when a wood lot , clt off a ' n ,J of an entirely different kin 5 oLoo? S the place of ihe forfner ffrowth ml ; Vu ( i Tu7 naPPsthat where a Mfy men I no o?i fact bu a fact ,t ., which J have observ ed nearly my whole life, which has been lengthened to more than three score and ten veart . u I could write much more on this subject, but not having had much education, which nerhans has made me have a renu finance r ( i w i to writing, besides, there are so many men of education who write for agricultur al papers now-a-days, many of whose pro ductions have more imagination and theory than sound practical knowledge of agri- i culture, as appears 10 me, 1 wilt iorDear, lest I also should be thought a theorist. A t ARMER. A cood farmer is unceasing in his ef- c fons to add to his manure heaps. N. E. farmer. Miscellaneous. Cleanliness. Keeping the body clean is of ffreat imnortance. since mnrp than one-half oi what we ent and drink is evacuated by perspiration, and if the skin is not kept clean, the pores are stopped, and perspiration consequently prevented, to me great injury ot the health. It is nigniy necessary :o the health and cheer fulness of children; for when it is neg lected they grow pale, meagre, and squal- 1 J 1 . . it iu, anu suojeci 10 several loathsome and troublesome diseases. Washing the hands. face, mouth, and feet, and occasionally the wnole body, cohduces to health, strength, and ease, and tends to prevent colds, rheu matism, cramps, palsy, the itch, the tooth ache, and many other maladies. Atten tion to cleanliness in regard to clothes, victuals, apartments, beds and furniture. A knowledge of the nature of the me phitic gasses, of the necessity of pure atmospheric air lo health and vigor, and of the means by which infection is pro duced and communicated, would lead per sons to see the pronrietv cf l'renuentlv opening doors anl windows to dissipate consutnpted air, and to admit the refresh ing breeze; of sweeping cobwebs from the corners and ceilings of the room, and oi removing dust, straw, or filth of any kind, which is offensive to the smell, and m whuh injection might be deposited By such attention, fevers, and other mnliV nant disorders, might be Drevented. vio-rCr health, and serenity promoted, andthe whole dwelling and its inmatrs nrnsum an air ot cheerfulness and comfort, and , ..... become the seat of domestic felicity." T 7 1 Tl jjicti t issays. VT. LIT. & SCI. INSTITUTION. TrT is with pleasure, we announrp tn th -LL public, that according to arrangements aireaay made this Seminary will remain the coming year, under the superintend ence of the present board of i nstrurl inn The favorable impression, which this Institution has already made on the public uuiiu, we hum, win rje greatly augment ed, as the present board of instruction ;i spare no available means, in rendering ii-.:- cj.: .u. r o mia oriumaiy, me nrsi oi its kind in . i c . . iiic oiuie. Its pleasant and healthy location, com modious building, well selected Library extensive Chemical and Phil Apparatus afford no ordinary facilities for j-iiieiary and bcientihc acquisuions. nil ... me prompt, watchlul and energetic movements of the executive department will render it. a pleasant retreat for the studious, and a safe abode for youth, when uiiimrawn irom parental influence. No labor will be spared in adequately fitting young gentlemen for College. Special attention will bedevotedlo those designing to Teach. Instruction will be adapted to the various degrees of mental developement. Each Teacher is exclusively devoted to his department, and will secure compe tent and acceptable Teachers to assist, as necessity demands. After suitable repairs and improvements the Fall Term of this Seminary, will com- meuce on me in of September next Young Gentlemen and Ladies, who ex pect to attend, will find it fnr i hair est to oe present at thf , . "cntcuieru oi mc ICIIIl, Con venient rooms fnrniotiri ...:.u , . ------.-..j.ontu wiiu siove chairs, table and Ledatori ..j . , - , - uic i emeu to students for one dollar ner nuarfer Board at the Institution t . spectable private families from 81,50 to jci ween. Board of Instruction. Carleton Parker IVirho, r tit.u. , , T. . ., ui 11 n ue- matics and Philosophy. wanes u. Bisbee Teacher Ancient Languages.' Aurora D. t l. of the in the A cumie department. Tuition. Common English branches, hlilAa 1.1 l-i ' $3,25 ,Jl,nrilSh branches nnrt T guages, . . . "; French, Drawing ar,rl P,;f: . IncfrMMi . ... . " S?l,UvJ tUna, : :' w, oe given to "-ii u'.iiuii in miiMi. .-...ii i . Brandon July 1 1840 N. B. Air. Rlck : ... ik,.u , s associated with the subscriber nm nnU ;n un tion, but also i ,h:"i'. lnstruc- nnd in.0f.; " b-.a. management ....0,.aU1 lUH Rrnnnh e.. ih... i transapterl u:. . aJ uc "mi. J. FA K fPD 11 Tic? n- - JFSP.t b7 "f Lrdt at L, an nnK "luiuu. A5 ?ood M&"en. lo these lent lo cM Ta " c?n ,nake " C01 find for ,h" i ? , eXamin' ,vi" to" Norton's Ville. in,;i iC 7 n iu, 104U 31 HorusMnlf of the cenuinp liS Mul"y 37saTeS AIu!licaU- Brandon, March 16, isio ERY VERMONT FIRE! FIRE 1 1 FIRE 1 ! ! rfllHE members of the Vermont Mu- tual Fire Insurance ComDony are j hereby notified that the following assess-j - rnents have been made by the Directors on all notes in force on the following day, ' i ' to wit Aug. 7, Dec. 30, 1839 1-2 of 1 per cent. i - ii Jan. 12, 1840 " 27, " 1-2 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 1-2 i it ii ii ii I ii - Feb. 25, " 29, Mar 31, June 9, " 26, ii ii u Makinsr 3 1-2 ner cent, assess ment for the year ; said per centage to be cast on the original amount cf the premi um note, without relerence to any enuorsb- ments, and to be paid to the lrensurer at nis omce in Alontpelier, on or belore the 10th day of October, 1840, being the d.iy of the annual meeting of said company. An opportunity will be presented to for ward assessments by the members of lhe Legislature, and those who neglect to for ward their assessments then, are referred to the 8th section of the Act, attached lo each policy, for the consequences. tlAKK x V ALL, Treasurer. Montpeiier, Aug. 12, 1840. The printers of each weelvlv news- i - - - j - paper in this State are reauested to nublish the above notice three weeks successively, and forward their bills by the members of the legislature for payment. Black River Academr. THE Fall Term will commence on Tuesday the 1st day of September. The services qf Miss Sarah Washburn are secured in the female department. From the well known character and abil ity of this ladv, it is confidently believed she will prove a valuable accession to the institution. Instrnction will be given in the Latin, Greek and French languages, Mezzotin to Painting, Drawing, linear, & perspec tive. Vocal M-Jsic, Piano Forte, and in all the branches of literature and science, which combine to form a solid or orna mental education. Lectures will be given twice a week upon various literary and scientific sub jects ; also a course on government an 1 teaching to such as wish to qualify them selves lor the business of instruction. TERMS. For the quarter of eleven weeks, Common school branches, $3,00 Higher English studies, Ancient Lan guages and Mathematics, '83,50 French, 400 Penmanship, Mezzotinto painting and Vocal Music, each extra, 81,00 Practical Surveying, Civil Engineer ing & Linear Drawing, each extra, 2,00 Drawing in perspective, extra, 3,00 Lessons on the Pianoforte, extra, 5,00 Use of Piano for practice, incidentals from 12 1-2 to 25 cents. Board can be obtained in good families for as many as may apply. Such as choose to practice economy bv boarding themselves can obtain rooms either in the village or academy. Franklin Everett, Principal. Ludlow, August 1840. DIUB. R. JAMES MOR1SON, the Hy ceist, died at an nd 10th of May last at Paris, where he 'had resided for some time, snnprintpmi; branch of the British College of Health, i-iUll'.IUIJ. The College at London has been for sometime under the supervision of JOHN & ALEXANDER MOKISON sons of the celebrated Hvt?eist and the business will exnerience as they are now the only persons livin" who possess the knowledge of all the ma terials and their proportions, used in ma king the "world renowned" vegetable Medicine called - 0 Jlt Morison's Pills. Every Packet sold in Vermont and in the towns bordering o, Lake Champlain in the Slate of Now York iviJJ be sineJ with Pen and Ink, by Messrs, Pamfborn Brmsmaid, Jewvliers, of the Varietv store, Burlmo-ton Vt. who-ifeS; a' and signed also bv the sub agents selling them. Remember this if you wish to r,?t the genuine article. 0 GEO. TAYLOR, Uygeist. G4 Broadway, New York "THE HYGEIST " ... ..ojipri hji y iiuuiiuiis cncuiation is to be issued from the General Dt'pot ' for the United States, for the Medicine and publications of the British College of Health, London at 94 Broad wav, New York, where all orders and communica tions relative to the business must be ad dressed. Thirty thousand of each num ber will be distributed through the Unit ed Stttes. Its chief object wiil beto dis seminate the opinions and circulate - the theory ofthe late James Mon'son, Esq., (the founder of the British College of Health) and of other learned and eminent supporters ofthe now universally approved Hygean d.ictrine and practice DR. GEO. TAYLOR, Hveist liroa Iwjy, New York. United States A eat " PANGBORN& BRINSMAID, ' Of the Variety Store, Rurlin Stale Agents. SUB-AGE NTS. SOLD BY IRA BUTTON, BRANDON, Vt Albert L. Catlin, Orwell Village. W. Chipman Sf Co. Chipmans Point. m. E. Greene Vergennes Jonathan Hagar Middlebury J. Frost Sf Co. Bridport Kent Wiight Shoreham Jas. HullOrwelt , Hiram L. Cheney Rutland W. Reynolds Factory Point Manchester m TELEGRAPH Resurrection OR PERSIAN PILLS, ttdf Rim? tn th nvwoan nrandreih's Ev an's, Tomato, the Matchless (priced) Sana- rs ) . I tive, or any oilier Pills or Compound before the pUDiiC, ccrituru lvj ujr x uj?ii.iaiia auu uuiria. Let i one condemn lhem until ihey have tned lnm anil tlipn ivp arp sum tliPv will nnt. Cfr- tihcates may De seen oy caning on tne agents in .. -1 i I . . I : 1 1 .1 : l ,. lhe vilipges, who have a largo Bill to distribute ffiatuilously. A. u 6t J. u. tiatcn. Agents lor wina-or; j. C. Brooks, Agent for Hartford: and for sale in all the principal towns in the State. Jew David's or Hebrew Plaster, AN invahnblo Compound for cure of Scroffu- a Kins iiiir!' kiiis. ki:io 4 i'.vii. i r.n.immaifi: v is affections, Ki.ia's Evil, Ir.flammato y and Chronic Rheumatism, and i.i all cas s where 3t,'l kU uill vfl l.lll II. -"-i I. A.."IJ. 1 Jl j i I s tlj l E. W. CPUON CO.. Afrits friheStne, to whom all orders muit he addiesied, at Roch- nslnr. For sale hv Jackson & Ketcham, Brandon. S. Ullock vell, Cor.nvall. Ira Bingham, sud ury. Jo!in Meacham, Castleton, II. T. White Ci. Uutl .nJ, A.' l D. Hii.ro'.vs, Sali-hury. Stanley 8c .Mal!ory, West Poultncy. Simeon Mears, East Pou'tney. Edward Va;i, M ddlctown. 1 M. C. M. Potter, Paw lei t. S. F. II a lley, Dorsel. Bu.-rcl Andrews &f Co., Manchester. Rufu-i Frost, Pittsf.rd. A. R. Donliss, Shafisbury. James A. ilodge, Durset. 43:tf For Sale. THE subseiibjr will keep on haul, and (or sali.', durinr the season. ITrv s and Ilno.liin. dies. Pitch-forks of various patterns, s z ; atul tin- ' ish. ai.d of wiii .iu .-!. .d fvl.- l.....ai. wi :c ' fletree an. I Neck-yoke vood-, Dung folk and s'aovel-handles, $-c. &c. Picasca!l. . IIOLCOMB. Brandon, July 6, 1340. 24 Lotion. Lotion. Dr. Evans beau tifying Lotion. 1 lM luHLY esteemed for curinrr all Eruptions, Coarseness. Ttednnss and Pimples on the Face, Neck or Elands, and effectually cleaning the com plexion, and removing all disuses ot the skin. Not I 'in? contributes general success in life, as first npp -arance. This lotion is admired at) enirnrinT as a most Ir -grant, mild, safe wash, ar-d greatly esteemed for its virtues in cleans ing, softening, and purifying the skin of all eruptions, so injurious to female beau ty, and restoring it to a high decree of purity. a A beautiful and healthful complexion is P 1 iu ; vi 1 u 1 1 woo j)ossess n, and the envy of those who are deprived of it. What can be so affecting to a beautiful fe male, in whose face nature has displaye I her power, as to fi. d her complexion dis colored with disgusting Dimnles, which a fleet her charms 1 A goo ! ap:? u-.ince is t i ; b cn!r( mendation; and as the Beauiifyin-r Lo non purifies the skin, and reinoves ail Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Sunburn, and Ufdness, a;:d produces a beautiful hue, it is the only cosmetic a lady should use at her toilet. Gentlemen will also find this 1 delight, ful remedy, to remove ali Roughness, Pimples, Ringworms, Spots, Redness' Soreness of the face and nose, and e"erv kind of eruption, on the surface of the hu man bo ly. It is particular! v recommend ed to gentlemen to be used aftr shavin-r as it will prevent the otherwise certain Jf lct of all common soap, in turning the beard prematurely gray. For sale whole sale and retail by A. Hitchcock & Co., 117 Genesee sr. Utii-a. rOr sale in Bnin.hm K.r 1.,,.'..-,.. e. ivetcham only. In P.ttsford. by 3ir0-ig& Baclc. Rutland, Dr. JnW Porter. Cistieton, E. Jamieson. Middlebury, Goo. H. Fish. Veiffeones, John H. 13;uinan. Burlington, J. & J. fl. Pe'ek- & Co Snuff, only Twenty-Five Cents l-IVent. ..I k IT B." l.l .i . - wkj '& new - lide ever discovered by sc-i mtific men, in Juropu or Atnerien, or the cure ab , - s solute rehet oi Catarrh, Dzzukss ofthe Head, Wealc Eye,. Nervous Headache,, i' alien Slefcne.es Pi.o .....I I r. . ., . Wit'l Sill.'fUa ,-.,,;..i , I. . I cf Pa!sv, &c. I. . I ..." I ( ....v. i . I I I , UV i. rrcncocK & Co.. sr!. Pmn,-; v.. ca:i-, Wilt) eS.l e .Ti, r.,1., U .. 1 17 Cr-nesee btreet. H-ien. I I.,. ....:- agents, throughout t!;e United Sta'es lor sale in Brandon onlv bv Jackson- 1VKTCHA5I. In Piusford, by Strong & RnL Rutl and, by Dr. Ja.r; s Porter. C.islh ton, by E. Jamiesor.. IIi;!d!eburv, l)y George Fi'i Aergcn;1,s, by John H. B,wnn. burlmaton.by J. & J. M Ph s- n.. . v . iu 18-io. MAXUFACTU1LNG. together with a large quantity of also, win UABD WOOL ,n the best m,M . on snnrt nn: i. ..... "v. . - CLOTH-DRESSIXG BLS1XFSS to the accommodation of customers done mii.,,1 m . V "r .. .. ' ,ne wh fcw hcris: air-of Sa.iSbury,Apri,,I8.W-WALK3Jly- Vji' H - ftf ,k r V, r ,I,IS me:ncd nn r 41,1 P;ace, nn l to nret-.-nt -S.- fy lhe- u.c that he will carry on ihe turninrr ff , i, P'-U-m It manufacturing b isin ,ss in ali its brancKs at i I inr thin n T 3 II 'S ,noru norish stand formerly occupied by wal!7 i ; pojnatu.n, antiqu-.. oil. or Cologne !te!he -..ks.nthe best possible man- 1.1 .1 beamiful ankle for I?i7 r . l . . . a . , ... . . . . i r n t . . a ' iirirTfrtrrrii t . I - ., . 111-. !,,. t 1 . 1 U..d best ivoikm n. hetbut k e ' hin.l r , " w IIJ,r 8011 and ,ve!v. 'm vi, uu iijviiis empnivea thA rr.,f .,11115 ms'-nsi ... 1. n . : SXelia brilliancy.--I ' iVadditional particulars of the atov, dl Xri the tliat he ' tes and exceiufn 1 s,,P"or vir- c:je e Mo.Tar. Good .ton..f ' .a-V; i"r.Wo1; . U.?0' w! be taker, tl ' Sl,,l.,f,a ""HvalleJ. It is nn ' ;..r.i.t . ays he obtained cf tL A Wnt scats bv of flVnir. ' 7 ine'i,d'at option all nfll-ctions of the k Z V" forwle. Plaill c 0 head asdandrufj J-c n ? lhe , 1 ri' nrh' Ger:nj; a ni!. direr :ior; cnfi x.14" QuaIi,Ie Colors- I V should be nnl; , , f .Evry fam" o!,,ji,,ed o: Pi-lica:ion at the cllcc 5 Cashmeres Ditto--SattIac n. :i .1. ', . surP''fil With a bott .f Mc v.y.: w Vo.k. Worms ! Worms ! ,R. M. HITCHCOCK'S unrival 1 IpJ &, mieaualled WOR3I TEA. a sovereign remedy for Worms. Strange and incredible are the effects of these detestable vermin; few persons, and it is .hniKrhr nnnt art free from them, nnrtirn. I larlv fem iles and children. Manv Der- sons ro tnrougn a uiEiressing course oi .i L ' . . . . r madicine without any benefit, when thev mi?ht be relieved bv usin? the Worm Tea. This invaluable medii ine has been tested bv the experience of more than ten vhiYs ii? nnrl ndministftrt'd In mnrcthnn i -7 . ; lb.UJlJ persons Ot various aes, and not ; r ui ii.it r ." rtn m ! one solitirv co nnl.iint : on on the contrary, , hundreds have called, and unsolicited.. ' t given their decided preference lo it, after j trying the dincreiit articles sei;t forth to the public, and pronounced Dr. M. Hitch cock's Worm TVa the most safe, effect ual 'and con venient remcdv that can be ob tained ; for in no one of the thousands of i instances where it has been used arrre'n b!e 10 the nrinted directions has it ever are universally admitted u, t, failed. N. B. Ask for Dr. M. Hilchcocli's Worm Tea, as there are many nostrums abroad for the destruction of worms. For sale who esale and retail, by A. Hitchcock- &, Co., sole Proprietors 117 Genesee stn-et, Ut'ca, and by their agents throughout the Union. For sale in Bandoa only by Jackson & Kl.TCHAM. In Piusford, bv Sironsr & Buck. Rutland,, by D. James Porter. Castleton, by E. Jamieson. JMidJIebury, by George H. Fish. Vergennes, bv John H. Bowman. Burlington. b'vJ.&J. H. Peck & Co. MAGNETIC ODONTIC A. THE TEETH! THE TEETH!! THE INCOMPARABLE TOOTH IMLEl'AItATIO.W THE fact is proved, and the mos in credulous and doubting are fully inn tir..,1 - ... . I a I t v " i.w.. untu, as we Hive me eviuerice Irom tne sale of 20,000 boxes of the Oinntim ivithui the pist yoar, that the Utopian dreams of the alchymist are realiz -d, and a remedy discovered for preserving those impoitant an 1 useful appendages of the human system, by the use ofthe Magnet ic OJ m ica, which by rs attractive, pjri fyi.ig au.l strengthening q iaiities, removes all extraneous suhstinct-s iroai the teeth, and preserves them in their natural brill iancy, and the gums in soundness and beauty. It is ascertained from oxneri- euv.e, uiu wnen used, trie teeth will nev er decay, but remain till the latest ao cf man, with iheir natural wear. When they are decayed, its progress will be ar resteJ, an I the teeth preserved and prevent,-i from achingall this has beer, lone m a multitude of instances: and ... wMiouiius 01 cases, nervous toot.iache, (tint climax of n,in h ., oace been ffTectUilly cured by this most ,..ui....i m-iHMnce i Ainerien. A;-d in co.idus.on, where, or who is the youn" ia ly or gentleman, ave. the md ;..,m.. .1 .t,.f. values a beantifnl w n tuu, 1. - '. the -Medici, .,..,1 . . gu'S them a fnverei? ,, madv VI . . iwxiyvr uesi.iute ot a box of sways relieved hy a sma!l Jese lp llr 1 fl I, - t . I tlrolvr fraa t. For s i!e wholesale and rfn;i k.. , Hitchcock & Co . No. 1 17 Genes'-e st. unci, in. 1., and by their agents thro ....1 l. IT '. I . - u'. uie u.utevl states. . a.e in iarandon bv Jackson & iv-tcn un onlv. In Piusford, bv Strong & Buck. Rutland, Dr. Junes Porter. Castleton, E. Jamienn. Mid liebury, Geo. . Fish, vergennes, John N. Bowman. iiurlinjton, J. & J. H. Pec!; & Co. Notice to Silk Growers. rnnr . rnnctritit t - uasmtoi -Jieatnigcoconaf. , iV: , r V "a mJ1 cotivciiicnt plan. Also t. .t; ",'r' 11 e'- warranted a superior; Ule ..a-jd oae has,,, accoinp .nying it. iiu ia .O llSc.-SSJrv f,x- t!. i. .. ter II (OI t ih hiu!nnJJ ...:7i ... .. . " " riis ensrio-eii hi. nr :,!... n mum I A. x-.-v- HIV (1 I Br.n.Ion.A.,,. 10. VIT. I3ISDEE. ,or " jP,.,,.!f.,,i.,n !"ay l,e thesn'sc.i- .,v,u aanuerson, at lirandon, Vt. II AIR! IlAIIM! VALn'ESS.--Illip,)rlanl Di t ie Great Mistery found out at l i t. 'VP-V's hair recjex- ER VTOR Hr Sterrv. aff.r attention to the important mM ,, nrUuv. p.OServing the Juir. ha;. !.. I Proner ttfl.sitv wh:fh a ,lrM n:i n: . jp -riments cheniicjl S:rj-J rdivs:fil ') . As nothing caa be Letter aJa -i.tl Jo !!. i aide to di-cover in -i-t: I . .. i.TV Jtn n''u-'", cai.s itutio i st Ih.rc ii nih ' lofbTed wI'S th. 13 ,10'v Pe,)': '' f ( !i:ovh de I tn b prcj!ja;' T e i . ! r jls s.fL,'nin.r .,,..1 v" . . I intr cf t!u 1..: ' ! V to V"l a" too.! fwi ! if ir." Prevent iUro.n fulling off wh- n U r IS iinnr! i ,.l . . . u.ta I ' n a id rut.irn ,t I i u tiii inn rr-. . . ... o r I . r Or v.ilu i wt44V woi'saie and rrtai!, by A. Hitchcock & Co., 117 Genesee st. Utica. h r r ,",S aPP!ica'on to the h-ad -ind f AA v'3St PiW ,e,tcn w'n reive i--' '''1 mental appendix of a fin. I T r (?r" ' L Fr rirf ! anJ eo'J WILLIAM B. Mf' Which J..' l a.'"e ead of hair. FAT 73 Uroadwav Vori. A l-berJ erved. Prnm ,K P,,l,ecl U3 may benre-id'Jt;V"J.etWWborUic!.,t,e!i and rero-nmenaations received r ; . " ' , d of of principal I3iiirsiu m ary influence, the DnJt . r , :V"a,a I to,AU "''"Uout t! e LwieJ States ami He fpersu ided In- h-, AJoci"1, Ms firmly Ask for Motf.t. Li:e I? IN iu Vtcvtf i ioiies 3 nil nnnrr.k .i . . . ... te . or Stt. ;.i VOL. XII. NO. 49 For sale in Brandon bv ti .Z7. Ketchara only. " In Piusford, by Strong & Back. Rutland, Dr. James Porter. Castleton, E. Jamieson. Middlebury.Geo. H. Fish. Vergennes, John H. Bowman. WHO WANTS BETTER EVIdTT I would refer the reading ,,ubl,c to r E ? merous voluntary letters ublUhed ttr "?'ia this paper and in the Good Samiiitan ,e" 111 trationof i(iU moffat's LIFE PILI.8 AXD PHExix Bin Thos3 who have ieiuseJ the Kitersa tS' ferred to will observed that almost cu-rv they attests the fact, that no incoracuj , e. anv sort attends the takin? of tl ordinary cases, but that the patient, w::l.o- tf ii their operation, n univcissily ha n 3If7'" cr and betler state of health than wus is'tr ed previous to beins; afdirted with ds.c.,lc in all caes of acute sufTtM in"- m. ...n"". i ' , n, illl,! f... tamed in a few hours, and a cure is ' . fected in two or three days. 0 " Inras. a of FKVKli r all bilious affections, it is utintcefs.iv ;cr, . I say aught, as 1 believe the LIFE XJDl h iu ". of that class. . r ..... i - The LIFE MEDICINES 3r, ,ic cellent relief in afftctioi:s of i,v I.iver n'A'1'' i 1 . . . . Bl u 01. nas uttii irovr in iiunorrd-i ct can u patients have ccme forward and ii qin-.-cj t ! their experience ia taking them u.iv.,,. ': liclid fnr tl.a l,a.. r.t ,1 ... l. "l1' tion in such rases, thev resioie tl.. '- .: w. wu.iis. Ill I' fir ,.. Stomach, strengthen the d:gctlve otg,:l vigorate the general functions cf t!:e"ul,i'le 'j, I and thus become to both sex.s (foi thv ti "' fectly adapttdto each) an nivalin! Ic uxxl jh.h iiuii- uistmc uiu icmoiiii ;i. jrlj. in anectior.s ci tuc tieaa, uht-tht-r ccr.m y . with pain and giddiness or m-uUd 1 y tie' r ous calamity of impaired nieiital e"r pitations of lhe heart, ilatuleure, less Jf 1,J and strength, and the lmiltij.Ikd ?uip'(., , disordered digestion, THE LIKE MhDilUL win De louiiu to possess themo-l M'uti y tc rt Constitutions itlaxtd, weak or docajd iu n'c or women are under the inirrietli itc ii.5i:eBrtc The Life JUedicincs. Old rcugt.s, consumptive habits are scon K-iu-veJ ai.d ly cureJ. Poverty of blood, ar.d emacij-.td , I will eie long meet the happiest chaii2p; nf ,v watery fluids will becoa.c rich and bilsatc.'' the lnut-s be covered with uh ,u w.ilt&x JVervous disetders of every kind .fo3 whaicver cause aiising, fly before the 5cti THE LIFE MEDICINES and a.l ;lut sinkings anxieties and tiemours wl.irli odiei fully jaffect the weak, the sedent n y an i V.,e tti rate will in a short lime be iutx.'edfd ly chett fulness and every presage of Iie-I L For weakness, deficiency of ii;t:a:i j'leu and relaxation of the es.!s bv im :r,c;:cmu dulgence cf the passions, th s mcuiciiicis is.!, certain and invaluable remedy. Those wh'i have long resided ia lxtc'.hi and aie languid nnd relaxed in their wh!eji tfin may take THE LIKE AIEDJCLES ,: the haj)piet effects; and pers.ns re:i;ovn-i the Southern ivatesor West In.Jics can i.oli;i a more important art.cle cf hea'.ih a; d life. T e f.'iloiving caes are among ihe ir.ot rtf. cure elected anl gralefuily ailii.owkd;ei! the pcis.-n hen-.-utled: Case of Jacob C. Hunt Vew Wir.J-rr Or; : Co. .V V. A dreadul tumor destroyed the who'e of his face ncs anl jaw. Ex fiki ed quir k relief from '.he use of the Life. v..; cines aad in Icis than tluee months nisnn: cured. Case rt-ix)rtcd with a coJ in a new pamphlet now in pros. uase oi ihos. I'lr ctH, sen, S4 ycatt,fj was afflicted 13 vears with swellm. was entirely cured by taking 42 pills in : tut a Cae of Joan Daulton. Aberdeen Vino-Art inatism five v?ars is ei.iiu-Iv i-ihpi.'-! s vri the Life Medicines for worms in chl'icu 4 l";a. Cac of Adon Adams rnr. J r.( m.i mr-n- ate and ob;inate dys;iep.ia and uLVlihi. CaS of Adah Allif Win Un, ii irai tim travel liver clTWiintu r.. .r,i deb.hty had cn co;.f.ncJ svirn xecia iu.svii iiom ner hetl hv t .king oi b- of ji.ik a b .tt!- of bitters a" she is;noiv a w ry l.eald.y ar.J io!u.-t o;:x- iivMiu dv ner r.usuana :iu'.kI aj.ih. -.sj of Mis. Uadger, nife cf J ill Hji!;- r.cr.riv s!m!l.ip t .. c,,t ...... Ca-; of oilman Gcodarji.t. a vounf ui.mirritw wo.jur, su'iect to ii.'-hrI.li t. v.r-t ,2;- siiuil catuseofthe Life dxinci ci.t.irrff "to ed l.er is now lulc anJ healthy. Ca-c of Mi9 Thomas daughter .f Eli Tinrs cnng"i arid symptom? of conumptKii. cv,J 1 "iur weeks. Uct siiter cured cf a s-eu ot inr.ammatoty rheumatism in one trul: o im; oi Coivm cun dot a severe a t 5CarJot friver in a feiv!n !. ii... I ,,. Vf ! ra.r t'f of Iairiet Ttt-n.'o.!. V,'; , j V. v in i v.'-y low :atc of liv'alili a vrar & a Ji l not expect ta recover. Mi (.;si. -,f tl. fl . n .. iA. iy ju i-oui is raj-idly tccovcur tc:-1 anl s::cr:g'h. 6aj of Ucnjimin J. Tucti-r seve e c:5? rver a-. ! Ague cured in a very tlivii f J'0", tunc. Directions fullnuv.l .i.iit- J after ti iag ductoi's ryac :ics m tun f..r I I time was cured bv the L:fe Mid.rhus r.j;.tf trouLIe. I'.x r 'Ir.srv case rf Lvman Pull r.!,. s I afHicfe 1 wi:!j Phthisic 0 yejr cTcct ii, i(l 'Pi. . . i r m. . . - . I .1 1.I fll lwt .tu uf !:i-'a f in I I!., :!. have bv a UvMr ntn uf e,f myr T'S I !i I'lLLNan I :Mi:.VlV III ITKli.V h eu rr-t j tie eijoymcnt of ali the cona'oit-' T I fc. f- it: n ai ,'ci'ai.l to 't!.e las c ai.d n.c:!:',"t stii:i.'f l.e fibns of the sto.7.tc!i an I -J" 1 2 ' roper t;ri fiitv v. h ch a crood Jrt ou n;i r! I,. C 'II L tlic.-t f,i!, th-prcss.i n i f J.pirs, t:ei:ibl n f -' i inw rl il . f .. I. .- . --'r!. an l liinSs.oh.'-ti.'.a'e rc'j; 1,-.. n , i i. ... i r"C .i i f i iCJtli cr coiisuii;! live ha!i.tji T..a Life ..1 . dici.K s ius.-s vini!f.f!i! in :!.! ne. v:-: i i.o.dei ti's l.ea ' j ' f - n h- .iviii j and iu.xness of spai J:r: .:) J n'hl conf;;-e.l thoughts war d, i.i t f t?.cti v.ipo: -s ;;t;l meJ in-ho!y and ali k-iri -f I-'-: : comp'oirits zri gradually removeJ bv lh. ir f " In M:-!iM-f3 of ihe stomach llatul r.rks tro'j-:" ticris they are afe and puwesful a J u :',cT ill . I 1.. . 1 i . .i . .. ' ,n !' i iiity uave i.oi ii.e.r t " SLUEU.Y ME.MS L. I'oultofy AJsa iir Miiitrrir nfniinv fturlin'ioo V Vt General acot to whom all oiden inur btfU-.T I ed poit paid. 1 iifft i , h '.UiV-iim jr f(ir flic D A ft.