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Irmy TAKHS thu liburiy to inform
f?iiitlff his lormor patrons and the
' 55JUf3 P,ll,,ic nl that I'O has
iwLiaMd. fined up I lin
in n stylo nut inferior to any public house
in the capital of Vermont, and hu Uniterm
himself Hint by iinrciiuttctl exertion and
nsstdtieus niti'iitinii tubusincs, ho will bo
nblu lit nil times to ncconininilntc tho gen
tleman i.f business, gentlemen of pleasure,
nnil the weary traveller, in n civic not siir
pnysci! for nrooiuoilntioii oml reasonable
ncss of Inrc bv nny in tlio sintes.
Boarding, per week. Single menl 25,
bulging 12J ' horses, hay and oata 75,
I horse, liny, 25.
Monlpehor. Fob. 1030. , tf
BOOKS ! UOOKS !
rjnllK following va'uablo books Drc for
JL sale nt tho Hook Slore.
Walton's lives of old English Prose
Writer. '2 vols. 12 mo.
Ilni'ii ili Moure's Works, complete I vol.
Franklin's Work?. 2 vol.. 0 vo.'
Marshall's Washington, 2 vols. 8 vo.
British Drama do do
Boswell's Johnson do do
Marryatt's Works 1 vol. do
I Ionian's Poems do do
Burke's Works 3 vols. 0 vo.
Jlucklond's Geology 2 vols, do
Rngot's Physiology do do
Kuby mi the history habits and instincts
of Animals, 1 vol. 0 vo.
Dana's Mineralogy, l vol. fl vo.
Addison's Miscellaneous Works, 4 vols.
t! vo. Eng. Ed.
Wavcrly'o Novels, 1G vols. 12 mo. Ara-
.Hnhver'd do 0 vols. do
Memoirs nf Aaron Unrr, 2 vols, fl vo.
Modern Society, by Miss Sinclair.
Sam Slick of Sliekvillu.
Kick nf the woods, by tho author of
The Trollopiad or travelling Gentleman
Aitiln, by James.
Sweeter on Digestion.
Way-land's Moral Science.
Religious Opinions and Character' of
Bloomlield's Greek Testnmcnt. Am. Ed.
('ruili n's Concordance, 1 vol. ! to.
Dwights Theology, 4 vols. !i vo. &.C. &c.
School and classical Hook of every
description together with Stationary ol the
lirtt qualitv, are nlo lor sale bv
J AH. W. I1ICKOK.
Tiurlhgtnn. Jtlanh 1. 1!13.
liickok'.s Patent Rotary Oven
IpIIE subscriber has just, received and
ofl'jr lor sale, a few stoves, of which
tho above cut is a representation. To all
the advantages of the unproved Itoiary top,
Js inhleil a Rotary Oven on nn entirely new
plan, winch, from the testimony of those
who have used them, far supercedes any
thing of Hi,; kind, yet offered to the public.
Tho.-e wishing to purchase cook stoves are
respectfully requested to examine these
before making iheir (-election, as ocular
demonstration will better convince the
public of ihe value of the article than nny
ileserin'ion that could bo given. Another
recommendation, these hard times is, that
these stoves will be sold as low as the com.
jiioii Ilutarys of the same size.
Match t. lf!P!. f
JJlncksmith's, Edge-Tool Ma
kers ancl.Wlieolrights, Attend!
FjpIIF. siib-eriber oilers for sale low, and
JL with along pay day, if required, a two
Mniy Triphammer Shop, with water-power
Hillkient for an oxioiisivu business. Alio, a
twosiory lloui-o and fivo aercs of land, all
ntuntcd in the eonlio of Warren, Washington
(3d. Vermont. Tho location is a good one.
ami an enterprising man could hardly fail of
success. For further particulars apply to iho
subscriber, at the Ship Y-ird. Slinlbiirn Point.
March 1, IIJ38. LUCIUS LAWTON.
Fail-bank's improved Cooking
JUST ree'd by tho subscriber.", Fair
hunk's Patent Improved diving flue
('linking Stoves, an article well worthy the
niton mil of tho public. They are consid
ered by those who have used them, as de
cidedly superior to any other Cooknnr
Stove now in use. "
The ending is superior, and Iron of the
best quality, mid ol extra thickness.
J. & J. II. Puck & Co, Agents,
Feb. 22. !!U!I
No-via Scotia Plaster.
llmf))h 7 Grinding mid for olo
ikXtffJ by thoMil).-eribers.
JiOAItDMAN', CLARK, & Co.
Loucf Falls, Jan. 25, 18.18.
iiurlington, Nov. 2i, 1837.
JOIIERT MOODY is now receiving
& from New York on extensive supply
tlordv are. Saddlery, Ilnlloware, Drills.
Medicines, Points, uud Oils; which he
oilers to tho ,m,j0 chonp for cash nr short
credit, at the old established store, north
eal oorneof t,Kqnr,,i
S". 1837. POLL,:T1,BADi:EVB.,0r
11 C0,(0 Si,,.t,M of ,JC1 ""'luracluioron
sJk.xSeS'coiiiiigunioiil for sale by
FipiIE slock of Goods lately owned by Mr.
JL Lemuel Curtis, logcthoi with tho Sloro
and Shop now occupied by Mr. D. S. Russell,
and the laud on which tho samo stand, havo
been convoyed to the subscriber to bo sold for
Ihobcnlit of certain creditors of said Curtis;
and as thesamo must bo sold at all events those
who wish lopuichaso will bo enabled to malto
groat bargains. Tho goods consist of a very
large assortment of
CIHjYA ff GLASS WARE,
And will be sold cheap. The Store and
Shop, nro very eligibly situated, in the bu
siness part of tho town. A credit will be
given lor a part o( the real estate. AUo
for sale as above, a one Horse Sleigh, a
Chaise, two single Harnesses, a one Horse
Waggon, a Saddle, &;c.
Burlington, Feb. 1, 11138.
tons Nova Scotia Grind Stones, assoit
cd sizes, weighing from 50 to 800 lb,
for sale by FoM.r.rr & Bram.evs.
TUB ilYGEIAN I'MEORY Of
AM) OESERATi I)IItr.CTtUN VOR THE USE OF
WOHISON'S UMVI3KSAL MEDI
CINES, Of the British College of Health, London
The leading Principles of the Hijgeian or
Murisnnian Theory of Diseases ara
contained in the following Propo
1. The vital principle is contained in
2. Every thing in the body is derived
from the blood.
3. All diseases arise from tho impurity
in tho blood. ,
From tho blood all the solids aro derived
and nourished all the other fluids are
secreted and all the substances appropri
ated to repair the injuries done to tho
body are supplied. The rudiment of the
I'oUiro heart (and the circulating system,)
it is well known, precedes the formation of
other parts of the body and is visiblo for
some time before any trace of the brain
can be distinguished.
As tho blood is the builder up of the
body and sourc.c of general health, so it is
also of universal disease: that being fluid
while circulating in the body, it is more
uniform in lis appearance than any of the
solid parts, which accounts for thu difficul
ty of detecting any foreign or tnorbifick
matter Inch may be circulating with it
The iniaMiis of fever aro harmless to
every other part of the Evstem, and only
become mi-chievotit when they reach the
blood. If the blood become once imprcg.
nated with n peculiar tauit.it is wonderful to
remark the tenacity with which it retains
it, though often in a Mate of inactivity for
years, or even general ions. Ilenco all
heredi'ary diseases, consumptions, he.
Every germ and fibre of every other
part, being formed anil fed from tho blood
and nil communication to I he solids being
cut of, except by the circulation, where
clso can we look to, ns the seat of such
teinlsor pri dispositions for disease, or fur
the cause oj disease ilsclf?
4. Pain and disease have the same
origin and may therefore bo considered
5. Purgation by vegetables is the only
effectual mode of purilying the blood, and
It is evident that nil those medicines
which require preparation in the patient,
and give cold if taken in damp or cold
weather, such as calomel &c; do not nt
similatc to the body, and aro therefore
highly injurious to tho constitution, and
impress and stamp new qualities upon it
For the '"Vegetable Universal Medicines"
it is unnecessary to prepare. They mny
be taken with advantage in any weather,
or at any time of the year.
The simple theory simple because
true contained in these five propositions
was first promulgated by .Vr .Marisun, the
Hygiist,'m 1825; and his world-renowneu
medicines were taken with uiiparallollcd
success. Since tins lime numerous imitu
tars have arisen in America as well ns in
Europe, who stylo theuirelves Ilygeu-ts.
mid pretend to treat dNem-es on Ilygeinn
principles, and with 'Universal Vegetable
The Metlicines of tho British College
of Llealih cure all diseases which admiuil
1. They remove from the sloinach. liver
and pileslines the blood-making organs
all ob-lrociions to iho duo performance of
their healthy functions.
2. They purify ihe blond, by increasing
its various excretions; and prevent ditease
by enabling the bodysiicce?sfully to rc.-ict
the predisposing exciting enuses'of disease.
3. They increase the action of the ab
sorbents, by which all morbid growths arc
taken into the circulation and afterwards
expelled from the body.
4. They restore the regularity of those
processes upon which Iho formation and
circulation of the blood depend.
These nro the only medicines known in
which small doses have n powerful uud
hencfical efl'ect; and yet, of which, in ex
l mine cases, such very largo dos-es may be
administered learles.-ly and with greatly
increased advantage to the patient.
lDNono gcnuino unless signed by
Panououn & HniNSMAin.
HAVING tuken thu Cabinet Shop on
tho eoist side of the Court House
Square, formerly occupied by Abbott &
Wood, whore ho intends carrying on the
Cabinet waking business in all its branches,
and hopes by punctuality and strict atten
tion to his business, to merit a eharc of
N H, All kinds of fancy work, such ns
Ladies work Hexes, Portable Desks, Shaf
foniers, Music Stools, Foot Stools, &c. &c
made and repaired with neatness and on
(ITAImnst all kinds of Lumber and pro
visions taken in payment lor cabinet furni
ture Hurlingtnn, Feb. 1. 1838,
Bble. North Shoru Salmon, for sale
by FdmUtte ff JiitAuiEvs.
What tlors it iVean ?
CAN it be possible that a universal rem
edy has been found to cure tho ills and
pains of the corporeal body ! If not so, then
what docs it nil moan ? It is o strango do
lusinn, or most certainly thcro must bo an
unusual reality. Af occupying tho station
of nn agent for Duel. Hrnndrelh in the
.vending of his Vegetable Universal Pills,
anil hearing the liumirrds ol every class
and coiuliHon 'in life making remarks of
such wonderful cures and reliefs following
their use, that one could not injustice hear
the innumerable good effects told off vol
untarily in a believing manner, without nt
least doing something towards notifying
the nfllicled with disease that it is possible,
and may be even much morn than probable,
that their sickness may be allcviatad tiy the
use of tho said Rrandreth'a Pills. I was
opposed in the first place to taking the
agency, or of having anything to do with
the qunck-curc-all-doctor-stuff, ns I then
called it; but was reasoned into a belief
that at least some good might be possible
with a greut dcnl of faith, and consented to
n few dozen boxes being left, and allowed
my name to be inserted in on adverti-emnnt
as the agent. At first the calls were mod
croto, and for a long timu sold without any
porsonal recommendations'. The demand
lias now becomoastonishingly increa?ed,and
'tlio story of their cures so notonoiif ly gen
eral that I cannot any longer wilhold the
opinion, that lirnnurotli nits po-'scss a
desirable quality, and what is said nf them
by percona who hnvc attested to their good
results in tho getiernl advertisement may
be probably true and correct according to
their belief. IluconiniPiidalion seems not
to be needed much longer through the
press, for a wholo community are speaking
most favorably oftlictr use and benefit. It
is known that it may be charged that there
is a guarded and cautious manner in my
statement, but it may be none tho worse
opinion for that, as it might be saying quite
too much In sny that any medicine of itself
alone cures. Hut when afflicted, anil Jsran
dreth's Pills have been used Willi apparent
success as an assistant to nature, wc are
disposed to attribute it to such means. I5o
very cautious of a counterfeit article. Buy
of none but the regularly advertised agent
And one word to them. A pretended
travelling, insinuating Sub Pill like Goner
nl Agent, has even gone so far in his at
tempts with Ihe spurious pilN as to pretend
to establish now agencies, and newly sup
ply some old ones nt reduced prices for
cash down. Recollect no ngent buys lln
Pills, or pays till sold, and always at one
uniform price. No new agencies that I
know of, a through tho multiplicity of
such Office Holders under Docl. General
Hraudrcl It's Administration would be en
daugered the sovereign public interest, and
the const it nt ton of the people violated, pros
t rated, expunged and become extinct.
Now let u lie on our guard sell none but
the genuine Rrandrelh's Pills, and ihe Peo
pie will all get well, and their constitu'ions
be pro.-erved for the benefit of future gen.
A new supply 111st received. Apnlv at
Iho Stoic nf S. :. HOWARD.
MHSSP.S. PANGBORN & BRLNSMAID
ISII1NG to induen tho sick to miko use
t V of Morisoo's I'ilK a Mcdiciuu which I
believe to be tho bc-l ever made. 1 write you
a slilcmeiit of a cure effected upon myself
by them, and wish you to publish it lor thu
ococlit ol others. I had been g:adually
losing health and growing weaker for some
time, when in July 18351 was taken down
with a Fever, and was soon terribly bloated,
my legs became twico their usual size, my
heart palpitated so liaru, it seemed as though
it would break out; it was very difficult fin
me to brcrtth ; at times 1 had a bad C'uiigh
and raisud much, and when tho Cough subsi
ded I raised freely. I continued gradually
failing for eleven months in spite of the skill
of six eminent Physicians, my complaint com
plcluly bafilod theii efforts; I grew woise end
worse, finally I began to vomit which contin
ued for many days, they could not give mo
anything that would remain in my .Stomach
or prevent my vomiting, I was given up, my
lamiiy were told lout l cotild not live mid I
did not think that I should live many hours,
I was terribly pressed for breath, wished all
thu doois and windlnvs open, my sight began
to fail, each object appeared like three to mo,
1 had become ar low probably as I could bo
and retain life. Afler being iven up by inv
Physicians a friend heard of it and called and
urged that tho llygeau Medicine should bo
administered to me, after calling three times
and remaining till 12 o'clock at night and
urging with zeal the necessity of doing some
thing and expressing hi-) perfect confidence in
the Moiison Pills to effectually euro oven nin
r.s low as I was as ho knew it had done so in
many other case- as bad. I consenled to lake
2 of the .Vo. 2 Pills and ihey did (as he told
mo Ihey would) settle down my Stomach
immediately, slopped my vomiting, operated
pleasantly, and before I had taken 100 of tho
Pills I was alilu to walk from my House to
tho Lake, or the distance of a Mile. I took
tho Pills every night and never look over i
at a time and. usually but 2. In (he language
of Mr. Morison tho Mygeist I say I believe
'tlieso aro Iho only Medicines known, in
which small doses havo such a powerful and
beneficial cfi'vet." 1 mu now enjoying bettor
health I think than I oyer did bufore, and I
wish every person who needs mcdicinu to
lake this, it will euro ir any thing can. I
give it to my children for all the diseases inci.
dent to them and for all sickness which occurs
in my family, audit does not disappoint the
confidence I placoin it; I havo also seen its
very groat and good ellccl in other familio.
My ease is well known to many citizous of
Iturliugtnn and the adjacent towns and I wish
thorn all to know that MOHISON'K PILLS
mado by "MORISON TIIK IIYGr.IST," at
the BRITISH COLLEGE OP HEALTH
IN LONDON CURED ME.
VAN RENSSELAER COON.
The public will obsorvu that, unless Iho
Packets sold in this slato aro signed by us,
they arc not genuine.
PaNOBOUN & BtllNSMAIU.
Jewellors Burlfngton Vt., agents for the stalo
of Yorinonl, appointed by
Rl Chamber st.. Now York, solo ugent for
Iho United States, sent out by iho" British
C'ollcgoof Health, in placo of II, Shcphcard
Nova Scotia and Western
4 Arv tons ground Nova Scotia in bulk
U-' and in barrels,
100 tons Nova Scotia, in tho Stono,
75 tons ground Western, in barrels.
for salo by Follutt Si Baauleyc
Valuable Real Estate.
iXtl rllllL Hiilwrilbrr wrjhea to
V!'. I ...ii ..ii i.!.. i
on Cliuirh slicct in Hurling-
tffjvj .n y inn, cotHuiins oi iwo nui
to,li'jJi.!fi ' Tip;, Hun houses I out buildings,
?;tSiJ!i?',f onebcinj a Hi irk IiuiimssIiu.
-iafcvoii-- ne() )C ir ,0 ,(nk ()f
lingtnn, and I lie ollict n Womlnn Imii.-c shunted
neatly opposite John N. Pomcioy's divcllin;; lionso,
on (3liiii rli nlrcet. lie al'o vvls-hes to cell lii Inter
et In ii iiKiilj.ise, nn the Hi irk Slmc adjoining the
store ou nod bv Duel. John Perk, nn I lie nmlh side
ol llie Court llnn-c iiqnaic nlo a puntll bnildii
lot shunted ninlie smiiliuest rnrner of Cherry mid
U'nter t'lrcrts, adjoining Air Ileal 1 9. Tlicicum
will I p iniiilo (ny, one fouilh pan of I lie puirlia-e
money lo be paid in li.ind, nnil I lift remainder on n
liberal nrdil, with tiipioed feeio iij I'ofe.fion
will be given on the (iisl d.iy ol Alnv' next, cxrepl
llio Biiik lmne hieli U le.ifed nnil under lent for
unc je.ir from llio lSili d.iy of Atiuust htxt,
Wm. A. GHISWOLD.
Burlington, Mmch 21 1S.3S.
Boxes dhamplain and Peru
200 do Bedford Crown Glass,
bv J. & 3. II. Peck & Go. Agents,
nnllE Mib.-oriberH are now receiving
JL new supply of Drugs & Medicines
which they ofi'er on 'hvornble term-.
J. &. J. II. Peck &. Co.
10,000 T3ushels Solar evapora
2 000 " Conr-n Rienni dn.
1500 " Cnmpnnchv and St. Ul "'(
200 Sack- Liverpool ground. Daily do
COO llbls fine Western do.
10 do do do Dairy do.
(or sale by Follett & BitADr.EVs.
Dec. 20. U',37.
Standing Press do
Maiiufacinred by E. & T. Fairbanks Sc Co.
For salo by
J. k. 3. II. PECK & Co. Agents.
' Paints, Oils and Dye StuHs.
lbs While Lend
bbls Venetian Red '
do French Yellow
do American do
do Sots. Turpentine
Of, tin I.meervl Oil
2,000 gnls. pure winter nnd fall
150 bbls ground Logwood. St.
do do Campcachy
do Cam Wuod
do Bar do
o Peach do
do Quercitron Bark
30 do Madder
25 Deniijoiw Oil Vitriol
10 bbls Alliini
5 do Blue Vitriol
2 Ceriums Flotnnt Indigo
1 Case Bengal do by
.1. & .1. II. Pi:ck & Co
Barrels'Sup. Fine by
J. &. J.'H. Pi:ck & Co.
8 Tons assorted English lion,
G do Swedes do
5 do Russia do
5 do Peru do
4 do Russia Nail Rods
200 Pairs Sleigh ahd Cutter Shoes
20 'Pons Assorted Round Iron
!! do do .Square do
4 do do Pom do
5 do Horse Shoo do
5 do Ilame and Scroll do
2000 lbs assorted Cast Steel
H000 do Swi des do
1000 do Gorman do
1000 do Braziers Rods
1000 Kegs Nails from 3a to GOa
200 do Brads
bv J. & .T H. Pkck & Co.
rip HE Burlington Mtl Co n e prepared
IL to execute orders for ' Cast nigs of ev
ery description, nt short notice, ihey nro
eonsiantly provided with Iho bet Scotch
Pig Iron, for mnking castings which are
required lo be soft for finishing ; mid ulsn
Iron most suitable lor shads, geers, and
ami ol her castings, where grent strength
nnd durability are required. They have
on hand a good assortment of patterns ;
patterns made to order at short nottco, by
Potash kettles made if ordered, Caldron
do. generally kepi on hand, several sizes of
box and Inucy siovcs. al.-o Ploughs a first
rale tiedcl. with or without woods.
Castings which arc required to bo turned
r bored, can be done in Iho best manner.
All orders directed to the above concern
will receive prompt nllcnlinn.
Winooski Cilv, Dee. 25, 1037.
5, Kegs Powder manufac
tured at the Fairlawn Mills. A superior
article and recommended fur po-se-sing
Ireiiglh equal lo the Grange nnd Do P n
Powder, For sale on consignment In
Feb. 22. J vt .1. II. Peck- &
Best business stand in Town
HE subscriber oilers lor sale the Store
oiise in Church st., recently occn-
pied by D. W. Ingcrsoll iv. Co and ut
present in the occupancy nf Lively & Ab
bolt. Possession given 1st August next
terms of payment to sun Ihe purchaser.
.1. B. POTWIN.
R't?g'nS Oakum, Tar, Pitch.
100 t-"11 ' (arrctl rigginp;, W.hite nud
JLJV Muntiilla ropes, of various sizes.
up to 7 inch,
Spun yarn, haiubcrline, house line, mar
line and deep-sea line,
2000 lbs. Oakum,
24 bbls, North Carolina tar,
15 " pitch,
for ealc by Follett & Uhaulevs.
Uoz on consignment, for
sale by Fom.ett & Biiaih.evh.
fftrfJVffiV Chests Old Hyson, young Hy
sun, Hyson Skin Souchong, and
00 Caddies very superior Y. Hyson do
15 Hhds. Molasses.
10 Hhds. Now Orleans and Porto
20 Bis. bof Loaf Sugars.
20 Bags Codec.
20 Bags penper and spices.
10 Kegs pure Ginger.
100 Boxes Muscatel and Bloom Raisins
50 Boxes Bar Soap.
25 Boxes Pipes.
100 Matts Cassia.
5 Tierces Saleratus.
45 Bis. Am. Brandy.
10 Pipes Ball. Gin.
4 do Holland dn.
4 do best signctto Brandy,
fl lids. Winter Strained Oil.
10 Bis. do do do.
For.r.F.TT & BnAnt.F.Ys.
u Pipes American Gin
8 do do Brandy
French Brnndy. Ilollnud Gin, St. Croix
Ruin. Madeira, Sherry. Port, French
Madeira, Mnlngn and Champaign Wines,
20 lilids M -lii-os,
30 Bag- Coilec,
10 do Pimento,
10 do Pepper,
2 bbls Cloves,
300 lbs Cassia,
15 Keg.- Pure Ginger
10 'Pierces Saleraius,
G5 Chests Hyson Skin Teas,
GO do Young Hyson do.
50 Quintals Codfish,
25 Boxes Pipes,
30 do Hard Soap,
,35 bbls St. Croix & Port Rico Sugars
J. & J. II. Peck & Co
Diseases of the Lungs.
ncscnvEni.Y the most popular ncaicuv
EVER USED IN AMERICA,
EGETABLE PULMONARY BAL-
V SAM, is thu most valuable lemsdy now
in use for Coughs, Colds. Asthma or Phthisic,
Whooping Cough, and Pulmonary affections
of every kind. Its sale is steadily increasing
and the proprietors are constantly receiving
the most favorable accounts of its effects.
The following new certificates aro offered for
"Mitflinton, Juniata co, Pcnn. May 3
1037. The Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam has
been sold in the country lor two years, and
Iho medicine has gained an uncommon celeb
rily, for it scarcely in one inslanco failed of
having the desired cltect. I am by no means
in favor of the many nostrums, most of which
arc impositions upon a credulous public, but
what I know by experience to bo effectual,
I cannot help but give my approbation there
to. A counterfoil preparation has been offer
ed hero by a travelling ajent of Coms'.oek
N Y., and there is also another article vended
here lhat is blrongly suspected to bo spurious.
JACOB MYERS. M.l).
LtlMPSTER, N. Fl. Due. 3, l!!37. For the
last five years oriny practice, I have had the
satlslacliun to witness tho bi ueheial cllccls ol
the Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam in many
cases of ob-tinalo cough, and other allectiotis
of (ho lungs. I i ould therefore confidently
recommend its use in all complaints of Ihe
chest as being equal if not superior, to any
oilier medicine within my knowledge
TRUMAN A HELL, M. D.
Concord N. II, Jan. 30, 1037. 1 am satis
fied that Iho Vcgctiblc Pulmonary Balsam is
a valuable medicine. It has been used in
this placo with complete success in an ob
stinate complaint ol'thc lungs, attended with
a sovero cough, loss of voice, and tlio raising
of much blood, which had previously resi-led
many appioved prescriptions. After using
tho Balsam one week, the patient's voice re
turned and ho was ablo to speak audibly.
This case occurred some time since, and tho
man is now engaged not only in active, but in
laborious business. ef peel folly yours, ,fcc.
Boston, Feb. 21. 1U31. To the Public.
I, Daniel T. Hrayuian of Itichinondlown. R.
I., feel it a duly to acquaint the public, that I
have received the most unexpected relief in a
severe complaint of the lungs, from the use
of tho Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, For
three years previous to my trial of tho Bal
sam, 1 had a severe pain in my bieast, violent
cough, frequent raising of blood, attended
with gicat prostration of sticnglh. For a
principal part of the above lime, I was under
the care of a skilful physician in Boston, who
employed, besides many internal medicines,
blistering, seatons Sec. without any improve
ment in my caso. Two months since 1 com
menced Willi the Ualsaui, and have now taken
two bottles. I am now ablu lo labor mo'l
of llio lime, have ceased lo raise blood, and
am almost enliruly relieved ol'mv cough.
DANIEL T. BRAYMAN,
Boston, March 2, 1l'37. It is now moro
than six vcars since I was In ought very low
bv an affection of the lungs, and inv com.
piaiul whs declared incurable by a council ofi elation of my pills, and save llio public from
llueo physicians. I was thou restored to as j imposition, to furnish every agent with a cor
good health as I had enjoyed for many yuara, lificalo. winch is as follows;
by using the Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam
lu a great many eases of lung complaints, and
so fir as I can learn, its use has invariably
been followed by much benefit, and in many
instances it has affected cures which were
COUNTERl'EITSI! IIeware ov I.mpo-
htion Each genuine lnntlo is enclosed in a
blue wrapper nn which is n yellow tablet.
signed hAiMl'Stl.N It EEL). KNono others
villi be genuine. Thegical celebrity of tho
(iciiuiiiu egiitable Pulmonary Balsam has
been the eaiibu nf aiteinpis to introduce spu
rious articles, which by partially assuming
inn name ol iho genuine, aro calculated to
mislead and deceive the public. Among theso
mixtures aro tho "American Pulmonary Bnl
sain," ''Vogclablo Pulmonary Balsamic Sy
rup," "Pulmoniry Balsam," and others.
Purchasers should inquire for I'm Iruo arliclo
by its whole name, THE VEGETABLE
PULMONARY BALSAM, and see that it has
tho marks and signaturo of gonuino. Each
bottle and seal is stamped Vegetable Pulmo
J.Bowaro of a spurious imitation called
Compound Pulmonary Balsam, which tho
ngenlH say is oono up in good stylo ITJSiiui
ar to Sampsons V,P, lialiam again wo say
Bewaro of counterfoils.
Price 50 cents. For sale wholesalo and re
tail by J, Si J,H. PECK & Co. .
DR. B It AN D RET fl
Wants no college.no institution, no monopoly,
no charter, he being quite sntiifud to
rest on ihe-pntrunnge of the public
for Ihe succens of his grand,
VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS
Established in England, 1751.
"S'cior.co should conlilbuto to tho comfort
health, and happiness of mankind."'
THESE cclrhralcd vegetable Pills ofwhicli
EIGHTY THOUSUN BOXES havo
been sold in N. York since July, 1B35, aro now
recommended by 'thousands of persons whom
they havo cure'd of Consumption, Influenza
Dyspepsia, Hcadaclio, Pains unci Nascnsc,
fullness in the back part of tho tajd, usually
llio symptoms oT Apoplexy, Jaundice, Fever
and Ague, Bilhous. Scarlet, Typhus, Yellow,
and common Fevers of all kinds, Asthma,
Gout, Rheumatism, Nervous disoascs, Liver
complaint, Pleurisy, Inward Weakness, De
pression of the Spirits, ltuptutcs, lnfiamalion,
Sore Eyes. Fits, Palsy, Dropsy, Small Pox,
Measles, Croup, Coughs, Whooping Cough,
Quirizy, Cho'ic, Cholcramorbiis, Gravel,
Worms, Dysentary. Deafness, Ringing Noises
in tho Head, Kings Evil. Scrofula, Erysipelas
or St. Anolhy's' Fire. Salt Rheum, Whito
Swellings, Ulcers, sotno of 30 years standing
Cancers, Tumors, Swelled Feet and Legg
Piles Costivcness, all eruptions of tho skin
Frightful Dreams, Female complaints of every
kind, especially obstructions, relaxations, &-c r
7500 testimonials have been received from
individuals of tho highest respectability.
They in fact prove, by llio cures they make,
that there is no necessity for any other medi
cine. Although Dr. B. has enumerated by name
the above diseases, he is nevertheless ofopin.
inn with his grandfather, tho late celebrated
Dr Win Brandrelh, that thcro is only one dis
ease, an impurity of the blood, which by im
peding ihe circulation, brings on inflainalion
and consequent derangement n tho organ or
part where such impurity of the blood settles ;
and that it is the different appearances which
this inflainalion or derangement put on, that
have caused medical men to designate such
appearances by various names, but which aro
in fuel, only the tamo disease, with more or
less virulence Dr. Win. Braudrcthwas so
fully convinced of tho truth of tho above sitn.
pie theory, that ho spent 30 years in experi
ment and laborious research into the medicinal
properties of the numerous plants composing
the Vegetable Kingdom ; his object being lo
composo a mcdicino which should at once pu
rify, and produco by specific action, a removal
of all bad humors from tho blood by the stom
ach and bowels, as by the continuation of iho
oso of such a medicine, such humors aro suro
to bo cariicd off, and the blood assume a stalo
of ptnily: and whoever lakes ihcso 'ills, and
perseveres with lhcm,will be satisfied that Dr
Wm Braridreth fully attained his philanthrop
ic object. Il is now an absolute and known
fact, that every disease, whether it be in tho
head or feet, in the brain or meanest member;
whether it bo an outward ulcer, or an inward
abscess, arc all, though arising from many
causes, reducible lo this ono grand effect,
namely, impurity of blood.
In all cases they will be found a safo and
simple remedy, yet all powerful for tho remo
val of disease, whether chronic or recent, in
lections or otherwise ; and what makes lliem
particularly adapted to this country, is that
llerc is not llio slightest liability to cold when
taking them, indeed the system is absolutely
less susceptible of cold when undo! their influ.
ence, than at any cither lime Ihcrefoie in this
climato they are invaluable. Neither do they
require change ofdielor care of nny kind.
re England these Pills havo been the only
liiedicmc uf many families for periods varying
mom forty lo sixty years and have always
proved effect oul ii: restcring health whenever
an alienation (iom il has occurred.
In many cases where tho dreadful ravages
of ulceration had laid baro ligament and bone'
and where to all appearance no human means
could savo life, havo patients by the use of
those pills been restored to good health, tho
devouring disease having been perfectly erad
icated. In consequence of the pleasantness of their
operation, and llio doso not generally being
required to be more than four or five pills
(merely keeping in view the drain upon the
humors,) they aro fast superseding every olhej
preparation of professed similar import. Cases
may occur whero it will be, proper to tako
twenty or even thirty or moic pills ; this must
bo considered with reference to highly inflam.
inatory disease, or when great pain i experi
As Brandreth's Pills prevent Scurvy, Cos.
liveliest and its consequences, seafaring man,
and all travellers lo foreian regions. should not
bo without them, in order to resort to on every
occasion of illness.
N. B. Time or climato affects them not.
Southern Genllcmcii will find this mcdicino
ono which will ensuio health to tho people on
CANCERS. Several cases of euro can bo
referred to, tho euro is suro if porscveranco is
CONSUMPTION. Rcfercnco can bo mado
lo numbers who have been cured in Ncw.York
and Brooklyn, of this disease.
Such is the reputation, and so great the dc-.
maud fur llio Genuine 'Bradrcth's Vcgetablo
Universal Pills,' that a counterfeit arliclo is
mado, adveiliscd and sold as genuine and
some individuals who sell liiu counterfeit pills,
have advertised themselves as my agents lhat
I havo found it necessary, to presuivo tho rep.
urunurcins rtgciauic universal ruts.,
SeCUIMTV A(SA(.VST Couteiueits.
The within named, Farrc& Parmelco of
Middletown, Conn, are my appointed tic-n
oral Agents for the State of Vermont, Con.
neclictit (except Fairfield Co.,) Hampden,
Hampshire & Franklin Counties, Mass.
Cheshire Si Sullivan Counties, N. IL
In the United States of America.
And tin-, letter, which is signed by me, B.
Buamiuetii, in my own hand writing,
must also be signed by t tie withtn named
General Agent, whose name will also ap-
Forsnlo by S. F.. HOWARD. Hurling,
tnu Fuller & Huntington, Richmond
Fletcher it Woodman. Wilhston J, T.
Ainswurth, AI ill on - Poller. Cull, Si Co.,
Fatrfax-L. Tyler, Essex L. Janes, Gcnr.
gia James Russell, St. Albans p. V,
Goodrich, SwantnnS. K. Piatt, Highgato
Win Green & Co.. Sheldon Charter &
Lewis Borkshire, Thomas Fuller Si Son,
Enusburgh Armington Si Deon, Bakers
field Tower & Oakes, Underbill G. B.
To Wood Choppers.
G RISE IK'S AXES,
ASUPPLV of thu ubovo celebrated
Axes, just received, and for sale by
tlio dozen or single, by the subscriber.