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THE MIDDLEBURY PEGPLE'S PRE S S .
HAKTjPORD . , riUlE subscriber has bcen appointcd 1 Agent Tor the HARTFORD FIIIE NSHJlANCE COMPANJT, for Middle bury and vicinity, and will receive propo :ils for insuring propcrty against loss or lamage by Fire. The long established reputation of this company, nwl the promptness with which all their transac lions have been characlerised render it unnecessary lo say anything in its favor. All business connectcd with the office in trusted to him will bc failhfully and punc tually transacted. JOXATHAN IIAGAR, Asent. Middlebury, Feb. 28, 1S4I. 42;Iy MANUFACTUMNG, CLOTHDRES SING AND WOOL CARDIMQ. THE subscriber will continue to carry on the above business at the old stand of O Jewett Esq. where he will be happy to serve his oldpatrons and tho public gcnerally. Having fittcdtup hisdnachinery in the besl possible manner, he feels safe in assuring thein ihat their work will bedone in the best manner, and on the most reasonable terms. EDVVAttD JEWETT. New Havt-n, East Mills, June, 1840.5. J1R. A. SUERMAN'S MEDICATED LOZSNGES. C3 Children oi adults cau tuke medicine in this form without difficulty. h is the only vtny to make it pleasant jet discovered. 03" Purchasers will please observe that the name "A. Sherman, M. D." is on each hox. SUERMAN'S COUGH LOZEN'GES. M1S Lozengcs are sealed, and havu "A S h e r m a n, M. D." on the side ol the box- They are tho safest, most eure and eifectual remedy for coughs, colds, cousump lians whoopingcough, Asthma. tightness of the Lungs or cbest, &c. $-c. The proprie'.or has never knoun an ins'ance wliere they did not give perfcct satisfaction. Several tliou snnd boxes have been sn!d withiti the Iast three rcomhs restoring to liealth, persons in almos' rvery stage of consumption, and those labor ing under ihe n;o. t distressing cold and coughs. They do r.ot check and dry up the cou;li, but rcnder it easy, -ronote expcctoration, allay the tickling.or initat.on, and rcmovelhe pro.x itnate or exciting cau;e. They are made from acombination ofthe most vrluabie e.pec:oranl for cough medicines, and are undoubtedly su perior lo every tbing in use for those com plaints. Hundrcds of certificates have been offered of their wondcrful virtues, from those who have bcen saved from an untimely grave, mid restoreJ to perfect health by using them. Dose. One lozonge is a dose for an aduh, and may be repcaled from three to six timrs a clay. us required. Children, eight years old, half of one: four years, a quarler, and so in proportion Very small children or infants will take them best dissolved in a little water. Should the act as an emctic, or produce nausea, tho dose must be lessened to wha! tbesiomach will bcar. Half of one will gcnerally be sufficient to take before breakfast, as thes;omach is more easiK sickened. No 1 11 effects can nrise from an over dose, as it will cause the slomach to re jcct it; and although not a pleasant sensalion. will T o found to give relief. Wliere therc i much pain in tlie breast or side one of ShcrmanV I'oor iMain'5 I'las'ers should bo applied ovci tho part, and worn till relieved. If attendcd with costiveness, a few cathartic or laxative Lozengcs, or uny mild cathartic me.liciin should be ined as occasion reqnires. So!d at the Variety Store, by PANG30RN & Lri.ns aid, Jewellers, Burligton, Vt. wholesale n i."-"nts. A hbcral discount to merchants wlio luv to sell again. Forsale by J. DrAK. snnrcHAN a POOR MAN'S PLASTER. jTfe.NLY l'Jj cents each. Fach plastcr Ins prinied on the back ol it, "Sherman's Poor man's plasier." It is tbe dest stregthen ing plastcr in the world, and a sovereign rem edy far pain or woakness in tbe back. loins si Ip, breast, ncck, limbs, jomts, rheumatism, lumbago. &c. &c. One million a year will jio' supply the demtnd. They will require a little wnrming bcfore application. Wananted superior to all others, and for one quarter the usual price, making not only the besl, but thc rheapest plastcr i l the world. It nff rds relief in a few hours, and makes aslonisbing cures. In liver complaint and dyspepsia, "it should be nnd it will afford great and nslonishin.' relief t i u u., A:r,:..)t ,n u In coughs, cold Mthmas. d.fucully of hrcath- ing, oppresston of tne cnest or stomach, they will immediately soothe, and greatly bonefit the patient. Persons of scdentary habits, or ihose obliged to stand much, will receive deci- . , . c.i I i . ded support from or.e ofthe truly.strengthntng, plasters. Physicians gcnerally recomniend. them, in preference to all others, becanso they st.ck or adhere better and afford greater relief. In their operation they are stimuknt, tonic,and nnodyno. They are composcd ol enttrcly dif. erenl innrcuients Irom any otner; anu icnown . from the expcrience of milhons, who have us: i:d them, as well as the united testimony.of all j the celebrated and distttigutshed clergy and . physicians, to bc thc most useful and highly medicnted pbster, ever.invented or oflered to , the pnbhc. Several persons have caked at the , waro bouseto espress their surprise and thnnks , at the'almost miraculous cnres thesr plasters hnvo fifTpctpH. (ine man who hari bpen n rt i ... . ,. ... , v , i , , ep with rheumatisuz, as to be unable to dress bimself without nssistance, was enablcd altcr wparinir one. onlv one-niffht to "ei Un nlonp in Clie morninir. uut on his clothes and call atour ' officewith eyes beaming with joyand his j tonguo pounng fonh tne glatlness ol his heart, ' nt the suddcn and signal relief he had received from this best of all remedies. Ask for Dr. Sherman's Poor Slan's Plastcr. It is so call. ed, because lhe price places it in the po'wer of all to purchase, being only 12J ets. Sold at ho vnriery s'ore by Pangbors cy Bbinsmaid, Jewellers. Burli' t?tcn, Vt. wholesalc agcnts. A lil.ral i'scotxitt! merchants who buy to sell dgain. Ftn i i by J. Dvab. 35;ly XJ -i T,lc,f.oa ,1c I Jf rSnCD X5CCiSiea.(JS. . French Bedstesds, with and with out screws, aslts low by, J.in 11. 1S41. COUGHS And all Diseases ofthe LnnKs. THE VEGETABLE PULMONARY BAI.SAM is ne'ieveU lo hedeservedly Ihe most popuiar Med cine ever known in Amenca, foi coughs, coldi, a;thm or phthisic, consumption, whooping cough, and l'ul- monary allectmns et cvrry mnu. The'Vecetable "ulmonary Balsam has bcen very extensively used for about twelve years , and ils -i reputaticn has neen consiamiy increasing. bo univer sally popular has this article became that it may nmv be con'idered as astindard article in a larce part ot the United States and Britih Provinces. Many fami lies keep it constantly by tkem, considering it llie most safe as well as certain. Tbe proprietors have rectived.and are receiving numerous lecommenda tions fiom many of onr bcst .Physicians, rho mate use cfit in their practicc. The names of a few i&di viduals whohave given their teatimony in favor of Ihis article are hcre subjained, and for a more full ac ceunt see lhe envelope lo the boltle. Doct. Auiory Hunting, ' Truman Abell, ' Thomas Bronn, " Wilhara Pcrr'. Extracl of a letter from Mr. Doct. Samuel Morrill, Timothy Bavlies, " Jfie. Ellsivorth, APiert Guild. C. S. Clay, Kinrston. Ulstercouaty N. Y., to the proprietors Yours oflha 9th inst. was duly rereived. A re markable cure was eflecled by Ihe Vegetahle Pulmo nary Balsam, in the Winter a'ni Spiing of 1833. The persoti, Jlr. Moody, had been sicU a long time wilh Ibe consumption. He was rcducrd so low as to be unable to help himsclf, and was raising a large quan lity of blood, when he comtuenced using the Balsam, which effected a coiuplete curc. and he is now as hale and hearty as ever he was. JVIr Moody has removed from fhis town, but he has promised me a more de tailed accuuutof his case, uhichlwill forward vou. C. S. CLA'Y. Kingston, N. Y. June 25, JS38. Argjle, Nova Scolia. In the winter of 1837 and 183S, was seized with a violent cough, which conlinued two or three months My cough was so severe Ihat I was oaliged to sit up in hee two or three bours during Ihe night, and I was aiuch reduced in flesh and strenth, and my appetile oiie. One of my neighbors had a hottle of the Vege table Pulmonary Balsam, which he would not sell. He however loaned it lo rne lill I could procure him nnother. I experienccd immediate lelief from it. The firstopporlunity I had I procured more of it, and to the use ofit I ascribe the preservation fmy life. JAMES V. LENOX. Dec. 17, 1838. COUNTERFEITS. BEWARE OF I.MPOSI TION ! Each gcnuine boltle is enclosed in a blue wrapper. on which is a label, signed bj SiJirso.v IIled NONE OVHER CAN BE GENU1NE. 03-The outside Yellow Label uill have, on and aflcr December 1S39, in addition lo that ol Sampson Recd, the signature of W.ii. Jonji CoTLEi,one ol his paitners. The Rrcat celebrity of the Vegelable Pulmonary Balsam has been the cause of attempts to introduce ipunous zrliclcs uhich patlially asuming the narr.e of Ihe genuine, are calculated comislead and deceive lhepublic Amcng these misluresare the'American I'ulmor.ary llalsam, "Vegetable i'almonary iJalsamic Syrup," "Ptilmonary Balsam," "Carlcr's Compound Pulmonary Balsam," and others. Purchasers should "nquire for the true article by its whole namr T1IE VEGETABLE PULMONAfiY BALSAM, and see 'hat it has the marks and signatures of the genuine. Each boltle and seal lsstamped " vegftable fulmo nary Balsam.' 3-Onc jiork - Cocnterfeit, bcsides the 'American Pulmonary Balsam," and others above aluded to ! An atteinpt has been ir.ade lodccpivc the public ty a spurious mixture caiieu vegeiatiie fm monary Balsam," sometimcs signed Samuel Lee and .oroelimes Satnpson Leesaid o be prepared by an unprincipled man in Bangor Me, Thc name is tvritten in a way to resmible the genuine signalare and isa basealtempt to deceiye the public and ayoid the punishment that awaits actual forgery. For sale by REED, WING & CUTLER, (late Lowe and Uecd) ivholesale dealers in Dmgs, Medi cines, Paints an I JJye Slulls, Jo. 51 Chatham St. lioslon. and by Dru?gits and country mercbanls enerally in New England, anl intheptincipalplaces tfiroughout the United States and British Piovinccs. Price 50 cents. Sold by S. JIO ODY. Middlebury Vermont. 15:1 y Died . Vtf R JAMES MORISON, the HYGEIST, died wJL at an advanced age, thc lUlh of May Iast at Paris. uherehe had resided for soine time superir teiming a branch of the British College of Health, London. The College at London has been for some time un der Ihe supervisiun of JOAV& ALEXJtXDER MORISOJV, 50ns of Ihe relebra'cd Ilygcift and Ifce l.usiness has axperier.ee no interruptinn, as hey are notw the only persons living who posess Ihe knouledgp of all Ihe mateiials and tlu-irTiroporionj. used in making the , world renowned" vegelable Medicine callid luonson's Jl ills. Every Packet sold in Vermont and in the tnwns hor- dering on Lake Champlain in the State of New York will be si ned with I'en and Ink, by Mehsrs. Pani; bTii & Brinsroaid, Jewellers.of the Variety Store, Bur'ington Vt. uhoare State Agents. and signed also ' jou wish to get the genuine artic'e. UEU. TAYLOK, Hygeist,64 Broadway, N. Y. 'THE HYGEIST." a newspapcr forgraluilous circulalion, ij lo be issued from the General Depot for the United States, for the Medicine and publications ofthe British College of Health, London at 94 Broadway, New York, I where a'.l orders.and communications rehtive to the usiness nmUte,Mnuei, Thirly lhoI1MnJ of each bumbcr will be distribuled through the United Sta'es. i Its chief object will be to disseminate the opinions j ahd circulate the theory of the late James Mori- ISn,h?,:i ,(thfe nBfer of, lh! B,-Ui3h CMel ot i Health) and ot otherlearned and emment supporterf . of thenoiv universallv approved Hygean doclrine and ' pra;lice. 1)R. GEO. TAYLOR, Hygeist. I 94 Broadway, New York. rANGBORN & BIMNSMAId" AgeD'' or the Varicty Ston.'ouriincion, Vt..State Agent. i Sold by J. Hagar, and E. Maxham, Middlebury, kermoni. iu iy WHO VVAMTS BETTER EVIDEMCE. untary letters published recentlyin this paper and in the Good Samanlan relative to the happy aud bene- FAT.VLIfVpST'phe'neX BITTERS. .Those who have peruscd lhe letters above referred to will observe that in almost every case theyattesl the fact, that no inconyenience of any sort attcnds the n5 ' "'se ""'-':'. " """"j -". .,ui mai the patient, without feeling their operation, is univer 1 ,ef in bettec state 0f heallh tban was experien rej previous to being afllicted with disease ; and in all 'ceses nf ar.ute sufil-linir. great, relief is obtainid in n few hour3 and a cure is generally effected in two or f FEVERof every description, and allbil- i;ous aflections, it is unnecessary for me to scy aught, aslbeieve the LIFE MEDICINES are now univer sally admitted to be the most speed) and effectual cure cxlant in all diseases of Ihat class. The life Medicines are alsn a most excellent relief in affeclions nf the Liver and Buwels, as has been proved in hundreds of cases. where patients have come for ward and requested that their expcrience in taking them might be published for the benefit of others. I their operation in such cases, theyrestore the tone of the lomich, strengthen the digestive organs, and in figoiale the eneial lunctions of the whole bodv and I : . : i j r- i CO LDS Life Medicines will bcfound to posseja the mostsalu- CU5CUS '"u um" "uc r"i1'i , , juuj, v.v i 1803. at South Iteatlma. C.iuntv of Middlesex. thnsbecome to both sexes (for theyare petfectly adap- tion, I have been at gieat cxpense in having ne tedtr. each) aninvaluab:emen3ofprcventingdisease'difecion3 and wrappers, and in fulure the Bi eil restorini: bealth In afieclioiisofthe head, whctheraccompar.ied with tarv ethcacv. Loustllulinns rclaxeu, weau, or uecayeu, in men or women, are under Ihe iuimediaie inlluencc ofthe Life Medicines. Old coughs, asthmas, and consumptive habits. are soon idieved and speediiy cured." Poverty ol" blood, and emaciated limbs will ere long mect tbe happiest change ; the chill watery fluid will become nch and balsamic, and tbelimbs be covercd with llesh firm and heallhy. Nerousdisordersof every kind, and from whatever oauseansing, fly before the eff'nctsof Ihe Life Medi cines, and all the train of sinkings, anxieties. and tre nors which so dreadfully affect Ihe weak, the seden tary, and the delicate, will in a short timebe succced d ty cheerfulness, and every presage of health. For weakness, deficiency of natural s!tenglh. and relaxation ofthe vessels, by too frequent indulgence of Ihe passions, this medicine is a sate, certaln and in valuable remedy. Those whohave long resided in hot climates, and -ire languid and rclaxcd in their whole sjslem, may lake the Life Medicines with the happiest eiracts; and pesons removing lo the Soulliein States or West In dics canuot store a more jmpottant article of health audlifc. The following cases areamong tbe most rccent cure eflecled and gratefully acknouelged by the persons benefilled : Case of Jacob C. Hunt, New Windsor N. Y. .? dreadful tumor deslroytd nearlythe vholeof the face noje and jaw. Experienred (juick relief from the use of ths Life Medicines, and in less thau three months was entirely cured. Case reported with a wood en graving in a new pamphlet now in press. Case of Thos. Puicell, Sen'r 84 yeais of age was afllicted 18 yeats wilh swellinzs in his legs was en tirely cured by taking 42 pills in 3 weeks. Case of JoanDaulion, Aberdeen Ohio rheumatism five years is enlireiy cured has used the Life Medi cines for worms in children and found them a sover eign remedy. Case of Adah Adams, Windsor, Oh:o; rhenmatism gravel, liver affeclions, general ncrvous debility, had been confinrd seven years was raised frcm her bed by taking a box of pills and a bntile of bitters, a mos' extraordinary cure she is now a very healthy an' robust woman attested by her husband Shubil d arr.s. Case ofSusac Goodarant, a young unmarries wo man suhject lo ill-heallh several years; a small course ofthe Life Medicines enlireiy itstorcd her is now hale and heallhy. CaseofMiss Thomas, datighter ofEli Thomas cough and syrnploms of consumpt.'on cured in four weeks. Her sistercured of asevere allackof inflam matory rheumatism in one week! Case of S. Calvin; cured ofa severe atlack of scar let fever in a feivdays by the Life Medicines. Case of Harriet Twogood, Salina N. Y was in a very low statt of health a year and a half did not ex pect to recover. Mhs T. is now able to nalk about and is fast recovering health and strcnglh, Case of Benjamin J. Tucker severe case of fever and aguc cured in a very short space of time. Di rections folloived striclly. Exlraordinary case of Lyman Pratt. whowas af flicted with phtliisic 20 years eflecled a perfect cure in 24 bours by the use of tbe Life Medicines. Thousands of persons afSictcd in like manner have by a judicious use of Moflat's Life Pills and Phenix Bitleis, been rcstored to the enjoyment of all the com forts of life. The biiteisare pleasant to the taste and smell, gently astiinge the tibres of Ihe stomach, and give that propcr lensily which a good digestiun rc quires. as nothu.gcan be better adapted to help and nourish the constitution, so there is nothing kinore gt-nerally acknowlcdsed to be peculiarly eflicacious in all inward waMings, Ios3 of appetile, indigestion, depression of spiiits. trembling or sha!.iiig cf liic hauds and limbs, obstinate cough, shorlncss of Ihebreath, ui consumptive ha'iits. The Life Medicincs posscss wonderful efljcacy in "ll nervous disurder.9, fits, hcadachcs, weaknessr heaviness and luwnessof spirits, dimness of sight, confused thoughis, wandering of Ihe mind, vapours and melancholy, and all kindsof hysteric complain's aregradually removed by their use. Is sickness of thc stomach, flatulenciesorobslruction', they are safe and powcrlul,and as apurifyer ofthe blood they have nut their equal in the world! For additional particulars of Ihe above, see jMbfTat's Good Samaritan,' a copy of which accompanies the medicine; a copy can ulways be ohtained of the dif ferent Ager.ts who have ihe medicine for sale. Prepaicdand sold by W1LLIAM B. MOFFAT, 375 Broadway, New York. A liberaldeduction made to Ihose who purchase to sell again. ofAGENTS The iife Medicines may also be had any oftheprincipaldrurgisls m every town thro out the Un-ted States. and the Canadas. AskforMof fat's Life Pills and Phenix Bitters; and be ure thit a fac similic of John Moflat's signature isupon the lr.be oneach boltle of Bitlers or box of Pills. These valuable medicines ate for sale by SIDNEY MOODY, Agenu, Middlebury, Vt., and by ROBERT MOODY, General Agent.Burling'ton. Vl. 03-To whnm all ordcrs must be directed poitpaid 13 ly ' . -i . i Health and Strength ! DR. S. O. RICHARDSOiVSSHEJtRY WINE BITTERS, RE the only sure lemedy for Dyspepsia and Jaundice that has evrr been discovered and their general u'e for 32 years, with re- conimen-'ations from the most eminent of lhe Medical Faciiity, and editnrial notices t'roin the jjostim iUorning,i'ot, Uoston Da lyMail, Plym outh Mf morial. Arroskeag Repreentalive,Barr, siable Patriot, Essex Banner, Haverbill Ga zette. Lowell Pnlrmt R.ml-.i. n.'il A.,.. Charlestnwn, Portmouth Gazetie, N. II..Niirili- ern istar, 11. Island. Linco n Tplpfrranh. Mp New Yoik Evening Signal, &c. rnu3t assure the alilicted that thevrpnssess woi.dejful rnerit. THKY GIVE LIFE, EHSTICllr A.NO VlCOn to the viscera, protnole rtlie peristaltic action, cicanse ue stomacu anu ooweis lroni unt.eaithy accumulalions, and purify and enliven the blood in the most thoroug-h and efTectual manner. They are the most certain remedv foralltho.-e nrevalent JJtseases called dvsnensia mundice.lii- er complaiots, beartburn, dizziness, headache, wandering orsellled pains, sinkin;; faintness. sourstomacn, inss ot appetite, weakness of ihe limbs. ncrvous debility, cnslivencss, piles, and all diseases caued,by anunhealthv state of the aiumacii anu uowei?. 'Pl .1 ' ,1 . . n x uey are.uie unrivnea ana eineacious com pcund ol a iCf HECULAn PHVSICIAN.I3I and Giaduaie of the NEW-IUSIPSHIRE MPninir. pnTlrnD tvho has made the study of Medicine his pro- Being composed entirely of ve-rctabhf. thev are f such a naiure tl at they may be taken for any leps-th of time by invalids oi any aze, with- lujunng ine r-ysiem or exposing it to take 'Old BEWARE OF PEDLERS !! The gtnuine article cannot be oblained them on any pretence whatever. of IJYEP-ER EMPLOY THEM, Nor allnw them to sell my Medicines. And all Biuer, p .t up in phiaU and sroall round bottles, purponins to be mine, .IRE RJ3.YK CO UJVTER FEITS. As snme are base enoush to fiil tl:n mniv bottles with theii.stutT, and thus deceive the un wary, and some have attempted an imitation nf my Bitters in papers. BE CAREFUL OF TVHOM YOU PUR'JHSE! Inconscq'ience of these attempts at jmposi. 7 nvricwi'rTx !Paln?,u 7'' "cnttred accordinii toan act ot (Jonress, in the Z. U tuLtH.Vfll.il. j ity of impaired mental energy ; in palpitalion of tho . ... n n:..l.r,r, M n ir, tho heart, flaiuknee. loss of appelite and streoglh. aiul ! Lar 84fcb-V Sf 9 "hnrdson M. V. I n the thl ! rnultipl.edsyn.p.omsof disordereddigesuon. u,, Chf's Office of the Di-trict Court ..t Massa- wrappers, and in lulure the JJit- ! ters in paperswill bedone upin adifferent style. Massachuselts." The bordcratound the inside directions, (which are printed cn white tissue pa per) is so ruriously engraved that the words "Dr. 6'. O. RichardWs Sherry Wine Bitters" pre sent themselves in a thouand different forms. Asa copy nght has been granted me, Allinjringements will bc secerely dealtwith according to law. The bottles are ncarly ready to be issued, in tbe same style. All Bitiers prepared by me have a fac-simile of my signiture on the outer envelope. To counterfeit which is Forsery. AS YOU VALUEYOUR HEALTH BE CAREFUL ! Orders from Agents. merchints, traders, drug gists.apothecaries and dealerj in medicines, will be punctually attended to, and seut to any part of the country, "safely packed in boxes. A liheial discount will bealhnved on the sale. For sale, wholesale and retai', at the Dzelor's oflice, 15 Hanover slreet, Boston, and in must Towns throughout lhe New-Eng-land States, iC?Price75 cents per bottlc 50 cents pcr pa P"ll ORGAN .& P1ANO FORTE TUNING. CHURCH and Parlor Oigans and Piano Fortes luned and repaired atshoit notice. Orders from abroad, ihankiully received and punctually attended to." I. T. PACKARD. Middlebury, March IC, 1841. 45;tf WOOL & PELTS. THE subscribers will exchange for wool or Pelts, Grcy Cloths, Cassimeres or Sati netts. also will pay cash for good Flcece 'Yool ut the Woolen Kaclory, South end of the bridge where they receive wool to manufacture as usual. All orders ent usted to them will be executed with promptness and fiilelilv. DAVEpJi'ORT & TUHNER. Mi.ldleburv, Dec. 7, 1340. A Farm for sale. flMlE subscriber offers for sale the well known farm formerly owned by Dr. Wm. Bass, laying on the old road to Rutland, two miles south-east of tho village f Middlebury. Said farm is as plcasantly situa ted ns any in the town coutaining about two hundrcd acres of Iind is well watercd and woodcd, a pleniy of foicing timber three barns n good dwclling house and wood shed 3G by 24 in good repair. For further particulars cn quiroof Amos Matthews, of New Haven. or of the subscriber. MARCY REED. Middlebury, Feb. 25,1841. 43;tf NEW SPRING GOODS. THEJsubscriberis now receiving a large as. sortmcnt ot Fashionable Spring 3 which will be sold low for cash or credit. fc!7Pleaso call and examino before buyjng elsewhero. A. FRANC1S. March 30, 1841. 47;tf VTerffennes & Troy Line. nnHIS line nf Boats will resume business at -H- the openinj of navisation. leavins Ver pennes every Tuesdav and Saturdav mornina at 7 oclock. towed by steamcr McDnnousth to Whitehall, arriving "at Troythe 3d day leaves troy Wednesdays and Saiurdavs at 2 ociuck P Jl., arriving at Vergennes on Tuesday and Saturdav mornincs. Freishl for the South must be on baard lhe fnre part of the day previ ou5. ' At Tr iy Freights will be taken up to the hnurof leavi ig. Kor further pa-ticuars inquire ot n. u m A I'M i i and M. D. HALL, 5 Vergennes, or H. S. OSBON, Asent, Troy Office Nn. :51 Rivcr St., over I. H. Hooker's Tow-boat Office, 4th door upitairs. N. B. The proprielors of the above Line re- specuuiiy solicit a continuance ofpatronage, and plede themselves to forward freiijhtentrusted to their care with promptness and despatch, havin every necessary faciiity, as usuaL JprU, 1841. 48,6m. DR. SPOHN'S . Sick Headache Remedv. cflTlOR the permananl cure of this deslress JL" ing complaint, never fails. Whein per severed In, it etTectualliy renovates lhe sys em, apd does away the cause ofthe Sick' adNeevous IIkadacae. Thousands have tried it, and found precisely tho relief which the article promises to beslow. Cetificatrs of the strongest kind, and Irom tho most re spectable persons, are in thc possession of the probnetor, some ol wnich have fleen published, testifying to .the permanent cure and others to tho immediate relief given bv this remedy. Itaffords relief to the ufllicted in 15 or 20 minutcs from tbe first dose. It taken when tho symptoms of an attack are firsl felt, it prevents tho further progress of tne complaint, ana can proauce no dantzerat any time by an excessive dose; as in such n case it would throw off the contents of the stomach, Ieaving itsweetandhealthv wiibnn eicellent appctite. All afflicted' wilh ih headadhe should not fail to procure the nrti. cle, and relieve themselves from so dislress ng compiaini. Physicians have in many tnstances given it totheirpatenls, and in every instance, to our knowledge,with grcat satisfaction have found it a certain cure. Sick and Nervous Head ache is a complaint with whiuh physicians dp not vVish to have any thing to do, and gener ally prescribe only for temporary reliel : con sequenlly, Dr.Spohn's Sick Headache Rcm edy escapes the opposition which some other propiielor's articles mect from that source. Try it once and you never will regret it. It is composed entirely of Yegetables, and conlain's no mineral, or poisonous drug of any kind, and does not require any change of di et or exercise. Sold wholesale and retail by Comstock & Co. wholesale Drugglsts. 2 Fletcher st. N. Y., and by the principal Druggists in tho Un. ion. For sale by S. Moody, Middlebury, Vt. HEWE'S Nerve and Bone Liniment. This article is offered tb the public as a never failing cure for the Rheumatism, and it has for a number of years sustaiued its icp' utation, and accomphshcd cures which had defilcd thepower of every other article. In actitc and reccnt cases, thc relief is invariable j uciiic unu reuuui uasca, iuu iuiiui is iuriiriuuic after one or two applicationsof tho liniment and in chronic Rheumalism, the cases of cure i. . l . . t . are numerous. It ,s truly a remedy that reacnes uiu riercc unu. uunc wnu me inoai uap- py efTect Sold wholesale and retail by Comstock Si Co. wholesale Druggists, 2 Fletcher st. N. Y., and by the principal Druggists in IhcUn ion. Sold by S. Moody. 20 Dr. McMunn's Elixir of Opium. Superior lo Parigoric or Laudanum, or any of the preparations of opium. Sold by S. Moody. Dr. Taylor's Balsam of. Livcr- wort, has been succcssful for eight years in the curo of the following diseases : Con sumptiou and Liver Complaint, Female cem plaints, Spitting of Blood, Ncrvoa3 diseases and weakness. Sold by S. MOODY. Middlebury, Vt. 20 ftfl 1 Iftff&ai A 8 I ?3 Continues un. fH&HdfiMLI.3 'ivalled as a! strengthaning Q A $1 P $ B Also, for Rheumatism.B 1 Eslj Lamenoss or pains in lhe stdcs. limbs or back; for serofulous swellings, scurvy sores, Fresh wounds; and for a general Family Plaster orsal.e. For Corns, moreover try it; pnro closc, pcrscvcre in lhe use by making a new application occasionally, and in time, your corns will be cured. 36:ly Catarrh SnufT, MARSIIALL'S SNUFF is still caring up the Catarrh and tho var'.ous discas es of tho head, as well ns sorc eyes, in all parts of thc country, and sustaining the rep jtation whieh it has long since gained, of be ing absolutely the best celebrated article in this markct. Each bottle contains three times the quan tity of one of those which are offered at "on ly tweniy five cents," cnd is thcrefnro n much cheaper, as well ns better article. 36 VERGtfiNWJCS & BUFFALO 3LINE. THE CANAL PACKET J. SI1ERMAN, CAPT. M. T. DAVIS, will coromence her on Ihe 27lh of April. between this city and falo, Running Niciit and Day, as folkms : trips Buf- LEAVES VERGENNES, LEAVES Muti BUFFLO, April May Junc, Augiist Seplcmbcr Oclobcr Ocldber 27 25 oo 10 7 o 2G 7 4 o 20 17 12 June Juhj August Scptcmhcr Octobcr J"ovcmbcr Through thc 8th Day. This Packet ha3 been Iboroushly lepaired, and now in first rate order for Freight and Passengers. Will ieave Vergennes at 7 o'clock in the morriin-f, towed by the Steamer MrDonough. Freight niusl be on board the day previou3. Pasiengers, particu lailv from Vermont, those moving or visiling their friends, lo and frp, will almost always find some go ing mlo their immediate n?ighhorhood, thereby mak ing the trip more agreeable. Every attention will be paid to Pa3engers, with, or without board, by a careful Caf tain and crew, who will endeavor to qive satisfaction. For furthei particulars, inquire ofthe captain on board, or of R. CHAPMAN, Kerennet. or JOY & WEBSTEIt, BufTalo. March 25, 1841. 49;6m. Lasts. UST received n large supply ot Town' LASTS and BOOT TREES, bv Z. BECKWITH. March 2.', 1841. HE subscriber having opcned a ledge afewrods out of the village of fllid dlebury, gives notice that he will furnish all kinds of Building Stone, on the most rea sonable terms. The stone is of a superior quality for flagging orunderpinning, and may be obtained of any size or chape. Those who wish to buy, will do well to call and ex amino. N. B. All calls in his line, asa MAbOJX, will bepromptly attended to. Middlebury Jan. 26,i841. 37;4m, Carding Wool. THE Custom Cards are now in rendiness fo B business, and thoso who want ROLL shall be well accommodated if they will pay lh ittle bills on thc receipt of the rolls, which w must ask in all cases, unless the charge can b made in connection wilh charges for othe work of larger nmount. Also CLOTII DRESSINIt done as u.uiu. A. SPALDING&CO. Middlubury. May 1, 1840. 02'tr BLANK AMEROEMENTS, Mav be had by application at lhls office PREMIUM - BASS & DOUBLE BASS VIOLS. A BRAHAM PRESCOTT, would respect--a- fully fnform all persons interestcd in the sctence of music, that he continues to raanufac ture at Concord N. H., BASS &D. BASS. VI 0LS 01 a very supeiiorqualily, and having ob tamed lhe Srsi Fremiums that has ever been awarded toan American manufacinrer oi such instruments attlies-rentujVi ofthe Americari Institute in New Yoik City, at the great Fair of' the iMechanic's Asociation in Bosion, and at the Fairof the Mcchat:i Charitable Association in Portland, Maine: he now not only tenders his thanks to his friends and patrons for past favors, but ptedges hiraself to Religi ius Societies, musi cal associations and individuals who raay wish o purchase, that no reasonable effiirts shall be wantinp: on his parr, to enable him to mset their orders in the most prompt andsatisfactory man ner, that he may still rctain their confidence.and rnerit a coi.tinuance of the liberal patr.inage he has for many years enjoyed. He also keeps an este'nsive assortment of MUSIOAL 1N3TRUMENTS, of the best quality, which he oiTers for saleon the mostreasDiiable terms, among which are . , wofmnn!, w,,.ic,h a.r,e n?ac,h ad.mred for sweetness of tone, , "J" Pr r.or -'-urch music iMusic scnoois, militaiy bands, or individuals. ; can bc supplied ilh bras1sanJ 0I'herr 1UCLODIOXS AXD OKRAPHINES ni any Oescripti in, as cheap or cheiper than thev ;an purchase in the city of Bostoa. Also, Vmlin, Bass and Dnuble Bass Viol Sirings, B iws, Bridges, Patent Heads, Tuning Forksand Pipes, Instruction Books, Clarionetc Reeds and mouth Pieces. (Jmbrellas, Parasols walkingCanes, &c. &c. ccc. Orders wi 1 be graiefully received, and Instru ments sent by Stage at the risk ofthe manulac turer, and if not satislactory, may he exchaned, Musical inslruments and Umbrellas, repaired as usual. Please call at his new music Store to doorssmt'i ol" ilii Et-jle C ilfes Hjme. Conco, N. H. March' 2, 1841. 44:3m WOOD TYPE. At Redueed Priccsl PMHE subscriber still continues the manu JL facture of woocftype, nt VVhitehali, N. Y., respectfully informs tho printers of the U nited States and Canada, that he is prepared to cut wood type of cvcry sizo and style from five lines Pica up. Printers wishingjfounts of any particular lef ter, can have them m.ule to order without anv a'Jditional charge, by sending a pattern Istter. Tho subscriber has made arrangements to manufacturo typc so low, that it puts it in tho powcr of every Printer to forniah his office completo withvood type, at half tbe usual pri ces charged by other maiiufacturcrs. Country neuspnpers inscrting Ihe above six times nnd sending a paper to the subscriber, sball receive S3 in type, providiug they buy to tho amount of $S. JOHN G. GAY. ood engravings txccuted neatly and expe dltiously. U'hiiehallr March 1 0 lg41 . Cast Steel Axes. cIMMONS & CO'S Cast Steel Axetr, VC? jlist received and for sale hy Z. BECKWITH. Jan. 12, 1841. Casli Paid FO R GOOD Flcece. WOOL. ASA CH tPMAl 8:tf Middlehuty, June 20th, 18-10. PLEASE TO READ THIS. IERMAN PERHAM, tho Cckhratec: li T .'eiinff L.!ork iicnaircr nnd Razor Snarpener, formerly from Sow, V(. now rc sides nenr the village of East Middh bujy, Vt. Mr. Perham, ha3 cleancd and repaired ncarly five Ihousan l Clocks, and sharpened nearly eight thou' sand Razor3, within fifteen year?, fhaving previous ly learncd Ihe trade in New York,) Good rccom mendatior.s cn hand, from previous cmployers. Mr. Perham will .attend to thc valuable unprovcment, of BRASS BOXING wooden Clocks. (new and old) for all who may wish to have Ihcm done. Keader, if yourclocl: rs out of repair, please to send a line (Post Paid) lo B. Perham, East Middlebury, and I wili call and "eeyou. no cxtra travelin fees lo pay. N. B. Rt ader, do not cmploy any one to repair yourclock, who are de'slitutc of good recomm-"ni!a-tions, especiallv younj men ho are new begimers. East iMiddlebury Vt., Alay 1, 1841. l;tf Bonnets. F' LOREN'CE DRAID. Strawand Palm- Lcaf Bonnets and Hoods," iust received and for sale. Z. BECKWITH. May 31, 1841. Tffl BECKWITH is now rrcciving from tA O New York, a large and well selected assortment of SPRING AND SUiMMER d3 which he ofTers for sale at fail to suit purchasers. prices that cannot Middlebury, May 25, 1841 3;tf Umbrellas. Cases of Umbrellas, just received bv A. & V. S. JOHNSON. May 24, 1841. 4 Powder. $ 25 Kegs Powder, . 600 Canisters of P TjS&SoiSr May 24, 1841. - Clolh caps. Large assortment of all kinds of boy's Cloth CapsT just received by A. os W.S. JUHWSUiM. May24,lS41. 4 Groceries. JUST received, for sale at the lowest priers by May 3t, 1841. A. & W. S. JOHNSON. 4