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THE subscribers having purchased tho a
bove cstablishment, togcther with all the
pattcrcs and othcr appurtcnances, would ra
form tho public that they can supply thcra with
a better assortment of
Cooking, Box and Parlor
than has becn ofFcrcd from this or any othcr
establishmcnt in this section of thc country,
and at much lowcr prices. Having becn in
this busincss for the last tcn ycars, tbey think
they are qualified to give entire satisfaction to
partsot stovc3 or pioughs, tnai rmc u" ,
- . . . , , t 1 I
manulactured at this lurnace lor tnc iasi "
ycars, can be supplied without any cxtra cx
pcnsc. Cooking-Slovcs of the most approvcd pat
tcrns, Yankcc Notion, Farmcr,
Prcmitini lmprovctl, and
and various othcrs too numerous to mcntion.
Box stovcs of all sizcs, and from cntirely
Cauada doublc box stovcs,
I'arlor and Parlcr Cooking do.
Uollow Warc of all'kinds,
T5I ATirl! IT -4TYTGJ
Slcigh Shocs and wagon boxcs,
Arch Framcs & Gratcs, and Ovcn-mcuths,
TIN & COPPER WARE and
manufactured by good workmen, and from
the bcst matcnnls.
CASTINGS of ali kinds at the shortcst
Stoves in tho platc, or finishcd, will be sup.
plicd at wholcsalc to dcalers at the lowcst pri
ces. AII orders promptly attcndcd to.
E. & A. A.WAINWRIGI1T.
SS hercby given that the Copartcnship
herctofore cxisling betwecn the undersign
cd, under the firm of James II. Chipman & Co.
L this dav dissolved liy mutmd consent.
JAMES II. CHIPAIAN.
JOHN 13. CHIPMAN.
Larrabees Point, 9th Oct. 1841.
tna II E undcrsi"ned herebv nivcs notice that
B tho books and uccounts of tlie late firm of
J ames II. Ciiipmnn, & Co. al.-o all other de
mands due the said firm aro ossigncd to him
and aro Icft in tlie hands of U. H. Everest Esq.
of Shoreham fur collection.
JOHN B. CHIPMAN.
Shoreham Octobcr, Oth 1841.
A. Chapman & Son.
rglHE subscribers having cntered into pariner
ship in basiness, under the.firm of A.CIiap
man &Son,:it tl.c old stana, would inform tlie
inhabitants of Middlebury and cnunty geneially,
that tliey a'C nov recciving from Boston a gen
eral assortment of Foreisn aud Domcstic
Consisling of Broadclolhs and figured ,
brellas, and nlmost cvcry article usually
kept in Countrv Sfores.
A L S O,
Crockery and Hardware,
j&ar'Iron and Nails,
by wholcsalc or retail.
jBoots and Shoeis,
Old and Young Hyson,
of a supcrior quali'.y.
and most olhsr articles n the Grocery lme,
l 1 S O . !
A'l wIkj wish to purci.ascgood articles at fair'
pnops ate rcqucsted to examine their asiortmjni.
GEORGK C. CHAPMAN.
Middlebury, Oct. lGth. 1841. 2ltf
"H7" EESV1LLE round, squarc.and fl.it Iron
gjA of all the sizes manufactured it the
works, are cor.stantly on hand, and foi ale by
the subjcribcr. I RA S7 E WA RT.
jlfiddlebury, August S, 1841.
p'gn'UC subscriber ofTers for Sale a farm,
containing 250 acres of land, lying a
bout 3 nnles south of this village, togcther with
tho stocks and tools appertaining to thc same.
lt is pleasantly s-tuatcd on the bank of Otler
Crcel;. Tenns of payment madc easy to thc
p-jrdnser. IRA STEWART.
Middlebury, June 22, 1841. 7tf.
OKGiVN & P1AKO L'ORTE
CHUKCH aud Parlor Oigans. and Piano
Foi tes luned and repaired atshort notice.
O.ders from abroad, llianklully received and
punctually attended to.
I. T. PACKARD.
Middlebury, March 1C, 1841. 45;tf
Cast Steel Axes.
S5IMMONS CO'S Cast Stecl Axee,
just received and for sale by
Jan. 12. 1811.
rjHHE subscriber keeps for sale
JL COTTOX B xVTTS l.y the bale.
V.WULurvpi 11 1341. 19 tf
. -ir , T-i ', i , ' il Uckeen constantly on
, - , i oi .- i- tt isortment of Amencan,
Amencan nnnls. and Slicetmgs, (. aps, Um-, .,, T.: p,,.
storc,) is now recciving from New York
a gcneral assortment of seasonablo
Amoug thcm may be found a grcat varicty of
Englisliand Amencan rnnis, oi ver
dcsirable pattcms. .
Eiilisli, French and German Mennos.
I'laTnand TFaved Beaver Cloths and
Sliaded Crapcs, and Bombazmes.
Tlain and Figurcd Mus. DeLaines.
Ribbons aiid Artificlals.
Shcetinss, Shirtin:s, Batlins and Wad-
din?- " .
Ootton larn and Wickmg, xc. ccc.
Ladies French Kid Slips and
SIIOES. I osrether wilh a cood assort
Crockcry and Glass Ware.
Alsn n r.linir.n sMpclinn o.' WA1T1T,
051 urcnasers are respectlullj lnvitea
Middlebury, Oct. 7, 1841. 28;tf
"pTAS just receivcd and keeps
constantly on hand, a large
and splendid assortment of Gold
and silver Lever, Horizontal Le-
pmc, Quarlier and common
A Gne assorlracnt of silver Tablc. and Tea spoons ;
Gald Beads; nlver 1 Iumbles; sil'er bpectaclej; uog-
rles: GOLD AUD SILVER PEHC LS: Wallets: fuises;
Uolu unams; scaw anu Jveys; a nne assonmeiuui
Finger-nngs; lweezers; l ombs; beaulilul Mazors,
Pen-knives and Scissors : Ear-rincs : Breast-pins:
SnuII-boxes : Pockct Pistols larce and small : Vea
and Housc BelU : Syy-classes : BRASS BUGLES ; Pa
tent and common Flufes ; Music-boxes ; Violin and
Bass Viol Stnngs; Fifes; Clanonetls ; Hagolelti
Tunin?-fork-3 : LOOKIHG-GLASSES : Thermometers
togelher with various other aiticles usually kept in a
Jewellcr's sfcop. comprisincr a better a?sortment than
ever offered in this place I efore ; Togethcr with a
large assortment of
Brass, Alarm, and W ooden Clocks.
whicli'he can and will sell a? ciicaf as any one.
CO- Clocks and Watches faitiifoli.i.v RE
PAIRED at the shortcst notice, and no pains spared
lu give sausiacuuii.
Middlebury, Oct. 11, 1811. 23 tf
jf0 DRY GOODS MERCHAN IS. l.i
g consequence of thc extrcmely unscltled
state of the Currency for a few ycars past, ren
dering the salcs on crcdit so very hazirdous,
and the mamlcst wrong anu injuslici! of charij
ing the good man sohigh a profitas thoncces
sily of thc caso compcb cvcry one to do in or
der to meet tlie losses by the bad, wc adoplcd
the plan of buying and sclling exclusively for
cash. And now having fully teslcd the fact,
that those who buy thcir goods on crrdit, or of
crcdit houscs, or of cash and crcdit houscs, can-
not at all comncte with our customcrs in tho
sale cf their goods, we shall thercfore, continue
the sarr.c system.
By paying cash for our goods, we are ena
bled to obtain moit of thcm fromiUcuufaclurcrs,
and frnmiirt liands," thorcby anring (nt leaat)
all the chargcs of thc commission mcrchanl,
such as commissies, guarantcc, interes!, labor
&c, which oftcn amounts to a retail proilit,
which enables us to sell by the piece, as low ns
thev arc usually bought b' the package, (inter
lestofT.) j Vo therefore specially inviie all those in the
! trade who are not willing to pay thc losses by
iolherc, and can make such pay for their goods,
t0 cal' and cxamine ours bcforo purchasing
hand a gcneral as.
English and French,
. I)rv GooiIs bv lh6 n;ecc or nackaae.
LESTEIl IIOLMES & Co.
1C7 Pearl st.
NcwYork, Aug. 10, 1841. 17 ly
OULD rcspcctfully inform thcir pat
rons, and the public generally, that
i they will continue to receivc WOCL at the
1 establishmcnt of the Middlebury Manufacturing
Cotnpany, to manufacture into Cloths. Cassi.
mcres or Saltinelts, white orcolorcd Flannels,
' &c. of pcrmanent colors and mixcs, to suit tho
j taste, on sharcs or by tho yard, at the option
' of the owncr.
i Beins furnished with the nccessary appara.
. . i : ' . 1 , I t
fahhful workmbcn( thev will lnac (0 ;mprovc
i!10 vnltTf nnfl ctt!i" nf tfioir frnnrla. tnlnnrlinfT
j that they shall not be surpassed by those of
I nnv nllior nctntillcTimpnf in llin Kfnti. Thov
.,...! kcen an assorlment 0 land to accommo.
datc those who may waut a part of their cloth
Grateful for tho extensivc patronago they
have received, they hope by strict personal at
tention to business and thc intcrcsts of thcir
patrons to rcccive a libcral share of their fa1
TERMS as reasonable as at any establislr
ment in the vicinity.
THE subscriber again reminds his
fiicnds and thc public that he has on
hand at tho old stand. 3 doors north
of tho jail a good and fashionablo assortrMSf
of Hals, which he will sell as Iqiv, if not a Ukx.
loictr, than can Le bought at Sny othcr cstab
lishment. Lamb's Wool will bo received in payment
for hats, at a liberal price.
N. B. Those whose accounts have be
come due. are requested to call and settle the
same wiihou: delay, as these sums are very
much wantod.to mcct the hardness of the timcs.
Middleburj', August 10, 1840. 14
QJ ALMON, Codfish, Mackurel, Pickled and
113 dried Halibut, for sale by JOHN IPOOD.
TJRUSH Hats. conslantlv for sale. of the best uuali-
! i ty by JOHN WOOD
JLOUR of the best kind, for sale by
June 25, 1341.
"1 OOD SPRTJCE
W 50,000, by
June 25. 1841.J
NEW FALL GOODS.
CBIRGE is cow recaiving his usutd sup
Fancy and Staple
Tiwse who wish to buy GOOD Goods lcheap
wiil please call and examine them.
Sept. 13, 1B41. f
Plnin rhinl. fe
Cliene Mus D. Laincs, all at very low pri
ces by &. rnANcir.
Sept. 29 1841,
WINDOW BL1NDS & SA5II, first
rate articlca for sale nt tho manufac-
turers prices, by JOHN WOOD.
BBLS. WESTERN FINE
SALT, Coarso do. Turks Is
land, and Livirnool Buttcr do. for sale low
Se.nt. 1841 bv JUtllN wuuu.
iTOCK of GOODS cvcrbrought into Mid
dlebury is now opening by
Sept. 28, 1841. 21
QUPERFINE GENESEE FLOOR, for
U? sale by the subscriber.
Sent. 20. 20 tf
WEST-INDIa Goods and Grocenes a generally
sortment, for sale at thc lowcst piiccs
WENTY bales heavy 38 in. SHEF.TING, for
BV JUlilN IVUUU.
niWENTY-FIVE cases heavy cow hide and kip
J. iiUU 1 b, lor sale very low by the case, uy
June 25. 1841.
THE subscriber has on hand and will kee
rnnwtnnllir fnrcfltd nt tho mnrbfp nnnrrv. n.
.......... j ...... . l j J
bout a mile and a half eastoftliis village, near
Alillnn Slnwnli'a nn llm rnfiil tn Tlpn "Rnirr'c. n
Crstrate article of Stone Lime, which will besold
on reasonable terms. nATrlAM MXKltJlt.
Middlebury, June 30, 1841. 8tl'.
1115 subscriber has commcnced the pur
chase of wool for this scason, and will
pay cash, and as high prices as his cmnloycrs
will auttionze. AsA UllAfMA?J.
Julv 13. 1841. 10
ERINO, Kabvbe, Clementike, Bro
cua Tartaii. M. Db Lai.ne and Silk
S II A WL S;
Alsoa large assorlment of Fascy H'k'fs.
Oct. 11, 1841. 23 tf
Thc most highly approvcd Medicine
now m gencral use lor Coughs
Colds, and all Discases
of the Lungs.
THE VEGETABLE PULMONARY BALSAM is
J- believod to be descrvedly the most popular Med
icine ever Known in Amcnca, lor coughs, colds, asui
ma or phlhisic, consumplion. whoeping cough and
pulmonary affections of every kind.
The Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam has been very
extensively used for about fifleen ycars; and ils rrpu
tation has been constantly increislng. So univcrsally
popular Iia3 this artic becomo that it may now be
considerctl as a standard article in a iarje part of the
Unitcd Statcs and Brilish Provinces. Many families
keep it constantly by thcm, considering it the most
safe as well as certain remedy for the above complaints.
The pioprietors have icceired & are recciving numer
ous recommendations from many ofour best physicians
who make use of it in thcir practice. Thc names ol
a few indiyiduals who have given their testimony in
lavorol mis anicie are nere sul.joincd, and lora morf
full account see the cnvelope to the botlle.
Doct. Amory Huntinjr, ; Doct. Samuel Morrill,
Truman Abell, : ' Timothy Baylics,
" Jtrc. Ellsworth, : " Albert Guild.
(From Dr. 1 homas Brown.)
Messrs. Lowe & Keed, Gent The Vcgctable'Pul-
monaiy Balsam, has becn cxtcnsively uscd in the sec
tion of country where I rcside, for scvcral years past,
and has justlj acquired a h;p;h rcputation in consump
tive complaints. So far as my knowledee extends. it
has nevcr disappomtcd the reasonable expectation of
mose wno nave usea it. j iiomas unowrr, m. d.
Concord, N. II., Jlaj 11, 1831.
Messrs. Rccd, Wing & Cutler Gentlcmcn
I feel it a duty I one to the public, and espechlly to
hundrcds of my fcllotv beings who are now sufjering
under dillercnt discases of the lungs, to give you a
statement of the good cffects I have experinced from
Ihcuso of the Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam. Haring
from my jouth up betn troubled with diffarent com
plaints of the lungs, such as snittinzof blood. a trouble-
some cough, frequcnt hoarscness, with serere fits of
coughing, and mdecu all Ihe symptoms of consumplion
and from timeto time I hareconsulted sereralctmnent
physicians, and have takcn much rncdicine, but I re
ctired little or no relief, and at last thcy.told mo thcre
vas no hclp for me ; that my case was bcyond thc
reach of thcir medicines. In the spring of 1S27I was
adviscd by a fricnd to try the Vegetablp Pulmonary
Balsam. Ijobtained two bollles, and on trial I was
surpriscd to'find so suddenandefiectual rclief which it
gave me, and after using it about five weeks all my
complaints weie entirely rcmoved,-and I was reslored
to gcod health. Since that time I harc kept it con
stantly by rae, :n case of the appearance of any of the
I have knownalargenumberofcascswhercalloth
er medicines have lailed of atrording any rclcf, the
Balsam was at lenglh rcsorted to, anj peedily cfTect
cd a cure. I would theiefure rccommend to ever
pcrson that has any of the above complaints, on their
first appearance to lake the Vegetable Pulmonary Bal
sam, which tbey will find a safe, convenient and pos
itivecure. Respectfully yours,
T. P. Merriam.
NewBcdford, Mass., July 30, 1841.
W-CouSTERFEiTS. Beware ofimoosition. Eaeh
genuinebol'leisenclosed in a dluc wrapperon which
is a velluw laoei, signea oy wm. JUfriV. CUT
LER. None other can be gcnuine of a later dato than
December 1S39. The s:gnature of Sampson Reed
will be continued for a short time.
The grcit cclebrity of the Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam has been the cause of attempts to introduce
spurious articles, which by partially assuming the name
of the genuine, are calculated to mislcad and deceive
the public. Araong these mixtures are 'Carler's
Compound Pulmonary Balsam," l-Amcrican Pul
monary Balsam," " Vegetable Pulnionary Baham
ie Syrvp," ''Pulmonary flalsam," and others.
Purchasers should enquire for the true article by its
whole name The Vegctable Poi.M0NAnv
Balsam, and see that it has the marksand signatures
Each bottle and seal is stamped " Vegetable Pal
For sale by REED, WING lt CUTLER, (late
1 Lowe and Reed) wholesale dcalers in Drugf , Medi
cines, Paints and Dye-stuflS, No. 54. Chatbam street,
Boston. and bv Druegists aniLcounlry.merchants gen
erally in New England, and in the princioal places
througnoul the umted btaies anu nriusn rroTinces.
Price 60. cents.- SoU by S. MOODY.
15:ly Middlebury Vermont
Balsam of Limrwort,
OR COJTSUMPTIOA", COUGHS, COLDb,
oittine of Blood, Painmltie sme, Asmma.fieu-
De'bi'ity Nervousneis, and all diseases of the Lungs
and Liver. This madicine has been used In the city
of New York. with unexampled succeas for eighl
vears curing thousands who were supposed incurable
It is now ued bj most of the medical faculty, and the
nhole people. Certificates of most extraordmary
.n .cmmiunv each bottle.
curca -"-r---. -- .,r
Prepartdat 370 uowery, in iub -uji u, ci
wbere the article first originated, and is tho OJYLY
nPJVnLYE. All others bcaring similar names are
counterfeits and impositions.
n.inir nredisDOsed to consumplion, both from pecu-
i:.. r.ilnn and hercditarv transmission, I tried
every mcans to check the disease, and strengthen a
,.:,.w wealcconstitution. I spent two years at
oi.- onp at Rome. two in t Iorence, and another m
the south of France, seeking, msantime, the advice of
the best physicians. iwo years since i reiumeu 10
this country in about the silualion as when I left iL
I had seen in the reading rooms of Europ, much in
r,vnr nf Dr. Tavlor's Balfam of Liverwort, and as
soon as'I arrived in this city I nied it, and in 3 roonths
I was so wcll as 10 saieiy veniure 10 pass me winier
here. I have useu an occasionai djuio uunag me
time. and am now in as good health as possible. My
coueh has wliolly ccased, and my lungs have every
feelingof health. James Him..
& .... n .1 .1 .1 . M v
Weslern noici, tuuiuduu ucci,
RrMinaBLE curtE or cojcscmption. I have
becn an invalid for three years, anu nave sunereu ev
. tnrtnre from confirmed consumption. But Dr.
Taylor has wholly cnred me. The large quantities of
miitsr I used to raise has subsidcd, my cough has
ceased, and I.ara fieshy agnn, my heal'.h heing wnoi-
lv reslored by usmg three boltlcs of his ccieDraiea
Baliam M. E. Windley.
No. 13a Malden L,ane,
Siiortjtess or Breatii. For this disease Dr.
Tayior's Balsam ot Liverwort has no equal. Having
the astnrta, a serere pain in my ieu siae, aii uuie
cough I was induccd tc try the above medicine, and
great was my joy to find it cnred me in about two
irrpks. lt auo cured my motner ol a severe auacic
of the Liver complaint with which sbe had suffered 2
vears. J . U. Stone, ts Hall f lace a. x.
StinpnisiNG cure or consojiition Mr. R
Gladdin of Delbi New York, of a natural consumptu
ous cor.stitutian, has been saved from an untimely
end by the use of Dr. Taylnr's Balsam of Liverwort.
A severe cold brought on an attack ot Pleuriny and
Ihus ended in general debility and consumption. A
constant cough, hectic fiush. restless nights, quick
pulse and continued loss of flesh, augured a spefdy
dcath; but as soon as he commenced the use ol ttus
Balsam he grew oeltcr and is now fully restored to
Doet. TaylorU JlaUam of Livertcort The cures
and bcnefits produced by the use of this medicine in
all cases of diseases ol the Lungs is almost incredible.
It has been used by spveral persons in this neighbor
hood and there isscarcelyan instance but itsbenefits
have been fully realized. Persons afflicted with
covghs, colds, asthma, dilEculty of breathing, pains
in the iide or brcast. spitting blood, calarrhs. palpita
tion of the heart, opprcssion ind soreness of Ihe chest,
nhooping cough, pleurisy, hectic fever, night sweals,
dilljculty or profuse expectorat'on and all o'her affec
tions the chest, lungs and livtr should not fail of pro
curing a bottle of this medicine. J. Wbicht.
Sandy llill, Washington county N. Y.
Z7ie composition of Tayior's Balsam of Liverwort
is onhj known by tlie Froprietor, therefore it is dan
gerous using any but that from 375 Bowery JT. Y.
To ihe Public We hereby certify that our son, G
years cfage, was suddenly taken vith a faver and
aftcr a severe sickncss a violent cough ensued. He
was bloatcd, his skin was filled and his physician said
(herc was no favorable symptom about him; that he
had a confirmed consumption. We procured a bottli"
of that valuable medicine, Tayloi's Balsam of Liver
wort. When he had taken one bottle we began to
have hopcs of his recovery. He continued until he
nad used five boltlcs. Il is now a year from that lime
and his health Is better than it has ever been since au
infant. David & Ha.vmah Rocerts.
Granville, Washington county N. Y,
For proof of the above statement I rcferto the sub
scribers aborc people of high retpecatbHIry.
Look out for a Countcrfeit Article !
Sold bccause of ils deception and eheapnessof qual
ity at a very small price. The same is procured by
certain dealers and suflired lo pass into thc hands of
Ihe innocent purchaser'as the genuine Tayloi's lial
f Violent Cough and Cold cured The severe
chanze in wcathcr having given me a most violent
cald, also cxpcctoration and difliculty of breathing ;
I was much uistrossed until I look Dr. Tayior's Bal
sam of Livemort. I found this medicine (o suit my
caac and cured mc at once, which causes me to rc
commend it tootheis. J J FiSiieRl7Barrowst.N Y.
Pain in the side and Brcast These diseases have
caused mc much (rouble and oftcn prcrciited my at
tcnding to business. Every medicine I heard of I
tried but found no relief. As a last resource I conclud
ed to iry Dr Tayior's Balsam of Liverwort, and as soon
as I did I grew better and have been gaining ever
since; am now in good health and can truly recom
mend this Balsam as being far superini to any thing
else. A. L. Grken, 2 Pitt st. N' Y.
Spittinz of Blood cured For four months I have
hada discharge of blood from the Lungs almost daily;
also a dry hard cough, some pain, great weakness and
hoarseaess. When I had tried the Doctors in vain
for throe months I concludcd to use Dr Tayior's Bal
sam oi i,iverwort, of which threoboltleshavemadcan
entire cure. L A Haviland, 171 Oak st. N Y.
BEWARE OF FltAUBSH
But that preparcd at the old ojjice 373 Bowery-st.
city ofJVao York, where the article was first made
and its charaeter eslablished. JVone other genuint
though there are virious imitations offered be.aring
the same or similar names.
Doct. Sidncy Moody, JUiddlebury; Doct. F. Hunt-
inzton, Vergennes: J.&O. S. Simmonds. lmtinz:
J. H. Chipman fi-Co., Larabee's Point: Gurdon
Sartes, Bridport; Lake Dunmore Glas3 Company,
Salisbury; Kent Wrigbt, Shoreham ; Bamcs&Ful
ler, Addison; Hunlley Sl Higgins, Salisbury ; Sam
uel Everts, Cornwall; T. C. Smith, J'ew Haven.
Lecds & Thaycr,
!To. 127 Maiden Lane, Jew York city
Wiil see all orders answered for the cenune Tiv-
Ior's Balsam ofLivenvort, at wholesalo prices, where
their friends find it most convenient to fbrward orders
Ihruugh thcir House.
AND WILL ALSO rURNISII
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Wia-low-glass,
Uyc-stuus, Glass-ware, and allaiticles in their
line, at as favorable prices as at any
27 3m Uouse in Amenra.
roK thc cunn op
COUGHS, COLDS & CONSUMPTIONS.
GENTIXE VEOtTABLE PULJ10."rAr.y BU AMIC SVRUP
ORETthan 75,000 boltles of this verv val-
i-'JL uable medicine have been sold, fprincipillv
in the Staie ofMainr, ) since it was first offered
to the public by theoiiginal inventoraad proprie
tor, a few years since.
It is umlnubteulv supenor to anv othcr article
oflered to the public ; as it seldom fails in giv.ng
reiiei" where it is taken in due season. -
Althouzh thesuDerior virtues of-this medicine
are we!l knnwn. and its aualites bishly approved
yet ihe following certificates are added for the
satisfactiou of any vho may De auiicteu with
those diseases for which it i3 designed. Severa!
others may be sccn on the bill ot directions ac
conipanying each bottle.
fc.ach nenuine bottle is inclosed in a blue
wrapper on which is a red label sisned bv T, B.
MERRICK, or S. PAGE.
Price 37 i cents per bottle.
For sale by the gross, dozen, or sinsle bottle,
S. PAGE,JIallo!'ell, Me., to whom orders
mav be directed.
For sole bv S. MOODY, Middlebury, Vt..
1 linn SHINGLES wanted by
' A. & W. S. JOHNSON.
M C1T1ZEMS0F VERMOMT
r-N order to secure to jou the true Brandreth
4dk Vegetable Univcrsul Pills, the sale of them In
yourState will bc conducted in the following manner
But one Travelling Agent, Mr. JUtm o. L.AJNU-
LEY, will Visit the state, wnose auinority to act ror
3ie, will be made manifest, by his producing numer-
ius certijicaies, signea un a pea uy me, wun my
amily arms embossed upon a paper and a finely exe
iuted view of my Manufactory in New York State,
Local Acenta.by observlng this, need never be im-
nosed unon bv Pedlars.
Kvery Local Agent, turnisnea wun me uenuine
Dills. will have one of those aforementioned Certifi'
!ate8 put up in his Store. Observe that lt is signcd
vitha pcn, B. Jirandrclh, Jl. u. Jiux tnat my t a
aily Arms are embossed npon the paper.
See that the date thereofis engraved.
03- NoCertificate is anyguarantee that the bolder
.eiis gcnuine 11113 atter one ycar trom me engraved
03-Purchasers by observing this need never be
.mposed upon by Local or Travelling Traders who
iave no inore principle than ta deal in Countcrfeit
Medicine. See the reading on the sidc of each box,
inu nevcr lorgei to asKiorinis uerujicate ot Jigencv.
Th-. aforementioned Travelhnsr Aeent will make
frequent calls upon Local Agcnts, furnishing them
from time to time with supplics of the Genuine Bran.
dreth'3 Pills, from1 my Principal JVew England Of-
'icr, iv nanuver oireei 1 nuaiun,
lCr No Pills will be sold from me to retail in Ver
mont but to Local Agents, thercfore, should othcrs,
aot holding my Certificates of Agency, piofess to
iave thi Uenuine isranarein s f iiis, oelteve them not l
One word to trafiickers in Counterfeits of my PiKs,
I am dcterminad to exposc all infringements upon my
A List of my Local Agcnts in Vermont, will be
lubiisheu in most ot the papers printed in that State,
oon as prepared. Purchasers, buy of those Agents
inlr. and you will avoid imposilion.
BENJAMIN BRANDRETK. M
241 Broadway N. Y.
Sole Froprietor of BrandrellCs Vegetable Uni
trsal Pills, in tlie United Statcs oj America.
Trotii is sklf-evident.
qcj- In the country so subject as tliN to suddcn cr.an
ges in tec .temperature of the atmosphere, is of thc
very ereatest importancc that a strict watch be con
stantly kept upon Ihe very seat of hfe the region of
ine stomach anu bowels. lt is there the Creator has
placed the VIT2L PRINCIPiES ofour exMcuce;
and it is through thcm that tha human frame continu
aijy renews and renovatcs itself from thc natuial loss
es it sustains by the very action and re-action of the
life principle. Tho stomach and bowels may there
fore be called the grand regulatois of the body's
health. They sound the alarm when any thing iafec-
tious has been absoibed they bccome anected even
when the most remole members of the bodybave sus
tained injury. There sympathy with e"ery ill that
can befall each and all of the corporeal agents, is as
fixed and stcady as it is proinpl and extensivc. Il is
only by propcrapd timely attention bcing at all timcss
and in all scapons. paid to those MAIN SPRINGS OF
EXISTENCE, Ihe stomach and bowels, so that they
may be suppoited in thcir regular functions, that Ihe
changes of temperature are rendeicd les3 affecting,
and a state of almost uninteiruptcd health cau be ae
:ured. Although the causes uhicli producc and fosler dis
!asein the human todyare very numerous, ycl the ef
ictis invariably tto same, namcly IMPUIUTY OF
HE BLOOD ajd whatcver medicine will carry off
ccse humors uti:t have produced this contamination
of the blood inust of necessity, icstore the heallhy
condition of the body, acd the surcst safeguaid a
gainst protracted intirmity ai.d prcmaturc dccay.
It is needless to recapitulate here, all that has from
me to time been adduced lo prove the efficacy of
Brandrcth's Vegetable Universal Pills,
ong and succcssful cxperiment ha3 convimed cvcn
ne most sceptical, that it is the only Medicine calcu
ated for the certain cure and prevention of disease,
istliousandsaod tcns of thousands havo becn restored
,o health and happmess under its bcneficial au;piccs,
ivho hare becn uono'jnccd as incurablj by physicians
of the first standing, and in many cases when cvcry
othcr remedy had been resort. d to in vain.
' In all cases of pain acd weakness, whethcr it bc
chrouic or recent whelhcr it be deafnesj or pain in
the side, whethcr it anscs fiom constituliona or some
other cause whcther it be from internal or cxtcrnal
"njury, thc disease is alnays sure to bo eradicated by
lersevering in the use of Ihesa Pillj. Their safety
ji all thc various stagcs of cxistencc fiom hcljtlos.4
nfancy to old agc has long hecn sulijcct of e.pecial
iommcndation and wondcr and the fact that Ihe
appiication of VEGETABLE PURGjJTIVES is un
attccded by the Ieast inconvcnience, and that no par
ficular attention is required at thc time Ihat tbc Pills
are takcn, cilheras rcgards dietor action, constitutrw
of itsclf one of tho most importaut bencfits cvtr be
stoived on mankind.
The great busincss of ' Purging" in limes of sick
lcss isbeginning lobe propcrly apprcciatcd, and cx
tnsively undcrstood. Common 5V;Me(lhat unertinj
uide, which not only the arts of selfish practitioncrs
can mislcad,) has lound Ihat it is much more conven
ient to takc an occasionai dose of Piils, and thercby
cnsure UNINTEURUPTED HE-iLTH. tlun lo
submit to being bleJ. blistered or talivattd, with thc
ccrtalnty tbat if Dcath do not immediatcly follnw,
months and pcrhaps years of unutcrable sufiurings will
I'c cntailed; and that thc only individualprofited by the
trcatmcnt is tho Doctor.
It is also well worlhy of comidiration. that Ihe
principle of purging wilh Braudrelh's Pills reniovcs
.u: i..., . 1. . .. l . -. 1 .1 . ...1 n..;T r ... .1...
I lVMmi UUk ItlC U3CIC rillUUndjkU Mllt.9 11U11I llll'
Lody tbc morbid and corrupt hnmors of thc blood
' .vhich gencrall impedc the functiucs of the liver
hen they settle upon that org?n prouuce ibeuina
sin when they settle upon Ihe musclcs gout ul-.cn
.ney settle upon the nervcs consumption nhen tbey
settle upon thc lung ; ccstivcness when they scllle
npon thc intcstincs apoplcxy, paralysis, and all llic
liain of mclancholy disordcrssofalal to thn sufiercr,
when these settla upon Ihe lining of thc blood vesscls.
The depravityol the humors is also ihe immcdiatc
lause ofintermittentfeversand dysc.Very as nolhing
is required but the contact or contaginus rniasma, to
producc bilious, yellow, scailet, and thc like kindof
fovcrs, as dysenleryand dianhoca.
It must, therefore appcar sclf-cvidcnt that purging
the foul humora from the body is the only True and
Efiictivc mcans of curing and prevcntinz these com
plaints, and every other form of disease ; for as it re
quires ih! tempcst and the tornado to brinc a' out a
state of purity iu th5 occan when its waters have
been stagnant, so will it require repcated evaiuations
by the bo'"els, bcfore the blood can be relieved of its
iccumulated impurities, and Nature Ipft free to rcstore
svery organ to ils proper hcaltby action. But yel
;vcn nhen Ihis has becn done it is impossible for
those who lake little excrcise lo enjoy peilect heallh,
unlcss they occasionally make use of vrgetablc purga-
tive medicine ; for the conduits oi tnc blootf aro tlicrc,
eby Kept frco from those impuritic3 which would pte
vcntits steady current ministering health morbid li
mors are preveiited from becominc mixed with it, an
nature is tlius assistcd through the mcans and outlincs
which she had provldcd for hcrsclf.
CQ-BE WARE, and NEVERPurchase BrandrethV
Pills without the sellercan exhibit. the Ccrtmcate al
luledto at thecommencemcnt of tl.is adversisemcnr.
and do not forget that PEDL.JRS NEVER have Ihe
BENJAMIN BR.JNDRETH, M. D.
Sole Froprietor of Brandreth's Vefrelalle Uni
versal Pills, in the United Slules of .imerica.
JONATHAN HAGAR, Agent, Middlebury
vermont. juj ly
Shirts, Bosoms & Collars, .
MADE by the Education Socicty, coaitantly
on hmd at d for salo by
Jtl; 6,1 841.
rjlHE subscriber has been appointcd
X Agent for the HARTFORD FIRE
'NSURANCE COMPANY, for Middle
bury and vicinity, and will receive propo
sals for insuring property against loss or
datnage by Fire. The long established
reputation of this company, and the
promptness with which all their transac
tions have been characterised render it
unnecessary to say anything in.its favor.
All business connected with the officein
trusted to hlra will bc faithfully and punc
JONATHAN HAGAR, Agent.
Middlebury, Feb. 26, 184. 42;ly
CONGRESSand Pavillion Water for sale by
OOTS and SHOES, u largo supply
for sala at retail bv JOHN VVOOTl'
Juno 25. 1841.
UTand WROUGHT NAILS and win-
dow (jlass for salo low, bv
June 25, 1841.
AND ALL SICKNESS AND DISEASE
Thegreatest Secret discovcred t
Purge purge purge has been the cry for tho
last few vears. This has been pfT.rtiwii
yet sufferefs have multiplied and dicd ; and why
Not because purging was not necessary, but too
much had been done without the tonic to foUonr
and sustain the system. Purge, you must 1 Tho
sickly humors of ihe blood must be carricd 08 or
the accumulalion ot ttiem prevented. Prcvent thea
the growth of such humors.
Why do the Chinese livs to such immense ages
and still retain the powers of youth or middlc age
Because they purify the blood. The Chinese
Blood Pills so calted because they work upon and
cleansethe Blood are the standard rcmedy. Tbeso
pills will do it ; and the Temperance Bittprs, taken
as directed, will strengthen the system and prvenr
the accumulation of bise humors which infest tha
blood, and which only increases by purges, unless
Ihe billtrs are taken afler. Buy, then, thjse pills
and bilters. Take weekly the pills, and daily tho
bitlers, and ifyou are or have been inralids for days
weeks, months, or years, you vrili find the sickly
humordrawn ofF, and prevented from a rcturn, and
ihe sallow yellow liue of sickness change rapldly lo
the full blooming glow ofhealth and youthfiilbaoy-
There are cases so numerous of these Uirilliant ef
fects, that time and space forbid an attcmpt to put
thcm down. Buy and use these medicines. and usa
no other, and health and strenglh shall be yours. See
wrapper aud directions that come witli them.
Will be altemptcd. Buy no remedy of the kind un
less it have my name O. C. Lin, M. D. oa :ba
Hiappor, and also the notice as follows :
'Eutered according to Act of Congrcsa, A. D.
1841, by Thos. Connel, in the Clerk's officeoftbe
District Court of the United States for the Southern
District of New York."
Warranted the only genuine.
Messrj. Comstock & Co., New York, are the
sole wholesale agcnU for tho United States and the
neighboring couniics. .
TBk NE I1IJNDRED DOLLARS RE
WARD has been offered for month3, toany
one ubo will use a bottle of Hajs' Liniment for the
Piles wilhout being cured. Of Ihousands sold, in
no instance has it failcd of a cure. Proof over
whclming to be hid vihere it is sold. It is aUo a cer
tain cure in ncarly every case.
(cxternally) in tbe following complaints.
For the Pile3.
For all Dropsj ,
Sote thioat by canceis or
1 i htnes? of thc chest
e.-pcrially in children.
Foul Ulccrs- of the Iegs,
or other fungus sor.ia,
howcvcr obitinats or
ChllJlains &c. &.
Some Swin-llers have counterfeited Ihis article and
put il up with various Tlevicts. Do not be imposed
upon. One Ihins only uilpuUct you it is tlie
tiarneof COMSTOCK & CO. ; that namo must b
always on the wrapper, or you are cheated. Do not
frgelit. Take this direclion wilh you, ar.d tcst by
Ihat. or nevcr buy it; for it iimpossible foi any other
tn li true nr f ptiuirif..
Sold by COJ1STOCK S; CO..
71 Maiden Lano.
CERTAIN CURE FOR SICK flEADACIIR,
which has been us-ej in families, every mcmbcr of
which has had ick hcadaclic fror.i ihfanty. as a con
slitntional family complaint, an.l has ctirci! cflectually
in cvcry inslance yet knoivn, amountiiig lo many
hundreds. It isnol unpleasant to thu taste, and daes
r.ot prerent the daily avocations of one uin2 it ; it
mu-t be pccveied in. and tbc cure is gradual, hut
reitain aud iiermancnt. Instincci are eonitanliy
multipljini wbeic this d:s!res.iing complaint is com
pletcly rclicvcd and cured, alilinuh ofycars stamliDg
by Ihc use of Dr. Sfo'm's celcbiated rernedy. Ono
dccided prclcrcncR is ils pleaantness, having none of
ihe naujeatmg ffibct of common diuji.
It nsopeifeclly Falisfactory tlat tlie prrpriclor ha
given direction for his agcnls lo icfund the price to
any one w ho is not plcascd nilh, and cured byil.
He hopcs also that Ihis raar secure its great hcnotit to
the ilitrcssed sufierris who are lariouiing under
E. Spohn, M. D. Invpnlorand Froprietor.
COMSTOCK (t CO.,
71 Maidea Lane New York.
Fr- Ihe New Ynrk Herald.
a guntlcmin bcloiigin to ona of the most anciao
and weallhy families ol Ihis city, who must be well
known lo numcroU3 friends, having since Ihc year
1818 u; to rccently, been bent nearly douMe, and for
scvcral yeais confincd to hii bcd, has bccu rrstoud
lo go.vl health has regaincd hN natural crcct positicn
and lus quiltctl his cairiage, and now walks with
ease 1 ! We bclievc lUU is Ihe genllcman's own dts
criplion as ncara3 possib'e, and there is noaxaggcra
tion in it. We will give inquirers his addreis, and
dcubtnot hijhumane feelings will cxcusj Ihe liberty;
so Ihat any onc doubting-, may l:now thesc facts
lliou'h he rcquirc.s Iiis name may not appcar in print.
Among othcr similar instanccs, Mr. Jas. G. Raynolds
111 Chrislis St. Iia bec.i restored and will give
personal a-:surance cf the facts of his case. Both
were ihcumalism, and contracted cords and sincws.
How has this been done l
Asswer. By the I.-.dian Vegctable Elix
er internally, and Hev.es' Nebvk aud Ilosn
Limisie cxternally N. Y. Ilcrald Jan. 26 1S41.
Sold only by COMSTOCK & CO..
71 Maiden Lane, New Yotk. 10:ly
CLEANLINESS OF THE IIEAD AND
Strange it is that persons who atlcnd strictly to
per.-oiul, cl?anline3s. baths, &c. should ncglcct the
Hcad he Hair thc most cssential thc most expos-
cd and the most beauiiful, though properly carcd
for, of all tho gifts of Ihe Creator. Perfeclly free may
itbekcptofdandrulT orscurf witb a certainly thit
Ihebaircannotfailout. by llieuse of the Balm or
Columbia . Ladies u ill jou make your toilet without
this article ? I answcr fearlessly, No, ifyou navoonce
Iried and expcrienced its punfying trect it, sweet
A'h'nndred aiticles have been put foith on the
ciedit of this the only first tho only really valuable
article. A nnsi of testimony fruin all classes to ihcif
Counlerfeits are abroad look a way for the name
of COMSTOCK & CO., on the splendid wrappers
and never buy it without that name. .
ROBERT WHARTON, Esq., late MayororPhila
uelphia, has certified. as may be seen below lo tha
higl charaeter oj Ihe following genllemen.
7 e undersigncd do hereby ce.ttfv that we hare
trird the Balm of Columbia discovered by J. O.dridge
and have found it hfeMj scrviceable not ordy as a
preTentive against Ihe falling off orhair, but also a
WAI. THATCHER, semor,
' Mctfcodist Minister in St. George charge,
No. 86 North Fifth-rt.
JOHN P. INGLES, 331 Arch st.
JOHN D. THOMAS. M. D. 163 Race ff.
JOHN S. FUREY. 101 S Pce 't.
HUGH McCUllDY. 213 South 7th st
JOHN YaRD, jr., 123 Arch st.
For sale !y S. MOODY. Druggist. ll;ly
JUST received, ior
saleat thc lowest
prief s by
A. & W