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CBir is now reccivmg the r'cnest, bestj and cheapest stock of Staple andFaIlCy l)RY GOODS, he has evcr offcrcd in this inarket for casn only. Scpt. 13, 84t. mv GOODS. z. BECKWITH &. CO. would mvitc all their neichbors and friends to at- icnd tbe extensive sale rich, rare, and Fashionable New Gcods, nowgoingonat tlic OldStand. They do notconsid er it neccssary to spin a lon yarn, but would eimply e.iy tliat if people want to get a little bctter article at nbncr price than thcy can btiy oIchcre thcy w ould do w ell to call at the store of Sepl.24, 1S44. Z. Beckwith & Co. FALL G000 THE subscri'jcra arcrecciting in addition to tlieir tprinj ."tock, a large aasortment of diiirable Wis- TER GoODS,vii: A'pacras, alpines, Indiana and Orleans cloths, lunette crape nnd M. DeLaines, Cashmcre De Cesse.AlTgliaiisatins, Amcr iran and Scotch Ginghams, Tartan plaid &c. M.DcLainc Cashmere and llighland shnwls, alpacca aprons, broail cloths, bea vcr and pilot cloths, cassimcrc and satmctt - nt all prices, brown and bleachcd cottons vcry low, Prints,Bocking flanels &c.and a large lot of Gwceries of all kinds, very low, crockery. glass and linrdware, inedicines, oils and paints, Iron aml slce', fch salt &c. CTIie abovc, togelher with many, vcry many, arti cles not cmimeratcd, inaking one of the bcst assort .n.nu nf mnt articlcs coinmonlv Krpt in country re. tail slnrcr ,hick will be nold Umcrlhanlhclovifcst.in cxrhange for producc, Lumbcr, nAi or approved crrdil. A. & II- liilirMAH. Port Franklin, Bridport, Sept. 23, 1844 E. E. AVHITCOMB, TEACtlER OF HIUSIC AND DANCING AND THE VIOLIJf. JMlDOLEBURT, Vt. Ma. AViiitcomb aavinas-ociatedhimsclf with Mr. Barstow, wilUuraislia CbtillionBandforall Balls, Codlpon partics, &c. 23 0 S M Tliis Limc called Water Iimc Tlie-ubcrihcr will now kcep coMtanily on band for wlc, eilherin casks or bulk. One Kiln from his qoarrv. aboul 400 bushcls was burned Iastyear,groundtsold out, and uscd, anu is rmiiounccd first rate. Cash paid for casks.Flour Barrel.i. 2 hcads 12 1.2 lhcadgrts. 23 EZRA 1UCI1. Shoieham, Riclrg Mls, Strav Heifer. CAMU into the cuclosure of the subscri ber, about the last of June, a broivn two-ycar-old-steer. and a rcd heifer. The owner is rcnucsted to prove property, pay chargcs aud -i . PDiWHK nl JVP8 laKO tnera away. riwmwi Bridport, Sej. 27th. 1814. 22;3 CK LEWIS' B0ST0N & MONTREAL PACKAGE EXPRESS, vtf KMn. Ibnivi rnl!3.L'hcstcr. Kiitland Middlcburr. Xeinnncsand Burlington; leave Dnslon AIUKDAYS of eacli h cik, 7 o'clock. A N.lhrou!:a toBurllnon Intwo wlitn ne Intersecu nith WalkcriCo. for Mon irraL lare DarBnsinn TIIUIISDAYS of cach wcck : 4 n'ckick A. M throu'h lo Boslnn ln two dars. for tbe liurposc tninsniUlini SpJel Ilaiik tiolcs aail Emall Tack- apw oi uootis, LOllccnng ana I'aying jiuics, aml Cills amt I'ransactin; all kinds 01 lumess. UFFICES.-ln Cosrnn. al Adauis&Co's. No.OCourt Sl, Eatl lloae, No. 30 Ilanovcr bl.; Rurlinpon, at Amcr ican llousc South Sidc tiqunrc. and at all the Ftapc IJiiusrsnn Routc. S II. ltarkackaos'I.F.WISXPEE3. Cloalc and Drcss Goods. Caslnncrcl) Ecossc, Galcnos, Scmcndria, Tara-m.-)tta,Zcnolia, Byzantinc, Medoras, AIiacca7,Silk and C'ot Crape, Mcrinos, Parrisscnne Crape, and M. D Iaiii,furralechean l,y Stpt. 2G, 1S44. P. W. COLLINS. Mufls, Ifca? , Bonnct VelicU, Ribbons and Vinter ArtiCci il-s Unlics ready madc Gip, Ladies Girdles, XVintcr Jlitts.Varis Cord,Giai)saiid Fringes.Frcnch dshmcre 4" I'hidSIiaKbr.x. &cjust reccivedand fursalcby I. W CoLI.153. Shorehnm, Sept. 2Gth, 1944. THE UEST ASSOItTMEXT, of Cloths, Cassiracrcs, and Vestings, in the coun ty, will be found at Broicn Sf Shddon's. SALT. Turk's Island, Coarse 'Westcrn & Fine Dairy K-lt, jnsi receircd at STEWARTS. Alpacca Lustrcs, &c. Alpaccas Silk and Cottonwarp, Alpacca Scrges, AlfKicca Apron?, and Alpacca Crarat?, Jasl RecM Srpt. 18,1341. at BIRGE'S. India Rubber Shocs. GcnL & Ladies I. R. Shoes, Sandals, Bus l;ins &cat Uirge's. Sept. 18th, 18-14. Storage & Forwarding Potie on tlie most rcn?onabIe tcrms, bv A. B. & R. M. ClilPMAN. Port Franklin, Bridport, Scp tcmber 27th 1S14. WrslPrn ?nlar Snll at 35 cls i.rr I.msI.pI , Turks Island at 50cts " ' , Barrel Salt at Sl 25, at Port Franklin by Sept. 28. A. B. R. M. CHIPxMAN. FAUEWELL'S Slips, Walking Shoes,Gaitcrp, Butkins, for ladies and Misscs, Chacks.and Boys Cn gans, for salc by Shoreham, May 14, 44. H'rigld 4y Bash. L1STOFLETERS rcmaiuingin the Post Office in Middlebury Vt j tn.u icii. OtllU, xc-i-i Atnood Miss Alzina Barker Russcll Brown Mrs Eliza Case Abel P. Clark Julius Esq. Conlin Barney Dean Carlton S. Davis Chrisby Ester Warner Ficld Winslow Flagg Wm. Fitch W. Ilipsibith Forbes W. Eunice Foster Jliss Helen Goodnough Francis Grain Jolin (Jregorv SlissElIen HopkinsMrs F. W. Hawkins Mrs Lucy Ilall Elias Kinmati David'Esq. Keitb Leouard McRemney 2 Long'.iy Jliss JTary McNanney Thoinas McColIam Magarett Mnrgau MrsAdeline a. May Dr. Jesse Mulieu George Nutting Mary M. Otis Albert II. Peck Elihu P. Rosenstraus Mr. Scott Reu' Jonas Sargcant Snmual Stockwell Miss Ruth Scribner S. It. Longly Miss Mary Thoinas Mrs Harrict Hier Eber Hibert Mons Hilbaire Jaiues Weavcr tlousc Miss Juba AnnWilson Wm. HoitHarvey Waiuwrigbt George Hyar .Miss M. W. Walker Henry AV. CIIARLES BOWEN, P. M. Tackle lilocks. O.H- rirIare iic a niiwricrarticlc, for Ealeby A. FRANCIS. ATTHIS. IHE Subscriber has takcn a shop in the . Imvpr mrt ofthe buildine occupied by HnVvov Wilror. whcre he is readv to wait upon all who maj favor him with a call. Having had years of experience in tbe line HAIR CUTTiHG & SHAV1NG, he feels confident thatthose whomay favor him wilh an opportunity to exercise his skill in thcse matters, will not go away dis nppointed. Perfect satisfaction given or no chargcs made. Constantly on Iiana anu i for sa'c, a gencral assortment of TOYS, for children aud also COXFECTIOAAIS. of evcry kind at the lowest prices. The hungry r.an also be accommodated with the substantials of life in rooms neatly fitted up for that purposc. The shop has undergone an entire and thorough rcpair and its proximiiy to the cooling waters of Otter Creek, and the in- vigorating;t)reeze3 inauoiiowiis courseren ders it a delightful rctreat from tbe hcat of a sumincr's sun, and dust that at times ren dcrsshops on Ihe streclso insupportable. He hopes to receive the calis oi nis o.u friends and as many new oncs as possiblc. A. U. UlSUNb. June 1 1th, 1814. 7;3m. TEMPERAXCE HOUSE. The subscriber trould respectfullr inform the nnblic that he has takcn the Tavern Standfforra- erly occapied by Joseph C. Huntington on the west siue oi tne Dnage, in iuiaaieDury, ana m tcnds to kecp a house of public cntertainment up on strict Tcmperance principles, and hopes to se- eure tne naironacc oi au vao wm dc saueu with the firjt rate accommodalions which such a housc can afTord. He has had rnuch experience in this line of busines., and flatlers himsclf that by his assiduous atlcntion to supply the wants of tion to all those who may favor him w ith their custom. I ALLEN II. IIAWLEV. Rliddlcbiiry, April 9th, 181 1. 49 The New and Elegant Boat Gr A E L A I D , CAPT. A. P. HOBART, "7ILL eormnenco her regular trips bo V V tween this City and Buffalo in con nection with the Packet, J. SHERMAN, running night and day as follow Leaves Vergennes, Leaves Buffalo, July 9th August 20th Soptembcr 17th July 22d Septcmbcr2d Septembcr 30lh OcJobcr 7otii Uctober 2StU This packet is finislied in a stylc unsur- passcd by any Packet c.ther on tho Nortb ern or Westcrn Canal. Her Rooms are large and airy, her nrrangements nrc such that seventy-fivc to cighty can be accom modated with bcrths without inconvenicncc. An expericnccd Captain and crew will spare no pains to .nakc a journcy from this place to Buffiilo pleasant. Evcry facility will be givcn to Fnmilics who wish to board thcnisnlvcs. For furthcr particulars cn nuirc of R. CHAPMAN, Agenl. Vergennes Vt JOY & WEUSTElf, Bufralo, W.M. STIMPSON, N.Y. Vergennes, June 13, 1844. 8;6m Wool Carding. The machines at tho old staud of D. P, ash in first rate rcpair, and the busincss of Wool Cardinj will be continucd on rea- sonahle tcrms and in a workman likc man- ncr. C.L. SM1TH. Ncw-Havcn East Mills, June 1st. 1844. New Store THE Subscriber has takcn the Store in Jlonkton Borough, rccently occupied by J Jliner & Co. and is now roceiving and open- ing a splendid stock of New Goods, reccntly purchased iu New York and Troy, compris- ing almost every vanety usually Uept in country atore, consisting of Groccries, Ifardjcare, CtocIcct; and Glass- icare, Drus, Medictncs lyamls,Lin ceed Sf Lamp Oil, Cut y U rought Nails, Ulndow Glass, Pully Cod Fish, Mackercl, LivcrpoolSall. ALSO, Supcrfinc Flour which he intcnds to kcep constantly onliand, and sell at 12 1-2 cents advance from tbe Vercnucs price. He would sav tohisformerfricndsand thcpnb- iic that ne uesigns to Kcep a gooa supply oi an the articlcs wanted by the people, ana to sell as chcap as can be obtaincd at anv otbcr store in ths State for Cash, andon themostaccommoda tinz'termsfor other pay oroashort approved cred- -. Tl 1 11 3 f . m. iu i icusc can iiuu ujluuiuiu lur yonricives. xuc people of Starksboro' and especially those who have becn in the habit of tradins wilh him in New Havcn, are respectfully mvited to call. i . u. l u. Monkton, May 8, 1811. 2 THE WORCESTER PREMIUM EAGLE PLOW. Thc bcst plow now extant: and which drcw the prcinium nt the plowing match of the Massachusctts Agricultural Society last fall. Nothiug more could be ncccssarv than a s'atcincui oi inis lact, to commenu it to tlie fanncrs of this reg.on. It has given perfect salisfhction whercverit basbcen tcsted. The subscriber has the abovc PIows for salc at his establishincnt in Middlebury nnd feels ccrtaiu that it is a first rate implement of liusbandry. ROYAL D. FARR. Middlehury April P, 1814. SMER GOODS. BROWN & SHELDON, have just re ceived a general assortment of Goods for the scasnn, including English, Gcrman, and Fan cy Cloths aud Cassimercs; Docskins.Sweeds Gambroous, &c; richSatinand SilkYestings, Calicoes, Balzorincs, Lawns, &C.&C, which will be sold cheap for cash. April 7lb, 1844. 1 , CRAVATS. Genfs silk and satin Cra- j vats, Ladies' Crarats, Blk. Ita). Cravats; Pa . tent Rubber Braces, Silk Suspeuders, &c. ior saie oy BROWN & SHELDON. April 7tb, 1844. l Hartford. THE subscriber has bcen appointed Agcnt for the Hartford Fire Lnsurince CoiirAnr for Middlebury and vicinitv. and will proposals for insnring property against loss or damage by Fire. Tho long established renula- OD Of this COmpanV. and the nromnlno..! wilh which all their transactioni have been I characteriscd renderitnnnecessarytosayany thing initsfavor. AU bussiness eonnected with the affice intrusted to him will be faitlr fully and punctually transacled. JONATH l M IIAf:rf 51WIUn, F.I, !c 1C13 . MidJkbary, Fob.26, 1813 42;y Agcnt. GEORGE S. SWIFT, ATTORMEY AMD COUMSELOR AT LAW. iHnrtJlrimrB. t., Offiet in tlie lioom occupltd ly Oie Counly Cltrk, in fVainwrighCs brick Buildin. March. 26th 1844. 47;tf. THE KING'S 0!L FOR all wounds on llorKs and Cattle, snch as BRUISES, C0T3, F1STU- LS. SPRAIN3. CORKS.galls either by the Sadle or Collar, tsUKfc. UAlrk, SORE BREAST8, Scralcbei &c. Scc, and wonnds of erery description remoTiug all sorc nesa and jliflness, and beilingup the worst wounds in from one to fivf day time. THIS CELEBRATED REMEDY wa prepared by order f His Majesty, tbe late King Wm. IV. of Great Britain, under the direc tion of Mr. Youatt, the oelebrated English Farmer and oscd by him in the Royal Stndof Horses only. Dircctlons. Dip a feathcr into the Oil and spply to the wound cr sorc, twicea day or, in sevcrc wounds, wct a rag in tbe oil, and bind on tlie wound. N. B. Shake the bottle before using, and kcep it well corked. Trice 25 cents. To bs liadat this OfSce. 10;tf 1844. VERGEHHES AMD TROY LIME. M. D. IIALL & Co. THIS liue of Boats will be in first rato re. pair at the opening of Navigalion and will com mcnco runnin? to and from Troy & Vergennes. Leavnig Versennes every I aesday and sai'ir- dav morninir at 7 u'clock A. 31.. and Troy cve- rv wedncsday and Satuiuay at 3 ociocu r. i. Frcight will be received in Troy up to the hour of starting. Freigbt lo be shipped from Ver gennes must be on board the day previous. Passcngers travelling South will find this a chcap and convcnient rout asjwell as expeditious, and no paias will be spared torenderthem cm fortablo and salisfied. 1 he Proptietors of tbis Line hopo and belicve that tho promplncss and dcsnatch. that Goods are shipped by this lina will ensuro them a full share of Tublic Patron- age. R. CHAPMAN, Agent. Vergennes. M. D. IIALL, AEsnt. 255 River Street up Stairs Troy, N.Y. Vergennes, Apiil 1st 1844. 1844 VERGENNES & BUFFALO LINE. THE CANAL PACKET, J SHERMAN. CAPT. F. M. SIIAW. WILL eoinmenoe her trtps on the SOth-tfpril betwecn tbis Uity and liulljlo N. y. Runninir day and night as follows : Leaves Vergennes, Leaves Buffalo, April 31) fliny 13 .May 28 June 10 June 25 July 3 Aug. G Aug, 19 Sept.' 5 Sept. 10 Oct. 1 Oct. 14 Oct. 29 Nov. 11 This Packet will be in first rato order for thc accommodatiun of Passcngers and freight. Will leave Vergennes nt 7 o'clock in tne morning, towed by Steam Boat to Whitehall. Freight must be on board the day previous. 1 hose moving or visiting their friends in the far West will fmd this thc most cxpcditions. and at thc saine tiin the cheapest route they can take. Those who choosc to do so, can havo every facili- tv forBoardinzthemschcs. Due attention will bc naid to all passcnsers by a careful Captain and crew. For further particulars cnquirc OI 11. CHAPMAN, Agcnt, Vergennes JOY & WEBSTER, ? WM. STIMPSON, 5 UullJl0' Vergennes, April Ist 1814. ST0V 0 HOLLOW WARE, &c. The Subscriber will keep onhand a full and complctc assortment ofSTOVES, of the most approved I'attcnis, Together with a gencral assortment of TIN. COPPER & SIIEET IRON WARE, which will bc sold at a great rcduction from former pnces. Also PKL jiiUiUi.AUl.li rL,OWH.rotunm Vorces ter Mass. suncriorto atfv thins of the kind. ever offercd in these parts. Also Sash, Door- uuuus vc. manutacturcd m lirandon. J. B. WILSON. Inthc crecn Store. formcrlvnccunied bvR D.Farr. ' JD.-tf ACKEHEL Codfish and Tnblo Salt o supenor nunlitv, for sale nt. RUSSELL vS- GR1DLEYS Dcc. 4, 1S43. Wool Growers, TAKE NOTJCE .' The subscriber would respcctfullv inform the public that he has commenccd manufacturio?. in the Woolen Mill, formerly occupied by Edward Jewett, at New Haven East Mills, and employed tne cesi worKmen,pui nis macnjnery m inorough repair, and is in readincss, to rcceivc, and manu- lacture nooi mtq PLAIN CLOTHS, UASS1MERES, AND FLANNELS, On reasonable terms. bv the vard. oron Kbniw which he pledges himseif shall bc done in the bcst manner. and to the satisfaclion of all who mar favor him with their patronagc The subscriber wili give strict, and coastant pcrsonal atlention to the buiiness; and from the long experience he nas naa as a manuiaciurer, nopes to receive libcral share of the pubiic patronage. JSJJWAKU I'HAIU. N. B. Cloth dressin? done as usual. and in as gooa styie as possible. ii. p. tiecr taaven East fliius, Apru sa, ib-h. 49 ARE now receivinir a ccneral assori mcntof NEW GOODS, eaited to thc wants of the commurjity.uiiicb witbtbe Ktock on band, is mtendcd to embrace eTcry article deFired bv our customcrs. i .f.i fut.-r j J ' NEWSTYLES OF GOODS, for ladies dresses, such as: Aalqarines, organdies. Delaines. muslinti. lawns &c. &c. Bonnets anri Ribbons a creat tariety. Clolhs and Cassimeres a large stock. Summer cloths of erery stjle and price. Hardtvare, Crockery and Ghss warc, Drngs nnJ MlMn.i Crnr.,'.. . Painln. Oil. Imn Nails, Glasi.Dry Fish, Salmon, Salt Flour, Window Sah, &c. &. Their stock in fact, embraces CTery article nsnallr for this section of the country, nhicli will bejold forreadypay, orapprovederedit in all cases as low as can be procnred in the county, and Icss whcre tlcost will warrantit. Shoreham. May 10, 1544. 2 ES TIM A Confcctionaries. This day rec'd 1000 lbs. Frcsh Confcctiou- arics, from the Mauufacturer, for sale by CYKUS KUSSELL. New Trcatmcnt of Consumptio n Buehan'i Hangarian Balsam nf Life. Prepared in London, Ensland, and rcc- commcnded by nll cfthe most celcbruted r nysicians in feurope. oohl wnolcsale re tailby RUSSELL & GRIDLEY, Mid dlebury. Agcnts for Addison County. THE Patent tace. INFENTEDBYE. P. BANNIXG M.D. or PiTTsnuRGH Pesxstlvasia, Will be kept constantly on hand by Dr. W. P. RUSSEL, of Middlehury, he having purchased of the Original Patcntee the ci clusitc right to mdkt and rend the same with- iu'aud for the Couuty of Addisou, Vt., and in Essex County State of New York. The ralent Lace nas now occn ueiore tne )ublic for a number of months hundrcds lavc bcen applicd iu diflerent parts of the country, and witn a success nevcr ueiore equalled by any remidial agcnt. Numcrous well autheuticatcd ccrtihcates of itsbcncficial iuflueucc iu the rcmovai ofdiseasesof long standiug, might be furnishcd from this imme diate viciuity in additiou to tlie statcment of cascs and cirtificates of cures furnishcd by Dr. Banning and otlicrs. But this is not deemed necessary, as at the present time ref- ercnce can be given to individuals weanng the Lace in ncarly every Town in the Coun tv. Phisicians have long fclt the iiecessity of a sunporter diuercntly constructcd aud more perfect iu its adaptation to the luimati form than any that had bcen prescnted to thc pub lic. The invcntion of Dr Bauning's mects with their gencral approhation, as it is de- signed to rclicve symptoms, aml to remcuy a class of physical maladics which can not bc rcachcd uy meuiciues alonc. The dccent or displacemcnt of the viccra from relaxatioii of thc abdominal musclcs or other causes tends to altcr and dcrangc tho functiou of every organinthe humansystem, and in manv cases this dcviation from the natural hcalthy position of parts is the sole causc of cencral dcbilitv in Males & Female3 of Dyipepsia, aflcctions of the Stomach and L.wt ralpitalion oj ine ucari, ajnnai im tation. Ilusteric Ilvpocondria, Pilcs, Prolap- sas Uleri, Supprcssion of Urine. Tho Bron cliilis of public spcakers, and incipient Con sumplionM of w hich will be much rclievcd if not entirely removcd by the use of the Pa- lenl Lace, when tlieir cxistcnce is causeu uy Physical derangcment anda mcchauical dis placemcnt of parts which can be rcadily as ccrtaincd by obscrving the form and symp tnms nf the nerson nffcctcd. This iustrumcnt has bcen cxamined by Drs. Mott, Roscrs, Franccs and Onscom ofNcw York, tho Faculty of Pittsbtirgli Hartford aud New Haven and has obtained their favorable tcstimony. Application for the Lace can be made at the honscof the subscriber, two doors south of the Court House. Paticnts at a distancc will be visitcd at their rcsideuce if required A specimcn of the Lace together with va rious kinds of the most approved Trusscs now in use can at any time bc examincd nt tho Dmggist store of Russcl & Gridlcy first door south of thc Post Ulhcc. W. P. RUSSEL. Middlebury, Fcb. Cth 1844. J0;tf Hats!! Hats!!! AT THE OLD STAND A TEW R0D3 NORTH TIIE J1IL. THE subscriber would infoim thc public that he has on hand a large assortment of black and drab Hats of the latcst New-York fash- ions, which he olTers lowek por casii ormost kinds or Prodcce than can be bought in this county. JOHN JACKSON. N. B. The highcst price will bepaid for lambs wooi anu lUusxrai SKins. j. j. Middlebury, April 17, 1811. 51;tf. SALT & FLOUR. Just received and for salc, Iowcr than cv cr before offcred in this Market. 100 bls. salt in priine order. 1000 hushcla Salar salt, a superior articlc, OU0 small uags, in perfect order. Flour constantly on hand, first quality.war- rantcd, wmcn will bc sold Iowcr than any otner jilace m tliis Uity. Call aud scc. W. CHAPMAN. Vergennes, August 2d, 1844. For Sale. A valaable housc and lot in East Middlebury, formerlv owned and occunied bv Levi Smith de- ceased. Thc house is ncwly built, and the lot contains onc can acre, and is about in the ccntrc of the village. Partof tlie price must bcpaiddown, and time given ior ine Daiance. CHANCEY L. BRANCH. Middlebury, Scpt. 1 1th, 1841. tf Imj)ortant Discovery. TIIE subscriber Is happy in bcing able to inform thc public ihatlie has broiHittoli"ht, a itlcdicinc bv MMiLiikjpai.iiff, tnnguone5,cc. on norses CAN BE UURED. He knows that hcrctoforc such things blrc bcen i.eemcu mcurable, but now can bc curcd, and horses afllicted in this wav can bc rendercd jtnnnrl and np- ful. Good teslimonials can be furoUhcd from pcr sons who have made uscofiton tlieir horses and ahrays to their ratisfaction Said Jledicine is for tale by ilie subscriber in Cornwall, Vt. 19. tf. JOSEPH K. SPERRY. MEDICAL INSTRDCTION. The subscriber conlinues lo givo Med- icai msiructton, aesigned by pariicular at icntion to indigenous medical Botany, and totno pnncipai nractical subjecls of gene ral Thcrapeutics, to adapt the courso to thi requisites of thoso who inlend to bocomo Countrv Practitioners. He has encoRed S. Pearl Lalhron, A. M. M. D., to instruct in natural sciencc. and in human and eomparalive Analomv. Gentlcmcn who dcsire may have admis sion to the Lectures civen in tho Col!efG ou oncinisiry, inaiurai mstoryand Philos ophy. JOiVATHAN A. ALLEN. Middlebury, Dec 20ih 1843. 33;tf. Snuff. D R. M A R S II A L L S Aromatic aud Hean ache catarrii siturr! Thissnniru tiinirin. io auj iiHiie iei Kunwn ior remnvrinrr f har Hi. ease. ine uaiarrn, and alao a cold in the head & thi h'adac! o. It opens and purges oatallob- structions.sircngtbcns the rlands, and cives a iiuauuv otnuu iu iuu iiaris anecieu. ll is nerlf tly free from anv thi'Jc deletcrious in ita rnmnn. mon bs a picsenl nvor,and has immedato effect Iter beini! nsea, is acreeable. Priei 37 1.9 cents per bottle Each bottle contains abnut thrps fimo. qnantity ot me severai Kinds of Catarrb snnff, now ieiuuK iuner prico ana is inereiore cneapcr, s well asbette'r than ant thing of tbe kind in msrxci. Sold by tho Pronrietor chnrli nnt.. i;a dlcbury, Vt Wm- C.Simpson &- Reed, e', Brin' ley. JUessre, Lewis. Boslon, H. Phelps&Co. A. B. &.D Sands. and othpn. Nntv vn,t i, druggists generally in tho U. States & Cinida. .For the consumplnn oj the L.vngs. THE bcst stedicine known to man for ln cipient consumption.asthma. of eveiy slago Blcedingof the lungs, coughj.colds. liver complaint, and all discases of thc pulraon arv ornans, Nature's oicn Prescription.A com pound Balsamic preparation of tho PnnN ns Vieginiana, or 'Wild Cherry Bark', rnmhinnrl wit h tho extrar.t of tar, prcpar. prl hv n nf-w chemical nrocess, approved and recommcnded by tho mostdistitiguish erl nbvsicinns. and universallv aknowN cdged Ihe most valuablo medicinc ovcr dis covered. No auaekerv! No Deceplion!! All pub- lishod siaiements of cures perlorrr.ed by this medicinc, are in every respect tiue. Be careful and get thc genuine 'Dr. ms taHs Balsam of Wild Cherry,' as spnrious imilalions nrc abroad. 30 Ordcrsfrom any part of the country should bo nddrossed to Isaac Butts, No 125 Fu'ton street. New York. Ru3s.sl and Gbidley, Chemists & Druggists, Accnts F. luntingtoD, Vergennes. Wrighl's INDIAN VEGETABLE F'LI.S; -OR- Indian Purgativc. rHHOUGH many medicineslia obcen B before tho public for a mu" h longer poriod than Wright's Indian Vt-relable Pills, yct nono stands now in hig1 ct reputo, or has more tapidly allaincd a . t n hold upon popular estimation. The iiicjsakos that have used them throughout the Icngih and breadlh of tho republic, all bear checr ful testimony to their thorough ejficacy and mild operation when employed in tho most distressin': disordors 'which flest is heir to." Thc thcory of diseasc on which Wrigh'.'s Indian Vegctablo 1 ibs arc loundcd is tlns viz: Ihal there is only one ptimary cause, of all ihe disordors that afflict thc human familv. and ihat is corrupt humors; or. iu other words impurily of Blood. This principle is now so generally admittcd that it may in lact bo said to do sustamea oy an univeisality of opinion, the fow disscn ters constitulmn but a verv feeb!e minori'.y It is uscless, thercfore.to discuss the sound ncss of this theory in this place and con nexion. The one disease principle bcins adinit ted. ihe modo of atiack professed by all nractilioncrs bccomes tbe same namfl pukgation. But mtiny of ihe so-called spe cifics now before the public, produco only one form of purgation: they are either au dorific, cathartic, Diuels or cxpectorant. Wrinht's Indian Vegetablo rills comhine all thcse nroneriics, & are "thcreforo calcu lalcd to nttack theo lemcnts of disease at all points, and by a harmonious and combinc operation to cxpel it radically from the sys' tem. Their cflect 13 nlmos: magical, and is no lcss astonishing for its mildncs than its clhcacy. uoth sexcs, and all agcs may cr.iploy them, accorqing to thc dtrcctions, without fcar, for whilc thcy are certain to cure all discases that arc rcmediablc, thcy nevcr inflict an iniury upon tbe systcm Tlie perfect safcty of thc medicinc is an other all important quality, and one wbich has contributcd more than anythingclsc to its c.ttension and popularity. In n word, this medicinc commcnds itself strongly to tbe patronagc ofthc pub!ic,and its use bids fair to bccomc before long, al most univcrsal. CAUTION. Thc citizcns of New England arc pectfully informed that in consequcncc of thc great popularity which Wright's Indian Vcgetablc Pills have earncd by their aston ishing goodncss, a canr of t'ounterfeiters are now induslriouslv cnsaced in nnlminir on thc unsuspccting, a valueless and per- hius datifferous mcdicmo, unucrtue name ot indian vcgctaule i'llis. This is to inform thc public, that thc gcnu ine medicinc has on thc boxes, "Wright's Indian VcgetablePills (Indian 1'urgative; op the North 1merican College of Health." And also around thc bordcr of the labcl will bc found in small typc, "Entered ac- cording to the Act of Congress, in thcyear 1340. bv Wil latn Wriebt, m the Clerk's ot- licc, ol tbe ilistrict uourt ol tnc castcrn uis rict of Pcnnsylvania. Ihe public will also rcmcmbertat a: who sell thc gcnuinc Indian Vegetable PilLs are proviueu witn a ccrtilicatc ol agcncy signed by William Wright, Vicc Presidcnt OF TIIE NORTH AMEUICAN COI LEGE OF HEALTH. nnd that pcdlcrs nre ncver in anv case nl lowed to sell thc genuine medicinc. All travelhnr Accnts will be nrcvidcd with ccrtificate of Agency as abovc describcd, and those who cannot show onc will bc knowu as base imposters. Thc following bishly respcctable pcrsons have bcen appointed agents for the salc of tlie auove nameu. Wrtght's Indian Vegelable Pills. OF TIIE .NORTH AMEIUCA COLLEGE OF HEALTH. AGENTS. RUSSEL & GRIDLEY. Middlebury. S. MOODY. Needham and Dennis, East Middlebury, P. W. Collius. Cornwall, B. F. Haskell, S. L. Sprague, Weybridge; New Haven; Bristol, Lincoln; Fjrrisburgh; Leicester; S disbury; S idbury; A. r. Koscoe, Munson Dean, Sliales & Web'o. S. S. Johnson, Iluntloy & Hiccins, Ira Bingham, Jbhn Simonds 2d, Whiting; Tuppcr & Breakneridge; Srtrksborougb; v.j. urown, Aldison; F. Huntington. Vi rgennes, ll.idport. i Shoreham; Oi-.vell; P. Fletcher & Son. Frost, Wripht d Bush, John Simonds Jr. Ncaring &nd Catlin, W. Chinman & Co. . ' J 0'L.dNGDEY, Trovcling Act. REMEMBER Thc only OfEcc in Bostonwhore the Indian Vegetable Pills can be obtaiued is at 198 rremont Strcct 861 Principal Officr ane Genernl Dcpot,169. prucc strcct, Philadelphia. 35;ly C0MTAG10US DISEASES, and changes of Tempcramcnt. WATER icust be adaptcd to tho flesh, or there will be no prppgation of the species. The soil must be adapted to the secd, or there will be lo incrcase. The climale must have those matlers in it wbich wbich Will unite and kcep alivo epidemical or contagious poisoc9, or -nl T .1 t na t.tnnttiat is unsupplicd with oil. So Itkewise with tbe llunnn iramc; it cannoi ne maieriauy mt" ed by epidemical or contagicus maladics unless there bo those matterslloatingin tbe circulatlon wbich oller '.he appropriate soil. uy purnying onr lioiiips wilh ihe Crandrcth Pii-lp, which have aflinity with those impurities upon which contagion leeds, we maj always fcol secure whatever diseasps may rage around us. Truc, wn. mav have it. but it will be the affiir of a nr Iwo. while those who have been too wise i. li!simnleand excellent remedv. either die. or have weeks, peihaps months of sickncss. Sudden cnanges irom noi io cumy uin !,r nnfavorablo to heallh. and it is a fact nnt nnnorfnl .rpnla in nrcducinl diseaeo. and that constant ort and canstant wet weameraiu botb favorablo to its generation: it docs notsig-l i " " -o . nify Wiiat we call it: it may be ague; roay be dyscntary ; bilions fever; it may be broncbi tis; it may becholic; it may be consumplionof tlie bowels; it may noinuammaiiou oi iuo"" els, it may be inflanimation of thc stomach; it mav be neivous affection;but still it is disoase, and a diseasc c&rableby Brandreth Pills, be cause they rcmovo all impurities from the body all that can in any manuer fced the further progn-ss of the malaLyno matter how called; thus theso pills aie not only the most propcr medicine, but generally the only msdicine that nccd orought to bc used. At the present time it is evcry mar.'s dutv who wishcsto sccnro his health to use them, it is the duty of evcry one who knows anything of their health restorine powers, to make It known in his immediate cjr Ii. Pnr tlidrn nre. nnmn atarminf. sicns. which tell of tho app.oach of diseases. Tlie sudden changcsof tempcramcnt aro moro to be feared nd irn-tnlK,) r.iin.1 IhfinnDV COntafflOUS malad The Infi.ueiza has left many in such a state or weahncss tbat thero is in them a great siiarpntiWlitv tn h a(Tc.led bv these changesol the atmosphrie and contagious maladics; but by the limelv nsc of Brandrcth's PilU even now this su:cept:bility can bc in a great acasure Imnvpil. and nmvrr crivpn to the STStCm tOre- sist these morbid poiscns.and the sudden chan- eca in me wcamcr witn wnicn An nnl.l n..nn ll.n n.tl &I1 rtavff. NatUrO haS formed thc bowcls for theevacuationof all un healthv tinmcri aml if man wculd but Use COrfl mon sense. he would take care they pcrformcd tbis office faithfully. If tlie bowtls oreout of order if tooslowor to fast. a fsw doses of Bran dreth's Pilla will hrinr Ihom to order. Ask the man whowas dying from constipated bowels what ruroil h?m lir. lcU vnn. Brandretll's Plll. Ask him who had had dysentary forsix montlis nnrl fvcrv rrtmAiIv liail filrd: llO ttill al0 tcll you tbe Brandreth Pills curcd him in a wcck J . ... ... I Tt 1 I So witn other d:sca?es. i ncive uranuruin Pills. rubbetl down in balf a pint of molasies, curcd a little boy of an ulcer of the faco which which a dozcn doctors had tricd to cure, bul could not: tho noor narcnts would have eivcn half they werf worlh lo have had il cured, but every :hingthey tried did no good, until they gave ita tcaspoonfull of molasses every day, in 1-2 a pint of which they bad rubbcd down 12 Brandreth nills: before tho wholo of the molas ses was takcn tho ulcer was curcd. And yel some foollsli people call Brandrcth's pills quack medicine. It would ba'wcll if there wero a fcw more sucb quack medinincs. Will all your prctendcd Sarsaparilla Compounils cure liko thc Brandrcin-s pills! Uan they scna jou i Knn rnrcd as Hr. Tlrandrplh can? Can thej point out to you people who had been helplcss for vears from Pnilitiiv ani St. ilas Uanci l,..n .tirpil hv ih(,!r remedics? thev cannot. Dr. Brandreth can Can Ihej point outtojoua perscn who for twenlj 'years had tiever had a stool without having oseu mi Ipirln nr mpHipInal mpans. an I whom tho Bran- pills curcd, ina raonth. and gavo him as hcalthy cvacualions.as be had wncii ho was a cmi"- If fhpv Mnnnl. T)r. Brndrplh can. Thc Brandreth Pnxs nol only cure, all curablc discases, but it can bo dcmonstiated, that by their timclv use, they must infallibly cure. In a vervshnrt time. Dr Brandreth will biing before the public a concentration of the virtuesol IhoUiandrelb pills, com in iu oT pills, and in thefiuidand thcn ho willexplain the reason or tbe cures tbat must ncccssarily be Ihe result of using Brandretiiian Rem edies, whelher they bo intcrnal orexternal or external. I have just rcceivea me rasc " medical genlleman, who rcsides in Sherbrook. Canada, who for twenly years was sorcly af flictcd with a disease, which camn out in blotch cs and scabs all ovcr his body Thisgentlcman so farforeot. his prcjudiccs which too oflen curse his profcssion, as to apply psrsonally to JJr. lirandrein, anun's cuurse provea a mypj one. Witlun six months ho was epliroiy r.urea of his miserable and tormenting disease by the uo ol lhe Brandreth nills. This valuablc roed- CIn is lorsaie ai ur iiRAnpnn" i . . . . r,n:- i i 1 Rpofiilivnr. aml 276 Ilowprv. nnd 1&9 1 1IUU- son street, at 23cls per box, with full dircclions Bo careful you get the gcnuinc; observo six sig- naturcs of JUr. uranuretn on eacn oo "" B.Brannreth and thrce Bcnjamin Brandreth. Lisl ol Acenls. Tltn frtllpivinfr arplhn onlv authorized agents Ior the Hrandrcm pillsanu i.inamcm uuiuu.i. Co. Josa. HAcAR,.iMiddleburj; Simon Tafl, Whiting; Sholes & Webb, Ferrisbu rgh Munson & Dean. Bristol;' B. F. Haskell, S. Everts, Cornwall; Roscoe & Nash, New havcn; W. R.Bixbv. Veraennes, V. Fetchorand Son, J. Frosl, Bridport; K. Wrighl U Co. bhoreham; jjimonds & Birchard, Waich Point; S. S. Johnson, Leicester. 37;ly 17.500 Boxcs of Dr. Rush's IMFALLIBLE Health Pills. HAVE becn sold duringtho tnonth of Dec, so great has been their popularity, in conso qucnco ol lhe numerous cures they have e0ect. ed. Every person who uscs these Pills rccom mcnds them to others as the Best Medicine thcy have ever takcn so gentloin their opera tion. and sosure in civing rsiici. It is now conceded by tbe most cmincnt of the medical faculty, that tbe stomacn is tne seat or fountain cf all disease; ihat it is, as il were, tbe centre from which procced all tnee vils produccd by forcign or irritating causes, and which from tbence sprcod lo every part ol the animal system. The proper rcode ofcure. fjierefcre, is to at tackthe citadcl in which tlie disease entrench es itself, acd no combtnation of medical agents has yet been discovered so cfCcacious for this purpose as the preparation ofthe late Dr Rush and which, from the univcrsal success attend- ing their administralion, during a practice m nearly hi'f a ccntury, were styled his "Infalli ble Uealth Pill." Their great virtuo is that they arrcst diseaso in its first approach, They are prevenlivcs as well as remedics and we will venture to say, that if laken by pcrsons when they are first affecled with symptoms of illness, many and many a case inat is cuner se rious orfatal. might be avoided. ONLY 121 cents a box. the cheapest and the bcst medicine evcr. known. Sold at the princi pal office 30 d?nn st. New York. W.- G. Daggeis. sole aeent. RUSSEL & GRini.P.v rhpmit Druggists, General agents for this county. ouu AUEJNTS. F. Huntington, Vergennes, A. P. Roscoe. T. C. Smith. New Havcn. P. W. Collins. Cornwall, S. L. Sprague, Hemac Barnura, Joseph Frost, P. Fletcher fy Son, Hammond & Co. Weybridge, Fermb u36, Bridport, do do BUiNllb, Florence, fctraw, misses uo. Cyprus. and Palm lcaf Bonnets. just re- ceired at STEWART'S. T his old stand, is now rcceivinK additions to his stock of FAMILYGROCERIE3. cmbracing evcry articlo of Tca, Sugar, Spice, CofTec, Molasses, &c. (tc. That can be found in this market. Al so a larger varietv of NDTS AND FRUIT than can bc found any whcre elso in (his vicinity, consisting in part of Pine Apples- Cocoanuts Oranges Lcmonr J Almonds S. S. do H. S. do Cicily do Shclled do lirnzil nuts Filbcrts Pcanuts Walnuts English do Pcccanuts. I V. Olives , Limes I Flgs , ijox teaizins Kcg do , ouaana do n i Curranta Mace Datcs Citrons. Ginger presems, Peach do. Orange do, Calsuv tnc iVe., And also a choicc selection or Chewing and Smo king TOBACCO. jy i;uLL would also give noticc 10 iae inliabitanls of JliJdlcbury that bc will furnish them with good FAMILY BREAD ., at tho same rate tlut flour can be obtained ujtthe Also P1ES and CAKES can be bad at au times. N. B Inn-kccncrs and Groccrs can besuppled wilh all kinds of Grocerics that can be had anywhcre. All ordcrs will be Ihankfultv received and punctually altcoded to. Jliddlcbury, July, 1844. 10, Moffat's CelcbratcdLifc Pill AND PHCENIX BITTERS. Theso powcrful purificrs and restorativcs are as mild and as agreeanie in meir operauon tho ccntlest medicinc known in medical oactico, yct as completo and prompt in their c&ccU as lhe most aufferiag patient could de sire. They thoroughly cleansc the whole sys tem, stomach, liver, inteatin s, kidncrs and bladder, leaving not all impurily behinJ lo poi son the channels ol lifc. Yct they nevcr pro tratc even tbe most debmtated, but mvisorate almost Irom tbecommencement. Nomedicincs in the umon have acnuircd a highcr, a nrmer. or more cxfnsive reputation among thc intelli- cent and respectablelamilicsot tiid Uniteu Males & . : H :.. , Tl jnu noue iu iudiuiiiiu iuiicr. uer& uu quackery whatsoever about them, for they are composcd of lhe bcst vegitable raedicinss known to medical scienco and of the brst quality that mony can procuro from any country. Hencc it is that tho proprietor has received, and is con stantly recciving, such an immense numbjrof certificalcs to ibeir astonishing efijcacy. These ceilificatcs piove Ihat thcy rapidly and com plelclycure alldcrangements of ihe digestive and BI1.1.1OUS rnNCTioNs,cosTivESESs, pilej, dyspeptia, acute and chronic rheumatism,asth ma, bronchitis, jaundice, billious and serous loosness, loss of appelite, fleth, and spirits, erup tivc and scorfulous discases, salt rheum, erysip elaSjSCurvy, dropsy, fover and ague, head-achc, fullncss of blooa in thc licaj, palpitation ofthe heait, wonns, rheumatic colds, general distres3 and dcbilily, night swcats, quinsy. soro throal, settlrd pains in the back, joints, sidcand limhs, and evea the most cotnplicatcd maledios in very advanced stages, and of invctcrale obstinacy. Their price puts them within the rcach of Iho afflictcd of all classes, andbeinj purely vegiti lile, ihcy requireneitherccnfinemcntnorchango ofdiet. Evcry family aud individual should kcep them ready for use. Prepared and sold, wholtsale and retail, hy Dr. W. B.MOFFAT. 335 Broadway N. V. Wright & Rush, Shoreham, Vt. AgenlB. Russcl & Gridlcy, Middlebury, Vt. LET IT BE REMEJ1BERED, that the la-bt-U and wrappers of Mofiafs Life Pills and Phccnix Bittcis arc now printcd from very fine enravcd plates. similar to tbe cbcck-woik od bank notes tbat the wraprers arc wh e on tho genuino medicine not jcllow. I rchascrs should always break open a packagebi fire pur chasing.and in the GoodSamarltan.acc npany ing, tbey will find a full dcscrinplio of ie new drcss for thcse excclli-nt mtdicincs. livajs examino well the labcl on tbo x orpillt nefore you purchaso. 1 3 BOOTS. 200 pairs tliickand thin, solc Leadicr.npper lcatb cr, andcalf.kins, for salc by WnicnTfc Busn. ""SEAVER'S JOINT TNERVE Liniment. AN invaluablc family medicine. Recommended by the Medical Faculty. For Rbeumatisin, Gout, Sprains. BrLises. Cramn. Lameness. Pain in the side. back. and ' Loins . Chilblains, Feons fresh wounds, Burns, scaius, Jr rcezes, Ague, ti ervous lieadacbe, and all cases of External Injury. Ifslrcngtbcns and invigorates the nerves, givcs clasticity to the joints promoles a hcalthy circulatinn of Ibc blood, and imparts strenglli lo any part ofthe system which may hare been wcaiicncu by seuntary ..auiisor disease. It is imporsible to present to the public all the cvidcnce which thc proprietors posjcss of the virtues of this Liniment. .Many families kcep it constantly by them, believing it to be the best remedy in use for discases requirirg external Ireatmrnt. The goo.l cficcis of it are truly won dcifuland altogcther superior to anything elsc cvcrdiscorep'd. IMPORTANT TO HORSEMEN 1 This Liniment is not only beneficial tothehu min systcm but, is Ihe best article that can be uscd for horses that have been called ipraincd or bruised, and for stifincss and swellm' oflh? joints, scalches, wmd.galls, frcsh wounds &e. Tbe oiiginal and genuine is prepared only by T. SEAVER & SON Druezists, WalpoleN. H. OBSERVE Evcry bottle ofthe genuine will have the signulurc ofthe proprietor! on the in sidcwrapper. Each bottle ond seal isstamped SEAVEU'S JOINT & NERVE LINIKENT, and enclosed in a blue wrappcr on whico U a rcJ labcl. rnco 25 cts per botii. For tale in .Middlebury only by Ruiset &. GnV Iey, also bv W. E. C. Stoddard, Rutland, S. D. Winslow, Pittsford; Warren and Bliss, Brandon, Iluntly & Higgins, Salisbury, A. P. Roscoe, New Haven, F. Huntington Vergennes, and by drng- gtsts and merchants generally. 2S;ly 1844. MANOFACTURING. DAVENPOKT & I0ENER, WOULD inform their patronsand the publici generally, that they have renewed their leasa o lhe raanufacturinz cslablishment ofthe Middle bury Manufacturing Co. for a tcrm of years with additional facilities for doing business. They are also making somo valuable additions lo their finishine machinery ana improvemcais, 1 rally intendmg still lo produce a t.fannA. sn table for the Worthv Sons ol ito - . . 1 Ureen Jlour.iain oiaie ana iueirjneis" w he!oppo;ite side of Ihe Lake. Thpv will receive! Wool to mannfactnre oo. shares or by tho yard and will keep an extensi" , ..nrtm.nl nr trnr'Am nn bsnd whtch IheT wu i.T.d.nrf. fnp ttW.l ftp ndvanrft on Wool leH t. I grateful acknowledgments to their patrons f their favors "and re-assure them that cfiortswili i not he wanhng to merit their fullest confideDee. manntaelcre. inev woutu azain lecan f ivyTERMS adapted to tbe TIM Middlebury. Mav 29. wnnr parppt TWINE. V W90L & CARPET TWIWX torsaiear o.