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DR.I11BABD , , u ,,
TTCTOULD tako this method 10 inform tlio inhabit
T T ants of Rutland and vicinity that.having put
chased tho promises formerly owned by J. C. Dex
ter, Esq., south of tho stage-house, ho intends to
follow tho practico of Medicine, in all its varied
branches, and hopes to merit a share of public pat
ronage, by a close attention to his business, temper
ance in his habits, and lair and lonoralle dealing
willi his customeis. His practice, for ton years
past, has boon predicated on the principles of thS
"Reformed," (or vegetable practh.o,) as taught in
New York City, and College at Washington, Ohio.
To thoso who are unacquainted with the system,
tho subscriber would inform thoni that tho Reform
ed practice Was instituted, and a medical school es
tablished in tho city of New York, in 182!), by W.
Beach, m. d. and now president of tho Reformed
Medical Society of the United Stales. Dr I), es
tablished a board of professors in tills school on the
branches of medicine, viz: Anatomy, Physioloay,
Surgery, Chemistry, Materia Mcdica, Hotany. Ob
stetrics, Theory and Practice of Physic, and Medi
cal Jurisprudence, which were as scientifically
taught as at any medical college in the country. In
this practice, no calomel or other poisonous miner
al is administered; but tho A'cgetablo Kingdom is
wholly relied onto cure or relievo tin sufferings ol
mankind. About 1820, a grant for a College was
obtained from tho Legislature of Ohio, which soon
went into successful operation, at Worthington in
that state, and still flourishes almost without a par
allel in the history of any institution. This practice
has nearly, in that sl.ite, supplanted the mineral
practico, as well as in N. Yolk and other states.
This practico is different from all others, from the
'fact that it is continually improving, and as diseases
and climates change to a certain degree, this prac
tice varies accordingly. Why not rolorm or Ml
provo the practice of medicino as well as any oilier
art or science ! The Mineral Practico has had no
important improvement for half a contury ; and al
most oUvogetable practitioners of the day aro very
much inwant of scientific knowledge in Anatomy,
Surgery elc. Hut tho Reformed Practico embra
ces the good of all systems now in vogue, in this
country. The subscriber is a graduate of tho Ro
formed Practico as woll as tho Old School, an
knows from an experience of more than ten ye'ars,
that tho vegetable practice is more safe and scientif
ic than tho mineral, and fully bolioves wero the pres
ent adherents of that practico acquainted practical
ly ,wilh this extensivo vegotablo practico, they would
willingly lay aside their minerals; and common char
ity prompts me to say it. Di II. was an ofTico ssu
dont of Dr Roach, and for moro than three years in
New York city had his able counsels and consulta
tions on patients, on most every disoaso incident pj
n dense population. I feol warranted in saying that
Dr Roach has not a rival as an author and practition
er in America. Ho has had fivo gold medals award
ed hjm as a medical author, from different societies,
(what no other physician ever received in this coun
try.) The improvements and discoveries that are
7oarly made in this reformed medical socioty, bv its
graduates, are sent to tho Presidout and published
for tho benefit of themselves and community. Tho
subscriber loft Now York city fivo years ago and lo
cated in East Bethel, and has visited patients in moro
than thirty towns in Now Hampshire nnd Yormont.
MRS. AVERY'S CERTIFICATE.
'This may certify, that Providence in his afflictions
saw proper to confino mo to a bed of sicknes about
tho last of August, 1830. I was attended by two to
spectablo physicians of the old school practico, (Drs.
Fay and Rix) about 7 months, ami grow worso under
their treatment, and not a friond or acquaintance
thought it possiblo I could over rocovor. 1 was oven
left by last physician (Dr. Fay) to die, wlioinformed
my husband and my friends that "thero was no use to
eond for any othor physician, as all lnd boon dono
that could bo done, and I must din in less than a
week." I had heard of Dc Ilibard, who treats on
tho Reformed or Vegetable Practice of Medicine, and
sent for him. Ho did notgivomo much encourage
ment but concluded to try Vegetable Medicines. At
Thattimo I was reduced so low as to be holplcs3.
I was litorally nothing but a living skeleton. I bad
what is genorally termed a fever sore, on tho left
sido, near the back bone undor tho short ribs, which
discharged more than a gill of greenish yolloW mat
ter daily. 1 had a swelling near tho right hip.which
subsequently broko in three places. My lower limbs
wore much swnllod, and I had a continued fever,
which seemed would soon destroy me. My hopes
wero nearly blasted, till I began Dr IPs. treatment,
nnd from the day 1 took his medicines, I date the
only time in my whole sickness that I was better.
I am fully satisfied that if I had continued tho min
eral practice, I should havo been numbered ero this
with the dead! I gained rapidly in recovering my
health afior taking tho medicines a few weeks, and
I was cured of the disease in about four months after
taking his medicines. I sincerely hopo all who are
similarly afllicted will try this mode of practice, and
I bolievo that no ono will havo causo to regret it.
Sherburne August 22, 1837.
Tills certifies that wo the subscribers, neighbors
and friends of Mrs. Avery, concur in the abovo cer
tificate, and recommend Dr Ilibbard's practice, not
only for this case, but for a great variety of other
diseases which havo come under our observation.
Sherburne. Jeremiah Avery, Charles Shcdd.Ma
linda W. Sbedd, Roswoll Adams, Maiy Adamsjohn
Eastman, Louisa Eastman, Louisa Eastman 2d, 5511
pha Fuller, Amasa Fuller, Lois Fuller, Mary Has
ten, Nathan Taylor, Mary Taylor, R. Estabrooksjr
Dorcas Estabrooks. Pittsfield. John Fuller, Sell.
Gibbs, I larolim Cibbs. Strc .bin tie. -A. Perkins,
O. Perkins, Aruney Abbott, 0. Dufkee, O. T. Rel
clior. Bethel. H. Marks, I. Ilurbank.
The most respectablo and intelligent physicians
of the times, aro adopting this mode of practico; for
proof of which we publish the following extract of
a letter addressed to Dr. Ilibard, by a physician of
high standing in tho Stato of Maiuo.
Extract of a letter from Dr. J. P. Alden, Belfast, Me.
Dr. Ilibard. Sir: Rcing somewhat acquainted
with tho principles of the Reformed practice, as
taught in Ohio, and being fully convinced of its
superior efficacy in combatting disease, I have avail
ed mysell of this, as the only means I could devise,
to obtain further information on tho subject. About
20 years sinco I roceived a Medical Diploma, since
which, I have been established in practico in this
town, and, if I am not mistaken, with as much satis
faction to my omployers as generally falls to tho lot
of physicians in this vicinity. Rut however satis
factory to others, it has failed of being satisfactory
to myself; and if there is any system by which dis
ease can be subdued, without at the samo lime de
stroying or essentially injuring the regular and heal
thy action of the system, I would most willingly
avail myself of it. I am ofthe opinion that the med
icine and practico would bo favorably received in
this quarter. In tho treatmont of disease, I have
long sinco learned, with deep regret, tho inefficien
cy of the Mineral Practice. The Thompsonian
Practice has been introduced hero, but lining mulnr
the management of men totally ignorant of the liu-;
man system, u uas i.iiieu in acquiring anything like
confidence. Somo of it, however, is good and cal
culated to assist naturo (in somo diseases) to throw
off disease, but it requires judgment and phvtfiologi
aal fac,s- J. P. ALDEN.
Relfast, Maine, Jan. 15, 1810.
Thoso who have kept and made uso ofthe follow
ing Family Medicine, in the oMcnsivo rido of the
subscriber, havo been obliged to call in physiri
for udvice,butseldom,forlho diseases for which 1
They positively are calculated to assist naturo to
throw offdiscasc, without reducing or thwarting her
efforts, which is all wo over ought to aim to accom
plish. Syrup for Dysentery, This is ono of tho best
medicines for the summer complaints of children,
now beforo the public, as well as for the infhmation
of tho bowels and stomach, heart burn, nausia and
THE DAY GENERAL DISCUSSION
vomiting, sickness, cholera morbus, sourness of tho
stomach in pregnancy, &c.
Cough Drops for croup or rattles of children,
asthma or phthysic, colds, coughs, consumption,
whooping cough, &c.
Diuretic Drops for all diseases of tho kidney and
tho urinary canals, diabetes, fluor albus or whiles.
Rheumatic Liniment for lamenes3, rheumatism,
sprains, bruises, ifec.
Black Salrc for ulcers, fever sores, sotcs, burns,
Itch Ointment. For tho itch, and almost all erup
tive diseases, wliero an outward application is re
quired. Anti-Dytpeplic Pills for nervous debility, dys
pepsia delicate femalo complaints, (whether in tho
young or more advanced ago), weakness nf tho kid
neys, and urinary canal, coslivcness, piles, inaction
of the liver and biliary organs, &c.
Restoration Cordial fur indigestion, female weak
ness, trembling, billious complaints, debility want
Strengthening Plastci for weakness nf the back
rnd loins, pains in the side, between the shoulders
pit of the stomach, rheumatism, &c.
Alterative Syrup Powders to purify the blood in
all case3 of ciuplions of the skin, scrofula, white
swelling, rickols, venereal taint, liver complaint,&c.
Pulmonary Balsam for roughs and consmption,
weakness of the lungs and other viscera of tho
chest, night sweats, &c.
Cephalic Snuff for polypus, catarrh,headach,&c.
Anti-Bilious Physic A common purgative for a
dult3 or children. Perfectly safe under all circum
stances. Tho best physic known for its harmless
ncss and efficiency in cleansing the stomach and ali
mentary canal, and causing a gentle flow of tho bile.
Superior for tho cure ofthe headache, either nervous
or billious, supercedes the use ofthe lancet in preg
nancy, in immoderate flow of blood, Ac.
Fever Drops for opening the pores of the skin
and causing perspiration in fevers, colds, &c.
Worms Poirdei for worms in children and adults.
Dr. HiRAiin would take this opportunity to say to
many of thoso who aro afllicted with Chionic diseas
es (stomach complaints, chronic inflamalion and en
largement of tho liver, and what Calomelites call
fever sores, and a groat many othor diseases,) that
tho first causo was in tho uso of Mercury in somo
of its dozen forms. Candid people are fast learning
tho horrid effects of minoral poisons, to produce dis
tinct diseases, occasioned by their destructive use.
Moro than half the rheumatisms, caries of bones, ul
cers and sores, beside innumerable other diseases
in hundreds of cases that tho subscriber has cured
or greatly benefited, wero first produced by tho ucs
of mercury. If any science, profession, or society
demands reform, it is tho medical. Tho uso of mer
cury, and olhor mineral poisons were the erroneous
inventions of misled Physicians, and ought to be
superceded by tho moro consistent and oldor prac
tico of a scientific vegetable practico. The world
was moro freo from diseaso beforo tho uso of miner
als, as medical remedies, than it has bcon sinco.
Minorals have made moro diseases than they havo
cured; and the misery which they havo produced in
mury circio 01 community, ougnt to oo an mdubita.
bio reason to spurn them from tho matoria medica.
BR. HIUARD would inform thoso persons wish
ing to consult him at his Office, for diseases,
whether they reside in the vicinity or distantly, that
ho will, for tho future, (or until further notice,) scru
pulously attend to the calls rif invalids, on Mondays
aim j.ucsaayso cacn weefi tils calls abroad to vis
it the sick aro so multiplied nf late, that ho has been
componcu to no absent von some days formerly ad
vertised lor oflico business, which inconvenience for
distant customer hoSvill endeavor for the futuro to
obviale as far ai possible.
Rutland, Vt. Sept. 12, 1813. 37:30
f Carriage Making & Painting.
TpRICE & ALDEN havo established themselvet
in tho brick shon. directlv nnnnsitn tlm Tail.
whero carriages of any description will bo manu
factured lo order, in the latest stylos and most sub
stantial manner Repairing of old or broken car
riages, attended to with, caro and promptness.
nicy .iru aiso prepateu to execute, in a superiot
stylo, all kinds of house, carriaco. siun and nrnamen.
tal painting. Imitation of Italian, Egyptian, white,
yiuy mm omen maruic. Also perlect imitations ol
oak, mahogany, maple, black walnut, ioso and satin
woods, executed enliroly with Oil Paints, warrant-
cti permanent colors, and perfect satisfaction. Im
tntinn of dranite, for pillars to stores, hotels, and
other buildings, done in a warrantable and durable
Ordors from abroad promptly attended to.
, S. H. Alpen.
Rutland, Sept. 42. 1812. 38:12 Om
Notice to Assignees in Itank
THE subscriber has constantly on hand for sale,
at the Rutland Ilookitorn, the now and correct
form of Assignees Deed. Price one dollar per
All ordors for tho above, will bo promptly attend
ed to. -
N. II. There aro nono others of a correct form for
saie in tlio state at the present time.
, , Ja's P. Milton.
Rutland. 17th Sept,, 1812. 38:40
tfttO I'liocsc Heart-els,
VOR sain by T. Dl'NKLEE, 3-1 of a mile north
of tho vih ige of East Rutland. All work in
the Coopor line, executed on shoit notice.
Rutland, Sept. 21, 1812. 38-40
rjpillS may certify that I have this day sold mv
J- son Remsley, a minor, his time during tho ro'
mainder of his minority, and shall pay no debts of
Ilia PnnlMMmn ,
-,w.,.,M. anu ijumi iiu wuges oi ins earning
after this date. Jonathan Twinino
Shrewsbury, Sept. 13,1812. 38:40
BBcar the (Cell !
ALL those who have not paid their (not their pas
sago) Notes aud Accounts, pleaso step up to
the Captain's office and settle.
. Sept. 10, 1842. 38;4o
"JTVIRECT from the manufactory, a quantity of
JW Earthen Milk Pans, cheap for cash at mv store.
Sopt. 10, 1812.
1 o iTianiifactiircrs.
THE subscriber has a few Cassimere Looms
which ho will sell low for cash, or will ex
change for cloth, if applied to soon. Orders by
mail will be promptly attended to.
M. S. ProotOr.
1 roctorsville, Angust 20, 1812. 3t:tf
IVOt'llirfll Tl'.HKIlflKinlinn T I....
ISAAC A . RAKER will continue tho forwarding
business on Lake Champlain, Northern Canal
an 1 Hudson River. Deeming it important to retain
tho old customers of tho lino and to add new ones,
will uso his best endeavors to satisfy all, and pledg
es himself to increase his exertions lo promote the
intutcst of his employers by doing all business on
trusted to his care according to order, with despatch
For Freight, apply to
ti Yt j;!',ock8L"dinSa,,lJ Whinhall,
mH'X'-J' Cnenties Slip, N, Y
';UN CO.MSTOPIC Port Kent,
Vuhiohall, April, 1812. jg is
-AG RICULTUEll -BIOGRAPHY1 TRAVEL LITERARY, MORAL, RELIGIOUS
DR. J. E. HANGS'
THIOII tho euro of Rheumatism, Scrofula, Hip-dis-JL
ease, painful affections of the bones, Ulcers of
all kinds, particularly ulcerated throat, nostrils, feet
and legs; lever sores, internal abscesses, scaldhead,
ringworms, erysipelas, salt-rheum, swellings, and
all diseases ofthe skin; piles in its most aggravated
form, and all diseases arising from impurities ofthe
blood, Prico one dollar.
Orders for the abovo may be addressed to Curtis
& Dutcber, St. Albans, Vt., or the proprietor Stan
bridge, P. C.
Dr Bangs Sir: It affords me pleasure lo send
you the following :
This may certify that my son, seven years old,
was last spring taken of tho "Hip Disease." His
Physicians j;avo nu encouragement that ho could
again be off his bed for a year or more, if ever.
After somo weoks' suffering and sleepless nights,
except by the aid of strg opitales, I procured for
him a bottle of "Dr. Hangs' Renovating Milture,"
and before the end of three w eeks the bow was per
fectly well. I have no doubt ho was cured by the
"Misturo" oxclusively. Truly yours,
Northampton, Jund 27, 1842. Li'cics Olapp.
Signed in presence of Win. W. Patridge,
Justice of the Peace.
Hundreds of certificates from persons who have
used this Renovating Mixture might be procured,
but the proprietors choqso ralher to let it recommend
itself,-whicli it will certainly do to till who make a
lair trial ol it. Jt only needs lo be tested lo be ap
preciated. For sale at the Rutland Rook-Store. t
Rutland, Aug. 5 1812. vol. 18 32 vol. 40 0
375 Bowery, N. Y.
BALSAM OF LIVERWORT.
'JT'OR Consumption, Coughs, Colds, spitting of
uiooa1 pain in tlio side or breast, asllima, pleu
risy, shortness of breath, palpitation of the hcatl, do-
uiuty, nervousness, and all diseases ol tho Lungs
This medicine has been used in the city of New
xuiiy, wiiu uiiuAauipieu success lor uigut years, cur'
ingtiiousanus wlio were supposed incurablo. It is
now used by most of tho medical Faculty, and the
wtiolo people. l,ettiticates of most extraordinary
cures will sccomnanv each bottlo.
Prepared at 375 Rowery, in tho City of New Yor,k
wheJe tlio article first otiginatod, and is tWo only
genuine. All others bearing similar names aro cou
nterfeits and impositions.
Bointr nredisnosed to consnmntion. both from nc
culiar formation.'and hereditary transmission, jtried
every means to check tho disease, and strengthen a
naturally weak constitution. I spent two years at
Pisa, one at Rome, two in Florence, and another
in tno soutli ol l ranee, seeking, meantime, the ad
vice ofthe best physicians. Two vcars since I ro
turned to this country, in about tho situation as when
I left it. I had seen in tho reading rooms in Europe,
much in favor of Dr Taylor's Ralsam of Liverwort
and as soon as I arrived in this city I used it. and in
threo months I was so well as to safely venture to
pass tlio winter Hero 1 liavo used an occasional bot.
tlo during tho timo, and am now in as cood healll
as possible. My cough has wholly ceased, and my
tungs navo every telling ol health. JAMliS lllljli,
Western Hotel, Courtland St. N. Y.
Remarkable Cure of Consumption.
I havo been an invalid for three years, and havo
suffered every torturo trom confirmed consumption.
Rut Dr Taylor has wholly cured mo. Tho largo
quantities oi matters 1 used to raise has subsided
my cougn nas ccaseu, ana l am llesliy again, my
health being wholly restored by using threo bottles
ot his colebraledlialsam. M. E'WINDLEY.
No 130, Maiden Lane, N. Y.
Shortness of Breath."
For this diseaso Dr Taylor's Ralsam of Liver
" . To the Public.
We hereby certify that our son. six vcaisof ace
was suddonly taken with a fevor, and after a severe
sickness a violent cough ensued. Ho was bloated;
his kin filled, and his physician said thero was no
lavor auio symptom about him, that ho had a con
firmed consumption. At lliat timo wo procured a
bottle of that valuable medicine, Taylor's Ralsam
Liverwort. After taking ono bottle we began to
havo hopes of his recover. Ho continued until
ho used five bottles. It is now a year from thattimo,
and his health is better than it has over beforo been
sinco an infant. DAVID & HANNAH ROGERS.
Granville, Washington Co., N. Y.
For proof ofthe abovo statement I refer to the sub
scribers above, people ol high respectability.
' GEO. TAYLOR.
Look out for a Counterfeit Article ! !
Sold, hecauso of its deception and cheapness of
quality, at a very smau puce, i ho samo is pro
cured by, certain dealers and suffered to pass into
tho hands ofthe innocent purchaser as tho Genuine
I aylor's Ralsam of Liverwort. Always observe
i no genuino is and ever has been, prepared only at
j ii tiowery, jn. i .
Violent Cough and ColdCured. Tho severo change
woather having given mo a most violent cold, and
xepoctoration and diflicnty of breathing; I was much
has no equal. Having the asthma, a severo pain in
my left side, and some cough, I was induced to try
the abovo medicino, and groat was my joy to find
it cured me in about two weeks. It also cured my
mother of a severe attack of the Livor Complaint,
with which sho had suffered two years.
J. C. STONE.
23 Hall Place, N. Y.
Look out for Counterfeits.
Remember tlio genuino ismado only at tho old of
ce, 375, Rowery N. Y.
Surprising Cure of Consumption.
Mr R. Gladdin of Delhi N. Y., of a natural con
sumptious constitution, has been saved from an un
timoly end by the use of DrTaylor's Ralsam of Liv
erwort. A severo cold brought on an attack of
pleurisy, and thus ended in general debility and con
sumption. A constant cough, hectie flush, restless
nights, quick pulse, and continued loss of flesh, au
gured a speedy epath; but as soon as he commenc
ed the uso of this Ralsam he grow belter, and is
now fully restored to health. AGENT.
BALASM OF LIVERWORT.
The cures and benefits produced by the use of this
medicine.ln all castsof diseases of tho Lungs, is al
most incredible. It has been used by several per
sonsin this neighborhood, and tl ere is sparrnlv nn in
stance but its benefits havo been fully realized.
pcisuus auiiciea witn uoughs, Uotds.Asthma, diffi
culty of breathinc pains in tlio side or hro.-ist. unit.
ting of blood, catarrhs, palpitation of tho heart, op-
ij.caamu ana soreness oi tno chest, whooping cough,
Pleurisy, hectic fever, ninht
fnso oxpectoration, and all other affection of the
chest, lungs and liver should not fail of procurin ag
bottle, of this medicine. Sandy Hill, Washington
co. N.Y. J. ivniRHT
Tlio composition of Tavlor's Ralsam of Litpmnir
is only known to the proprietor, therefore it is dang
erous using any but that from 375 Rowery.
distressed until I took Dr Taylor's Ralsam of Liver
wort. I found this medicine to suit my case and
cure me at once, which causes me to recommend it
to others. J. J. FISHER, 17 Rarrow st. N. Y.
Pain in the Side and Breast.
Thoso diseases havo caused mo much trouble
and often prevented my attendinirto business. Ev
ery medicino I heard of I tried, but found no relief,
As a last resourco I concluded to try Dr. Taylor's
Ralsam of Liverwort. As soon as I did I nrew Um.
ter, and havo been caininir ever sinro nm
good health, and can truly recommend this Ralsam
uB.ug iar ouperior to any thing olso.
a. u. liiiuurv, 2 Pitt-st., N. Y.
For fnnr mnmh. 'X,0 v F"" , A
1'or lour months I have had a dischareo of blood
cough, somo pain, great weakness and hoarincss
.win mv. uuiko, uiuiust uuiiv, iviso. a llrv linrrl
Alter trying tho doctors In vain for threo months, 1
concluded to uso Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liver
wort, of which three bottles have made an entiio
cure. L. A. II AVI LAND. 171 Oak-st. N.Y.
BEWARE OF FRAUDS!
but that prepared at the old oflico ,375 Bowery, city
of New iork, where the article was first mado'and
us cuaracicr established. Nono other Genuine th
ough thero are various imitations offered bearing the
same or similar names.
lor sale by JAMES EVErtSON at the Rutland
Rookstore, Strong & Buck, Piltsford, Dr. E. Vail,
Sliddletown, Ira Hutton, Brandon, C. Jamieson,
Castlcton, A. L. Catlin, Orwell, J. Bingham, Sud
bury, Lake Dunmore Glass Co. Salisbury, C. Walk
?rr iC' 1Jensn, J. LefTitigwell, West Poultncy,
ail & Co. Danby, Hitchcock & Morgan, Clar
endon Springs, H. Lumbard, Pawlct, W. P. Noyes,
East Poultncy, Burrill, Andrews V Co. Manches.
-r .'Se' Uo"e. S. & H. Buckley, Gran
ville, N. Y., F. K. Wing, Ira 43lv
HEALTH AND STRENGTH.
Dr. S. O. Richardsou,s Concentrated Sherry
TUT up in octagon Rottles, and the Ingredients
JL to make tlio same put up in pressed packages ;
for sale by all the druggists and most of tho W. 1.
nZl ,u .? ?"d vlclm'y- Also br my
"ll .. a 1 . V Pf,ncM,al towns throughout New
i ii ii . iiraiciiioiaiia.
IlaU 15a""iSton, corner of Sackville street,
Halifax, is general agent for tho British Provinces.
P.S. Barnard, W. G. Skinner nnd Joseph P.
Morse aro my only authorized travelling agents.
Office 15 llanovir Street, Botton,
75 cents per Bottle ; 50 cents per paper.
Tho following are selected from a largo number
of editorial notices.
From tlio Dover (N. II.) Gazetlo.
DrRichardsonH Bitters. In our columns may bo
found an advertisement of tlio Vegetable Biltcrs.pro
pared by Dr S. O. Richardson, or South Reading,
Mass. They are, as said to bo, undoubtedly com
posed ora variety or valuable and purely vegotablo
matter; and from our own experience, as well as
others, wo can speak highly of their renovating and
invigorating effect upon tho system. Wo have a
good opinion ofthe bitters, as they aro not a quack
nostrum, but discovered prepared, and vended by a
regular Physician, a graduate of tlio College of our
own Stale, and who has said but Rule in tho way
of puffing them himself, but loaves it to those who
try them to judge themselves. For tho disease that
many are liable to, in tho spring and summer, such
as Debility, Dyspepsia, Billious and Nervous com
plaints, &c, wo do not hesitate to say that theso
bitters will bo found a safe, agreeablo and effectual
restorative As good health is ono ofthe greatest
of earthly blessings, wo would early adviso those
laboring undcrsucli diseases, to mako a trial or Dr.
Richardson's bitters ; they can do no harm, and may
do much good, as wo aro confident in many cases
thoy have. Vegetables nnd vpcetahle medicino aro
unquestionably tho moat congenial to the human
From the Evening Signal, A'. Y.
SHERRY WINE HITTERS.
These aro a remedy vciy highly and very justly
recommended by physicians, as of great efficacy ill
giving strength to the weak and dcbiliatod. Tlio
uso of years has satisfactorily proved their virtues.
Untincturcd by the slightest deleterious mattcr.they
communicate the healing powers of tlio best medi
cinal roots and plants. Thoy restore, and, if not
laid aside, preserve the whole animal oronomy in a
stale of habitual healthiness, They cannot be too
rrequonlly commended by just encomiums rrom tho
press. A. B. & D. Sands, 70 and 100 rulton street
ID' In speaking or the excellence or the Sherry
Wine Bitters, of which Messrs. A. B. & D. Sands
aro agents, wo meant "those proparod by Dr. S. O.
Richardson, of South Reading, Mass.
From the Bristol County Democrat. N. Y.
Richardson's Bitters, 0 tlio numerous medi
cines which aro advortisod in our papor from timo to
time, wo protend to know but little their virtues
must bo known only to those who mako U30 ortliem.
But with Dr. S. 0. Richardson's Bitters wo are some
what acquainted These Biltcrs wero used in our
ramily last summer, for general dobility and head
ache, and much roliorwas derived rrom them.
Those who may bo subject to nervous headache,will
find tho biltcrs very beneficial thoy proved so in
tho case to which wo roTer.
For sale wholesale and retail; at his office, 15
Hanover St., Boston.
From the Barnstable Patriot.
Health and strength! To regain or preserve
these, is tho great desideratum. Nothing that we
know or will do it moro ofTectually.this warm weath
er, than "Dr. Richardson's Sherry Wino Hitters."
Try 'em tlio strictest temperate man need not be
airaid orthe alcohol in them there is no more ofit
than is absolutely neccssarv to preserve the spirit
ofthe "roots and yharbs" of which they aro com
pounded. Agents for selling Dr. S, 0. Richaidsor.- Sherry
nine Hitlers Joseph P. Morse agent for slates or
Vt. N. II. & N. Y.
Rutland, DanieU, & Rell. & James Barrett Jr
West Rutland, Hitchcock & Morgan; Cnstleton.E.
Jamieson; West Poultney, John Hilleburt; Fair.
Haven, A. & J. C. Allen ; West-Haven, N. S.
Armstrong; Benson, D. & R. Barber; Orwell, A.
L. & M. B. Catlin; Pittsford, S.D. Winslow; Sud
bury, Ira Bingnam ; Brandon, Ira Button; Claren
don Springs, Hitchcock & Morgan; Middletown,
Yail&Otis; Tinmouth, W. Sawyer; South Wal
lingford.Lapham, Vail & Co; Wallingford Samuel
Townsend Jr.; Danbv, A. K. Vail & Cc. Pawlet;
A. Lumbard, Druggist. 20:52
NO EXCUSE FOR A COUGH.
'TMicrc is no mistake in the Genuino Compound
Boneset Caudy, Medicated, i( you procure tho
Genuino article prepared by Wm. Brown, Chemist,
181 ashington street, Boston. (For genuine seo
that tho Candy is stamped Wm. Brown, and the di
rections signed, also.) In curing coughs, colds,
hoarseness, sore throat, phthysic, hooping cough,.tc,
this i3 tho article that has given so much satisrac
tion the past thirteen years, for tho abovo purpose
and for clearing tho voice for vocalists and public
speakers. No better evidence is wanting or its su
seriority over all olhor kinds orcoughrcmedies, than
to read the following Certificate.
I hereby certiry that I have manuracturcd from
a medicated decoction furnished by William Brown,
rising of twenty thousand pounds of his Compound
vuuuy, anu jrom me present demand, the
sales must very much increase the coming season.
James Richardson, 375 Washington st.
There is no longer any doubt in recommending
...u -is u uik niUBl popular remociy lor uoughs
&c. It fact, it is literally in the mouth orthe whole
Caution. Thero being now offered to the public
several counterfeit articles, intonded to be palmed
offfor genuino, again I mention tho directions are
signed Wm. Brown.'
Tho truo article is for sale in Boston, at whole
sale and retail.by the manufarturor.cornorof Wash
ing.t0xTad T?liotSt. "'m- Brown; and by J. Porter
and N. G. Howard, Rutland. Vt. ' 50:l v
. I 'OL1SH YOUR STOVES AND GRATES.
jTO houso-keeper will bo without Wm. Brown's
Pencil Paste, after giving it a trial. It gives the
stove a beautifol lustre, far better than the British
or American lustre, and is used with less trouble,
and is more durable. It is put up in rolls. For
the true article, see that the directions are signed by
tho proprietor. Manufactured by Wm. Drown,
Chemist, corner o Eliot and Washington sis. Re-
AND MISCELLANEOUS READING
XMci b most of tho and grocers in B.
ton. Lowell and S.ilnm. P.lro 10 i.o ,
Call for Wm. Hrown's Pencil Pajto.
For salo by
J. rorter, Kutland.
W11LLIAM BROWN'S SAHSAI'ARILLA COM
VOVSO. 7M BROWN, Drutrgist and Chemist,481 Wash
Ing St. Boston, has established an atriclo
made of pure sugar and tho best Spanish saisapa
rilla, for the immediate production of the most pleas
ant evorago ever yet discovered, nnd is recommen
ded by all that have had tlio pleasure of a tasto. It
is not only a delightful beverage for the summer and
winter seasons, but is made sn strong ofthe sarsa
parilla as to mako it ono of tho most purifyin- arti
cles for the blood, and by constant uso will remove
all humors from the system and give the skin a
beautiful clear appearance It forms a cheap beve
rago, is prepared with groat care, and made thick
and rich. Where people aro troubled with dyspep
sia and sour stomach, there is no article that will
rcmovo it so soon. For tho genuine call for Win.
Rrown's No. 1 SilvorTop. A supply of tho abovo
article may be had at the store of James Porter.
GENUINE RUFEALO OIL. TO PROMOTE THE
CROWTI1 AND UEAUTH'Y THE I1A1R.
Tho original and truo article is put up only by
Wm. Brown, 481 Washington stioet, Boston.
As a nuiriborof counterfeits havo recently appeared,
to get tho genuino seo that tho outside wrapper li
signed 'Wm. Brown;' also a copy right) has boon
secured, and entered according to tho act of Con-
R"". tl'O Clerk's Office of the District Court, in
1810. The abovo article is fast taking tho place of
all others, to promoto the growth and beautify tho
iiau. ii (juts ii u ueauuiui satin gioss anu causes
it to curl, and is far bolter than any vegetable prep
aration. For salo in Boston by tho proprietor, and
retailed by all tho druggists and perfumers; nlso for
sale by J. Purler, Rutland. 00:ly
MRS. M. N. GAHUNDK'S INDIAN RALSAM Oi"
LIVERWORT AND 110AIII10UND.
rPho original Vegetablo Liverwort Preparation
A price 50 cents tho bottlo. Tho most popular
remedy for tho cure of coughs, colds, spitting of
blood and phthisic, and all diseases of the lungs;
also ifrisin oxtensivo usod for the euro liver com
plaint. This is tho first preparation of Liverwort
introduced to tho American public, it being now
twelvo years sinco it was first established. 'Its rep
utation stands unrivalled as a cough medicino Seo
certificates and placos of residenco on the printed
diroction round the bottlo.
Tlio undersigned, having received great benefit
for tho cure of diseases abovo named, with confi
dence wo recommend tho celebrated Ralsam of Liv
erwort to tho public :
Ernest Wobster, David F. Woodbury,
Thoma3 Haskins.jr., E. Hotton,
C.Ellis, H. Gall,
C. Williams. Miss I.. Hmvnr.l.
Wholesalo and retail by tho proprietor, Wm Brown
, aaiiiugiuu strcui, uosion, anu j. rorter,
THE LION OF THE DAY.
The Dutch or German Vegetable
Tho Science oflliiiium Life.
To tho inhabitants of tbo United Slates and tlio
Canadas: Tho Pills, well called tho Lion or tlio
Day, nro icspcclfully rccommonded to the attention
and trial of all those" subject to tho attacks of Bil
ious, Dyipcplic, and other Chronic diseases or tho
stomach, liver and bowels. These Pills havo long
been without a successful rival, in Germany nnd
throughout Europe, and many years in various tnrti
of the United States, by tho most eminent l'liyi
cians as a family medicino.
This Pill is composed of tlio extracts from nino
parts orthe Vegetable kingdom. Thoy aro warrant
ed safo in their opcrillnti and rffi'cu. They nro
simple in their preparation, mild in their ndion, and
unrivalled in llioir results. Thoy have long receiv
ed tlio most flattering recommendation from tho
medical faculty; such men as Dr Molt, and Dr Guern
sey, orNcw York; Dr Dolamator, Dr Hossack, and
Dr Landon, of Dutchess county, and Hon. B. Peck,
m. n., of Glen's Falls thoso inon havo long stood
at tlio head oT their profession.
Again: gastic irritation debilitates thn diirostivo
organs and becomes a fruitful sourco of disease; in
Headache, Eruption of the Skin. Salt Rheum.
Anthony's Fire, Yellow and Uilious Fevers, Fever and
Ague, Scarlet Rash, Heartburn, Costivcness, Female
Weakness, Intcrmiltant and Remitlanl Fevers, Ery
sipelas, Scald Head, Humors, and all Bilious com
plaints. Thoso different complaints nro each, ono
and about tho same, followed by a train of others,
equally as detrimental, and perhaps fatal to human
life. Liko bad legislation, ono bad law must be sup
ported by olhors equally injurious to tho prosperity
ofthe Stato. A poifoctly healthy body is liko a
well tuned instrumont,ovory string or which vibrates
in unison, and the loast injury to any ono throws it
Lot any one tako tlio trouble to oxaminoand study
tlio organization of his own system, and if ho never
did before, ho will realiio iho feelings of tho Psalm
ist when ho sung, "I am fearfully and wonderfully
Looking at Iho human body, with all its ramifica
tions, balances, adjustments, and nlco relations; the
hair-liko dependenco upon which life is susnended;
tho intricacy of tho machine; the adaption of means
to ends; tho different systems running into, parallel
with, and interlacing each othor without tho least
confosion; tho arrangement and articulation or tho
bones; tho frame work or the system; tlio action and
uses of tho various muscles; the wonderful system
of arleries and veins; the action of tho hoartin pro
pelling tlio blood with such astonishing force; and
tlio greatest wonder will be, how it can bo possiblo
the human system can bear up against tho daily vio
lation oHts laws, and maintain iis vitality against
sucli repeated attacks and injuries from oxternal and
I unhesitatingly recommend them for tho euro of
the above complaints long known and justly colo
bralcd as ono or tho best family medicines in tho
These Pills are not intended as a thorough purgi
tive, as some will havo it; they aro intonded to
strengthen tho system that has run down, and regu
late'lho whole human structure, and remoyo all ob
strurtion and assist naturo in its violated laws.
For salo in almost ovory town in tho United States
and the Canada3. Price 37 1-2 conts. Directions
on each box.
He sure when you purchase that you got tho Lion
ofthe Day, having the written name of Merrill Grif-
Hn on each box.
A. B. & D. Sands, 70 Fulton street, Now York;
J. T. Rowland, 370 Market street, Philadophia; A.
Gayer, 101 Hanover street, Boston: A. C. Phin, 31
Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
For full particulars, seo small circulars deposited
with each agent below mentioned. For sale in this
county by my authorized agents,
West Poultney, Jnbq.hM. Bishop; East Poultney,
Noyes & Harris; Middletown, Dr. E. Vail; Ira,
Francis L. Wing; West Rutland, Hitchcock & Mors
gan; Rutland Mill Village, W. W. Slason & Co.j
East Rutland, James Evcrson, and Daniels & Boll;
Clarendon Sgrings.Hitchcock & Morgan; Tinmouth,
N. W. Sawyer; Wallingford, SamUel Townsend jrj
Cuttingsville, E. Finney; Mount Holly, D. S. Hun
loon; Sherburne, Charles Anthony, and Maxiiamj
Pittsford, Strong & Buck; Rrandon.Warren & Bliss,
Jackson & Kotchum; Sudbury, Ira Bingham; Cag,
tlolon, 11. &S. W. Hodges,and E. Jamieson; Fair
haven, Alanson Alien, and A. Willard; Benson, C.
It. Watkins; Orwell, A. L. Callin; Pittsfiold.Lucius.
Preston, and S D. Townsend & Co.
C. C. Corliss, travelling Agent.
U:43 MERRITT GRIFFIN, M. -n