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T I! K RUTLAND IPE 11 A L 1)
i'J to bar a HIl firs.
Al ! . rtvrt itt"
Wbrrs cobU lit wlth-ut rt,
Ceipllsly I ray fist.
I'J ilk lo liif p'riuil htttt,
Up my UltJr (tn,
Airy aoj tootu mtnwir lUnt
la Ulr f tw and n.
I'J IiV la turr a h'tlle wife
I reckon I Know wh j
I'J like to btf little WW
A litlU daajhter 1e ;
An-I bo IhsV.l rtlmb pi tn; Vat
I'J tlkr liltlr or
To firs say prslly Utile (III
Aootber to niy Voy.
I'J liVr t bat a llltlehit.
Tht eni-ht take rM,
1 lik v little rny fr
My boy to oj U-Ur.
IS) like to birr a Mil mill,
AoJ cifi oo little debts :
Tbr' DolSinj io t'.is world so mulh
An easy temj-r frets.
J should not lik my wife to shVe
A broftoirirk l my head
Tor lhn I mijrit b-jtin to think
She did oot Into her .N'l
Hut I ihoulj always likf tu see
Her gentle ai .lore j
I should not like to hitt l)fr iculd
But be ll Joy and Iotc,
If I had thrie I would not )!
Yor any thlnr, be side ;
I'd bo content tliui smr.nthlr through
Thf tedious wrrld In yhde.
My little wife and I would then
No earthly trouble see
EurrouoJul hy our hltle ones,
How hippy would we be !
IYI i s c c 1 1 a 11 V .
There doe iiot appear ny reason why the edu
cation of women should differ, in its essentials, from
that of men. The education which is gone for hn
msti nature i good for tlicm. They are a part
nd they ou;;ht tn be in much creator decree than
they re, a part nf the effective contributors In the
welfare and intelligence of tlio linrnnti fomily. In
intellectual as well as in other affairs, they ought
to be lit holpa to man. Tho preposterous absurd
ities of chivalrous times still exert n wretched in
fluence oyer t lie character and the allntmcn: of wo
men. Mon arc not polite but gallant ; they do
"not acl towards women as tn beings of kindred
habits and character, os to beings uhn, like ll:o
oilier portion nf mankind, reason mid leflect Bnd
judgn, but as tn beings who please, ami whom men
are bound to please. K'scmially there it no kind
ness, no politeness In this ; hut fcKlnhncpn and in
oleitce. He is the man nf politunosg who evinces
tna respect for the fcmalo mini. He is the man of
k ... . , , , . ,,
society of women, that he needs not to bring his
intellect With Mm. T do not mean to nffirm tint
theao perons intend inso'ence, or arc concious ol.
wy or the real character of their habit : they
think they are attentive and polite ; and habit hah
bteone o inveterate, that they really are not plea
iad if a woman, by tlio vigor of her conversation
interrupts the pleasant trifling tn which they tiro
accuatoined. Unhappily, a great number nf women
themselves prefer this varniohed nnd gilded con
tempt to solid respect. They would rather think
themselves fascinating than rcapcclnblo. They
will not see, end very often do not see, the practi
cal insolence with which thoy are treated : vet
what insolence is n great as that of half a doien
men who, having been ongaged in an intelligent
xonversastnn, suddenly exchange it for frivolity if
laities enter !
For this unhappy state ofintrllcct'ial intfircourhe,
female education is in too great a decree nd anted
A largo class arc taught less to think than to shine.
If th)-glitter, it matters little whether it bo the
plitter of gilding or of gold. To bo accomplished
ta o greater interest than In be Fcnuihle. It is of
more consequence to this class tn charm by the
jones oi a piano than to itclig.'it and invigorate by
intellectual conversation. Tho clToct is recipro
cally bad. An absurd education disu'ialifici them
for intellectual exertion, and that very disnuahtlcn-
lion perpetuates the degradation. I ray the de"-
rodation, for the word u descriptive of tho fact. A
raptive is not tho less truly bound because his
chains are made ol sthcr ntrl studdeJ with
If wc were wise enough to regard women, and
u women ncro wise enough to regard thomehcs,
vrith that real practical refpect to which they aro
entitled, and if lh education thoy rcceivi'd was such
that ru.pi unid dirt.i... w0 rr.ijt hereafter
have occasion to sty, not a it is now said, that "in
England women arc ijucons," but something high
er ind greater ; wemijht say that in every lliing,
social, intellectual and rcligiom, thsy were fit in
cn-operate wilh man, and to cheer and assist him
in bla endeavors to p'omole his nun Imppim.-s siul
the happinen of U family, bis country and tho
world. IhjmituTt A,7.iy.
Tni: rjnTtT or ruwnu. illy I.4y.)
TLre is one ciicubmUik rHirweti wmJi tav jmj,
ihich rrnders it a mr Umi tml ttrtlis) eaafekaw
of earthly pleasure tbin ty oft Avwwi imn
a tUrn. While its t4of- ki(,ik 1. iuUitz
the summr ga!, aas! its bUaijaag tsiwV, fctrf lift
araoog tlic iheitciiug Wtr.i, i',,M ,4
aluink from the be holeW. -. 1,- . .a
Veotaroos hind tlc gsniV Jmt W(J '
pieiced by her protecting Ihorst : uoU ),ifii
U rose nd ueave it lam a gart4 fr the brow i
yoo lo,r best, that brow mil be m4t4: or place
the mblosaom in your bsm ike tlwrn will be
there. This real or ideil uinun ,.r .j ..
row, with the iui.na u,r of tfco rMe fhtlU
a Mw-endm.7 "eii to those wh.i are best ae
SuaiotssJ with the ineiitaMo blroJ.iir of etod and
unshine, hope and fear, weal and . in this our
.k W,Ul ,V"T h,": f"r or "". or "q-Ji.ite. 10
thu world, it ha. Mremfi mPtt ,ft iht uuJum
which appoiols our sorrows, and sets a bound 10
wr wjoyments. to aSi .oo .tn, some bitter-
rT' ' Mme 1,u)'. wt"l msy not inaptly bo cal
Ui la 6c,ut,M !sn:oa. . ,h),8. R( r,t, em.
ptatica", .praVs , nhofn ,be)1h-,n4
irotalfcis eiptcsuofl .( we 1 a, r,1CT his eitriK
l hirlsig wtrl thrice that it ragbt be e- j
i r .a 1 .1 : 1
JcmiusI, por.jrd, or aliamed, lis had lt fernl'ar
ikwrti. W ltn Utf ever cast Inmsell into me lap 01 :
lararr irlthont linJini? that Ids couch was sitewed ,
w-iUi thorns I Who has rraehrd the summit nf Ins
amfclllon without feeling on that pinnacle that lie
Hfwid on thoins I Who has placed tho diadem
trfkta his brow, ilhoot fwrewving that tln rns were
thickly Kt uitl.in thf royl circlet Wholiaj fol
4ad to UU bomim all that he desired of -mrth's treji
Atlr, without feeling thlt honom pieiced with
thorn 1 All that weonjny in this world, or yearn
tu poMoaz, Iik this aeconipai.iiiient. The moru
Intmtsc tho eniovrrieiit the nharner the thorn ; and
Ihisc who hi vi! derenbod
nosl feelingly the inner ;
workinr of the human
heart, have iinrnllingl)
towelled upon tins faetu ith tho melancholy odiless
Far lo it from one who would not willingly fall
under the stigma ofiiigratitodo, 10 disparage the
nature or the number of earthly plcusuree pieuis-
urca which are spread bofuru as without price or
limitation, in our daily walk, and in our nightly
rust iileaautfi which lie scattered around uurpnth
when we go forth upon the hills, or wander fn tho
vallov ; when we look up In tho finny cKy, or
down to thu fruitful earth pleasure which unite
the human family in ono bond of fellowship, sur
round us at our board, cheer our (ire-side, smooth
the couch on w hirh we clumber, and even follow i.ur
wandering steps long long after we have ccaeed
to regard them with gratitude or joy. I speak of
(he thorn which accompanies thesci pleasures not
with murmuring or complaint. I speak of the
rounds inflicted by thin thorn with a living consci
ousness of their poignancy and anguish; because
e.tiiirite nnd dear as mere eaithly plcnisiiieu may
be, I would utill contract the thorn and tl.o wound,
tho ilisappoiiitnii nt mill pain, which accompany nil
such pleasures ad nre merely temporal, with tho
fullncsn, tho pence and tho crown, nccompunyiiijj
those which arc eternal.
I'rum the Wojoii Mttcanhle Journal.
A GOOD STORY Will,!, TOLD
A jun with ills up. 11 i." a r.vn nox. A tingn
Inr nrcurrenco tuok place in 11 town in a neighbor
nig Ktnti', not long nince, which wns nl tended
with coiircqueiices of the most awkward nature In
the individual who hnro n prominent eh'irn in the
nfliiir, nnil whose real name wo shall, for reasons
not neeeci-ury to mention, concenl under that of
Mr Snookt. It (coma that Mr Hnoolts unfortu
uilely was the possessor nf n head of unusual di
inciitinns and peculiar shape, which uttmcted the
attention of un individual who hed become interes
ted in the study nf I'h.cnolnjy. This lover of re
markable duvelnpcnients gazed at .Mr Snooltis's
head with admiration ; ho longed to touch il, to
have it beneath his hnudt, and, in on evil hour,
poor Mr Snuok.i consented tn bo uiinapiilatod by
tho devoted follower of Gall and Spurzheim. Mr.
ro much so that tho interci-t of the science re
quired 11 cast to ho taken, and Snook, who wns
not aware of the exact nature of I lie operation, at
length yielded a reluctant consent to the eoliciU
tiona ol tho ardent tlUcovercr of bumps. The
Phrenologist himself had never boon instructed in
the rather diliicult task of taking casts ; neverthe
less he conceived himself equal to tho task on this
occasion, having frequently received verbal instruc
tion from thnsu who had cunductcd that operation.
I lo win told to mix the plaster to the consistency
of cream, mid then to apply it with an inspiring
hand I-) the head and face, having pieeos of tvvino
lying in dilll-rout direction ncross tho cranium,
.vhich being pulled before the plaster beenmo hard,
wou'd cut it in ttevcrul pieces, and limn rnuei) it ea
sily to bo disengaged.' Kvery thing being prepar
ed, Mr Snooks, with a counge nnd resignation
v litoli roiled the highest honor on "his character,
submitted his cranium to tho disposal of the mne
teur artist. Quills wire stuck in his nose to al
low him the mcani of respiration, the plaster was
mixed, and, seizing a spatula, tlio enthusiastic fol
lower of tiall laid il thickly 011. Mr Snoolts's face
was soon covered, the first portion being applied to
the mouth, tho srtiat having wisely resolved to put
n stop to all remonstrances ns expeditiously as pos
sible. Tho none, the eyes, the earn, nnd finally
tho whole head, ,ere 50011 covered with a mass nf
plaster nearly two inches in thickness, and weigh
ing ten or fifteen pounds. Tho wca thor being
warm, the application produced a bcusatinn ralhrr
agiceable than otherwise. Hut such was tho na
ture of that malerial that it soon became heated,
and his whole head teemed surrounded with, or im
mersed in, a dark, noisome, apd su filicaling atmos
phere. To add to the aw k.v.irdness of his situation
l fi..nJ .... liljle difficulty in breathing, owing to
somu iiii-management m introducing the quills into
Thus shut out from all communication with the
cxtorna! world, and not being at that time in 11
mood to commune with himtelf, tlio sensations of
poor Mr Snooks wero Irulv horrible. Me
ed hiwsejf, however, with the refiecimn that Kiev
......1.1 L L -a 1 J
would be of ah.-rt duration. Hut his feelings may
be in some desree imaiMneil. ilwv nmnt 1. .i i
rul" "'j.ce iiiiajuricu. inev cir.not in . 1
meted, wc rciiCllwe It wl hare oecn wmnmni; 1 rnirei. nm jir fsnooss impaurni in gri
farrieulsily galling tn the natural man. We hear rid of tho hutthen which pressed heavily on his
ftbe thorn iif Inpratltiide. the thorn of rnvy, the , head to be ratified with dilatory measures. He
thorn T sinreeileJ Ime indeed ef ibotnn as tiu I made a dfprat iiTurt to descend the stone steps
itiereos a er psaaiet ,' atwlffew lhie ai wlrn ! at t.ie front enlranre tl M hotue: but while gro
can ksk kiri ispnn (We exset'er M llle, aIiIkmiI j plr,g bis way unasstitrd, in worse than Otmmfrhn
ckrMwMfiiis; thm every rurthlr gixstl they haie darkiwo, he fortunately, aa the seijnel procd,
S si- " ,M,d "nl the ignorant artist ; " ' m..uu!'..elurrr to his I.. nu..o gcut,"tl.i. ailuc
M Miurd pUtr t remain on his head mi 1 "'n 're who will get up the inside of a watrh for
htff h ltmt4 U 4iyiW it with iho ' "'S"'"1"1 ''""'ngs.' "I'oh, dou't talk of that 111 London
tUt fU t.,. cild U,1 U c,rM ,t have boy, hire who will et up the inside f
til Mr Hawks Wmm4 ssk ; Wl he 1 . 1
Mthaul vriR-vU'tj a y IUI ; he W . U semis ! Tn e wowsnrui. ovs. 1 had a gun once-10 ex
Hrt a.tce svtii44 hlui Us mutUrmn of the ' follent a gun why, the moment u thief cime luto the
llmntatr ih lU 4lMlai., f HMn rorled to net- ' ?u,t' il olf.tliough never otiargad." "Amazing !
tat, 14 f4 Hsrfti&r.ui .1. 7.u i dlJ " o." "The thief earn J it . .IT."
9t i'4iUm,,utf I'lJauhiHiii, miplo-
iW II. j,u,i 1 1. . , 1 .
hu !!r.'l. 1 i"4' ,M, threw .
ma timt sbt UU a '.icImkII ; 14 ,J ,4, m.
It m-i"4 s if he wa hornblr .U.,i,J i 1
wear lak bi4 la for Iif. Tina iWe. flashed !
0 this miod of Jlr ftftwit : Ui' 11 . tuu draad I
f.l to bear. Il . IBj. m.i..1Btf iUm '
a. m ... .S 1.1 J ' . T ' ' I
.ne...a,,.NMI uuiei, warti toUiAJedfor means
....J i: ' ,
... .-,..- .... -mj tni.ci. emu-Kiiy towaroa the i
lieing iiopellM by an Iwiinetive feeling to
fr sympathy and j.iiitanre from the public at
before ?JJJr Z'V "V lh dr
oetore bta friend, the Phreoo or n ro.iM i.r.
mino in his own mind what course to adopt. Re
waa for a limo as much a.tonished at the unlucky
ma ieon,i apq nit tj.
b. a" te , ,ie nj bt it ef
itvill of hit labors and Ida ttnr.,.t ,..,.
called out lustily f.-r a mallet or a top maul and I
ll .1 11... t . i L . . . MH I . . . . . I
nude a false step, and, m accordance Willi the re-
ri'lwil principles nrgraviiaiinn, wnicn ailinirauiy
illuEtrates tho correclr. f tlic Ncntnnlau then-
ry, pitched head fireiimst on the paved sidewalk,
to the great astonishment of the piscrs by. The
slio;k was sn gnat lint tho box which rnclotcd
his hesd was shattered In a dozen nieces !
Mr Knnoks was unhurt; nnd so soon as ho could
recover his tendered sr uses, he half rose from the
pMcment. His face was soon unentered, but a
lave i' -tien i-f tt si ne hardened plaster stuck
tn his hair, or dangled about his ears. Tho unfor
tunate weight withdrew a long hieath. which aflor-
dec! him ihexprsnble relief; and while his pnilid looks
and glaring eyes told 1 nielaucholy tnln of bodilv
e.hauston and inxntal igony, he solemnly declared
that he would nut allmv another cot-t tn he tnkun nf
hi head, even if the, Tate nf the eicncc ofl'lircnol
oj;y depended upont.aud lie has hitherto kept his
dkath or Tin: infidi:l.
"t J. n. wiiiTTinn.
It is no nvvful cn.,,licntnry on the doctrine of in
fiidelity, that its most Mrrnuous supporters have ei
ther miserably r.iliCcd ihrir sentiments in the inn
mcnt of trial, or terminated tlieir existence in ob
scurity and nt'.er wretched The gifti d author
of the "Ago nf Reason" paEscj'vl.u last year of his
life in a manner which tho meanest Muvo tint ever
trembled beneath the lnsh of the task master could
have no cniife to envr. Ilosseau might, indeed, bo
pointed nut. ns in soino degree nn exception but it
is well known, that the enthusiastic philosopher was
n tniborablc and disappointed man, lie met death,
it is true, with snmithing like calmness. Hut he
hnd no pure and beautiful hnpo beyond tho perish
ing things of tho natual world.
lie loved the works of God for their exceeding
beauty, not for the nonifestations of an overruling
intelligence. Life hsd become a butthon to him,
hut his spirit recoiled at the dampness nnd silence
of the fcct ulchrc tlit cold unbroken slccpind tho
slow wasting nvvny itf mortality. He perished 11
worshiper of that beauty which but f hint ly shad
ows forth the iinirnapnablo glory of hia Creator.
At tho closing hour of day, when the broad west
was glowing like tho gntes of I'nrndisc, and the
vino-hung hills of his beautiful laud were bathed in
the rich light of sunset, the philosopher departed.
The last glnnco of his glazing eye was to him nn
everlasting farewell to hope the last homo ofn
god like Intellect to holiness and beauty. Tho
blackness of darjineis was before him the vnlley
nf the shadow of death was to him unescapablc
nnd eternal tho better hud beyond was shrouded
from his vision.
N o v 1: i.t
Coined from the A. Y. -Mirror,
r VaMKHI! VV IT. A "inli.u. iufiM ntVoriiirr
Vnnkec clocks, finely tarnished and gaudily color
ed, nnd with a looking-glass front, to soino one
not remarkable for pcrsniml charms. "Why, it's
beautiful," said the vender, "lleautiful, indeed !
a look nl it olmust frigiilens me !', "Then, mister,
replied Jonathan, "guues you' d belter buy one that
hant got no looking-glass, no how."
C.iuriiw to TRWF.ii.Kiu. Tho follow in no tico in
n country paper might be us fully applied on board s.unc
ol our hurrying stcamboatc "Travellers should lioenrc
fill tu deliver lln-ir rho ce nrticlcs lo proper persons, as a
gcullf unin, 11 few ilnys since, on allihtm Irom a slnge
coauli. entrusted his ir.e to a str.ingor, mid he has not
heard ol her since."
l..vrr. iiaens A druoken youth got out of his calcu
lation, m.d was dicing in the street, when the bells rous
ed him by their ringi-g for fire. "Nino, ten, eleven,
twelve, thirteen, fourteen,'' cried he. "Well, if this isn't
Inter thuu 1 ever knew it !"
Ixtkiiksti.tc co.wr.rtsvTioN. One of the papers
tells us how people laU in Georgia. "What's eollun in
Augusta ?" inquiicl n wagoner with a load, of another
rtturninz empty. "Cotton ? why it's cotton in Augus
ta nnd every w lure." "Hut does it fetch anything.'"
"No, aiy tei.Bi fet lied 1," "1 mean what does it come
to:" "Why, to the loom, to be sure." "Z muds '. liow
Itig'i is it ?" 1 Thrco hers at .Morrison's." "I say, straii.
g( r ! you'ro a Itrtle too cute for mo." "The same to you
aud nil your family."
6Mn,T oinr.. O.ie paper mentioning a t'awtuckct
giiluoMcn years olJ. who had pl.ui'oil two acres of I.111J
wilh potatoes in me day, cries, "What a wifo fir a far
mer !" On which auolhci paper exclaims io answer,
"What u farmer for a w ifa !"
mon or Til R sr.vsona. Upon a marriage at llo-
bcrttille, Mnins.nf Mr KJward spriug tu Miss Margaret
Winter, by tho ilcv. Tlioruus I haw j it is remarked,"..
iVuii t.aturdlly tutus winter into syinnj."
sud lo hi die first roc
Can vou iiav ili! rharzes !"
is sud lo hi die first q'lri'Jou Hiked a young truihaiuau
111 Holland, iv hen ho cocs Acourlio,
Co.ooneM. Ifa woman we rn to chango hi r sex
what sort nf a being would the bcjoaie ? she would
b" Ae ""n" ''"thenj
HKinr.nuwM .11er a matris'e 111
Coooctic.t, the br.d.--roum took the par,..,, aside mo.l
nsjr.uriously, and wispercd to him: "Can't jou take
thenar out in Utoe."
'4T,0I4L iilori. "If I am not athoma at tan
wait for me." "That I wont." said the
' '"v i win ci.u.e iwjuii. ne
wnn'l ur.lt 1... 1 I .... l" . W (
11 1 rrtclK1r
AoviCKRi ri.T "So. here I am. between two tai.
I Ion," critxj a beau at a public table where a couple ol
! roun? tailori var .ri... 1...I i.i.i
-".. "i u tto ,, pwViri; j
and can onlr arr....i ... s. .'i..... ..' I
Ijrr. Dr. DttWrklf one aslred his htlte daughter 1
oesily tixyetri old. what made ererv tiodr lore l..r-
replied. " dou't knew iolct I. f spa. uolen it :
I'orrrRT. Strangnih&l Kurnpeana and l'ngllsli
men in particular t-hould so strenuously and dog
gedly maintain that our country h never prndured
any perls. Now here i a chaato and f kganl nor
ceau, that has been floating about in the country
newspapers for mine time, which ought In convince
nnj rational foreigner thai we have one nt least.
Thu name of tho author, could it be known, would
ge down tu the latest postctity :
Of hsr own accord,
Went ilnwn to stohrr liitcr,
When Jaion I,r(,
Ilriik si a flea,
JumpM right up and liiuM hsr!"
Arnicv.i lioxr.lTT. "What il.it you pic up dere,
Sambo,?' "llnlUr, I'ompcy." V II, Just lcll" 'i ill
iluwn Hjait,. J only pm Vm dure to iry )u."
STIIAYKIJ ftoni the )iislurt' of ilie subscriber
in Slii'i Inn ne it tlio month of Mny l,ist,n or
tul Horse live years olJ, Innhey tuil. mill lins 11
little of the spring halt, no oilier pariiciilnr m.'itks
iibout him refollectiil. Wlioever enny have tak
en iiji said horse nr.il i H give infiirmatinn to
Ilie subscriber in Mcndoti shall he reworded for
their trouble ami nil lemporv charges pniil.
Mendon Atig. f, ISIUi.
i':iis:ilicfh .Sriiliiiin' ICwIalc.
Sl.ilc of I'irmont, ) TT K it lenieinheri'd.
District llutlanil. rr. that at n stated
Probate Court held nt llutlanil, within and for
said district on the first Monday being the ht
day of AtiRiisI, A. 1). 183(1,
A certain inst rtimuut in writing, under seal,
tiiininrlitiL' to be the last Will 11 nil Testament of
F.lizabc ill Jenkins of lliitlaud, in the county of
Kutland and Stule aforesaid, deceased, being
presented lo said court by A. I.. Brown, the F.x
editor therein named for probate and allowance.
Ordertd, That said Will be refer red, for pro
bate to a coin I in be bolden at tlio I'robale Office
in Rutland within nnd for said district, on tho
first Monday of September next ; And that the
publication of a copy of this order, three wce.ks
successively in the Rutland Herald, printed at
Rutland, nssoon us may be, shall be sufficient
notice to all concerned to appear, if they see
cause, and contest the probate and allowance of
33 '. Il IIOPKI.XS, lleKistcr.
Freedom Frost's Utnte.
State of Vcrnwut, ? O 11 it rcmeinberei
Diftn'cl f Itntinnd, ss. S J that at n stated
I'rnbntu Court held at Rutland, within nnd for
euid district, on the firM Monday, being the
1st day of August, A. D. 1830,
Abiiah Cole, administrator of the estate of
Fiecdnm Frost lalo of Mnuntholly.in said district,
deceased, proposing to tender an account of h'n
ailinmistrnlioii nmi present nis account agaiusi
said estate for allowance :
Ordered, That said account be examined in
court, at a session thereof, to be bolden at the
Probate Office in Rutland, within and for said dis-
,.t., ilie. I nt Momluy ol Sclctulirr IIOXl; mill
that the publication of a copy of this order, three
weeks successively in the Rutland Herald, print
ed at Kutland, ns toon as mny be, shall be suf
ficient notice to all concerned to appear, il they
see cause, and object tberclo.
33 '. UOPICLYS, Heftir.
Oilier Tliottia' Hntaie.
Stiiteof lrcrmont, "JTJ K IT IU:mi:miif,H
District of Rutland its. J JUnn that at a stated
Probate Court held at Rutland, within ami for
said district on the first Monday being the 1st
day of August, A. U. 1S3G.
Augustus Thomas, administrator of tho ettati
nf liber Thomas, late of Chittenden, in said dis
trict, deceased, pinpusing to render an account of
his administration nnd pretunt Ins account against
said estate for allowance :
Ordered, i lr.it said account be examined 111
court, at a session thereof, to be holden at the
probate office in Rutland within and for said
district, 011 the first Monday of September next ;
And that the publicationof a copy of llis order,
three weeks successively in the Rutland Herald
printed at Holland as soon as may he, shall be
sufficient notice to all concerned lo appear, i,
they see cause, and object thereto.
33 '. If. IIOI'KI.XS, Regittcr.
HOWRVRR inveterate in one hour's application,
u...l ..n .1 r..m ....i.i 1
..Mlli" l IIIHMI, 1.IIIU, ,.J I. P. II,
DUMPIIIURS 1TCII OINTMENT.
This preparation, fur pleasantni it, safely, expedition,
rase and eeitamty, stands unricallcit for the cure of this
irmil.lrsomc riimpinint. I! 1 si rapid us well as cr
lain in its operation, ns to cure tins disagreeable diruidtr
rnoit riicctuuliy in on hour I'jfjtlicttltvn only I
Il does not contain the least particle uf mcrcury.or oth
er dangerous ingredient, aud may tin applied with per
fect safety by pregnant females, ur to children at the
I'rice 37 1-2 cents a box, wilh anple directions.
for JWigfiiem, .on"' .Ipptlile, Littltsmtii Headache
Luittrinnt. I lalulrrice, llt'ilic, liilliout .IJfielians, ir.
f Y M) comment on the cflicary t.f the Pills, oPt r
J a successful experience of many years in
l'.olan l and nieriea has istnblished llieir reputiiti .n, is
needless: Suffice It to obserre.thal f. r redundancy nl llite.
f'latuleoee, C'oilUfnesi, Meadaehe. &c. ie. tliey will
undoubtedly prove far morn servicaUc than thosu dras
tic purges to friiii( ully employed, and will nut only at
the same time tend lo remove llio oiren.linj rauie by gen
tle motions, and streo;then the dijeslive organs, but
improve the appetite aud renovate the systtui, I'rice
CAMIHUAN TOOTII-ACHR PILLS,
The relief is immediate, without tho least iojury
the Teeth, I'rice 60 cculs a box.
HKLFtrS VKGRTAflLR SPRCII'IC.
Far A'lrt Headache, ic. 1'rite 50 cents.
JJ"Noaiej;eouine unless suned T. KII)I)i:il, the
w rapper, (suit prvjtnlvr aac succtsmr ta Dr. Cmtraf.) by
whom they are fur sale, at h s Ccuatin; llooro, Nu. 89.
Court strt. Ilii'on.an.l by his srw-oial aniMtintmeiit.hr
Daniels fi II til RutUuJ; Lett Levis, li'ttls; Adams
lW Co. I.udio;
Mar. li I t eiwjy
s ii o i:
. IjOR sale by
IR'RT . MASON.
ALL rPffons indited to the prmtar heif.if
. whne dcmatids luvc ben l.asra.1 ,.. n.. ... '
lute of limitations arc tecjnrsled to corno forward
ami maite payment or rrncw the claimr and re
should feel very Kratefiil for a little ,Wy tosh at.
demands that have been due from one to four yratt.
I'ltliN l h.il. IIctM OJFtr,
CcriV Vegetal liahtimviuc.
N. il. DOWN'S
rh:arwu: iulmmic nuxin,
AMliinn.Whooninii Couali.and all ml.,.. .1
of tlie head, chest nnn Iiiiirh,
i HinplileK eiintaiiiiiif; n history ofthe medicine
a sketch ofthe thVasci for vvliirli it is ircom
uiFiideil, ceililicntfs from tllllllli'ation.ililii tnurira
ample direction nrcoinpiinyiii each boltle
"" oe ii.'ui ol anv ol the Acennea. irrntia.
V. KAY, .1 gmt Rutland.
"POST-RIDRR throiif;!. Vt Rutland, lrs,
-fi- Clarendon. Tinmnulh. Danhv. I) orarl
.Maiiclit sler.niid Wiillitif-fotdvill supply nil calls
fertile Rutlmd Herald, Vermont &titrmnn, iiiuj
n'nv other paper. which he enn conveniently oh
lulu, and uillnlon furnish any HOOKS thai mav
July ir,iH:)t-r. " " " "'W
K tho ftilirriliLTs beinp nppoiuted by t lie
lion. I'rohnle Ciiurt Inr ihn iliilii.i ..I
Uutltiiui, coniir.issiotieri, lo teeeive, enniiiip ninl
rii'itist al cl.iims and demands of nil
cniust the estate of
hill! nf PillaforiL in said diet riel. ili'i'i'nc.'il ......
senleil insolvent, and also all claim nod demandt
pxniuiteu ill otlset tliereto; nnil six tnnnllis fioin
the -lib day of Ju'y inst. beitif; allowed by mid
Court for thnl purpose, we do theiefore herrhv
five noiice that we will attend fo ihe bmineM
of our said appointment, at the Town Clerk's
office in said Pittsford, on the list Mondays of
October nnd Decomber next, from 1 until 1 o'clock
P. M. on each of said days.
ARKL PKNKIK.LI), ) .,
L. CJILI1KRT, Oimmuis.
Dated nt Piltsloid this 20th day of July, A.
D. 1830. :i2
WV. the subscribers, being appointed by the
Hon. Probate Courl for the disliict of
Rutland, commisinnei.4, to receive, examine and
ailji.st nil olnims and demands nf all persons a.
gainst the estu'e of
late ofClarendou, in snid distrirt, dee.mised, rep.
resented insolvenl, and aNo nil claims amide
mandi exhibited in Whet llieie'.o; nnd six innntlii
form Ihe dth day of July last, being allowed hy
said court for dial purpose, we do theiefnre here
by give noiice that we will ntfend to the business
of our said appointment, nt the ilivclling house of
(Jheslur KiiihIv, in Ohiroiiilon, on tlio Cwt
H'ediiesdays of September and December next,
from one o'clock until 8 clock P. M. on each of
! RHDI'.RICK RUTTON,
SILAS W. HODC.i:S.
Com mi n't.
Dated at Clarendon, this 1st day of Aujjuit,
A. I). 1S30. 3s
ivJ O T Z a B .
rBH IE Subscriber would give this public No
il tice, that nil demands that have been due
over one year must be paid immediate!".
JAMES RARRKTT Jr.
Rutland Aug. 2d. 1830.
BURT & .MASON keep comti-nilv for sal
LINSK.l) OIL, PAINTS .nVnll kinds;
DYK STUKFS, DRU(3S flIKDICINKS.
Rutland August 1st, 18HC. .'12
NEW ESTAULISIff if! EST.
rBIIIIi subscribers would inform the public,
.1. that they have commenced the mauufac
in Ltrni.ow, Vt. under the firm ol N. DICK
ER SON & CO.
There will be at all limes n good assortment
of phihi and Japan'd WARE, which Pedlars
who aro wishing io buy, ran have at the lowest
wholesale prices. Also, GOODS, such at Ped
lars generally want, at a small advance fromcoit.
N. II. PedlaiH who aro wishing to purchate at
the above named simp, will do well to call.
N. DICKI1RSON CO.
Ludlow, Feb. 'J5, 183G. II
KI'I'T constantly on hsrni,
and for .alc, hy the sub
scriber, who bus been appoint
ed sole .dgent for this virinlly
Rutland, September 32. 1835.
T;.S,S7; GOVT, continues to pay aiich as ire
restored, ai d to liiuisart nil business for fen
Hinns, na usiml. at lit rt ofTce, 2 doors rorth of lit
(,'oiirt House, Rutland tf.
EE ii 11 t'c iTIanoii,
AYR for sale 10 Cag R LASTING VOW'-
. DRR. Also, Roger's, Orantre. and
English Rille POWDER.
45 IJaxes 0 by 7 and 7 by 9 Lake Dunmore,
Salisbury and common WINDOW GLASS.
2000 Eighti, differrnt s. WiSDOW
Rardwcll'i Cast Stnl AXES. Grain CRA
DLES manufactured by lomili Wicker.
Alto.- RYU; COTTOX Y.lllX, CUT! OX
n.rrrs; cixnu: inciaxa.
Rutland, July IS, Ki0. 30
JUST received by JAMES BARRETT, it,
a vaiiely of moulding and Rench T00rS
which will be told at fair price?
Ruiland Jul??, 130. 11
mjil Qil eTtrrrjy
I K .t.and J .' 3. H30