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ARUWMiWTH "OIt TKETOTALtHM
i.Sfr.-I t.i.dvt.a,0.,v,e. in IMr wit
fV' p?ct, II e p)t sic, t (
' . . .
.Utetncn't ra Ihf ttibwel f If-cletsHt'tv ,
I. TVUthrr elcoUd exult o l '! wine, or
art intriicttifl,;. for tr.anv.are inlmicalfe! by ihern. ,
'I. It it altw certsto Ihst dmnVrnwtt wit pre-
stem !!.( ib J"t, tJ on Ihe continent, and
id out own country, lefor tptrits were distilled.
and rtptcitlly before lhey were ' Jld l he drunk. ,
3. It certain alto, "f bc greater pin
f dronkepne, ia tnny part i.f England, it nw
trig U mill Itqour and wines and that, if ill fpir
lt were destroys! lo-moffo', if nothing more
nrit done, drunkcnnrss would mil be pre ilmp
4. Il l rcrlsin lint if all Intoxicating drinks
were abandoned, drunkenness nould cease l onrc,
tid tbit to long it abstinence should be ubtcrTcd,
it netrr coold pretiil agtin.
6. It itctrUin Ibtl they might be generally a
bandtmed, without danger or inconvenience ; fur
persons uf all tj't, f tiling, consiiluliunt, and prc
viout habits, hc bik)oncd llicm by tliuunindi,
tuihoui n) nil rciullt.
C. It It certain, tod !lie uho plead fur ale a in1
nice in moderation acklitmlcde M, that ilruliU'li
Df tt j;f i.crallj', if not utiitcrtall. mutt rithcr tc
rtfoimrd b abttinrnrr, nr not at all ; and no uno
It likrl to prevail with drutiKards to abataiii, but
lbo who id I lie citmplr.
7. .Moderate diltilrr, thervfurc, ditijualify them
clft for benefiting mi fL-clalininj; drunlardo, bc
iJti iticmtini; the dilTiculty of abttincnce to thotc
wli'i hue been rcfiriiicd in many ciect, and in nut
a few taming their apoatacy.
8. Many modcr'tc tlrinkcri become drunkard
iWmbcWc, fur all till- ncw-ir.adc drunkarda are
audi at were the day before but inudarale drink
er. 0. All the present drunkards became cueli in
coneiience of uaing intoxicating drinks uf tome
kind moderately, and chiefly dnnka of ll.o weaker
10. All the 111)0 miichicfa aprmg from drunk
tnnet by aloand wino, at from drutikcnncts by ar
drnt apiriti ; and, judging from obtvrvation and
common acute, whatever bad things may be aaid
oftpints, may be (aid of intoxicating drinks gener
ally. 11. .Many hate bcii reformed by tcctulalfain,
nd have continued ttcady now for many months,
and aoine for several yean; and not a few of the
reclaimed hive begun to attend places of worship,
lo unite with Cluirtian churclict,oiid to give proofs
of a true conversion.
12. Many families hive thin been delivered
from want, and dircord, and guilt, and micry, and
their homes changed into little heavens.
13. No man that drinks ale and wine moderate
ly, can be auro that he thall not be drunk to-morrow
; for the wisest, and the best, and the highest
in atalion, have been deceived Uy them, and their
-equals may bo deceived again ; while il is impos
sible for thoto who drink tin Intoxicating drink, to
be ovtrconie-of drnnkcnne.'P,
14. Tectotalitm it therefore a security from one
el of danger to the suuls of men, by which more
Christiana and ministers hnvo been overtaken and
undone than by any other dangers: ; and when uo
feel ourselves so weak, and know ourselves so in
secure, even after all our clTurts.and a lien wc pray
acli day not to be led into temptation, it seems lo
be tho nUcst plan, is nil mutt grant it is the rafest,
15. Abstinence from intoxicating drinks is not a
sin ; fur no part of God's word requires men to uso
intoxicating drink, nor docs any paesago rithcr
ay, ur in any way insinuate, that to abstain is
10. Abstinence from ale and wine is not like
monkish or Pagan sthenics of mortification, the
tendency of which is,lo extinguish the human race,
or to render men utclcar to each other.
17. Teelotaliain is nut the diminutive of men's
pleasure, but, in many ways, an augmentation and
improvement of all tho best enjoyments ol the body
and the aoul. ,
16. There are few who might not be instrumen
lal in reclaiming drunkards, and in placing others
out of serious dangers, by practising and advoca
ting abstinence, and that without abstracting from
(heir usefulness in ether ways,
10. No man can tell to whal extent he may do
mischief, by countenancing the utcul drinks which
are so dangcroua and mischievous to families, and
churches, ana communitiet,ir wcare lojudgu from
the expenmcntt that have been made.
20. Any man may discontinue the use of drinks,
without cither danger lo his health or comfort
21. If all moderate drinkers were to become
Uetolalcrr, the maiiufactura of drunktrds would
stop at once ; for all the new drunkards, making
al the prctcnl rale about an hundred thoussnc a
year lor our country, arc
made out uf moderate
22. If moderate drinker were to give over drink
ing, drunkenness would become more hateful, and
drunkards would be shamed out of their sins by
23. If all lh moderate drinkers should become
teetotalers, the slo-huuscs and tptril-ahops would
II b closed in less than eighteen months ; the
drinking trade, and all the temptations to drunken
ncia would d'tsppear ; drunkards would be forced
to abstain ; and the drinking system would alto
gether pars away. They arc tho moderate peo
ple, that keep drunkarda and drunkard-maker in
countenance, and find them with work and wage,
. aa well at make each following race of drunkards
s the old ones die.
21. If a'l were teetotalers, oar country would
save onehundrtd millions uf puundt yearly, which
would make about five pounds cscb fur cvny man,
woman, and child In Crcat Itnlain and Ireland ; or
from fori) lo fifty rounds a year to every poor
25. Il would save each )eartbe 1'vcs of more j
than thirty IbouMtul ptsone, who prematurely dio
through drink ; and die fur ever, there ia ground
to fear. , Crit. .Idtwatt.
Nrw uun.1t wool cs.or. Wool hat become
the principle att pie of New England, and its pro
duction is rapidly tuoltiptjing the number of rich
farthers tn all parts of its territory. There are sup
posed lo be in Vermont 1,000.011 sheep ,-ln New
Hampshire -105,170 ; In Connecticut 300,000,
and ia Msmcbuietts, Maine, and Khodo-Island,
eouugs; to inakc up the roand comber of 0,775,000.
T talo of the annual wool crop u estimated at
IM2.1P6 lit. &lk(Jt.
To whom il tnny Conrrrii,
DTTllin itWnlfl htrror Wen laljr trr-'atrd Gtansi
t J l f Un l iim ft,.,...,., i m . i I !., !,.!., . IB
rsr rn i.i nj rrv nisru. nrn 11 rn ri nmtr-r 10 ,
... . i ,,,, e-r cVils.rt a,..le wit), ,.d ,
Cimnm fler Ibis dtr will be hili null ud ioiJ tn
. .. ... . . .. .. . . I
Mosr.5 mi kins, a4,Hiiru
1,1. rrwii isklfbtnl lo Ihir r!t f nictiurd II .
mUk f I'mihixy df-MMod, trr rrqnntrtl tn nitht '
ImmNiilr pt.vmrot t tnr lulxcrlrxr IrtJ ullpfrrutu
lutmj tlruiaod rilhrr f to-lr nr I k arei.unt, tiint
uU ttr, mllpmrot Ihrtn tame fur siljurlmtnt slid
II J.UL'GGI.I, Um,,.l,ntor.
W fit I'oultnry, ;uue fO. 1937. vT.Ow
T KNTI.:.MAN"S I'umit, l.sditi' V.knS J-h. r,
Vfiv Krendi hi loiiunvii K Jhpi tnd C'lnlilici.'i Mi. i
fcr isle by
imnii'.ls i un.i..
IltillsnJ, ) me :4, IR37. 2
I It tying Tools.
m Altars. .M'NUIAIt t.S, nnd 111. VNCIIAIUI'S
C,i .,.! (;-.m.r, .Su.l sf'l 77 I'.Url 1'it.li
firkf, l.M ON,b Sejtlir buath, Scjihc Moms ami
llakri fi r sale by
n.l.MIW.S .V iii:i,i,.
Itilll-n.l, June SC. 10.17. XI
,1 I'osl-Jlitlcr ivttitlctl.
WNTi:i immtdinhly, tlmr"0Sli rOST IUDKIl
lo d stribiitc thr llr.inl n, Sr ,l i:sma mid ntli
er psperr.iin the rxteutitp snd lucrative rmitc now cur
ried on by MrWn.i.iAM Kiv.miu AIhuiI three hundicd
Newspspcrt nrc now distributed on laid route, snd many
innre my doiibtlest be diitnbiitrd.
Ci lnquire at the 1Ikiiai.ii Oh it k, llutlatid or
Statesman () ntn, Caitlctuu.
April II, 1037.
i otic i :
VJ niprnins of the SSth .May,a3yer old bay or brown
Stud COI.T. The owner il requested to piuve pro cr
'Ti l'y charges nnd take him away.
Ml. Holly. June II, IC37. 2j
BUItT b MASON keep roii.stantly lor ealo
DruprM anil ilIvdiciiiCM,
MAiitHCCtl Oil. ami JPic-SI tills.
Holland, June 10, 18117. v()
liii ill 1)0 r.
yTiUllTfc MISON hare for sain 100000 pood
JJ2 SpriiieShinslci. Also.Kluor boards, l.nlh buards,
Cilapbuards anO cniiimon boards.
HutiMiJ. June y, IITJ7. 20
BiUIlT U MASON have for sale. SALT I'OIIK
O tho firit quality by tlie iund or barrel.
Itutlniid, June ), IJ37. ng
kUKT .t MASON have f..r sale LU'KRVOOL
TUJIKS JS1..KVD a.vl CO.lllSH U'Wl'l'liA-
(SlUrr.Rn.VK FLOUR of the first quality U'.llt.
1&H.-1.VTKD, for sain by
HURT A MASON.
Ilutlaud, June I'J, 1K)7. 20
CrnillS is to eeitify that I liave given my two sons,
JL Henry and Kranns,lhrir time till their arrival at
lawful age, to transact business for themselves, and that
I ahull not claim their wager, nor be responsible for their
contracts after this date.
Chittenden, June 16, IH37. 'JO
rilllE Miibacrihcr wntild respectfully inform the
JL. public dial in addition tn his Ubual very gen
eral aesortiiient of
lie lias received, Dm! now oflurs for sale, u
ltis only necessary for the subscriber losay
that these Stoves arc universally approved
wiicre l hoy arc used.
Also NAILS of the nrst duality will be
kept constantly on hand, by the KEG.nl
the Troy pi ices. Also, a quantity of ground
for sale cheap for ready poy.
l'nirlinvnn, Dec. 3, I83G. 50lf
QF OFFICERS OR SOLDIEllS OFTHE REVO
LUTION, who wero married IVeoie the idore of
their latt term of Service, whose huibands served, agree
ably to Ihe art of Congress of Ihe lh, Juue, 1 1132. In o
yean, and not less than six monllit.can now draw during
life, or duriug Iheir remaining single, by virtue of the
act of 4th, July, IC3C, such pensions as their husbauds
would have been rntitled to, under I lie firit mentioned
act; whether Iheir huibands may have died dining Ihe
war, or since that period. Aim, llio widuws of surli
Olficers or soldier who were married after hi war.whose
nutnarHH nave tiieu since the -llh, ol .March, IU31, and
before the , June, 1031, can draw so much at (heir re
spective huibands votild hate b en entitled lo, under
the art of June 7, IKJi, from Ihe said 4, March, Ili3l,lu
the day of the laid husbands' decease.
rOBTSCBJtrT. MtRiii Tu IKH. Ilr a
of July 4, B,jr,,,e extended to wiJowswKu have mar -
led IILCe lh, lleeea.f flli, ir fml liti.KTTXVI. . r.. ...1
. iv, liuujc
services, sued widows may now claim rniions unJer
saM set, provided Ihey wtte widows at the lime of its
passage. Alt--, ihe widow of any person who cmlinuad
in ine u
S servsee until Ihe a-lefNortmUr. 17U3. ji.J
wai mame.1 tf..re that day. aisd while her huiband was
in sueh srKe, will betntitlcj tothe bentfiUf said 3.1
j i 0111,11 vuinni nnr tue Qbctf intfttiotitc Btli.
MiwiAti, uaitMuita, as ulnar, tylhe mlir
nMHIK i a cheap and valuable edition oflhe
J. Ihble for the use of Families, in tw o Vols, just
rcc'd.and for ule al ihe Holland Book Store by
JPork a tut iitutiu.
mAIGElMUNCr-R have for sal, .Wu, 30 barrel,
wrttls vl J.-r.Wi, also, COUN, RVlssi OATS.
liuuoM Milt ,IU .April 10, IW7 6.ix
o it i: i, " o f k
.... . ....... ..
W M' '? P"". ?" '"W V
J J lM li! Kknnmlh ljl II iratil III ilk.
. lull aMoMDieutof all kinds otf7.f VY,ol Ihe latest laili
iwif. lit :
Hl.ifX- iinr lhah S.ptrfiAt C.1STOHH;
.llto, 2. (i.3, oii' lo. Ill id- finrf Drub t
unu n,ie tvyerjinr nrvi.i iw equal io
any that can be made in this or any other Stale in
1 ,... wwt
Murk and ItTtile ivjirrfiiit llrvih tin., equal to
of every mc and description, to toil the most dif
ficult purrha.cr and all fits for the Lawyer, Tar
mor and I Is inly.
J He also keeps fr those who wii.li, a small as
sorlmcnt of first rale
j Silk llats,
, at the City price. M,n, Ihyt I'll I. T IUI S
no always lias a nod tupply ol.
And tinir the ml, Cue" pledges hiniirlf to sell loner
than rn be bought in litis ir my oihrr of the twenty
six States for ready cmh, or his i wn notes, hiihhe
would even orcfr In Jatlun Gold.
I I In' luul CnuU ik ibis cipuulimiity to cxpres" hit
Krulitutle In Hip public (t past lamrr, smd only desires
Ui5L ""J coi1"iiW5.t((,bistowli'"" im'ilie'palriii5e he
merits forliTs filclity and tMinctualitr in boeiucri. '
The goinl ett.xtnsiu ihe iicighburiug towns he hopes
will call on him, wlio want to m.ike gvud bargaiui iu the
1V:iii led :
Siir.tnrn I4.MiS WOOL nnd IIatii.mi andSmr
ri.nti rUHS for which u liberal price will be paid iu
Hats or Cash.
Also H'unltd, mmt kinjt of rnoouci: that the Knr
mer raises, in exrhnii;o fur llats.
Ilutlaud, May 2, 1d7. I0:lf
To all niiuui il may concern.
IIMIKAS, THOMAS I.. GKINKI.L, h.is taken
llie liberty to present my name before the public,
n the. Vermont Watchman, representing mr as having
lef this bed and board, without just cause or provocation,
nnd having a wish to tindicnte the truth in whatsoever
situation 1 am plared.l hereby promptly dtny the charge
brought against mc by tho snid Grinell, I am quite
willing that he should tell the public that I have li lt him
if he wishes to, but I never left his bed, for he never had
one for mc to leave, and as to board, he had not prorii
ion enough fur a person one meul at the time I Iclt him.
To speak the plain truth he was loo indolent lo tnlte
care of a wife and one child. Had I not hud kind neigh
I burs, I must have suffered much for the comforts of n
, warm fireside n: well at provisions. Ilo hud no need of
ciiutioiiiiij; any one against trusting me on his account,
for there is no dependence to bo placed on his wold at
all. Had he used tho means in his power lo havo pro
cured a livelihood, it would not now have been snid that
Thomas I.. Grinnell and bis wife have parted. Further
more, I thould not have) made this public, and exposed
his character hnd he nut given mo provocation, by not
stating the truth of tho due.
Rutland, June 10, ID37. 50
12llxir Vegctnl IlnlMiiiiiquc,
K. II. DOWN'S
Wuclublc Balsamic Elixir.
VnOR Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Catarrh, Croup
il! Asthma, Whonpinp; Cough, and of all oilier diseas
es ofttiq lieail, elicit aud lungs.
Pamphlets contniiiing a history of the medicine a
ketch of tho diseases for which il is rcconiuieuded, cer
tificates from unquestionable sources ample directions
accompauyin;ciich buttle may bo ImJolany of the A
Fur the benefit oflhe atllicted, I beg leave tu give the
Rev. JS'.IL Duwns' Vegetable Balsamic Elixir.the high
est possible recommendation. I have given it to a child
ol mine whoie lunjs wcrcevidently dangerouily a tree ted
and for whom wu were much alarmed, after having tried
many other remedies in vain the result is.lhe disease is
now appreotly removed and Ihe child restored to health
To effect this, one phiul enly hat been ucd.
Stanbridge, June 22, 1030.
O'The above mediciue is for tale nt the Ilullnnd JJook
I7:f W. FAV, Agent.
Newly Invented Truss.
THE DOUBLE CONE, SPIRAL SPRING
TBiF.CENTLY invented by Bki.a Fann, is now pre
tented lo the public under a full conviction that it
can be worn with more case and tafcly. and with great
er bentfit to the Patient, than any other Trust now in
use. These Trusses, io far it is believe,!, aa human gen
ins can go, posters a perfert self-adjusting principle.
They accommodate themselves to every motion and no-
.:i:.. ..r.l 1 .1 ..
nun w, mi, ouujr, mm at mc iamc time, preserve a con
stant, uniform, equal, nnd lo the Patient, an agreeable
pressure upon the parts to which thev lire itiiitlif-t1. Tim
Cadi are formed of a Wire Spriu.bcut tu the shape af
u 11.. .,1.1a e, .:,i. t. 1 . . 1
- MTumciuiwtiiiiuciiiie compresseu 10 a gentle
convex, lo receive the cushion. This pad 11 attached to
an elailic Steel Spring, which passes round the body.
I III. JJouble Irun It formed by affixing one end of
ine sieei spring 10 llie centre or a tranivtrrc Har, (on
each end ol which is placed the ulwve described Pads.)
Ilyits free and iiucinbairaitcd movements, the pads can
be adjusted 10 Ihe prolapsed parli with peifcct rate nnd
safely.whether they are situated horizontally or in an ob-
liquc direction from each other; amino movement of
ine nooy enn uispiuce or in Iho least aiTcct them, lur
thcr description ii dceintd unnecessary, as Ihe ,li-M..i
iuspection has never, in a tingle instance, failed to satisfy
v . cnju-mui,,, 1 or 1, luprri'ir properties.
Fortalo by DANIELS & HELL, Rutland, ft.
I'eb. 11. 0:8mo,
1 (.TillOSLonly, whq knuwbv cxnerience the inflViin.
1 JJL endurel fioin ' c
' IIUtAl.l Oil HI I'J URL,
I u til ,et a lilkf illlmil. tw.n llin i'.Im. ..r : .
, - ' . "l-"" i"fc i iJilluilirin,
' f "r "I"' perfect cure of this dangerous complaint. The
I'loprielori liaxard Bollim; in'snertiog that no inslru -
mua has cser bceu used for llrri.nu, iu perfectly adtp-
led. stfe and crrlaiu ofefitciin; ciire-i.
Cures have been perfgrmed ty these Tlicur.s iu four i
weeks : Ihotijli aggravated eaiet.attl castt of long tlainl-1
,ng, mat ot r.l.a i kaixt be ccni.r,; butiniuth,'
"Jur " 11 win ix gu en. iecent cases should receive
... v,,c. iimui v.ni iimuiu receive
immediate atti ulioo. lu order lo iosnre surre., A in. I
is earnestly recommended, that their lupenorily may be
F.very purchsicr hat the nririltreof l..,n,-
il. , .n.. 1 -t .1 ' . ., ..." "
- i,ii 1.1 ci;iiiuijih u uocs noigive
For tale by sppomtmenl, by
y JA'S POUTER, Rutland
ai Titis HcTcniaiot. Jr, H'ooditoek, ft.
Itull.odllooVfclorcby ' V FiV
' May.'4,&"j7. 7 .AY.
W. W. MISSER,
o. soo WASiiiiumiN si-ni:trr. lias ro.v.
Importtr and DraUr li Kncliih, C.mlan, t'rrnrk, (
(Jtimtn, and .Utriom y.l.XCY (0()l)i; find,
Ol'IIJOINI.I) it CoUlojue of imc i.f the varioui
3 kiodi ifOHli n'.tl'.SlKSSKH eamtantly rr- '
celling Inim the Kuretju snd Doinnlic Mmuilnrtiitrr. .
lu lulieitin; th cuitom of nierchaiitt and tieslrrr, lie ,
aliurri tlitm 1 1 is, t tie n ill if II lilt guodi fur cuili ur crr.lit,
t si diw priret and on at gooj teron al can bt fuunJ in
nr citv in the Union. 1
,in- but recrctly commenced buimrn. he will be
Iplcu-d tu ictl fr tviii at a much lnwcr rate of profit
iltiau the old and ttl lulled huuiei ul the city ale in tin -
i HtCII GOODS, fiuld and fc-her I'encil Catri in
real var!t)t GolJ, Silver, Shell, I'earl and finel; luiot
til Siiull and Tobacco lloxrs t Silvir S'iihu.i, llnmMer,,
lluttcr and I nut Knlus ; I'earl, Aae and (ilaii tilvtr
mounted Seali ; illver niuuutrnl llrks, t-'rmcrt, Stilet
toes, Kiiurieiaud Waxei ; .S.Ivir Toclli picks, Ulmtlts
and lUttles i a great Vanity ol elegant 1'iarl Watch
tittuds I.ndies rich C!oldiUted lltud Daiids, llrnecliti
and lloilquct lloldeis; llllnicl Huso Wn'idanJ Silver fur
msheJ Sewiu; lloxet j sih'ir plattd Teeth llruih, Soait
I nd Slurin,
lloxci ; sold and silver Vmarcttes,
CUTLERY. Pinrl, liory, Stag, Hern and Cncmi
handled 1, 2,3 and 4 blade pen and pockt t Knilis,.,f
Roger',' 'Hunt's,' 'Crouk't,' 'Rutin rain ,V Ilacthaw's
manufacture j heik, Howie and Pruning Kuitts; pearl,
Ivory anil Slag handled Sliver capped Dirk Kuivcfi a
grtat variety uf Kugtith and French manufactured Ra
zors in eases, on carUsaiid dozen, ; miiimluic Kuiiti and
Scissors; pocket, llutton-liolc, Nail, l.acc and comnioii
Scitiuri aud Sluurt, of Kngluli mid German make, of ev
ery form and quality j Twctzcrs, &c.
JlllL'blllCS. French, lliiglifh und American Hair
lliuihci, of ull possible varied sue and finish ; Clothe',
Nail, lint, Comb, Shaving and Shue llruslu s.nfsieat va
riety! l,'-,3,d and 5 row fine Fiench, F.nglish and Aintr
eau Teeth Driitlui; Crumb aud Flesli llrusher.
COM1M. Fine Tvory Cuinbs of all sixes and prices j
wrought nnd plain Shell Hack nnd Side Combs: Shell
and llulhilo horn Twist Combs; Shell, Ivory anil horn
pocket Conil s; sih er, gilt and Japanned Metallic Twist
Oiimuii Jet nnu Oill fclicil Sulc Combs.
SU.II'S, l'EHFUMEUY .1X1) OILS. Almond
l ullc fclinvn," Soan ! 'Low s, wliitcaml lirmvu Toitri
aud Shaving Staps ; I.awson's cumpotitiuii So.ipfor llie
extraction ol oils Irom nloth; American Toilet uuu bua-
viniraoais, in "real variety: real Farinn. French and
American Colognes -, Fnglish mid French doubled distil
led Lavender Water; French perfumed Toilet und llu
rcau Cushions : a general assortment of the Freuch ex
tract of Flowers, too numerous to particularize ; Mac
cassar, Antique, Vegetable and Ucai'i Oils; Heir's
Giciisc, I'earl Powder, French and American Hair l'uw-
der, and Otto of Rose,
POCKET JIOOKS, C.UID CASES, kc. Plain nud
inlaid Shell Card Casri, l'cnrl nnd wrought Ivory Card
Cures, Gill nnd Morocco do.; Souvenirs, Note Cases,
Memorandum Uooks, Tablet, Thread and Needle Cases
ol beautiful finish and cxlcusiro variety ; Ladies' silver
and steel mounted Pocket Hooks, simple und c nibiuid
with Card Cases and Needle Rooks furnished nr.d plain;
Gentlemen's Wallets and Pocket Hooks, in as great n va
riety as can be found in the cily; Pnicclain Slates, Leaves
and Tablets; Shell Card Baskets, of beautiful and varied
nilOKZED GOODS. A trreat variety of Uninuc
and cleguut patterns of IJrouzed Ink Stands und Ther
mometers ; Rronzed card Racks nnd Wutrh Standi :
Uronzed Pnstile Humeri. Tabic Hells. Colonic and tier.
DESKS, C.1SES. 1IOXES. 4c. Ladle.' nud Geo.
Ilcmeu's P2, 14, IC, 111.20 and t!'2 iuch Rosewood and Ala-
hogany Pearl inlaid and brass bound Writing Desks,
with secret Drawers ; Ladies' and Gentlemen's richly
luruished and plain Dressing Cases I Leather Travelling
and Japanned Shavine Cases : I.ailioi' nlnin ami iiImi'iL
furnished uod unfurnished, Rosewood, Satinwood, llird's
eye Maple nnd Mahogany Work Hoxci ; a variety of si
zes nnd patterns of pictured White Wood Cotton lioxes;
Travelling Roll up and Lock up Portfolios : Pcrfiimprv
Jewel, Handkerchief and Glove Cases : clcsant Chinese
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES. Read Ragi and
Purses, Silk und Leather do.; silver plated, gilt and ittcl
Purse Clasps ; plated, cill, slccl und class Purse llinsrs
and Tntscls; boxes of Motlu Seuls, euibroidercd llcilin
Needlework, Pearl, Manilla, Leghurn, Shell, Leather,
Morocco and German Cigar Cases ; Fancy Toilet Glas
ses ; liuxes and llaskcti : Fancv Album Hooks and fin.
India Rubber Rings nnd Halls: elastic Garter. : In.
deliblc Ink, steel aud German Hones, F.nglish aud Amer
ican Razor Straps; Uriltnma nnd Wood Shaving lloxci ;
powder and Puir Uoxcs; Lucifer Matches; Spool Stands;
Wood, Ivory and Irou Silk Reels ; Pearl nud Ivory Silk
and Cotton Winders ; Uoxet of Pens. Juki und Sund ;
Feather Dusters ; wrought lvery, Cluueso nnd Feather
I am and f ire Screens; work, travelling, Cuuton, Freuch
and American Baskets; slccl J'cna olall the mott appro
ved manufacturers' muke: Wax Ueadi . n,.rl NV, li
ces ; Safely Cliaini ; Pins nnd Nccdlei ; pin Cushion! ;
tteel, Ivory and Wood Screw Cuihious ; Kgg Glasses;
teel, gill and composition Thimbles ; Pearl, Hone and
v..oiou ruper r oiucrs nnd Uoldcn ; Tape Meaiures ;
Gold and Sliver Spangles; transparent, Bronze und com
mon Wafers ; riling luk and Sand ; Glast lukstnmlt
und Sands; Billet and Letter Paper, and all llio vaticties
of Sealing Wax ; cloak Clasps ; Ivory, Bone and cocoa
iNapkin Rings; Puzzles; Mirror and Toilet Glasses; Toy
Watchet and Boxes of Chinese Toys.
ARTISTS' TOOLS AXI) MA'I'Ell IjI I.n At .!,.
of best prepared Canvassei ; Dry nnd Ground Colon ;
Mnitic Variiuh ; Nut Oil ; Lion's, Sable and Camel's
Hair Bruihei; pallet Knives ; Asphaltum; all sizes oi
Freuch and English Ivuncs ; Wiilcr Colors ; Miniature
Cases; Black aud While Crayons; Portcrayons and
SHOOTING AND ANGLING TACKLE. Per
cussion Cups; fchol Bars; Powder Flasks: nocUti
Drivers; Guu Worms; Game Hags; Flagons uud Sports
men's Drinkin; Cutis, a verv convenient ariirtr f..r tp...
ellers; Fulling Hods and Hooks; Baskets; Floats; Lin
en. Manilla. iltr mil lluir I t.. t..!. r... t
, - , , viui, t,c,
U.'UIES AND A.VUSEMEWS. Splendid Canton
.tiuujju. ivory tnwiuic, ,.Mh. k'-ali.t. aniU.'ctman
Ivory, Bone and Wood ditto ; Chess Uuckgamuion and
CliHiuer Boards, of Canton, English nnd German make.
Ivnry, Bone and wood Chequcrnicn ; C'nbbuge Hoards ;
English, Fiench and American Playing Cards ; wrou'lit
l Aory, Pearl, Bone Whist nnd Loo Counter? ; Dice and
Cupi ; Dominoei ; Lolu ; Solitaire ; German Tactics ;
loxundGeeie; Battledores: Brids: Coronellai. , r:,.,n..
of the Graces; Cup and Balls; Boxes of Games ; Jump
Hoi ; Bows, Arruwi uud Target! ; Jack Strawi ; lo
gethrr with the following amusiug and instructive Dis
serted Puzzles: wruU'ht Ivory und nlnin Boxei tif.'lu.
nese Puzzltt Mnpi ol the World, Euiopc, Amer.ca aud
j the United States; Buildings; Landsdapt t; Manufacture
of Tin; GranJ Aviary; Zoological Gardem; SUiery
abolished j Scents iii Parii ; Telegraph; The Sorcerer ;
I Ecnplurt Views ; Monument; A II C; Harvest Home-
frair uay; Hilly Button; Johnny Gilpm; Threading the
,. :t . , - . ' -i"o ,1
' "eoru! Robiuson Crotoe ; Namleon't li
1 'j'""' ' A Year after Marriage ; Hunt the Slipper ; f
. ' J5",n,s Lrtrybody, &c. ,Vc.
I Orders from the country ullcnded lo and mil
w,t orelcare. 1-1 3ui:.,2ni:3m
nrirr 11.- 1 1 ...
V1V'-le.."OKriben, being appointed by the Hon.
', r n Ut D,',"cl ot Hutland,
1 ,i ,ci.-ifi:, cxaunua auu aujuit all culms
1 1"x,Ul'n'u of all persons against the eslale of
1IOXUY JU lilt Mi
i...,r ... , ,,,, . . , , .
laleof .Mount llolley, lo salJ distrlcl, deceased, renre-
......v. ,.i,i, uw anu an ciaiuii sou demavtli cxhib-
Itid in olTiet llitieto : and six mouilis r,, 11.- r.ii. .!.
rtl..f n . . ., u 1 1 .1... II l . . 1
ofjune last, beiuj allowed by laid court for thai purpose,
we do theitfore hereby give notice that wa will attend to
Ihe buiioeit of our laid sppoiMmeut, at ouianna Ilsr
ben, widow of said dereaitd, iu Mt-Holly, 00 the 1st
..louuaji 01 u;uu aoc December text, Irom 9 o'clock
a. M. until 4 o'clock r. m. on eath of said dyt.
DANIEL PACKER. ) ,.
ISAAC VICKEIOIAN, tewaimwners.
Dte,latMt,HoUj,lha jlhdayofJuot 1SJ7 iv
.'d'r t-r vr- tn irnit . i' imff.
'I1! I l.!-l". rclcKratrd bitten re ' omrw-iril purelrel it
etbli of the mt"t iiim -eenl and ipeeifir viitoti
They are recommended psrticulsrljr tur rettrun;
eomtttiilioni, eUsntlnf nnd ilrenjlhrnin; the itnmsia
snd tncre kmiij: the pplite alio a prcventirr ixicit
."'' tncrrnMiij- ine spline-sio a preventive tj,,,
1 eh.dera moibiu, fevtr and-tjue, reinorms ntutu,
1 voniUlnj, heart burning, wtuknttt in ilir I res, pain m
., n. .....
Price 2 , tuts a box.
II U 6 SI". I. I.'S
Uroctnlilc JJflfotiw iili.,
Oil KI.VIl.Y 'iliC,
FOR gcue'al tile in cases of Jaundice, mwhiit stm 1
ilyofthe slomaeh end buwels, loss of appetitr, K,i ,,
brrath, etiilireutsi, Piles, nnd all diseases arising ff, ,n
biliary ilrrangemenls, also for correcting tlieml, ,
tltf, t,l,i,Mt. ,.! itfaiiii,l lli (fit- it iiT f.iitt ami 1 ... , , , .
I ,. These pilli are"n mild cathartic. prrlu,i-,. If..
,ltr pn ,,, crlpin;. nnd are therefore a valn.bii ,
highly approved medicine, and are pronounced 11, .
Iir 1 1 if most distinguished pli)iiiuiu.
Each box cuntaini 3!l pills.
RtHSF.LI.'S CI.Lr.lt II TF.I)
Snlt liijrutii fiumtnt.
THIS is tiuiiiestionably the best nnd tnfest rrrnts'r
ever yet tilTrre.1 lo the public for that ubstlnnle duorjii,
Salt Rhtum. It Inn silrrerded where other rnrani lists'
failed, and the fait (hat it has been extensively luedl.;
eniuirnt practitioners tpeaki volumes iu its prane. i N
equally ellicaclotn in all distaics ul tho skin, sralJ litsj,
ring worm, and tho most inveterate rich, kc. Ac. ,N.
merous eertifientes might be obtained, but the propritltr
chooses that n fair trial should be the only evidence of i'i
siicriur ejheney. Price 00 cents a box.
THIS choice aud sufo ointment is mid to bo mpeilor
tu any now in use, for that dimgrceable und loathsome
disene, the itch. Thil ointment it so certain in its ope
ration that no person troubled with the above disorder
ought lo be without it. His n remedy for eulanroiis
eruptions, tcorhutic affections f the head, nr nny other
breaking out which nrises from sharp humors in the blood.
Price ?5 cents u box.
A frithsupply is Jus! received and for talc by I. tmu.it
l)tMr.i.s,JMKs lUniiKTT, Jr., Jamks I'oiitkii, llcni
tc Ma sour, Rutland I'll turn Si.asun, West llullaiid
Langdun, Moullon Sc Co., Caitlolon A. II. Illiss, Nojre
.1: Ransom, Erst Poultney Sluulry, LefTuigwell k Co.,
West I'oulluey ; Sabin, Uulton St Co., Samuel Ton
end, Walhngford ; Noah W. Suwyer, Tininoiilh ; l-s
M'Dnuielr, S, Sc N. J. Smilh, Dauby ; Hnughinn Urigji,
E. Strung Sc Son, Pave let ; Rowley. II lit Ir r, C! raves .t
Fasdick, firanville ; Stundish Sc Raker, Foot A Hales,
Ncrth Grunvillr; I), S. Wright Sc Co., Andrew Anderson
Whitehall und in moil oflhe stores throughout the V.
Vef?elnlle Piilniminrv Ilalsniii,
HTljlllSlruly valuable remtdy has now been bi fore tho
public for eight years, and hat proved itself the
most vuluahlo remedy discovered fur Cuughi, Culdi,
Aillima uiut Plitliitir, CvniHivytiun, IVIiovping-roufh,
and-iuliiioiiurv nffectiont of every kind. Hi sale is stea
dily increasing, nnd the proprietors nrc rnmtuutly rrrii
ving the most favorable nrcuitnts uf its t their. 'I lie fol
lowing new certificates arc offered for public exauuua
lion. From Dr Williain Perry.
I have wilncsscd the effects of the Vegetable Pulmonu.
ry llalsam, nnd have no hesitancy in expicssitig it as my
belief tliui it is n n.fc, convrnicnl, nud very ifficacioui
medicine. itcs eclfully yours,
Wm. Pr.nnv, M. I),
Exeter, N. II. July 17, l3i.
From Truman AMI.
or the Inst five yean of my practice, I have had the
sntisraclion to witness the beneficial effects oflhe Veget
able Pulmnntry Ualsnmin many cases ofobtlinalc cough,
and other i.lTjcIi,, ns oHIm lungs. I would therefore con
fidently rtconi.ncndili use iu nil complaints or the chest,
at being equal if not superior, to uuy ulhcr medic110
within my knuu ledge.
Truman ,1iir.i.i., M. I),
Lempslcr, N. II. Derember,3, li!3J.
Fiom Dr Thomas II r men.
The Vegetable Pulmonary Raliam hut been extensive
ly used in tho acction of the country where I reside, lor
several ycon past, and has Justly acquired a high reputa
tion iu consumptive complaints. So far as my knowl
edge extendi, it lias ncrer ditajiiiointtd the reusonalle ex
pectations of those who have uicd il,
Thomas Unowsr, M.I).
Concord, N. II. May II, CJ3.
Vom Dr Samuel Marril.
To the proprielnrs of the Vegetable Pulmonary llulismt
I am satisfied that the Vegetable Pulmonary llalsira
il a vuluahlo medicine. It has bven mod in Ulis place
with complete lucccu in obitinate complainti of Un
lungs, attended with a severe cough, loss of voice, and
the raising of much blond, which hud previously resiitel
many sppruved prescription!, .'fler usin,; Ihe ilulmra
one week, tho patient's voice returned, and ho win ens
bled tu tpeuk audibly. This case occurred some tiim
lince, nnd the man it now engnged not only in active hut
laborious business. Respectfully yours,
Sam ( 1:1, Monnir..
Concord, N. II. January 30, ll)3i.
From Mr Samutl Ertrett.
In October, I0JO, I win alluded with n rough accom
panied with n tererc pain in tho udo and difficulty 0!
breathing. I retorted In several remedies, but without
effect. Iu January, 1(131, I was attended by a skilful
physician, and subepiuly received Ihe advice of lever
al others, but the disease steadily incrtased, Ilia cou;li
was incessant, attended with a bloody offensive expecto
ration ; my fleih wat wasted, my feet swollen, ami my
itrcnglh extremely reduced. In .'pril.my casesetmed
Utterly honelrii, I was told by my physicians Hut me
diciuc could bof 110 further tervico lo uie, and il was
expected oy any ol my friends that I could not survive n
mouth. In this situation my daughter procured a bottle
oflhe Vegetable Pulmonary llalsam, (which the h.J
heard highly recommended for similar cornplamlj) aid
prevailed on me to make trial of it. Its use was atten
ded with the most unexpected and happy results. Il
gave mc immediate relief, and one bottle effected a cur'
ilia vet mre been free from pain iu Ihe side, tod coujlii
except in the caio of common colds.
Sam OKI, K-VKHlttT.
Motion, Murcli 1, IU32.
COUNTERFEITS! UEiT'ARE OF IMPOSITION
Each genuine botllo is inclotej in a blue wrapper, 00
which is a yellow label si jhed Sainpion Reid.
jsoni; otiikk ias bk nracinr.
Thc great celebrity of the Genuine fegrtaltli Pul
tnunuri llaltam, hat hern Ihe cause ofattempti tu intro
duce spurious aitleles, which by partially assuming tba
name of the genuu.e, nro calculated lo niidead and de
ceive the public. Among time mixture, are Ihe ".Amer
ican pulmonary llaliam," "Vejetablo Pulmonary IJai
saniic byrup," "Pulmonary lialsam," and others. Pur
cli.teis should inquire fur Ihe true article byitt wilol.i:
ii.rne. THE FEGF.TAJILE PVIJdONARY HAL
SAM, and ue that it hat the marki and the ifgriarureof
Each bottle ami seal it stamped V?.cktaui.e I't'LMO
SAIir Uai.svm. For le by
DANIELS it REEL, Rutland, ft.
Price M ceolt. 2 7:op'r
Done Milk neatness and depatch at thU Office