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milA.N' CORN. fnr maw', an U rauti to tkt iftt tl h.e obr wii.'3 among fsimers. .bcther . Uisl.ela f shelled ram esn r fift4tjri-1 nn n sere The fsct, !rcr. of ll. hstsag Ween stosn 1st l! i iffile4lf establish Hi, tUl H ran M ttifet be di.putcd. If wo loV al (lit mauei moie neatly, ne aUsLi see ground U bope that jse rosy da ern mote tbsn this. If we ap pas the t4ts f corn punted si thtee fret apsrt racb way, we slislt lute on fl sere 4?tQ hills. New, tfn the finiier supposition that loir beating stalks hjld tern tin In etch hill, each producing one eir, ami oaek ear prndisdHg xirn ounces at oirdtlpolM of lrtlcrl gt in, the wImiIo snvwsnt of the ere would be I70 I In of grit n; and alluMin- siy lbs to a bushel (60 lb ts tha leg'l vrrtgbtl the titld at-nuld be otrt one handled and forty bushels. Or ff. Instead of one pound' and three quartets in a lull, si above, each ut should ateragc right ounces yielding two ourdlti a lull, the rrop would amount lo WiO lbs. or, at f.0 lbs to a bushel, to one nan dred and iatjr one bushels tolbe acre. Hat if till can be done, why Is it not done' Onlt one answer eanba gltrn, which is, in general, Want of suffi cient care in cultivation Them n waat of care and exactness in not making tho bills so ihallho; number mentioned shall bj ctmtprohenried on an acre. Thetn H too litlliy Seed sown, so that little chance ts had to relet I fiom the hill, for continu ance, the most rigorous and thrifty plants. Manure enough is not always given to tho land; and by placing the manute in the hill without uploading It tivon tho land, the plant is prematurely forced in the beginning, and does not find food enough to hear it out in the latter pari of tho season. In truth, the Valits of our farmers Inre an thing hut exact in tb.lr eultiratlon. tew Hews o corn mere arc u ai do not present many missing hills; and Tew hills present four thrifty stalks. o have still much to learn In this mitter i but iIkiio is ccry reason lo hope, that tho lime Is not distant whtn, to a careful farmer, one hundred bushels of shelled cum to th: acre will bo no moie uncommon than uro fifty bush els at the present time. I remember welt when 50 bushels to tho acre was considescd as the maximum, product cmr Iikaly to be roached: yet the averago , -,.l I r - r :.. i.r .1 I j .1.1 ... t ' leldofa farm in Norihfield in this county has bon for years no less than 70 buhels to the acre The modo of managing and harvesting Indian corn is a subject deserving attention. A ditorsity of practice prevails in this as well as in other parts of the country. The custom of miking hilts, tint is, raising tho ground in a conical form round the plant, is well nigh abandoned. Many halMiill it; "but many cultivate it upon an entirely flat surface My own experience has taught mo that no advan tage comas from hilling tho corn at all, even in re spect to that point which was mainly designed to be accomplished by this practice that of keeping thu corn in an upright position and preventing its being blown down. V, hen tho surface is ilat the corn may be blown drnvn; but it Is moro likely to riso a gain than if it were hilled, as, in tho latter case, tho lull operates as a fulcrum over which tho stalk, in "bending, is broken. The roots arc tho natural sup porters of the stalk, and plants spontaneously ac cemmo ' ito themselves to their condition. On a tint surface they throw out moro and stronger late ral roots than whero the corn is hillod. The crop is cultivated now with a cultivator or triangular harrow with pointed or duck feet Instoad of the plough, which was formorly used. Tho cultivation of corn cannot bo too cleanly; but it is advisable nut to go in among it with a plough or harrow after the grain has bogun to bo formed, llefore that time, I am satisfiod that tho ground cannot bo kept too loose between tha rows. Colman's Agricultural lleperl. We find In an old paper the following singula: result of an experiment in planting wheat. Tha a mount of yield ia truly wonderful andwo presumo has seldom bcon eqaalled, even under the most ad vantageous circumstances in these degenerate days: A curious experiment xctll worth the notice and at tention of every famer'jin America, Joseph Cooper esquire, of New Jersey, planted in his garden, It grains of wheat that wero brought from thcCapa of Uood Hope, in the ship l.inpresi of China, Capt. John Greer., in 1785 seven grains of which weio lost by omo accident; tho produce ol the rcmiininj 7 grain, ho sowed in tho fall 1780, at the same time, nnd in tho tame field, that he sowed his common wheat, but carefully kept them apart, by which ex periment he found that the Cape wheat came to per fection at least ten days rather than tho wheat of this country, and its quality to excel anythingof the sort introduced amongst us. After threshing he tncaturett It, and lound one bushel -and fivo cizl of a bushel which weighed 100 1-4 pounds avoirdu- poise weight, winch Is something more lhan sixty, foui pounds seven ounces per bushel. One thou and grains af wheat taken promiscuously (without picking tha largest) weighed thirty-three penny--weights Troy ; from which rate wo find the whole quantity to amount to 874,134 grains, and the num ber contained in a bushnl. Winchester measure, to contain 339,110 grains an increase almost beyond ouncrpuo.l. Br.cn Corn. The followiug method.of pre piritig corn for seed, has been pursuwl, with uni form success, for several veata. to nrevent its de. Mruction after being plantul, by fowls, birds or oven nogs. Take one bushel of shelled corn in a basket, anJ immerse it in water, so hot as scarcely to en- uurctno nand in it the corn to remain in the -..I .1 Ll ' , .... .. ...w.b..,J uiiutTj, iiiiac qui iiioi Intkvt n ith the corn to drain, havo then rcadv ' rnc suitable vls in w hh to nour it, a,H ,hU ! "" uiuiuuyiiiy wurrnco; rmSO Otlt tho! ...v., v.. u put ui ui, wurmiii, Stirring It im- mediately, until each grain is com1 with the tar ... ,ft ,. , , , V, i Hhich will .,lv be accomnli.lml u-hil ,1..' ! virwicn warn men nave I ! lb or copperas ground or fiori, pulverized, thrown upon the urrui eotn an ' uttl aiirrul , then dry the whole by inning thclrtl lime, ashw, tdaneror gypsum therewith, wbru it is trady to plant. This coating of tar, copperas, lime, .tc is ex cttdingly unpleafant to the taste, which is the cause of luboin; fire from depredation, arnl its umdeawmiK-js will uot be afTeetiJ by the ruanture f the ground. I havo k. r what Lai been left after planing larS or 3 vreals. and ihm 1,41.1 .. r. ..: ? I I I "" " I , ,, ,. .ui 1 VIIIUIIIIII", td it woaiW vecttaiG , ll i. ' ..... o' I lute alto Uiomii what has let, left 'from ! panunr, tvfthii prf pand com, whire ih'us and fetvb bad fruc acct. to it, whosit thmr'eiUn" a grain. It loolis very dark and uiuighiK- in "aru' pwnuie, but it nevertheless comes up and er)t' n-.i. ' Mote snow has fatten In .Maine ibis winter lhan V.as been tnowo. iheie soy previous winter fr furiv jtira. ' Vans tkr AW- Vri Obtrrefr. Tim ANTIDOTE TO HUM The leanest of "Canadensis," jwtnnu en op portunity I woald gladly improve of jam call in j the attention of the 1 cmpcrnncc men to the " Antidote lo I J urn," that wrs ruggrMed by ino it) a roinintinrcnlion to your paper nearly two years ngo. Tut: axTMHiTt to Ilr is Mii.k Fire, eopkmt draughts of mill.', repented as oAcn ns the dreadful thiiit tiiiitn Hy prt;crering in this um of milk for a few dy,"it is my Mronp convic tion that the ih sir for intoxicating drink, liou ev il confirinttl hy Icng indtilgrncc, may If entirely overcome. In my former communication certain fact! were mi nlioned, which induced me to believe that n lair experiment of the proposed nntidoto would greatly facilitate the return of the drunkard to to bn'rtv and Imppinus Since that article was published, 1 lmc rcccivnl corroboratine testimo ny rufficirnt to lead me to t peak with much jrre.nter contuicncc ol the tnluc of this simple rein clv I do not claim for mv remedy tlinl it can restore the stomach to its original lone, nnd so establish the cure that the reformed inebriate may tamper iwllitlic poison, and hope to escape uninjured. IJut what I do claim for tt, nnd believe it will ac complish, is that any drunkard may be reformed by it who has resolution i nonch to substitute a ibnwl of milk for tho intoxicating cup that milk will qornch thoburningaleoliolic thirst nnd that milk is the only substitute that can quench that terrible thirst. TKo onlv aafUy for ibt ri-foiinrd drunkard, IS in i iiiiro nbstineiicc from nil that cnu intoxicate. Wo know of no medicine that can so renew tho constitution ns to obvimo tho necessity of this n.:. .. I I.. 111 lUWIlllU. 1 1113 13 1.1IISI1I.III uiiu uuiv WIII1U IIIC refirmrd rlino In llii i lin sprllrr nr mb llin ,octrine bo , ofu.n rfTCatwl. Vor wo 1 4.non. ,hat the use of alcohol, in any of its forms, and in - .n allan,;... ),.. one formerlv inlcm- pcnlPj wi MU.a.on anew tliu thirst, and expose! nga,-n lnc rMjrnt to a ,ne cvs (wm wh;cj, j0 had been rtsctied. I may bo permitted to mention a case in illus tration. An individual who had nassed through various stages of intemperance, and become shut tcrcd In health nnd ruined in property, expressed iu 1113 1 1 1 1 1 1 tj 3 n uusiru 10 iry wnat "Cliamuers medicine" could do for liim, The medicine was procured, and its effect was most satisfactory. The ' patient thought himself perfectly cured. " Even ! the odor of his former beverages became offensive I . - r 1. .1 1 . r-,t , , 1 to mm. in tuc gladness ol his heart ho cat ed upon his frirnib to rejoico with him over his ref ormation, and the voice of thanksgiving went up from the happy circle. I lis refor.n continued for a considerable length of time, and lie w as looked upon by nil ns completely rescued. But in an evil hour he was persuaded notwithstanding his strong remonstrances, to take rt sinclo class of wine. Tho latent appetite was aroused, nnd so incontrollablv did it rase, that within six months from the drinking ofthis one glass tho poor man m in ma ytuvu inu victim 01 ueiirium trcmcnsi This cose is not supposed to bo a singular one; but is espcciully in point so far ns it proves that "Chambers' medicine," about which " Canadensis" enquires, is not sufficient of itself to produce a per fect cure. I The truth is. our dependence for tho cure of in-1 temperance must be with the helporGDl, upon the principle of total abstinence; nnd the nntidoto I have suggested is recommended ns an efficient, I believe the most efficient, auxiliary to adopting the imiicipiu 111 nny given instance. Milk, its tho antidote to rum, is urged upon mo uuuuuuii 01 1 no iricnus oi temperance, be cause ' 1st. It is the natural beverage of man; '21. It is innoxious, and therefore the experiment may be s.ifely made; 3i. It is nutricious, and thorefore suited to the peculiar wants of tho patient; 1th. It is a simple remedy, proposing to aid a simple principle ; and 5th. It is believed 3s we have before said, to bo thcmostellicieptauxiliarytolhoindispensableprin ciple of total abstinence. Allow me in conclusion to beg "Canadensis" to apply this antidote in the case ho mentions, and to communicate, in due season, the result; so that if successful, others may be inJuced to make trial of it also. j, n. l Fuom Havana. Letters from Havana recei ved nt New Orleans state that eighty of the ne groes concerned in the late insurrcctiontherc have been beheaded. A letter in the Picayune says that of thoso who fled to tho woods great numbers were shot, and adds that not less than five hundred wore cither killed or have hung themselves. Wo think thero mu be sum cxag-jofj'.ijn in this port. 1)11 l.lltllY'S VKGKTAHLK UVK VIU.S. ArednljreflVctin; toon of the mmt sitonithlng and woi. derrul curfk that hsve em been Vnown-in comcSuence ar.Hhieb they lisfe no become a thining mark azamtl which a. I the arrowi nrdnippouui-d hope, nifr and unchar. itabWnm ari- letellrd without diitinetion. The town and country are alike filW uh their praite. The palace and the poor houae alike echo with their rittui-t In all cli malci, under alt Uinrraturfa,they .nil retain their won derrul piwrri. and eicrt them unallerrd hy ae nr aitvation I hey are umple m their procuration, mild Injheir action.,' tloroujh is their cperalioni n1 unntallrd in twir reiulia ., , , . rOltSTOCK .V TYI.KIl. So!til tlrujjitta and fcole AfeDli, New York. OR MilRY'S HITTERS. Thu Dr I. b'jy ln niada an important ducorery in the science ..f medicine and II. phj.M.I,-;, 0r the human .. lem, of more importance to the etl-betn; and health of the ..uiiiin umiiy.iiiaa an mil l.ai bcrcloli einool bo doubted by the moat aceplical. Ihil l.ai heretofore been known, .TV rr '""'" crpiicai. ""- i-""" i" .me i wnai mr ineory sad im. f fl , ,',eo,, nd ' A'"" roy.eirtoai I .hall tl I'X'lZ " " proceed in state ia what my theory sad occaaiin i make vllVSr"!"'n ,b,' pn which iuppiea the fluiJa ofthe Ut. u.eof. all XeerrtlAn Ibe lnlmal .. ... ZT." " ib .!.' " .f'!P-ii '- wi tfa ( aj UtilU, SHU 1 aecretlan f it. I 1... Alldiseates hate thtir origin In a aupprrned. Imperfect r dpme. arerction f taiioua nra-ana. COMHTOCK &. TYLER, kolciale drujjc.t. and aule agenta. New York. DR. lb HALL DKLAMATER'S RHEUMATIC LINIMENT. . ll Ii frtnse biIt erged that Ithttimatiim cannot be cmed ti "J," , 'p5"f ",,?B,-U',t " " true, that it can b .Masly tracbdbl entirely cared by estaraal asd id. tor ol Ike l.imtnenl and hpecifie Ii prrpiiH loprotrto the eatiKsaliaraclieaoretery oae be in afflicted -Uh lb,, i.t d.4li,M,.c ccmplaiat. by . literal aiJ i,eic, warraaiee ib.i.btr..ir..ll.f,lly , tt?e of), Delimiter's ItUom.lic Liaimrm .11. ..j . IW of tk. U..,? Hhmm.tie Kpec.Se lattra.Vly. sud VtlaVn ! ,u "P1; st llt ""'"""'y faiied in r.t COHSTOcsV TYLKIl," ,, Rutland County. r ii.cy w, purcbaaed, and f 'V. ?. nX:'," ' -Waihagfofj ... , . JokaC S)tr. MadUiry iisary maviaot. 1'itlafuid. . aiii, rtluson Mito K. Day, do. W.Caipmaa, Orwell I' CJ.itdi.lMi.CU i It Vail. Illabr AlUa f.ioii. Wells JaianaoB Ua4ttflaa tKtwca I haiill, n..k. O &i A ll.ll.rd, f,Ju. lira slsgbiu Sudbarv itly 1 Ujaii3( ril,c Saddle. llarucHHru, Arc riIIK ubserilcr would infoim his friends andi .1. tho public In genetal mat ne lia. on liana a larpe assortment of saddle and Harnesses, such as Dialed. bra.. tarun and common Harnesses double and single sets ; portable and tree Saddle., bildlca Jaml hallcrs ; alo a larpe atsiirimr.nt oi I tuiik in all kinds and sires, and H other kinds of work , usually nnde In Saddler's shops. The almtc artl eles w ill be sold vcr low for cash or most kinds o country produce, suth as beef nr vnunp cattle next October, or train the January follow in, or wool next summer, bxis All person wishinp to purrhase anv of the nlxivc , attlrli arc rcoueated to call and exainin lefore iiurcliasinir. 1 " M 1 M.T1IA1U Rutland, Dec. 84. I8lt. 5 31 licml ri nml Improved Iiiiiim rilHK subscriber informs the public that he con- A tinues to manufacture lead 1'ipe at (Iranulle nornots, Washington uountr, ., ind will fur nbh any nuanlilr at short notice. He will aim furnish and put up pumps of different descriptions, on such conditions as cannot fail to satisfv purchasers. Hating had long experience In the business, he will be nble to sell Pipe and Pumps cheaper than can be obtained, of tho same quality, from any olh- or establishment. 4AM HS f. KSTKV. Granville, May 1, 1843. 17:13 Select School. 'P HE summer term of the Select School, in this villaire, will commence on Monday, May 8, 1843. tuition low. (jood board can bo obtained at SI 50 per week. GEO. F. ItUGGLES. Rutland, April 25, 1843. . 17:10 3 A It RETT & CO. otTer for sale a largo assort mcnt of linen and cotton cdninss; linen and cotton insertings; camb. do muslins; lares; tailor's trimmings; gloves; hosiery, &.c. tc, at low puces April 24, 1813. 17;I9 Troy Ploughs CAST by Starbuck Si Sons, for sale by UARIIKTT it CO. April 21, 1843. i7;10 Oust Iclon Seminary. rPHE next term ofthis Institution will commence - Monday May 8, 1813. 10:18 A. WARNER. Sec. Notice. T hereby forbid all persons from harboring or trust- ing Franklin D. Wood, a minor, on my account, as he has left mo without just cause or excuse, as I shall pay no debts of his contracting after this date. PonsENHA Woon. Chittenden, April 20, 1843. i7:io U. States District Court. For the District of Vermont, IN BANKRUPTCY. Notico to show cause against petition of William K. Shaw of Rutland, for his discharge and certifi cato, as a bankrupt, al the Offic e of Samuel Pren tiss, in Montpelier in said district, on Wednesday the 12th day of July, A. D. 1843, at 10 a. m. 18 STATE OF VERMONT, OK it remembered, District of Fairhaven, ss J "that at a Probate Court holden at Castleton within nnd for said die trtct on the 7th day of April, A. I). 1843, Present, A. Warner, Judge. An instrument in writing purporting to bo the last will and testament of David Goodrich, lnte of Wells in said district, doceascd, beinp presented to said court by Prren Goodrich, one of the execu tors tliorein named, Tut nulintc; It is ordered by tho court that notico thereof be given to all persons concerned, to appear at a ses sion of said court, to be holden at the probate oflice in Castleton; on the 3d day of May next, to contest the probate of said will, by a publishing this order three weeks successively previous to said timo of hearing, in tho Rutland Ilerald, a newspaper print ed in Rutland, A truo copy of record, 15:10 Attest, II. P. LANGDON, Register. iTIIISICAIi INSTRUMENTS. LEVI S. RUST, Teacher of Music, continues to sell Bass and Double; Dass Viols, Melodians and Seraphins, manufactured by Abraham Pres cott. Instruments which cannot be excelled in tjuality or finish by any that can be produced in the country. Also, superior violins, all of which will be sold at the manufacturer's prices and warranted. Individuals or societies wishing to purchase any of the above instruments, will find it for their inter est to call on the subscriber, who has now removed to Rutland, where any communication will be grate fully received and promptly answered. , LEV S RUST- Rutland, May 1st, 1843. I8:tf E the subscribers being appointed by the Hon. T . Probate Court for the district of Fairhavcn commissioners to receive, exminc and adjust all claims and demands of allpeons against the estate Ijemuel Uansom, late of Caithton, tn sstd district, doceased.reprcientcd insolvent, nnd also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, and six months from the 5th day April, Inst, being allowed by said court for that purpose, we do thorefore hereby give notice that we will at tend to the husincas of our said appointment at tho , .dweJ!inK hous9 i"bo deceased in Castleton, on tire hrst Tuesday of Juna and tho last Tuesday of fccptcmbernoxt. from 9 o'clock a.m. until 4 o'clock p. m. on each of said days. SAHuci.Ciicr.vctt, Azariaii Gsiswold, Com'rs. Castleton, April 27, 1643. , 18;S0 Notice 'PHIS may certify that I have given my son, Sam ucl C. Hudson, his time, and that I shall claim nono of his oarnings, nor pay any debts of his con trarting after this date. Jxtln Hviiso.h. Shrewibuiy, April 23, 1843. 18 20 0,000 Acres orniid lor Sale. rsTtllH nnrtr4inr..l ,.r... t. 1.. .1.: 1 , "'"6" "'i ! inuiy uiuusanu acres of Land, situated in the counties ..fGen- j ... , t csee, Lapeer, hhiawasse, .Saginaw and Macomb. I he land which we now offer for a ale consists of heavy timbned land, such as Jlcaeh, Maple, llicko. ry, ilulleriut, eye. .jc; also Oak Openings, all of which rompiites the most choice locations in the state, being intersperced with pure and rapid streams of water. Also, 2500 acres of Pine land, situated on Flint River, together with sereral rigite Wafer 7'ncie. Res. Our terms are such that the inducement offered to settlers is advantageous the lime for purchase money beinj from one to len years. Wo aio disposed to give three acres of land and the fust crop for clearing and fencing one. .Several improved farms for sale or loase. Application made lo Ihe undersigned, at Flint, Oeneate county, Michigan; will receive prompt at. tentton. Wjiru Drwry, Tno'a L. L. Rutin-. Fllnt, Feb. 21, 1BI3. 10:18 Teelh, Teeth. 4 O. W. SMITH, M. D., Henti.t. may J- . suited by those wishing his senices, residence in (Castleton, afterdate. March 29, 1613. I J t A' R' wouW resjclfully inform itis uiengs ana coiresponOeots, that he 1 1 moved bis restdance fiotn Pitufoid w Urandoo For Sin If l BLACKSMITH S BLACKSMITH STAND aituatfd In Hub f 1.. ..It,... t'..i irei IVw null, below the i Dap .i.. .i i...... i.i.i. i. r alwini r i... i ..i.u .i ... .I....I nn ii. a niwiil alinn and roil house with a eood dwelling house wihkI shed and a good barn, which will la i a r . t l rheap fur cah or pou psper. ror iitliiier iniar- mstlon inquire of the subirtber, or the man wan ' .1 1 al 1 !!.. nntr ncriiim-n inn iiri-nimrs. .11. ... iii.nin. M. ( liAmirs. February fi, IHI3. n 31 i'l'iiitival. TV Dl'NKLKi: infm ins the inhabitants of Hut- land nnd ticinitv that he lias removed his cooper rditip into tho building formerly occupied by C llarber ns a wheel w rig hi shop, two coots .1.11111 of the jail, where he is ready to attend to all tuduts in his line with pinmiines and tlespatcl Rutland, Apiil 18, 181.1. 10:18 1"E the subscribets, being appointed by the Hon T T Pinb.itc Couil for tho cliittict ol Rutland, cnmmsioiiers to receive, exiiniino and adjust nil cldims and demands of all pursons ngninst tho es- talo of Sclh J'. Leonard, late of WiillinjJbrJ, 11 said district, deceased, represented insolvent, and also all claiiiin and demands exhibited in ofh-et thereto, nnd six months fmm tho 23d day of Match, last, being allowed by said court for that purpose, wo do therefore hereby givo notice that wo will nttrnd to the business of our said appoint ment at tho Inn of H. II. Leonard in Wnllitigford, on the last Mondays of May nnd August next, fiom J o'clock a. in. until i o'clock, p. m. on each of said days. James Hustis, Wm. Kf.vt, Com'rs, Wallirurfbrd, April 10, 1818. 10:18 WF. the subscribers being appointed bv the Hon Probata Court foi tho district of l'rtlihaven commissioners to receive, examino and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against tho es tate of Josiah Toby, late ofl'airlet, in said district deceased, represented insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto; and six months from the 21st day of March 1813, being allowed by said coutt for that purpose, we do theicforo hereby give notico that wo will at tend to tho business of our said annointmont at thn dwelling house of John Toby, in Pawlet, on tha first day of July and the 2lst day Sept. next, fiom one o'clock untill five o'clock p". m. oil each ol said davs. 10:18 UoiikrtII. Smith. Omvkr Hanks, Gum. Xf i: tho subscribers, being appointed by tho Hon Probate Court fortllo district nf lintlnml tnissioncrs to receive, examine nnd ndinst nil rl and demands of all persons ngainst the cstatoof Jamet Wallut late of Chtttandtn, In said district, doccasod. ronrescnlnd insnlvrnt.nrwl also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, and six months from tho 21st day of March last, being allowed by said Court for that pur poso : Wo do therefore licrc.liv rMvn nnlirn. llmt ivn will attcnil to tho business of our said appointment at Moses Randall's in Chittend An. nn llin lirl ilnv it June and 31st day of August next, from ona o'clock, until f1n MVInrtl. .M ..i. ..r.-.'.i .1 ...... ...w ,,, 111 1 i-,h;ii ui Mini unys. Altin Ramdai.i., I). 11. Ungue, Com. Cliitlonilcn, April 10, 1813. lfi:I8 State of Vermont. ? 1?E it remembered lmtnci ot .taithavon, ss. J xf that at a probato """ ii"iuuii iii castleton wiimn and tor said dis trict on tho 5th day of April, A. D. 1813. i resent, A. arnor, Judge. An instrument in writing, nurnmiimr to ha ii.o .1t wilt ftnrt ll..l...ni f I r .. I . CI 1 r ..... ..... u,lu tviuiiiun, ui uiuiiiaii .liisuo. laie oi Jlubbardton in said district, deceased, bn! nr. rirn. -"" oaiu L-uuri uv iienrv j. lionon. tim nr. ecutor therein named, for probato ; It is ordered by the court that notice thereof bo given to all persons concerned, to nppcar al .1 son- lon of said court to holden at 1I10 nn.li.iin nnir. ;,. Castleton, nn tho 3.1 day ofMny next, to contest tho i""""'- "",-,u in, uy juuusiniig mis ornor llireo weeks successively previous to said time nf hminr. in ihe Rutland Herald, a newspaper printed in Rut land. A true conv of record. 1S;I7 Atj. M, H.F. LA NO DON, Register. Cliilclrrii fry I?OH SIinil.MAN'S I.()ZI:.:i:h, and well they mav. lor thev air na nleaiant ni tha l.r.i Mpnnrrmiiii Candy, and pniiraa all the propi rtiea leqniiile fur curing then when aick. Ilr. -S nr. km as iaan cipenrncrd 1'hy.ician, and a tlrmber of l'ie Mrdical Society of the Citv nf New Vork, and haa aljandontd a Utac and lurralivi. nr.pli.. In ejiabJa him to iniroduco Medicine in Una pleasant forni. riTeycara ciperience, anil Ilia cnn.umplion iifone l.undml and Iwenlr aii tons nfhis Lozenges, lioa placed them be. Jond doubt and uncertainly. WORMS CAUSfEATII, And many fufltr for months and even years, from them, without aatnectinff thn cbih.. Th m. 1.. l i. hid breath, picking at the note, gnawing of Ihe atomach, paleness about the bps and flushed chciki, itarlin; in alerp grinding of the teeth, pain in the stomach, belly, limba and jomta, Daihea of heat chills, drnwaincia, headache, fits, bad Caste 111 the mouth, dry ci.ujh, foieriahneaa, voracioua app. tite, Icanne.a. itching ofthe aruia &.c. The multitude of caaeatheao Lozenges hae cured ia almost incredible and a miurc naa neyei wen known. MV IIKAD WILL Si'LIT Is oltrn aaid by thote who arc aubje-ct lo a headache Hhermaii . Camphor Coitngea illcuro an caie, no matter IIm " '"J'l n,lnuie'- T,,eJ cu,e Palpitation ..( the Heart, bca bickrttj, Lownera or Spirits, Despondency, l-'a. tijue and 1 ...t .Vivncs Di.es.ca in that ahr.rt apiae icime. I net diicxl all Ihe dulrei.inn .,r,,ri.o. .,1 . ..... i... .1.... pilioii, keep up the spirits and enabc a per.oo to undergo said Le could not hate done ll without them. .. Ml MY COUGH WILL KILL ME Njv man. n,l .i.lt .1 ?-5ll.,hem un. te"?." 3 " ",T ' a. i vj r .item up, nntti dmely allay all ordinary ,tce in a. fei Hherman'a Cough Lozenzra will nn-ne catts. i nty cure tl.e moet obati. in 1 iiuui. miiu ni.-.cr uiiinuii ao.- 1. 1 :. 1 . , i..fc... 'e.i H"18 C0"S".f!l'tlending meaalea and '0.?",'e1,e1J,e,,ll'"notsetl,-aieal Ihe.o Losenje. will Ji erwl.i'l fm il ,he."2i:"l clrk and l-,ltl, lo t t1".1"! P4'1"11- "T l'e "'"I srrat many per " that had been giten up by their pl.ynciaoa snd fricmli. I heir celebrity for curing coughs and colds .0 nuitk and "illy is known throughonl ll.e cl.ihtol world and the demand for them is brjond lU concepllon of ,11. Only "'ink Tfire or ais oflbeae Uiuhiii pleaaant to the laale r.,ltC"!aTn wir, Pun'1' cu" ,lie "t dutici.iug coughs in lei. than thirty minutes. . RHEUMATISM AND LDMIIAGO, tl'l" k"fa in ll.e brea.t, ,lr, bKk nr s,.y put of .WU""' k'i Jlin of tie wnmbj pSesV IS I . tents. Applied 1., earns it drswathem out by ll.e routs without the k.ii p,m When such men .. ihii I let Dana. Antl.osy. tr, H.U.Um, Str.e'er, Ret Vi'r C 'l C S J &.'.? ""l, 8...I Ii -d T V.ndcrpi" S I, , . I "d """" ,h" I-"" cum! by , '' ' IMIUVI be con. vW'y.t 1? ' u.;uVl't,'"'''.SUrijr1,e-.sirongvaek uo u"u a"aL nlng. it will prevent ; at bis 1 tin it,'i. 'i'1. u,l,:r' -''" N-'ii. Plain Dimela I wise certain effect of all common soap, m 1 lotlioi . v 'n'"'' I''"'": a 1,1 the beard prematurely g,ey. . 13 tr IIS .' (I 'D,"b"';;tJu-f V'" 1' Yw ",0 wholesale" andand retail, by JV 1 .rnere:f: J."". ' "Zrb J b"" ". Diby Dldnson solo nrrm.ii,!,.,- .Mrr-i...ors 10 J r.H:.'t.K.t V.;: rocV&Co..m street I't.ra V " . H ill... .J:: i1 '7 8lWy: W.rrea """and by James Porter; In Castleton 15 v.iTl! ... . . 'w'r VcHHtt, vtiat'l'ouii... son : in Pilt.fiird l.v Si,.,nVr JL Ruck . in J'IC" set ItnmMly lor Ihr Pile, - j 'I 'U lluiso alllictcu witn tins grievous rna,, - -- suiisciiucr is nappy in announce , inn iiienaredwhatlclicatpdllialhastiint.il.. nml mire remedv. ll le two nr il,... . and of the Ointment Infallibly tcmor the fPrn. sold common malignity. The subjoined ctr t.' .1 ..... ll. al.li.a. lr.-i...l. i . 1 l suiv ui.n in . nuii.7.,11 init-ciy irstru, , and tolioo cases of aggravated and tntetrrsi ' .rln. . Kiiltl nt llin Illltl.lllft HiV-iV avtnrn.. r... nt tbox. iiK'iKri;? Wo hcrebv certify that wo bate rxitim .j i... o-... I...... .1 ..r,i. 1 ui .1 tiii.. n iiiMi, inu 111 inc. iiiiiuiicnt tr. Lull K'tflhlin fnr ll,n I'll... ,.!..- j. ,r !' .C(lnmrllli it tl, w10 arc .lrm,tl. s(r " 1 ,nosl s.)Ct.()v, wfo nnd successful remerl. 1 ' ' . ' . . ""riffc. complaint. Jon. Imcxli. , I Thomas S. Sn, Jostrii Tavitii I. Rutland, Dec. 8, 1842. For Hnlr or to .!. WO valuable farms, pleasantly Mount Holly, about 3-4 of a mile 1 T Ilunloon's Inn, on tho main toad to the Scat!? lace, containing about 170 ncros, well wituu i-Aiciicii. mi k'ju K'""K- 1 heie srenis premises two dw oiling hotnes, five latcC tlrn, largo cow houses, and other out buildings fci ' accommodation of a dairy, and other There ore nlso two apple nnd iwm maple n ri im I Ito farm 1 1 tsl v iwnt1 liaC.1-L I aforcs.Tid preiuiaffs will bo sold togcthcrorfttrui 1 tl no mill lianail ul(tt ilia nnaHl..... I . . ! ti I j nit j uv.jt outs tiiu btitiscr i I'l Tl Of ttt Fn chase money must be paid down; for the ttnuMr a liberal credit will be given. For sale, iw , Houses and lets, pleasantly situatad ia ,fu, East Village. Itafercnca may be W to JCt Zlhirl Howo ofCastleton,and to Mr AloW of Poultney. Eissun U'hiuii East Poultney, February 10,1811. "tfl NOT! CE.I rPlIIS may certify that my wife Hannah dorm fuse to livo with me, and this is to fotlnd t persons Irom harborintr or trustinc her on mt count, for I shall pay no debts of lier contrictiti aflnr thiM ilfiln M....n... A t Mountholly, April 11, 1813. leij The most highly nnprovcd Mtdi cm moid in general use for Coughs, Ctldutf all diseases of the Luncs. rinn. irsr.TAiit.K I ui.MnNAfiv IUham ia WliJ X lie llics inoit nnptilar innlicine f vn Vnnn n in Ani-J Tiir Couglii, CnWs, Aatlurna or riilhiile, ConiisMa1 W )iooiing C0112I1 and pulmonary aireitiena of every la r.iHacts frtm Certificates. DrSiimifl Mwl!,nr Concord, N II. nrilea 'llil la ilirliri llic Vouelalile riilinnnarr IHim i. 1 tiLV mnlicine, having lioen ued hiiIi complete ticetniaria which nou ireviouiiy rcaiateu the mu it approved iiniri lions. Dr. Truman Aiel of I.empnsr N II writai that Uta dtntly rrcummenda itsuiein all coinplail.ts ofll.e cKrr.s eouil if not iiipcrior to sny mrdinne within hia knowliii Ilr Amoiy Ilunting of I'ranklin, Maa. wiltri, Ihiti'r liinj prescnbril tin naual remedies nllliout rrlnl, h having cnnatiltcd with feml eminent phyaiciina, Ii U founil the Vegctalite J'ulinonnr) llaltam to hate the dri -a rffrct, nnd recooimcnds it aa a safe conrtniai.t at.d ilti cioua mrdicine. . Dr. Tliomaa Drown of ConcordnN. Il.nritei.llutl.il Vnowledxe it liaa ne.cr diaappolnted the rtaacinalila tii taliona or thoie who have used it. The pnblic are pirticuCirly coutiontd agalnit tUiri" counterlcita or imitations, which have partiaili r ii aaiumed the nam of Ihe genuine srliele. IT He insured that t la not (renuine unlesi ona ti M orthe aicnaturea ofSAMrson Itar r or Wm. Jua'a fit. ,.i;M i.er, are niunn aitaclirrl tn the yellow label nnaWni' I, . . . , c. tHii laacia oi anu alter ma date ol ne. ITO,.. Ihe written aisnatur of Wm Jnn'n Cutler rimti n.K:V. MNai A.-. CtJ l l.l'lt ll.la l A- 11,. Wholeaale Irutrcrit, .M Cliathaia itreet, llmlon, miliii hy JAS. GKKKN fc CO., Worcester, and by Hti;ii A)olhecan, anal Ceuatry ilcrcbiala seraflr. fin cn"- .U raia The Unit crN.nl ITIctlicine oi Iiifr. lr-rnil.nllllll"rll4 all I U I 1. 1. ..Tl TT I .t-.l...i- ir ii .1 ' uj .... .'.. iimTun .am inur-iw i.i 1 .1 1, . m indue ui 1, lie- or inrt cir.in.r ann punir n """"i .""-iiHim-ii inu intiirnraie ma nertra ami ifrma i MflMitlni. "I , . -I . I . 1 I I . I . I ... . ... uixi.iiuii.iir wmtn ne ntoiu a rianeno r 111 ... .luiiiiii .., .iiu.c liuinillira in .11 rn K, .., which the Stone and Orntrl ia rormed within us.' III. .ll ...1... 1 .1 . .... .. .. 1 . j.-ireia., uturiti, 1nu1. anil moat "aiiniT urfci as! t suied thouaimla of linpcleta and helpless periona.riia r ll.i.ri.. nl...IAi... l.k '1 ! .. . .. .i. umif-r.tuuu .na. iiii; iiranurcin i-i iiii'i mains or relief. It is now nnt only known that lli linn ,.lh llill. ..n ....... .... t. ' .. . . ";'"' n.u ixunouncru incm octnnu all M n ...... .... vnr., imi 11 ip jiiio unaeriiooo now 1 n curr;mni is uy tneir purnying enecl an the blood. Ihitlin roatore tli ImuI. in l..lth The talue of thia medicine ia becoming more ir.dmn manifest. It la ircommcutled (nun family to Tamily Tn Itrandreth IMIa rrinnve in nn almost imperceptible mnin rill noiinus aecumulations, and purify and Intigonle 111 blood, and their good elfecla are not eountrrhalanced lij n .uiiTuuicncc. iirnig compoaeii entirely of YegrlablfitM' inu... ,,HU uio u)fnl lo aineenanu iiifirii iccta are cortain aa they sir aalutary Thc art dull id , .. J' J""-", . lP'-u, ... .. , , hi. inu., uiiiicii anu or licair circ.4 stances, i'hey do not diaturb or choke ihe animal f.n tinnt, but it. I010 their order and rr.r.i.l.li.l, il,r., I.r.lik. The lliahdieth I'illa are anld al S5 centa per hoi at I liranuretiri liew Kniiland Ollice, I? IIANOV;itSTHET 19 Only place In OSTON for Ihe True Pitts. U " 10 or. ic f..n r.Jtl Hr.lC Kir ll.it each oflha r.nH liaa upon ll Tlllti;i; COI'Y-UICHT I.AIIF.I.H. 1 nai racn lane naa two aiirnalurea nf 11, And there muat be. upon each bos three .irniturai. its 11. IIRANIRKTIJ,M.D. An three siiTlialuree, Ihua- IIENJAMLN IIKANDRETII. Ilctidet tha labela are full of amall printing dons 11 in ink, there being un the labels nearly thrcs hundred iropin. ions of Uenjamin llrandreth's I'illa, A f;JA"S for this State in Rutland County. Rutland, J. 1'. MILTON, (Orwell, A. L. Catlin, Itlalet A Inlet Pawlet, Win II Bheldaa, 1'ittaford, Henry Simooiii. Poultney, A, Bliaa, James O. Iliebiri'i' Mhrewabury,JohnlluckniiM' Ilrsndon, Ira Ilutton. Waircn k. Illiia. Clarendon, (I. Ai. A. lullard, Cilleton,IUIpri ,:Ihn tin, '.Sudbury, Ira Itieglntn, iiiiciicock ,y Morgan r.. u luiicion I'uttingttille, llrown At Dow, Danby, S. If. ti. J, Smith, Enoch P. Kosera. I'lnmoutb. N. V Har'- Walliogford,H,Tii.i"l' Lipham.Vaili -Wells, Allen (iroter, ll'cathsten,N D.Armil'fl I' Smith. I-'airhtten, A. fc . C, Allen,' miujieiown, s. 1;. nriice. Orwell, W. Chinmsn A- Co. UI.!l.l..ll VV II.. (.V d.1-- Thoo ilg'nta are likewise aupplied with .. , ,iv.,- IJRANURETH'S EXTERNAL REMEDT, which is pionounced by thoia who hie made trill A lhon to the Human llace. 02 ll LOT10N,LOTiON.-I)R EVAN'S UEAUTIKH. LOTION. IIIOIILY estocmed for curlnp all erupt . ' coarsness, and pimples on the face, neck or '- and pirnrninll. .t... iL ,.l 1.... .11 1; 1 ., ; 1 inz all diseases nf the sLin. Nothing contributes so much to our general '' cess in life, as an engaging first appearance T-1 Lotion is admired as a most fragrant, mini. ,,J wash.tind ercatlv ntte.mml f..r li.ntumin c!( ing, soltentng and purifying tho skin of all erupt .-a so injurious to female beauty, and restoring ! 1 high degtec of purity. A beautiful and healthful complexion is t'.e ?r of all who possess It, and tho envy of those wis i1 deprived of it. A good appcaranro is tho best re"ommen!' nnd as the Heautifylng Iiotion purifies the . removes all Pimples, lllotrhes. Tan, Sunburn. Redness, and produces a beautiful hue, it isle l coametic a lady should use at her toilet Gentlemen will also find this adeiigbifui r"! lo remove all Roughness, Pimples, tUn? SfKJts, Redness, Soroness ofthe face and r ', everv kind of irrnr,ti, it .. ..r.r. nf the body. Ii Is parliculiily recommended to p"' bv Slrun? I - -" aivsvti w v iu poa Oiwtll, u ly . . . ny arwn v utnt. ... . ... a 13 IJ '