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TilltHC SATUJUMV NK!1TS Cham 14 bern mou. Jul mto form. IJjla had rTn t .rude 01 the face of the new Writ rarth. Ocean had pr!)J it CiU ir.ondrr hymn. The (no tod tnoun u he-, led along thru untoa re-lltd orbits, ui angrli hung out thnr Ursp. of Mai Mmr wondfrfut aixi rernpUt in hi otgntmmimn than all, .Man law ctMitril, tod the tnl of mr)ri orily fUtnpJ on hit forehead, "And the ctrninfj rd iiwrnmj were lb mlb day M The whale unite. happvn the tnM3on of ex'unrncti The birds were trying their throat in be groreof JVKTt ; Jntttru of a titoownd dies spoiml in tltc raya ef ihrcirIininfHti. and tho cairtiniMMi horn fiom the who. finiiTM'.p crrMMu rose, rot aee ble anthem In the rat of their greet Creator. It nsi totrsfJt cmiiej llleiseJ that eve ' 'Hie tsbbath's hart.prger. nhen, all complete tnfteibeit beauty friwn Jebnrah'a hand, Crenllon bloomed ; nhen Kden't twilight fare Smiled like a tleetung babe. Tr.o oir o dirine A hulj calm brtttihod n'er the goodly Molt, Midly lb ton, upon, the lofiet lien Shot! melb.wlT a sloping beam I'eire reigned, And loie, and gratimde ; tiro human pur Their uriaoat pour'J fonli; love, concord reign'd ; Stlt.it. n o'er thederp . the noielra aurpc, 'lie 1 ait nubtiding warr f Hut dread tumult V-hlc-h rated, when rvcin, at the mute command, Ituili'd funou vly on tho pebbled tl.ore ! While on the swell. .the aea.hird with her head Wins 'eil'J, !epltht tranquilly " About four thotmn-l years hire gone from the talctiJar of lime. l'.iradisa ha beeomo a desert. Man has spread orcr the earth, hut in nil his wan dnnjj sin nnd sorrow haye kept hitn company. II Weti I't-nl ih m tn m him to till, with hit brother's hlood. Hut the sheltering hand of Heaven hat been over him, and at last, q remnant of the race are dwelling- together in a promised Ian J. Their enemies have been subdued their city sits cn thrco hill;, ''beautiful nt'T.Vrah. and terrible as an army with banners." The word tpoken of by seers of old has been ful filled. Hcthlrhcm of Jndea lias wilnrssed the in carnation of Deity. The tick, the blind and the oppitMc.il, have Ikhi comforted, nnd the dead rnis id to life. Hut the fatal hour is nt hand. Jerusa lem has bwn well over in vain Tho blood of prophKs and of priests is in her skirts, and one deed alone remains to fill up the cup of her crime. Tho city is in on uproar! Thcro is a proces sion sweeping like a sea from tho western gate I'taf.inU, soldiery, tcibes and lordly Pharisees roll along, unnumbered rnultiudc. There is one coutitt nonce unlike nil others. No traces of pas sion mars it , hut in that eye there is patienco, peace and heaven, omid all the tumult. They are on the hill called Calvary What a silence! The mob ar ignornat an J heedless of tho heart that b now bursting from them. They wajj their he.ids ami rail to him. Uut hark I "17 is finith tJ ' an 1 he gave up the ghost The sky has put on sackcloth . Moriab, Acre, and Sion tremble The rock -barred sepulchres are oncn, and men long ago buried, walking about in their windin threts. Oh! Jerusalem! proud even in. the day of dopm, nt this very timo tho enlo of Titus is pluming its wings !o sweep eastward. Tho crown inp; act is committed tho week is ended and to an infatuated nation has como to its Saturdav night. Century upon century has rolled away. Tho tun, the moon, nnd her Klittcrinir si3ters, still keen sentinel as they did ol old over Eden. On that soil once pressed by hallowed feet, the decendants of the chosen people arc gathered from the four winds of heaven. Their tcinpUs aro often destroyed by the idolator, now it.ind in new strength, and its burnished turrets pointing skyward, remind them of tho Hand which has brought them back to the home of their ancestors. Oilier nations have also sprung into being Civilization nnd Christianity have stretched out their nrms over land and sea. The inscriptions of Superstition have crumbled like ashes. The idolator has thrown away his gods, and the savage has come running from his native woods to welcome the triumphant progress of human redemption. Tho long expected day tho day to w Inch there is no morrow has at length come. Old men leaning on their ttalvrs, wipe their dim eyes and wonder. Strange shapes flit from cloud to cloud, and scpitlclmrcl voices whisper along tho hills. Frightened birds swept through the nir ; nnd ani mals, regardlus of their food, ttood amazed and looked up. Tho blue heavens whiten the stars fall from their towers like drunken men. The long week tho list day tho last hour is ended ; the lattsao l has dropped, and ushered into the Satuk y Nioiit or Trtti n imvA 1. 1 a st 1: L'.ti e NTS. LEVI S. RUST, Teacher of Music, continues to sell Hats and Double Hiss Viols, Alelodjans and Seraphins, manufactured by Abraham Pres. con. instrument wntcn cannot bo excelled 111 quality or finish by any that can be produced in tho country. Also, superior violins, all ol which will bo sold at thcmsnufaclurcr's prices and warranted. Individuals or societies wuhinrr 10 nurchaa anv of the above instruments, w ill find it for their inter est lo call on the subscriber, who has now removed 10 Kutiand, where any communication will bo grate oily received and promptly answered. LEVI S. RUST. RutlanJ, May 1st, 1813. 18 tf Fire Insurncc. TMIE annual meetinc of tho Rutland and Addl son Afutual Fire Insurance Coinoanr will bo bolden at the office of E. Jun, in Ilrandon, in the county of Rutland, on WdneJay tho 5th day of July next, at ono o'clfck in the aftoinoon. for the purpoto of chooini a board of Director, Pretident. Secretary and Treasurer for the year ensuing, and for nulla; the itecruaty atucatmcnta for the past yeu. By orJer of the Director. E. JUNK, Secretatv. Ilrandon, June 12, 1SJ3. 25.50 Farm for Sale. 'J1 HE subscriber offers hu Farm for sale contain A ing 112 acre, lying In Poultney, two miles worth of the aj road leading to Castleton. On old farm are two good dwelling houses, is well wa teied.and is brought lo the dour of each; hat on it a otu oururu, ti in good repair, and well adar ltd u grain or grass, roiiemon will le given now or ; ot mmr'. For fuilber ninirnlais. ml rnnfir.l , , - matron oftbe aboic. please call, n. and in- 'JuireoflUrjUctlbcr. ,,., . , nMUn , a CALIF MINROE. , 1uUac? Jur- 2. Si I'OIt S A !... .RRIA0FS, Har.te., Ac.-Consisiin. ofl double and ainale, lumber and r. enure . eons. Sleirbj, 1 ii luod Hark. Chute, double and lnjlo crmon aad plated Harrmtet, Ac. Ac Any person Miabing for any of the above property, can be made perfectly aatiaiird as to prittguod rvalea, at 3 or 0 moctbt , will t-e taken in .xchaoge. For further pauticuUia apply to H. W. PORTER, or G. II. UEAMA.V. UulUJ, Jjt jj, 1643. JU 4ve Slmtr rf Yrrmii I T I" It rcroe ml-crr f tl at I.hJhw rf liu-tmMn i tJ at a. alated probate Ctmit at RaiUnd tt.ln and for aald dilnrt on the tlte fitat Afpnday befnj the 3ih day of June, A. I). tfeO. . . , IVent.Wm. Hall, Judge. i:iiVim llllw. neruler ( J.Jin Uallou, late of Wallmcfard lu and ditrict, deeeaird, prnrwslng lorenWrr an atcmint ol Iim ald administration, li it onloted tnat Mid account be refencd for et jiiunatKW airfl allow Jtice, to the firit Monday bcinc 3d da of July neit, and that a copy of lhl order be published three rli aucceatlrely, previous therein, in the Holland Herald, a newspaper piinted at HuiUikJ, that all perami interested may opear aid ohett to the tamo if they eec cause. A true copy of iccotd, S3 96 Hi:NUV HALL, HcRlslcr. Xlalr f Vtnnont, tt K It remembered with great approbation. Putrid of Itutland, s ) tJ' that at a special I Tor a common Cold and cough, this is one of the probate couit held at Itulland, within and for said ery best remedies ever discovered, district on the COth dav of May, A. I). 184.1, N. II. There is a spurious and counterfeit arti Present Win. Hall, Judge. cle atloat, and lately introduced Into tho country; Homer Rockwell, executor of the last will and thcrcforn be careful to get tho genuine, 'rhich Is tela.iient of Solomon Rockwell late of Middlctown fiom375 Ilowcry, N. Y., and is fur salo nt the Rut in said d strict, deceased, lestaie.proposing to render land llookstotoby JA'S P. MILTON; K. Jamieson, 1 an account of his said administration, i Castlcton; A, Allen, Kairliayen; Xoves k Harris, It is ordered that said account be referred for Hast Poultney; Doct. E. Vail, .Middlctown; Satn'l examinition and allowanco to the first Monday, Townsend, Jr. Watlingfotd; Hitchcock t Morgan, being the 3d day of July next, and that a copy of ffarendon Spa ; 1 h. Wing, Ira; Strong & lluck, this order be published threo weeks successively, ' previous thereto, in the Rutland Herald, a newspa per punted at Rutland, that all persons interested, may appeal and object to the same if they see cause. A truo copy of record, 23.25 HKNRY HAM., Register. Tlic Attention of Purchasers TS invited to the extensive and railed assortment of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC GOODS in the shop of tho subbcnbcrs, at Caslleton village. Wo have taken particular pilns to supply ouraelrcs with all eoods usually found in country shops, and intend to offer every articlo at the smallest possible advance from the cost, cither for cash, good credit orbaricr. Wo havo a good assortmont of the best Family Gnieeriu; an abundance of all sorts of Dry Gondt, llarJieare, Crockery and G'ass Ware. The whole comprising a variety worthy ofa call from all buyers within a dozen miles of.'us. From all such we hnpo lo receive a fair proportion of patronage. MenniLt, & AiNswortTii. Caslleton, May 10. 1843. 20:38 MEDICINES- DR. .Mafliu's Cough Drops, Tooth-Ache Drops, Eyo-Walcr, and Liquid Balsam, are tho best' medicines evor offered to tho world for the cure of tlioso diseases for which they aro recommended. IDeethe Agent's Show Dills of description. For sale by Hurt fc Mason, and G. T. Hodges, Rutland; Caleb Hall, Clarendon ; S. Townscnd, Wallingford; S. A X. J. Smith, Danby; J. O. Richardson and Noycs & Harris, Poultney; M. G. Linpdon & Co. Cabtleton; Hitchcock it Alorgan, West Rutland. 22.--18 :S0,000 Acres ol Lniitl lor Sale. 'PHH undersigned ofTcr for sale thirty thousand acres of hand, situated in the counties of Gen esee, Lapeer, Sldawasse, Siginaw and Macomb, the land which wo now oiTor for salo consists of heavy timbered land, such as llcach, Maple, Hicko ry, Ilutlcrnut, ic. ijc; also Oak Openings, all of which comprises the most choico locations in tho stato, being interspaced with pure and rapid streams f water. Also 2500 acres of Pine Land, situated on Flint River, together with tevcral eligible Water Privi leges. Our terms arc such that the inducements offered to settlers is advantageous tho ti.no for purchase money being from one to ten years. We aio disposed to give three acres of land and tlio hrst crop lor clearing and fencing one, Sovcral improved farm) for sale or lease. Application made lo tho undersigned, at Flint, Genesee county, Michigan, will receive prompt at tention. G. Merker Dewkv, Tito's L. L. UllENT. Flint, Feb. 2 1, 1813. 22:tf St.te of VEnnoNT, "ffJF it remembered District of Rutland, ss. I 3J that at a special probate court held at Rutland, within said district, on the 10th day of June, A. D. 1813. Present Wm. Hall, Judge. Aaron Rogers and Ira Edmunds, Executors of the last will and testament of James Nichols, lato of Danby in said district, deceased, testate, propos ing to render an account of their said administration; It is ordered that said account bo referred for examination and allowanco to the first Monday be ing tho 3d day ol July next, and that a cony ol this ordrr be published three weoks successively, previ ous thereto, in the Rutland Herald, a newspaper printed at liuiland, that all persons interested may appear and object to the same if they sco causo. A true copy ol uecoru, 21 2(1 HENRY HALL, Register. A FEW thousand of hcmlockand spruce Hoards, tcasnned and unseasoned, for salo very cheap for rakh or credit, by tho subscriber at his shop, E. Rutland; also Cheese Presses Of superior construction and power may be had by application as above. U'innoici'n Maehines On hand as usual, which will bo bold the ensuing season twenty per cent below the former prices. SAM'L. corn NO. Juno 8, 1813. 21:20 rrUIE Subscriber having changed his business, is X under the necessity of cnllectintr his debts. and all who aro indebted to him aro earnestly en tieatcd to call and pay what they owe him without dulay. James Harrctt, Jr. Rutland, June 12, 1813. 2I-2G HARD-WARti. LOW & HOG EflS HAVING just completed their stock of Hard Ware, now ofier for sale Iron, Sled A' tiln. Ilras and Iron WIRE, and Brazier's RODS. Farming TOOLS of all descriptions. Carriage Trimmings House Tnmmings. SaddUry it Trunk Maker's Trimmings. Carpenter's TOOLS, Table and Pocket Cutlery. Circular, will A: X, cut SAWS. Rifles, Pistols, fowling Guns if Gun Trimmings Willi a full assortment of cencral Hard.Warn ..f ff.Mx! nnalitv. n.l .1 Imr nnre. Whitehall. Jnn o m.-T ' WE tho fttibscribers, being appointed by the Hon , Probate Court for the district of Fairhaven eommusloncra to receive, examine and adjust all ' -": no oemanusot ail persons against theeataio " -nafAjn Slairian. late of Ifuklanllon . . , ,-- j j" ","'n1' deceased, represented Unaolvent, and ?t jl f ' ,nJ dini oxhlb.ted in ofiaet ,ind "x m.?mh 7th day of I '"'"g lle br . court for that . DUrtK.e. Wfl dO therelnr h.i.hr nnlir. V.I Nc will attend to trie bunneas of our said appoint. en We dwelling Impose of Joaeph Worcester, "J c wa osy ol July next, fiom one UI1B I ottocjc until live o'clock;, p. m. on said day. J. T. Nichols, NaiuM Ciar, Com'is. .uouury, June i,, iblj "Jl'TlLITARV Jltank Summons and Executions lTJL for sale at th Holland Hook Store by . Jaa. P. Miltos, Ulaak Depotltlont, Witness Ctrtificatei lllank NoUt for sale as abort. Rutland June 1J 1S13 si 96 Ccimnnpthm A' Liver Votttvlttint DR TaYI-OU A UAWA.l OF I.1VLRWORT, I'mm 3'i Ilmttry, Vf u Vwk, TOU the euro of cottfliSi cold, catarih, aMhma, aorenes of the chet, pain in tho aido and lirrait, raiurp of H'ood, Jjirr Complaints, Hmnclii tu and all thoe atfettinn of the throat and I.unj, Int. ft are a wiutceof - much sutftrinp, and, unar rested, mi often lerminale in Coim'simoN this remedy is hiphly and justly distinguished It Is portly vegetable, mild and Rentlc it Its effects upon the system, and can be taken In tho must delicate esses, ith safety as well as utility. I'hysiciai.a, awaro of its medical properties, and u finessing its effects eten in eilreme. and in. some instances, ap parently almost hopcle-s cases, often presrribe it in their practice, both as a palliative and a remedy, and with tho medical Faculty conerallv. it has met I'ttuioru, agents lor the aoovc. ss:ty STATU OF VERMONT, Mi U it remembered District of Rutland, s. that at a stated probate court held at Rutland, within and for said district, on the first Monday being the Sth day of June, A. U. IHI3 .Pi went Wm. Hall Judge. I Moses Perkins, administrator do bonis nnn with the will annexed upon tho cstnte of James D. Dul ler, lato of Rutland, In said district, deceased, having made application to said court to havo tho time licrctoforo allowed for disposing of said es tate and paying the debts and legacies of said de ceased extended one year from the 7th day of July, 1813: It is ordered that said application bo referred for hearing and decision to the first Monday being the 3d day of July next, arid that a copy of this order bo published three weeks successively, previ ous thereto, in tho Rutland Herald, a newspaper printed at Rutland, that all persons interested may appear and object to the same if they see cause. A true copy of record, 23:25 HENRY HALL, Register. Stale of Vermont, ) Ti E it remembered that District of Falrhavcn.ss. ) at a probato court held at Caslleton within and for said disttict, on the lllh day of Juno A. D 1813. Present, A. Warner, Judge. E. Allen administrator of tho estate of Peter Stevens, late of Pawlct In said district, deceased, having petitioned said court in writing ffor license to sell so much of the real estate of said deceased as will raise the sum of $500 for tho payment of tho 'charges of administration ; setting forth tho charges j of administration to be S370 00, and not sufficient pors.onal property to pay the same. It is ordered that tho hearing and deciding said petition be at a session of said court to be hold ' en at the probate offico in said Cnstlctori on ' the 12th day of Juno 1613, and that notico of said , petition be given to all persons interested by pub , lication of this order threo weeks successively prc , vious to said hearing, in tho Rutland Herald, a news paper printed in Itutland, A. true copy of record, 25 27 Attest, B. F. LANG DON. 7trn the subscribers, being appointed by the Hon Probate Court forthe district of Rutland com missioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against tho estate of Stephen Stafford late of Wallingford, In said district, deceased, represented insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, and sir months from tho 2d day of May in&t, being allowed by said Court for that pur poso : Wo do therefore hereby give notice, that we will attend to the business of our said appointment at the dwelling house of widow Rachael Stafford in Wallingford, on tho first Mondays of July and Oclu ber'next, from 10 o'clock, a. m. until 1 o'clock, n. m. on each of said days. ft. M. fcOGEiiTon, Uouisso.-e Hall, Com. Wallingford, May 17, 1813. 25:27 State of Vermont rE it remembered District of Fairhaven, ss. i - ihat at a probate court holdun at Castleton within and for said district on tho 10th day of June, A. D. 1813, Present A. Warner, Judge. Abigail Ward.aJminislratrixofthe estate of Loren zo Ward, late of Poultney, in said district, deceased, ptoposing to render an account of her administration of saiJ estate. It is ordered that said account bo received and examined for allowance on tho 2d day of August next, at the probate office in said Castleton, and that this order bopublished 3 weeks successively previous thereto, in tho Rutland Herald a newspaper printed in Rutland, which shall be sufficient notice to all persons interested of tho timo and place of examin ing saiil account. A true copy of record. 25 27 1). F. LANGDON, Register. LOTION, LOTION.-DR EVAN'S IJEAUTIK VIN O LOTION. HIGHLY esteemed for curing all eruptions, coarsncss, and pimples on tho face, neck or hands, and effectually cleaning tho complexion and remov ing all diseases nf the skin. Nothing contributes so much to our general suc cess in life, as an engaging first appearance. This Lotion is admiiod as a most fragrant, mild, safe wash, and greatly esteemed for its virtuos in cleans ing, softening and purifying the skimof all eruptions so Injurious to lemals beauty, and restoring it to a 1 high degree of purity. I A beautiful and healthful nomulexinn Is tho nrido J of all who possess it, and tho envy of those wbo are 'deprived of it. I A good appearanre is the best recommendation ; and as the Beautifying Lotion purifies tho skin, and removes all Pimple,- lilotchcs. Tan, Sunburn, and ' T) ...1 - I I .:r , 1 ; l 1 . . urauws, auu nuuutci ucaumui Hue, 11 IS leu only ' - I. J.. .1 I.I .. . t . -. ' tuniciiu a .any ai.uuiu usu at ucr IOIICI. Uentleroen will also lind this a delightful remedy ; to remove an itougtincs, nmpies, itingworme, ' Spots, Redness, Soreness of the face and nose, and , every kind of erruption on tho surface nf the human body. It is particularly recommended to gentlemen ! to be used after sharing, as it will prevent tho other wise certain tiled of all common soap, in turning tho beard prematurity grey. ISo. 5 r or sale wholesale and and retail, by lostcr it Vinson sole proprietor, successors to A. iJitrli CClf a l0 1(1 UeUCC Street L'lica IN- i , in Rutland by James Porter; in Castleton E. Jamei son ; in Pittsford br Stronc Ruck : in ilrandon by Warren & Uliss. 43 ly alt. i ' For Sale. i I1LACKSMITH STAND situated in Hub-1 I . bardton East street, a few rods below the Dap. i nat in -i mi" nouse, wnuil consuls auoui ivo acresofUnd with a goo.1 orchard on it, a good shop and coil house with a good dwelling hou.e and WOod shed and a good barn, whith will b. nlJ cheap for ca.l, or good paper. For further infer- ' . r tist meeting house, which consists of about two reoruary n, ISI3. 8-31 Crockery. LOW & ROGERS HAVE added la their former extensive assoit mentof CROCKERY, Dinner, Tea and Hreakfast Setts of the Latest Style ; and now offer for sale a gt tariety of WARE, of the beat quality at low prices. Whtt'hall, lent 9. 1813 l 17 'IV .!.. Trcfli. ! V (i. W. SMI I li, M. I)., Dentist, my bo con iv. suited by those wiidnng hia sorviccs, at ins teaidence In Caslleton, aftet date. March 09, IS. 3-ir itrmrdv lor" Hie Vilv. tyO lhoo afflietrit" with this gtlcvous milady, the suliscnber Is happy to announce that he has prepared what repeated trial has pioved to be a safe and sure remedy. Whilo two or three applications of the Ointment infallibly icimncs the complaint ol common malignity. The subjoined certificates show that its lriuc, if properly tested, will reach and relieve cases nf aggravated and inveterate char acter. Sold at tho Rutland Hookstoro price 25 cents a box. I). KIKKAIjDIK. Wo hereby certify that wo have cxcricnced the best effects from tho use nf (he ointment prepared by I). Kirkaldic, for tho Piles, nnd wo do earnestly recommend it to all who oro similarly affected, as a most speedy, safe and successful remedy for that complaint. ' Joel Lockmw, l noitAS a. arrnccn, Joscru Tatlou, Rutland, Doc. S, 1812. 1.1:20 IVcw fJootls. MG. LANG DON it CO. aro now receiving a a very largo and choice assortment of Goods, in style adapted to tho season, and in price loathe times, being as low as the produce of the farmers; Dry Goods lower than they wero ever known to bo since the settlement of tho country. We pledge I ourselves that persons wishing to purchase goods with good credit or Ca.tA, shall not go away dissatts- Hod with tho prices. Our ft lends and tho public goncrally aro invited to call and examine our prices beforo purchasing elsewhere, way 15, 1813. 20:20 T.cnd EMpenml Iuijirovcd Pumps. rjplIE subscriber informs tho public that he con A tlnues to manufacture Irtiad Pipe at Granville Corners, Washington County, N. Y., and will fur nish any quantity nt short notice. Ho will also furnish and put up pumps of different descriptions, nu such conditions as cannot fail to satisfy purchasers. Haying had long experience in tho business, ho will bo able to sell Pt'po and Pumps cheaper titan can bo obtained, of tho satno quality, from any oth er establishment. JAMES F. EST ICY. Granville, A! ay 1, 1813. 17:13 Flour! Superfine Flour! 71LL bo kept constantly on hand by tho sub scribers, at Whitehall prices, adding the price jt M.iii3iwii,,iitiu, uy me tuna or sirigio uarrei. Eastern teamsters are invited to give us a call. Meiiru.l & Al.NSWOnTH. Castleton, May 10, 1813. 20:10 ISciuoval. TDUNKLEE informs the inhabitants ofRut- land and vicinity that ho has removed his cooper shop into tho building formerly occupied by C Barber as a wheel wright shop, two doors north of the; jail, where ho is ready to attend to all orders 111 ins tine witti promptness ana despatch. iiuuanu, aprii t, larj, I0:ti The Universal Medicine of Life irPItUANOllKTll'S PILLS mnr lio tui.t In h -Th. Uimcrs.il Medicine of LiTo," or thej clcanicann purify the blood, tlrcncthcn and invigorate the ncrtei and tcctire the periccung 01 ingestion, uy winch e avoid melancholy nu prcrent the creation of tlio.o humoun to wbieh no owe Erysipelas, Scurvcy, Gout, and llio.e "tlimy dregi out o which the Stone and (5rnvel li formed within ui." It 11 now well understood that the llrandreth I'ilii lna outed thousand! of linpcie.innd helpless persons, eten when the first physioiani had pronounced them bevond all human means of relief. It is now not only known that the llrand trth fills no cunK, hut It l also understood now they cure; that is by llicir purifying effect an the blood, that tnej IV.IIIIC IIIV UVUI til HCdlbll The value or this medicine is becciniimr more nnd mora manifest. It is reeommeuded Irom family lo family. Tin llrandrcth l'llll remove in an almost imntrrrntiMn manner. all noxious accumulations, and purify nnd invigorate the blood, and their fowl c flccl aro not counterbalanced by an inconvenience, lining composed entirely of Vegetables thev In not expose thote who uso them to danger; and their ef fects are corlain ns they are salutary They aro daily nnd safely administered to infancy, youth, minlincd, and old age, and to women in the most critical and delicate circum stances. They do not disturb or choke the animal func tions, but restore their order and rc-eatablith their health. 1 he llrandrcth rills are sold at 25 cents per box at Dr. Brandieth's New England Office. iy IIAIMJVilt STKiKT ID Only place In ZJOSTON for Hie Tbuk PiLt.a. uj" To7. RF.MCMltr.ltRI that each of the genuine has upon it THKI'.E COl'V.ItlOIIT LABELS. i nat each label baa two signatures or Dr. Iienjamin Mrandrelh upon it. A at there must be upon each box three signatures, thus: II. BRANDRKTII, M. D. An tlireasignaturrs, thus: IIENJAMIN JJRANDRETII. liesidci the labels nre full of small nrintlno dons In-ri.,1 ink, there being on the labels nearly three hundred impresa. ions of Iienjamin Brandrcth's Tills, AG EMS for ihis State in Rutland County, Itutland, J. 1'. MILTON, Orwell, A. L. Catlln, Kiolcv & Zailev I'awlet, Wm II, Sheldon, Brandon, Ira Button, Warren & Bliss. I'lttsford, Henry Snnonds, Poultney, A. Bliss, - James O. Richardson, Shrewsbury,JohnDuckinisler Sudbury, Ira Il rglntn, Clarendon, G.&A. flu I lard, Hitchcock ,V Morgan t'anlcton.llodscs fcllawkins I.. Jnnic.nn. ''uttingsville, Brown It Dow, Danby, S. If. N. J. Smith, Enoch F. Itozers, 1 ininouwi, n. w sawyer, Wallingford, S.Townrend jr. Laplmm, Vail & Co. Wells, Allen Grover, ll'eslliaven,S. D.Armstrong V. Smith. Fairhaven, A. & 3. C. Allen,1 Middletown, a. 1;. llrur.e. Orwell. V. Chloman A. Cn. Whitehall, N V, Djj-Moody Those tgenls are likewise tupphrd with BIIANDRKTM'S EXTERNAL REMEDY, which is pionouncid by thoce who have made trial A Iloon to the Human Race. 02: ly Saddle, llnrnehM'N, &c. THE subscriber would inform his friends andi the public in goneral that he has on hand a large assortment of saddles and Harnesses, such as plated, brass, japan and common Harnesses, double and single sets ; portahlo and tree Saddles, bridles and halters ; also a large assortment of Trunks of all kinds and sizes, and all other kinds of work usually made in Saddler's Shops. Tho above arti cles will bo sold very low for cash or most kinds of country produce, such as beef or young cattle next October, or grain the January following, or wool next summer. ' All persons wishing to purchase any of ihe above articles aro requested to" call and examine before purchasing. Wm. HALL. Rutland, Dec. 24, 1813. 5 31 Tor Sale, Very Clican, A Small r Altai, containing about 40 acres of - v Land, upon which is a decent houso, barn Aic. and laying upon tho Notch road, 3-1 of a mile from Rutland Court House. The above mentioned Farm will be sold for less than its real worth, and liberal time win ue given lor tne payment. Any person witmng io purcussc win picase apply to li, H. IIkamam Rutland, June 13, 1813. 21: w I" IVE -J hanc niinnti itrt ifrtiiiirin i'i.r,..r, r r.A i iir.ii.-a constant v on hand and for sale by JunatTT (n. Rutland, June 13, 1613. "l: so Kf frr Shinelea, 100.000 Suruce and Horn , , UAnBKTT ft Co. Rutland, June 12, 1SI3. 21: 20 Taken Up P.Y the Subsciiber wi Saturday last, a light Ray .Uare. about middling height, has alight ring, bones on both foro feet, left hind foot while, long tail, and not shod behind. The owner is requeued to claim his property, pay charges and tako her ,w7- Dasul S. CrurriiiTOfi. est njiland, asay 1 1, 11513, gj. r.6 Children Cry --.ni- NtiriiMtNiu i.iivi'v.., . EL' mav. Inr thev ate as ntiint ..i'V.. Camlv. and ons.r.s all lhe nrrmitti.. , .. E them when sick. Dr.iutiMas Itan etn.r,. ik ' and a Member or the Medical Hoc it iv ft the Ut J York, and has abandoned a lirre tnd lucntitt enable him to introduce Medicine in this yittn, V Fite veart experience, and tht coniumniin- r .... . and twenty ill Ions of hit Irfirenccs, hit nlictJ il WORMS CAUSE DEATH And many ruder for months snd eten inn tna y. without susnectinir tht cause, Thev nuv t. ..-. 1? bad breath, pickinc at the note, gnawinga. the Crindinn of the teeth, pain in the stomach, bdly fi(,I jolntt, llashet of heat, cbilla. drowamea, headarfce Siik taste in the mouth, dry couth, ftvriuhnesi rotita,, tile, (canncri.itchins of tho arms t T(,e nutinu, , failure lias never len known. MY HEAD WILL 8ri.T It often laid bv tlioso who aio i-l'icct lo i k., ., . Sherman'a Camphor I.nicnjr" will cute anv on iM,t how bad, In ten minutes. They cure I'alpitrun it t, Heart, Sea Sickr.cas, Lownrts of Spuiti, llfiponin,-. I, tlijue and moil Nervous Ditcates in ll.al lUnifut m They dupel all the distressing sjmptonn el a tiTjki'i i pallon, keep up the snlrita end enable a prrinn to ta (jioat mental and bodily toil. They enabled (ito l ington Dunn to walk 71 hours without rest ur ilttf. li said he could not have done it without thrm. MY COUGH WILL KILL Ml', Say many and tlill they go on neglecting it till tU p. swallow them up. Sherman's Couch l.oiriifr, ii'lit liatcly nltay all ordinary c.nri. 'I I. cy cure tlr mnlUf nate rrccnt ones in a few hours and nctrr f l to do s . la ntthina, whooping cough, eough ntlcndlng rstn'ri r lightnert of tho cheat they guc intlanl relief laCum lion where dcith haa not set Ins real there I.cjfrtu i restore the bloom to tl.c hnggnd cheek and hraltntti otherwise lost patient. Thuy have cured a pi. at rump anna that had been iven up by their phy.iciini anil lm Their celebrity for rurinj coughs and roMs n qaiit i easily is known throughout the civillri'd ncrlil ard ' demand for them is beyond tho conception of ill ( think of five or six of these Loienccs as pleasant to lit it as a common sugar plumb curing the Ino.t dulrn coughs in lets than thirty minutes. RHEUMATISM AND LUMIIAflO, I'ain and weaknesa in the breast, aide, back or an? p:s the body; female weakners; lading of the wonih; pil.,1 cured by tiherman't Poor Man'e Planer vthirhc.li 12 I 2 cents. Applied In corns it draws Ihtm cut I) j roots without tho trail pain. When such men a tltl Aaron Clark, Hon Ed J. Toiler, Hon II. H'"li' Ilev Dorias Anthony. Rev Sebastian r-treetrr, Hti ) llandeock, Doctors Molt, Itodgrrs, Smith and Vaadcnt Col C. 3. lent on and Iajr Upliam lend then with the thousand others that have been currd ly ci Sherman'a Lozenges, none can doubt their great and i riueationablo virtues. For sale by Itufiis Mellaril, on, Sherhurue; Strong iit Piltsrerdi Ituel I'grker, Clarendon North I'latrj Dini'j Hell, Kutlandi Henry Slmonda, I'lturnrdj I. H.Leosi l.aphamr. Vail ll'alling'brdi Allen (.rover, H'cllt; A Vail and Co. Danby ioroughj Senica J Smith, Hi Corncnj II. Jsmleson, Csstlcton; II. I.nrobard,, Yk Frederick Krllopg, Cast Toultneyf John C. Hawser1.' bury! I". I llutli, Orwell: Ira Hlneliam, Sudburyi Wi S. Ithfs, Brandon, Hooker & VVooilcr, vtett I'ou'H'' Volney Iloss, nrandon; w.Cliapman, Orw.ll. lilt The most hilily approved itlrtli cihc rioio in grnernl use fur Coughs, Colds and all disiases nf thr Lungs, A rillir. V. fir.TAnr.K I'ui.MONAriT IIai.sam is belirtti JL. tra the ino.l iwtpular rnedtciiio rv i know n in .trMtj lor i.ougtif, mollis, Asiosma or I'liihisic, t.oniunpit Whooping Louili tnii pulmonary nlleulona ol every kit lahaets Jrom l rrliliealcs. Dr Samuel Mcrrii.of Concord, N II. Hrilea 'that It aatiaficd the Vegetable Pulmonary al.am it a vibi! ineuicinc, having uoen uscu wiui complete tuecr.s la tiM which had previously rcaiilcd tlic moat approved picic f- Dr. Truman Atcl of I. err niter N II writes that Itm u.nuy rccomiucnus in ute in an complaint ol the ci.ru i equal If not superior to any medicine within hit kn.oltM , 1.. . I ...tl r f. l.l: l .(.. .1....J iiuuij iiuiiiih ui laiiKiin, lua.s. Willis, llt.l.i.' having prescribed Ihe ntual remedies without rrlttf, having consulted with several eminent Dhvsieiani. l kr found the Vegetable Pulmonary Hal. am to have the dent elfecl, and recommends it at a safo, convenient and (S. cinus medicine. Dr. Thomas Drown of Conennl. N. II . wrilei. tint la I knowledge it hat never disappolntrid the reatonaLle tr;r ; .niiiiua i inure w no nave uscu u, , The pnblic are parlicularlr cautioned trralnft the mil counterfeits or imitations, which have partially or t4 .,um-u inc nsnio 01 inc genuine ariicie. (O He aitured that it It not cenuine unlen one ort ofthe signatures ofSAroi ur.i n or Wm, Jo' I'H l.er, are Tuunri attached to the yellow label onaWori' vciope. (,ii laucis 01 nno aner Ihe dale ol ucc. IM..' have the written cfifrttituro nf Wm Jon'n Culler IW by HKKl). WINK ACUTI.i:it. .lain Low rV. Krr-I Wholesale Drupgitts, 51 Chatham .trtct, llo.lrm, '! i. HQ r: ll .' I.' v t. rn vi'. 1 -i 1 1 , I Apothecaries, and Country Merchants general, r , rrnis. nol,!' m DR. LinitY'S VKGUTAIILK LIFK TILLS. Aredailv ctTectlnir somt of the most ttloniihinc and r derful ccrea that hate ever been known in conaerj.i of wh'eJ, iner have now hecomo a thinlnz mark nich all Ihe arrowa of ditippointed hope, envy and nnd itableness are levelled without distinction. 'I bo loot' country are nlike filled with their praise. The palace i the poor.housn alike echo with their virtues. In s i mates, under all temperature, they still retain their derful powers, and exert them unaltered by sge or tilaa' I hey are snnplo in their proparsuon. mini in meir ac thorough in their cperalions.and unrivslltd in tr.eirnr. COMSTOCKfcTVI.r.lt. Wholesale Druggitlt and Sole Agent., New Vet Take Phytic early Medicine comet toy lale, When tho disease becomes inveterate. Recommended by Ihe Faculty Libby's I'd' fly long experience these I'll.ts hate Uenpmr thoutanda lo be the bett and safest Family .Mftlic!"''-'' ,.!!.. ........1 I, .11 ..,.. ,.flV,.,. i:K l . very valuabla'toall wbo with lo teeurt hem.l"'!"1 . . ... . .... ... ... r' I ncknett I hey are alike tale lor children at ior r od of life, and renuire do extra attention lo ditl ' log. Itilioua and Liver comphlnts, dyipepsn or i-.i.t nervous diieases, sick headache, auj all dneaaea a from an impure state of )he blond, era disnrJered Ihe ttomaeh or boweJ,arc speedily removed by They prevent scurvy, cottitenets and lit cot.' " Ihrraiore searcring men thould never be willcmt Ik nor climate affects them not. , COMBTOCK aVTyhEf' wboleaaie drug jittt and aole jgalils, ' DR. KIDDY'S HITTKItS, That Dr 1. 11,',. In. mil an Imoorlant diieoif'f science of rocdicino arid the okytioloirr of lie liJ"1" M iin, ui more importance to me weii-oeinj anu . , human family, than all that hat heretofore ltf cannot be doubled by the most sceptical. , 1 thall now proceed to atatcin what my tlee'T portant ditcovtry consist I, and I flatter niyse.l ' ' , be able to make it clear Ihat tlna doclriue li true. ''' however, doing tint, I with lu eiplaio one wcrd ij.ii nun irciueni occasion it mase u.e m ,,t 117 necrenon. i mean lhai pan oi me . - , f winch tuppliet the fluids ofthe bodv, u ftrnF bile or gall is fluid, and is ft tecittiou ofthe I-'" ,,i ir t ., i ,. ....A ia in uisca.es nave uieir origin in a aupjn-wj - or depraved aeeretlpo e,f vuw.ut orioi. comstock .tTyi.ri1 , wholesale ilrutrsi.li oiul siite aetnts, Nt 1 HooVerAt U'oosttr. Poultney Diniel. .t Jlell, Rutlard. Henry Simuads, I'ataford, Noyet At Harris, Poultney Allen (Jiorer, Weill K. Jaroleton.Cattleton ISctiea J.Hmilh, Danby C, Ac A.IIullard.ClareodoB II Lombard, Pawltt H.Townttndjr ' John C. )' H. Il'ake IlitW Milo K. ur , V.Chipa.u, "'''' . . A, Jl van, I""." ; IrlaiafbaBiHiiJl.,, B UUT & MASON will contract for H. ' of any description of Souare I ibjK'i e" . mm notice, , , . Iluiland, June 3, 1813.