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Stafcer Vcrmenf. Rutland Count, . In Clttrrf, April Term, A, Z. ISI3. fl W. IM(fi and otrtrrt,) . HERKAS.Sl- Kirpbra Cimjr.ft Awbeia. J tea. Adtltaon btree Ut, Abraham Adaro, Manning. &jlTer Stowrtl. WilWeai Werner, Jonathan Atbetten, Na IhtrJtl Kalk-ttoa, and Silit I! Hodges have heie lofot filed their Hilt in C'bsncrtT In this reurt.cujn- rtsirdeir. tbet Samuel Whit til, (.eurse HofH), Irwrje W. Ikmd, Stephen C. Hlrtir.xm sod :?sm. eel J. llreltt had cwiimtncfd in f lion in il.e Cir cuit Ooott of the United States for the Vermont District, erslnsi the On ton if id Stephen Conitnlngs, UxnofSskra In lb roomy of Wathirc'on end folate of New York, end deciding agalntt tlx Ora tori and ttid Comsilnc psttners formerly doing Ult.ctt at IdIow, Vermont, together with Henry Uodct ird l.'m Woodworlh Ihen derrtied, dur Ir.y tbtlr lifetime, ondtribe firm if the Gieen Moun tain Manufa'luitnp, Company, and that said Wood wotth deteated attnit Jept. 1, ItiC, I equr tiling among other thtngt, alter the death of .Smn W cod worth, IjI widow, one third of lilt penonal and real estate to Sunn Walker, one third to Mar; Ann Coenmlnrt, wife of said Stephen, two fifteenths to Kemoel Mills Woodwoilh, two fifteenths to George Woicetter Woodworlh, and ont fifteenth to Jcruilia Csgcr Wood orth, all of Salem afuicaald, (of vrhtch last three, William K Mar.nlng, then of aaid ld low, became Uuardlan) and appointing and Susan Wnodwortli and Stephen Curnmlngs his Kiecutora, who aa such aold part of hu real tale to John A. Jlatrheldrr, of aaid Ludlow, for 9Mr, and pari to Aaah'l Miller of aald Ludlow, for (057,50. taking their notee respectively for ld purchases; and tint .Susan Woodwoilh deceased about May 10, 1641, and alio that tho rslata nf aald Em and the and Stephen Cummings were bound to contribute a pro portion of whatever ahould be leroveted of lha Ora tori and aald Stephen In aald suit, and praying that aald HaUhelder and Miller might be restrained from paying and the atid S'chen frorrr collecting said note, and that a receiver might he appointed to re ceive lha avails of said nates, lo be kept until the event of siM suit was ascertained, and that the sme might be applied in payment of such propor tion as the said Stephen and the citato of tho said Ezra oucht to nav of the sums recotcred in the suit aforesaid, of lha otalors and said Stephen, and of the expense of defending said suit; And, Whereas, the aaid Silas W, Nathaniel, Jon athan. Abraham, Willitm Warner, and Silas II. have filed in aaid Cnurt their Supplemental Dill complaining tint since the bringing of the foimer, the Connecticut Kiver llank, otorgo ruinam, inn- itl Hastings and Marsh, and Isaac J. Jenny have commenced tuila agatnr-t tho orators in said former bill and aald Stephen, as partners in said Green Mountain Manufucturing Cwniiany, an that at ihe May tetm of the Wimlaor Comity Court, A. I). I EM3, said Connecticut Itirrr Dank recovered in their suit aforesaid $713 25 damages and $'23 09 costs: the said Putnam $5'J5 -10 damages, and $!0, 76 cost; the ssid Hastings and Marsh 9100 50 dam aeee, that the aaid Kullettun, Silas W. and Silas if. have paid each one fourth, aald Atherton one eighth, and aaid Adams Si Warner the remaining eighth of ihe said sumi to recovered as aforesaid; and also In like prupoition have paid said Jenny, June SO, 1849, to compromise his said suit, $31 15, and also largo sums of money expended in defending aaid actions at well as aaid suit of Whll well &. others; that aaid Sireetr,Stowell,Mannlnp At'Cumruing mo insolvent, and neither they nor aiid Ezra's estate have paid any part of aaidfsums noroflhc expenseof said suits, and that aaid Eira, Silas W. in partnership with aaid Henry, Fullerion, Cummings, Streetur, Stowell and Silas 11,, each put ints the tlock of aiid Green Mountain Manufacturing Company one thousand dollar, aaid Atherton fire hundred and asid Adams ii Warner five hundred, and that said aeveral partners were interrested in iid Company and ought to contribute towards the turn so piid hy tho Orators aa aforesaid, in proportion to the minis ao put in, and that aaid Manning was nevct a part ner nor interested in said company. And further complaining that whenaid lUlchelder purchased as aforeaaid a portion of naid Ezra's teal estate of said Stephen Cummings and Susan Woodvvorth he gave Dotea for the amo, and in order to secure the pay ment ofaald notes, he mortgaged to said Susan the said premises which Isy in Ludlow aforesaid, and were then bounded uctt and north hy the highway, east by land of Owen Spaulding and Asahel Miller, south by land of Asa I'lclchcr; and that said Hatch elder hath never paid aaid notes, nor any part there of, though the principal of several and interest on all hath beenmo dun ; and also that the Flower Dronk Manufacturing Company of Pavvlct, in said County of Hutland, pretend to liavo bought a portion of said notes of aaid Cummings. And praying, nmonc other tluncs. that said 1 lower lirook Vunu ficturinc Company be enjoined from hindering the Urator in collectinc said notes; that said Ualcliei der be required to pay the sums due and to become aue on his said notes uy a snort nay, or oe loreoios ad of his equity of redemption in aaid premises; and that the same be aold under the direction nf this court, and that the proceed of the same, and of as id notes, be applied in payment of the share nf aam sums paid or me urators mat uciongs to the es tate of aaid Ezra to pay, and the interest of said Cummings in the residue to the payment of his share ot me same, and lor lurtuer rehel. And it havinz been made to appear that the said Steplien CummlniM, Mary Ann Cumminc, Susan Walker, William K. Mannini.', Samuel Mills Wood worth. George Worcester Woodwoiih, and Jcrusha Gager Woodwurlh reside out ofthis state, ao that a aubrxtna Cannot bo served upon them: It is ordered that they be cited to appear before this Court at its term next to be bolden at Rutland in and for iaid County of Hutland on tho second Tuesday of 'ep tember.A.I). 1811, and make answer to said original Dill and feuppJemenUl Dill, by publishing the sub atsnce thercul and this order in the Rutland Ilerah three weeks successively, the last of which shall at least twenty days previous to the said term this curt. V. W. HOPKINS, Clerk. Silas H. Hodges, solicitor for Orators. 30:33 STATE OF VERMONT. Rutland County as. In Chantery, Aprii Term, A. J). 1EI3. Moses 11. Drown, 1 T17HEREAS Moses D rs. ITT Drown, of Wells. Warner Brown and f said County of Rutland, ha Lucy Pratt. J at the present term of this Court filed his Dill against Warner Drown of Wells aioretatd, and lAicy Trail o ll.lctierlown In the Stale of Massachusetts, stating, That un the 10th day of December, A. 1). I83H. the ssid Warner Drown bttnc Indebted to Calef Munro nd John Hopson Jun., both of Wells aforesaid, in the sum of SJJOOO, applied unto and requested the orator to sign and execute with him the said Warner a promissory note for that amount, and that the orator at Ihe re quest of said Warner did sign wild and fur aald Warner a note for $3000, dated Dec. 10th, 1638, and payable to said Munro and Hopson on demand iih tourist frota and after April 1st 1639. And that afterwards os the 30th day of January A. I). 1839 the said Warner Drown to indemnify and save hannleu the orator from the payment of and note, aod from all cost and damage in consequence of having signed the tame as aforeii mortgaged to the orator tb following described laud, aituitaj In Wells atbreatid, six. That certain farm premises and real tus which weie aold and convened to Lira lbs said Warner Drown, by deed from said Monro and Hopeon bearing date Dec 10, 1638, winch rat y be seea of record. And thai the said Ixjcy Pratt afterwards c tl 99ili day of Septem ber, A. D. 1812, caused a certain execution In her fttur acainst Warner Drown, i trued pot ol the Rut land County Cou 1 1 on a ludgrotnt rendered at the Keotctxtber Term of aaid Court A. I). 161. fur 3la dam.gei and for f S7.W ceata of suit, to be letted and extended upon the aald mortgaged prtm- iM aad tsusCiJ thsrevn Inpart, lo wit, for tbe sum of (310,00. Ar.d tiiai the orator bad been obliged to pay nd bad paid the whole amount of aald note for 3tKX, to 4id Munro and llopwn, together with a large amount of Intern! on Ihe same, which bad netcr Uen repaid to the orator by asid Warner nor ty any other peron. 1'rtyixg that this Cmrl would decree that if the sld defendants fall to pay to the orator the tsid um of mnnej o by him Jld as aforeald in said Munro and Hopton, for the ben efit of Il.e said arner Dthwn, that they may le for ier Interloped from all right lo redeem said mort gaged premises, and that the orator may have his cost. '1 It usual process of subpoena beine sranled and ft appearing ht the aaid Lucy Pralt tesides out of this slate, n that a subpoena cannot te served up un In, "II is ordered by the csurt that an order stat ng Hie substance Of said Hill be published In the ( lluilsnd Herald, punted at RuiUnd. tluco weeks sucte.shely the la.t of which ahall be at le.M 20 datsprevi.m. to the next te,mf this court, and that .a.d Ltyberenui.eiit., .har at a term cT ir.t. court to r'e holdcn si Rutlsnd in and for tho rot.nlv be reoui.e.1 P, .r.,ar at a term cftiua lo i. holdcn it Rutland In and for tho county of Rutland on ,he second Tuesday of September, A 1) IKI3. and make an.wer to l ie orator's aaid Dili, ar.d dav thereof was civen Ar. 1". W. HOPKINS, Clerk. W,r C KrrTBrnos, Solicitor. 30-32 CounlciTicts' Dcalh Blow. rflJIE GENUINE HYGE1AN VEGETABLE A UNIVERSAL MEDICINE Accurately pre pared by Dr. II. S. Moat, of Now York, from tho on-mal ruripo used for many years by his hte fa ther, Mr. Thorn Must, Vice President of the Brit ish Collcje of Health. Twenty years' successful administration of those celebrated madicinrs in Europe, and more than twelve years in the t rilled Stales have established their high reputation. Thousands of both sexes, whn hare been restored to health, the numornus suf ferers rescued from a premature death, and volumes of certified cssea of core, embracing every disease In ihe long catalogue nf human misery; must con time the most incredulous, of thejr superiority and the truth of the Hygeian theory, resulting from sci entific research and experience, namely, that 'man is subject to only one real disease, impurity of tho blooj.' Tho medicines being composed entirely of herbs or vtgeublo mailer, purify the blood, and carry ofT the corrupt humors of Ihe body In a manner so Urn pie as to site every day case and pleasure. Man will bo born to days of bliss, compared to what has hitherto been his lot, weighed down as he hat been by disease, infirmities, and sufferings which no earthly power knew how to alleviate, un til this discovery naj presented to the world. The wcuk, Ihe feeble, the infirm, the nervous, the deli cate, are In a lew days slrcngthencd by their opera tion, and ihe most obstinate complaints are remov ed by pcrecrennce without the cxponvo ol a physi cian. Ad.ipled to all circumstances and situations, ihey are the but Medtcinei, trer invented fvr Fami lies, or to taki lo sea, preventing scurvy and cos tiveness, requiring no change of diet, particular reg imen, or caro against Inking cold. The prepotency of these medicines, has induced many speculators lo atlempt imposition on tho pub lic, by forgina tho labels, or forcincr their Imitatidns into nutico through ihe medium of the Press. Some of them proiend to Hygeian principles, by stealing Irnm the writings of ilia Hvgeist, and copying whole - iiuu iiicir luiMiiiiu auveniKomenis. Dut as they cannot copy the medicine, their spe cifics or their deleterious nostrums prove to be una vailing, their puffing and piracy become evident; disappointment to the afllicted is eventual, and with just obloquy ihe pretenders sink into oblivion. the liygnan medicines, first introduced into this country hy H. S. Moat, in 1630, havo for tho last four years been prepared by him, and the increasing sale attests their intrinsic merit; they comprise two sorts of Pills, No. 1 and No. 2, in singlo boxes of each at US or 5(1 cents ; and Packets containing both sorts, at $1, S2, or 83. The Vegetable Cleansing Powder, in large boxes, at 37 1-2 cents, with print ed directions. Each packet has a fac-eimilie of the signature oi n. nnepiicrd .Moat, and to prevent coun t n r 1 1 n - . 1 ! . I. 1 . I .1 " . " . . terfeiters, aro signed with a pen by tho district agent anu suu-agent on a label ol yellow paper. None aro genuine unloss they have these signa-1 tures, and aie obtained from huh-anents who can . pioduco their written appointments from tho district : gent, and whose names aro advertised in theic re- pective districts. II. Shepherd Moat, Principal office, 50 Canal-st. N. x. The above medicine can bo had of E W. CLAPP, District Agent, East Jarkson, Washing ton Co. N. Y. or of the following Suh-Accnts : Wallinaford. Henry H. Leonard, Rutland, W. E. . Stodadrd; West Rutland, Hitchcock & Moriran, Paw let, Herrington L.inglon ii Co. 30-ly 'I'loiir! Mipci'finc Flour ! VT1I.L bo kept con-tantly on hand by the sub scribers, ot Whitehall prices, addinc ihe nrice of transportation, by the load or single barrel. Eastern teamsters are invited In give us a call. Merrill & Aijisivorth. Castleton, May 10, 18(3. 20:IC Hygcan Pills. triRAM L. CHENEY, standing County Agent, - keeps constantly on hand various sized boxes of ihe ahovo Pills at the following prices, vizt 0,25, 0.50, l, $2, $3. Persons that have used ihoso Pills, know the utility of them and they will recomenn inemseives. Also, Sherman's Couch and Worm Lotenees. and the "J'oor Man's Plaster," for a lame side. back. or tireasl, rornlsn ny t'angbora & iJrinsmaid, Stale genls. June .0. lolf 'JO; I Ml'SIt AIj IXSTKUITIENTS. IEVI S. RUST, Tcachor of Music, continues to -i sell Dass and Double Dass VJnls, Melodians ano aenpmns, manufactured by Abraham Pres cou. instruments winch, cannot he excelled in quality or finish by anj that can be produced in the country. Also, superior violins, all of which will be told at the manufacturer's prices and warranted. Individuals or societies wnliinc to purchase anv of the above invtruinenls, will find it for their inter est to call on the subscriber, who has now removed to Rutland, where any communication will he graie- tuiiy reccivea ana promptly answered. LEVI S. RUST. Rutland, May 1st, 1813. 16:tf For Sale. BLACKSMITH STAND situated in Hub bardton EjU street, a few rods below the Dap : I. i i i - , . , . . . " , r tut meet ng house, which consists of about two acres of land wi.l, a good on hard on it, a good shop and coal house with a cnod dwelling house and wood shed and a good barn, wliiib will be sold cheap for cah or cuod paper. For further infor- miliori inquire ot the subscriber, or the man who now occupies the premises. M. G. lUaata. February 0, 1813. o-Sl Suit. COARSE and fine Western Sail by the load or tingle bushel, on band and fur sale hy , , DlBBETT &. Co. July 25, 1813. 30:33 Linseed Oil. ONE caik prime quality Linseed Oil. just ceived and for sale by Bakbett it C re. Co. 30:38 Horse Kakes. TTV EWEY'S fmprbved Horte Rakes on hand and JLF for se by ' DiaktTT Si Co j July 3$, 1613. 0:35 MEDICINES- TIl. Ms tTitt'a Cough Drops, Tooth-Ache Drops, MJ Kye- a.er. ad Liquid '"""" medicines ever offeitd to the worUl for the cure of more iiiscisca mr "iiicn i, . IITSee the Acent'a Show Rill of description. Korsale by Hurt cVMnon, and G. T. Hcnlges, Rutland; Caleb Hall. Chrendon: S. Townstnd, Wallinefordi S. A; N. J. Smilh h, Danby; J. O. , l'onltney M. G. hcock & Moigan, Itlrlurrf.nn and Nitves A: IIlli Langdon A. Co. Casilelon; Hitchcock Writ Kutland S3 18 iliv Aitrnlion f rnrrhancru IS invited to the intensive and varied assortment of FOIlElfiN AND DOMESTIC ROODS in the shop of the aubseiihers, at Cssileton village. I" .en P". cu,;r ,T 'PP'7 ...... - , ,r with all go.da usually lounu , vuum,, ... uj,., .. u tutenA to offer every article at the amalleat .osslhle Jnea from the cost, e.t he ri B. "'f' bailer. Wc have a good, a.so.rmetit of the best d'nce rrom rne cosi.eiu." B.a at'er. c have a good "'""'' " tcmu? uructnjr, uonai, fioroirore, grower, wholo comprising a vailciy worthy of a call from all buvcra within a dozen miles of ,us. From all such v . ijiiihluiii v.fvw.-T ...v. - we hope to receive a lair proportion oi patronage. McnaiLL & Ai.nswoktii. ! . , . 1 Castlolon, May 10, 1843. 50:38 Saddle, Harness & Trunk Making Business. Mi. nBUMlT, IfOULD resfectfuUf-lnform bin customeri, and It the public, that he has removed his shop noar- ly opposite the stand ho has occupied for "ho pjjt year, where he still conlinuas carrying on the Sad- die, Harness and Trunk making business keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of I runks, Drass and Silver Plated Japanned, and common double and single Harnesses, and all oiher articles 1 such as are usually kept in a country shop. Ait the above articles will bo sold at as low a ralo as can be purchased in any other ihop. He would al so take this opportunity to expiesa his thanks to the public for their very liberal patronage for the past ysar, and hopes by strict attention to businos a continuance of the same. Repairing done at short notlco and as cheap as It carl be done at any oilier shop. 11. W. HURT. Castlcton, July 10, 1843. 20-31 NEW GOODS, BURT & MASON, having taken advantagoof the New York market, and at a period when all descriptions of meichandiso were lower than they were evet hoforo known to be, and having purchas ed many of them at public sale, are prepared to fur nish their friends and tho public with any descrip tion of Dry Goods, Crockery' and Glaus Ware. CHINA, HARDWARE AND CUTLERY; DYE STUFFS. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS, Iron, Nails, Iron Wart, Window Sash Gtass; Comprising a complete and full assortment in all tho above departments oi trade; every article ol which will be sold as low or lower than they can be had in tho county. Having cleared out the old stock, pur chasers will have the adrantago of fresh goods, and not be subject to a shave on goods that cost double what they would at tho present time; especially cloths, prints, and cotton goods generally. Wautcd In exchange, pulled and fleece Wool, Pelts, Duller, Cheese, Grain, and lastly, though not least, CASH. We regret that prices aro so low, but wa think a belter state of lliinRS awSits" the farmers and man ufacturers. The lowest point has gone by, and al ready an advance oaalmo.t every thing has com menced. The revolution ol lbiu nas nnauy pro jduced trji effect, and a little more patience will ptum uu nu unj i..,,,, uu, .un 1" ibis ,imo 'he country would havo been telieved a,ld business prosperous, prices fair, with ready sales. , , . , . ,. oomo sniy wings, ivery lew; oegan louispnir; uui it will be apparent that whig measures, though im perf'octly and partially adopted, saved tho country; and if the TarilT shall escape being (strangled by Loco Foco legislation, it will he the means of ad vancing prices and placing the agricultural and manufacturing interests of the country on a firm and prosperous fooling, and we trust that future pros perity will in some measure repair the terrible do structiun occasioned by the corruption and profliga cy, misrule and madness of Jackson, Van Diiren, Tyler, Humbug Ronton, low wages, low prices &c. , c nun i ii i. w ti.,v, h.u uiu ttiwav tiwiiuioo an vtgi- lasting farewell, and trust that nine-tenths of the American people are ready and willing to do the same. Rutland, July 12, 1813. 20.31 WE the subscribers beingatqiointed by the II Probate Court for tho diitrict of Fairhav Hon cn, commissioners to receive, cxatnino arid adjust all claims and demands ot an peraons against the cs tale of Samuel Andrews, late or Fairhaven in aaid district deceased, represented insolvent, and also all claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto; and six months from the i?d dav of June last, being allowed by said court for that purpose, we do therefore hereby gire notice that we will at tend to the business of pur said appointment at the dwelling house ofCyrus Andrews, in Fairhaven on the first Wednesdays of September and Octo- WVI I.WAk, IIUI'I UIIH V. WWVA. Ulllll Ii U U blVVA f. lit. on each of said days. DinADAs Ellis, Sauiil Wood, Com'rs. Fairhaven, July 12, 1B43. 20:31 State of Vermont ) Re it remembered District of Fairhaven, as. I -L that at a probate court holden at Castleton within and for said district on the 17th day,of,J,uUlA,-n. 1843. Present A. Warner. Judre Z. Howe administrate! of 1 lie estate of Eohraim Dudley late of Castleton, in aaid distrisl deceased, propoting to render an account of his administration ol said estate.'?' It is ordered that said account be received and examined for allowance on Ihe Oih dav of Atieiist next, at the probate office in said Castleton, and that this order be published 3 weeks successively pre vious thereto, in the Rutland Herald a newspaper , I ----...w, .....vm nail IJ u.llWIUllb MUlllG to all persons interested .of the time and place or examining said account. A true copy of record. (iniiicu in auuano, wiucu snail tie iutlicicnt notice 29:31 D. . LANGDON llegister. .'10,000 Acres ef Land lor Male. rP HE undersigned offer for sale thirty thousand acres of Land, situated in the counties of Gen esee, Lancer. Shlawaase. Sirrlnaw and Macomb. heland which we now offor fur salo consists of heary timbered land, ucb as lleach, Maple, Ihcko- ry, JJullemut, i)c.; also Uak Openings, all of which comprises the most choice locations In the stale, being interspaced with pure and rapid stream of water. Alto 2500 acres of Pine Land, situated on Flint River, together with several eUcilte Water Privi leges, Our terms are such that the inducemente offered to aettlers is advantageous the li.ee fur purchase money t etng irotn one to ten years. We ate disposed to give three acrea of land and tht first crop for clearing and fencing, one. beverii impruveJ farms for sale or lease. Application made to the undersigned, at Flint, Genesee county, Michigan, will receive prompt at tention. G, MrKa Diwkt, Tho's L. L. DaewT. Flint, Feb. 3, 1813. 22:tf . FK..I1, A G. W. SMITH, M. u 'n"l''", "Z,.m, his .ii iJhv those wisninc ma .um.., fMence In Ca.tleton, after date, jfirfn ng, ifl43. 13;tf ICtnu (It lor hc. VUc TO Ihoso alllictcd with this grievous mlady, Hie ...I.. i. !,.. in announce that lie lias ,cpirPd what repealed tlial has proved to be a sale ind aure remedy. While two or three application 0f lhc ointment Infallibly remove tho complaint of common mallgiiliy. trio auojoincu ." show that its virtues, if properly tested, will reach and iclicvo cases of aggravated and invcteralo char- "CSoid at the Rutland nooksnro price 25 cents box. D. KIIIKALDI15. We hereby certify that wo havo experienced the best effects from the ue of the ointment prepared bv D. Kirkaldic.fortho Piles, and wc do earnestly a. . M'l .1 I 1 I hHfllna mmrm, it ho . sim arly aircc.led, as a mo., 80ccdr. aafe and auccesnful remedy for that compnU JeL LocKt,, 'i ii Kitrvprtt. TiniMisS. SrtitcER, Joseph TAtton, 13:20 Rutland, Dec. 6, 1843. Lent! Pipe and Improved Pumps. mill: subscriber informs tho public that he com X tinucs to manufacture Lead Pipe at Granville Coiners, Washington County, N. Y., and will fur nish any quantity at short noltcc. Ho will al.so furnish and put up pumps nf different descriptions, nn such conditions as cannot fail to satisfy purchasers. jla'vimr had lone experience In tho business, he wilt be able to sell Pipe and Pumps cheaper than can be obtained, of tho same quality, front any ot Cr establishment. JAMES F. ESTEY. Granville, Mav 1, 18-13. 17:13 otn- - - T TliC UlliVcrHJil ITIcdicillC of lillc rrrnHANDUETH'S PILLS maybe aaid tobe-TI The Uoiierial llcdicino if Lire ." or ther eleanae ano ourifv the bhiod, strengthen and intigorale the ner e and aecura the perfecting of digestion, by which we avoid anelanehnly and prevent the creation of llioic hurnoura to which wa ewe brytipelas, scurvey, (lout, and llioae "ahmy dregs aate which the Stone aad Urnrel la formed with in us.'' It rs now well underatood that tho llrandreth Tilit hata ouied thnuianda of hopcieaaand helplcaa persons, even when the firat phvaioiana had pronounced them ucvonil all human means ol relief. It ia nnw not only known that the llrnnd- relli I'illa no core, but it ia alto underatood now they cure; trial it uy incir punijrmg eliect an the blood, Itiat tney rcftorethe bodv to health. The value of this rocdicine it beenminj more and more manifeat. Jt it recotnrrieucVd from family lo family. The lira ndrr tli lMIt remove in an almott imperceptible manner, all nbsiout nccumalnlion, and purify arid invigorate the blood, and their good effect aro not counterbalanced by an inconvenience, (icing composed entirely nfVegetablct Ihev do not opote tfioae who uae them to danger) and their ef fectt are cortiin at thdy are talulary They are daily and ttfely adinlnitlered to infancy, youth, minhood, and old ncc ana 10 women in me moei criucai nnd dcncaio eircum altncet. They do not dlatUrb or chute the animal Tunc ti0nt,hut rcalore theirordcr and re-etlablilh their health. l he llrandreth I'illa are aold at 5 ceata per box at Dr. Urandrclh's New England Office. 13 HAIXUVillSIKfcKT 13 Only place in BOSTON for the Tkuk Pius. D3 To Hr. KKMK.MnF.KKf) lint each ofthe genuine haa upon it TURKIC COI'V.RIGIIT LAIICLS. That each label bat tfco signatures of Dr. Benjamin Drandreth upon it. Anil there mutt be upon each box three signatures, ihua: U. BHANDRETH, M. O An Ihrcatignnturet, thut: BENJAMIN BRANDUETII. Reaidci the labels are full of small orintinir dana In rl ink, tbere being on the labelt nearly three hundred impreai iont of llrnjamin Brandrelb't Pilla. AGENTS for ihis State in Rutland Countv. niflnn.l IV V iSi.M.. ifl..11 A I --.0 Itlolv ft UMei I'.iwlrt, Wm It. Sheldon. Brandon, Ira Button. Warren Sl Blitt. I'itttrird, Henry Simondi, I'eultncy, A. Iliitt, Jamet (. Ilifchtrdaon, Shrewabury Jnhnlluckmaalcr Clarendon, O. &. A. Oullard, Hitchcock -Slorgan. (aillelon, Hodirea Atllawkina Sudbury, Ira It rghaoi. E. .inliraon. Tin.nouth th. N. W. N,r. "utilngaTlllv, nrown a unw. Yoiunirird. M.Townenif Jr. uanDy, 3. .y. ii. J. onmn, i.apnam. van ot kO. Wellt, Allen Grover, M'citlinvcn.S. I). Armatrong P. Smith. tvnncn r . ivogera. Fairhaven, A. it J. O. Allen, Middl. tnwn, S. C. Bruce. Orwell. W. Chioman Sr Co. Whitehall, N.V. Uaj-Moody Tlioao ylgcnlt arc hkewitc tupplird with BIIANORETH'S EXTERNAL REMEDY, which ia pronounced by thoao who hau made trial A noon to lite Human itnre. in: it Saddles. llnriicfesrM, &c THE subscriber would inform his friends andi the public in ceneral that he has on hand a large assortment of saddles and Harnesses, such as plated, brass, japan and common Harnesses, oouoie arid single sets ; portable and tree Saddles, bridles and halters ; also a large assortment of Trunks of all kinds nnd sizes, and all other kinds of work usually made in Saddler's Shops. I he above arti cles will be 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 anv ofthe above articles arc requested to, call and examine before purchasing. WM. JlAliLi. Rutland, Dec. 21, 1842. 5 31 Consumption A' Mjiver Complaint DR' TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, From 375 Botcery, New York, FOR tho cure of coughs, colds, catartli, asthma, soreness of tho chest, pain in the sido 'and breast, raising of b!ood, Zirer Cdmpfaints, Dronchi tis and all those affections ofthe throat and Lungs, which are a source of so much suffering, and, unar rested, so often terminate in Consumption this remedy is highly and justly distinguished. It is purely vegetable, mild and gentle it its effects upon the system, and can bo taken in tha most delicate cases, with safely as well as utility. Physicians, aware oi its medical properties, and witnessing its effects even in extreme, and in some instances, ap parently almost hopeless Cases, often prescribe it in their practice, bdth as a palliative and la remedy. and with the medical Faculty generally, it baa mot with great approbation. For a common Cold and cough, this is one of the very Best remedies ever fuacovered. f. N. D. There is a spurious and counterfeit art! cle afloat, and lately introduced into the country; therefore be careful to get the genuine, vhich ia fiom375 Dowery. N. Y., and is for sale at the Rut hnd Dookstore by W. E. C. Stoddard; E. Jarnieson, Castleton; A. Allen, Fairhaven; Noycs &. Harris. East I'oultney: Doct. E. Yail. Middlelown: Sam'l Townsend, jr. Wallingford; Hitchcock & Morgan, CfarendonSpa ; F. L. Wing, Ira; Slrong A: Duck, rittsiora, agents ror the above. 25; Iy HAI1D-WARU. LOW & ROGERS HAVING just completed their stock of Hard Ware, now offer for sale Iron, Sled A' JVallH. llrast and Iron WIRE, and Drazier's RODS. farming 1 OOLS of all descriptions , Carriage Trimmings House Trimmings. i oaddury ec J runic Maker a trimmings Carpenter's TOOLS, Table and Pocket Cutlery. Circular. Mill A J-? cut SAWS. Rifles, Pistols, Fowling Guns A Gun Trimmings. ith a full assortment of gen general Hard-Ware of good auality, and at low prices. Whitehall, June 0, 1813. 24: 37 Crocker IT. LOW & ROGERS HAVU added to their former extensive assort merit at CROCKERY. Dinner, Tea and Ureakfast Sells of 'the Latest oiyie: ana now etier lor sale a great yanety of WARE, of the beat quality at lew prices. ii unenaii, June v, lot. 31? 37. Children Cry Foit s-mttMAN's lozi:n(ji:.s,,k.u mir. tut thet tie aanleiiint i.I. - ' f?snil. biiiI mli.il all lit hmn.,li. whenaick. Ur.-HutnxA n laan tiMMu-ik.'" i llembrr of tho Medical S..citlT if U "o7'. , and haa abandoned a lirce and lnri,.. . ' tnd a York enable him tn introducn Mnlicint in thu tlfinJu Five yetteeiperienee, and iht connmtuB t,tuil tnd twenty sit tons of hit Lozenget, bit r!ic jond doubt and uncertainly. WORMS CAUSE DEATH, And many autTf r fur nonlhi ar.il r ifn rti, ( r without inspecting Ihe eauie. They mit U ii,I hid breath, nicking at the note, tnalni f it, , ..I hn,,l lk lln. .nJ A...kl ' grinding ofthe teeth, piin Iri the atcraitli Mi. i' , jolnli,fliihet or heat, chilla, drowaui(u,Lraild( u taala in the mouth, dry cuigh, fetfriidocri. ic."l tile, letnneaa. Itching or the trail be. Tit maliaiil eatctthete I.ozengct have cored la tlmf, iuniillt til MY HEAD WILL 8VAT 1 la often ttidbythnae who are tol'jrtlio, iV-Vr 1 Sherman'a Camphor Loicngea will curiiMfm,tflll how had, in ten mlnutea. They cure h'jau j Heart, Sea Sickreaa, Lowneta of Spir itt, lit.ri.,, j( licbe and rrinat Nrrrnua lliieaaeiln lint bMtigtn(t'H They dirpcl all tha dittreaalng ivmptiimi ol a mri'i pation, keep up the tniritt tnd enable a ntrtot to nin Croat mental and bodily toil. The eniMrd UuL ington Diion to walk li hourt without Kit gr ikip, ft tatd he could not hate dune it without llxm. MY COUGH WILL KILL MP. Sty many tnd Hill they go on neglecting it till tl, p, awallnw them up. Sherman'a Couoli l.oitnjn ijm JiJtcIv allay all ordinary ctaea. They curt the nate recent nnet hi a few heart tnd nur-r fiilioJN. Ia aithma, whooping enugh, coush atlcmling inru'ti ik tightneaa ofthe cheat they give inalant relitf. liCwut lion where death hat not ret hit teat Ihcie Ixntrra . rcatore the bloom to the haggard check ind linlikuti olherwiae loat patient. They have cured a cirat irit)) tnnt that htd liren civen up by their nl yiicnnt ,ft mi Their crebrily for curing eoufha and eMi r,irl eaaily ia known throuihont the civllircl world and demand for them ia beyond Ihe conception of ill Oul think of five or lis of thete Loteneeaat pleiariltollli at a common tugtr plumb curing the moil ium cougru in lett than thirty minutes. RHEUMATISM AND LUMRAGO, Pain and weakneaa in the breaat, aide, hack or an; aim the bodv; female weakneaa: Tallinn ofllie womb; priori cured bv Shermtn't I'oor Man'i Planter which ewii M IS 1 Z centt. Applied to cernt it dranathtin oot Ij A, roott without the ieaat piin. When tucb men ilill Aaron Clark, Hon Ed. J.. Porter, Hon It. 11. P'nti'x Kev Dariae Anthony. Rev Scbaatian Ktrertrr, Rn k lltndcock, Doctnri Moll, Kndgert, Smilh and Vltilifp. Col C.8. ienton and Maior Uuham lend their aiacla Mflfli ttiM IhfiiiMiiil nllirc lliAl tiBVI, iern culfd Lt till Shermtn't Lutcnget, none can doubt their grett aid ih ;. queatinn.ible rlrtuct. 1 Forulehy llufu! Itichardaon, Sheihuruei Strom kM ,' Pillarnrdi Kuel Purker, Clarendon North Klti l)nnlil Itell.Uulland; Henry Mimondt, Pitufordj E. a isoun,!' I.aiham& Vail tvallingtord) Allen lirorrr, nciii, a i Vail and Co, Ilinby ormiah; Senics J Smith, Ibebjl i Cornerr; E. Jamhann, Caitlctim; II. I.urrharil,. Paaleil Frederirk Ivellngg, r.aat t'oultney; John IJ Sawyer 'aiei buryr E I) Uuah, Orwell: Ira lllngham, Sudburji W 8. Hhe. nrandon, Hooker n ooalcr. weal rotiint) Volney Roat, Brandon: w. Chapman, Orwvll. iJ 'the most highly approved Midi' cine now in jrrneral use ,for Coughs, Ccldl CM alt disrases f thr iMiim. mllF. Vror.TABi.ic Pulmukjiry lln.tAM it beritvn X be the moat popular medicine eirri known in A mm for Cnuoln. Coldt. Aatliima or Phthialo. ConiunWm Whooping Cough and pulmonary nflruiont of eveiy till t.xliacls Jroni Uertiheates, Dr Samuel Mcrril.of Concord, Nil. wrilct 'll.it hi taliiftrd the Vegtlnblo Pulmonary falaarn ia a aluiVi medicine, having boen uteri with complete tucceii in rim which bid prevloutly refilled the moil approved pmu.f tiont. Dr. Truman Aoel of 1. emptier N II wrltet that fecf- denlly recommend! Itauitln tll complair.ta of the cheil,l equal if not t iipcrlor to tny rnedieinn within hit lnoltd;i Dr Amoiy Hunting of I'rariklin, Mtat, wiitea, llnlilir having preaenbed Ihe naual rcmediea without relief, int having conaultcd with several eminent phiiiriini, lit In found the Vegetable I'ulmonar) llalitm to have ttiedrunt i ffecl, and recommenda It at a tafo, convenient ar.d tffci cloua medicine. Dr. Tliomaa Drown of Concord, N. II. writes, thitto li knowledge it hit never disappointed the reaaonabe cip tationa of thote who have used it. The pnbllc are particularly cantioned agalnit tliemn; iuuiii.iiiii. ui muiniiuii,) ,.. ilia, v na, wi " ' itaumed the name of the genuine trliele. (TJ De attured tint i' it riot genuine unltiinnr orbrt ofthe aignaturei orSAMrioi KKiijorW'H Joi'a Cu- Ler, are luuna aiincnea 10 ine yellow itoci onamucir velope. (Alllabela oftud aHer the date of Dec. m'J," have the written aignature of Wm Jon'n Cutler, Tirprt by Kr.c.lJ, WIWU ctJUTI.EK, (late liw at ri' Whtilettle Drueglalt, 51 Chalbam itreet, lluilon, iwlo by JA8. GHEI.N & CO., Worcetler, and hr Vim'"' Apothecarci, and Country Mcrchonla generally. AOeenlt. no 4, 1 J. For, sale by Dalieli Si Bell, Rutland. DR. ISRAEL DELAMATER'S RHEUMATIC LINIMENT. Thlt remedy hat Ihe htpoy tnd powerful effect of rt; ing the nerve from bath wtyt, vis, from the Internal external ute. Although many catea tre cured by tiur the external or internal remedy tlone, jet the pri' does not promitea po'itite euro uufcte blh articlet uaod together, and in all audi caiei, no matter hnr ('" when Uitharliclea are uied in connection according U .1 : . : ik. ..;iU - u.ftl la utien. Ill' ' uimiiu.ii ,i,c ui. o " i monfcy, in every caae, wilM ptio uaca to mc Po..- wriere a cure it doi eoccieo ..,,, COM8TOCK Jr,TVI.f:i' nholeiile druggialt tnd sole tgentt,N .nn i rnnv.o vpnP.TAltr.V. I.H'E IJITTEK! Dr.Libby being convinced or thlt, diKoitred t coK 1 3 lion of remedial tgentt that would tct aywaai oM.oM' TJ MliMWcrailODf, am, r-.i-i- - healthy anion. . . . . u n4 That I have tueeeeded, there it not tke Ieaat ' ' the bitleralhat 1 now offer to thia intelligent ' poaieat intrittic merit, tnd htve the ttn-ngeal ein 'r ,.n, ,iM. Irainn the i are founded UPa I'd r CI T.... ------- ... t i d re ettenJinc the pl atioo ol a generoua public COM STOCK VTT LER, wliolettle droggiatttnd aoleagentae" DR. LIODY'S VEGETABLE LIFE TllhS. Are autl biliooa.anll-dyapepttc.and tnti m""''''; mij be Jttttly ennatdered a umieraal medicine but tw peculiarly beneficial In the following oru1aiata-)" and bi'ioua feiera, feyerand agae. dytpeptia, t'O't' eomplainla, aick headache, jandice, aatbmt, dropy r titin, enlargement of tha aptecn, pllet cImiIic Oot" j ttrucllona, heartburn, furred tongue, nauaea d""" M. the atomicb tnd bowefa, incipient dlarrho- f,,Jf'L, bitual coatlicneta, loaa oftpiellte,blotcba or ta" , cathartic ar to tperianl it needed. They are ctM toild in their bpertliont, prnlueinz neilLer ".!'.y ' or debility wholettle druggiatt tnd tole tgentt. tie HooVrr.V Wootler. Poullncy Daaiclttfe llell. Itutltrd. Henry Hunonda, Piltaford, Novea Ac llarria, I'oullsey Alfea Groner.U'ellt K. Jtmieton.Caalleloa Renlea J. Smilh, Da'aby tl. it A.UulUrd.Cltrendea II. Lombard, Pawltt John C.Mtwjer.St'l'J' Tnwoini lr 11. Illake. Uraaeo" MlloK, Day, do. W.Chtpmso.Ofwc" V. OhJIda, PitHfi'M , . R. V-il, D'"1-' ,,r km siagham Hedbary a-J Grain. tK(( Uushels Oali, 600 do. Corn and 1 J" XeJUU For sale by Daaiau & June 30, 1813. 2flx plea, tna a eorreci unowieuge oi nr u. - neiH. While mercury tnd Weedrageod oilier oe'ei'i""-", rt lea aia becoming more and more unpopnlar, I.N'11; ' ereoflheiruaefulottj byUetiv FAS' F TO' iiAea ' tr th l(t. a aeci hie surtl their athcr hare led b iy liavi been fierce! titer ft and for tb rcputi have immr tincrr -THI ts, at laim iVith i lion of Ii ol of wisd coni( of I ougl ainrxi t tin tiobb ams. prin wit trdl lie, ncn 11 bj rovi ltlin a pr nest mil ion prr ncn y 1c ihrn arifl ithoi list I ngu Ipo hie! thf fcts I .