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AMMOTTON Tlrilli:!iy. AS VnlrWUr 1 r apt. 10 " V Vrm)- ' t"f .'wry tlv athxrj:- Ux rrt" MSiwacumng vi-mn,, Ufrtrw, Wm , H la fir orJtr. rvmptvlns i part, i f4tki-,i I InJirta tinker. 5 1 1. ti-r. 4 (ft lixli lit Ilrtak. rrtf MKW i i iwn trad Hrktr tu iS t 0 5 nWiin. R) r-j. . i 14 iwh lit lift alrr cards. I 36 Inch 11 ha M (tanMa; 1 'h '' 3 J" '''); ? r (!)) J 3 liwb lo (dnuWr), 3 Jacks, 4M0 Hhiradh-si llik leodn; CV Jrk Si . 100 l. J lull S ! 3 HO UO iwn r Wkipand mihtc HoUint. IsrO Urn Ih.ei . t llt.ra : nMlr I)im". " uoppet ,-,5,,,., i K'i" U wr ' Cnper Oylm rtt: Vassal,. V Irun: Framra and V50 Drrtter Spm! ; fcl Csmihki 1vMtu . 8 tirwll T3, I Plain do; 3JI Ht:(MvPwHoi.)i 2..Ael Jlsrr.awa; (3 Ixmi fcuea; 7 Up irvl l).trn ig; 2 VotWre di PT4 F1U forTei!e; 10 Sheit. ing Nehlfii I u Grindrf . 2 Hiuhli.g Ma Matt i 5 HolMni do , V llydiaulir Prtoei, rfrr r1taUr ; 3 .Scrw IVurt 1000 lOf. l'ie VUWtt S jroce I'rrai J'apM. (n Mtthtntry. Ortlon Pickrr ; TO d( HardtJ 9 II lead Driwinj Frame; I fit Spindle Spinning Furc: 300 do dodo, aTunton Sp dcti; 1 Cotton Urrtteri 3 VVaijwr; 1 Circular Sin: I logwood Cllpjverj U pair Follinj; 8ucV; 1 Holler Waahlnjr Mill togrlln-r with a vrral wi tty of other rnacUiMrjr, TooW, Ac. &c. utualljr he longing to a tnaiiufattming i tal)hhment. The whole may t eiamlred on ny dtv Vefnie tho sale. A Catalogue ltl be prepattd m dun tcaaon, on which tb terma and condninni will he atated. Tlie aale will he perpmptnir and tho atleiitiun of pcrclia t i la particulaily called to ft ID!! Hmton and rrorldenrfl RailnJ Cara alop within a miarter oft mile of the Factotr. IS.Sw WUITKVVKLL, SKAVKIl A: Co. Auc. Cows and Oxen For Sale. rjp III! abacnbcr vrilt aell 15 good jntitig Cowa, JL 5 toke of Wotking Onen 6 and f rear old, I good Wotk Hone. CYltUS KDSON, Jr. Afeodon. .Uarch 20ih 1631. ton WK the aubarriber, being appointed lir the Hon. Probate Court for tin dlalnct of Falthatren commliotief toteceWe, examine ind adiuat all rUiina and demand of all petsunt agahtatiTtie es tate cf iVojJioA Grangtr, lalt ff Caitltton, in aaiddiatriet, deceased, reproicntrd fnsuUent.and alio all claims and demands cihibitrd In oirt thereto, and six months from the 13th day of March last, bring allowed by sail) court fur that ptrrpme, wedo therefore lieteuygtre notice that we will at tend the business of our said appointment at the dwelling houaot)f Lydia Vunget in Caatlcton, on the lust l iways ot Aptll and May next, horn one o'clock until six o'clock p.m. on earn of s&ld days. EiusTfs IIiolit, M. G. Li.NoiKj.t, Cvm'rs. Caatlcton, Match 1(1 1811. 13iU n.i.o-FaTi:s. Albany Maitvfatlurt AVe harrhad frrq'icnt occasion to notice fnrornbly the rxcrllcnt and superiority ofthe prcxltjctions ofotir Albany Man facturrj. Of theie none staml higher than the Piano fottci which have been inmli'tlnring the few past years. For beauty of finish, superiority of lone, nnil the other good qualities indicates to that instrument, our Albany Pianos hare utmost every tvherc takrn the palm. Wo hnvcnlso b-n shonn Ultcrs recently rrcetved by Messr. Boardman& Gbav, mnnnfacturrsof this citv, which shows the fact that tho instrument have already made their nay into Boston market, nnJ arc allowed hy Bos. m iiiiltrc to coninire favorably with their own mniufacturc. To those who are familiar with tho extraordinary prcjiiJice entertained by the Bosto mini in firo'r of I'iano-fortrs of Ihrir own make, I'i.s f.i-t nil! h d f 'ivo ofthe tjpennr merits of the Albany instruments hvaung Journal. There nrc several Pianos of Mesjrs. U.ScG manufacture n this rilbge,nnd ore pronounced by competent judges to bo lirst ra'.o instruments. Edr. DRUQS, MEDICINES, PAINTS AND DYE-STUFFS. Yf HE subscriber having recently mado exten- X sive jddiliuna to his previous stork of Drugs, Ac, now offers for sale at bis Store, Nos. 3 A a. r i i a iiflr.ii t ' . ' aoum Slue ni oiu raneuu jijii, uosion, at unusual S' low prices, very large ossortmeM of all the va elles of Drugt, Mcdicinct, Paintt 4J- Dye Stuffs, among wldih are 10 thU TurWr Opium, U caiti itcfinrd Camphor SO kbit cot'l prs'd Culor Oil, M Utl. AlcoUnl. TOchnti Cantm1trnbaili, lOctati tiom Minna, U biles India tffMii, S btl AWnnJri. t-tBoi. 1000 p'kifApolh'i OlmW.re, ps eU. drjf IKMle l.e.d jve;iMTrtilcrniid Lead, UbbWHp'li Turprnllie, u nun r.ne;. Venetian lied, tncaikt Flench Yellow. ?0 eaiea G.m Hhellae. i0b!li putr Atriol. Crjtent, lOcaiet Gum Cupal, 100 bU. Whilin. lueitr. km im ytri, 5S bolM TtfUrif Arbt, uvn a.p.cib. Suda, lOca.k. Cretin Tartar. SO tri Cuboaat AmoBii, 2S UVit AtMtto, 10 bbtt Pc Cepaiia, ICObair Cxlllt Koip. 100 sl.Sulp Ciinin, SO ca. (iam Arabic, I0ft Oil lraoi, 10ci Oil IWrctrnl, AOtrrooBi lpce Tlwt. 5 bates Jal.p Ri, 6 bttea Eeflith Valcricaa, SO bales h'ponjti, SOaites l.iqsonce Pule, 103 etiei I'tWr'. Cf'cn Soap J eaaea Chroma Vetlow. I0cie. 1,'kine.e Vermilion, bbb!,CpIVrniih, ' iu upif japan, 100 hbt. ro l.rwo'!. l(t)Ulitrof.o..l Abbla(ro ttrdn,). AO bblacro Lima W.nhI. 10-caaea Uaaill. l.d,... aetfea lt Bdi.0 Stt.ki Madder, aj wiia i.nppeiae, MbUaAl.ru M tarbflja (1.1 Vitriol, 10 bbla lll.t Vitriol, to bbla Ohva Oil, 3 prki Hold laf. S3 bbU anptfiortJIrje. I3U ujir. sitrp i m, together with a most rxteniive assortment of apoth ecaries' Gla.s Ware. Perfumerv. &e. 'Hi J. ?A'h S,wIrU,,,8 "fieiies of Iniga, Painu, and IKe-Stuir. that can U found in any city, are offer td at the very lontsl rales, on accommodating cred its andtjuantitif s, ihsl will bo warranted to Hie our- ...... u, iciuuiinK, ai me en- urn cuaioi u. suuscrioei, lie paying all cost -of inui.poi, oouj io ana irocn. country mercbant,deal. in iregt, .Manuiaciurers, Clothiers, and Pain ters are resptftrully invited to rail when purrhasinz. at unusual Inducements will be orTernl to erute wreir pjiiuu.S5. tun .Mtu UlllNLEY, V it s,,..,t n,. v.... n?"j!.n- ...... ..,v ... (JU, ni lantey, Vv ortpwood, Sptsrmtnt, lireiwn, Kjm jj,, American .7ntun riuitiinuy wimeHI. m any ouan uura. mr wmcn me nisneti market rite. i, PJd, either In caali or barter, and any article In the drusliM will willingly be recrived, if term can be a.o mnuany acvaniageout. I0:W TIIE NEW STORE AT WHITF.HALL, -PSTBY. 1IADLEY 4 Co, have ju.t opened tU -enauiianuxniin U .New Ilrark lltnolr f t.... norv b-jildinj at lU East end ofthe upp,r hridee ttrtl, vsbfien trwi'Ut'.. a kinds cf MFiJOOIW.CilOCEIUES. n.i-mr vaiuvHBHI, ALSO, Fleur, Salt. Park, Ac at nTew wkich canaot "b beat" this side of Troy. Carl atd in, KSTEY. IUDJ.EY, & Co. WL.tUU, Afarch 20th, 1844. To Kent. llt'.f.immnimn.nlbr Mr. Hllm John- .1... . . .r t 'oilr!!)!! Tilliset em- bM,,n- , dwelling house ami ovt-bulldings, a 4 j,fi.r wwmlll "ell tK.wl wliliing. 1 k firmronUlM about 100 acres 01 wrll watered and easily eultiraud. Apflj " U aUe.lbr. CA'?; Rutland, Mirch 16th, IflU. MlllSrosy certify that I have given my son, ; j,,,. 0f nit minority, and shall claim none ofhis . ..,. anr debts of bit mnirictlne ifler Martin Foster, minor, ins im mump wo ic- '5jlhl,j4Vf. Win. FOSTER. Ilutlarxi. March 10. 1811. I3:U Onn Doxea OIa rnmifctued at Kcene, of au- vvperior quality. 300 lights aath for sate by Dam hji v iitLU 13:14 Ilutland, xarrh 10, IS 1 1 Pork & Hams. I r HirrcU mess PorV, 5 H) Smoked Ham. of au- "pcrior quality for ale by Damiu dc UatL. Itutland, March SO, 1811. Inflfi HuslieUCorn; 100 do Itye; COO do oats; Jveo do Herds Crass Seed; 500 lbs. Clo ver seed ', & tons Nora Scotia Master, for sale by Damkls & lltLL. Itutland, a;rh 10, 1611. 1J:U ilTiUKAsTniyvifeTlary has left my bedTnd board without any just provocation, this is to Tvarn all persons from harboring or trusting her on my account, as I shall pay no debts of her contract ing after this date. bis J.KVISGHOVKIt. Danby, Feb. SOth 1841. mark. Attest, J. M. Rogers. 13:14 in nfifi UUSHKLS of hard wood toal wanted JU,uuual the Jron Works in Fairhaven. Con tracts can be made with the subscribers. I. DAVKF, Castlelon. 13:14 A. S. CL'SIIMAN", Fair Haven aVB the subscribers being nppotntcd by tb " Hon. Probata Court for tho district of Fnirhavcn, commissioners to receiTe.cxamincnnd adjust all claims and demands of nil persons a gainst the estate of Ezeikel ttuel, laic of Castleton, in said dtttrict deceased, represented insolvent, and also nil claims and demands exhibited in offset thereto, and nx months from the (3th day of March insi., uemjniiowea by saw Uourt for that pur pose, we do hereby givo notice that we will at tetiu to ttio business ol our said appointment, at the house of widow Rebecca Huel in C.islltton, on inc nrst Saturdays ol April and May next, from one o'clock to six o'clock on each of said days. M. G. IjangdoN) O. R. Harris, corn's Castleton, March II, 1844. 11:13 STATE OF VERMONT, E it remem District of Fairhaven, ss. "bercd that nt n probate court holdcn nt Castlrinn avithfn nnH fnr said district on the Gth day of IMarch, A D 1844. I'rescnt, Almon Wnrner, Judge. Abel Thornton, administrntnr of th John D. Armstrong, late of Poultncy in said dis- iiiu, ueceascu, proposing to render an account of ma lauuiiiiisiraiion ot sam estate: Y. , .... i. . u is oruercu mat said account be received and examined for allowance on the 30th day of March nisi., at me probate otiice in said Uastldnn. nnrf that this order be published three weeks succcs- enny previously tncreto, in the liutiana Herald a newspaper printed at Rutland, which shall bs stifficirnt notice to all nersons interrjtiml nf ibo timo and place of examining satd account. A true copy ol record ''3 B. F. Langdon, Register. M. . "r ""wiuni, lti it rcmem jJistrict of h ntrhaven, ss. ( "-'bcrcd that at a prooate court holden at Castleton within and for saw district on tho Gth day of March, A D 1844, Present. Almon Wnrner. Jnrl John Meacham, administrator of the estaso of William Smith, lato of Castleton in said district, deceased, proposing to rentier on account of his auminisirniion ot said estate: It is ordered that said account bo received and examined jor allowance, ot. the 3d day of April inst, at the probato office in said Castleton, and uiuiui's oruer oe puunened three weeks succes sively previous thereto, in the Rutland Herald, n newspaper printed nt Rutland, which shall be suf- ncieni iiowco io ail nersons interests nfthn m and placo of examining said account. A true copy ot record, B. F. Lanodox, Register. STATE OF VERMONT, fE it remem District of Fairhaven, ss. $ --berrd thatat n nrnhatfi rnnrt bnlln ni fo. r ., y. . ""vii, wiiiiiii mini nnu lor said district on the Gth day of Mnrch, 1844. a resent, i. Warner, Jvdgc aarMl- " "' ucus ui lliu estate 01 VVllliam Htpvn. InfA r.,lM.-H !.. ?.a ,. . . . -. .. ... ,uv, ul Uas,iuiuii in saiu UlStriCt. hnvrnrr tiitiAnut rA. - . .' 1 , ' --"6 iui Miiuiun nnu aiEiriDution of the reversion of tho widow's dower belonging to . ..u.v U,,,UIIK wlu iiujia - It is nnlprnf itinl x. t , ., CMm (,mu UB nenrn nt the probate office in said Castleton on the 3d day or Ann next, nnilllint all persons interested in said estate, by a publica Hon of this order three weeks successively nrevi n,!,iMUTi0f heorinff r in the KUtland tierald n IIAU'.nnnnr nrlnln.! .' n...l I , , ivuuano. " iMt tupy oi record, ll;l3 B. F Laxodok, Register. STATE OF VERMONT. ) Yv ;, ' Y'ciqi fairhaven, is. i be red thatm n proUte court holden at CastlAon J$ and for aid district on theCth day of March, A D 1844 PrMn a lar . . I n a ....... n. avamcr, Judpe. Orinand W ham ni,:i, ' h : I... ,i , -.. vwinH vAccutors ol the We lis la"d-5Tm-Cm ?f Da?!J G'M I" o of W el s , n said dwtnet, deceased, npplyinjr to said ISatStoZ himo ,for, thc "sSZ said male lo be extended one vear from il,nb.:m nerctolore allowed, It is ordered that tho hearing and decidinrr on M. J application be at a ssion of said S ,o be .oUenattho prob.teofiicein said S on on the 3d day of Apnl next, and that notice of said PP icatioo be ?!ven to all persons interettrf hJ pul .canon of this order th week Tl ..uu, io said hearmg, in the Ilutland Herakl a newipaper print,! at Rutland. ' A true copy of record, " 13 B F Laxodox, Register. aTaa VTnVi? .. w.'o ova smm r tionl 70 lUrfel, lyrn! Grass seed; X Uvernooldo 500 The R y?'', 10 tacks or rrtmnn ,w wcwid Chean fnr WKlhosubscrlbets.being appointed by llic Hon l'lobate Court for the district nl Ilutland. commiiisloners to receive, examine and adjust all ctalms and demands of all persons against the estate of Jek n 1). Savnn'f hit f SArttf itiry, In'sslddistrftt.deceased, represented Insolvent, and iIm all dilm. rv,l demands exhibited In offset llirrrtn. itntt .It months from tllO fith daV (if March Inst , being allowed by aaid coutt for that purpose, wo do therefore hereby glvo notice that no will attend to the business of our aald appoint ment at the dwelling liouso of widow Sarah Saun ders In Shrewsbury on the last Monday of April and June nex!, from 9 o.elock, a. m. until 1 o clock p. m on each of ssld days. Moses PraictMi. Zmox knsos, Com m. Shrewsbury, March llth, 1811. H;t3 STATE OF K" VKIIMONT, I UK it re rcmembcted District of Ilutland, as. J that at a specia probate court held at Ilutland within and for aaid district on the llth day of March, A. I). 1814. Present, Wm. Hall, Judge. Lydla Fay, administratrix upon the estate of Wm. Fay, late of Ilutland In said district, deceased, having presented a petition to aaid couil, in writing, representing that the personal estate of aaid deceas ed is insufficient to pay the debts and expenses of adminitratiun,by about 85000, anJ praying said coutt to grant her license to sell so much of the real estate of said deceased as will raise said sum ; It is ordered that said application bo referred for a hearing and decision to tho first Monday, being the 1st day of Apiil, next, and that a copy of this order be published thteo weeks successively, previ ous thereto, in the Rutland Jlerald, a newspaper printed at Ilutland, that all persons interested may appear and give bonds. for tho payment ofthe debts, and charges of administration, or otherwise object to the same if they sco cause. A true copy of record. 11:13 HENRY HALL, Register. A 50 AcrC I nct UFC foi Salle, , . ' ,. , . . rE!urxnber'vi3!ii il)disprsf'ofi.Oiicresor T good grazing land on thu north end of his e farm. Ivintr in the north part of Shrewsbu-' hor ry, suitable for either sheep or cattle well frnccd and a stream of water running through the same. Payments mado easy for the purchaser, and pos session given in the spring. For further information enquire of Samuel ownrd or Wnlter Ross of C'arendon, or of the subscriber on tho premises. ZIB.t PLUMLEY, Shrewsbury, ilarch 9th, 1844. ll:5w PRICES HEDUCCI) IN TAILORING. A S it has becomo tho fashion of tho times for my opponents to reduce tho priersof Tnilorintr anu m oracr tor me to Keep up witn the times l i ' . i .i ; ' mi.ji uu uiu .m, ...iu ntuuiiti a. hwii Hiuhu .iiu loiiowing guriiii-ius mr uio lonowing prices viz: , Dress & Frock Coats from 82,50 to 8G.00 Common do " 82,00 to 83,50 Pants " ,75 to 81,50 Vests " .75 to 81.00 and all other work as proportionablv low, cuttine as proportionally low mid warranted. J. F. KNIGHT. Rutland March, 8th 1844. 11:10 WOTIGrS. , WHEREAS the Flower llrook Manufacturing Company, a corporation, at their annual meet ing in ine year ibij, notaen uy adjournment, on the itn uay ot reuruary, lb)i;t, mado an assessment and installment of one hundred dollars on each share of tho capital stork of said corporation, one I half of said sum payable within four months from mo uav aaiu assessment was maae, and tho other t..tr...:.ui i.. e .i ... . nun vvhuiii ui;in munuis irom uio time atoresatd. And.whereas Nathan Allen and Elisha Allen, slock- noiaers and owners ot shares INos. 15, 10, 33, and 34, Dan lllakely, stockholder and owner of snares Nos. 31 and 32, and Jacob Edgerton, Jr., stock holder and owner olshares Nos. 35, 30 and 40, and of ono sixth of the shares No. 47, 48, 49 and 50, navo severally neglected and rctusedto pay said in stallmentorany part thereof. Therefore, notice Is hetebv fifiven. that the first nino shares above named, and one sixth of the last lour shares above named, will be sold at auction, on the 13th day of May, lfiM. atone o'clock afternoon, at ihe counting room of said Corporation, in Pawlel, ior ine purpose oi raising money to pay aaid install ment and Ihe costs of publication. Dated Pawlet February 15, 1844. 8:10 JOHN M. CLARK, Clerk. STATE OF VERMONT, W9E it remem' UlStriCt Of Rutland. SS --'hered that nt n special probato court held at Rutland, within and Jor said district on the 6th dayof March A D 1844 Present, Vm Hall, Judge. Amos Bucklin administrator of the estate of Jn. seph Hagar late of WalliWford in snid dilr,( deceased, intestate, proposing to render an account of his administration ol said estate. It is ordered that said account bo referred for examination and allowance to the first Mnndavhn. ing the first day of Anril next, and that n rnnw nf ,ur. i... i,.. 'Li-. .. iv .a uiuci uo iiuuiisnea inree weeks snrrctsrvpii. previous thereto in the Rutland Herald n nr- per printed at Rutland, that all persons interested may appear and object to the same if they see cause. A true conv of record. 1:13 H. Hall, Register. TATE OF VERMONT, fE it remem District of Fairhaven. is. -bered thm probate court held at Castleton within and for said isirici on ine oth day or March A D 1814. Present, A Warner, Judge, Dauiel 7ooker administrator nf hn nini r Levi S Barber late of Pou tnev in said dltn.. An. ceased, applying to said court for the timo for pay ing the debts against said estate to be extended one year from the timo heretofore allowed ; It is ordered that the hearing and deciding on satd application beat a session of said court to be holden at tho probate office in Castletcn on the 3d day of April next, and that notice of said applica tion bo given to all persons interested, by publica tion of this order three weeks successively, previ ous to said hearing, in the Rutland erald a news paper printed at Rutland. A true copy of record, H:'3 B F Lakodox, Register. Cows and Land. T WILL j11 from 10 to 25 Cow, all good milk r 'J',' an . are M Kood a lot of Cows a can b( foond In this countyT , ""'"re or choice Und, lying in Chitien ih. J "V8014 per acre, to be sold on time, or ir change for valuable personal propertv. da ere CaaiUion . U- V' LANG DON. Uaatleton, March 8. 1811. 11.13 1000 ?,UNDa Sheep Tobacco; al so a , ur, ior aato b "'lnf 1 Match 2,1844. rt & Ma sox, 10 COWS! COWS!! 211 POOD COWS and two 2 vr .M I...M. ! v Inr , : lOr Sale. Fnn..t . .Lr. rrr March 20, 1844. ' UU,CC- 12. SANDS' SARSAPAIULL1 FOR THK REMOVAL AND PF.RMANKNT CURK OK ALL DISKA3K3 ARISING FROM AN I.MPURB STATU OF THE BLOOD, OR I1A1J1T OF THE SYSTEM, NAM ELY i Scrofula or King's Evil, Ithrumotmn, Obtlinalc Cm tnneout Erupttont, Pimpltt or Piutult on the Face, Blotches, Biles, Chrome Sore Eyes, Iling Worm or Tetter, Scald Head, Enlargement and J'ain ofthe Bones and Jvthts, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Symptoms, Sciatica or Lumbago, and Diseases arising from an injudicious use of Mer cury, Ascites or Dropsy, Exposure or Imprudence in Life. Also, Chronic Constitutional Disorders. This preparation is a combination heretofore un known in tho history of mcdicinu, differing entirely in its character and operations from tho vaiiuua preparations of Sarsaparilla which havo been at different times offered to tho public. It arts spe cifically upon tho whole system, thereby bringing it under its direct and immcdiato influence. Al though possessed of powerful ant! controllingeffects, yd it is entirely harmless, so that it cannot Injure the most delicate constitution. When in perfect health, no effect Is produced by itsuso exrept an in crease of appetite; but when disease is seated in tho frame and hurrying fast its victims along the path of life, then its mysterious influence is felt and seen; t enkindles new HI'o and vigor, and brings health and strength back to the suffering and diseased, Essex, Conn., July i!5, 1813 Messrs sands upni : auoui eigni years since, by being overheated and and directly after exposed, I was seized with a severo cold, which deranged the whole system. Purple or livid spots appeared on the skin, attended with violent pain ofthe head; the symptoms being nlarmlng, a physician was call ed who prescribed blistering and leeching, which produced partial relief. Hatd, bony lumps formed under the skin on various parts of tho body, and the doctor pronounced my complaint hereditary scrofu la, now for the first time developed. Tho follow ing winter my sight failed in both eyes; ntcdiral aid was again resorted to, winch relieved my sight dur ing the summer: my tioso now began to Increase in size and tho whole body .rapidly enlarged with dropsical swelling. 1 ho nose even grew very sore : : u L' V .u " '"l.'l " - 'T-Vi "i 1-iuA.. aiuiat, tiy nuuiu sraivm vua iiituiivu u uiacaau tl,0 lumps softened and (liscliargcd freely, producing great debility ; ulcers now broko out on tho legs ana to complete my misery, me muscles and sinew contracted so that I was rendered nearly helpless, I remained with little change in this condition until last Octubcr, when I was suddenly seized with a indescribable sensation, which rendered me nearly unconscious, and my mends supposed it was th will of kind Providence to rid mo of my sufferings but from this I recovered only to suffer on; thc ul cer3 had become one continuous sore entirely raw, 11 was in tuts conuitton 1 commenced the use o your invaluable Sarsaparilla, which I was induced to use from the many remarkable cures I saw nub lished. It came to mo as somo guardian angel; and 1 can scarcely ten wny, yet irom tho moment hcaid it mentioned I was impressed fully with th belief that tins was to bo tho Good Samaritan for me and truly it has wroucht wonders in mv casn After usir.e it for a few davs mv nains prow eaafor. tho swelling of tho body and limbs went down, the ulcers commenced healing, and I rested well. Af ter sutlering everything but tho pains of death, how happy am I, and how grateful do I feel, to bo able to aoo another testimonial to theciheacy of your price less aarsaparuia. My health is restored, and I havo walked fou nines wiinoui inconvcnienro. 1 superintend my amity anairs, anu in tact icei almost like being in u new wnriu. 1 am induced 10 maKe tins public ac niiuwieiiKineni irom a ueen sense 01 nutvdue in vou as a means in tho hands of God of restoring a fellow monai irom a premature grave. Language Is inad equate to express my feelings. May the Lord be With vou and mnkn hia fnrn in clttnu nn,.n ,.... : the desire of your much obliged and deeply indebted friend. To tho afflicted I would say, Do not des pair; for, however desperate vourcaso mav bo. mn vurei; navo an anuuoie at llano Viz : SANDS oAR sapabilla. lrust to no other, however great thei preiension3. JHUiN ISSA BlftlMUNS Middlesex Co. ss. Essex, Conn., July 25, 1843 i'ersonallv npneared the abovo n.impil Mimics Simmons, and made oath to the facts contained in ine toregoing statement, before mo, uurpox Smith, Justice ofthe Peace. vve the subscribers, beintr nersonallv nmnaintP,! with Mrs Afonissa Simmons, do not lie.iit.iin in that wo consider the abovo statement of her case suosianlially true and entitled to confidence. Ueuren Post, Deacon Haptist Church 1. hill havden, merchant, Ciias. Greenleap, Sur. Dentist. A. F. Whittemore, Postmaster. Fnr further Darticulara rpp namnhlnla whirl, mr wwtauiuu Ul tfUillS giailS. Hrepared and sold by A. H. Sands & Co. Drug gistsand Chemists, Granilo buildings. a73 Rmnd. waj corner of Chamberatrect. New Yoik, and for sah by Druggists throughout the United States. a nee iji per uoitte, six bottles Tor $5 sold a so by DANIELS & HELL, Rutland; ""m "w.nHgan, csi itutland; Ji. Jamieson Lasueiori; J. Ueaman & Son, West Poultney vvneeier to Swallow, Pawlel; Warren & Uliss jiranoon, agents ior the proprietors, by special ap pointment. ICP The public are respectfully requested to re member that it is Sands' Sarsaparilla that has and is constantly achieving such remarkablo cures, of the most difficult class of diseases to which tho human frame is subject, and ask for Sands'Sarsapanlla and laac iiu uuiur. 42tly PRICE REDUCED TO $1 50. Consumption JLiver Complaint Ull TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, nr, L fVow 375 noicery,New IWk, W "'"S"') "'""1 caiami, asttima. M. soreness of tho chest, pain In tho side anB breast, ra sing of blood, Liver Complaints, Bronchi, tn and all those affections nf tho throat and Luns which are a source of so much suffering, and. unSrl rested, so often terminate in Consumption-ioU """"J laiiiB iiy "im jusuy distinguished. It is wU.v,7 ..auw, 1,11m auu genito it its ehecU unon the system, and can be taken In tho most delicVie cases, wi n saicty as well as utility. Pl.ysiciars - u,lu avnncss lis Its efleet ernn In nrininn .n.l . ' " .1 , -...., ua in Homo instances, an. parently almost hopeless cases, often prescribe it lr ...c. ,......iv.i.-, uou, as a palliative and a remedv "IZ! .i "LFacuI Generally, it Kffil ror a common Cold and rrm.il, 11,;. t. , .. verr hPt ,m,ll.. .."X"Z?"'i' ' "" 01 ne I lbV.e a putious and countirfelt cio auoar. ami iaii.iv !m..i.. 1 .. .1 c . . I ""'"""Mn 11110 ilia cutmlr. therefore be careful in o,. .h. r . . n'rT from 375 Ilowery, N. Y.j and is m ' "a e 'a, ,1 'e ,iu land Bookstore ly W. E.G. Stoddard- r. ' Castleton; A. A linn. KnM.r7f; T.,esont Ka.t Poul'tnei: Doet! V'Tf & "!.. Townsend, Ir. Wallingford; IRtclirocjc & Jam ' Cfarendonlpa ; F. L. Wing I Pittsford, aasnts for tho above. ' g 83?" ' T 1 ..." ""uuieiotrn: Nam' PHOESTir OA.SK SiTORS Ij W. 1IIS1IF.K CO. havo juslononed this '. U, tabll?lntirnt with tho determination to sell f,t ready pay an hiiics oi Di'y Goods, Groceries, CROCK i: It V IIARDWARK, Llkcwlso Flour, Sail, fcc, rc. at prices whlrh will Induce Ihcir old friends in Rot. land and vicinity in call and trado with Ihrni. T,t "Cash Store" Ualtho West end of tho lower bndca in Whitehall. 1CTE. W. lHSllEE ij- Co. havoa irnncAof tl.cit Store two miles Wcxt of Fairhaven Village, (,t Nilcs', formerly Innards, woolen Factory) when they will supply teamsters with Flour, Salt, Groce. rio.-a, fee. fie, at Whitehall prices, adding transpor. tatioti only. . :tf DR. WISTAR'S Balsam of Wild Cherry. Tho best medicine known to man for incipient Consumption, asthma of every stage, lilceding 0f the Lungs, Coughs, Colds, l.ivor Complaint, ami all diseases of tho Pulmonary Organs, may bo ii.nl ofthe agents named below. lCTAII published statements of cures performed by this mediclno are. in erery respect, TRUE, jj, careful and get tho genuine "Dn Wistau's Malsui of Wit.n CllKRnv,'' ns spurious arlir.lrs aro nl., ...,), Orilurs fromanv part of tha country should bu aj. dressed hi Isaac Hulls, No. 125 Fulton street, New York. AOENTS. DANIELS & HELL. Rutland. ly N. 11. DOWNS' Vejretable Balsamic Elixir. THIS is unquestionably 'ho best medicine extant fur tho cure of Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Asthma, and all diseases of iho lawns. It is whul. ly unnecessary to uivo any of tho thousands of rcc. omniends that have been given in favor of this med icine. As a guarantee to community the subacJi. bcr will hero stato that ho sells none except that which is furnished by Curtis & Dutcher of St. A), bans, Vt., who nr tho General Acorns. A larco supply is now offered for sale, at wholesalo or retail, at tho Itutland lioolcstnre by 13:10 W. E. O. STODDARD. Dll.J. E. BANGS' Renovating Mixture. T710R the cure of Rheumatism, Ulcers of all kinds, Ja particularly ulcerated throat, nostrils, Icet anil legs, swellings, and all diseases of the skin, ami every other kindred disease. Alto a sure cure for Piles in its most aggravated form. For sale whole sale and retail at the lU-'land Bookstore by 43:1G STODDARD. S.WJE OVIt POSTAGE. Iiihcrnl OflTcv. rpilE NEW ENGLAND BOOK AND PE 1 RIODICAL COMPANY havo mndo ar rangements by which any person subscribing to them, and paying tho regular subscription price for nny monthly Bi-monthly, Quarterly Foreign or American Magazine, can have the same supplied by mail Post Paid, to nny part of the United States. All newspapers excepted by the above otter. Persons subscribing to nn agent arc not entitled to free postage. All payments must bo made free of expense to us and in advance, Postmasters nre authorized to frank nil moneys to pay for periodicals. Of our ability to fulfil our part ofthe abovo of fer, the best reference will be given when rrqucs ted. All communications must bo nddrcssed to the New England Book and Periodical Company, 22, Court st. Boston. N. B. Publishers piving this six conspicuous insertions, nnd sending ns n paper marked, shall be entitled to nny magazine he may order, price not to exceed three dollars. Boston, Feb. 14, 1844. DR. B. BllANDRETIl'S VEGETABLE PILLS The Universal Medicine of Life I THERE aro faculties holh bodily and intel'.ect ual within us, with which certain herbs havo affinity, and over which ihey have power. All diseases is produced by the impurity of the blood. The Dramlreih Pill? remove the cause nf all diseases by puryfying Iho blood, they are there fore ptnperly rallnd universal; Ihey are mild in iheir operations, and nuver failing in their beneficial ef fects. Remember That each box of the genuino has upon it three copyright labels. That each label has two signatures of Dr, Benjamin Brandreth upon it. I hat there must bo upon each box threo signatures, thus : Dr. Benja miu Ilrandrcth, M. D. And threo signatures thus : Benjamin Brandrelh. ALSO DR. BRANDRETH'S EXTERNAL REMEDY OR LINIMENT, which by its extraordinary powers abstracts n.iln nr soreness ; thus sprains, stiff sinews, white swellings rheumatic pains, or stiffness, stiffness in the jninto, tumors, Unnatural hardness, stiff neck, sore throat, croup, contractions of the muscles, scorfulous en largements, tender feet, and everv descrlntinnnf in jury affecting the exterior ofthe human frame, aro cured or greatly relieved, by his never-lo.bo suffi ciently extolled remedy. Tho follnwinc aro tlie onlv authorised Anmita fnr the salo ofthe the BranJreth Pills and liniment in Rutland County : W. E. C. Stoddard, Ilipley & Bailey, Ilutland ; Hitchcok & Morgan, West Holland ; C. II. Walker, Benson : S. D. Armstrong. Weitlmwn r:. & Jackman, Hodges & Hawkins, Castlelon ; Wil Iard& rai nam, Faith., sn; W. Chipman & Co., Orwell ; J. Uuckmaster. nnckmir Jb r Worm Lozenges. PREPARED at the laboratory of Curtis t Dutcher, St A bans. Vt. Tib. t. are decidedly belter than Sherman's, or any other now in use. Ihey are pleasant In the taste, and aro a sure cure for worms, and manv other disease ofchildren; sold nt wholesale ahd retail at the itutland Bookstore, ry STODDARD. Colombian Universal Strenff thnins: Plaster FOR tho remoral of weaknesses, palm, fccM In ar.V Dart nfthn Mitmnn Frninp. PRICES REDUCED, Largest she, spread on lamb skin, Smallest do " Largest do " cloth, do do " Pper, 30 cts. 25 25 12 1-9 Rutland ror sala wlmlffsale and retail at the Books true, bv bury ; S. Townsend Wallingford; Lapham, Vail & Co. South Wallingford : E. F. Rogers. Danby Bor ough ; Whedon & Swallow, Pawlet ; II. Simonds, Iittsrord; Ira Button, Warren cf Bliss, Brandon; Ira Bingham. Sudbury; N. W. Sawyer, Tinmouili S. C. Bruce. Middletown ; J.'O. Richardson, West Poultney ; II. N, Hadley A Co, Wells. 10: ly 43.10 W. E. C. STODDARD.