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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, FEBRUARY 28, 1850.
ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA,
14 DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.
Halifax Tci-rcruni Office, ?
Saturday, 0 1-2 o'clock, P. M. S
Tho steamship America has arrived from Liv
erpool, t eb. mil.
nouns nor. mucn inquired lor, and prices
have fallen from Is a Is lid on good brands, and
tendency elill downward. The fro-vl has diaaji-
pearco, ana continental pons are now shipping
In American provisions llie market has micro
ed, and Bacon, pood new Western, has advan
c "1 1 to 2j. pcrcut. Lard lias again declined.
I oik is in demand, but at unchanged prices.
Cheese, of supcrirr, or low qualities, is much
inquired lor, mil no cunmcc lias yet oecn made,
Tallow, Gd per cut. lutver.
Parliament has been opened the Queen's
rpeccli uas favorably received. Continental
news of more than ordinary importance. Kiots
have occurred m Paris. Greece has been block
aded by the JJntish fleet.
E.ngla.nd. The Chief measures recommend
ed from the throne are m reference to Ireland,
ana relate to we improvement ot tne panv pro
cession act, and the laws regulating llie relation
between landlorils and tenmls. In conclusion,
llcr AiajKaty liopes and believes, lint ly combi
ning liberty with order, by preserving" w bat is
valuable, and amending what is defective, the
Legislature will sustain the public institutions
as the abod; and shelter of a free and happy
As amicipated from the movement recently
going on, for llie revival of llie protective duties
op Corn, an amendment to the Address fron the
Houses of Parliament was moved in the Com
mons by Sir John Trollop?, and in the Loida by
Lord Stradbroke. The amendment was to the
following effect: That we regret, however, to be
compelled humbly to represent to jour Majesty,
tlial in many parts of the United Kingdom, and
especially in Ireland, the vinous classes of your
Mojertj'e subjecls connected vv ith the cultivation
of the soil, are laboring under tcvere distress,
mainly applicable, in our opinion, to recent leg
islative enactments, aggruiated by the pressure
ol loc 4 taxation.
This amendment was lost in both Houses, by
an overwhelming majority.
Ministers have not yet avowed tho line of pol
icy which they mean to pursue m regard to the
'orth American Colonies but it is prcity well
understood, '.hat should these colonies desire to
heco-iie- either independent Slates, or to annex
theinsehes lo tlie United States of America, no
opposition will be ottered by Gical Urilaui to
their so doing.
I his feeling is grounded upon the fact that
these colonies were self-supporting ones.
A Irightfu! accident took piece at Chatham,
(England) on the ) Ith January, len a yuung
yirl named Ellen Urilit was killed by a liger,
belonging io llie Menagerie of Mr. George
Wombwell. The Jul Wats about 17yt ars of age
and m as commonly known by llio name of the
" Lion Queen." She was lliu daughter of a
bugle-player in WuiubneliV establishment, and
it was her business to go into the dens and pur
form wnh the beasts, which slio had been in the
haoit of dumg sveral times dally lor the last
twelve mo'it'is. On the evening ot the I Ith, the
went into the den in which a lion and tiger were
kept, lor toe pur(ov ot performing as usual ihe
tricks plajeu by In r, b iiy principully wiin the
lorti.er anmi il. S.i-- hd only been in two or
three mimit. s hut hid gone llirough the main
put of tho .erf T.imi.cr, except Ibat ut inak.ng
the lion bit co ii in h particulur pari ol the cage,
when the ugcr being in her u ay, she struck it
slightly wi h d small whip which she carried in
her hand. The beast growled as it in Mirrer,
and crouching close to the ground stretchtd out
its pin- as il at her legs or dress, throwing her
sideways against the cve : the annual then,
springing at ner, neizoJ her firmly by the neck,
Mid lore lur thrift Iri-ltUu.l y wiih Ins laugs.
He then appeared lu change his position, making
a second grij e across llie iluoal ot his victim.
A keeper, w ho was sL.naing on the top of the
den armed wuha win,., imm.diately rushed to
her assislai.ee, but the ;uu.i;al d.d not looso its
hold unul siiutk oer the nose violently wnh nn
iron bar, and wl.ilsi ihe keeper held the animal,
the unfortunate frninie was removed Iro.n the
cage bleeding prufusely, and died soon alter.
Intelligence liom Iieland is still mote heart
rending. Cultivation bje.i.s stagnant, and trade
is more depressed Hun in the first of her suffer
ings. Tne tide ot emigration to the United
States has again set in ; but unfortunately tor the
peoule, tins means is not now x'lt to escape from
local uranuy and destitution.
Fha.cl. On anj since Monday, Paris has
been under a siate of siege, In coii'stquence ol
a series of disturbances ciealed by the mob if
the Rue St. Martin. Faubourg St. Antoiue,when
t'ie Ponce authurmes came to cut low n certain
of the trees of liberty planted during ihe Revo
lution. onrnce AdvicesMrom Athens to the lCUi
and VMi n.clus.te, state that atenous rupture
between tlie Enghth and Greek Govermi.duts
had laken place, and that a total suspension ot
relations between tne two governments had en
sued. It appeiis that seme old claims upon the
Gieek Government remain unsettled, and also in
reference to soma islands belonging to the Ioni
an group, which hai e been usurj ed by the Greek
Government. JJjtes are to tne id Irom Athens
which state tint 4 or 5 wur vessels, belonging
to King (Jtlio, were captured by the English
squadron, and that all Greek meichantmeii were
protiiDiled from leaving or onteting their respec
Rissu. Accounts from the Dardanelles state
that the Circassians have gained great advanta
ges over the Russians on Ihe Ossa, the lltissiaiis
haying bien compelled to retreat wiin great loss.
J until: v. J lie escape ot .Madame Kossuth,
and the fact of her having joined her exiled
hutband, is confirmed. Tne extradition question
is nearly settled upon the hasis ot previous ad
Vr. Clay in MarylaniL Resolution'' have
been introduced into tho Legislature of Marv
land, approving the resolutions of Air. Clay, and
inculCEting that t-piru of harmony, compromise
and conciliation, which controlled the conven
tion that framed the Constitution of the United
States, and under the influence of which the
Union has been preserved and will be maintain
The Disunion Contention. It is said that not
a single delegate will go from Kentucky to the
JNashville Uisumon lyOiivcniion. llie Plulade
phia North American says, "It is also hinted
in some quarters that it is not improbable the
citizens ot XSashvillc will not permit the Cun
vention to be organized, but will give the mem
bers an unmistakable hint to hold their Conven
tion somewhere else."
Jl'lih' Rule in Ohio. It is stated by the Cler
mont (Uhioj Courier, that since the Whigs havo
Dad the rule in the Estate its debt lias been re
duced one million of dollars. A pretty substan
tial evidence ot a wise and economical adminis
tration. Iltvolutionary Dell of Terns. The ostensible
debt, including interest, is SI 1,055,(3)4 71 ; and
tne par value o! the same tO.OUU.Uyo.
There are one hundrcdand eighty churches in
the city ot Philadelphia. Twenty-three years
since it oniy contained eignty.
Southern Sentiment. The National Intelli
gencer has lately published six or seven columns
ot extracts trom the southern press, all denoun
cing the uiovcincnts of the Congressional duun
iunists. E (C? Tho Locofocos of Connecticut havo re
nominated Col. Thomas II. Seymour as their
candidate for Governor. A Wilinol Proviso res
olution teas laid on the talle by a vote of 157 to
57! and subsequently all resolutions concerning
Elavcry were indefinitely postponed by an almost
unanimous vote. The Uoston Post remarks ihal
" Connecticut Democrats are now placed fairly
on a national platform J1 It will be remembered
that only as long ago as last spring tho Democ
racy of Connecticut became so completely enam
ored of Free soil that they formed a coalition
(on "principle r) with the abolitionists, and suc
cee ed in " whipping the whigs !" Comment is
FouElmia Ejtirelt New, And worthy ths attention
of wry Ilotise Keerer, esneciallj Kirner. tf Ilotuls.
Boarding-Houses, A.C A n.w Tatent Elastic Bottom
for Eeao'steads, invlesd of the old way of us.rf the cord,
s.ry simple an 1 v-ery stron. Tho natnre of the invention
consists in furnishing a substantial bottom to bedsteads,
whirh shall be elastic and have all the advantage! of n slat
head'tead, white a, the fame time it serves to necure tlie
poila and tail comjtactly together, if need he wilhoat otlier
aid. Ilue is rtiperccdinalrDoit ezcluvively that of the
cord itead in all placet where it baa been introduced, be
cause f its ftrcagth and eimnficity, and because it mar be
turniabed at the aame price of other ateaJv, including the
cord. They may be examined at all limei at the Furniture
floomf ttf Abbnl & Kmery, Montrn-lier, Vl
N. D. Itickety old lied-tea-ts may bo new bottomed and
made e good, or as strong as new, for a small consideration.
T!i; Dccj, E.iisky, Hollow Cougli
Of the victim ef Consumption, is one of Ibe inojtatwlul
sounds tb it ever lei I upun the human car. Curo this Cough
at once or dclsy ni-ty be fatal. The grratest remfdy Dow
known for such complsmts, is the Hungarian Balsam .if Life,
dispovered by Ruchan of lindon, England, nnd recently in
troduced into this country under tbe immediate suicrin!en
denceof the inventor.
This unnvalied specific will not oily relieve, but speedi
Iv and etlectuailv care, when all other means have fjl leil.
MaV.enoexperiu.ents whatever upon tbe delicate li'sue of
the lungs, bu" s ek Bt once this infillib'e remedy, and )ou
are safe. Under its benign nnd sanative influi n--e, toe m.Ht
ob.tinate and dangerous ctigh is speedily removed, rpit
ting of bio d, so aldrtiiing, is euliicly prevonled; night
sweats which nullify the restoring p'ower of steep, ate
checked ; lull inimatton is reduced ; pstn and orencs in tho
si'leere tell oomoro tho breathingis rendered ft-ftand ea
sy, nnd the tinfoTtutiato sutrerer is soon restored from the
awful condition ef the Coatumptlte to a healthy and com
IIAVIU I llKADLEnt SON', 130 '.Vjhin-ton street,
Itonto.:, soie Agents for the United states, and llrtttsb Trov
inces. Aincrictu piiec, one Dollar pel bottle.
AOr.NTS j!onte!ier, Salvin 1C Collins: dire, A. F.
Thomas: athtnglon, Thuther Aillnwles: Chvlsea, I.
U. llacon: Cotiath, J. Cook: 11. Cortntn, rv. Illjke :
.Vewbury, T fli II. Kcyes: Bradford. G. &. fl. Trichard :
Morthfit-ld, 11.11. Camp, and by dealers in medicine gener
attls thlougliout New clogland.
Beware of Iiiiposition !
The greater tbe value ofany new discovery, the higher
is held in the estimation of the nubile. and somuch in
roportion is the public liable to be imposed upon by the
.uiiu.i. luiuaiiuiii ui ignorant, nes igtt ing ami oisit onest
ten, who, like the droae in the hive, lave neither tho
tuiuty nor inclinationto Hunk or provide fot themselves,
-ut thrive and luxuriate upon the earnings ol thedescrv
as. ihe extraordinary success attending tin use of llr.
Vistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry tit diseases of the lunis,
.im mo many singular cures u nas atlectett, nave ttattiral
yattracted tbe attention of many physic.ans, us wll as
te wIim1o fraternity of quacks nnd caused unprircipled
unterfeiters and imitators lo palm otTspurious mixtures,
f similar name nnd appearance of Ihe genuine Balsam.
oine arecaiico -c-yrup oi vv lid Uherrv and I ar, 1 t her
rfytup," "l-otnjiound b)iup ol Wild Cherr." "Wild
Jbcrry and Comfrey," and sundry other Compounds : to
which they attach a long string of "purTi.' Itutofsui-h
nostrun.s wo know uothtng. It is lVistars Balfamol
Vld Cherry nl.nc that perlurms tlie cures. Let them not
ueceive von. l tie genuine signed -l. Uu!ts.T
Scth U . Kuwte. llru-nst. 13J VVashlllirtun slrsef. Ilnitnn
VI a is., i s the sole proprietor of the original leeeipt for the
lanulactuleof the genuine medicine, and supplies holbat
holesale and retail, and of w horn agencies can be ohtaio-
DR. WISTAR'3 BAIJ3AM Or WILD CHERRY.
It was knoun tnsny vears axo tliat tl.e Wild C'h. rry Tree
f this cltiuate possessed raluthle mtslicinsl prooetties, rn
d, the fact was known to the aborigines ; nnd a decoction
in? leaves or usra ol ruts tree 11 is ever been regarded by
n I'lijan ijns n one oi ui uio-ieeciuai teineotes in mtny
seases. This fact, several years since, arrested tlie atteu
in of fit. Wistar. a tushtv resnectnblo nracttltoner of Vir-
nia. He investigated with care the h' atmg prop-rties of
io vvti.1 t-ne.ry icifd its cupels wlietl aniiiinilercl alone.
td when in ronniin-itiu w ttli other reinedtsi agents. lie
una ttiat its natural virtues might bo greatly unpioved, nnd
comhintog it with ingredients wboo propeitics were
ell proved and gi-netally lecogoized, a medicine was pro
iced wliith constituted a remedy of great value in pulmona
airectiomt and diseases of the chet and thro tt dt-easrs
hich aro proverbially prevalent in our cities nnd latgo Inwos
d often prove talal, saelliog tbe bills t f luortal tv to a much
ester extent than is the ease with most others, ue had at
ost said all i ther classes of diseases.
EXAMINE CLOSELY BEFORE rUCCff I.J.
Tbe genuine Balsam is ftot up in bottles, Willi the word,
or. vv tslar's llalsam of Wild Cherry, I'hils." blown In Ihe
lass each bottle bearing a Ijbel on llie front, wnh the sig-
tureol 11. WIsTAK, Jl. II.
This w ill he enveloped here-tfter w itli a vvrappi r cvpy i i-ht
cured W44, on which will always oppoar lle wiiiten si'iia
ue of I. lit' !"!.' Any one counterfeiting the label or
rspjier, or fnrgtiic tlie atEi.ature ol the (General Ageot, will
punlsliea with the utmost rigor of tbe law.
Itemei,!. r, the original mil only g.-umoe Wistar's nal
nuifU Ho t'b rr slatis bears the written siinature of I
CITS on the wr pper.
N'one genui ii" unless eizned l. BUTTS.
Foisaie b KKIIFI ELI) St UK A NNIS, ilonlprlier, S. K.
.I'ms, do j Kieiichii Wtilker, llarre; E. E f C. r'reocb.
tinneiu; inmuirnc nobles, v aslunglun ; llickma-iuan..
lost AsJoiiSshiisu C:nc o;j Ili-cord.
Tbfoll,tv hi- i. it.T deivii? ei-pecial attfntiMt, n
u dm VIUTL'E i;-' liil. CiKdlfcllT'd SVUU1 OF
It is toni tilt- ui-11 known and seatlemitily CoaJuctor of
tb (."uncord K.vilrod, Ia. V. Wiilit, 1 q.
Sach teonnony it the uiMt cuavtaciu, and inurh id be
relied opep ;
B-toB, Tcb.S9, 143.
Edward fir i cloy & Co.
Ceatlctneu In iuy Ut, ISIS, I was rtMtrated fnr
tciI wfiak-witb an loQ .nunalurjr Drain hflvrr, wbich
flmc ia a mt wrak and foeblo stale A friend adnied
to tiy a bottle of Cornell' Coacntrited il,ler iirsa
nil, wh.rb I did w itb the bappiMt result. Ilefore I hid
miideted tho first baitte I w conscious of a !mdediai
ttu eio nt, l-oib in Hffoth nnd io .aygnmial Iieallb. I
a.o )iDreuscd several KMitiooal boiilft, until uiy hraMt
i bt,er, aod oiy coutitution apparently ttron-tr tbo it
h been for yeurs
To tliose pim.Urlf nffiirted as uufclf, and indeed to at!
trt'ti'ded with roottituitona! f-bihiy, a of Appetite,
Imore UUtHtvd, whether prolucfd by acJu tl tekneoii in cth
c twine. I can c!i-r&iJiy ricnannend the lbakerSrspan1
la, at in mv cpimoii, it is tbe raost effective and heulib
re t onos Mtdiciue knuwo.
I." T. XVRIOIIT,
(?4nductor of tb 'uncord Kntlroad.
fM!dby KDWARI IIULNLEY AMI CO Oro-:uts, Xo
aod 4 Soutli aide Kaai utl IIjII. Ih-fclon. Sole rrtiutit'ior".
ul their General appointed a4init in tbe United stales and
Fur ale by lied fi' I J &. Granntf, and by S K. C'dim,
unliclir-r; Frenrh Walker, Hair'; E. C C. Fr uch,
aii.li ld ; Tburber i- IV le-, AVjsf.inloii ; D.ckiiisou jud
itslee. Cbcl'Osi ; ulho by a?- ills jenTitlU.
Mil. AMES'S JJASi:.
V 3I:ir.iUnil in tin littlon l.ucoiwo
MKSSRS. nnPDlNG C., ottate .-treel: tlemle
neo, It rs now more tb-n lourttn moii.lis r-mee I
immpnct'l pittin'; blod and ruing li.ioJy matter, n-cm-tuied
with dtvreiiljls couli and puui in my id. .f
r euiolivni doeiorii of jfol Htandmr. mtbuta avail. 1 uj
rfluced to try lr. SCIIE.VCK'S rUi.Mli.MC tfViIUF, cf
4l.icit i toot ii ui.ttiy as iitill a iiiiZrn Dottle, wnicli l
Mjuht at your office in r late street, and foiin 1 il benefitted
iti9 gceatty. Two mntht fince, boweier, I cjujbt a revere
cold, and the j nilo.n- abuie decn'ttd re-appeared w itli
more e.-rtty. i.-isouio li that I nnn 1 irerd to give ny
buine ulitijeihar. J'1im tune the doctors tbougbl nmtn u
very serioui Case; my friend coniderri me tutxtirmc
djugcf , tutd tlifj revvtuiiiieisdod a journey South. IldpiioitMi
in (.wiiVvTsaiion nub juur booa-kt-epur, lo mentiun thu cn
cliit4r.re, he ffuct-d lo inn to-o on t Pltiljrfeljdii mod
ere I ir r-cl.encV, which I did,ar.d was fortuntc en ujb to
iufiest lite dot fir in my rate. He laid out I opes ot rpTily
cure. Ilaioik" inn lol.l bonne, wlitr be aTe nio a tiutuler
of bottles ol tins Syriiit, until a gatlierm epj-eurcd on toy
fide, vhicb riM'nedaii'i diclurel a C'ent qmuMl tf mat
ter From tli:t' uioiRfii 1 gained rapi-Jly. 1 hate returned
to Uototi, wberr 1 pua io yuu ibis taninfui ,r.u meed o
tbe bent fit of tbis sreat ntedirine, whicii under God'n I'rort
dence, limt resiured me to lieattli again. For Dr. Kclttuck'.
bottpiility itud unremittiti kindness to mc, I can erhap
mnkn no better rnuro tbein thit ttemnt. If jou'pubfitb
tlui it inaji ruetvl tbe eye cf nome nther, who like me, bate
siittered all but death fr"ia coiutnuptioii. or diieut-e ia ibe
nhipe I bjve dencriud, may be n,dun-d to ttiail IheniBcHcs
of tbe virtuu and realize the full beuetit, as I ba.e-
J. II, AM US.
UV, llie iiiMlfiivigned, nre ocquairted with Mr. AniestanJ
know On statement to be true, and tbe fi-nature uuuine.
BooL-kecpcrof the Uoston Iocumoiite Works.
Macliinmt at the I.oston ijocomolitn Woiks.
C. J. KHIVA II IH.
Machinist at the Huston Locomottve W'otks.
Letter from a lioion Clerysnnn.
liOTON, November 1. It4d
Atesnrs. ItcDOito & Co.: Uenllemen, Hain had occa
sion to njteak in public nearly every nigbi, fur scttrul ucki
pasl, f om'imes it. the open uir.) and havin; ut-d jout
tSchenrk I'uliisoitic Syrup, I cannot deny niyse.f tho pleas
ure of tenJerin to you this lolunlnry tribute to tbe woilh
of lint article. I have now TUOVEIi IT in vjnout ways,
and I feel entire confidence in recoiuixcnding it to puulic
penkers, nnd hII persons afSicted Hitb coughs, culd,
bostrseuei, and riilUculties of that description.
Yuu are nt liberty to use ibis uiifoltcited outemenl in any
way that will iclioe tbe buffvriiu of hum a nil v.
Truly yours, ClIALEtf . HEAI.ON.
Editor "Abieucua Eale,1
JTbe proprietor respectfully otTtrs his ori;imI Pulmo
nic r-ytup tn the publtc as a cure tor Cou-li, Colds, Con
sumplion, IHbpepsu, Liver Complaint, Palpttalion of tbe
Heart and Scrolula. It has been before the public upwards
of twelve years, during which time caicely an individual
has used it without liadin- relief. It hat succeeded io cas
es whcie all oilier remedies bad failed, and the proprietor
conscientiously oelieves, from its gtal surces, that il is
tbe ust remedy lor tbese diseases ever discovered. Ha
in j dotrd the whole of his attention lor the last sixteen
years, to tbe treatmeo: of Consumption, I.tver Complaiat,
Ufspepsia, and all ducjfes of the Luns and He pi lory or
cans, be points to bis great succets, as a sufficient guaran
tee io mc jjuoiic ui mi Btviu una nDiiiiy. jitj ueaies Inst the
disease is incurable, and Sduccs the foregoing testimony in
proof of his position. His unprecedented cures are based
solely upon tbe merits of his I'Uf.MO.N'IC fciYItUP, and a
oidathe ute of Opium and other narcotics, which are only
administered to rclitee, but neter to care the patient.
Price SI per bottle, or 6 hollies fur $5. bold wholesale
and retail by
m:il)lXG & CO. RookscIIcrs,
M). 8 STATE tiTKEET,
tlenera! Agents fur .New England.
2CTA1s3 aoIJ byTown 4t Hall, Mootoelier; SjuioelNich
ol, llellows Falls; J. A. Sawyer &. Co , Greeoshoroush ;
Coo-iell&t; Uould, East St. Jobnsbury ; Hicks At. Co., East
CaUis; John A. ri. White, IVoithfield Center.
Duct, Scbenck's pamphlet on the nature of Consumption
and its cure, with ceitincates. can be had rratis, as above.
Boston, lec.ltt49. 52
Cambridge Cattle Jtlarkct, Fcl. 20.
Eejtortetl forthe Dotoa Daily Adveiliser.
At Markrt 3S1 Cattle, about !!M Beeves, and 1C0 Stores,
consisting of Working Oien. Cows aod Calves, Vearliu-M,
To Vears Old nod 1 dice Years Old.
fri-.u. Iliiktl Ifcef EiUj 55,75 per cut. lit quililr
l$5.S5;2ad quality 1,75, 3d qatlitT $4, ordinary $3 a $30.
I lnri-Working O;S60, 7S,'m SO.
Cows and Culvea $2l, i2S, a 3?.
ieariinsf gaj.i i-z.
Two Years Old, 10, IS a SO. Ooo calf sold (or $20.
Three Years Old, $15. 10 a 52
Sheep knd Lambs, 1137 at Market.
PmcEs Extra 83,4,871-2x86. By Lot 81 25 1,60.
llemarks The Market is hard prices have deelinedaod
but few sales have been efected.
33 Cars came over the Fitchliirh Railioad. and 26 over
the lloston and.Lown.l Railroad, loaded with Cattle, and
Number from each State
Eheep and Lambs. Swim
N'cw Hampshire, 151
Domestic Wool Market.
New Vork, Feb. 22, lS."a
Thfc iMarlsft hm lefn Utpt for Ihe rek t-ow closing.
x-4-Tcrai nmnniaciuroM ana acnier ir-m i iiiiducipina snu
(lie eztl liav hren in town makm; enquiries, but Ihrirpof
ctiaf- hits been triflin. Tl.o rtcoipu nre ligLt as is u.ual
t tlii cain. Ilotfjcr are wilHnr rilri at ruirent uli.
tlicr is no disposition t lioM for Ingliei but they are
mm. i lie s.ock is principal!? ot ln It.gbtr -indf olllit
mid(lltnr nnJ lower prjdcn hfre is trotrelr anv in mar bet
lire sales all iti small nnd inuclfrale lots cotbiirine abou1
O),i0 lbs. Domrstic. at3'i a 42c . mit to ro to Vlii nilel
phi.i ; mi! 5,000 lb. soU to nrii-e from il.e UVt, t 3Sc
io,u'ij io. ino. it nlern ru"fl, nt a ZSc. lb. fto.
i( ii.mois puiied nijic ; o.WJJ io l Country nallr-U. at Jlc;
I0,U.)0 lb. epper Country DullfiL nt 3 1 a 2c. A lot 1 esira
and su?r tlo. soM ut II? ai.d 39c. rc'occiiteK. 1 here is no
new 1 cm ure lathe mmbtl.
o quote :
nxonjr Fleece, extra f.no( 42 a 43
full WoikI mixed, 33 a 4l
14! and 3-4 blood do, " 3t a 33
Cunioion and nutnr blood, 33 a 35
A. 1 Wool, City Fulled. M a 32 1 2
Do. Counlrt da. 00 u 34
tun Tolled Wnol. 0J a 371-12
I orei;n uoolcns Kuiurted fjr tbe week, $3I9,f!07.
S , Y. lieportcr.
Fob nit week edi5Q FatDtT Fib. C2, 1850.
Hemlork sole leather has advanced full l-4c sine
leport of Ut week. The tnttket Is bu'. poo'ly supp'iod n
relition to tho active and iieifain; demand, i.ifltt nd
midJIrvrcijUi are vt-ry scaire and mueh inquired after.
Sale to arrive arc inakiuj. The stock is verv low, some
dealer bni wholly exhausted ot stuck, and the receipt1
are rar below the demand
1 he create r facility loi freight this winter over preeedin;
winter has cieated an uettve winter demand, which we
henceforward regard as iegu.at, and winter will never be
again in New-York tlul devid cason for trading pur;oscs
winch it ua nitnerto tcrn. ihr extension ! railroads i
tendtuto spread the trade more tonally over the twelve
months of the jear.
We quote for Iiem'ock soIt
Huenos Avrrs and
liio (.riiiui Hi.le. Olhr bide.
Lijht weights, 17 a 17 12 If. I 2 a P
Middle d.. Iff I 2 a lf3 4 15 1-2 a 16
lletvy do. II 1 2 u 15 13 1 3 a 1 1 1 2
Roo dJina-ed, 11 a 15 13 1-2 a 1 I 2
I'oor do. 11 a lu u
X. Y. Ileportrr
Ii. Sew Orleans, Januirv 23, of choler-i, .Mr. Eralu
ronr, merchant of CiBCiniuli, Ohio, and formerly of Dn-
iilie. aetl zj.
In i-bipioi., C Ii., Mr. Marsh Martin, formerly of Peach -
am, aged 1 1-
lu IVrti Clnr!eU)n, Fe'i. 10, Ir. A. T. 'Jihnit aged
At North Hauviile, Fthrmry 8, llenrmtti I', duv-hter of
.vioe anil LAfla c!cvin( aged -U
At Ann Arbor, Miehigtn, ianu.ry 3, Mr. F.hzaleili
Wilhuni, aged 45, wife of Prof. Ueurre 1'. Withaoi. Mrs.
W. ot. eldest djubler to tlm Lite lien. Joseph Edon ol
In Ku'UuJ, Fc'. Hili, Willnin Pge .Eij aged 7J
At Woifh'Pgto,, Ohio, February llih, Joseph Win, Esq.
ged 7fi, fornwily of Monipelier.
POSITIVELY closing Business!!
Selling Goods at Cost & Less !
I Wilt nokimely ell ctrrv artirle of Mrrbandt- ihxt I
' h ive now no bund, a cl and lex, within six wet,k
pioTided ity fin tv fuel tinnnttes' to sie re a rail.
5CT-II unsettled dKCuuda due iiviitt be pairf foithwith.
JOH II. LX.NttbUtf.
Feb 26, IS51. C3
STATE OF VnitMOXT.J The Prnbaio Court for the
Randolph Hi-rirt.ss ( Ihsirut -f llamfn'nh
To all persona inttretbd iu ihe e-tale c f Joteph Fooler,
'ate of ronbtidge, in iaid district, deceased, iotetnte,
rEF.UU It. FOTElf, A.ln.inf.'rutur of s-iJ Elaie:
rejtroi-enls u mul Ci'if, (liy hM ji"tititn in wriiin,)
ih'il the iKil'l Joseph Foler. d- cen d, d "d siezed in fi e ot
certain real -stale; tht he l-o left ceitmn pejun il estate:
al-o that naid estate w a uwned by huo jointly m itb others :
and that it will be beueftri-.l lo tbe 1 nir)Knl ihove interest'
ed in tatd estate, Wiuih sjiJ estate is ii s.tii4t d at- not
ai m it of a convenient imi'i; ion a;.d i'itribntion aiming n
heirs, that ihe wlmle of find estate, personal uJ rout.
sboul I bo sold, although tli vnnie m ly ut bt i.ccenf try to
pay debts and charges ot auminisranon. ami m-it tne pro
ceeds of :he s ln ho decreed aiil tssigmd as tbe law diteeis;
and said administrator h ma lo a,i,'lietin to said Court
fur (irmjse te fell and ronvey aJ etate areorUiui;ljf.
Said aottl cation w.ll be heard b said Coutl at the Fro
hai n OfKeo in W Ktvbisiafun. ta lUnrt. nn tha stilt
Tuasdtv. in Msreh next.
You aro therefore, hereby nttified to appear hefore said
Court at ihe time and p'ace afutesaid, aud object, if jou see
Cause, to lie gratttl" of saiJ license.
likt.-d at i untridge, in said 1'utnct, ibis J'J :i nay oi r cd
ruary, A. U. lw.
Ut J. il u 1 -iit. i". , l.f'jj.i'ier.
FOR TiiK GOOD OF Till:
mnr. ATOUXDIM3 IlEVKEVfiOVS thith.ve len
a. made durititlio past yejr ot llie cincacy an.i woituoriui
U'Uie (;lK.lVXSTMi:i)lClXt:o the.
BrA.N'lo.-.-ri KSI T.U.N.M. UKJIKIIV,
His astnnihod ibe World in thu rute of nuafrnui and ranti
distresfin cae, thai lure u 1Kb rKill oi , i-ur n.ot
UlSTl.GUI.SIIi:i) rilllCl ami when tl.ev
HAVE GIVEN UP
Their pUiern a. iui the help ol mm, HUNT? LINI
MENT hat. been pplo d, and 'b- sullcrer who has be-cn giv
n u.ntodie, h be n featured to
ANOiHEit uit.M)..urub clue ir i;hi:ii.iaiis.m
OF I.rFF. YF.US bTAN'l I Ml.
For II tear, 1 bare lieon slHiCfd with iht I!heumitim
in mv Hip &tu Knee i wris oau mai i ecui.j nn rnise my
left foot mof tb in three inches Irom the iIor ami hae been
thu dualled lot hvq vnrs pist. On ihe 2tiUi dtr f le
ctm'er lst3, I mtde Ihe lirnl application of Hunt Lini
ment, and nMer using it us the oirecie-u ito'eo, in ll-iee
diva I nn enabled lo llv w lib eje uii lu go up and down
stairs wen a e.er i utu in my ins.
Exet"i, N. II. Jllll.N c t-I.UK:.
1 ceruly lo the truth id the a!ove statrm- it,
Geo. E. Ptatitnu Aa- Co.
Ontlii25'hut lieceinr spriined inr ane'e so thnt I
could not walk, aud I was in treat fain. Your agent mil ai
.Mr Porter' Store and seeing I wis l-ime gave me a botiloof
Hunt Liniment. I used It a-corJing to direction end the
next d-t) wn entirely well. 1 beliam it to be a mu-t vIua
bb Lnum.nl. CIL.KLI.J? L.Nl
Ei tt r, N. IL , Januiry 1st, IdO.
A i-jfc Saved.
Most tcnvderjul cure of n mmnighhj years of tte
lu the month f November, Id II, I whs attacked w nh an
in II imtn itto.i in my great toe, which ioo broko out in a
running ro. Mott hcation ened, and the fitsl joint of
my t'tTcimeoH. At thu time I wi uudT tbe rare uflhr
hel pbjsicidn in Ihe county oery remtdy hud been incd
tut w ltb.iut any help. The aony of pain I t ndur d no one
can imngioe, tli- disease r.ir up niy leg to my tbfh, and bad
berome o hail that my phystemn desuired f cier being
able lo rure me, and alter f.-ur mont 's conSnment to my
bed, fiiial.y told me 1 must piepire to dit lb .t as toon as
watm weather set in rn l-gwi-old mortify and death enu.
One ol my friends btougtit me a bottle oi HUNTS I.LM
ME.N'T, which he slid wou'd teliete the pain. I applied it,
and the eff- ct was wonderfu ; it seemed as if new life was j
put in me. In uing one bottle, Ins whole appearance of
lc? ehnred to its natural color, the pain Ml mc, and two I
5-J cent bottles entirely cured me, to the astoiihment (
niyseltanu the wnoie neigiiiioinoou. iiuni-s i.iui neni uv-
td my life. I ain eighty years of age, and make this pubt.c
that eveiy numaii ocing may m.ow um tjiui oi inis gren
medicine. ACAUL'd LlHUP.
We tbe underngned certify tint we know Mr. Hishop
hare w i lac-tied hissulferingi, uud that his stalem(nt is true.
E W. KENT,
1). II. a Ml IN.
Wallirigford, Vl. Sept. 13, 1C3S.
Hxtruordinnry case of flip and Fpinat disease,
Somern, Westchester Co , N'. . Aug. 27, I31i.
Cent It is with sii cere ideasure that I nuke known to
vou ihe treat beneCt 1 hnvc deri.ed from tbe uo of
lluatn I.it.itient. About six vears ago I was iniuicil by a
brjri in the HIP and SPIN E tn badly that 1 could uot move
without tho aid ot dutches.
I ;rew ?raduallv wore fot four years, although under
the care of two successful physicians who Until ly gate up
mv case as hopeless. M hiii gathered and broke and con
tinued a running sore ; and I wui Bulletin wnh such se-
tetepain that 1 could not rest ur sleep. At this stage of
th disease I commenced uiin Hunt's Ltmment,'which at
once gun me relief I uaed about twenty bottles, du ittg
the pit yet j the core entirely healed, 1 am fn e from pain,
and ou.y use a cane in walking. 1 think the use of j our
iwnimeiit fctticu my me, ana tus maue me com.taiuineiy a
w tell man. My whole neighborhood can testify at to my
sufferings and the cure.
You:s truly, BARNABAS PEA DEE.
Euusbiirgh Falls, t. March 13, IbAi.
Sir The demand for your Limnum Las increased rapidly
of late ; it has been used with great ucies in spinal com
plaints. A neighbor -of mina was completely disenabled
irom jfains in tbe back, and I ha use of one large buttle ol
Hunt's Liniment completely cured him, and he is now in
usual healih. Tins is ot lr one of many cases that have been
cured in this neighboihood. Yours, Sec
N S UOKIN.
So. Pom fret Vermont, March IU, 149.
Dear Sir The p regrets made in tbe sale of Hunt's Lini
ment, ia great. I can truly say that no medicine tas so
good an effect. AH that your ageut sent me went like hot
Cakes. Send me auolherlol as soon as possible its praises
are in every body's mouth.
Yours Ha spec! folly,
SAMUEL S. MURDOCH.
Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. 1Mb.
Dear Sir, P-eaie snd me ajout tbe quantity ul a gallon
of Hunt's Liniment praps ted by you. I have had iea0u to
lest its qualities in case of bpiaal Affection aod much re
lief has beea obtained fiom tho application to ihe parts af
fected. I consider it a very valaable article for the purposes rec
ommeuded. JOHN W.FOWLEIL
Of the late rm cf Hoadlr, Thelps Sl Co.
Tbis celebrated Medicine ! for sale by every respectable
Drog'ist and Alerchaut throughout the couutrr, utSSand
50 cents per bottle, ad in this place
torsaiebye. k. coum. Kedoem & uraaau, and Silas
BurlunkwhoIeiAla sgeuta. GSJlm
VOLUNTEERS to Flattsbtircri l)elon;i,,s to DtookflslJ
Cotnpanv, are requested to meet at A. & O. Edson's
Tavern, in BrookSeld, on tb. 15th day of March A. I). 1850.
at ten o'clock in the forenoon for ttieporpose of preparing
buu iuiuiiuid; fiuiu VI llirir srrvicrs.
fKEOKRICK CllISWOLD,) Stirvivin- a,fH
AM ASA ;DSO, Jeers ofsotd
Jl.m. IIAMIII.I.V, )Companv.
Urookfield, Fob. E3J, 1830. CI
rjlIKFUANTto the notice given by the Secretary of State,
nv n-reny nomy aca warn an tne suivmrig meiuliArs ol
Kox-Hiry company, who tnluuic'red Tor 1'laitsburgb, Oclo
er I3lh, 16U,to meet at the Inn of Johi. M. Snaldin-. Jr.
W est Koxhury, on Wednesday, the Gih day of March next,
at ten o'clock A. SI. for the puij-ose of substantiating claimi
for services and money expended during said term of scr-
Heiiaof deceased rolnn leers will he rcnuircd to eih-btt
evidence of lervtce and money expended during said term of
Thfl Secretary of State Is expected to be preient.
S. M. OKCUTT,Capt. i Survivingoflicers
BILTE WOODWAKII, Enf. ofsaid Com.
Ttoxlmry, Feb. 2?, 1650. (3
VOl.U.NTpnKS 10 riaPsl.ntsk, bo'onsin-tolhe Rsndolfh
v and Uraititreo Companies, ate requested to meet at tftn
Hotel tn West Randolph, on tlie 27th dav of Feluunrr, 18.il),
si nine chick in tne torenoon, Inr ll'e purpose t-I prepalln,
and furnisliin; proofs ol tlioir service.
Tho Iftcretarv ofStito isexriucted to lie orescnt.
MARTIN' I'l.lNT. ( Surstvio;ollicers or
JACOB X.sl'AKIMI,! Randolph Compsnr.
ARTI1MAS CLVIIJ1A.V, (iiurviting officers
RUKUS llUTClll.N'SO.S, I of llr-vintrco Co
pURHlMsNT to tin not ire given by the decretory cf State,
no hereby notify and warn all the surviving membeis of
taniuiu, numuiy ana iorih(ie:o, who volunteered on
Sunday ii.ormngforTatlt of Plattsburgh Fept. Ittt., 1814,
of w Inch Cottipmv MattMfl ?, Jones ot Wnitifield was ap
piinlL-l Captain, Nathaniel Bichardun of NotthfieU, Lieu
tenant. and isiac t'maltey wt l.itury, Cnatga, Who proceed
ed lo Uarliiigton, drew their arms rations, Hntd ut the
College oer i ight for want of a eonvc)once actus s the
Lke, to meet atWaiufichl Village, on Tuesday, the tith day
o; Marrh next nt 1(1 o'clock A. M., lor .the purpose tf sut.
atantiating claims for serwee and m. ncy epi ended during
said time of service.
Hfiisof deceased volunteer will he rer)urid to exhiVit
saiif(ctory evidence tf xrvicn nmferid, and monies 1 1
j ended, to entitle i hem to reward
All prisons iiiieietvieil will lake due oolite and govern
MAT'iHIA?! JONES, Capt. ) Survivingotficers
NATII'L KtCII i:i)-:ON,Licut. ( cfsaid Company.
Waiisfield, February 18, 1850.
T H. rLCKM.NwiII deliier a Lecture al the Temper
t' a nee Hall, ou Friday eenii, ihe Lt March at 7 13
IITJir .Vsaoii ot M it rent ion-,
JyPrico t udmitsion 12 1 - ct nt..
THE SPKiNG STYLE!
FOB 1S50 :
I U.T received by IV. T. III.'RMIAM. Krltisa
liful stvle perl- ct lu all us pioporuons.
February lOtli, IfiX
Cl Bspot Store up Town
7I1C!!1? cm ho Ti-uiid to aasuer any calls :
V IllOi Ri.s S .T,
5-W lings Fine du.
15 Hues run cco,
211 Cke.ts TUA,
10 ll-ijs UiHTKI'.,
911 T..iis Pf.ATHR,
S Toia MA ll.".
5 (10 lbs. Ctlll FISH,
?And in fi'ie, the iieeessari.s ol life at Ure.
aVs-ssrs f.tSU tl.,,! V.-Vi: fltlCtionty
Depot Store up To'vm.
fclOllU!- 4t I.AM1DO.V.
I'sbiniij !S, I3.A t.l
reived tde oast
ter liberal ialrna-e ( have re--.r.
and ihe ADUNIUNT success
that has attended uur efforts tn cstabt.sti a pener.il
FUILXISH INC. WAR I5-IIOUSE,
on tho tiue ph iloophv of doing bunnta, m
Liir'o .assies V ?;n;33J S"rofi!s,
ABBOTT & EMORY,
e ope oi ug with tit NEW YF.AU, a it ore complete i
rxiT.NtfiVK srocic OF
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
than can b foun 1 in the 11 j le, and at greatly
REDUCED PiilCES !
i:ki -i i: ns,
i. KiKi.Ni: c:i.A.sns,
WORK T Mll.llt',
l.llill r bTANDJ,
CHAIRS of every variety,
c.itz3'i;-Ti.v: .f.T tzras,
Paper llntiltisT. j Ilurtteris.
.MITTS, VWI.LUIV IIA.-KI.T.-at. WAIJOO.VS,
1'eatlier tlitstois. floor .t Ha d llruslic", ic.
Wo StnleSlceet, Mvntpelia, l't.
Mor.tp:t r, I'eb. Ill, 1-5J COtlv
To the Protective Union stores.
"V'llU 9an huy a letter TEA an.l at less price at the Ieo
- pie's More tban in lloston.
rilllK TH tll'.rOT, opposite Htich riiorrli.
Moulpeltei. Vt. IIARVbV KIXO.
GOfrHiS AT COST !
rivIIIlEXCITn.MKNT is GREAT, hu se will endeavor
-a to ivsit UiNin all. It Is a tare chance!
Teh. 19, lr5J. K
DON 'TFORG ET
Badger. Keith & Barker
are in tjwn ard
POSTED UP on all Descriptions
which will rMKitivrlr be .old at lb luwest possible Trices.
AiU.lYALS of .NUW and UES.UAULE UOUIH erer?
ween. ten. ;u, icoo.
"A Penny saved as good as a Penny
7E are prepared to fuiuish all who wish lo purchase any
thin in tho line of
Furnitutet Crockery, Carpeting Looking Glass-
is. leathers, ixc.
at prices which m puioi or purs. mi m this vicm'tr can
cott.pete with. Wo vih to hnve the Fu'die iii-tinctly nn
deitand that we aro bound lo sell any of tin above named
jondn iofer than c in he h.iu;htnt nnv c(hcr es idbtir-h-wtrnt
in tbis viciDitv. iiur tprin; stock ol t uimture nd Urock-
rv ii. now complete, nod all e afk of ruatomer is to ju.t let
us pntve to ttiem thnt our Loods are
Our slock, consists of the lolluwin; articles in patl:
?ofji, Worl Tables, UlalmpariT Chairs:
r.edslendi, l.ibt Ftands, Halck Wal.ut do
Unreau, Wash do. Mahogany ltuckff "
Tables, Cane Seat Chain, Cane teat it U'L
We buy all our Crockery in original Packages, thus getting
it from 10 to 23 per cent cheaper than the merchants teener
ally, nnd ue can sell any article of Crockery cheaper than
can be bought this side of Gontun. We hue now on hand
the folio win; style, viz:
Mtn Uor, Flowing Blue,
Mulberry, Fierstnae China, (white,) alio
Marble, Splendid Oold Band China Ware,
And an endless variety of Common Ware.
Bales of Fine Carptinjs from Boston and New Vork Auc
tio Hi, at icduced prices.
Juitrereived Ihe Largett and Most Splendid lot of Look
in Glasses ever eabibited in JVIontpelicr, and ten per can t
less uian cau oc oouani in Vermont.
A Jirge I nt of selected live Geese Feothers can ba seeu at
our'Fethei lloom," and at piices rftnarkably low.
Also, a lare lot of
DRESS GOODS, TJtlMMlXG GOODS,
Broad Cloths, Cassimeres, listings, (fc
Together with a large quantity of
which we shall sell as low as can be desired.
Suffice it to say, we have a Isr;e and well selected assort
ment of Goods, which we shall SELL, and we respectfully
ask the Purchasing Community to come in and look at our
Goods over, and satisfy themselfea whether or Dot they ate
at we represent them to be.
Remember the large sign !
Furniture, Carpeting and Crockery !!
One Door East Uranch Bridge, State Street.
ELL13, WILDER & CO.
Montpelier, February, lf&O. 62
IROM tbe aubseiiher in Chelsea ontbeSOlbof Jamary
last, an indented boy named JUHnf SPAULDING, alias
JOHN riMlTll. about filleen years of aee, light complexion,
light hair, blue eyes. Allpersous are forbid harboring or
trusting said hoy aa I shall pay no JebU of his coatraetiri
after this dale. JOHN U. grAlLDlNC.
Chelsea, t'e'j. 13, 1SS9. tilsju.
rplin Copartnersliip hcretolore exlatia; between GEO.
1 V. WARREN, J. A. WARRE.V, A. B. WARREN,
DAVID WHITE, JR., W. B. BARKY anil E. CERUY
U.TI-, onJer the sljle or
GKO. W. WARREN & CO.
spired January 2 1st, of its own limitation. The aiTiirs of
iiitiaie win ue seuieu uj mc new iirm, wnowiu cuutiaue
192 Washington SlrceC.
GEO. V. W A Itli EN, JOHN A. WARK ALFRED
B. WAUUEN'ind I)AV1I WHITE. JIL hta farmed
a Copsirtn-rs-iiii uidar the stylo of
GEO. W. AVAItREN&CO.
forthelransaciton ol tho IIRV UOdllri l'.USINESS it nil
its I rancles Imiiorliii?, Jobhin and Retailing ut 1S3
Havin; t.len the su ck of Ibe LADIES' F.XUIIAMIK at
an appiaisctl CASH value, it will he oirreil at verv LOW
nticns. - '
Bv the earlr arrivals we shall reccivo a choice assortment
w mum goods,
and would rcpectfully solicit llm attention of all who hare
heretofore so liberully patronized tl.u Ladies Ei change.
'ihe One Price Only,
which has been carried out at th establishment for SEV
EN EAU, Mitbuul a bi.!"I di vutit-n.uiil be continued.
t2J.v GEO. W. WA It KEN k CO.
CUTLUK & STICKiNEY,
Law CUTLEIt, DAY c CO.
P.n.ints, Oils, iind Vindcir Glass,
DRUGS, MEDICINES II DVE-STUFh'S,
Acs. y.il i- lll State, and ,'o. I India Street,
Opposite the A'ew Custom House,
A. L. CU TLHR. JJilAIi II. STICKNEV.
Have Constantly on hand,
tnil forsal., av
I INDEED, Sl'ERM
Coach & Furniture
I'liilajelphu, Itistou anil
it the lowest Cash or credit
ire respectfully iovilrd to
all lielorc purchasing else
ffhere. F. b la50. K'rfim
--ron sale bt
L03irAIM if ALL,
13 it II Lewis's Wharf, ISom on,
4 LMtliE AU1, MENT of te best oual.ty aud grid j
i o'i-t mil on haml In rvcl from.
For f'rvibe ItlaLtrs, An .mil Tool M.inufieturer, Ma
chine .Simp., Alc ,itc, hirge sizes ol (ho l-t blue ;rits, soft,
sharu hihI ftl n. joi oit fio.ii under the tide water, and well
inade--ihe lH urticl' cvr ued.
Also, coarser and harder (HUTS ft,r grindin te?l, butt
hin?a "Tii ct Stc. Aft.
Alois a hiiu otot-a of small handOrimlittnt-s, f-r Farmers
and l'c ui.ir's u-e ; mid Spindle GiiiMLtuut's, fji Cotton
iMnniifts 'uiers,f f .y sharp, tlose irrit.
Oiiinl'innc, tim-iied, a Lre assortment, ani mtde to or-de-,
ior alo whuitssle ami rttatl, and warranted to give
ssttitf u lion.
Iii-t. J tn. I, lf.V). W:nm
PIIILLll'S.SAMPSOX & COMPANY
NO. 110, WAe'IIINCTON STREET,
MrnLISII and keep const .inly on hand, a full supply cf
- tho fo! So hv;
VALUAIiLK SCHOOL HOOKS.
SWAN!S SCHOOL READERS.
TIIF. rimiABY IfCIIOOL READF.K, PACT I. whch
in tot. i ) fl fur br-inner". Tuce Ji cents.
T1IL I'Kl.MAKV tCIlOOL UCAllCIt, PART II., con
tamin.' Lx icirwi in AiticuLliun, arranged i a counectioa
with i - Keutlinj trfs'4iii. Price 17 cents.
TIIF. PulM.MtV -S. IHIOL KLADLU, PART III. is do
itinfd 'r bc Fn- CI its in Prim iry ?clnols, and fwr the
Luvi 1 I" '0 fi munar Scliotdt. Fricn 17 cn!.
1 III i. II M M K t L'II'HJIj UCADHlt, is desi-aej fr
the ini.iv t'l i- in ,'nitnm.ir irchooli. It coniaitT Fx rcises
in Ait" ul.t'1-i.i, irr tnedincuuneCtiou uith Reading Lesson
'llih INM'Kt'CTIVn RF.MJF.R. The Instructivfl Rea
der, or i t'tnirst i f Reading in Natural llt'torr, cionce,and
Lit i ti'mc, denisntd for the ue of Schools. Price b7 cents.
I'llr. 1'ISIHICI Ht'lKMlI. Ui:I)FR,.ts destined foi
the h b t t'liiims in Pohlic and I'll v me Schools. It con
t.titii I i. rti-rj iu Articol moo. Pauses, Inflections of the
X'virt . da. f. m it h Ut b dules Jed msct lions as arc deemed
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I this ctti t
Co Gnnuioe I!t'idicrk Champagne. The merits alt we of
tint huh- ( ii'ni imported in 1 e!G) have iven it i renutation
utqna ltd U aiy other hr.iud ever r!T red in llus country,
aou ii now in' rs nn annual sie tirec times as large as that
of any o'hrr Chnmp gnr importe.l. Our price will be
.im a ht- if the New York Agents, Messrs Renault! L.
" FOSTER & TAYLOR,
161 Milk Street, BOSTON,
D)"wl annuls for litis HI.
Huston, N.ir. 19 b. !.-;. W:Cra
THE NATIONAL PSALMIST,
ll IAmU 3I.50. 5t J. ti WLUli:
4 NEW t ul'L'ction of Clicrch Music, by tho Authors of
me ii nii-i ana iistan society's collection,"" lios
ton Ac iilc-mv s Collertiou.'' 4Carmma Sacra. &c
As this to the latent, it is lieheved also to be much the
hest vtotk of these poputar euihors. Embracing a sutScicot
number ol tlx 'tiiidnrd Old Tunes, it contains a very large
amount ot.r V MUVIC, furnishd or se'ected expressly
for its jnce by ditmguihed European ant! American con
piters. ity n jtuhr.ou typograpbic.il arrangement, the Pub
lishers are i...h!cd to nreoent a n.uch Urjer amount of mat
ter thai, is nu tl in similar works. The Psalmist' con
tain -r mne m ibo vrioue nietrrs, and 14l .lot hems,
tfel Pieees, t'h mis, ttc ; a much greater "umber of pieces,
it isbelieted, than m tontainrd in nnv other moderu Col lee
tion. . larpe. numWrof VOCAL EXERCISES are added,
,n e pa red w.iligfwo care, with peci.il tefvience to th wints
oi uno.is, f-ctioois, alo. i nese uiii be lounJa very valua
'.'"he Anther- posseted many advantages in the compila
tion of this work hiving been for many years in Ihe cun
stent receipt uftln het sacred Muic published in Germany
.ir Lngltnd, und alio having lecrued fiom dtitinguuhed
Eu-opi-nn as well as Anericaa coaiposen, much original
Muic designed ,xprestIy f.r its mges. Sufficient evidence
ot the merits or the ,,rsalmit" i found in the wide dodo
Lnlyand vtry extentve sale it ha already Mai tied since
its tcry rec.-r.t puldicaiion. The ard believed to be great-
er man h.m- bten eijoy-u by any collection of Church .Ma
icever publhed in the enquiry.
Purple bv I.ookcI.er g nerallr. Prt.hhed by
TAITAN, W IllTTEMO.EE Sl 5I As-ON.
111 V ashmgtonSl.. Boston.
.Mfo r.iM.hed a above, THE "ONtiREti TIONAL
TUNE liOOh, heiog a kelec'mn of lh- best an I most pt.oLr
lunes from ih "National Psalmist , intended for undat
chooli.Co. s'gntions, Vestry Metiags, &c. FIRESIDE
IHU.MON. ti entire new collection of Glees and Purt
oog", hy WiIAjiu Maoo.
l t or sale by I- l W.LTO.N Bl SON
Facts are stubborn Things.
IT id a fun that 11. KING has sold Goods the hist four
mouths ir m
H to CO per cent.
to try the evtHMiment to see llone could sell enough lo make
it piy. It r in te done.
It is a fm the kicitcmet hi been great :
It 14 a fjet I havo so M double tbe amount ot C"d of anv
uuir vrit'rti in ign, inn i nun nan ino pIVQI J
It is a f t ih.it the PLOl'LE KNOW IT ;
ii is a iici iijji
hes com., nnd ujib u a rreat stock of NEW GOOD?: a-e
jnt ops-iicd ut the People ttore, all bought with Cash, and
by adding onlv S per cent, it will make than, at retail less
lUan ant MerrhantV stock coit them;
It m a fuel wur thy of notice, aad the People will rcj-tiee to
ileal i iu'i luegauiceni, siocr win um onereu init montn at
5 per cent. Irom City Cost,
adding fifi-ht to bevy gK.ls only. This slock of Goods
and comprise every thin on cin wish.
It is n fact 'h it -1'J Hales uf Carpeting, and 6000 Rolls of
i sifrr lungi.izs win oe inriuuetl.
It i a f.ct that there newr was a chance 'mi at to thia tn
obtain those delicious PURE TEAt1, whlsh tnous.nda can
DRESS GOOD? an cndles variety.
Croadebihsj, Ridy Made Clothing, ilras Kettles, Cutlery,
ixrais, i-nwn, nuiners, r eniners oesi live ueese,
Looking Glasss, Hatting, Wuddiiig, fee.
It i n fact I am determined to keen ui the EX CITE s
Ccme all to tJe People Store, oi'posite Ihe Prick Chureh.
and you will find puces that will suit you.
Montpelier. Janoary II. !8TjO. 56
VT Wli.ileaalc at
KcIiiujit 18. 185(1.
100 Peddlers Wanted!
ONE IH'NDREl) good PEDDLERS wanted with first
rate t.-.itiii. all rized fur the business, to sell Tlx.
WARE. DRY (JOOD-.ic. and cimmuei nhs.ni thm f-.i
of April ii i U Good wages pdid to tlioe who are ALL
. E. F. PARKER.
ProctorsviUe, Feb uary 12, lHoO. 6Um.
Or .vt i-J.nitJii cty.Ji.ia'-, r..r sala al the
!t H. lilUss. IIOKAIT. wiinni.EK.
NOTICE TO THE PUB
LIC. WILLIAM W. WOODWORTII, Administrator ifWIL
l LI AM WOODaoRTII.dr.,ed.is now st.ti.1is1-
Coigre to t-xteod hi Patent or a Planing Machine fet an
other Jong tt-nn. All lhoe ppoed ro this monopoly , and
the iiiju-tiea of Ihe REPE.WED EXTENSION: ol that
PATENT, nr rrrpiesled to forward their r moo i trance
against Ihe nme to their respernve Snatuis and Ueprenen
ves in i jngr'3's, wunoui any Ce'ay. bl j.
.50 DOZ. AXES
OF ths best WAKRANTEI) JIAKB fur sal. bf the doz.
as low is sou cun buy in Bvstun
v77Merclisots Irase str.il inynuronlcrs.
hTOUU.- & LAXCDO.V.
K.S.nar 12, 1851. CI
20 TOINS PLASTER.
IVJOW Being Ground and daily reeeiviiie, hir sale by
A STOUU3 it LANGDON.
February ia. fit
THE Hon. tie Probate Court for the Diatnci of Windsor,
having extended the time allowed to creditor.. ianr.
sent their claims against the estate of SEWALL F. BEL
KNAP, late of Windsor, in said Distrirt, deceased, forthe
term of nine months from the 33lh day ol Januaiy, Ib50;
We, the subscribers, commissioners to receive, examine,
and adjust all cliims and demands of all persons against said
estate, aud all claims and demands exhibited In otfset tbere-
io;uoDcrty give notics that we will attend to the buai
nesi a!oreaid at the Windsor House in said Windsor, on
the last Tuesdayi of Match aad June, and on the first Tues
day! of August aad October neat.
REUBEN DAVIS, i Commmionora.
J. W. COLBURN, J
Windsor, January 30Lbt 1320. 6lfr
uaatvioiiQiu JSLUauCilUUcU illStltll-
THIE SpnogTerm commeocea on Wedned-y .Feb- 3
The facilities for acquiring the French Uanre
not surpassed in anv School in tne State. Mnn. IT. ..
h weiieaucaiearrencn geonemen aod ftas prored a iccci
Poaid SI.2T per week including room, washing an I fuel
Books and Stationery of all kinds aie lurrni.ri .i.
j.o.ai AULUi.'vu.A. l rinciraf,
C. C. 1HSIIKE, A.AI.Associato Pt.dciMl,
IL A. CURT, A. B., Asststanu
ProCS.M. IIASdETT, Teaeherof Maiie,
M. AIJIL LE TEST EE, Teacher of French.
t c , SETil OAKEtf, Secretary.
Bakerafield,3an.33, IB50. h.
Hare Cliaucc for (Jreat Ilargaias.
rpllt iob.tilr ,ju cMe ufriljl ...j. r fuks w;tEaouC
""' '-tUasli at COST. Speak Qaialt !
,, . ,. . VV. T. ULRNIIAII.
3IooIpelivr, Jan..,, g2( 1350.
Facts and No Fiction!
I Ti l'ACi' cd rllrt10.V, Uut STOSK St LAXB
M. IlllM i-n.nnianr jtsl m now . . rn r
place tbe 1st dsy tf January, 19,T)Z
To sell (icods for Cash L ONE Price
It i a Fact, and no Fiction, that we have itlhrrd atriVtl
thid Hsu si.t. r-v .k.u
prove to the public that o long aa we do businetj. , .hall
do it on this priacip.e. Wo shall continuo to proie tbt
our own Goods are aa low or lower than can b lNirht m
this vicinity. BTOUKS At LA.NGDON.
aiontpeher, Jan. 2I,I8W. i4
Immense invoice of Merchandise
OLD SOUTH COMER
BADGER, KEITH & BARKER.
Important to tlie Purcliasiugr
r ."7. , ",rr" :
moni. iniiwa nave oeen leceivin? ov uaiiv arriTni
from the Car for the last Four Weeks, onr immense clock
of nierchandne for tbe Winter Trade, whicli we asrureour
inenii win nt upm ciidd a iu eeiT icirccis-uur sV.imhi
art now received aod piled ap, ready for inspection. Our
Laflics Dress & Clonic Good:,
comprises an endless variety of all the lalet styles and fab
ric . now in vogue.
n..t A a 'I l,i!,.li ; .nlniiri (if trn. I.Tiii mrnnn
l.M.. Moot mnA slral. AlitvaM. I ..ria . trvhat..
led Ginghams, Plaid Ltbteys, Eoglish, French aud Accit
KXCS1 DKCSS SILKS.
We would sartoati who are in wtnt of a Rich Dress
silk, that we givep-ir(KIrtr attention, lu tkL braoch of our
trade, aim m always on nana a large s. fouiucni oi iuu
Lich double faced Plack Italian,
" Grode Rhine,
'i- Satin de Chinfii,
" Chjp gable Erocade Figure.
' do riaioand Kep't,
l do Batia de Chines,
41 StripM aad Tig'd do du
and are receiving additious constantly.
All wool Cashmere Long Shawls,
in greet), blue, drab, scarlet ai.d white centrrs.
PjintedCasLmere and Urocba do varictr of colors,
Pay fctdte Long and znuare do.
v, ith moitltd aod plain centers.
It it pcihaps unnecessary to speak of the superiority of
these Mi wi uver alt ataev woollen Shawls, as n gards style,
fbric and comfort to the wearer A person uuctU hut to
see them to be persuaded to buy.
Broadcloths & Cassimeres.
Enflib, French, Gennau. and American CLOTHS in eolora
of Ulack, Plue Ulack, Inviiible Green, Clue, Drab aad
German Does k I as in black and fancy colors.
French and American do.
do do Cassimeies, Sattioelts. Tweeds,
datlinMts, Tweed, i-C.ic VETINGS of every vaiifty.
Ileavv and Fine Iltoun Sheetings,
do da HleachM Do.
Ilrovtn Drillings. Tickins, Stripes, Icmm, Wickingv,
Twine, Wadding, Varoi, liattiog, Flanails, under Shuts,
and Drawers, ic. ic.
A gnosl assortment always on bind.
Teas, Tobocco, Spices, Brown and Crnsh'd ngais, Sale-
rat as. Molasses, Raisins, Starch, Soap. Candles, Lamp Oil,
TURRK'S ISLAND SALT by the loaa or otmrwise.
OUR IMMENSE SALES lor the past year io Crockery
have warranted out making more extenaivo nrrsncemr-n
than ever in this branch of our trade. al'h-ugb it is WELL
KNOW.Nthat we KEEP tho LARGEST n no MOST COM
PLETE stock that has ever Wen keptiniowu. We mnko
additions to onr wars EVERY WEEK, ami we can is sure
uqpners that we always have oo hand the latest style, and
t the lowest prices. And we are prepared to sell bv tho
CRATE or otherwise, as purchasers may desire. All those
who are furnishing Hotels or about keeping house, will find
it for their iutcrest to examine our slock before purchasing.
We bars now on hand and receiv ing at tfie Depot :
100 Dining aad Tea celts, complete, of tn.it beau'-iinF pat
tern The MOSS ROLL
ICK) " WHITE CI.' UNFIT.
33) Dozens Plates, Nappies, Platters, ILkers, Tureen,
P-wIs, Pitchers, tc. &e
Rich Gold Hand China Tea Setts, enttte, contaicicg "0
A full aod complete assortment of Como-on Ware.
400 dozen Glass Tumbiers. Glass Custaids. Wiqcj, F"s.
GoMets, Sugar Cowls, Cieameia, Water Pit fcer, Lnmpit,
Candlesticks, Sand C Dot tied Cajtor, Prittam ludatod
Cotfce Poll, Astral, Solar, Centre, Side, and Fancy,
CM sett Rich TABLE CUTLERY.
Spoons. Table Mats. Shovel aod Tones. Hriss OinJI.
sticks; and a very complete assortment ol Goods for Tablo
and House Keeping.
To oarTriendj m NORTHERN VERMONT, we would
sar we are able to furmh thembv the Leaf, or smaller
qualities, at better bargains than can be f unj elewhire.
i cis nine puce lor ine people io i inir iii ouis.
QADGER, IE ITU &. DARKER.
Mootpelier, Dec 20, li-10. 53
A nimble Xincpcnce is belter (Ii.m a
FI.03I Concord and Lebanon, N. IL, ar
field, Vt. informs his friends and the pi
d late ot North
ublie-that he ha
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
W. INDIA GOODS STORE,
At the New Store, near tho Railroad Buildings
where he i prepared to furnish, at all times, and ia any
nuatntitv, all the "anetiea of Staple and useful articles oT
' WJUS'r IM)IA GOODS
Fretb from tbe Importers' and Manafactarets at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Among his extensive and well selected atock of goods may
COTfl bash. T.I SALT,
3000 do. Su Ubesdo.
20 bhds. N. O Sugars.
IU do Porto llieo do.
20 boxes Havanna do.
20 bbls. Mackerel,
5ft tubs Salmon,
23 boxes Tobacco,
7 baea Coflee.
1000 hags corrre and fine
33 bbls. crushed aud gro.
10 hox.E. Gorton LCdo.
20 hhua. N. O. Alolasses,
5 do. Suarhoue dj.
1Q0 or iota Is Codfub,
0 bb i. Lai .p Oil.
4000 bags r round Rock Salt
lor Dairv use.
And, in short, every thing in the lint of
Wet and Dry Groceries
that the Wsints of the com-n unity n quire.
FLOUR BY THE LOAD
at the very lowest rite ; and
Nails, Glass, Iron and Steel
at the manufacturers prices.
From the long experience of Mi.F. in tb tuiuesa rom
the advantages which he is able to avail himself ot in pur
chasing fiom the excellent fie ill lies be has fat t ran pm la
tum, hit ktore being in such a (MXitionaatari ceivi hi good
diieetiv from the cars, be confidently assei1 that he will sell
at all times, at as low a rate as can lt purchased ia Boston
or New Vork with the addition of Freight,
This is the tioa place for the Farmer to bring his produca
tosell,and loa.l back with his winter's supply of Groceries.
la view of these I acts, 31 r. t oster uesires an-i ncpei to mer
it a liberal p-itronage, aad pledge bimstJf to use every
honorable elfi-rt to suit those who may cII oa-on, hiui both us
to puce and quality of goods.
of all kiads recived ia exchange for goods at as good targ iios
a isoffirrs cnu ontain ia ice country.
Toihoswh reaide at a distance, thu WASHINGTON
HOUSE," situated within a conveoieot distance front the
Htation, affords every accommodatton lke Traveller and
Teamster can wish, at as reasonable ratei ai ny public
house in the country.
waiernury, t., Dec 1t l&lj. anr
FOR SALE, A
And Two Selts of TOOLS.
flFor terms, fcc call on Mr Lancaster u Watctbttry
Waterbury, Jan. Sl4, 1S50. a
1500 YDS. COTTONS,
BOUGHT previous to the advance of a eect per yard, and
will be sold for a few daa at old prices.
ZYriaaa CfllA AMaV Ois 2j-iee a itli.
x cornary is. ol
STUKRS St. LANG0O;.
1000 REAMS SUPEIUOU
LARGE AND SMALL, at vsholtial" or r.tstl. bf
WAL'IV.S 4i t'O.V.