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VERMONT WATCHMAN 4kISTATE)JOIJRNALAUGUST 22, 1B50 i!l7
i.. rmmittm t a oairter nit ten roae.and
1 I . ailinliniM.
B UVWra "UJ .
f EZDATf Aug. ID.
&noe n in eessioD. i-ring adjourned orer
lo Monday. .
House. The House went immediately into
Committee of the Whole, and took np the civil
and diplomatic appropriation bill.
Mr Kimrsnoke for an hour upon the Presi
dent's message and the Texas boundary ques
Air. Bowie, of MrL, followed in an energetk
speech upon the same subject. He said the tally
nay to keep faith with New Mexico, urer the
treaty, and to do justice to Texas, wa to pass
M r. l'earce's bill. This was also U best policy
for the South. In conclusion, "e made an elo
quent appeal to Northern embers in behalf of
Mr. Sweetzw Allowed with some pertinent
16 A' o'clock, Mr. Bayly, chairman of the
committee on Ways and Means, rose and made
his closing speech upon the appropriation bill.
A discussion then arose as to mileage and pay
of members, in which Messrs. Johnson, of Tenu-
Sweeizer, Thurston, Morse, Venable, Anderson,
and others participated most of them in favor
of the rresent syttem.
At 3 1-4 o'clock the committee rose, and the
Satdbdat, Aug. 17.
Hccse. The Speaker laid belore the House
a letter from C M. Conrad, tendering his resig
nation as a member of the Second District of
Mr. Nelson moved that the House fro into
committee on Private Calendar ; disagreed, 45
The House went into Committee on the Civil
snd Diplomatic Appropriation Bill, and resumed
the consideration ot the clause making appropri
ations for the per diem and mileage ot members.
Various amendments were rejected, MrFeaih-
erslone'a by a vote of 56 lo 67.
The clause as originally reported, viz: mile.
age to be computed on the routes by which the
mailer are transported. No member residing
east of the Rocky Mountains shall receive more
than one thousand dollars mileage for each ses
sion, and no member or delegate west of the
Rocky Mountains more than two thousand dot
lars, and constructive mileage shall not be al
Mr Johnson, of Arkansas, moved an amend.
ment, providing the dollar additional for station
ery. 1 be allowance by law had ivcn out, ana
members he heard all around had been purchas
ing from their own pockets.
After a lew words by Mr Bayly and M
Thompson, of Mississippi, the amendment was
adopted, ib to 41.
Mr. Schenck offered an amendment, Darnel v.
that for the purpose of enabling the clerk to
furnish members of the present Congress, who
had not received them, such books as were lur
Dished to members of the twenty-einhth, twenty
ninth ane thirtieth Congresses, S27.000, proviil
ed this shall not be construed to authorize re
nrintincr of them.
Mr. Vinton ssid the books have been sold o'er
and over again by members, and nothing lurther
should be done than distribute tno niieauy uu
hand. He had often been importuned to sell
Mr. McClernand-Oocs the gentleman charge
the lact of mexOers selling books ot Ins oiv
Mr. vfnlon I know it and can prove it, and
that is sufficient. I make no accusation against
Mr. UiJdings offered a proviso, that books
shall be marked or Btamped, in an ineffaceable
manner, ou the cover or title pige, with the
name of the members receiving. He wanted lo
prevent the abuse of public confidence. Adopt
ed. On motion of Mr. Jones, the amount was in
creased to $80,000.
Mr. Plielps said that not 1500 copies of the
" An erican State Papers" were primed by au
tority, yet 15U0 were distributed. ISook-tnon-gera
bought them for a sung, and sold them to
the government for some six or seven dollers per
Mr. Schenck said that a member who would
sell his books was little better than one who
would commit petit larceny.
Witliuut disposing of the subject the commit
tee rose and the House adjourned.
An Exciting Slave Case.
A Washington Correspondent of the N. Y.
Express gives the following chapter for a history
" The runaway slaves have been so numerous
of late, in these parts, under the instigations of
the abolitionists here and elsewhere, that the
owners of this species of property have become
very much alarmed, and hence are disposed t
remove them to safer parts of the United States,
or to sell them to slave traders. A cruel, inci
dent of this kind is exciting great sympathy here
at present. The family nf William 'Williams,
the coachman of Presidents Polk, Taylor, and
Fillmore, were suddenly, on Friday morning,
seized by a slave trader, and taken from their
homes, in this city, off to Baltimore, to be sent
lo New Orlears. His wife, over fi'ly years of
age, three daughters snd three grand children,
were thus snatched from him in an hour, to a
fate worse to hun than death, to be sold South to
the highest bidder, and separated from him and
each other. The poor man wrung his hands,
rolled on the ground, was nearly crazed in fact,
by the dreadful parting. After many years toil,
be very recently purchased his own freedom, but
his family were owned by som? one in New
Orleans. The President leeling deeply for his
distress, gave him money and let him go to Bal
timore, o see ihcm again. Williams found the
trader would take the sum of $3300 for them,
and returned nith the hope of raising that amount
here to redeem them. A pelition was drawn up
and to day circulated about the city and House
of Representatives, setting forth "the fact, and
asking for assistance, which was so promptly
rendered, that the prospect is in the language of
Williams himselt "very t air.' The President,
Mr. Webster, Gen. Scott, and a number of Sen
ators, members, and citizens, have contributed
sums from So to $50. Mr. Corcoran gave $300,
which was the price asked for the aged wife, and
he made her ' free' at once. Besides doing this,
Mr. Corcoran has purchased one of the women,
who has lived in his family lor some years. Mrs.
iomuioaore rattersoo, another, snd Mrs. ben.
Towson, a third, who lived with her for some
years past. So the children, lor whoai 1500
were asked, only remain to be purchased by their
rfraiHUauuir -ana tie is in n. fair iy ot ruining
this money. In all probability, these slaves
would have been permitted to have remained
here undisturbed (or years if all sense of secur
ity had not been destroyed by the temptation
held out to run away. Every man who owns
this kind if property now thinks of hurrying it
on lurtncr Bouih. i hus though me District ot
Columbia may be made ' Free Soil,' by the Ab-
olitionUls, it will be amid such scenes as I have
described above, and amid such suneiiogs as 1
Tht Portuguese -Iffair. We do not find in
our London papers by the Pacific any laier in
formation from Lisbon in regard to the move
ments ot .Mr. Clay, or o: our squadron in the
Tagus, than was received here by the Cambria.
It appears from the following announcement in
the Philadelphia North American, that the gov
ernment hive received despatches from Mr.
Clay, which must havo been brought bv the
Cambria, in which he announces bis intention of
retiring to maples, whence he proposes to return
to the United States. We presume no informa
tion has reached this country of the sailing of j
uie American snips irom me i agus.
Wasuiuqtoh, Aug. II. A special bearer of
bespatcnes irom me Mediterranean squadron
arrived in Washington this morning. He re
poits Mr. Clay, Charge at Lisbon, as having de
manded his passports and retired to Naples ;
whence he expects to return to the United States
in two months. He is' reported to have with
drawn from his mission in consequence of the
offensive terms in which the oQer of the Portu
guese Ministry to pay all claims except that in
relation to the General Armstrong, were couched.
fdnoOicr JVew Sate. A resolution has been
submitted to the Michigan Constitutional Con
vention, to inquire into the expediency of the
formation ot a Territorial Government for the
Upper Penitsula on Lake Superior, and its ttlti-
atte adminioa into the Union as a State, with
the assent of the people of Michizia and Con
gress. The new State is to be called the State
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
Arrival of the Steamship Europa
Ore w krc una from Europe.
Tuesday Moan. Aug. 20, 1850.
Cotton more quiet a slight reduction in pri
ces. The Europa sailed from Liverpool at II
o'clock Saturday week, and arrived here at half
past ten last night.
The Atlantic arrived at Liverpool frjm New
York, on Tuesday at midnight Her running
time from Dock to Dock is stated ai ten days
eight hours thus beating all previous passages
by many hours.
J7oto tf Com. The weather has been show
ery and variable, retarding harvesting operations
along with, this we have large arrivals of wheat
from the North of Europe, and prices remain
pretty nearly as before for wheat and Hour.
Indian corn, influenced by very general reports
ol blight, has advanced six pence to one shil
ling per cj'jartcr.
Pork dull nrices unvaried.
Cheese, no improvement. Lard commands 33s
Greece. Rice dull at 16 to 13s. Cd. Coffee
slow sales at decreasing rates. Sugar, London
and Livernool markets are active, at improving
rates. Tea, improving demand for all common
cargo at very full rates. Some qualities have
advanced one penny. No change in green less.
Ashes are dearer, with good inquiry. Sales
reach 800 bbls. at 30s to 31s. for pearl, asd 35s.
for pots. Tobacco, small business, prices re
main firm. OilsrOlive,a fair business at late
advance. Fish oils, dull.
Business in the manufacturing districts contin
ues brisk. The prospect of an abundant harvest
is generally good, except for potatoes, for which
serious apprehensions are beginning to be felt
The rot is reported to be spreading rapidly, es
pecially in the south of Ireland.
THE Whip of Montpi-lier are requeued to meat at the
tirind Jorr Room, in the Court Home, oo Thuradajr
next, the 33d in.t., at 3 oc!ock, P. M. to nominate a can
didate for town lepresenlitive, Slc.
Bt order of the Town Commlltee.
THE Whip ol Middle. ex are requeirtl to meet at the
Hall ol J. Chapin, Jr. on ilonJ-y, tbe SCili ia.tant. at
3 o'clock, P. il. tu numioate town ticket for tbe September
Bv order of tbe Town Committee.
An 1 20th, 1853.
THE Democratic Whigs of Worcester are iovilad1 to meet
at tbe town tloie on Saturday, Anuit 3lit, at 4 o'
clock. P. M., t nominate a candidim lor Town Itepreien
tative; alo, to mike other nrtminstim tbuftht pro;er
We would extend ao laritatton to alluur old win a friend
who bj fraud and deception hire beeu drawn ou to tbtj pin-
lerniea rre$ sou renyt to rrmrn nna unite wmi ni in ruin
tiihln and extnndio tbe principle of tbe con.tltution
eqsal riJbU to all.
Per order Town Committee.
Worcester, Aa;mt 13 1850.
THE Whijt of Orange are invited to meet at ruber
Hall, on Saturday the ?4th ofAojiiit in-t, at 6 o'clock
P. M. to nominate u candhlaite for Town Ue present at ive,
A luu aitvndance it requestt-d.
By order ufTown Committee.
Orange, An;. 13, 1830.
Washington County Democratic
THE Democracy of Wtbintoa County ate requested to
meet in Count Convention, at tbe Court Home in
Monlpe'ier.on luesdar.Aor.S7. at II o'clock. A. AL for
tbe puff-Mof nominating candidates fur county officers lor
All iboie in tbe Countr of Washington, who woold ad
boie to tie principle and orcanixstion of the National dem
ocrtic parly, and who are in faror of tuiuiuin tboteprin
cipUs and that organixation, without fear of compHiiuise,
are iaiteu to attend and participate m the ftticeeuinga.
JAMES U. RICHARDSON,)- ...
SAMUEL WELLS. JSL"',..
WILLIAM McGUEGOR, 5 Committee.
Cerbeltf8 Sliaksw Syrap or Sana
Tbe SoTereign Care for Dtsessea of the Blood, and all im
nuiitiei of tbe Svstnm.
As the Sorina oneoe. it U well known that a leuzour and
listl-ssness perrades tbe System, which is thercsoit of
impurity ol tba Blood or improper Hillary Secretion. These
abould he remedied if health is lo he, secured, and delay ia
attending to in era, loo ouen produces tiiseatas or sncn coar
aetei as to impose boffcrlng for life.
Tbe Svrun of Ssrsanarillaof Dr. Corbet t has especial effi
cacy in cmaplaints of thi nature. Iu aclioti mi the Blood,
is most signs I and etbcacious, cieaoting u rapidly irom all
imparity. On the Liver it exerts tbe mont haliby inflien
ce. thus aivinir tlie whule BTStem a t-iforooa and well direc
ted act:oB. It ia accredited br the ablest Dhv.ic'a is in tbe
country, and used genet ally in their practice. Hea J tbe fol
Dover, N II., March 27, 1313.
Messrs. Edward Rrinler fe Co.:
Gentlemen: In compliance with vvur solicitation for mr
opinion as to the merits f "Dr. CoibetVa Compound Byrup
of Farsaparilia," I can cheerfuily slat, after having hem
made acquainted with its ingredient, and ncd it foi serer
al years in my practice, thai it is superior to any prepaia
tion of the kind within my knowledge, now brought before
the public, and is deserving of the utmost confidence as to it
efficacious qualiliec in the cure of diseases connected with
Scrofulous habits and impure state of tbe system and blood.
uiiiaty anectiona. &c ve.
Yonis. very truly.
J. IL SMITH, M. D.
For ale bv Red field it Grannie, and by S. K- Collins.
Monipelier; French t Walker, Baire; E. E. C. French,
Pla.o field ; Thurber tic. Bowie-, WashiuAton ; Dickinson and
reasieetvoeiseai aiso oy agent sgeneraiiy.
THE ORIGINAL & ONLY GENUINE
IVistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
was iotrodncrtl in the year 1KJS, and his been Wa-ll trslcd
in ail the complaints rr whicn it is recommenced, r or ten
feats it has moved more efficacious as aremeJr fur courh.
colds, inflorBXa. bronchitis, asthma and coasumpUou, tn us
incipient stages, tban any other medicine.
Wht time establishes and roisecrate. what emerienee
adopta and "onrirms, what all men in all place unite in
saying is good and valuable, is so, uo dtaibt. A popularity
of this sort fixes in society us roots so deep and strut g, that
tune cannot destroy it- The sneeeas which has attended
thi. medicine for several years past, baa overcome the pre-
juuiybs ui am reipecuoie men, ana me article naa iiaen
aland a moor the first cLss of discoveries and blessings ot
tbe age; and when resorted to in season, eradicates tbe
uiajBMs huicu ii i rccuuiufiiiini.
fFroin iha Rnalon Kvninv TriIUr.l
It is perhaps but an act of justice to tbe proprietors of
maiare tiaisam or vvua uneiry tor us to say that our per
sonal rxpenence in the use of ibis article has impressed us
most favorsbly. One of the proprietors of the Traveller
was entirely cored of a severe cough of four months contin
uance, iy the use of this Balaam, and several f our frieoda
and acquaintances, who havo tiled tbe article, hsve frond it
t great service in reiievin toem ot severe cougus ana
anotiness ci braainin;. witu -b tbe Aad bean uatr.ua.
Address all ordeis to tSeth W. Fow le. Boston, ftiass
The only genuine is always signed L Bolts on the wrap-
Comfort for the Asrctl.
The Montreal Trnscnpt, one of the best papers in Cana
da, spotting ni w istar's rJaisam of mid irerry, Jane i,
imv, says t
We believe it to be acne rail v rcco-nired as a useful med-
icirte bymrdical mta, and we can state with nerl-ct truth
snd sincentv. that m one case with which we arc mor
particnlaily acquainted that of an old gentle mao. at least
eighty years of age, rending a .few miles from this city, and
who is troubled at all limes with an Asthiuatkal compaiot,
the most decided relief is obtained whenever be makes use
of the Balsam this at tht advanced period of life wbitti be
has arrived at, may be considered as unanswerable proof of
From tbe Boston Daily Bee-
From soma little experience of our owj, wo testify the
uperioritv of tba Bim of Wild Cbeirv. and we have
been atured by quite a oambei of our personal friends who
Have used it wun success in puimocary complaints, tao
phtisic, asthma, mpht awcau, dtc that they regard it aa
one of the roost benetieieut remedial s rents of the time.
3c lb W Fowle. Droggist, 133 Washington street, Boston,
Mass. is the sole proprietor ol the original receipt lot the
manufacture of the genuine) medicine, and supplies both at
wholesale and retail, and of whom agencies ean be obtained.
Look on. for Imitations and couoteifoita. Remember tbe
original and only cenuiro article, always bear the written
air nature ol L BUTTS, upon lbs outside wrapoer.
For aala by REDFIELD & G U ANMS, Monipelier, S. K.
ivoiuos, do.: r react) & waiter, narre; c ju. si rreoen,
Plauafield; 'I'horberte Bowles, VVashingtos; Diekiaaoaaad
Aaether Oreat Sc Pernaaeat Care
ef Seated JeB9aatptieB
iJaeton, Fob. 27, IMS.
TO DR. . F. BRADLEE:
Dear Sir: In compliance with your teqoest, I cheerfally
giro say recom mend alios of the Ifuogariai XUlaasa. 1 have
bean afflicted for nearly two years, with a severe iafliasaa-
.hi., f .M .ll.aul altk .(.. a. '
MHa w in. aawnaaf a. a. . ij btvuv, Kiiaaj
paias ie tbe sid. loaa of appetiU aod locreasiag stability,
wales Mestgns nso saw sum suarotls swswl,
tioa. 8everal physieiaaa whoa I eonenltcd, decUred that
1 was iaa deep conaawptioa, aa4 that a cera 'af my ctse
waa almost impossible. I tried Mveral popular aaedieioea
without receiving any oseeaaial relief, suitii I lawk the
Hasgiiiaa Halsaao. Tia Medieua relsevod ate at awce,
and ia a few stays ckaagad ssy cvad.tioa for tho WtUrv
Uy covgh Is new checked, Uo pain ia say side ia go, mj
oppetiu has w proved, ud I consider vyaelf in a (ut way
to roeovor mr mr-Mr mojui
wa caooad at Cnt bv aovero
aod atreutiu Mr caaialaii
waa caoaod at ftrvt hy Mvera colds, and hy the dost of a IV
mmt Mill a I waa amalni-d.
9TU may cortify tbt lain acoaistad jU Mx.
Oetaraa Baft, ea4 we. a wltaew ef tha r.Iitf which bo
received fre thane, of Ei-chae Balaam. I kava alaa aa-
d thie aieaaciM la my awn HmHj wiia gtaai mmh.
FKAflCIB A. Ul uoiun, raiator.
tmttn. aala Afanta let the Uaited Stataa, ead Briuah Pr-
caa. American price, owe voiiar p.. ow.. .
AGENTS Montpelier. Salvia K.C.IIiael B.ire, A.F.
Thomaa: Waahiaftoa, Thorber at BowlMl ChcUea. I.
a. Baeoat Coriaib, J.' waaa t c uotiotn, n. oiaeei
Newbury, P at H. Keye.: Bradford. O. A H. Pnehard:
Nurthlieid, II. IL Camp, awl by dealera ia medicine jener
ally throolhout New Eat land.
Camb ridge Cattle Market, Aug. 14.
Reported for Iha Baatna Duly AiWotllier.
a. tt..b.t ln?4 natila. aluint SOD Reevea. and 472 Storea.
amaUtingor Working Oieo, Cow, and Calraa.S and Thlea
VieaaMuket Beef-Extra tv50 par cwl.lit qnalj'T
SS,Sa qoalitj 3,7S, 3d qoaluj $VB, ordinal aio a
Veal vale i-a a afc ,nu . w.
Ptoret- Workinf Oiaa SP6. 63,75. a (93.
Cowa and C.liet, $20, 38, 33 and SO.
Yeailiora, alO, IS.
Two yaira old 17 , 30 and 25.
Thiee veari old, 17. 25 and 3S.
si f...K. 1171 .1 Urkt.
Fucce-Citn, 3. 4, S, and $855. J! lot $1,35, 1,75, and
n..rt. Thamiiketia attire, and coodealUaaoM will,
.k. :("..... .....lit.. vfttliAr .lull an.l tale, llow. 1
9 ear came er me r iicnoorg iiimm, -
Boetoa aid Ismail Railroad, loaded with cattle, ahcepaud
horaet. aad lowla.
H V. - . r.M m.ftt Mldt
Uattla. Qbaepac bimoi. awine.iiorroa
Domestic Wool market.
Naw.YoaK.Au;. 16. 1650.
Tkaa ..la., nfltaaa ak have bfeO OnCOmQIOoff hSBVV and
price are gradually stitfening, aithoosh no poaitivo "TJ0"
on last weexs rates can 'ww. --"-----
000 a 500 000 lbs. Fleeees, among which were 170 000 lb,
ft .i ail rim 50 000 Iba medium and 3-4 blood at37 I-2c.;
50,000 Iba. do. at 35 a 3?c; 53,00 lbs. do. at 32 1-So
uanana.atd ipiciow Biewmm , a,ww
. trt ttm . lain thai tn. Mnm tit 36e &c. lC Pulled wool
haaleen ia good request, but in consequence of the light
stock sales have been limited. Wo note sal-s of 8000 lis.
No. 1 at 33 1.2c. (sold by s.raple,); 30UU lus. la mm and no.
1 (mired) at311 Sc., 6000 d. super lambs at 37 1.8c Tho
maraeu oi tbe Aoitnera ciucj uo amw -v..
We quote :
American Saxony fleece
Foil blooded Merino
13 and 3-4 Merino
Native aod 1-4 Merino
Puper polled Country
K'n I milUl Jn
43 a 45
33 a 41
35 a 3713
30 a 34
35 a 37
33 a 33
Paper pulled City 32 33
V.. 1 nnM.rt T.mh 33 a
Foreign woolens imported foi the week, $204,3(3 Drj
Daniel S. Johnson, fonnsrly f Plymouth, Vermont, died
Maaih. lftSO.of email nna. while on bis wav to Califor
nia. He was buried at A 't Hollow, about HO miles ibis side
fort! La ramie. .
At i-w.-n-tt OI.ro, Jul- 37th. of Cholrra. Miss Sarah
Oak, daogbtei ol Capt. Naihaoiel Oak, furmarly of Chelsea,
At Rochester, Juae 9ih, Mr. Hitam G tie rr.se j, agcd5f
IITE are selling Goods iMs month at Astonishing" Low
Prices. Come aod see.
ELLIS. WILDER & CO.
rnllE above named Hotel, situated in the Centre of Moat'
pelier Villace, ha betn recently fitted up foi the better
aceommodstion oft be Public The proprietor is deteimined
thai no effort on his part shall be wanting to render this
house a pleasant home for tb traveller- A continuance of
the liberal patronage which the Travelling public have
heretofore eileoded to it, is solicited by the public's humblo
N. B. Patrons to this House will be carried to and from
th cars hy taking a seat in tbe coach Tree Horn ehhrra.
Those who wih tn be eanied to other parts ot the Village
will bo charged IS 13 ceot.
Formerly of the fiim of Cioss, Hyde V Co.
Montpelirr, Aug. 6, 1850. f8
rntlR anSttcrilr has rreentlv rarr hated tbe Horses j
carriatesof A. Wood, rear of the Village Hotel, where
would bo hsnnvtoseo Its oid pattous and the public
be would ba happy to rr. iu oul pattoue and the pablic
generally, and will endeavor to give atifsction to those
lake Ikem where titer mar wi.b to to. Term, leeioaable.
Mantpelier,Au(.6tb, IMP. 83
FAftMERS LOOK AT THIS !
Two Hundred Tons Corn Husks
THE eulucribar willpeyTwealjr IXilari per Tub for Two
Hundred Toooru.ru Horl", tripiwd from tbe knob
and delnered al mj placr ol inaoalaclure It aioaipericr
laataaj time between 15th October ead letofFeUuary
aeit. Maid balk" matt be aa free from Stlke aa coa.aoieaea
will allow or. aod eo dried that the r will keep ia larf a bodiee
without lejuij. F. O. KITTBEDOE.
Monlprlier, Aur. 1850. 68tr
LAMOILLE CO. GRAM
TII FALL TERM of this Institution will commence
WEDNESDAY. September 4'h, under the direction of
Z. K. PANCltORN. Winci.al.
Misa M. E. lAlNGUORNrt Preceptresf.
Miss A. M. MEBUIAM, Meseber of Moic
Averaj-e ofTuition per qnarier. $3 2i.
MnMC, iiicludini jse of Piano. 8.1)0.
Drawin and Pamtinz. 2.00.
Hoard can bo obuined in respectable families at $1,23 per
fiIt is desirable that pupils bo preaent on the first day of
ih term. S. MEfiRIAU, Clerk.
Jhnant Aag. U. I MO. f8-3w
THE pon resident nronii'tnis of Iha town of Mtddlesea,
te coonty of Wasbinxton, are hereby notified lhat the
Taxes ssaoaaed by said low-rs within tho yeara 1847. IA49.
1949 and 1859, remain either in whole or in part oapeid, on
tlie followint; described la nds in siid lown, to wit:
'fiSgSSSSyS5I.S Noaof Acres.
SSSSoR-gSS No. c Lot.
UU A. A.V3kStO-3ri Jh. w-
No. of Difision.
9 3 t o r-E .
. a ;
r-i 'Ss i
! 5C- SO a-SarS-aV
E-r Is si- ci.-s&fa, ? ?
'f- S- -in - s
. 3 S. S
o -7 a
s Btata Tax.
aa r State School
Sr S5S Tax.
Sg . T.wnTex.
. " 2 Btata Tax.
5 Bute School
Sg ; g S Tax.
a Z Si To wo Tn.
g gj?8SgSBB3S-,Ssl BuuT"-
8 o-acaa.5Soo8S.-Sff o Tax.
And so much of said lands will bo sold at pablic suction, at
the dwa llioz bonao of Borneo lloldea. ia said Middlesex, oo
tho nrst inursoay oi uctonor aext, at one oxiocs,r. sa. as
snail no reqaisiio to oucnarga saio iaxca wiu coaia aoieae
OaU d at Middlesex, this 17th day of Angvt, A. D. I860.
86 WM. B. HOLD EN, Constable aad Collector.
5000 bush. Salt,
aOANADA SALT na anial-Ua beet aaJt tk. nra
v tie as. rar nj led noca; at km mi aaailjr m. uurd
leaa ua. caa) a. aaajaai u im coaiiF. i arm. caan, .
Aa S. M
TBE aaaaeiiear u naif taa weeaeitT af aat la t. all
ladahiad l. hia. laatha ia Baking airaaweate ta mm
waat tkia Fall aad all daaalMta daa him anut ba Mid kr IM
letaf Oelakacaastiw tkay eiiR ba plaeaal ia a kaada af
aa a nana j aat eawenai, naa letene.
aaAo1p,AtlI.!i, UU. " W70
NEW CHURCH MUSIC.
THE u Dmidmmr' Bfl. B. WOODBURr.
" "Tiaibtel" J.B. WaWbarr.ai I F. Baker.
" - lUji" C.Hart ia. .f Caarah Mawia, Bj Batot
FOB SALE tkaepar Ckak br
TBE aubeerflrer oBere to eall hia attaatiw ia NorlkS.ld
Cure Villa ja, ,oa.ietiag t a Me alotT awelliai
kaua, with eoaraaiaal an baiUiufa, Uw-oatca, aad .boat
fa. afchu ef a. acm oT lead.
KTlt laMaaftha Wat eitaatlaaia Ara Lawrar la iha
Btata, aad will be eotJ oa raaaoaabla Ulaaa. He alao re
aaarta tkoa. indebted to Urn to aaUaa4 aettla iaaaredialalr.
JOHN U BUCK. ;
latent 83 re Hole Hcriag- Jla
chine. TOE SuUcriber ia aaat for the taia .r aaul Hacbiaaa,
aad hae oaa ia .paialioo at hie ehop, whale all inler
aated ara iorlted t. call aad lea Iheai operate on all Hull
.fwork where the Aujor and Chiaeel caa ba h.oujbtlu
PERCUSSION RE-ACTION WA
TER WHEELS, for Grist and other
Balanced cranks, WiHff Gad see as,
Saw Gate Rods,
Clapboard and Shingle Machines,
Mill and Circular Saws, 5-
at 6 peret. aboe coat. aerr aiie Jr. leafth fro p centa to
$79. SAW AUBOES aad B1TT BTOCKS, HIEor 8erew
FI.ATE9 rrom I be eixa af a Denies Needle la 1 1-3 uch,
light and left hind.
Patent Grist Hills,
Rnttt and! rannlnar evarv alav on custom work, and with
then wo defy competition, either in qoantity or qaality of
grinding, witnont regara to cosu aiso. win mi
hind ol Cora Crackera and Bolt Cloths, at leas ratea than
mnat At tiara.
Smut Machines of Tyler's Patent at Manu
MACHINE CARDS $ CLEANERS,
CO UN and LrtJVK KYK Dy lue iSusiLor loaa
GUNS and GCNSHITHING '
in all ilebranchef; iportinfand fiihio; ma terlah: extra aad
common Biflei, flora 810 Iu 8)1'. Thick and Thaa Ljrrel
Fhot Goof r.omS3ioJIC. DOUBLE BAKREl, GUNS,
from $10 to 8-iG, ooe barrel K1FL.E4, aud crack ikuaUia
tbey are,w aaiu lotne poaoa.
Ammunition of all Kinds,
Extra aod Common CAP-S POVVUEB FLASK tillOT
UKLTa and roochre. and ereir mmj ot cuaTeaieot aru
"evolvera and other Pistols,
D k and Tocket Knit . Barrel. Lueke aad Tiimaiioe
generally, lor otbere to lit up at a email commiaiion, ale.
Freh arrirale rrom New York aai Bnaton.
CALL and LOUS, whether Tou wich to trade or cot
Montrjelier, Aug. 30, 18S0. I e m 6in ffl
SALMON & SALT.
2 TONS or prima Northern Salmon,
An;. 12. 87 For eale bj STORB3 at LANGDON.
THE sobscribera hso tbia day re-apened the DEPOT
STOKE, in Waterbuty. recently occopiet by O. Fos-
ter, wbere ihey lutenu lo aaept aod now nareon nana a
larfo stock of
W. I. GOODS & GROCERIES,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
Via: T. I. aad Bk Salt ;
Grouod Bock and l.iverr.oul do. for Dairv porpoeei
A apteodtd a'sortinent 01
TEAS, FLOUa, NAILH, GLASS, I BOX ac STEEL,
Sogan, Molaie.e, Salmoo hy Iha Tierce, Barrel,
llairot Quarter Uairel and Kit; Mackerel,
Pollock and llaltibiit, Fun 1'lattrr, fcc.
FARMING TOOLS :
Such as Scjthss tor the various purposes of Cottlnf
urass, brain ana Put nee ; uay and aiaouro corsa, cbovaia
Also, a few barrels of BEEF & PORK, Pickled and
The sahscriber further Inform their friends and the pub
lic reortrallr. that their now have on hand, and intend
keeomt;, for the accommodation of all who may find itfbr
meir interest u pa'ronixe inru.ai ineirotore in -lonipe
her Village, nest door North ol theUailroad Depot, a food
as son men. oi
Wa la Gssdsaad Grsceries,
Sach aa FLOUR, TEAS, SUGARS. MOLASSES, SAL
MO.V, MACKEREL, DRY FISH, SALT. SALT FOBK,
AAlLS1, &r.ti3i UA.tuua, ria.tar, ate.
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
Our Goods were purchased for both Hontnelier aod Wa
terbury at LOW PKICES. and w will sell them at a small
advance for Cash or most kio.s of Country Produce. Wo
farther arsure the public, tbatoor foods shall bo equal to
tbe recommendation aiven them at the time of site.
3Tt'or country Produce the highest price that tbe market
will anoru. wa snail al all limes pay.
June 4, 1850. 78 tf
SMITH, WILKINS & LANDON,
Nerth Wharf, B-rliaKten, Vt.
MAPLE SUGAR & RYE.
A FEW hundred .unda of aery rod Mafia Sagar,
Alan a few lhele of Eve.
An, . 12. 67 For eela bj STORRS A LANG DON.
Barrel Salt & Salmon
JUST receited aod fer eale bj STORRS at LANG DON.
REDFIELD GRAN. MS havo license to sell Liquori in
Monipelier Village, for Medtciaal and Hecbaoical par
poses, ol which tbey keep all kinds and wtU furnish those
wisning to aeii again. 73.
il O l P r t11 nic Bro. SUGAR pare Black and
1T "It. Hi c,ta TEA, and other Faa-.il- GROCER-
I :-.a .! atnVIVK a. Strf II
ILU,jH IBWIW MJ nVrUi A 0 tCal-.
June 3. 1850. Ti
OAfk Ilhds. and 400 Barrels pare Old Med fold Ram in
store, and lor sate atuocis par gallon, cash. As
charge for casks or delivering to the Kail roads.
Sy-Theio is not any egeiata Jor the sal of this Old Rom.
Medford. Juno 10, 1850. 78 Jo.: 4 wis
rrMIE members of tho Vermont Mutual Fire Insurance
- Company are hereby notiSeJ that the following assess
meota havo been made by tho Directors, on all notes in
rorce on me lonowing aays, to wu :
Autut 9, 1849, 1-4 of 1 per cenU
Bept'r 14, M
Oclo'r 20, 14
Jany 12,1830,1-4 "
Febry 15, 14
April 91, " 1-4 "
April 23, " 1-4 " "
Jnly 22, " 14
MafcinSpercentfor the year ending, Augnst
1st, 1850. Said per centare to bo cast -oo iho vriiaal a-
mount of premium note without reference to any endorse-
menr, nna to oe paia io me i reasnre at nis in Hoot
pelter, on or before the 16th day of Octo'ier 9'Seiag the
dar of tho annual meetinc of said comosav.
As usual, a list .if persons insured in tbe ssveral towns in
tbe Stat;, with the amount of assessment duo fiom each ro
spectivrly, will be forwarded to tbo Representatives elect
to the Legislature, bt whom money can bo sent.
The aasosameni this year (3 yer cent) Is small, aod it ia
dte.il Ihmt fan a-.-i-.Ke K -.Maua.- will f.t a- t. I
to money ia tho manner indicated, or by eomo other person
who may be coming to Montpelier, so lhat it caa bo paid
over promptly, nt tho time when it ia doe. .
A little attention on the patt of the man-ben of Iha Com
pany will aave mocb trouble in collecting tba aeseMmenta.
J. E-. waiOUT,Tieasarar.
Insmsnce Offlse, Montpelier, Aug. 12, 1850.
Qrrr inters ol each weektr nawsoaoer in this Bute, aio
requested to publish the above sMrtica thrfttweeks aoecess-
a a. aw ranaiaiH ibsii tnttm OJ Hi mi L mmm a 1 Ilia aVaarjpv
lature for payment. 87Jr
STATE OF VERMONT, I At a ProbaU Court held at
District of Randolph, as. Washington, within and for
the district aforesaid, oo tbe 12tbdavof Auzuat A.D. I&5C:
A ti Inatrnment pnrportiog to bo tho last wilt and testa-
nieot oi jacoo wortnen, lata or urango, m sahl district,
deceased, was presented to tbo court bare fcr Probate, by
Betsey Worthta,tho Executrix therein nsmeel
Therefore, it is ordered by said Court, lhat publie notice
bo given to all persons concerned therein, ti appear belore
aid Court at a session thereof, lo be held at iha Pralutta
Office in Washington, on the 7th day of September, A. D.
mojv, n coon iaa nooato oi si mi.; ana is rarther
ordered that this order bo published three weeks successive
ly la the Vermont Watchman and Ktate Journal, a newspa
per printed at NoatpeUer, ia UiaEtata, Ua last of which
shall ba previous ta the day assigned aa aJUessjd for hear-
Given vner my band at tho Probata 4fce, at U'asfcinr-
fM Ihm lOtl. J.- A n 1U1A
67 b. w. Bartholomew. JuSm.
STATE OF VERMONT, I The Han. la. frobjle Conn
a. aHNua, ii. ) tot iaa uiairtct or Raadolpb t
T. all paterae c itemed ia tWa eiuta of Abaar Busnr.
late ofOranie, in aaid dieuiet, Greetje;.
aarHEREAS, Lklber Carpeater, adatiniitrator on ibe
aetata af aaid deeesaad. baa atad. apnHaaian In tkla
Cmrt for Lieeaee to eell all tba real aataw of aaid deeeae
ed, and rcpraeaau tbat tba lata. i. aeeeiearj for tba aat
eat ol tba debte and eberfea afaJr (aid eatata.
Tbetefora, ron ara Miabf aMiBM U apprar at a eeeiina
efaald Coart, ta be keld at ta. rrebate oSea i. Waakinz-
T m .- m mmj wt nMir n. V. Jiao.
and ahaar caaaa. if aa yn im, way Itceaee aamUd at be
Created, aa aforaaaid. v
Aad tale order eaell ba pibliekad tbrea anil raecaselTe-
ij, leu. renniror. natcamaa ana Btata joarnal, printed al
Monipelier, ia tkia Stale, tbe but 'of -kick Mblieatioos.
Dated at Waa binftna, tk Te I3tk iAj ef Aejaet, A. D. ISM.
. 87 B. VT. llATHOLaOMKW. Jndaa.
lei Pkure'a Estate.
vivtia; ananan. navtac mm rniaaaiai av iki
bat nekala Van lev tba IHatriet al WaekiaftM.
Cowmia.rooere to receive, ozaauM. ud aa$artall elalma
aaal dameede of all paraoaa agaiaat tba aatate of DANIEL
f ACE. I.te of Barr.. ia aald diauict. dacaaMd.rvmt.i
IaeWvMt, and tbe urat of aia m.alh. tnm ta. llib da of
.j, jcwu, uavN ay aaao ayOTn i. aavanaatan aa aaas
aaneaaedt. axkikitaad arav. tkelf reeaactiv. ek. ha.
haau-DtginaedHibuaa all. U tba datiae ef
w eppeaaimaaa. at uaaamriiac I .... ai rift, n
Bant, ia .aid District, aa the 7 da) afSapteaabw and Mth
af January, UN, al aa a'claca, efteraoea.'e. eaad, afeald
OBAOIAaWOOB. , J
BaABTUo MtA Tuf1, iMaaera.
.ana, Anjuat ltk, UX. ' . ' 7,
JAUNDICE, DTSfEPSIA. CHBONIC OB. NEBVOCB
BB ILITY, DISEASE OF THE. aUUflXiXB,
DISK AS 88 Aaiaiito
fiom a ms OBBataa irngt :J.
OR STOMACH. BCOH AS CORBTtTA.
lion, IAHAIU riljW, U BO-'i vm. bmvw
TO THE HEAD, ACfDITx OF THB BTOM ACH. NAU-
DM, llAHl DUKn, UUSUUBX ru cwv.aumMtf-
MESS OR WEIGHT IN THB STOMACH, SOUR
FBUCTATION8. SINKING OR FLATU
LENCY AT THE WT OF THE BTOM
ACH, SWIMMING OF THE HEAD,
HURRIED AND DIFFICULT
ING AT THE HEART,
SUFFOCATING SENSATIONS WHEN IN A
' LYING POSTURE, DIMNESS OF VISION,
DOTS OR WEBS BEFORE THE BIGHT,
FEVER AND DULL FAIN
IN THE HEAD,
YELLOWNESS OF THB SKIN
AND EYES, FAIN IN THE SIDE.
BACK, CHEST, LIMBS, Ac. SUDDEN
FLUSHES OF II EAT, BI'RNING IN THE
FLESH, CONSTANT IMAGININGS OF EVIL,
AND GREAT DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS,
can aa zrrxcrcauT cnaxr. at
Celebrated German Bitters,
DR. c. at. JACKSON,
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
No. 120 ArckSt.,PkiIadelpkia.
Tht'tr vmeer ever tkt aaaes disease- u net txctltei ifemuMl
Udbf any Uur prtparatio bt tie Untied Statu as the carae
ett-tc, tm many t&itt AFTER SKILLFUL PUYSICLUCS
These Bitters are worthy the attention of inralids.--Possessing
great virtues in tlis rectification of disease of
the Liver aod lesser glands, eiereising tho moat searching
powers ia weakness and affections of the digestive organs.
tney are, witnai, certain, sat ana pleasant.
Ita-alU ..nil UbUUriVI.'aULUa
The Hon. Chirlea II. JIIiNELINK. Editor of tho "Cam
den Democrat," the belt paper ia Wast Jersey, says, July
"IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS." .
"We have seen roanv flatterinr notices of this snedktae.
and tbe source fiom which Ihey camo, induced us to make
inquiry rerpfctiug ts merits. Piom inquiry wo wore pro
pared to use it, aud must say wo found it specifie ia its
action upon diseases of tho Liver aod digestive organs, and
the powerful influence it exerts upon nervous prostration is
really surprising. It calms and strengthens the nervei,
bringing them into a state of repose, making sleep retiesh
Ing. "If this medrrin were more generally used, we are aatta
fied there would be less sickness, a from tba stomach, liver
aad nervous )tttm the great aietjority of real and imagina
ry diseases emenate. tiara them in a healthy condition,
and you caa bid defiance lo epidemics generally. This ex
tiaordinary medicine He wouldadriso our fiieods who are
at all itidupoted lo give a trial -it will recommend itself,
it shoutd, in fact, be in every fa mi Jr. Jio other medic wo
canproluco such evidences of merit.'
from the "coston Bee.
The editor sad, Dec 22J
Dlt. HOUFLAND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BIT-
TEIIS tor the cure of Liter Complaint, Jaundice, Ilyapep-
sis, uiirooic or nervous ueomty, is uecioeuiy ooe oi mo
most popular medicinrs of the day. These Bitters have
used by thousanJs, aod a fneod at our elbow says ha baa
himself received an etfectnaland permanent core of Liver
Complaint from the nie of this remedy. We are coovinced
that, in the use or these Kilters, the patient constantly
gains strength and vigor a fet worthy of gieat considera
tion. They am pleasant in tasta and smell. and can be used
by peisoos with the roost dslidilo stomachs with safety,
nndvr auy circumstances. Wo are speaking from expeii
eace and to the afflicted we advise their ue."
"Scott's VaaLi, one of the best Literarr papers
published, said Aug. S5:
"Da. HoorAfo's Giia.it BrTrxas, manufactured hy
Or. Jackson, are now recommended by some of tba most
prominent members of the faculty as an artislo or much ef
ficacy in cases of female weakness. As such is the rase,
mould advise all mothers to obtain a boitle, and thus save
the rose! ea much sickness. Persons of debilitated cunstiia
liuns will find tbrse Ditiers advsntsgeoue to their health,
as we know from exierience tbe salutary effects they have
upon weak systems.11
Judge M. L iNOAII, a gentleman with great scientific
and literary ttainments, said in his .New York Weekly
ilessenjer," January 6, I&'O.
Da. iioor-AMD' Gkkmav Bit ties, llcie if a prepar
atioa which ibe leading presses in tbe Tin ion appear to bo
unroimous in recommendin;, and the reasoo ia obvious. It
is made after a prescription furnished by one of tho most
celebrated physicians of modern times, the late Dr. Cbrtsto
yher Wilkelm llooflaod, rrofesAor of the University of
ena. Private rfaysician to the King of Prussia, and one of
ne uretieat Aletlieai writers eruiany rt- ever pioooccu.
He wsempbatica!y the enemy of humbug, and therefore a
medicino of which fan waa tho inventor and endorse" mav ba
confidently relied on. He specially recommended it in Liv
er Complaint, Dyspepsia, Debility, Vertigo, Acidity of the
Stomach, Constipation, and all complaints arising from a
disordered condition of the stomach, tho Liver an J the in
tines. "Nine Philadelphia papers express their oTivietioo of
Its excellence, and several oltbe editoia speak of ita effects
from their own individual experience. Under three eii cam
stance, we leel warranted, not only in catling the attcniioa
ol oar readers to the present proprietor's (Dr. U, M. Jack
son's) preparation, but ia recommending the ankle to all
The "Philadelphia Satunlay Cue lie," tbo best Family
newspaper Dublisbml in the United Stales, tho oditor saya
DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
'It is seldom that we tecommend what are -termed Pa
tent Medicines to the confidence and ptraat of oat read
era ; aud therefore when worecoramefia ,,lM;T;tf
wyl Rittora.wo wi-h ti to be distinctly aoderstood that wo
ifo U'it spea-ing of the nostrums of tho day, thai are noised
about for a briaf period and then forgotten after they havo
done their guilty race of mischief, but of a medicino long ea
tiblished, universally prized, and which baa met the hearty
approval ol the Faculty itself.
Evidence opoo evidence baa Len received (like the lore
going.) fjoin til sections of the Union, the last three years,
and Us stringtMt CcrbweKy iu iu aeer, tr, that there Is mora
of it used In the prsctico of tbe regular physieiaaa of Phila
delphia lhao all other nostrums combined, a fact that caa
easily be established, aod fully proving that a scientific pre
paration will m-et with their quiet approval when prasautad
rven tn this form.
That this Medicine will care Liver Complaint and Dys
pepsia, no one can doubt, after using it as directed. It acts
spcitically upon the stomach and lively It ia preferable to
calomel in all Bilious Diseases tho effect Is immediate.
They can !e administered to FEMALE or INFANT with
safety and reliable benefit, at any time.
BEWARE OF COUUNTEEFE1TS.
This medicine has attained that high character which ia
necessary fur all medicinea to attain to induce counterfeiters
to put forth a spurious article at tba itskof the lives of thoaa
who are innocently deceived.
jIiook wtU to the marks of tht Genuine,
They have the written sigoMure of C. M. JACKSON op
on the wrapper, and tba name blown ta the bett, wdJU-t
vJifca they are panair.
For sale Wholesale and Retail, at the
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
No. 120 ARCH Street, ooe doo bo low Sixth (late of 378
Race Stieet.) Philadeluhia. and bv retsneciobla dealete
generally throughout tho country, 83:1
S3"r-r aaieaisony b. lullia?. Montpelier, vu
am a main, and dfam nnthln ahieh w)at tn mn f.ia.
eign to my fueling.
YOUTH AND MANHOOD,
A VIGOROUS LIFE.
KINK-LIN ea Mclf-PrcservatieB.
, ONV 33 CENTS.
Tb'u Book, hut publiihed. ia 6 1 led witk lufil inlormt.
tion, on tbe labrroiu.i and di.ea.ee of tbe Human tffftaia.
It addrca.ee ita jlfalika ta YOUTU, MANHOOD aod OLD
To all wbo annreb.nd or inff.r .nd.r ih. dir.
ce. orearljOrprotonsediodUcretiooa to ell who feel tba
eihauitive enTecte of aedeotary end baneful habita t. atl
who in addition to declining phreieal energy, ara the aietime
of na'voue and mental debilur. and nf moniar ud m.U
cbol defpondenejr, Dr. K. would eaj
READ THIS BOOK.
Tba valuable advice and imnreaalva imnr u m
prevent yeara of misery and suffering, and eavo annually
Parent', bv readme IL will learn haw ta nravant ihada.
structioo nf tbeii children.
Aroniittaoeeof35ccnu, enclosed in a letter, addressed
toDr KINKELIN, Philadelphia, will onsara a book, under
envelope, per return of Mail.
Dr. K. fifteen yws resident physician, N. W. Comer of
THUD and UNION Streets, between Spruce and Fiae.Pa.
mT be consulted coofidentially.
rie wno piaces nimseir under tba care or Dr. K., may rc
lijiouslr coufide io his honor as a gentleman, aod confident
ly rely upon hie skill aa a physician.
Persons at a distance ma adra Dr. IT. k letter, i ivhi.
pah ) and be cured at home
rACKJ(-3 UF MEDICINES, DIRECTIONS, Jcc fcr
wsrdnd, bv sendins a remittance, and nut aa an fram
damage or coj josity.
Booksellers, News Agtnts. "PedTars, Canraaserv. and
all others supplied with tbe above woik at very low prices.
Pbil-idolphiA, Aug. 18-0.
VALUABLE AND IM PORTA NX
Iiscovcry for the Care of
T1UR .oderiigned, aided at irit bj accident, aad I rakaa
nnentlr be rludr aad nractice. baa eucaeedaa in dijeor.
aring a thoroughly effieaciona and permanent car. for tka
rno.t nnnleaaant and cruel defect in apcecb. ainrnaraus io-
dif idmle of Iha fir.t rerpactability who h.Ta tried the plan
of ' ieatiMj tine," aod varioui other fooliek and naeleaa
ecbemee, wilhoot any aneeeet, aod oAan at an azpaaea .1
kottdreda of dollar,, nae pronoancod tbia a; etaai perfect i.
Tba method of core la1 founded upon ecienttac aad philo
aophical princiilea, i. etapla and eeey, aad ia tk. ouly aya
ua which hae received Iho uoaniatona approval of tk
Ceiuneaiea of curei in aay quantity ea. ba prodnead.
&2T No pay required. aalaM penact. aatiebtctio. ia given,
fcnoma at Ika liule Uolel, klontpnli.r Vt.
Z. K. HARMOX
Asguet let, 2BJ0. 5 3
Orieiiial k Sovereigi Balm Pills
ARE an invaluable Remedy tor MarvMd aad nick Head-'
ache, Colda, Favera, Julliosa Sjaptaaaa, Jenadica ,
Liver Complaint., Serofale, av.aey.Hamm la Ik. Weed,
alanlar Dyepapeia, WaakStoaaack, Weak Maee, He hi. I
Ataetlacior gcn.nl Dobllitv; aad arkaa electaalty Uiad
ra ear t. ha aiveraally adapud aa a fiuaiJy Mediciaa.1
Forpanlealara, aaa CircaJara.
Woae gen.ina aaleea Ik. maaif Dr. E. USoalaACa.
ia aa tba box. i
KTRacaived aad Car aal. by COLLINS A PI RACK, !ne
by TIMOTHY CROaaf tlAj
Saratoga Sprin. Water.
Ef) CA3Ed (rank riaialop Tictim vfaUr far Bala by
0 U BANCROFT A UOLMk.
July In, 1850. . " m
IML, Lawb. Far. WOT. UM.fmtJ
and Ilry, (aiailiby
- BAHCt AFT fc BOUOnf.
MONDAT, 9d SEPTEHBEB.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP,
2000 Tons Bui then, C STODDARD, Commander, will leata
as -c,rivrf no iwrta akiver, rorinagree,
On MONDAY, September 2d.
at 3 o'clock.
r ARK TO CHAGRES,
Afler Saloon, - ... ,105
Forward do - . -j 1U0
LowerSatooo,- . 90
Steerage, (Uattraaa aad Board,) - 63
PANAMA TO SAN FRANCISCO,
IN THE SPLENDID AND FAVORITE STEAMSHIP,
Firet Cabin, ... - $r
6eeond Cabin (Upper,) I Sam. . uiO
J o do (Low.er,; (table - IM
For Freight or Pa..:, apply to
J. HOWARD at SON. 34 Croadwar. X. T.
Annul IJtb. 1450. &3'lw
LANDS in Western Virginia, In largo ail small tracts,
improved or unimproved, and suitable fur farming, mil
linr. ia-ntetorlnir. and narticularlv for eheen iaisinf
Tha wild lands contain but littla usdarrowth. and without
cleanag the larger timber, can Da pni into grass loranoep
orcauat al inning expense sue coaniry is wurnu uj
innumerable spiings, aod by create aod rivers affording ad
mit abfo mill sites. Soil very rich and adapted to the
rrowlh of all tbo grasses and fruits ot tho Middle State,
Climafo healthy winters short and mild. This regioa is
unequalled by any in tho United States for sheep raising.-
mere are very row staves mroagaoui tveaiero virgim-.
Tha nonnt-tiaii ate moral and industrioos. Lands of all
prices Irom 50 cenu to $3 per acre. Forties owning flocks
el sheep, or acquainted with care of sheep, an J disposed to
remove to viigmia, may arraago wun iaou uanon ana up
itahsts there to advantage.
For Farther paiucalars enquire (post-paid) of
WM.li.HD WARDS, 40 Wall St.
136 Greenwich street.
rrnllBnionrietors be to crJl the attention ot the connois
X aeurs in TEA. and the beads of families to the Choiee
and Barn selection of Teas imported by them, aod hitherto
uaknown in this country, which, by their Iragianeo and del
icacy, eombineu wun vitgin purity ann iirenjtn, prouueo
no mlUPionoi surpassing riconess ana luvor.
Tbe Teas offVirod are the following:
Tbe Jeddo Bloom, a Black Tea, at 1,00 per lb.
" Kiphon, Do. 75 11
" Dian, Do. . M '
Osssca, a GieenTea, l.ro "
Too.tsiaa, Do. 7 "
" Tkki-laiaa, Do. W
Ud fi 31itture,a compound of tba
most r.re and choice Teas grown
on tho genial aod fertile soil of As
sam. IfiO '
JJOWiih a view to encooiige the introduction of there
matchless Teas, it is tbe intention of t&e proprietors to dis
tribute hy lot, among the purchasers ,a quantity of Tea
equal to tne
FIRST YEAR'S PROFITS,
OS Til". SALES EFFECTED,
Each porcbnier will receive encloeed ia tba package, a
cumbered certificate, entitling biro to
ovrjt? cii.t.vci; r.v time JBtsnziBt,'-
a-rPOIl EVERY FIFTY CESTSXS
laid out, and un Ibe receipt, amouoting to $30,000, tba ua
dermeulionod parcels ot lea, lo tba value ol ten per cent.
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AS
According lo tho following SCALE:
S FrizeeofoJ Ibe. Tea each at SI, 00 per Ib. 250 Ibe or f260
SO " 25 " ' 500 " 500
50 " 10 " SOO " 500
100 " 5 " " 500 SOO
0 1 " 250 " 25U
Pllle. in a!U 2000 rMOO
Tbo.e peieone wbo prefer the lower pticed Teal, eao re
ceive Ibeti prixes in prrptuion, or
CrTaanltler arcaaied far Cadai rtaWiiraetn
Country Ageote 'required. Application, to be addresltd
(poet paid) to tbe uoinpany'a uepol, aa anove.
June. ISiO. 77
VtlOR WOOl if delivered at nnr etora
r STOEaa A LANGDO.V.
fllHAT valuable property in Montpelier Village so long
- ana lavoraoiy Known to tne pu&ue as too
ShcBarct Tavern Stand.'9
fe sow offered for sale upon teima that cannot fail to make
it a good investment, tor tne oorchaser.
Apply to 8. B. CO LB V, Agent for tho Proprietors.
Montpelier, June S4th, 1859. 60
BLACK LACES AND
CTORCB A LANGDON hava ia.t received a tine aieort-
V nwat r FRINGES and BBUSdElS LACE EDGINGS
ar Vl.itef , abawle aad Dreesee.
We call the Attention
fT averv man wbo waota a COAT. VEST or PANTS.
V lolookatagreatvarielv rt BROADCLOTHS, Black
aad Fancy DOESKINS and V13T1NGS, balora purchuing
aiaewaere. vv a can euit you all.
Jane 6. 74 KEITH A BARKEX.
nAPK rAPS PAPS
07 1000 CAPS, OF ALL STYLES AND
dualities, lur sate by w. x. HUKiiitAai.
A T W. T. BURN If A M' will bo found the Largest aod
Best Assortment of II At a. ever ea-ered inr sale in Ver-
moat Bebee's Sew York, and Bent dt Bash's Boston,
uruiu ni i.c riAi-, or auquanuea.
Also. Summer Hats, consisting of White Beaver, White
Bnrab, Pearl, .Leghorn, Panama, China Pearl, Rattaod, e.
Qr At Wholesale or Retail.
GREAT COUGH REMEDY
CH EKKY rECTOXAX
F.r the Care) mt
aiTEXA aad OOWIV-CPTXOV
The annals of me1:eal ecienee. aflordinc aa tber do ample
proof ol tho power and value of many medicinal agents, havo
fornished do oxamplea to compare with the salutary effect
produced by " AYEtt'd CHERRY PECTORAU''
ino remaraanie cores 01 oiseasee oi tne uog wniea
have been reallaed by tts nso, attested as they are by many
Comment professors and pbysieias ia this and foreign
nds, should eocours-e th alBietalto persevere with too
strong assurance that tbe use of tbe Cherry Pectoral" will
relieve ana ultimately care taem.
Wa Moeeat to the pablic unsolicited tettimeoials from
noma of tbo fiist men io the country, upon wbo-e judgment
and exnerienee implicit coafidenee nuv bo nlaeed.
DR. PERKLYS. President Vetmmt Medul CoUere.
aaa of tha most learned aod intelligent physicians lathe
country, coosldere it a "composition wf tarn escot.eneo lor
tne cam oi mat lormioania duease, uoosuniptioA."
Norwich. A or II 26 IR4-.
Dr. J. C Ayer, Dear Elr : Agreeable to tbo request of,
yonr agent, wa win eneenuuy state want wo aavo known of
uo oaucts os yoor na.i..i rbuiURAb, ana uiey aavo
been astonishing indeed. Mis. Betsey Streeter had been
afflicted with a severe and relentless Coah. which ledueod
her very low, so that IiU.e hope could ha latcitained of fear
recoveiy. jNnmerooa remedies had been tried wilhoot ef-
feet, before tho UIItHlti l'EU UKA. And that hae
cared hr. George Waiainsoo, Esq., had to oar knowledge
bt-en afflicted with Asthma, for eleven years, and grown
yearly worse, antil tha Cherry Pectoral aaa now removed
tho disease and be ie aa free from aay o iu symptoms aa we
are. Tho R-e. Mark Dana had been ao severely tttacaed
with Rroncbiiti, aa to disable him from his duties, and
nothing bad afforded him relief until I jtli . Thoratag) ear
ned him a bottle of roar PECTORAL, which cared him at
aaea ami ha now officiate aa usual in hie place.
These am three of tha caeaa fa which wa have know it
evccetfful, hut never loftiL Wo hava great pleasure ia
certilyiM to these facts ; aad are, r.pected sir, your ham
Ua eervaets. KEY. DAVID THORN INO.
HON. JOSEPH BATTLES.
Aosong tha distinguished aatboiities who have given their
samea U recommend tho CUERRY PECTORAL, aa tbe
hast remedy that ia known for the Affections of tho Laogo,
ore tha "London Lancet, "Canadian Journal of Medical
Science," "Boa too Medical aad Surgical Jo-real ' "Char
lestoaS.C. Midical Reviaw," "New Jersey Medical Ro
porter,' Prof. Webster, Harvard College, PraC Bartlett,
Traaaylvania University of Medi'eiao, Preeideal Perfcuw.
Vermo-t Medical CaUooa. Dr. Valentino Mot-. New York
City, Parksr CUavelaad, Bowdoin Calloga. Plot Batter
gold, Willooghby CoHege, Ohio, PioC Braitawaite, Laoda.
(Eagload,) Medical School, Sir Bicaerd Koaa, Qoesa's Z
Isga- Iretaad, PraC Koeobaam. Leipaic
Tha public hava hat to kaow tha virtoos aad astonishing
soccses af tha Cherry Poctaral, ia cariog diseaaoa af tha
Luge, wheo Uay will feel aocara Croas thaaa daofara,
whenever this raasedv caa ba abuiaaA. 8u3mi
BoM Wbolooalo aad KaUU W COUAUB PIEICB,
Bad at Wheleeala kv T. A. Pack. arBnata. - al ..!!
T Rod. Id A Omnia. Maaaoaliar; Cha'e Ckapania.Woad
etook i E. Craebv, WaJpola t Parkin k nie e.7ciitIatM:
. vv . naara, niieueie ; mum at Clark, Bnuleboro
HkImU A IJailh, Melt FaHa s mmd ay draiHa aad mml.
aiata naaditiaafnantHy tAfo ,healUa Buia. 78 a
" t el
S of Jon.
IAY STATI HI JLIJ
MANTLES & SCARFS,
la the tateet aad aaeatt Improved etylea.
Atoe, Geatleea'i Travcll teg;
will ba famished hy the subscribers in aay quality, at tha
very lowest prices Purchaser will pleaao aotico that th
gnaina Bay Suto Fabrics bear tickets correspoadiag with
tha abovo cat, aod tbey will also bo distinguished fraca all
other Woolen Shawls, by their splendid haisb, fiae taxtara
andbnUiaocy of e-lors.
Orders solicited irom an secuons oi ue country, aod taw
ame wilt bo promptly attended to.
JEWETT k PRESCOTT, "
IVe. 2 Mltk street,
Aapiet 15, MM. SMmie.
IMRACE SCIDDER k C9JHtL
AGENTS FOB OLD ESTABLISAED LINES OF
ALBANY &, NEW YORK
FKK1GBT received and forwaded at tha lowest ratea,
with despatch, to anv port In the United Stataa. Ia first
don v on so Is, and insurance made when desired. Apply to
oraaaraaa v-unaiaaa-? oiuaaa
No. 1 Met can tile Wharf, Commercial St., Baatoa
May 3, IbSO. hi.Cai
MRS. E. KIDDER'S
THE MOBT PESFECT REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Dysentery,
Simmer Complaints of Children,
and Diarrhaa, either recent
THE pablic have been familiar with this medicino for
aearly twenty yeara; and through ita intrinsic merit
it has created for itself a wide spread maiket, both ia thin
and distant cuaatnea. It haa never been equalled by aay
other medicine, aad there is no prubcbility that it aver can
be excelled. Its powers in effecting aa lmmediata CtTSE
ia every caae ol
Cholera, Bynenterv. Mt
o every country and in eveiy climate, haa aatoalshed tha
world. Physicians have looked oa Ibeir dying patients with
wonder and astonishment, at seeing them revive aad be
come restored, wbeo the last spark of life seemed ta bo
flickering, and all bopoof recovery bad fled. Sach casee
havo been tvery day occurrences. It ia not too much ta
say, tfcat aot a singlo case from either of theaa diseasea
need bo lost, when this medicino ia administered ia aay rea
sonable time, ao sure is it to cure.
It eeldftn requires mora than a few dayi ta core tfc
woist casee ; and all recent caaea ara cored u tho coarse of
a few hours.
At tbia season of tha year every family slum Id hava it
at hand in case of sudden attacks, as tbe immediate asa of
th cordial will entirely prevent aay serioua eichaesa
Mrs. E. KIDDKK, luvcatoraBea
S3rSbIil aa romaer! at tbe elddtand,
100 COURT STREET, Boston,
By MRS. E. KIDDER k C9.
AGENTS. Red Said s Grannie, 8.K. COLLINS, Meat
pe'.ier; N.Blake, Corinth ; J. M. Richardson. Waits&eld;
F.At II. Kejos, iNewbory; and by dealers in Medtciaa gta
Boston, May. 1850.
C.S.HalVs Dye House
OUR ENTERPRISE has no limits, ia coosaltioff tha
pablie convenience t With such a spirit ia view, Na.
70 Core hill, shall henceforth ba a general nucleus Iron
whan dyed, ehall ba promptlv deipatebed, if the deetinatiaa
ie kunwn, bj Eip;aa,-d alpean paid one wav, U ant
email eilad paekaea.
KTDitoct to C. 3. BaMI. who for over twealv.fir.
jaare baa aelivel; applied bimaalf u tha artofDjeiar.
tTH.B. 8hupkaapera, wuhiejlo net aa tr.au, tnanr
vilh .willnirtbe required to abara tha cant af freiiht.
and will lie a Mowed a liberal eoaunuaion.
Bakersfield Academical Institu
tion. THE Fall Term will comma ace oa Wedaeiday. Bant i.
Kurd 81 per weak.
J.S.SPAULDINa, A. Principal,
C.C.BISBEE, A.M. Aeaoeiala rrineinal.
ProCS. M. B ASSETT, Teacher or Manic.
M. AX ME LE TE3TEE, Teacher or rrench.
. t .... , .... S.OAKE3,8craUrr.
West Randolph Academy.
FALL TEAM h,j, Sept. 4.
WINTER TERM Nov. 27. t
... .A.UT1S ADAH8, A. B. Principal,
Mm MARIA GRANT, PreceplreeeT
Viae ELLEN L. GR13WOLO, Teacher of Manic.
Cot. won Eaglieh Brinrhei, oo
Latin and Cinek, Tgg
Drawl a, and French.Titm, eirh 1,0.
Maaie, with ue. ofinatrusieat, extra, ,00
No iacideaUl char I, except for actual darntj. doom.
la nal Guailioe. near Ih. Aen.. he, I . I vji I.
weak. Thar, ara ale. ampl. aceommodatiooa f. thoa.
wiahiag I. board tbeaualvea or to board ia clabe. Any
wiihia, aaaialanoa In procaria: hoard, mav avolv to th.
' A CLASS will be formed nf Umm. daaininv ta taaeh. t.
whichMMcial atteatiou will a. firen.
LECtUAES will h. fivcodurinf lb. Una npo. School
Teaching, aad tba Natural Scieucaa.
i mm laeaiio. al uua latutatio. in a vill.je compart tlvo
V ale, aad ua. froaa temptatione lo Ulenaaa and diaaipa
a. ad it. aeceaaibiUtx by railroad, reudeia it a tavoranl.
literal raaort. Special can will b. taken bv th. teacbera
aenard live Ileal tad habiu1 tb. Mit.a , i
duub m ai A hu.t tar rarniabed bj tha Principal at
Fat farther iafonnalioa. apply by letter or otl
hv. 8. Sparhawk, J. P. Kidder, Eeq, or to lb. 1
EDIIITNn WFjlTnV h.'.i.
Waat Saaoolph, July, 18S0, e6m
Orange County Grammar School.
" I -H.? rK T"m ot 11 "aaaa, of ibia Seminary opooa oa
. a. H'.'SV- d" ot
5r, .AN,J A-B- Pnocipal.
M. aV WRIGHT, Aaiaeiau.
Bra. K. M. MANLY. r,.r.r,,,...
1. H. PATTERSON, Laclarai on Anatomy.
Ta. Coaraitlee conaider tbeaieelv,. forionale ia beta a
ble to eoutlnao the earvieae of Mr. Manly wk. hu U
chart, of th. echool for tbo laat two yeara, and feel pleia
r It aaturinr tboaa who may wiah lo hava their children)
thoroachlvtaoaiit and nrnonrl. ear ad lor in . .
thhMney will b. qoite aafb la aaadin; Hem to tkia lnetita-
Voani man preoarinj to teach will have th. advaauv.a
or aUlly reciutioa and diill in tha theory aad practie. mf
.art. Laclnre. upoa thia.aealMiunoa eciealite nnd aaa.
aral topica.will ba fivan, weakly, by th. Principal, aaal
Board ia private familial, and room, for .elf-boardera ai.
farnlaned anno tha a.i .....ki.
, Tafia, for all Bntlieh bruchaa $,00, to which fiflv eta.
TTr uca 'an aga. Taa aaual extra chai a eja
KV F. REDFIELD, 1
. NUTTING, t
3B R. PARISH, CeauttM.
Rudatph, July 31. ISSD.
EN CR1S WOLD, j , i .
firs. Thayer ft Williams '
Iy.MU.i0-:o--';aip InUn practie. ef
HAVE aatared iota Ca-portaeiahi ii
Mcdkm and Surry, at NanhnelaV
rIAU'l. IV TK
SAM'L W. THAYER,
, . EDWARD H. w
vmmmmnmr in. toaav
PBCK A LEWIS hav. .aaaaaaA to SpaUiaf'a aiharaa'.
wker. waehonld h. haoovto a..or m.. Al
l .4 all etbera wuhinf to bay node cheap. Wo hav. juot
letaraeet fraca Maikat with a full atack of COOD8. haalifet
wil caeh, and ara eeDiastheai at vary low price.
llour, JVinu, b m, UUs, faints, untk a general
amrtmtnt of WtM, India cmd "rmntfic
W. ara.14 aay taaaw aad aU, give aa a call, ead w. will
"afV ya. by Mr low priaaa, that It will ba aa object h,H
eaJln in. Good, aald by Ua paxUfa a rmrj - "
Caaha.AiU.aU kradiefCeMtryPnxi.ee. J
Satnrnad from Vtaa.
OTOUIA LANGDON hava jaat i.tar. ai'traai I
wit a van.iy nr acarc. and daairabia -
la- mm, 9MWM, J- WaW,
Lmm,Hwg, Gimp, Mnrxittg Glt, If.
K.iekLacof ft Fringea, A