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CENTRAL HOUSfcj
No. 9. Brattle Sauare, Boston.
(Between Brattle and Elm Streets.)
B.H. WEBSTER, aod Proprietors
THE eubsciibers, formf-rly of Rocklrighara, Vt. baTiax ta
ken the CXJTTKmtXi MOUSE, Bottom, would
rtpctfaUy n -to their country friends and tnnllera
generally, that by Uriel application to their business, a ready
nd cheerful attention n the wanta and convenience ot
those who ma j fkror them -with their calls, they bqpolo
receive share of their patronage.
Their Uone beiof located ia the moat central part of lm
taea,aod also, baring attached to it a larre stable, always
wllatUuded, makesHamoudesUable phee for business
ncn and sojourners in the city.
A.W. WBIGHT, a. H.WXBSTM.
Boston, Aufvst, Ifc49. 43yeop ;
SPRING! SUMMER
CLOTHING!
GENTLEMEN of ttii vicinity, vlsitine; Coltun, in wsul
ofuKlltST B.ATE article of Cloth inr, for Spring fc
-Soutoier Wear, are particularly invited lo call ai
MOWN&LAWRENCE'S
Basement oftbc Old State House,
FRONTING STATE STREET,
BOSTON,
Where can bo found a Jarre ami eiton.iv. Stock of
FAr-llIONABLE'
jAEADY-MADE clothing,
manufactured bv the best uf workmen, and fiotu the
NEWEST STYLE OF GOOD3,
of late importation.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
at price at low ai any Olothini home in the ' Union.
TbealtetVion 01 country uoie- w.-.u-..,
pCloth'mx fcdapied for the Calil-iima Market constantly
.on band.
CA-USIENTS SIADE TO ORDER,
, .11. c l ..l..ia,l frnm t nisi Kivrin
f rom new ana uefirauio w-idw ,
importation, together w ith a general assortment ol r ancy
A,uei.s, . CAI.lI AT THE
Old STA TE HO USE, fronting Slate Si.
67 MtOSTO.Y. iy
CUTLER & ST1CKNEY,
' Lite CUTLER, UAVt CO.
Dealers In
Faiats, Oils, and Window Class,
llRUCS.SIEDIClNES i. DYE-STUFFS,
.Vo. 131 tf 135 Slate, and Ao. 1 India Street,
Opposite the JVtw Custom House,
A t.. crm.r.n. BStj"iAU H.ST1CKXET.
IUto Con.lautly on hand,
.nd foraale,
UNSEED. SPERM
and
WHALE-
OIL,
Aunnrnv 0L1AB8.
P1RITS TURPENTINE,
Uoacn at t orouora
Yaraish.
Philadelphia, Brsloa and
Aortoia
AVkitc Lead,
PATENT
Medicines,
t the lowest Cash or credit
pi lees.
Country Merchant
ana
r ran.MfiiU invited to
II be tore purcbaung else
where.
Feb. ISZQ. 62:6m
SIXTH EXHIBITION
OF THE
MASSACHUSETTS CHARITABLE
MECHANIC AO CITION,
For tbe Encouragement OI"
Manufactures
AND TUE
-Mechanic Arts,
Wtllte ptmt Famenii Bmltt,
im Ikecilg f
;' BOSTON,
. On Wednesday, September 11, 1850.
THEOoremmentof Ih. Awoci.tioo belnj
full power to mak. all oeceuarj arranjene jla for th.
.,hilVt"on,re.pectfullj in.He and ..licit the Mech.nK.
i...faeli, Anial. ao l Inventor. ofouJ CMntrTilo or
fcr for Eih'h"n . Premium all workarf ArlalUll
to promote the intererti of ro.okind. n; 1
ilEDALS (or Gold or Slim,) r nonorary Diptonaa
-iM he awarded, a. the article, exhihited may derrer..;
andlhi M.n.et. pledge thcm.elTe. th.t the .UKint im
S.riialitTh.llb.obier.edinairdi.tribotion. .
ARTIUI.13 for Premium .hould he .ent in mum t.
reil.wr.d bylhe Kec.ir.nt Clerk, at Quine, Hall, Q or
lothaTh of September, or forcopieeof th. Circutar rw
Xi 5. PwSm Rule, and reEul.tioo. of the ExhibiUo.
will Weal. addr... the Socrclarr of the, .ociatiori (poal
aid).tBtn. ' FRED. U. STIMSQN. BacTatarT. I
M.IM.19S0. 76:3m t
FIRE ENGINES!
UILTin th. rnoitthorouth nanoer.nolIiaM.t.o'f.to
r I.. .J.,r.nUd tO dO ZOOd OMCUtlon.
Kafe'S: me.nomle.IEnl.tt.t tutaJWtt.
and are afforded .o low that erety Villaze, Faery, i
"eilbborhood, can afford loTutcba... protection a...l
r,Eo"tine. warranted to bo of power equal to any other ma
MM, wa imnua... J. C.fc j . U .PADDOCK
PaDDOCE'.Fcxwaex, j
7eu
Ht-jonnaourr. 1
wuawt SI SHAWLS!
A Larg" Lot.of Black nod Chargeable color.; Silk Bb.wUi
A ,e cheap, l.t. "i'e4'l"8XOBES LANGDON. ,
A Safe that is A Safe.
rrUF. .ui.a.jfb.r I. agent for Ih. J of DENIO, CUE-
m si r"r "j i"w-in. ....,
.... .1 my .to,., FlB, Dee. lSUi. lMSL
Msatre.lienio. ineneyec , . .
GwtiT-The aafe we bought of yon was in the file ifls
'anoar ouraeiyo. luiiuu.. . ---
Yours r e.pectfully,
J. i 8. W. PUTNAM.
For Sale ly TIMOXUY CKOSS.
M01.tpelier.Jan. 1.18M M
LirnM 5MF.W-YORK.
JOSTred. MM.or!PARA66LS fc RIBSOHS from
B01100. . . . j . ,
Cue. of BONNETS-wi.. r7vSSSV:
Jan. 10..
78 .
Kl VNK ROOKS.
AFRESH 6UPPLTt of .11 ort.,-iu.t rM.ivjijl
aal.by E. P. WALTOM it 80H.J
Jan. M,!".'"
SILK MUSLIWS.B,.
- A NOTHKR Lm- of Ihoaa dMirabl. Bummaj DreatOMdl
NOTICE. -
1 r t a.rro.1 having nn..nUd accouala ,wHfc Badger,
A ".'iflESS Barker?. r-M '"""
um wilh the .rn-ciib.,., who "ZZXfcgg
J.ae e, MH. V
Would ca3 the attrntlao ol Purchaser, to their imm.nss
and complete easortment of
RICH SILKS,
OF ALL.THE. ' '
New aai Tarlaas Styles aHrTCslers
CASHMERE
LONG & SQUARE
SHAWLS,
Of Choice Designs,
IS
White, Black, .Blue, Green & Id ode
CENTRES.
A large lock of all colors and qualities
CRAPE SHAWLS,
Both Embroidered aad Plain.
A GREAT MANY
BLACK SILK SHAWLS,
OF ALL SIZES.
DIFFERENT WIDTHS fc. QUALITIES OF
SILKS
FOR VISITES AND DRESSES.
SIXTY CASES
DESIRABLE
,DRESS GOOX)S,
SUCH A3
XatMiaxf nt$, mtlpmetat, Caekmtm,Bnrrgei,
.IIuiHui, iJfmg Itami, Beialnra, ttc.
.Together with a full aelectiou of
Mourning Goods,
Also, a!lthe
LATEST t$- MOST FASHIONA
BLE STYLES OFi
VISITES & MANTILLAS,
OF ALL QUALITIES,
All of which we offer at the most
DECIDED BARGAINS,
o that all may be assared that the fulJ value of their money
wil! be returned to them.
Wegire yoo some ItJK.tSO.YS 1 111 it will be
to yoor advantage to purchase of as :
tu Wo do an immense u9 ine;t , and can afford to sell
at a small ad ranee over the cost.
2d. We can purchase, ourselves, cheaper in consequence
ofbuying in large quae lilies.
3d. Our eipenses are smaller in proportion toour business.
than any oiber store in New England.
4th. We close off, at tbe end of every business season.
all the old stock on haod.Tbis enables us to take adraatage o
tbe market, and always offer new goods.
5th. We sell only for CASH, so that we ara not obliged to
overcharge our cut lowers in order to cuke up losses on bad
dbts4
Finally, our stock is selected with special reference to the
Fashionable Retail Tiade, and comprises the plainest and
cheapest fabrics, as well as the richest and bo-t,
F. A. JONES & CO.,
J'o. 1 Trcmont How,
NEARLY OPPOSITE HEAD OF HANOVER STREET,
BOSTON.
ka, 11, 1853. . 74.6n.o,ii
LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.
Im I. ITT EL Ij &. Co., Corner of Trcmont .nil
Ulomnciu atrceU
T.. wo.a I. aroodaetrd in tbe .pirit of Littell1. Moseum
of Fomito Literature, (which uaifi.or.hljr rccei.ed.by
the public for twenty year.,) hut a. it ia twire as.urre.
and appe.r. .o ouen, m. wi wimuiicii
rre.hnes. to u oy many 111105. m.m uu.tu ..7 .
month', delay, but while thu. encoding hi. .cope and jath
erinr; a rrealer and more attractive eatielj, i. able to to in
...... ih.uiliil and iub.urli.1 part ofbll liurarv. hiltori-
ulrind polilic.1 h.r.e.t, a. fully to ratiafj Uia want, of
tbe Amencaj reaoer. , , . ,
Th. l.bnf.io .nd atatelr Eai.r. of the Eitdiurrl. On
tertf, other Review.; and frfarireod',nbbIe critici.ni
on Poetry, and hi. keen Political Commentaric, highly
wrought Tale, aod vivid drcriptlon. of rural and mountain
Scenrry ; and the contribution, to I.iter.ture, IlLlory, aod
Common Life, b, the .asacioo. Sprctazor, the .parkling Ex
aminrr.the judiciou. ikfafn, the hn.y and indo.lrtou.
Litfrort Oairttf, the .eniibte and compreheoiive Britu-
ui, the .oner ana revpecuti. wfw ..i.r, u,...
. tn..m..1 wtili the Military and Naval t'mini.eence.
of the railrd Serrie. and wilh tho beat article.of the
Urn Umtrrnly.-nc" Jlmltl,, rttin-, jr ,jiia.ai-w,
t!.r. i Smortar Mawaiuut. and of Ckaiaaer.' admirable
Journal. He doe. not convider it UJnealh hi. diguity to
a -nnn.h ,n.k.. b of the llmni1" r of 7 he TiaM.
The steamahin b.. brought Europe, A.i., and Africa, In
to our .eiyhboi hood ; and wlllsreauvmuiupiy our connec
tion, a. Merchant., Traveller, and Politician., with all
part, of the worid; .otbat much wore than ever it now
becomea every iitelligent American to b. Informed of the
condition and change, of foreign ceuntriel.t Andtblinoi
becuuie of their nearer eonnwliouwiih-corehe.tiot he
eau.e tlx nation. .Mm to bo lia.tei.ing through .rapid
procei. of change, o ome 'new ll.te of thing., which
Uie merely political prophet cannot compute cr fure.ee.
Grogiaphieal Di.covene., tho progtes. ol JJolonizition,
I which i. oatending over the whole world, and Voyage,
and Travel., afford favorite matter for hi. .election.; and,
In general, tbe editor .jitemnticallj and very fully ac
quaint, bi. reader, with the great department of foreign
nRUII., WIUIOUI ncc.Cbunc "wi vnu.
While the Living Age i. deniable to all who wi.h to keep
them.elve informed of the rapid progrw. of rieni.erncnt
K.,im... nivin.a. Lawyer., and PLriieianv to men
l..,u,".ib of leiiure. it will be inuud t. be equal'
ly attractive and uelul to their Wive, awl Children.- it i.
iodi.pen.able in every well-iiifoTmed faniily. We aav ia.
dupaaiale, becau.e in Ihi. day of cheap literatMe it i. not
poxibleto guatd.agalut lb. inUul of.what i. had in lute
ind vicioiu iMnb, -i any other way than by futnuhlng
eurncieat.npplr of a healthy character. Tea mental and
moral appetite Matie gratiSed. '
rt. la. uaaal ireiil tk.cJU." bv pro 'dint
buLd.nlly for lb. im.giraiion, aim uy a iarg.couecuo. oi
mM.k. v....a and Travala. Ili.torr. and more solid
.VT.. . m nrodnced. well ca.eulill tor Universal
papalarky, and to rail. th. atud.rd of poblicla.la.
tTThi..acelIetwiik ia Mbli.li.d ;viy Saturday, by .E.
LITTELL lJ., Bono., who a.ppiy oruer. wy w..u iivui
allp.n.of the-eoa.try. BoinitanT.eM t. Ihewi 4 they
n.mnhlnt. i,r 4ft uiee. double culumu octavo
Price I2r9r!eitti.t by the year, Six)Dollar. W.
adj. u, onr own iecommendatIou.vtr.al our reader, will
value inawulf more, a letter foai tUa late Ei-PiciWet,
J.Q. Adjm.: wsaSihDitrVieor
20f alllhi" Inoaeimurnala devptei M" Liter or. ..nd
Science which abouoo in. curope auu ia 1.... wumij, "...
ha. appealed to me to be the molt u.efuL- It contain, indeed
k. inn nnt. nf the corrcnt'literatur. of th. Enclilh
language, but thl. hy it. immeu.e extent .ud oompreheneio.
include., poitraitore of the faaman mrod in the mmoatcx-
pan.Ion of tb. pre.ent age. J.-Q. AUAHS."
u . :. f A .imI ilnHH Can.,, .old Bt ill.
.IO?,".,r.,S"V ' 70:1.
Dooniiorc i .
Leather Belting.
N. HUNT & CO.,
IV. 36 Devonshire Street, Boston,
Manufacture and keop con.Untlyto. hand, for .ale,
EST OAK TASKED I.EA'I'tlKK HKLT1SG.
BELT RIVETS & BURRS,
SUPERIOR. BELT CEMENT,
AKD EXTRA UUALITV LACK LEATHER.
BELTS MADE TO ORDER a. WARRANTED..
N. ll.de CO.'r..peetfully refer to th. following, touching
th. quality . f their Belling:
WE lb. .nderaignod, having in ue th. Oak Tamved
Leather Belting, rnatafactared hy N. Hunt fc CNo.
3t Devomhlr. Street, Beaton, do cheerfully recomn.ea4 It
t. Manfactr.r. and Macbim.U, and have no heiitatio.
in aaymg, that fur quality of nock, uniformity of thicknesi,
bercxthorour.lyeurlebed.tbe.a.ieriarnianneror iu r.n
faetdre, and it. durability, it i. equillo any we hiv. ever
WJUTII BOSTON IRON CO., South Button,
SETH WILMARTH. Union Worka.South Boilon,
JOHN SOUTHER, Glob. Worka,.8outh Boston,
SETH ADAMS fc CO, Steam Esgm. fc Power Prwa Bu;l-
der. South Boat on. 3
HINCKLEY' DB'JRV, Bo.too Locon.iv Work., Boa'a
WM WASHBURN, Sawing fc flaming Mill, Uovtoo.;
A. C. fc W. CURTIS, Piper Manurac'., Newton L. Falls.
JOHN E. WILDER, Salamaader Safe Manufact'r, Boiion.
W. W. ALCOTT. Supl't Suffolk Flour Mills, IUIM.
HENBV BRBVOORT, Agent Gleudoa Kolling Mill.; Eut
Boston. 1
THOMAS DtTBON, Boatoa Sugar Ret. err, E. Boston;
F. MAIN. S.periotendent M.rblehead Cordage C.
DAVENPORT BRIDGES, Car Builders, Oambildgep't.
EDWD XANG, Snp't .f-Spianiar Boor, for8.well.0ay
fc Co.,Cordag Maoofacturers.
r.ra. CREHORE. Paver Manufacturer, N.wwa Iwer
Falhr.
OTIS TUFTS, Suara Engine Builder, East Bottom
8-5-N. HUNT fc CO., an a genu tar. SWINGLE'S
MlTrriSINS MACHINES. .
Aprils. . V -7t:ai
CONGRESS WATERS
JUBT. &ECEI VED Jre.h Iromlhe Opting, ny
. COlXINS fcPlEKCB.
' MMtp.im, J.ly 17ih; IBW. , v- rg
. COI LIVER. OIL., j
WAMANTED PIE1CC
JaJyirtJ,Jrm
- The National M
LIFE IHSDRAHCE COMPANY,
CAp ? -9 f vr, mm w
. -UNITED: STATES.
' On the Mutual.Principle.
OFFICE, STATE STREET, MONTPELIER, VT.
"Lif. Iruurtao. i. the pwrlmao's wealth aad a goad in-
Testaent ror ua capiuiuuv
OFFICERS, .
' HON. WILLIAM C. KITTBEDGE, Fre.U.rt.
EDMUND WESTON, '
DANIEL BALDWIN, J Vice Pie.idenU.
JULIUS CONVERSE, )
DIRECTORS,
WM-CKiTTREDQE, PAUL DILLINGHAM,
TIMO. P. BEDFIKLD, JULIUS V. DEWEY,
EDMUND -WESTON, DANIEL BALDWIN,
HOMER W. Jl EATON, JOS. 1). DANFOBTU.'
BOARD OFFlNANCE.
EDMUND WE8TON, HOMER W. IIEATON,
JULIUS Y. DEWEY.
Mediexl Examiner; JULIUS T. DEWEY. M. D.
,;Coo.ulting Phyielaa, FRfD W. ADAMS,' M.D.
SecreuryT ROGER 8. HOWARD.
B3rW invite th. attention of the public to the principles
of tbia Company. lis charter is liberal, and fuini.be. ad.
viDtarev to those wi.hing to become inured, equal, it not
: .1 rn.T. rn v. T..;nn
aupeiiar iv uj.um. .j..mj ...w...
11 1. ImsIin) in a kiahiw climate 1 ' amors a people ofa vix
jjrona eonvtiiotion. aod of fixed and regular habit. For
V.o reuoo., it. risk will be Us ; the (canem of iu
Aaoagement greater. Iu inve.tmente will be safer. Its
'twines, directed with greater frudince and merry. All
die profile at the end of every five year, will bo put to the
aredit of th. Life Policir..
As a Frrraaat institution it ha. peculiar claim, to th.
Patronage or tbe people 01 tne state.
(ffCrPeraon. wishing Inauranco with tbi. Company will
ke furnished Willi form, of applicaliu-t by applying at the
taccf Ih. Oompaoy, or to any 01 it. agents.
jIABTFORD LIFE & HEALTH
INSURANCECOMPANY.
Invested Capital $100,000.
GENERAL AGENT FOR VERMONT,
L. C. BINGllAill. Willi.tou. Vt
To whom application, may be .eut from all part, of tb.
'Stale. J
33-Centra! Office of this Agency, Eut aids Court House
sjquare, isarunglnn, VL
N. WARD, M. V. Medical Examiner.
JT. W. HOWE'S, .llocitpolicr,
Agent fur Washinjioo County.
C M. HUB LEE, M. D. Montpelier, Medical Esaminer-
MCDICAL KXlMtAEBf FOB THE COCUTT OF WA1II! KGTOST
Augustus Carpenter, M.i).
Uarre.
urn a etnuu,
U. S. Dcmin.
Lester Kings ley,
P. V.Thaer.Jr.
N. Baneioti,
D. C. Joycelin.
J H. Itin'bau).
C. If. (neTtlsod,
Berlin,
Calais,
Morirwnt
North Geld,
FUiniieUI,
V itiUfttJJ,
Warren,
Wmlerbnry,
Cicbmond.
Keuben iimmi,
LOCAL AGCNTi.
WOumVA.tl!, Waterbury.
II EM AN CARPEXTEB, NortbfieJ,
J. M. RICIIAllION, WMit.BblJ.
Th9 Ilarlfmtd M.iCr & Ilratth luttiramce
Annoanees to the public thai hy 1 h liberal provisions of Its
Charter it is e nab .ml to offer aJrvotsses supetloi lo ibttae
presented by anyotlitr Company in tbe Uuited Mates.
It has three divtinet departments, rumbioitix thenrtvilew
fes of three sop Jrale Campanlef, with only Ibo expeost of
COndUCUnj; a siojie insinuiion, ana cuniroii'Mi uy unn uuaro
of llirectors.tnui securing barirnny, fio-ility and.afety.
OA" VMM MS .TgWrVrir. X'Lrt,V,
This Company will ioAure at the usual ritei.and in three
particulate claim tho aupeiionty ovtr all mutual Cuojpa
oies. 1st Pedactinc only ten per cent, commisiion frum tha
Mutattl lmntauce Fund, loilctd ol tbe xi-mss xxransKS uf
tbe Company annually.
2nd. Giving scrip certificates of profits each year, piya
bl in cash when two hundred thou!and dollars has bccuidu
.tied as a reserved muto! fund, such sciip bearing interest
from date and tranrfereibte.
3rd. In addition to the Mutual Tnnd abd reierred Fond,
received fiora Iutual Insurers, the capital stock, on hun
dred thousand du.Urs. and all the reseived fund of tbe Joint
Stock insurance ts prdxd fur tbe payment of losves.
OJT YMMB JOt.YY STOCK PMtJ1't
The rates ate reduced one third the amount charged on tht
mutual plan, the Company tik'ms only whit it is woeth,
to insure a life ajiTea amuunt, fut a ,iven time', lostead ol
taking more than an eiuitabln sum and alierwnrds p4ying
back a part of omk's own Montr and calxikg iksohcch
r nor it. The advantages of Uiis mode of inuraace over the
mutual plau may thus be illustrated. Hoppo a father, at
tbe age f thirty two yean, resolves to expend twety-fivo
dollars per annum for insurance on his life. On the Alutual
plan it would secure him a policy of o..e ihius&ud dollars.
Ua the Joint Stock plan, the ame twentV'tive dollars witl
secure him a policy ot ooe thouind aud live hundred dol
lars.. All that be can expect in itvoi 01 prouis 1.0 caiteaj
on the mutual plan cannot exceed one half the earlv pay
ment, via: twelve dotUre and fifty cents: ao that in ten
veata he can calii in orofits onlv one hundred and tweotv
fiveuollars and in forty tears the hve bundled doIUn.
1 hus it will be seen that if a person of the above a;e should
diat ir-- - t )( ML.r AI MUCH AG All
nn .nvjojniHocipitn.wun ihr itma annual nrtmiwra, 01
on ihr mutbal P"" mvmt M. "
M Aia IT XqtT.L.
jv r.MM?i wigsiM.rwr coubw-tmsmp.
Tbe rates are as favoruble to .he afvured as safety to tbe
company will permit. Insurance in this form is of great
importance to all who have otbers depending upon them for
support
An Industrious and hard laboring roan, who is able while
la health to earn from nine to twelve itoll-t per week, and
that naamfawthm want! of bttutelf and fimilv. if laid Opofl
lhebedofsiekoes, ordisaVcd by accident, finds himself
deprived or that income. Ilia auppns are cut en, rue
fountain ia dried up; now comes auxiety, distress and sor
row ! Ho shall this be avoided ? This Company provides
a suie and speedy remedy. A small pttanee paid while ia
health, secures a weekly payment of five dollars, to be re
ceived werk hy week while -Ickncss or disability contin
u, aod if death does its woik, then a sum uf&OO or 1000 or
2000 'dollars, paid to survivors, will piove to be a friend
ticking rioter than a brother.
Tbi (.Company is the first aud only one In the Union, or in
the world it is believed, that has thns com'.incd its rates,
and offered to grant insurance with benefits ratSKKTand
reosPscTtvi Thoae fur whom tbi branch of the business
i inteodd, will appreciate its nd vantages.
For full detaiti with t efa'd to terms and conditions, ref
erence raay he made lothe pamphlets to be had gratis at the
office ofihe Company and at all the agencies.
03r ADnlieatiua mi v be made loan of the above named
Agent or Medical Bxsuiineis, who will forward the same
to the home i-ffieeai lUnford.
CaMfmrnia 14 fr Mlitkt taken on the mostreasoo
ble terms.
5-This Company aredmo a very large and suceesafol
hosinesa under a charier which most carefully guards the
'tigi ta and Intercast of the insured.
January, 1850. tt:!y
AGENCY
Dr.S.S. FITCH'S CELEBRATED
MEDICINES.
Used by hlm'willr.ueh distin.uish.d siieees. In the eor. o
Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, Asthma,
, lleart Diseases, Dyspepsia, Gonorrhoea,
jrief , f emale Ltomplamls, Cfc. yc.
Also. Dr. S. Fitcla's
Abdominal Supporters, Shoulder Braces,
Inhaling l ubes ana t,eemres on Con
sumption, and the art of preserving Life
and Health to Old Age, Sfc. Sfc.
I have bean appointed ngenl fjr tbe ...le of the above Goods,
aad will keep them . ero.tantly on band at mv .tore In Wa
terburr. Vl. S. O. HUTCI1IN8.
Wilr S.. 8. Fiteh'e "GUIDE to INVALIDS, end Di.
reetioii. forFrom'otiog Health, a..d l.ruetiooe to Mother.,
iu th. Management ! Children," may be had gratuitously,
by calling for it allha store a. above. An extremely value
hie Book. l!ly
GJ1EAI EEDUGTIOI
OF PXltCES.
'-OBATEFULforthe very liberal patronage we 'have re-
vai ceived the past year, ana me APunuAnt succrsi
that baa attendfd our'efforU to eatabttsh a general
FURNISHING WARE-HOUSE,
on tba tiue ptlJosopby of doing business, viz:
.Large ttolcs A: &nall Profits,
ABBOTT & EMORY,
Ara opening with tbe NEW YEAR, a more complete and
EXTENSIVE STOCK. OF
FURNITURE
HOUB FURNIHINu GOOD,
than can be found in the Bute, and at greatly
REDUCED PKICES!
80FAS, WORK TABLES,
BEDSTEADS. LIGHT STANDS,
BUREAUS, WASH do.
TABLES, TOILET TABLES,
LOOKING-GLASSES, BUREAUS,
CLOCKS, PORTABLE SINKS, '
CHAIRS ef every variety,
FEATHERS,
CAitrMiTiJra .vm Brass, -
'Paper Hangings dfe fiordera,
H4TTS, WILLOW BAoKETrJ sr. WAIiGONS,
jreainer.u.siers. ruvisi aa.a orvsne., esc.
SPAIiDING'S BLOCK,
aillHtkloJ Slatt Sited, Mualptlur,.VL
iHoatBaliur, Fab. 10. 185(1
0:lr
ilO TONS OF PLASTER,
FRESH OROUJiD, aowbsinf received aad for sab-by
bTORSS k. LANGDON May L 71.
Saxe's Poems
Far sal. at WALTON'S BOOKSTORE.
DISSOLUTION.
TBK Conartabrablp heretofnrn exiatinr oadarMla firm, af
.'BADdBB, KE1TU Jr. BARKER, is lb is day dias.tv.d
St raataal csmscnu
" CIIA8. W. BADGER.
... i-F.crKEITU,-
' JOHN.S.BARKER.
. .TV. fssnarcribers
bars sis del r aalhurixsd lo adjust fcV kajsf-
as.e os isss las. sum.
WtjskW, May s7U,la.
XX1TS ABAUUft-I
Temont (Antral Railroad!
-SUMMER" ARRANGEMENT. ;
ONamlailsrlleadsy, J.ue3d,ieM, U. Fasaengar Can
.will raa as follows i six.
Leave Ban to. for Barliagtoa .ally, B.ndaya exerpted,
via Boatoa aad Lawell, Nashua, Coocord, Motthern and Vt.
Central mads, at 7 I S A. M. and 13 M. Also, via Fiieb
hurjh, Vsrsaontsk Haas.'; Cheshire, Sullivan sc Central, at
7I.9aadlL'AM. Th.713 . M. trains will anivs is
Barlingioa at 6 P.M. Iha Sam.' day, 'and the 11-and 12
M. train, next morninx at 7 1-2 A. M.
Returning, leas. Kurliugton at 8 A. M. aud 7 P.- M..
tor Dostoa, by both the above routes. The 8 AH. ttsjrtwill
arrive in Boston at 7 P. Jd, suae dav, and lbs 7 P. M. train
next day at 1P.M.. " ... ... ...
loth trains connect aaeh way at Burlington daily, with
lh Steamer, on Lake Champlatn; nnd nt Naahoa, Fitch
hurg and Gicton Junction, with train, to 'and from Wor
eeattr, Ma.ru, and New -York City. . ,
Paaa.D..r. leavlnr Montreal al 10 A. 51. and 5 P.M.
witl arrive in Boston at 1 and 7 P. M. the next dav, and in
New fork al G A. M. tbe sscoad day. Returning, have
Boston. 1 1 1 on and 13 A. M. and arrive in Montreal
st 9 la A. . aad dl-J P.M. the next day. .
rre.ght traina leav. Melon and llurliogton uaily, Dondays
exeptea.
floenxrg. wiD N taa. bar ireexags or traansgsai
Burllnston. on freixht betweea Jtoston and Butlinzton, soy
part orjbs state of NewYork or th. Canada.
xorranasr intonaauaa see rainnnuer uauway uuioe.
, JAMES MOORE, Eng. and tiuperintendent.
LAND ROUTE TO JNEW-
YORK !
VIA COM, RIVER RAILROAD.
PARE. FROM
WINDSOR TO NEW-YORK,
$5,25.
TRAINS leave Brattleboro at 7,45 A.M. and 3, P. M.,
00 tbe arrival of the Stagea connecting with the Chesh
ire and Sullivan Railroads at iVelpole.
rassenge by tne nrst train mavtng ji 011 anew, reacn
Brattlrboro ia season for ihe 3 P. M. I ram. Swine fie Id itr39
P. M. and proceed ihed by the
EVENING EXPRESS
Over the' Jlaitford aod Kew Haven and New York and New
Haven Bailrcs, a.riiiigial1ie City at II P. M.
Passeo'tfra leavirrir nraitleboro bv the 7.45 a. M. train resell
Springfield at 10,30 A. M. and reah New Yok about 4 P. M.
The above will be Jound a C II CAT, QUICK, aod COM
FORTjlBLB ROUTE from all parts of Vermont and West
ern lS'tsw Hampshire, giving to travelers a complete LAND
ROUTE and avoiding entirely the dangers or trie souat.
RETURNING, PatOATer can Jeavo New York by the 8
A. 51. triin of N Vnrk aod New-Haven Railroad, and
reach Bialttehoro tbe same evening, and teach Monipvlier,
or Wells River, the oit day at 4J P. U. Those loaviog
ew York by the 3,45 P.M. train, lodge either at Hartford,
Springfield, or Northampton, and teach North field next day
at 8.3.) P. M.
Pcscengers arriving at Springfield by the first, train from
Brattleboro. reach Providrnce. Albanv. Trov or Whitehall,
tbe same evening, and Buffalo tbe next day at 1 P. M.
ror 1 um. particulars eee tath r uaiiway uuiue,
which in tbe onlr Oatde autbotixed ta advertise for thi
Compatry.
Northampton, Aug. 1st, 1S50 85: I"-
wt Rutland & Burlington
RAILROAD.
NEW ARRANGEMENT
DAY-LIGHT AND NIGHT LINE.
COMMENCING .MONDAY. JULY 22. 1850.
PASSENGER Trains leave Builiogton daily (Sundays !
cepied ) fat 1-oston, Lowell, Worcester, New York,
and intt rmediate 'Suiioos, at 8 A. M., and 7 1-2 P. M., ar
riving in BtMtn at 6 P. 51. and 10 A. M. respectively.
Passengersby the 7 1-9 P. Train will lodge at Bellows
Foils.
Betumirg, leave Bo. ton 7 M A. and 45 P. M., arri
ving in Butlinzton 6 P. M. and 7 1 8 A. M. Posvenzeis by
the ASS P. Mi- Train will lodgo at Builatd; thoe bv Ihe
morning Trains will have an hour Iodine al beltowt trails,
cmiueciinv both ways with the moroinr and eveninz line of
titeamhoatson Lake Champl.in.
rassenjerr foi INew York can go via tialpoie, ifrattteoo
rot&pnnfildand New lUveu,or by Fitcbburg, Wore-ss-terand
AHyn. Point.
Freight Trains leave Burlington at 4 3-4 A. BI. and Boston
at 6 P. M. Dairy, Sundays excepted through in 24 hours.
Ueguuriatuo train ir uambriage ami iinnton mar
ket, leaves Burlingtoa every Tuesday morning at 4 3-4 A. M
La. iiiur-LAJ. , auperioitoocnu
Dailington,Jniyi2, 1850. fc5 tC
N OKTH EKN U A I LHOAD.
IVcM-lIaRipsfairc.
THIS ROAD nmnecta at Unite Kiter Junction, tbe
Vermont and Canada. Central aud Pasotnnvic Kailroads
with Ihe Concotd, Manchosier, Nahui, Lowell, Boston,
Lawrence, Salem, Wvretler, and Norwich Koads enit is
Ihe nearrat route from part of Canada, Northern Vermont,
aod New llampibire iu Bostoo.
7 bis loute passes tniougn tbe iapitsis oi Aew MampKUire
pod Veimoot, and ihe Utm aod fn-ijbi ia as low as Xsjr any.
AD-r Julv 1st, l&O, Passeogcr 1 rains in cuon rciioa with
the kbtve Kuads seiavu Buston from the Depot oTth Lowll
Rad for Wert LeWnoj, Wells Biver, llotitjielter ami Bur
hntuD at 7 1-3 'A. M , aud 12 51:, and fair Uristol at 13 M.;
leave West Xbaoon tor NbsIiuj, Lowell, Buon, G rut on
Junctioo, Wicsiir and New-Vuik at 7 15 A.M., and I U5
K, al., ana unstoi at e-w. .i.,ur oaiue arrival ol the cars
from Weill Bivar and tiuilioglon.
Passeitfcrs from the tntial and Passumpsie Roads via
atiI Kew'Torit as quick aiid cbeap as by any other route.
A special lotus 4 raia win go to uugn over inisruuie
ev-ry Tuedjy, without stopping. There am catu. pen!
nd good aceommudatioosbt the landing about 3 4th if
mile from Porter's. Cy this route drovers bave cot out v
hoadvantace of the Cambridge, and Bughlon Alarketa tut
alo the market at Manchester, Nashua, Lowell, Lawrence
aodSilt-m.
Freight Traina run daily each -ray Sundaya excepted
over the Cential. PaumHie, Northeru, Concord, Nashua
and Lowell Roads to ami fom Burlington, Wtl Uiver and
the Df pot ot th Lowell ttod in Botoii". Bderchan lise oTall
kinds U cariied as cheap and expeditiously as by any other
route.
ONSLUIV HTEAUiNS, Agent.
Concord, N II. Juite, 37, Io50. ttnf
BOSTOaV. NEW YOitK, Ac. by the
Wnrei Windsor vi.
BAILnOAD FftoM BOSTON TO WEI.LS BIVF.R &
1 O RIIULlNUTO.X, VT. TMKUIJUH iJCKril oTU
STATIONS ON PASdNMPSIC AND VEHMO.NT CEN
TRAL RAILROAD.
SULLIVAN RAILROAD,
WlAVrHB ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER JAN. 1. l&O.
CARS leave Boston from Fitch'arg Railroad
Drmrt.bv wav ol Groum Junction. Fiich-
burg, Kecne, Walpott ,and Windsor, at 7 1-3 A.
M and arrive at Wells River at3 ' P. M. and
at Burlington ai 6 40 P. J!.
Cat lAf e B.ico foi Cbarlestown, Cltremont aod Wind
sorat7 1-auad II A. M. n4. arrive at Windstrat 1 1-4 aad
51 9P. Bl.
Cars leave Wells Bfver at 9 1-3 A. M. and Uuilington at 6
1-3 A. .M , and by way of WiiwUor arrive at Botton at 6 P.M.
Cars leave Windaor at7.5 A. M. and 12 10 P.M. and ar
rive at Boston at i 1 4 and 6 P. M.
Paiieageistoand fiom New York connect with aUvo
trains al Crotoa Junction pVorcesUr aod Nashua R. R. or
vvaipoic.
Stages leave Welle River, on arrival of Cars from Boston,
for St. Johmbory, Htaoi teid, Derby Line, ate
Biases leave Butlinrton every tuorQiuc (iSundaya excepted)
for (lontreal.&e.
Lttiie i rBiui iui tunvi 'uu ut.u.i
Freight Trasns leave aud arrive at Boston daily. "
THOMAS i. WILLIAMS, 8upL Sullivan B. R.
Charlestown; N II. Jan. 1 180- SStL
F1TCHBUKG RAILROAD
Traias will leave Bsstsa as
fellows :
For Fitehhurx (7 1-3 Earn....) II A. II., 3 3-1 P. fJ.
For Cuncord 650 and 1 1 A. U , 3.43 and 6.30 P. M.
For sValtham, 60,8.10,10 nnd II A. M. 1 3-4,33 4,
43-4 and6 1-4 P.M.
For Walerlown 7.5, and 8.15, A. II., 13 M., 2,20 4 1-4,
and 6 1-4 P. M.
For Laxioslon at 8 1-9 A. M., 919 aad S 1-9 P. M.
DOWN TRAINS WILL LEAVE FOR BOSTON,
From Fitchburs at 7M A.K., 13M.,(4.iO Exrireaa)and
4.40 P. M.
From Coueoid at 7 anl 9 A. M... 1.08, 5.14, nnd 5S P.M.
From W.Iikamat 7.i5,.55,a25 and 11 A.M., 1,35, 4
53-4 and 6 SO P. M. -
'From Waieitowaat6I9, 8 and 11 A.M., I JO, 3 30 an
CP. M.
From Laxinron ct 7JJ0 and 19 A. M.. and 4.30 P. 11.
For fartnciEBttienlara a. Pathgnder Railwajr Guide.
. Cr, -w, M. TBWTOS, Supeiiotmsdent.
Bo.:oo,Nov.5, 1819. 59
GentleuBn's FnniishingGoodft
ALAROEsadSPLENOID Aas.rtm.nl uf Gentlemen'
Furnishing Good.,' juat received, consistinc in part a
follow. t
8UMT8, BOSOMS, COLLARS, CRAVATS, STOCKS,
SUSPENDERS. GLOVES, dec. Those who wish f..i tbe
best article, and ara will. or to pay, caa find it at BURN
HAM'S Hat. Cap, and Fur Sine.
J4e; 1,1450. 79
ALL-WOOL DE LANES,
REAUTirUL aad la all 'eaters, at KEITH A BAR.
I KEt'a. 78 June 5.
BONNETS Sc. .TRIIVl M'GS.
May SV. y
78
STATIONERY. MUSIC,
AC.
A nod assartassat m In HutioMry cr all xiads, Music,
Hsslse Paper, Bra wins and Perforated Papers. Bristol
Board, rrtrrt.. -e- i onaad by
JIJ S.'r,tJ - "' J " E.'PiWALTOS fie BON.
CASH PAID FOR WOOL,
sTaaM mj avawaVaavss aa atis mHJkyn
tti.
Jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafel
. L.i:M:WOOI;
HavIartaUa th. stack and aland formerly occupied by
WOOD V-WITT.
HAS last leceivrd a'nsw and 'carefully sslecteal stock at
'aU kinds of GOODS oeloojinj- ts Ms ca.haer. which
bars beu booxht at low price., d airsMss himto sell at
sonsar.aniT low price, ma hvw -
Rlus.Blue Black. eMtle.lRVisiM. and Our. Grata
BROADCLOTHS,
Black ..d Fancy
Batfkiag-aad CaMaurcs. -
Heavy Silk, Silk and Lias., Valencia, Buff and Drab Cash
mere, siarsaiiies ana Italian i:kh,i
VESTING8.
of elennt patients and faorle, .
A food assortment of all kinds of TUIMillNGS at LOW
ratiucso.
Unfit Ait. In.l IViwill.n Drawer, and Under Shirts, Col
lars, Boeun.,and Shirts, Glove., blocking, aod Suspenders,
neck ana Koctet llanuserraieu.
HK AIjV-MADE ClaOTHlXXU.
il. I... . ..... v .v.n w.ll .d.l.ted to the
season, snd at very low prices, .urn a. ... .-,
mimATR llA.l.neoitinustomaoufacturonll
kinds of Ctotbinx lo order, ur lo suit the taate, eithr in
m...i.,. ri..k.o.. ..1 WA:KA.T A FIT.
lor any customer who may favor bim with a eall for w-rk.
Thankful for peat favors, he hopee by strict sttsntloa to
DuBinois, sna tne wsnts ot tneso wco m.j i..m -
psirooese. lo secure a anareoi inr ousmv.. iu ..
CUTTING DONE forothersta make, and wariant'
ed to fit, Ifrightly made up. .
Montpelier. Oct. 10, ltH9. 44
Uash paid for Rags
DELIVERED at our Mill or at ibe Ucoifeiicr Depot.
Jan. 30. 1850. ' E. P. IVALTmN 4V SON.
DEEDS.
M
ORTGATE and WARRANTY, for sale by E. P. WAL
TON &t SUN.
o
IEW-Y0RK &
CANADA LliNU.
to
CO
o
CO
Transhipping at llnrlington only.
. -.r iJr"-'fT.iV .
nrnklMisJ l'i
MePflERSON, CRANE sr. t;u., Montreal,
HENRY W. OATLI.V, Burlmcron.
Sail I II, WILKI.NS i. LAN HON, Burlington,
CHARLES B. JANES, New-York,
PROPRIETORS.
F.r.ain. In .nd frnn Ronton. New York. Albany.
Troy, all Tons on Luke Cbamplaio, Moot'eal and Oueboct
coonectin; at Montreal with SicPherson, Crane at Co.atfu
.uawience oc ju. wniario uuiiy -.m" iuiu( w
Lake Head, and Tu Weekly 10 Lake Krio i also with their
Ottawa uany L.ine to uyiown anu luruun jiwu
Uideau Canal.
The Proprietois aro Prepared with fir t Class Cnil aod
L.ke Boats to run a Daily Line to and from New York and
Burlington, aud with First CUss Bots to tun a tn-weeklj
Lino to and from Burliofton aod Moniteal. via Cbamblay
Canal; vessels to be towed oo Lake aod Bivers by powerful
Steamers, thereby ensuring the utmost iej,uUrity aud des
patch. Debenture aod Warehousing business correctly and
promptly attended 10. Parties wilt peiceivi at once the
ad van t see of shipping by this Line, ibe delays and dams go
to goods by frequent transshipments, being entirely avoided.
Paiticular attention will be given to all property iu tended
to be sent by Railroads from Psurlirtgtoa.
The Proprietors will contract Freight to and from all
Purls on ibe Western Lakes nd Lake Cbatnplain; aiaofw
delivery of property via Itailroad 10 Uoston and intermediate
points.
Having tbair arrangements completed for safe, regular aod
expeditious transmission of all property cntrcsied to their
care, the proprietors coolidootly !wt to the public fr a liU
eralaupnott. Address as Aeents
.McPIIERsO.V, CRANC St CO., Montreal,
11. .MAYO, Sud. L'uilmgton,
C. B JA.NCS,dewYork
W. J. Anmi K.QoeU-c,
CHFLNXY k't't) Boiioo,
C W BEsNTLEV, Alaaay.
Heferencesx
II. Sirpiteus, J. B. Smith fc Co., John Torrenee it Co.,
Mvnxrtal. H. J. INoad V Co., GiIU-?.i ic Co., Qaeifc
ilarch 1, .00. WiGto.
TO'iM A N UFA CT UREUS.
MED AD WRIGHT, JR.
CUlvriNUEd to carry on the building of WOOLEN
11 ACHIN LRV ia all it branch, on the Aorth Hranch
of Obioa River, tnree mile. Iron Monlpelier village, aod
will furnih all kinds to order, on sbori notice, r.LrOou.s ana
.Shears excepted ) .
llaviiic experience in the bu".nes he feels concdenttbat
be cn toinjujle wilh any t-njiijed in ihe bujincr
5-AII kinds of JOB iVUKK doueio orucr, both wood
aud iron. Orders awliciied.
With thanks fur pistfavwsurlher patronage ! respect
fully o lictted.
And ite aiso gives notice inai ne nasi wo
CAHU1AU MACUINES,
built for rnauiJaCturin; one 3tand one 33, with side draw
eis atlached tu iheoij oi a Picaibg Machine and Duater
and Regulator, dus on hand, which is all new nd built
within Hie last yeiir.anu will ,H tftfra very iow.
And be would iurthrr rive uoiice thai be has a
I'LAl.M.Ati ill ACiaI."NU,
for Plainiex Hoard., and Jo.Htit. tl.e saote. for floor, and
otber uses : aod aLo limber, ucu . .canllrns;. Joists, etc.
IIKUAII UUIiiliT, JK.
Iontpller,Aprrlll.lM9. ltf
VA' ed
i nnn pmza good footinu. aio, dried
IUUU At l Lc tiaen iu dcbatir tor nx
fair puce will be p4id by
Near KcutS Corner,
CALAIS. VT.
rpIIE subscriber would any to oaanu factor era generally
that he is readv to receive and Gil order fr moi kinds
of woolen machinery made of ibehc.t matfriaU and tha
most I m pro vert plans, vanameM 10 ne cqnai in woramanmip
and In durability to any hull Iu Lh f tato 01 efcewheie.
O-tfmallJobsottroaPUuiag, aul all kindaof Job Work
done at short notice, and ou reaaooahlt- terms.
C9ir .N. -V HAXCROfrT
Blackwood's Magazine,
and th
Britislt Quarterly Reviews
OWIiNGto the tale revmuti nl ruUwitiT ievo'unon
amuor ihe uatl'HiS of Europe. wltkB bve f..Ilajwtil
each other In quick succslon, and of winch "lh end it nut
yet, tbe leadibj jxtindiCmU of Great BiLai ho bctiQi
invested with i deref f.f mteret tiilhirlo uuioowu. 1 lu-y
occupy a middle giousd between llttr hty, di.juiutrd, butl
necvasirily imperfect teeonU ufll.e nek4iLtwr, am i tho ela
borate and pondcrOAj treati-es to be furnished hy the hutoii-
anula luture uay. tinupi-tt reaca ihcfq jeriouicaia o
Uint a correct and eonrHTtt-d acdiuut uf all the important
political events of lie o'd wold, a Ihey ovrut , anJ leaius
the vai'lous conclusions drawn liom theiu by the leading
SMnt of the age. Th Amfi"an 1 ubl libers luereiuredr-rm
it pnper to call reoeweil altention lo tbn orka ihey repub
lish and lb-very low rriceealwliichihey a uflaiea to aub
sentwrs. The flluwini lh-ir hat, lo wit:
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW,
THE EDlNnUROtl REVIEW,
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW,
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, and
BLACKWOOD' XDl.MtlJRGII MAUAZ1NE.
In thsi.e periodicals ate contained tbe viaws. looderatelv.
though clearly nod farraly expreastMj.ol Ihe lbre gicat pai
ttes in En7tmt Tory, Whig and Radical " BUckwoou'
aad ihe London Quarterly ' are Tory; the Edmhursh
Review" Wb:c: aud ibe ' Westmiuiter Review1' Liberal.
TheNortb Bntitb Review" iw its vsiaM.shment to the
last geai eeclcatueat movement m tcoilanU. aod ia not ul
tra In ita views oa any ooe of tbe grand department a uf hu
man knowledge ; it was origin. 11 edited by Dr. Chalmers,
and now, since his death, is conducted by bis son in law,
Dr. Uanoa, aisocuted with ir David Brewatvr. Ita literary
character is of the very bijheai order. Tho -Weatmioter,
though reprinted uoder tbat title nlj, is published in Eng
land under the title of the For2n Quarterly and Wat
minaer.'it being in fact a union of tbe two Reviews former
ly publuhfd aud rei-rioted under svofiarate litlea It has,
theiefure'Jie advautsce bv this con.bination. of uoitiur iu
one work the beat features of both as heretuforu iiuej.
Tbe abov Pfricdicalsare reprinted inlew ivik, imme
diat lv on tfaeirarrival bv the BriiihStameis. in n Utautf
tul clear type, on fine white paper, abd ao faithful copies of
the originals, liucawitoti'a jUagszioe txiug an exact Hc-siat-ile
of tbe Edinbuigh editiuo.
1 tstt31S.
For any ooe of the four Reviews $3,00 per annum
For any two do. 5,00
For any three do. 7,09
For alt four of the Reviews. a.OO "
Foi Blackwood's Magazine, 3,u0
for Blackwood and three Reviews, 9.0(1 "
Fur Blackwood acd the fuui Reviews, 10,UO
I'uymeniaio ue made in an cases in advance.
CLUUUlNtJ.
Four copieaof anv or all of ihe above works wilt be sent to
die address pn the paymjut of tne regular aobacriptiwo foi
aree tne lourtn ropy ocin&r xraira.
Kemittaitces ana communications anouir ae alwys ad
eased, poi-paid ar uauKed, to tbe rublisheia.
JUlMiVAKU OLUl l a LU
56 79 Fulton aueet, N. York, Eiiranc 51 Gold 8u
BEST FAMILY FLOUR
FJS&Knft HABRELS tor ..le. at price, as low as
USjaUU .Uewhere.
TIMOTHY CROSS
jiut.tiN.iier, January 1, 1860.
JNEW SCHOOL BOOKS.
WELDSGrammar, Burnham Arithmetic,Town'a Read
eis. Sanders Spellers, aod all uihei School Books bow
re. For sale at W a i Ions.
DAIRY SALT.
ST0RR8 Sl LANG0ON hive received
500 bee. G.ouod ItOCIi CALT for Butter.
30 big Liv-rpuol dolor Cbee.s,
Barrels fine Western do.
Uay 28. 70
50 PS. PRINTED LAWNS,
WAKKAPtTCU perlectly fast colore eellino very cheap,
al KEITH av BARKER'S.
Juna 6.. 77
100 DOZ. SCYTHES
fV tb. test stamps fur sal. by th. dox or eingis.
TORRd ii LANUDON.
Jun io, law.
78
SALAMANDER SAFES.
J. W. HOWES.
T1 AH received an axencv for the Salo ol SALAMANDER
tA SAFES, from Mm well known manufacture of J. E.
wlLUtuit, Uoauw, whicb onabiee him lo sell at tbe man
afacturera Drtce A few iuat received.
5-Thoaa wishing the hut article will please examine
mem. t . - 3
KEITH & BARKER,
HAVING puickadul thrfsirtirs Ismrsst or Mr. Chi.. W.
Badxsr. -will cMtiau. business st th. Old South Car
nsr, wbsr. they hof. le merit a cesittiiaa.ee .f th. patreo-
aza nsreiuiui. .xienue. ..... sh. .rm. . .
. Jii . J i:f Fj C. KEITH,
, , t J.S. BARKER.
Bdoatpelier. Hsv 37U, I860. .. . 7S
1 flTORTrl su Krca Oi.ss SILKS at KEU'H ss. BARKER'S.
' JaMtv . - Si 77
, ... . M0FFATS
yfe'Pifls aad Pheaik BiWeri
Them Medicines have now been before the pab-i
Sertat'miilperhd or TJLTTBStT TEARS. .
durino; that time hare maintained . high character
ia almost every part'of tha 'lobe for tWir extraor
dinary arid immediate power of restoring perfect
health to persona aafFAmfj; oader nearly ery kind
of diseaae to which the human frame; ts liabil.
Hff HAUT TH0USAWD3
of certificated instances, they hare even rescued
anneren from the" Tery veirjeof an untimely rrraTe,
after all the deceptive nostrum of the day had ut
terly failed; and to many thonsands they have)
.permanently secured that uniform enjoyment of
health, without which life itself ia but .a partial
blesaiufr. So great, indeed, has their efficacy inva
riably and infallibly proved, that it has appeared
scarcely less than miraculous to those who were
acquainted with the beautifully philosophical prin
ciple upon which they are compounded, and upon
which they consequently act. It was to their
mauifest and sensible action in purifying the springs
and channels of life, and enduing them with re
newed tone and vigor, that they were indebted for
their name.
Unlike the host of pernicious quackeries which
boantof vegetable, ingredients, the LIFE KEDI
CLNES ere) purely and solely vegetable ; and con
tain neither Mercury, nor Antimony, nor Arse
nic, nor any other mineral, in any form whatever.
They are entirely composed of extracts from rare
and powerful plants, the virtues of which, though
long known to several Indian tribes, and recently
to some eminent pharmaceutical chemists, are alto
gether unknown to the ignorant pretenders to
medical science ; and were never before adminis
tered in so happily efficacious a combination.
Tho first operation is to loosen from the coats of
the stomach and bowels the various impurities and
crudities constantly settling round them ; and to
remove the hardened feces which collect in the
convolutions of the small intestine. Other medi
cines only partially cleanse these, and leave such
collected masses behind to produce habitual Costive
ness, with all ita train of evils, or sudden Diarrhosa
with its imminent dangers. This fact is well
known to all regular anatomists who examine the
human bowels after death ; and hence the preju
dice of these well informed men against the quack
medicines of the age. The second effect of the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES i to
cleanse the kidneys and the bladder ; and, by Ihis
means, the liver and lungs, the liealthful'action of
which entirely depeuds upon the regularity of the
urinary organs. Tito blood, which takes its red
color from the agency of the lirerand luns, before
it passes into the heart, being thus purified by them,
and nourished by food coming from a clean stomach,
eoursee freely through the veins, renews every part
of the system, and triumphantly mounts the banner
of health in the blooming cheek.
The following are among the distressing variety
ef human d;sea.es in which the VEGETABLE
LIFE HEDICHTES are well known to be infal
lible: DYSPEPSIA, hy thoroughly cleansing the first
and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pare
healthy bile, instead of tbe stale and acrid kind ;
FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite, Heartburn,
Headache, Kesttestnets, Ill-ttinper, Anxiety,
Laneuor, and Helaneholu, which are the general
symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a natural
consequence of its cure.
Costivcness. by cleansing the whole length of
the lutesunes with a solvent process, and without
violence : all violent purge, cave tho bowels cosuvo
within two days.
Diarrflcrja anl Uflolera. by removing tne
sharp acrid tluids by which these complaints are
occasioned, anl by promoting the lubricatlve secre
tion of the mucous membrane.
Feren f a" tiudx. by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of perspi
ration in such cases, and the thorough solution of
all intestinal obstruction in others.
The Lira Medicines bave been known to
cure RHEUMATISM peIlnenlly in 1,1 re9
weeks, and UUUT In half that time, by removing
local inflammation from the muscles and ligaments
of the joints.
JJraUsies of all kinds, by treeing ana etrengtn-
ening the kidneys and bladder : they operate most
delightfully on tueso important organ, ana nencs
have ever been found a certain remedy for the
worst cases of GRAVEL.
Also Worms, by uiiodging from the turnings
of the bowels the slimy matter to which these
creatures adhere.
Asthma aa Consumption, by relieving the
air-vessels of the lungs from the mucous which even
slight colds will occasiun, aud which, if not re-
rnoVPd- twv-n. uin j..........
dreaiiful diseases.
Sovxruy, TJUen, and Invotemte Sores, bJ
the perfect ounty which these LIFE MEDI
CINES eive to the blood, and all the humors.
Scorbutic Eruption and Bad Complex
ions, by their alterative etljct upon the duids that
feed the akin, and the morbid stato of which occa
sions all eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and
sther disagreeable complexions.
The use of these Fills for a verr short time will
effect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, aod a
striking improvement in the clearness of the skin.
COMMON' COLDS aud INFLUENZA will
always be cured by one dose, or by two even in
the worst cases.
PILES. As a remedy for this most distressing
and obstruate maUdr.the VEGETABLE LIFE
MEDICINES deserve a distinct and emphatic
.econimeuaaliou. It is well known to hundreds in
mis city, that the former proprietor of these valu
able Medicines was himself afflicted with this
complaint for upwards of thirtt nvc Tons; aud
that he tried in vain .every remedy prescribed
within the whole compass of the Materia Medico.
He however at length tried the Medicine which is
now offered to the public, and he was enred iu a
very short time, after his recovery had beeu pro
nounced not only improbable, but absolutely im
possible, by auy human means.
FEVER AND AGUE.
For this seounre of the western couutrv these
Medicines will be found a safe, speedy, and certain
remedy. Other medicines leave the system sub
ject to a return of th disease a cure by these
medicines ts permanent TK1 TllEM, BE SA
TISFIED, AND BE CURED.
Billons Fevers and Liver Complaints.
uenerai ueDUity, "ss or Arrxnjj. and
Diseases or Females these medicines ha been
used with the most beneficial results in casesfof this
description : KiNrjs Evil, and Scaomia, iu.its
worst forms, yields to tha mud yet powerful action of
these remarkable Medicines. Nioirr Sweats,
Nuavocs Debilitt, Nesvocs CoariatsTS of all
kinds, I'auttation of rut IIcAar, PiLvrna'a
Colic, are spredily cured.
ELERCURIAL DISEASES.
Persons whose constitutions have become im
paired by the injudicious use of MiRcuar, will find
iese Medicines a perfect cure, as they never fail
to eradicate from the system all the effects of
Mercury infinitely sooner than the most powerful
preparations of Sarsaparilla. A single trial will
place them beyond the reach of competition, in the
estimation of every patient.
BE CAREFUL OF COUNTERFEITS.
Several have lately been discovered, and their
lefarious authors arrested, both in the city of New
fork and abroad.
Bay of ... m who im atoa mm .-asuers
AOKMT.
Prepared and sold by Dr. W.B MOFFAT,33
Broadway, New-York.
FOR SALE BY
COLLINS Jr. PIERCE, Mootpelier. Vu
20 TONS PLASTER,
PVTOW Beies; Gruund and daily receiviuf, for ..le hy
l'i STOltr.S Sl H.NGDON.
Fron New Yerk aad Bostoi.
INEW GOODS !
S ruKKa ac ijsAiauu tiara just reiutoea irons .us
York end Boston with a heavy stock of rich
Soring and Summer Goods,
tioohi with Cash to freat advsntst at the Auction and
Commission Ileuses, and will bo sold at tbij small aduea
E uu "Aaii. ciriciiy aooerio to am one prire ;" ""
GREEN'S TOBACCO.
MNE CUT for Cbewera and Smokera also llie beat ol
CAVENDISH. Sold by SCOTT Jr. FIELD.
SflOTT Ht. "PfRLT)
iiavk ,ecei..d ,wfiTjr Snrinu Gonds.
a larje sioca 01 - . - , . 9
puichasedat LOW PltlCtS, snd ihey will .sell tfaam for a
sma I advance from Cost for Cash,
April ia.
RlEUCHAiNTS! (
'pHOSEof you who advertise your store, at Division, et
1 Union, are lespectfully reounted to read the first Tsrsa
of ibe tvurth cbuter of thi Piophst liaiai. 7StC
mw BOOKS.
HUMBOLDT'S C031IOS, tb.wal.8"rJ'? "fTT
... . v--. ,- i. ....M w...... wAnlBn. Fneudalil,
by Grace Arailar, La in.ru so on Atheism, K,,tas',I,
U.Uan Calf or Frli(ality and Speculation in tb.Ninale.ata
Centurv. Leave, from lb. A'ot. Book ofa Louisiana wasa.
Doctor (illu.traled.1 CluVad. or Ad veaUraa n. Luuarujas.
la n.w baoUOneawsod Lear.., (Gr.e.,) Abbott'a BjalaJ
r,S.Ae. .-pence., Uleli.w, mod foe's '-fsf"l
Uvesol Alary and Uaith. Waabmjvo.- asd.a. variety l
miacelUnus al Cluneal .aItOS 80M.,
' Jaaa3. a.
hi an Xtofatlaniiod and civilized twnrrte.. tea
torrer propomoa of deettie than any otber ma'3fiw 15?
tbe'Wrian family; and. tnirll wiram a few -SmThSSi?'
BRANT'S INDIAN
BAMl
before enred W .SrK."
some of tho afflicted j-,- aa w?!" w
had Iheir burial-elorto. rjH-'Sr, 'ill "".!
others, who il wu aald wuuir,.." "d ret B.e;
well and nearly aa they ever were. "wtl"!r '" ss
ll pueseMee all the cVaname; and ririr -i.,...
powerful and active a. tbe preparation TUxiiZ?)tv1 "
RANT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXT(.7CT
Tbe Balaam diners from the E .tract, because it pa'tern.
COUGHS AND COKSPilPTIOXS.
tnd n dbtw of a ralmonary csntre tach
auy prove so Aual aDder orduuxty uaaMu. when ibey SS
Breast, Throat. Lnnrs. and lUstt
TliU BALSAM heals o cucf Ulcih in the rrr
Bad eltMwbera internally, m rrrUmtly and errrry at Uu pt-j,,,
ma ExriiiCT orrn and htaU ulcrrt ertfruaU-'j, uV
tnxes hime cute of CtwpA arjfi Con$trmptim oai of tiv tT5
ail olher rtniedlerl,T Jailrd l da gooL '
Thousands of Consumptions
and Chroitr Cogh alrtrodaady prore It nnjSmy ffcm s
i t?ar-rt, and it nod cm Me J cura.tTepowrr.aatt mwkJ,
betdlBK propemcswin l.'w? fullowmr coctptaitm anJlf!w
nr.: Srtt9 V Rleod, Weeding at the tJtngw. Pain nt the hZi
and Stde. .VitSiPmb. AVmnrt ComjJuimtt, Poljntjtio ei.
Hert, VhaUrn hfatttsm. Dysentery and Sumiter Cvwr-liJCZ
Ouldrm and Aduiu, and ill Fcmals Watxti.
CONSUMPTION.
A DYIlNQ WOMAN CURED I
We mate tills core, lo profe the fonrza to site urt, whw
ibis BALSAM is Urv-1, eTrn ttr hm person i evnJrrr4kt
phywteiaiu ctud frtettdt Xo be in the taut wryjtMWMnur
utino and. in this cae. so tax cotE. Out the snsors ti
BOatsaL-CLOTilcs were bovtAt! For the parttculartof Hiu C4l
and the refjieetabie acd mtdmbted proof of aHlte ciitciijjiiaijS
and facts, we refrr to onr Pamphlets.
Thi core was effected oc Mrs. 2IBA DTKKMAN, of fcj.
ton Spa. SaraUfja Conty. .V. V, We can prorcv U-rtiad .
iloulr. nvny othm, aimott rjneiUy Koptim. irni iamimeraiUn,
ses ul CoatAs and Cvuittwpiiuiu C CRED, uLcI were m
mounted inettrulieby SKlLrcx. PHTSICUWS.
A DOCTOR CURED!
DEL J. W. FRENCH. ofllCUSe. lIJULile eoxnttv, Mittix
hloat tie 1st of Jimmy. 1ZG, wrote as fullovi - ! haTebm
In the reipiiar practice of Biedicine in th: plsc fur ome Ttti
at was oMisf ed to quit tie practice of mr profctj-ioo m coiatv
Anrace of ill health. I was m sererWy aated wirh a Chn
IJujatu ef the as to conrtnee me ttal I bsd tbe Co
st'MrTiON.past doubt. I coached almost tncvuanrlj.iii.'iiit-j
d j. and bad serere pains asd soreness in my choc .ie. izi
breast. 1 tried tha remedies recommended br the moec t'U
of the profession, all to do efrct. eiceptm; the fust nd de
liluy closed by ihtfm. I was premd Ct-d nur pa eut
clxes. aad bare do faith cow in thera (.nmUy BuF I vu
-TKluced a an exrennieat. more than through fahh ta trr 1
UKtle of BRANT'S INDIAN P0LMONARV BALSAM, "tat
I do LftTJ ac lino wKiJe, for U;e b?Drfilof ibe ifl cied, (,,-c3i f
II may serre, that Uus eflVct of its use on me was the msal
rrtimrl nd aahitarr of anr medicine I erer w.tctcHi rh
eSrct or ta all my practice. JJv eaugfi im immeCaUi9 rWwrf
of the chest, and pain, and now cwtuider and i-ntuax m-t
Dr. French is now a respecul-.e drcgut ai RuUdale.
'FITS, FITS, FITS.
Mmn. J. K. WPPINCOTT L SON. reeDeclahIa mrrrhmr
al Jlaiiigrtrttt, StdUta oottuly. J'evtrm tt uz, wrote to as. Hit
iz. im staling, anwuf otiier KENrriTS wn-ea btvt d-j.
nred from the use of BRANT'S PULMONARY BJL3AM.
that one of their customers had jnst is(.n&ed them thu orr
child, wfaich hsd been satect lo pits for tc-rtral yarn, wu
would soon be m a Grave.
Mf.Vnr.MlM n JF-JVtVrtS. a. vnorfhBnr rs-v-.
Centre. Aajtt.eL mt-nra tltiu. wrnM Irt ia f li rn -r "
ad ltarrd , 1 1 ctu. cf Co.f svmptiok winch the ofBUXWi
i'. 1 .'rV;-1 nALSJi tad eC-ctti in Mr WIL
LI AM CROCKET.Ot ta. ?;n..flHv, ti..., m
et had sonrti relf from brst physicians um imww,
me'licmes, but found none, foi h f-zl hand of ti.it ''E'eleai.
ine monrrr, C.nrurrt7, li-i tair,! toy i.Tjr ':!!
skeleton. Ho" wan gite wp by his pfcyi e-i., awi un f.
extrvn.Uy, nm,g and marrellocis a umsTrftrrn, , ilm9
Uiai(iitiicoi mi.jiwe w.ua i inrvv - 1 o i.i 111 nv ;o
NARY BALSAM haone?K!jed tijbami f tidr?f't;r-,ii
restom Mr. Crocket tofcesliii. acJ Le U Cuw a AuaWr.Wti.
rugged ih-th '
S. D. DANN. sa- mercfmut omd roaimtiater at Jrferm. ts
adToininaf town, wrote to ns Imiut the Mtniu t me. kA tia ed
that be was acqiianited with Mr. CaOCKET, aud tatjitdtehm
CC IE, ttad oil tit. atenamed iic&L
Could not Live a Day longer!
MrMur. E. B. CALDWELL k CO- of Km! rWw. CVim
?o -V. ' rvtmr&ilM? drurE):. wruie :o n "We -.-e
beard, dixouh Mr. Whitrman. a rvsiWaiIe Ci. "-a of ft 1
riaCBmi VI aua iUliWiwui tsl'U va. asaar, vihiia siiun r
rtoiiM Pclmo5at Balsam has producea cs tie wfec-f
an scipaintaiict; of his. who reside hi tlrf town of T-'enno. a
this connty. She tad Wn Icn? corfiLed to her ' ni ei n
o danverouclT dtMrased, that Her fnt-nd l j-f-a n mPon
ble Tor ber to I mar uuia uJJi UA L-UUilL t.tr.wirn
mil ocher top nnerlr fald,she CLimineiscrd tLUui; hR.iXTS
PVl.3Wy.iRY JlJimSJlV, and It medical efTcar tjsared
her from a dting ed, bo that she is now y?ttj civa' cd ef.
Indian tahT .ulMn'h- hAmrturlu JA o fiilrtnmd fiXv ine ;k!0-I-
edes, and it is Tery endent, that she Is indebted lo BRANT'S
daLoaji ior ner reetwerr iroo a lon, suvere. iwi uau-y
mm ,ta. m.ut7 i aim sjcr u evrLi-iji u DeiSUlori coiu. uiai. itxur
kine tnTalasLie."
XULIOCD XTCtOSJE CDXXZ3 OtlAVU
XToaara PR ATT fc FOSTTvIlL mrrftn! cf Wett CtmtjnlL
uia HRAST'S BALSilt bad rftcred mm of such
hopeless caes of Cosscmption in tires town. -hit bow m
other cuo zls-med icme codd lie- sold theoft ihat tt lA nrtrd
tome a if from the crate cine tbat pwy-icwns an 1 al tta
friends said MUST DIE! One penCeman. hi pamcti sr wu
0 far cone, (hat his pbys.caTi tuld him it wu rU b 'aktar
more medicine. He tten, token M hope vat teft. begen ' tsi
BRANT'S BALSAM cot wixl nf u aew veil atatr
he tnis;
Many Consumptions Cured.
.f. q it rrr.snir nn-TBti nl 11 emtw. .V. T.
.Iur..rm ..a it,r !lVT- Vl f MIlViEY BALSAM
told readUy at Clrde, and said - "If the s-aaaeca off -me of
oar most respeeiiSie people, and persoiuu, Tuiitie tagwWice,
can bo relied on, its naed cal rirtnes Lae cured maif wiy
Ur permit, seTeraif whom I am acijaainted with, whe were
so hopelessly siclf as to tie considered, by phjawiaa sal aa
mentis, pax a pofsiomry 01 care; anu jw, ujo --" -j
BRANT'S BALSAM has restored them to rtsrtCT HULT8."
IaUlVaS BUESD-MUST DIE!
Mr. 7. S TF.HRT. merrhamt. Kxtron. Celeste nu. X 1
wTOte,ABjratS4, IMS : - BRANT'S MEDlCINEisdonijwaB.
ders beret It has cured a mun of ContemptxmiLH ai eT
Uedicme, he could not raise bis band to nl wsuj ZTmt . .
mgw, ana every symjHom ermra i" iijui-juc v
bat. Btfoaiahiivr to aiL he is now ah to labor, and noM iu
wrer the eonnty. He used only fit bctde: II has s car 1
a youn? lady of ConruTxptio m Orleans cuuary, wbxa er
lainer says no aoewr emu enre.- . .
Mr. M ILLER. a merchant of the same place, bai cttti5i
Ibe troth of tbe above statement:
WAS BELIEVED PAST CURE.
Mr. CORNELIUS H.SMITH, merchant, CUbas fert.Jr
mntv. A". K. January 16. 183. said s -Tuor BR-lVTS 1N?J-
AN PULMONARY BALSAM and BRANTS PCRIi'ii-?
EXTRACT are neariy all sold, snd 1 want nrmedisielT mean
npiy, ior icey seu more rapiaiy, ana ytr oetirr r.-j .
tiolMtmm hu nimai m. lidv htrr fnM a bed of dsTPerOOf Ski
even ticknr. which all tbe doctors had jwa op as uxrs
le. They said she mvst die tnflk a CenMMmpttum-jftht -!
After all had pronounced tha ne iiorixcss. the cosiniencM
Ulunc BlUXt'S BALSAM and now she u treiir
CHRONIC DYSENTERY,
and Summer CoMpLsiirrs. In ehtliren or erovr rtsm
coitd
tstnovi oay jattwre tcnamer. Also
CHOLERA INFANTUM.
w -l .1. .?. nf ..r rhQd br Ctst
cfaildlesrrOTlns; complarnr, when terthmy bs warm wfr
lsosera iaiisrm,orwBii i, ti..ru ci ..... -, , . .- - -.
MRosv-i.. m unsivv Rirsitt" I ulaunisterea w
thocnild. ltahooJd.howeveT.mssrtus.bensrtlar i
at largm pchon aa tne dirccuou on eacn DOOle prteenne, u (
ue complaint im encczeu.
tW JUt lAtttrm and Orim ssssf be adirmei
WALLACE .fc CO.,
1 06 BrondvmT, New Tan.
Foraale bv KEUF1ELU a.GRA...w aru y u. " -FIERCCMontpelier;
Johnson St. &mptaII.Wsit;.J2
ak Delano, Waterbury; A.T. Bancroll. riamncUi rn"
. ,,..,..1 n ll..r.n: PbtOSJS
Wanner, ilarshneld ; A. G. Burnbam, M"""",' v r
Camp, NortiifieM Centre: J. A. S. White .rtr.ncw -Keeler.
Ilvdenark; V. P. Xojes, Morristo.n; A--ff
sr. m. '... i.,,i.. r..k:.: IV. A- II. Gris.oU.'
feraonville
seraonvii.e, i. o. iiopain. or s-w. .h."..5 - -ehanta
anJ firajjists in nearlv every tuwn m ta -"?:.,
January. 183-1.
New Carpetings
USTBeeeived at STOttES Jr. XAXGDOX'3.
3000 Lbs. Bsston & Fhila. LHAH
JUST Laadias at lbs Depot atul in Storo. ..-nri.
U " STOKR3 Jr. LACD0
WRAPPIN
ITi
1000 REAMS SUPERI0U
JARGC AND SMALw.t '"ff'SQS.
TOWN'S READERS,
pOR al by E. P- WALTON, fc. SOX.
50 DOZ. AXES
Or tfce bet: WARIlAXlxn MAKE for iale bytis-
as low as yon can bay in Boitoa.
-il.rcsnts ale... wad r.GV0
The best of TEA, COFFCK. St' B
and otber CBOCEHils.
I Cbeap fur Cash. SCOTT s TtB
OLD I
70
ieee Yds. "nwaKPi
OF th. Ial rich .lyl.J, just received by .'''"Jkj.
ItNGDOX. Ap'll
SCOTT & FIELD
HAriVf'( & HARDWARE
to be (band in town or
vicinity, wnico vucj "TntilW
fcrCath 70
COACH & FURNITURE
VARNISH, , iNGD0.t
afirribttu.aty,for..l. by 8T0KK3 1 :
J''J.X
SCOTT & FIELgro-.
world. Call aa. mmm it bunr.
K BMlITkba for Faaillr as.. "".. -, : vcDa 4

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