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Fro Bono Publico.
Travel travel travel ; that ii tlio order of
lio dy ! the first question in order is tho modo
r iMvi. ''"''0 next and nltvaya tho mam qucs
1, n i. " 1 ",c ho3' Wo havo n "ord or two
I.imVi as our titlo indicates, for tho public good.
n Diwton, it you aro wiUi a lady, you will
c 'ft.unly chooso tho " Jlcvere" tho best kept ho
tl in llie world, some great travellers say j it is
the best wo know of for neatness, quiet and
l'roin Boston to Now York you should take
Iho Kali Uivcr lino! tho steamer " F.mpire
SwrV" 11 every inch, table and all, a splendid
ntit class lintel Capt. llraylon is ovory inch a
,u ,,r, and Chiot Clerk Chaso is ovory inch a
If, h.mevcr, you chooso tho railroad route via
S .nngfield nnd New Haven, wo commend tho
ii assassoit House" kept by Mr. Chase, and tho
VUrnncr House," by Mr. Hipley.
In New York, if you would plungo into tho
i, ,r y-burly of business lift-, tho "Irving" or the
.i,,r" arc famed places j if you would get a.
m .n? the aristocratic upper tendom, as Willis
c , , ,t -you can go a great-way up town to the
i Isrciidon" ;' but if you want a noat, comforts
1, , , t place, with good attendance and well
( ,,,mli''d tables albeit 5 o'clock is rather late
,r (iiiiii' T, if one forgets "luncheon" as wo did
' t "Uollamure Huiise," on Droadtray, corner
9finu(: Street, is the very spot. Tho loeu
i.ii' midway bi'tween " up town" (city resij
,1 , i i and " down town" (the business pirt of
I tv, i and the proprietor, G. M. I'erry, is as
m I'lvwanly a liostas you will meet among a
t , u-,in(l and his clerks scorn to be " walking in
t i ..it-.tcps of Uieir illustrious" major-domo.
0 "I tliem (Unggs) is so nearly a Vornionlcr
t t we claim iiuiL.
FmiNrw York for Philadelphia you will
, . the railroad at Jersey City, if you are in iwj
ii hurry and not afraid of the reddest, finest,
i Ht abundant and most penetrable sort of dust
' j.iu want a little inore comfort, Uko the
i- hilt " Jobn Potter" at Pier No. 1, North Itiv
t . an i to go to South Ambuy, and thence by
m ' a 1 to t'.mdon, oppoite Philacelphla. This
r .11 take you through eotne of tho largest
; i. !i on tiards of New Jersey, and by a line of
l ,1,1'ul ulligps on tho Delaware.
In Philadelphia we have tried three hotels, so
r i!, and found only one. That one is the
' il'urd House," by Pillsbury it Uiilings and
i, ; is a Vermonter, into the bargain, lie
w i ike good care of you, we'll bo bound. The
l,,'ir.l" is large, new, ond most elegantly fur--.,.'l
in the latest and highest modern stylo.
i -. j. respects it is more magnificent even
, i i" - Kevere," ond it is very well kept be-
- . 1 hi one great feature ot hotel keeping it
i i ) i il to the " Revere," although some-
- i.i.imai lung it we mean, in quiet, nome
- mi-, from tho kitcln-n to the attic. This
li'uture in a great hotel we cannot so
, . ,i ah to compare it with the mBime,
! n ml beautiful sVau, engine in the Plul
'i.i mint, which does a vast, steady and val-
! umiiii -.9 with as little noiso as that of a
- ' u mci d rocking-chair m a lady's parlor,
i Ii .'i wilt-go south of Philadelphia, wo can't
' 1 i Ii uf or for the hotels, especially in hot
i' it. As to tlio lino of travelling, take the
..il at Philadelphia for Baltimore for speed :
- V Fi lt.in, a yankeo well known to some of
r r ulers, is .'resident, and wo must do him
m. " to say, that lie has greatly improved,
. .i -'ili improving, the road under his charge,
i go for comfort, take the steamer at Phil
.1 lor the Frenchtowo railroad : some 10
I " .iiiles of railroad through Delaware will
'. i to another steemcr which will carry
lli.'tmiore. From thence, two hours of
...i l a locomotive take you to Washington ;
v mi Washington you will come or go as
: ! hteam can carry you, if it is as hot, du3-
vi'l nnc imfortablo as it was some three weeks
We wonder how it is that any member of
.r.ercss or public officer, condemned to Wah
i n life, can ever maKe up his mind to ask for
i r. ..(Liion. To our notion, Washington life
i. '. t "rather is penance lit for great sinners,
fear, some of the great men are.
AoTlllll CArtDIPATE. Daniel Wfbiter.
-s ii lorty gentlemen, in Convention aseii
' at Tn iiton, N. J., have nominated Da.niel
rssirR as the Native American" and " Uii-
liiuli.lile for the Presidency. Tho tele-1
' 'i it lirst reported that Mr. Wobster said
""uid stand tlia firat" but it has Binco been
I i, ,it he trill not stand as the candidate of;
' h Jy The probability is that nobody will be
"ii.y hurt by thin operation. By the way:
' Webster was very handsomely received by
ir. ud at Boston on Friday. In tho speech
' i'ntli of Mr. Stevenson, who delivered tho
.pm on behalf of the crowd, and of Mr. Wob-
'. tli.Te was nothing of a psity casto. On
o'hor hand, every thing seemed to be very
1 vouruto and very propor, compromising no-
I- A sensible way of ooing things, which
"' mud coumiend to the Boston Counor, wore
11 t 'nit its present course is doing first rate
" for Scott and Graham. A groat many
"sclmsctts men think themselves perfectly
!f- uken the Courier is against Ihtm.
1'it.i Oaks from little Acohns Onotv."
A . incident, extremely minuto and comparative-
"f trmal importance, sometimes olevates to
I iilic iiutico, and places in elevated positions,
'" n of nothing more than common talents and
k qmre ments. For instance, tho nominees of the
' 'loco party for tho Presidency. But for a
" o Candy, Franklin Pierce might havo
K iit ms Uie in comparative quiet and seclusion.
'1 '- story told by Gov. Stoole, of N. II., of his
Political friend Pierce, " irAo gare a boy a cvit
Ivy a slick of candy icilh, and tliat boy a perfect
itr.ingir to jyank Pierce," has probably made
l1' latter more widely known than any other
"' f Ins life. Both his civil and military ca-
:r shrink into insignificance, and aro lost and
' 'gotten in view of tho simple but touching
' t, that las benevolence nromnted him to tho
'"'"lie and generous act of drying up tho tears of
uiB uoy uy a tailing draft upon his purse,
iru'y the poet was risrht when he said, "great
' teams from tittle fountains flow." and tho editor
"r'be Springfield Republican was not frr out of
'' way when ho suggested that it might be
"d. that for lack of fame, Franklin Pierce
nought his nomination for a cent." At that cx
11180 he stands before tho American people a
ndnHto for tho Presidency. X.
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Heatk. Mr Clemens gavo tiotico of a joint
resolution to provide for the election of a Public
. .....v., .. lu ,1A ulo nncca Ior congressional
A resoltilion,ofiered by Mr Welter, to refer
to a select Committee tho charge filed against
tho Commission to run tho Mexican boundary
line, was taken up. '
.MrWcller commenced reading a speech in
reply to charges made against him, while bound
W Commissioner, in n debato which took place
ill tne Senate two year ago, Bradbury's resold
Hon censuring removals Trem office.
Hot sK. 1 ho House proceeded to tho consid
eration of tho bill granting right of way and
lands !o Alabama, to aid in the construction of a
railroad in that State, from Girard to Mobile
Mr Jones, of Tennessee, move'dto lay tho bill
upon tho tablo carried, yeas 60, nays 57.
Air Olds, from tho Committee on Post officco
and post routes, reported with amendments, a
bill to modify tho rates of postage; iu consider
ation was iRMtponcd to Thursday morning.
c ' . , WKMMtJAr, July 7.
.Vn'ifc. Mr Atchison presented n petition
from Missouri, in favor of the organization of a
government for Nebraska territory.
On motion of Mr Davis tho Senate took up
tho bill to amend an act to provide for the bet
ter security of the lives of passengers, on board
vessels propelled in whole or in patt by steam.
I he bill covers 2H printed pages, and makes pro
vision that steamboats shall bo provided wit'i all
the modern conveniences and modes of escape,
in case of accidents. It limiu tho number of
passengers to tho capacity of the boat ; regu
lates the law of right to tho channel in rivers :
establishes a board of nino chief steam vessel
inspectors, and sub-inspector in each collection
district ; and provides penalties for all violations
of its provisions, &c.
Mr Davis read a speech composed of statis
tics concerning tho number of vessels built in
the I'nited States, the number destroyed, and
tho consequent loss of life and property. He
then explained the object of the bill, and propos
ed nearly fifty amendinenU to it, all of which
Mr Geyer then proposed omendmcnts covering
eighteen pages, so no of which wero agreed to.
1 he bill was then ordered to be printed, as a
mcn led, and tho Senate adjourned.
House. The Home resumed tho considera
lion of the joint resolution of the Semite, au
thorizing the Postmamer General, at his discre
tion, to declare plank roads post routes.
Tins was amended, on motion of Mr Bennett,
declaring tho road from Vallona Springs, N. Y.,
by way of Nmevah and Coventry to Oxford, a
post route ; also the road from Oxford by way of
Coventryulle to South Bainbridgo.
Mr Stewart oflered mi amendment, declaring
all highways pol routes. Disagreed to after a
debate, and the resolution waa passed.
The House then went into Committee on the
amendments to the Deficiency bill.
Mr Houston opposed the Collins line amend-'
tnent, contending that this money thus paid,
would be in the form of a bounty, without ade
qnale compensation to government
The Committee then discussed and agreed to
several of the Senate amendinenU, including
that appropriating $:it0.000 for completing the
fljaling dry dock ut Sdii Francisco.
Thursday, July 8.
f-nale. The Chair presented titions in fa
vor oi ii,e nomeiearl law. He asked, inasmuch
as tli.i r.ct was one of universal interest, when
the Committee on Public Lands would report
Mr Felch said the Committee had considered
the Lill, and had seut to the Land Office for in
formation j he thought the Comtnltteo would re
port on the bill next week.
Mr. Hunter gave notice of a bill providing for
uib reuenijuion oi me puoiio iieot.
On motion of Mr. Borland the Senate took un
the bill granting land to Arkansas, to aid in tho
construction of a railroad from Gaines' Landing
10 r unon ,n uiai mate, .tlgrassou. anu subse
Mr Douglas moved to take up the bill provid
ing for the establishment of military posts on tho
emigrant routes to California and Oregon, each
post to be mantled by '0 men, and tho jwwts to
be !i0 miloa distant Irani each other thesopoits
to be for the protection of the emigranU. The
forces are to be composed of volunteers, who
shall be paid as other troops of the L". Slates,
and at the end of three years' bervice, to receive
n section of land on Uie route. It also gives to
II. O'Reilly the right to construct alongtho linos
of these military stations a line of telegraph, to
be protected and guarded by Uie U. S. troops ;
the pcfiU and habitations of Uie soldiers to be
constructed by themselves
Mr Rusk opposed the bill, and alter some de
bate, it was postponed till Tuesday.
Hoi sr. Mr. Gray, from the i'ommittee on
PoH Offices ami Post Roads, reported a bill au
thorizing the Postmaster General to contract for i
the transportation of tho mails semi-monthly, in ,
first cla steamship, between Jersey City, port j
of New York, and Galwsy, in Ireland, via St. '
Johns, N F.. authoriuing a contract with the
luwest bidder for four years, the sum to bo paid 1
for sue h service not to exceed $10,000 the round
trip. Referred to the Committee of the Whole
on the state of the Union.
Various amendments wero oflered, after which
tho House adjourned. i
Friday, July 9. i
Senate. The special committee of the Son
ato in the case of the contested seat of Mallory
of Florida, havo unanimously reported in favor
of the sitling member.
The Senate adjourned till Monday.
lloi'si. Tho House proceeded to tho con
sideration of bills amendatory of tho law of
March ild, 1651, reducing and modifying the
rates of postage, and agreed to the amendments
projiosed to the first section by tho Committee,
of post offices and post roads.
The ilotihO went into committee on Uie Defi
ciency Bill, and went into consideration of the '
Various ineflectual efforts wero made to a
mend the proposition, and every one who in the
struggle obtained the floor Itft oil" a five minute
speech. The question involved tvas, will you
supwrt American or British interests? Will
you maintain or oppose a monopoly? Is it con
stitutional and democratic to make Uie appropri
The Virginia resolutions of V3 were inciden
tally discussed, together with other matters.
Finally, wearied with tho profitless debate the
committee roso without coming to a conclusion
on the Collins amendment.
The House Uien adjourned.
SATURntr, July 10 .
The Senate was not in session.
House. Alter reading tho journal, the House
resumed consideration of tho postage bill. Mr.
Olds instituted a comparison between tho old
and present rates, wiUi a view of showing that
wiUithe ounce minimum the average of tho
the nowspapor circulation of tho country Uio
postage specified in the bill is considerably loss
than the present rates. Under tho old law,
transient nowspjpera aro almost entirely exclud
ed, while under this they aro put on the same
footing wiUi other papers, alUiough it required
that the po.-taso be prepaid.
Mr. Washburn opposed tho first section. It
seemed to discriminate in favor of small penny
papers printed on thin pajier, and with binall
type, and against the largo papers printed on
large typo ana wim good material, no niu not
believe in tho propriety of such legislation, and
therefore oflered an amendment in effect to in
crease tho standard weight which the bill re
quires for newspapers, otherwise one half of the
Ceoplo of Uie States would be excluded from tho
encfit of the law, and Uie circulation of country
newspapers materially curtailed.
A debate ensued for and against Uie amend
ment, and continued.until thfl expiration of the
Tho House then went into Committoo of the
Whole, and resumed Uio consideration of Uie
Mr. Stephens, of Penn-, offered an amendment
that the duty bo levied on wares and merchan
dise, imported into tho United States, shall be
assessed on tho average price which such arti
cles boro in Uio principal markets of Uio Uni
ted States. Ht December, 1&MJ, such nncesto
be ascertained by the Secretary of the Treasu
ry, in order to receive Uie money appropriated by
these and other lines.
Tho Chairman, Mr. Stuart, ruled the amend
ment out of order, and, on the appeal, the Chair
man was sustained, ayes 8'-!, nays not counted.
The debate on tho Collins amendment wob
continued, and various amendments oilercU by its
opponents all voted dow iu
ocrtl News & Notices.
This Is tho watch-word and tho " order of the
day," with tho laboring elates, tho men of Dull
ness, and tho men of capital, among tho busy.
bustling, stirring and intelligent population of
Montpolicr. Ncvor, during tho forty five years
of our residence among Ihem, havo wo wilness.
cd in any one year, moro unmistakable and en
couraging indications of thrift and prosperity,
than in A. !)., I8.VJ. In all pirU of our beauti
ful villjgo, hid in tho geographical centre, and
surrounded by an industrious and prosperous
population of farmers, in possession of a rich and
prodiiclivo-soil, in all directions, east and west,
and north and south, aro seen evident tokens of
good for tho future, to gladden the possessor Rnd
tho beholder, on every farm, and in every street,
ami lano, and section of tho surrounding country
and of tho place, and among the peoplo in which
it is our happiness to live, and labor, and enjoy.
Throughout the village, our streets and wulks
aro undergoing permanent repairs a now, flat,
wide and excollont bridge, near the head of j
State street, is nearly completed Uio old Vil
lage Hotel, sometimes threatened by water, nnd
sometimes by fire, has gone to the " tomb of the
caputets," and a thrco Hory block of stores, built
of brick and granite, by Mr. T.J. Hubbard,
much to his credit and to tho benefit of the place,
has arisen, as if by magic, and now occupies the
placooftho well-to-bo-sparcd tavern stand:
Now and noat buildings and cottages, as private
residences, aro going up on every street in tho
place, and old ones ore undergoing repairs, in
modern style, and improvements, for ornament
end use. Indeed, a new and clean faco upon
the entire village, is seen in all directions, and
confident hopes aro chorished that a commodious
edifice for tho education of tho living and a fit
ting resting-place for tho dead, ornamented and
beautified with groves of evergreen, and laid out
into lots, will soon attest the gratitudo and tho
gnuu insie oi our entire community, m u are
advised that arrangements are in progress for an
extensive woolen factory, principally of flannels,
to occupy much of the excellent water power
on the north side of Uie Winooski river, near tho
souUiern terminus of Main street On Uie Ber
lin side of the river, the new and extensive flour-
ering mill of J. R. Langdon, is in rapid comple
tion. In short, every Uiing, in a business view,
witliin and around tho villogo of Montpelier,
shows tho enterprise of ita inhabitanU,and holds
out the encouraging and animating piospcct,
that tho' hitherto " wisely slow and sure" in its
advance, it is destined to become one of the mo?t
populous and prosperous business places in Ver
mont. Its inhabitanU have the will and the a-
bihty to make it such. All that is wanting to
insure increased succesi, is the di'igint and
persevering exercise of that will and ability.
Nature has done much for the pi ire, i ita
beautiful and central locality judicious plans
and well directed enterprise can do more. X.
The Concerts git en recently in this place, by
Mr. Wheelock and daughter, wero Entertain
ments of the first order. Miss Wheelock has a
beautiful voico naturally and she has g ven it a
very high degree of cultivation. Possessed of
these advantages, she sings almost without a
fault. Tho pnnty of tone which some less for
tunate than herself can maintain quite well in
the mezzo, she retains throughout No condi
tion of tone whether high or low, soft or loud
sudden or continued, seems to domand a sac
rifice of it; but in all circumstances we find in
it Uie same good qualities.
Mr. Wheelock gavo his parts in a manner de
cidedly satisfactoryto his auditors though it is
evident he Uiinks much more of tho daughter's
ability to please than of his own.
Tho audiences on both evenings wero thin.but
why may we not, previous to their jieparturo,
which will not take place for some days, give
them a good house ?
The Weather. We have hoard of people ven
turesome enough to look at a thermometer dur
ing the past week. They report 91 and Of! in
the shade, and 102, 104, and 10(5, where it prob
ably was not very shady. Our opinion is that
the weather was decidedly team.
On Wednesday a heavy thunder shower pass
ed over Northern Vermont A barn of Mr.
Wm. Sanborn, Ilardwick, and tho denelling,
shed and barn of James M. Currier of the same
town, were struck by lightning and entirely con
sumed. Mr. Currier lost seven cows.
On Friday another exceedingly sovero thunder
storm occurred. ' The heavens opened" on the
mountains near Bolton, and poured out a flood of
water. The dwelling of Mr. Stone was swept
away, and the family was saved by getting into
a tree. Jones's tavern was flooded to Uio depth
of two feet, and the embankment of tho Central
Railroad was washed away in three places, in
terrupting the trains on Saturday.
Conviction for Murder. Samuel Luther tvas
convicted of the crime of murder, at Uie rocont
term of tho Orleans County Court, and tvas sen
tenced to undergo tho punishment of death
Judge Collamer presided at tho trial.
The Student's Educational Series, by J. S. Don.
man : New York, Pratt, Woodford &. Co.
This is a new and valuablo series of school
books, published in good style, and embraces tho
primer, spelling book, four reading bonks, and
tho Studont's Speaker. Wo commend the series
to tho attention of superintendents and teachers
A Flying Trip to Vermont.
Passing down a few days sinco on tho lower
sections of tho Passumpsic Railroad, tto wor
highly gratified with tho opportunity of making
the acquaintance of the Hon. Rrastis Fair
n tMiS, the worthy President of the road, who
kindly invited us, to participate, with tho good
people of St Johnsbury and its vicinity m rati
fying the nomination of Gen. Winmeld Scott
and Wm. A. Graham, on Tuesday the SOtli ult
A proposition so much in unison with our own
feelings was cheerfully acceded to, an on tho day
above named wo passed up the fertile valleys of
the Conneticut and Passumpsic rivers, taking in
delegations of enthusiastic Whigs at tho differ
ent stations on the lino of the railroad.
On tho arrival ot Uio cars at ot. Johnsbury, a
procession with music and banners formed at the
denot ond marched to a stand erectod on the
common. Among the mottoes on the banners
wero " II infield Scott, tne Hero ana racijicalor,"
" Protection to Industry," " Scott and tiraham,
Vermont good fir 10.00U majority," " Graham Jor
Dyspeptic Irtcofocos," with others of like point
Dr John Dewey, of Maidstone, waB called to
the chair, and a largo number of Vice PresidenU
and Sectetarica wero appointed. Dr Dewey ad
dressed the assembly in a very handsome man
ner, and was followed by Hon. Erastus Fair
banks, of St Johnsbury, who, ofter alluding to
the well tried and sterling worth of tho Whigs of
New Hampshire, many of whom wero present,
called out Joseph Sawyer, Esq., of Piennont,
who responded in an able and spirited address.
Ho was followed at considerable length by Ja
cob Benton, Esq., of tancaster, and afterwards
the assembly was addressed by Hon. Win. He
bard, member of Congress, Win. H. Mills, Esq.,
of Bangor, Me., a delegate to tho National Con.
vcntion, Portua Baxter, Esq., of Derby, who was
denied a seat in the Baltimore Convention, Hon.
Josiah Brooks, of Lunenburg, Gen. E. P.Walton
of Montpeher, and Mr David Felker, of Whee-
!0,'!i,"''i r,,CIlt","Jcr Scoli t l'lppew,i and f,f,.. frotttntht llcst.- Chttnng Pro,nttts,
rll.l'r 1 , , . , 'A letter from Washington in tho Now York
tea ,ntfl o fact toX?, J?f. J!f? .'!ft!CiW "l"- !.." Pt infor-
uiu wiuuii oiiiuiiuiiii noys, nnii civimr atnn n ns.
suranco that they will roll up for Scott and Gra
hatn on unprecedented majority.
Thus bos tho ball been set in motion in Ver
mont and no earthly power can ntay its progress.
Tho "St. Johnshuni Ihuu," kept by Ed. Cha
pin, is justly regarded as the House of thin sec
lion of tho country. Built only a year or two
sinco ot an expense nf about $20,000. it combines
all tho modern improvements introdtieed into ho
tels; Is elegantly furnished, and while all tho
delicacies of the season aro served up in profu
sion, the charges are no moro than at ordinary
houses. People from the cities wishing to spend
any time in the vicinity of the White Mountains
would do well to miko this house their head
quarters, from whence thoy could sally out at
nleauro to any point of tho compass. Stages
eavo every morning for tha White Mountains,
illoughby Lake and adjoining towns.
Tho village or St. Johnsbury lb-elf i9 ono of
the most pleasant, healthy and attractive places
jn Now Lngland, during tho summer season.
1 ho buildings are mostly new, many of them are
tasty and elegant, and thcro is an air nfthriftand
comfort about the place unsual even in this sec
tion of tho country. The .Moral and religious
character of the people is spoken of in terms ol
tho highest commendation while our old friend,
A. G. Chadwick of tho " Caledonian" indoctrin
ates them with eoiiiul Whig principles. Tho
citizens of this place, having n livolv sen.e of tho
moral and political integrity nud north of tho
Hon. Krasth Fairbanks, and feeling that they
are greatly indebted to the firm of whieh he
stands at the head, for much of the prosperity of
j..,vji uinKej nave recominenuwi nun tor the
high oflice of Governor at tho ensuing election.
A more worthy or n more K)pular man wo be
lieve could not be selected. Clartmont V.agle.
General Pierce's Military Services Ao the
Boston Post and other Iocofbco papers have
had a groat deal to say or General Pierce's mili
tary services in Mexico, we wbflldtiiilt Uieir at
tention to tho following article, which wo take
fiom the Washington Republic. If the Post can
answer it, we should like to see the answer.
'To the editor of the HepuUic :
Sir: If you will examine the official reports,
you will see that General Pierce, though present
with Uie army in Uie valley of Mexico, was per
sonally engaged in not one battle. I refer you
to his own reports, in the message and accompa
nying documents for 1817 8.
Ho fell from or with his horse on tho 10th of
August (uoy before Uio baitle or Contrerss )
joined his brigade on tho morning of 20th Ati"
ust, after the battle of Contrcr is. and fell from
pain and exhaustion same dav) beforo reaching
tho field of Churubiisco, and", by hig own offi
cial confession, beyond the range of tho enemy's
guns. In the next battle in order of time (Mo'li
no del Rey) his brigade was not engaged. It
was ordered up. but, according to Gen. Worth's
letter, in answer to Gen Scotfs report, did not
roach that bloody field until two hours after Uie
battle was ended and the enemy entirely routed
The next battle was Chapnltepoc and thoror
itas. (gates) of Uie city, on the same day, (Sep
tember 11th,) " Pierce's Brigade" was engaged
throughout the day, and with special gallantry
and success, at Chspnltepee but Gen. Pierce
himself was not present, having reported sick.
By Ins on n official report he joined his brigade,
(one regiment of it ) at the ganta de Belen at A
o'clock on the 1 Itli of September, which was
after commissioner from the city had notified
Gen. Quitman, commanding at that ganta, that
Santa Anna had evacuated the ctv, and thit re
sistance was ended. Indeed, all firing had ceas
cd the evening previous.
I hus it can bo proved by the official records,
that Gen. Piorce, though present with the nrmv,
personally took part in not a single battle, in the
vuney oi .viexieo.
It may Invo been his misfortune rather than his
fault; and the fact is stated, not to proro Gen.
Pierco a skulker in epauletu, (a caseof coward
ice hardly to be conceived) but that Uie claims
put forth for his military service! nro not well
founded, and, indeed, not equJ to what you ac
cord to him
I will add what seems to be generally under
stood, Uiat General Pierco joined the army for
the first time at Pucbh I think tho day before
tho first division marched from that place for Uio
city of Mexico.
lie resigned hi commission aid came home
in tho first train that left Mexico aflor tho oami
pation by our troops of that city same eight or
ten months before the tear teas ended.
One who saw and k.vows.
One Week Later from Europe
Halifax, N.S., July (5, lfcM.
The 11 M. steamship Canada, Cant. Lang, ar
rived here about 8 1-2 o'clock this morning,
having left Liverpool at 2 1-2 P. M. on Saturday,
the 'Jtith June.
Kolad. General .Yews. The lovers of
scandal have had a highly seasoned dish set be
fore them this week, in the trial of a libel suit
brought by the notorious Dr. Achilh against the
no loss celebrated Dr. Nowman The former is
an apostate from Roman Catholocism, and tho
latter from Protestantism. Achilh nas charged
with many acts of seduction and debauchery,
time ahd placo being sworn to by Ins allodged
victims ; ho on the other hand making oath that
he never saw the women in his life ! A remark
ble feature in tho case was tho introduction in
thectidenco of copies of proceedings against
Achilli before tho Inquisition, it being tho first
timo since Uie Reformation that the records of
that tribunal havo been introduced into English
courts of law. The pleadings on both sides
wero noticeable for ability, and after threo days
of inteno interest on tho part of the public, the
Jury brought in a verdict of libel, proren on
charge the 10th, ia point of slight importance,)
and not proven on all the extraordinary charges
abovo alluded to!
Captain i-'coresby, the veteran Arctic naviga
tor, lias published his opinion respecting the
wrecks seen in the ice off Newfoundland he
expresses his decided conviction that the wrecks
were not the remains of Uio missing discovery
In a few days tho new scrotv-schooner Isabel,
which has been titled out by Lady Franklin, as
sisted by the Geographical Society, and placed
under the command of Capt Inglctfield, will
sail on anoUier search for Sir John Franklin,
through Jones and Smith Sounds, Baffins Bay.
France Tho event of tho week is a further
eilubiUon of reetiveness on tho part of tho Corps
Legislative against the dictation of tho President
On Tuesday tho Assembly had the budget under
discussion, and reinsert their assent to some ol its
items. Louis Napoleon, who was watchinc the
proceedings from a private box-, thereupon sent
a noto to Uie President, statinc that the assem
bly wero overstepping their powers in refusing
tlieir assent to amendments sanctioned uy tne
Council of State. Tho meeting broko up in
Upon reassembling (ho next day, tho budget
was again discussed, and the Assembly octedso
far independently as to throw overboard tho
grant of 1,7-15,000 francs for the dotation ot the
Senators. Tho difficulty caused a temporary
tail in tlio lunds.
M. Cabot tho Chief of the Nauvoo Icarians,
had announced that ho would loavo Jjondon on
tho 16th for Nauvoo, and further, that tho fratcr
nity intend aiinlyiii! for naturalization as Ameri'
can citizens, and will found another Socialist
Colony in Texas
Generals Changamier, Bedeau, Iamorcicre,
and Letlo, in consequence of their refusal to
take the oath, had been cashiered, but were al
lowed to retain their half pay-
Two hundred and fifty more political prisoners
had arrived at Havre for shipment to tho colonies,
The first detachment had arrived at Cayenne on
Uio 10th May.
The Emperor of Brazil, having invited sixty
of the sisters of Charity to minister in tho Bra
zilian hospitals, a number of tho Bisterhood are
about to embark tor Kio
,'lccidenl at VanderlilCs landing Great" loss
of Life. A melancholy accident occurred on
ilonday, 5th instant, at Vanderbilt's landing,
Clifton, Stateii Island. In the afternoon, at four
o'clock, as the steamboat-Hunchback camo from
tha city to land at that place, the Ferry Bridge
gave way, prccipitaUng 50 or CO persons, men
women and children into the river. A number
wero saved by the bystanders oil tho deck, but
many wero drowned. " Twelve bodies had been
recovered up to 12 o'clock that night.
Tho Middlctown (Connecticut) News and Ad
vcrtiscr, hitherto published as a neutral' paper,
raises tho Scott and Graham flag, and promises
to do excellent scrvico in tho great campaign
Il is an able and efficient paper.
j motion is arriving from tho West, allowing that
(Jen. Scott's chances of success nro incrcasinc
ami are already superior to his opponent's. My
information is derived entirely from Demoerahe.
Tho Democratic members of Uio
House aro, I ossurcyou, very much discoui
to-uay. from Kentucky, the advices aro Uiat
Cnssius M. Clay, and tho 4000 who supported
him for Governor on tho cmtncipnlon question,
aro all going for Scott From Ohio, thcro is
positivo infonnotion Uiat tho whips of Uio Wes
tern Reserve, contrary to Mr. Giddings' state
ment will, to n man, go for Scott ; and besides,
Uio Cass Democrats of Ohio, aro very cold and
soro as to tho nomination of Pierce. From Wis
consin there is information that Scott will sweep
the Stale. From Indiana, tho accounts aro de
cidedly in favor or Scott. Gen. Lano will take
the field to Rave the State, but with faint hopes
Cro)..-Our exchanges from tho South and
West come to us teeming with fnvorablo ac
counts ofthe crops, now about being garnered.
The growing crops throughout the country, with
some few unimportant exceptions, aro nUo rep
resented as lining in fine condition, nnd from
what wo can lonrn, the wheat crop will be tho
largest ever harvested. Corn in the same sec
tions, is represented as being rather backward,
while in others, especially at the South, it is look
ing extremely well, arid in groat abundance.
.New York lirpress.
DnEAnrri. Steamuoat Accident. Fin
Lives I.iist. Xcw-Orlettns, Monday, July Tt,
18.VJ. This morning, as tho stoamer St James
was returning from Biloxi, her boilors exploded,
killing fifty passengers including among them,
Judge Isaac Preston, of tho Supremo Court, Mr.
Woolf, the Corporation Attorney, and other
prominent citizen?, and many women and chil
dren, who wero returning from watering places.
The St. James, it is said, was racing at the timo
with a Mobile boat
Fall Elections Tho Presidential election is
to occur on tho 2d day of November next ; and
elections in advance nf the Presidential will oc
cur in tho following States at tho time mention
ed below, at most of which members of Congress
am to bo elected : Alabama, August 2d ; Ken
tucky, August 2d ; Indiana, August, 2d ; Illinois,
August 2d ; Iowa, August 2d ; Missouri August
2d; North Carolina, August 5th; Tennessee,
August 5th; Vermont Soplember 7th ; Maine,
September l!)th ; Georgia, October -llli, Arkan
sas, October 4 h; Florida. October -lib; Mary
land, October (ith ; South Carolina, October tllh ;
Ohio, October 12th; Pennsylvania, October I2th.
Cholera. Tho Ptaimor Philadelphia sailed
from Chagroa on the 22d ult. for Now Orleans,
and on the second day of her pasago the Chol
era broko out on board. Beforo her arrival at
Havana, whitlier she proceeded for fuel, and
stores, forty persons had died, including Mr Bird
sail tho U. S. mail agent Sho was ordered n
woy from Havana, and was not permitted to re
main two miles outide of the harbor. Sho pro
ceeded in conseqnenco to Key Wost.
BOSTON PRICES CURRENT,
For Wool nun Country l'roihici1.
tlrpartedftirtkt li'utektaam ht Prociur it WuoD, CiMMit.it
.Hrrchnnli, 130 ti Sir'M, B.. .
i't..i, .tloitnai, Joct IS, 1862.
ASHES Pots per 100 lbs. 1 75 n
Pearls, 5 tiik a
APPLES Dried, per lb. 7 a
BUTTER Very choice, per lb. 15 a
N. York & Vt Dairy, 14 a
Com. Dairy &. Storu, 121 a
CHEESE Prime, per lb. C a
f air, 4
EGGS Per dozen, lUi
FLOUR Genoseo,fancy, pr bbl. 1 50
do extra, 5 00
do common, 4 25
St Louis, common,
do fancy, 4 31
do extra, 4 75
do fancy, 4 31
do extra. 4 75
a 5 00
o 4 25
Michigan, common, a
do. fancy, 4 111 a 1
Canada, in bond,
common and fancy, 4 12 a 4
Rye Hour, 3 G2
Hues wheat Hour, lb.
GRAIN Corn, Northern, bus.
Ryo, per 5(J lbs.
Oats, Northern, 32 lbs.
White Beans, per bus. 2 00
HOPS Per lb., Istsort, 1851, 40
BEESWAX Vellow, per lb. 27
PROVISIONS Boef, Western,
mess, per bbl. 13 00
Eastern moss, 13 00
Pork, ex clear,
Mess, &. other brands,
Lard, kog, lb. 12
Lard, bbl. lb. 10!
Hams, Boston siu'd
a 17 00
a 14 (.0
a 22 50
a 22 CO
a 20 50
a 20 CO
POULTRY Per lb.
STARCH Potatoe, per lb.
WOOL. IJomestic, haxony
Fleeces, per lb. Omos.
Full blood Merino,
i do du
4 do do
Do No. I
Do No. 2
50 a 1 25
ASHES The low rates in Now York con
tinue to occasion low prices in this market
Purchasers decline offering but $5,50 for pearls,
in largo quantity ; sumo small sales at &5,(i2j.
Pots t'1,75 a $1,37!. Prices, wo think, will
BUTTER The past fow days indicate a
better feeling with increasing demand by the
trade. The arrivals having been qtiito limited
of lato will aft'ord lioldere an opportunity soon to
close out the present stock. Some prime lots of
Vermont Dairy have been sold at 15c ; very fair
and desirable quality at 14c. NVo quote, how
over, tho market valuo and our sales for strictly
prime and yellow Now York and Vermont But
ter, 15 a 10 1-2 ; othor urades dairy, wluto bot
toms, soft or heated, 12 1-2 u 1 1c. as to quality.
Fresh consignments having arrived in good or
der, we think, will secure advanced prices.
CHEESE -There is an unusual quantity of
Cheeso in market, prico declined and dull.
Choico mild dairies sell at (i a 7c; oUicr grades
4 a i. Cheeso that aro very Uiick aro slow of
FLOUR But very littlo doing prices stea
dy. GRAIN Good yellow and whito corn is
rather scarce ; tho quantity of inferior quality of
mixed is largo. Oats in fair demand at 47c.
Ryo 00 a 05c.
PROVISIONS Pork is firm with a fair de
mand. WOOL The market for fleece Wool is rath
er linn. Tho arrivals of the now clip being as
l!ilm, Jul 7th, ljr ICet. Jmtt Hob!!, Moo. Amur
i"T( uf Trr lUutt, lud, to Mm Miry llobsrt ol U
LIFE OF GENERAL SCOTT,
500 riGKs, lil mo.
HANDSOMELY St DURABLY BOUND,
Illiutraleil Willi KiiKriiviiif,'".
BY KUWD D. MANSFIELD, KSQ.,
Mtujr fr fctltorortiia
CliUia.Xl Au'f CtfKl
Tk uUcribi will rkoril rMtir. fium lit 1'rm. in
Edition of tit .lull '. J " faun lk
liol.hlu bcuiooM WtireuUl tb him, M ll.1
molt fortiU urnii. Ki.tfuilber lliculatl md all lie
c.i.iiy iariinUoa.splluai l Ipletis tilJmi Hull ll-
.,.ui..b.cb.r. ( MAN6F1KUi,,uMitl,,.
ST 131 Yolk SUMl, ft IliMO.OL
ni.& MTfs. MANLY,
linn. I hi, tmbllr m . , .j .l.. ... ........
Mmanlalor the 11.IU himfh... iu itmlent .hall b tr.
ran.ni, jnn inoroojniy Initio. I, d, Ml only In tha
T i l, I "-"7""""""" ' tiMl.loa ofrpara
lon fir t.'ollnr, fr lh duliti or Ma ot iiiorrialonal U.h
ra. In.l.nallrH iill h i.n.lJH a..,.. .....
l,l, uhlln It cmnmnolritra kiionledga, tfath indapanrfint
"m.n.iinn ann rn'Triiarci.
In conarmatlmi oT Ihraa aaaulanrra. VI ftrt th. t...
and iiiria-aful einrrianra nt tha IMnrlr.al : and at. .b.
tha libaft, of eojiylnt tha following teitlmony fiom the col
imna i . n , nriiTMO . f iftll(Pr I
" '. Mlt and lili acnmnllihnl lady hia acquired
in arilahln r Miiiiian 11 toachrri that moil difficult aa
ill iia. andii.(l, teannmilil' profailloo a a iVa
i IVW lha l'r.ni.,n.l ...1 ...I ..... .1. .. I. i. .
ranti ami loatd.ani lhai Ihp, ran nlara H.-I. -l,,l l,.n .-.J
mo-al. Ii.i.llariual and pl.yaal w.lr.r. ,,! comlort will be
by him oarcfully and uatln-iily iorght "
Tha .arlooa Natural Hcl.nc. ,, ,. l,l,.l.d by an
ralirilr new and ialual.ln enimatui. uImi.j r.i.i
ardl in hia than wuk iu. r..i... c.t ....... .
I harf n Tor tolllon will temaln ii hi-Tainf ra,
ll-wril iO nrlaala fantlliaa. nf iMm i. ........
It had tipon reattMtahta teroii. '
Tor inforotalinu or lor aniitance In rrocurl, a roorat or
board, ipf.icatiun toiy la made to ilia bacieutt ot Piincl
pal. R W. TIIAVr.R, Pre.ltlnnt, l Hoard of
II. C.PPB.NTi:n,8emtary, truaieri.
No Ihfi.lJ, Jul. 10, IM1. S7:4w
LIST OF LETTEIIS
M.rM.WNl.NG in tin Toit Offiee tl NfctthfteM. Vt, July
1, t:st: 1
Hrnn-H, 1 .
Mfr.jt, A let
Ct4IM., JtUM It
I "tf IiUriut
i. iiii If I
DanlftU, M tiln
llutton, ttfttnttTt V
(Jmnlwir. Henni O
iftif ijr Jerry
llil., JmTcron M
llaitl.ru " K
11 0-.tr., LytttHD A
IlniebiDtmt, A 11
111- uae, Akintu
I I ft t , O-n'i.1
Ktmftin, l rm J
Melftto.h, K.t iva.nl
M .m.ln. Abljnll tl
M.llr, II A
Philip, J-iM'-. T
Piltftron, Jar i un
R4.eru. y It
lfirit. fi J
Tim?-, J h
Tlldm, I)iTl, U
WtUm.. A II
r-rtMin cnllln for i It a bote letter v.1 I pleato iJiv
WM. HOOF.RS, p. M.
Holloway's Ointment. '
A PEHFO.V 71) VI MX9 OP Ann I'URF.D OF A DAO
LKfl OP TIIIltTY YCAR'V STANDLVfl.
Cw rfa Ulttrnia Mr. fVm. .JflAi, BwUrr f Ott Ore,
HhsH ttfr, near lIutiltt'JHltl, ttattd .Way .nil, ItOI.
To Profcaao? llotLwr,
Hit. 1 kulTai-Md far n, imM(m1 of thiitv Taraftom a badlr,
1m rrsuU i ( twn or ibri dillf rnt ai-cldcula at (at Worki,
amiittiiai) riy tTiriiotie ttmttntia. I lit.il recuuri tn a
viirtri) oi nivdtriil tt h , wjt built dennita anv unefit. and
wnidvirt) trild thai th Iff inuit hm mfmtltt' yi , in npuo
fituni i.) Di.it uMiit.Ht, wur Pill and OintaiRiii tiava erlrci
fd a ntfiiplaia curs in to boit a 'w, that rw who liif
not wnntaanl it wotti-j curt it tlio lac U
fil'm-tr W.M AIIII.
'I Kn truth uf il ta t-tatrrftMit ein ha vrrlft-d by Mr. V. V
I; (.In lit, I li.'ima , I.I, M..kut -tr-l, llu.l 'rr.lVU.
A UltKMJFUL iA!llUUiTtTUi;illN UN B MONTH
Kitm t ij a letter m -Mr Vrtdfruk 'I'Hrtrt-f t'tn$huritt
trnt, Aaltd lit. iiilli, itiM,
To Pro ot IlnM..i,,v :
It. nr . h , My wile had antTi-ri'd fi"in Had fUMf-a mora
Mi 'ii at tii"tiUi, i. ml itiiritt I ho hIcjIo ppiiod had tlio (!
madicul MMPitdafiirp, hut all lit ho uc I ! a vine it fore heal
ed an Htrftil wotinil in ivy uwn Ifg hy yvut MiirtaIJ in rill
fhif, 1 d trrmmrd ajrain i ti- our PilU and OintniPiit,
mid lliarefute 8h Ukmii a trial hi bin rata, and fait una I a It
arna I did n, for to l (linn a miitilh a ppf"cl i utH waa
BlTertad, and ttta benatir that vnrioua otlmr hranclit a ufinjr
I miti I li'iin dnvd from lliir uc, ta tiuly aitoniihtns 1
now ai'Uflgty rWMnu ihaui to all my Inend.
(eifn-d) ntUDUIUMv TURNER.
AN INFLAMMATION IN TII1J SIUK PI1UFECTLY
C'pf 'Z t'tUr nm .Vr. fVtnia JlmvU f Brtakatiet Le
tk4i)H"ftJr Ulmbro', datod Apr.) SOih, IC5I.
Tn ProTatvaur HuLLnwar,
iir. Kor mora tlitin twant eara mr wtfa haa Itctn inh-
jol from itnit ioiiine,to attacks rrt infl unnialioq in tha
aula, (ornln li alii wai hint and l'ittrnd to n treat ei
tlil. llie nuln could nut ha leinnvnl, AUuut four teara
f ah lavr, fn th p?ra the wonderful cuiea tfferted lv
year Pill aint Ointtnant, and ilimijlit aba would (tivh them
a Hi i I. Tn hr jjtndt aatoiiiatmieiil and daligbt stia ot un
medial ft relli-l Ham their uae, aod alar peraovrnn; for
three w.m'I.k pin iu liar at.io win cmnpf lair curad. and
the nnj-yw) tha teat f health lor the (rial four year.
Thaaa PilU .liw U tie uaad jlnlly with tha Ulotineat In
mot of tlio folluwiux caaea
Uad b-fa Ctm-golaet Pirlutia
Had Uraaita ChtlhUin (lout
Ilnina Cbuitnrd hand, OlioitnUt
llamona tJunia (ofl ratln
IIiloofMoa- Canroia Linibr,jj
ebeCoha A- Contracted and IMra
Pnd niaa PtifTJolntt lcildi
Tn mo a
Con-bay lalaphautaiiaa Hore Nlpptea Yaw a
filial the aalaldiabmrnt nf Pro lei tor llol owar. S44M
Biriiitd, (ft-ar Tempi IUrt) Inndon, an I bv all roinectntWi,
l)rncgiU and Uaalera in Aft-dic tit a ibrouybout tho Uritiaj
rint4,Hf rtuila and isJ.pO. thole.ia by lha i inrlpnl dm
hot, it- ir, the L'imoi. . .un! by Miini A II. At. W. HA.N'lta'
..oil ir Tni iiuhp oi i in i uivii . in imi auu iniipa at ili I -
Aim Yor. nnt bv H. K t 'Jh l-AM, aiontpi liar, Vt
'1 (err i u riiimu. trik navinj in lokina l'f,"r aliea,
N. U. Di.eii.OH tor tba guidanca ol Ptiema In rvtty
Oiaoiilm are uths d to arh ux. BCi
CASH PAIS iWOOL
JouaSti. Hy 8TOKII8 II LAISGIION.
tV Wairwi'i, Ailai.'a, (?ruainiMna. Taft ft Kiniba'Pa
munuficture, foi aalo br the dt. aa low aa of tbn man-
uiaei ur r.
'PUB calrbralcil ricjlhca, manurtctorad hy I'DUKINH
1 MIlrilllR At rill.llV, Tor lata by KEITH ic IIAR
03-Mrrrhaoia iu,,licd at the manufucturrl'a price.
Joor Jp, IMS. B.'
TO THE PUBLIC.
rpllANKFUL for tbn )bra paironnge which tha people
1 of tb'a irioily bare bo 1 to wed iij.uu ina for tho pal
r : anu Deini 1 (inniani or 111 c-niunuai.ci, 1 nave a iticu
) laigfly to my foimfr atoca of
HOOTS & SHOES.
And have .Ictatininrd uron manufnclurlrg all my work, and
oiilMinae with Uuatoo vale work anliialjr.
InowulTrr )ouorrly variety of IIOOTri and 8IIORH,
cuitum-m ide and u.in.ntid, al Icaa fiiica lliau you halo
bean to tho habit ot ayiii lor rtoalan Bale work.
X lt.ve a larya lot i,f aala) work talileh 1 will .all lor jual
what it rot in ll'iaton, to cloan il orT, ronalitinc of
UtlK-a' IHark & oul',1 (. M I I'.U IIOOTri I
Meu'l 1 lurk IIOO I .t SIIOIIS .
II.,) 'a l'i,wl,lr Im,, and Call LOOTS ;
11,.,'i Ki., Call and i'utml l.fialh-, rillOl',.
Jui,. ill. 81
BY J0II.Y SIMLDIiVfi, Jr.
LAIIW Kill and I'nimelrd Laathaf CiAlTHR HOOTr1!
JCN'NV UMI DOKT8. J. Lii.d SIIIJKd i J. LlaJ
SLIPi jll i oalom made aod m-rr.nlt d.
Aixildin's JSfork, fttailnj State Street.
Moutpell.r. June 1, lk&l. 61
YOU CAIN BUY
Every Variety of Children's Shoes,
Ok JOHN SPALDING, JR.,
Spalding's Block, head of Stale Street.
!H'jONni:i irum tha 2'oor Drpartmant at Watcrbury.
Varmcnl. on r altuat Ilia J9(h inatant. a man nainaa
RUiSiL'L B'l HAV', a auiMr, cbargaaMa to aaid town,
umjo' miuaiiDj iura, a uii iuu nnrcin ya, a leaaia
cuiifuuaiad furnt, ban g a full rtpraui.uD at lanuhy.
W bvvi eau auit will(.a lufufiukiiBn curtcarnin; Mm
will greatly fm-i tha Ixalint ut aaid town, and Ilia laalmf a
bdfea fuanUa oflba nu .!..
I II Al'lir.Ur) CUQUGU, O. B. Toor.
U'atartiurjr, Juna lTui, IbiJ M
QASMjiaidfot WOOL by SCO FT Sl FIELU. ,ut9J
Wqw Ilampshiro Medical Insti
I'llE FIFTY HIXTII t;ol.'l:t"F. OF 1.F.CTUKE.1 wl.l
I K.u.min rM un Thuradav. Aitu.l5ih. It&S. and con-
naua fourteen weuk. , latroductory I-ccluta by Frofearor
PIIELPd. l I P- Si
ll. JUEI. FAUIifiR, f.-1- n., Frofciior or lledicil
1)1X1 C'UtlllY, M I). I'rufaaaor of cturgery, Obatatrlci,
and diaaa.i a uf woniati and children.
AEIIEKT HMITII, M. IL, Ptoleaaoi ofTherapautUa and
EDWAUII E. FllEt.rS, M II, riofeaiotof Practice of
Medicine aod I'alttologieel Au.lomy.
EHMIIMMI, FEAdLEII. l. II Frof.Mor of Anatomy
aod PllV.lotok- ,
oAMUUI W. UOIIKK1H, A. U. Uamoiiall.tor oi noa,
Fcei pa, able In advance. A orlaj rlcnvtJ KUlaal ra-
faaaaill. caJar.r, A, .
Faea lor ma couile JM. Malllculatioo $3. i.tadualloi
E. It. FEAHI.EK, Sec'y.
lliooter. N. II., Juno , 1MJ.
60 NEW PARASOLS,
J UST BCOBIVED, .1 treat ..durUoo fromWytlce,
j"0f IS. f3
(i h Tf:,Vrr"UN"tt'ouNTV OKAMMAKPCIIOOM
I I A b"" Pmnnently an(itil al lh Principal inH
thaialloni ilipit.ii.irinii,ocllon by inch ttacheu only
i are ar.nwn In hue had m ...! . j... '
I Ir'..) f-l1'''' fe;-w"h "' f.llor.-la a IW,
niiaaard ftl ?"'''' ", hot aooalled lit I Mi .(at,.
t""1 f'l'oroil lo ba. lb, and praaarrad. br
mill. r.J.y.y Z. ' ' dnr.Ma !,!,, ii
"'"'?'" flffl, aealalillhfdln 1841 gStlV.
BBINSIMD & CIT
11 VRLING TON, VERMONT.
Mannfaelnren 'at Butliojloo, Vt.) of
Silver Ware & Gold Jewelry,
ra opening tha moat eaned and elleaiirn airollment of
from tht bait wotkmen In Europe, whole wuchee an of
fn all ita baant an-1 mlxiv nf na. . .i .i.c . ... . .
thn quality made at ihla atom foi mnny ara.
TaaPtti, Urna, Communion Varp,Catora, Ppoona, Forki,
- . . , a . a. , ,, irrnni, Bu'i i 'un iniTa, vaBa
nd r tl"n 10 t'1 Imp. I-amf-a, VV icki. Qlob-a
and t httnnifa.
Craiy ll.inn o.ad In i ha line
l isllillr,- It ,l Hunting-.
Klflra. flona. Pialnla V..l. ..... ....... ... .
,., u ' L, r , - " 1 ni'i, riaaai,&c.l Itona,
Flie.,riK.o. fwltcll, llo..k., Amerlrao Ural, of our OTIt
niake an I trehle Hooka nf our c.w-i im(ot,. ton.
Wemalftanvr.ntteti-nll'inffnr Pm ll..i... a m
.Midal. tic ad and vvnii ilunv in ih .f... .i. j '
' . , . . f 7 ( I'm tiiuig ajr
fnratailj and keep a bcauti'til aanrtment of
Amct ioiui and Toiciii Jewelry.
tifrWa IttTa Watch Marrmrnti nf not nwn Uai.ti...
whirK Ha have caed in any style den red by our caitonen.
Stlrrr SttttT. 'Xobtttco attU fant itoxrt,
Hfttl (if Hllft-t Kfll. Pfirtaa N.I fliwiB .11 ......1.1.
PreianU ttilMir-n,a tfilmr Knivof aih) Pork nd Oupa.
Hfautifu) Ctiiirch and rilor Urirana tar Hcraphinft. with
aa W ala, M-llto, iiM.Hri, IlirtHit, Vloliin,
X hitet, Utiylfandnll khidnof Muaic.1 Mtichandiaa. In-
truolinn Uouka for all Intiumanta, at law mieea.
Rich Wntine lak, l''iinj Ce 'Work llotea. Per
tumo Vh ee, and Kane Hana nt many kind.
Suti! Sprciaelrt Y Iye iilaiifi to Jit alt jtT$rrt.
viiist;soiiiS a .yitistoscofas.
Chatna, Tana Llnfi ainf V ard Maaauraj.
HAIIl. 100 eetla nt nm'o uf Plain I fair and Ourta atwira
CU.lli3, nruhf, Parfumea, Kino Soap, Razor, Knltee
Seiaaora and Cne.
A fine rim It of IliidjJ aod oihf Ilirh Taoi. either for
common urn. oi in ue at bntli. na,iit or Weddirtira.
Of., rra al.l. .n.lnn.t.la I... It.. I. I...UI
The Clock! oo the Og.l'niaburyl. (load wei a furnlshad by ul.
A lot of Fire Whcvli, Unman Can, Ilea, Cga Llgliti, Tor
podora and Crjekcra al wlioleaale only,
TO TIIK HEADER.
In calling your attention to your Block of Good, we do it
ingel yutirrutloirt. We keep a large atnrk nf
GOODS TO SELL,
and we ttill make it fur your nit Men to bur of aa.
mtLNHMAlU, mtOTUEU tco.
Itoflii.flon, May, 1. 8$5
JULY 1852 HAS COME,
AND WITH IT
The Prices of Goods arc ..educed
nf flio IN-oili-N .Store.
Ol ll .MOT TO IS:
To sell of all Good.i rriA the season, Id the ioss
be trlml it may. .
JfT All itlOuld C til aiiiti .0,1 aorurn th.lr ahar. of O.n '
3M per rent, saved In !ivnsoN.
r Y. I, mr recalled Un. ,l.iv r 1 nrh Mlk lracoli, and will
' ai.ll al ptlcua thai will pieae all T to l,S5reuta at
tha Feoptn'e Mtore. LYMAN i. KI.MI.
July Ii, Vbl. tfi
SCOTT i. rlUI.II hao r.T -trcd a lar.ood laffl of JiT.VV
nOOL'f, whn Ii ware booglu al irjuco.1 pnera, ar.d will
beoll at a ama.l adv. ore Icr Cuali.
July P, ItvU. Ijl
(liissimcrcs, Doesliins, Vesings,
(IKIiAT VAnll.TV may be aeon ot BCnTT Ic
i KIKLIVS. tl5 July 8.
" 'JL)larS8SG001S. :
K N15W I,OTorilF.RAt,r.H, llcraia til' I.ANKA, POP.
Ll.NB.MUSLI.NB, Veil tUOTT It 1'IEl D'S.
4 Ooo-l aitottmenl of IIoua.3 Trmimioa, Joiner'. Toola,
11 Mill Mawa, llraai Keitlea, C.S. nnd Plated Hhoreli, and
almoat erery Ihio to llie Hardware l.iun al
Monl n!ier, Jul? 0, IrM fcO
SJCYTIIFrt (nfreat van.ly)l,r the doirn oralnalo:
WNATIIH, FOKK8 UfYTIIK MTONF.8, forialeVy
'P1IE brat kind In uie for lala by SCOTT ic FIELD.
' Jul, 0, 18.VJ. 8fj
aio. V. Itiker's i:sl:ii.
STATE OF VERMtl.NT, In Frohalo Court, held at Mont.
Uaihln;toit I)itnct,a. ( irlirr,litnnd for laid dulrlct,
un iho Mhdar ofjulj, A. II lM:
V i.i.mii iv. i,.miih,i,i adnilniilratoron t lirt ailato
ofUEOIlOK V. 11IKEI!, lala of Uouloelier, lo aahl
lllitrltt. daceaiad. Illl.atal. mil., annll-all.... I III. .
here for an oileuaioit of the nine herntoforo allowed him
In ,ay thedalili due from eaid ealato and aeltle liliadrainli-
uaiion account wnn am l.ourt, until ionic ruluro day f
VVI.crrupon, It ii ordeied that .aid applicallunTje rrforreil
u a-pMiim ui ma aun, hi wi mm at tlio I'robale urlico in '
aid Muitfptliar, on Iho SOU, day or Jul, 1SW, at tan'o'clock -A.
M. for hearing and dei luon, and fmtlier ordered that all "
periona Inleieated ba uotihed lliereuf h, pubhihiof tha aub
taoro of aald application and the order. Miereun Hire
weeke BUCce.aivala lu tho Vannanl lV.irl,nk.n .,..1 Hi I a
Jouritul, nriuteil at aat.l Monlpriter, all to bo pretioua to
aid lime ofbearioi and dar.ialou.that they may appeal, and
at laid time and place, if the, iiRiuii, object thereto.
i, uitiar vi ijouil,
Aneii, l.YJIA.V nillGCS, Hcsijter.
A liue copy of eeord.
8fl Anoit, LVM.W DllllJCa, Ilrii.l.r.
IIA1K, HUSK &. PALM LEAF
A VERY HUPEKIOR A IITICLB F'lK H UJI1I Kit I7CB.
may bo fouad Cboai,. at J. t?. E11EU Y'H.
July 7, ion.
ELLIS & BANCROFT,
nAVI) Ma In raiurnail from f!oton and New York with
large auJ well selected sUu.1. ot
wMo!, uacm aell at l,f)VVKR I'ltlPKH IMN EVER.
V in Ttta tha PUfchuabr l( (iooda la call aod eaainioa our
JUSJtAOnS. DE LAXES,
LAWiXS, TISSUES, .
GINGHAMS, SILKS, ij-c.
Also, beautiful Watered Silks
With a lataaeaoitmentof I.AFES andFUINOES lotllm.
U would alio invite all lit waul of
noNi j:ts ami i.ikiio.vs
to call and ti imloa our to-k l-eloro purchatini eliawbare.
I'iit Ior iZnt Itriuicli ItrlilKC.
Mon.ipiiM. Ma, f5. im 61,41
" Keaudful Watered SlhM,
IN Al l. UOUlK. lor Manilla- Ho rlob S.lk l.aeca to
1 triea. al ' EI I H a- UAKKEU'H.
To all Trailers in our (iarden Seeds
17011 an aitatiaf eauaa H hcioea nacaaiary to caution
cb aod ataiy vran ao'im cietad agatoal pajiufto
una MM MOl.tiliOOK. rarruiW dalna tiutloata Jor wr
JDClciy, tii? Account, Uei?ei t, or Nolr, itelon-laf to or
irowliiff out of aucti lm4.n , ha b.n ao rlcbt ir authorl
v at) tu dot !' i"oQt ao cuuLcrnaa will levari
thrmtelvra accord in jt I y
A ravurto tha public will ba confatrtd by bfcx .
inatrtion tf tho abova uouce la all oaper priattd in ln
Htato of VarmoDl.
CALEB M UVtKi iiumae
Nortli ITnUald, .. II. Juua tfJdj 63 :
WHITE HI VER BANK.
ri'llE llitectori of the 1VIIITE KlVF.ll DANK bar do
a clared a dlrldaod of lour prr cent., on lh capital stocll
paid in, payable at lb ilaukloj llouat lu Ualbel, on. lb
Ut day ol July neat. t,
' L. I- TILDI.N, C.ihirr.
B.tl.el.Joaa 83. ISX). "
ELDK IDG 15 & JOHNSON,
Alloineys A. Coniicillurt al Inwi'
Dculersa iu Land AVai rants,
NASHUA, N. II. .
PUBCIIA8E Fl(K CA8II A.NU FAY
Fot ICO acre warnatr, I91
HI ". "
40 ' 31
Tha eb ,nea will b chanfe.1 aa th market varlai,
aod uo waitanii will b puicbaaeij after tba iu of the
homailoed act b, Coojliii. '
WaliaaU a.ol by mall ot tipirii properly iiiljncJ, will
be promptly pal'1 foftaiurtt mall oraaprrti.
fIhui. orA.nioineiit iol oh. u. .t t.ucatad- Corm