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From the Western Citizen.
Blessed are lliey. that Mourn.
BY REV. GEORGE ALLEN.
How many hearts are sighing !
How many friends arc dying!
How swiftly time is flying!
To lay me low.
Earth has no place of rest
Upon her sinful hreast,
And only they are blest
Who dwell on high.
Then, while my soul shall slay
Within her hut of clay,
I'll give to God, each day,
My heart ami hope.
Anil, when my soul shall leave
This world, where fund hearts grieve,
Her spirit wing shall cleave
: ' Its lilisswanl flight.
There pure my soul shall he,
Bathed in the boundless sea
Of grace, that biings to me
A Savior's love.
Bright spirits then shall meet,
And friends, blest friends shall greet,
And cast nt Jesus' feet,
Their blissful crowns.
No more shall sin molest,
Nor grief, this throbbing breast,
Nor on its life bo pressed
The hand of Death.
But, in that world of light,
On which shall fall no night,
Joys, that no chill can blight,
Shall ever bloom.
From the Morning Chronicle.
No matter how we came by the following note
from a minister in a neighboring town to his friend
in Boston. The flowing ease of the versification,
indicating the fraternal feeling that dictated the
epistle, makes the piece a beautiful specimen of
that most difficult species of writing a real letter
My dear friend Neale,
How do you feel
This cheerless day
So late in May ?
Has 'madam' come?
Are all nt homo
Whom homo unites?
Things put to rights?
Melissa well ?
And Toll Ho tell;
And sweet Jcnncttc,
Does she talk yet?
Ah ! Neale, 'tis home,
And bairns, and wife,
That cheer the gloom
Of chequered life.
Much loved, or good,
The friends we find
When we're abroad;
Sublime or dear
The scenes we view,
Or sounds we hear
'Tis, after all,
By far more sweet
To list the call
Of tiny feet
And clasp anon,
Within our arms,
A little one,
A parent's eye
Can well descry
To sit at eve
With one's own wife
Head, chat, and weave
The wel) of life,
Rehearse a tale,
In England, o'er
A id ug of ale.
Ah ! brother, you
And I do know,
They bid adieu
To bliss, who go
To find it where
The mass repair.
Abides on earth,
Its (1 we ling-place
Is by the hearth
The hearth of sweet
And quiet home.
And though the feet
Of others roam,
IjVll fondly cling
To this and sing,
With higher zest,
Mid scenes so blest,
The songs we knew
In olden time
Before we grew
sent the carriage. You never stay so lato at the
No. mv love. I was nt my lawvor's busy, ve
ry busy, and all for you," and he kindly patted
her cheek. "But now, Maggy, can't you give me
Hie daughter rang tne hell, ami ordered tne sup
per to ho served. It was such nn one as epicures
would delight in, just the supper for a traveler on
a night like that.
"Pa." said the daughter, when it was limslied,
"I hope you are in a good humor, for I have a fa
vor to ask ot you," and she threw ner arms iirouuu
his neck, and looked up into his face with that
winning smile and those hoauuiui uarh. eyes oi
hers, " I wish to give a ball on my birth-day. It
will cost, oh ! a sight of money, but you are a
kind, good papa, ami I know you have been suc
cessful or you would not have been at your law
yer's." "Yes! my darling," he said, fondly kissing her,
"the cotton speculation has turned out well. I
sold all I had of the article this afternoon, receiv
ed the money and took it to my lawyer's, telling
him to invest it in real estate. I think I snail soon
srivo un the business."
U ! ilo, do, papa. .15 ut you'll give me tins Dan
won't you r"
"You little tease!" said the father, but he spoke
smilingly; and putting his hand in'o his pocket
book, he took out a note for live hundred dollars,
and placed it in his child's hand. "Take this if
it is not enough, you must have another, I sup
pose. But don't trouble me about it any more."
The next morning broke clear, but. the snow was
a foot deep, and hero and there, lay in huge drifts,
blocking up the door-ways. At ten o'clock the
rich merchant was on his way to his counting
room. He turned down the same street up which
he came the preceding evening. A crowd had
aathered round the open cellar door of a ruined
tenement. The merchant paused to inquire what
was the matter.
"A woman, sir, has been found dead below
there," said one of the spectators; "she starved to
death, it is said, and they Have sent tor the coro
ner. Her daughter has just come back, after be
ing out all night. I believe she was begging.
That's her, moaning."
"Ah!" said the merchant; and a nans went
through Ins heart like an ice-holt, lor he remem
bered denying a petitioner the night before. He
Htshcd through the crowd, and descended the pol
ar steps. A girl cowered over an emaciated
corpse, that lay on a neap ot straw, in one corner
of the damp apartment. It was a the same girl he
leared it would prove. 1 lie merchant was hor
"My poor child !" he said, laying his hand on
her shoulder, "you must be cared for God for
give ine for denying you last night. Here take
this!" nnd he put a bill into her hand.
1 he eirl looked up and gazed vacantly at him.
Then she put back the proffered money.
"It will do no good now," she said, "mother is
dead," and she burst into hysteric tears.
1 he merchant, nt that moment, would have giv
en half his fortune to have recalled her to life.
The lesson thus learned ho never forgot. The
merchant personally saw that a decent burial wns
provided lor the mother, and nlterwards took the
daughter into his house, educated her for a high
station in life, and on her marriage, presented her
with a proper dowry. He lived to hour her chil-
Iren lisp their gratitude.
papers, which is quite marvellous. It takes in
England sixty females to stick in one day, by sun
light, ninety packs consisting or 302,460 pins the
same thing is performed here in the same time by
one woman. Her sole occupation is to pour
them, a gallon nt a time, into a hopper, from
whence they come out all neatly arranged upon
their several papers! The mechanism, by which
the labor of fifty-nine persons is daily saved, yet
remains a mystery to all nut the inventor; and no
person but the'single one who attends to it, is, upon
any pretext whatever, allowed to enter the room !
where it operates. I
Sowing (Torn for Fodder. We would sug
gest the sowing of corn broad-cast, on rich land
for winter fodder. Mi". Sothnin, of "Hereford
Hall," sowed six acres last year, which he thinks
yielded nearly six tons of dry fodder to the acre.
lie has fed both cattle and sheep with it (cut with
a machine,) the past winter., and is so well pleas
ed with it. that he is determined not to be without
it in future. Others, who have tried it, speak e
qually in its favor. The quantity of seed recom
mended to be sown per acre, is from two to three
bushels. Some experiments made by Mr. elles,
of Boston, seem to show it is best to out it soon nf-
ter the spindle makes its appearance.
Tub Wool Market. Wo understand that a
sale of wool was made in Clnreuiont, the other
day, to the amount of near 30,000 pounds, (Dr.
Ja'rvis's) at 45 cents. Vl. Chronicle.
Profitarle Patriotism. The Duke of Wel
lington has been paid by the British Government
for his various services, the sum of eleven millions
of dollars, besides about nine hundred thousand
dollars, obtained during his wars as prize money.
George Washington received about one fiftieth
part of this for all his civ!! and military services.
A Singular Incident. The .inly part of the
interior of St. Augustine's church untouched hy
the flames on Wednesday night, was a portion of
the inscription over the altar. The words "The
Lord Septh" remained upon the burnt and black
ened wall almost as clear & legible as the day they
were nlaced there: a fact which is well calculated
tn evcitn the rrlin-inns feelillL'S of tllO members of
that eharcb, and to attract the attention of the peo
pie ffonerully. l'hil. Ledger.
Furniture Ware House,
By Caldwell & Cass,
Sofas, Secretaries, Dress and Com
mon Bureaus, Centre Tables, Hook Cases,
nnd a general assortment of other FURNITURE, manu
factured and sold at a large discount from former prices.
Jl. W. CALDWELL,
MILO M. CASS.
March 26, 1811. i3tf
a i r
Whose countless charms To manhood's nrhno.
But I must check this flying strain;
It will not check itself, 1 see:
So seldom do I take the rein,
Pegasus thinks to run with me.
Hold on! my boy! do let me tell
My errand. Mrs. G. writes home
That she and Charlie both are well;
Have homeward far as Hartford come,
And will, she thinks, in Boston he
By Friday noon to welcome tne;
So, if you please, we'll calculate
To find a knife and fork nnd plate
Upon your table, Friday noon,
(I might have mentioned, too, a spoon,)
For certain guests; w ho having been
Oft entertained, would come again.
Excuse the rhythiiius of this letter
I have no time to make it better;
Furthermore, a friend comes in:
Yours, us ever,
Graves, of Lynn.
Cucumbers, &c. A friend of long experience
wishes us to say that if people will sift .ground
plaster of paris upon their vines, m the morning
when the dew is on them renewing it. occasional
ly, when required lliey will not be troubled with
bugs or any thing else to destroy them. His ex
perience of ninny years has confirmed the truth of
Anecdote. A celebrated preacher, who had dis
tinguished himself for a loud screaming voice in
delivery, all at once assumed a soft nnd natural
tone. One of his hearers noticed the change, and
asked the reason of it. The answer was "When
I was young, I thought it was the thunder that
killed people; hut when I became older, I discov
ered that it was only the lightning, so I endeavor
ed to thunder less, and to lighten so nine it the
A smart young student of anatomy remarked, in
the hearing of his sister, that the reason there arc
so many old maids in the world, is owing to their
tight lacing which so hardens their hearts as to
make them impenetrable to the shafts of Cupid.
And the reason there arc so many old bachelors re
torted the sister, is because of their tight strapp
ing they cannot get on their knees to declare their
"A Native Frf.sii from the Soil." On Mon
day, some persons in the neighborhood of the office
of'tho Brooklyn Advertiser, gave the alarin that a
man had been bnried while excavating the founda
tion for the building close by. "On arriving at the
spot," says the editor, "wo discovered the head on
ly of a son of Erin peering above the soil,' the rc-
mauling portion ot me nooy naving oeeii niinuu in
die earth which had caved in. Pat took the all'air
very quietly, and cracked jokes with those who
were digging him out. lie thought ho was as
good a Native American as the best, since he had
been dug. out of Yankee soil."
Apothecary. A man who mixes drugs of tvhieh
he knows little, to pour into a body of which he
knows less, to cure a disease of which ho knows
"STIJIKER'S building, opposite the Bank, Stale Street
Ja.HLKecps on hand cheap for cash,
Wigs, Top Pieces, Frcezctls, Curls.&c.
in a great variety. Johnson's Vegetable, Mahono'a Pre
servative, Do Iliiile Antique a la Rose. Also,
MEDIC A TED COM I1 0 UND.
The best article ever offered in the United States to re-,
store tli e Hair that has fallen off, or become thin, c. and;
will effectually cure Scurf or Damlriff.
Montpelicr, Jan. 10, 1S44. 5tf
Heavy Betting. The New York Tribune es
timates the losses of the locofoco politicians of New
York city by bets on the recent election, at half a
million of dollars !
cjj.hisk A' coLFjM.r,$
52 . WJ K SS
PAINTS, OILS, DYE
Will spare no pains in selecting the
Purest Medicines, and the Choicest Gro .
Prices warranted satisfactory. Also, a general assort
ment of PATENT MEDICINES.
Corner of State and Main Streets, Montpelicr, Vt.
March 8, 1844. lOtf
Who sham, have the Prize! There was once
to be a meeting of the flowers, and the Judge was
to award a prize to the one pronounced the most j
Mr. O'Connell, the convicted conspirator, trav
els up and down the kingdom, receiving more dem
onstrations ol regard than nre paid to the Govern
ment. If they imprison him, they will consum
mate his glory, and their own shame.
Stripped for u Race,
We understand that a most daring robbery, fol
lowed by an amus'inti scene, occurcd in the vicini
ty of this village yesterday. Mr. Whitney the or-
itorical lecturer, who lias been in tins city but a
tew days, walked out about a mile to bathe nt a
spring bank; he stripped off his clothes, laid them
carefully on the bank, and went into the water. In
a lew moments he discovered n fellow taking
charge of his clothes, and immediately jumped out
in pursuit of hihi; here a long ('base of about, a
half mile ensued, but the chap finding his naked
pursuer gaining upon him, took to the briers which
put an end to the chase.
Mr. VV. wended his pay towards town, bavins
no clothing save his shoes. He approached a
bouse to tell his sad story, when some ladies, see
ing his condition, opened upon him a volley of fire
brands, which soon put him to flight. Happily,
he found a pair of inexpressibles hanging upon "a
fence, which he took forcible possession of, and
thus relieved from his sad predicament, he told his
adventure and procured a servant to come to town
tor his clothes, '
The worst of the story is, that Mr. W. had
tbout 300 in his pockets:
It that chap wears Mr. Ws clothes, wc should
not be surprised to hear of his giving lectures on
oratory, m a day or two. V icksburg Whig.
Bad Imi.Nc.s. An unfaithlul lover; a duty
cook; a smoky house; a perpetual scold; an ach
ing tooth; an undiitiful child; an improvident ser
vant; an intemperate parent, husband or wife; an
incessant talker; a first rate appetite and nothing
to eat; a hog that breaks through enclosures; a dull
shaving razor passing over a pimpled face; inus
quctos; bugs in n bed-chamber; and a dandy.
IlE subscriber wishes to inform the citi.ens of Mont-,
pclicr and Ihe vicinity, that he has taken a "hop in.
beautiful. 'Who shall have the prize!' said tim I 'Pua vo 8 've "ure ' ' '
ne v. in ciiirv on mc
rosc, stalKing forward m all consciousness ot beau
ty. 'Who shall have the prize !' ssid the other
(lowers, advancing, each filled with conscious
pride, and each imagining that it would be herself.
'I will take a peep at those beauties,' thought the
violet, as she lay in her humble bed, not presu
ming to attend the meeting 'I will see them ns
they pass;' but, ns she raised her lowly head to
peep out of her hiding place, she was observed by
the Judge, who pronounced her the most beautiful
because the most modest.
in , is good style as at any other place. All garments tn
trusted to his care, warranted to suit or no pay is rexjnired1.
Particular attention paid to cutting for others to make.
Montpelicr, April 6, 1S44. 3m J. M. HILL.
FOR SALE BY S. P. KEDFIELD,
;MNE Cut Smoking and Chewing and Plug Tobacco;
l Lorrillard's and Surresers Macaboy and Scotch Snuff.
Montpelicr, 14th March, 1844. lltf
Death of a Missionary . The Rev. William C.
Crocker died nt Monrovia, Liberia, Feb. 26ih, 18
41. He was of the Baptist African Mission. Mr
C. arrived lroin Boston in the Palestine, Fell. 2G.
HvlJ Government. fo man, hose appetites,
arc bis master.-,'c:iu pcri'orm the duties ol his na
ture with strictness and regularity. He that would
be superior to external influences, must first be
come superior to his own passions.
There is a good deal of saucy wit in Lord By
ron's anecdote of the fair astronomers. Ho says
some literary ladies being asked how they could
be sufficiently interested in astronomy to spend so
much tunc in watching the heavens, replied that
they had a great curiosity to see whether there
was really a man in the moon.
From the Ladies' National Magazine.
The Rich Merchant,
EY MRS. J. WEAVER.
It was late at night, and the streets were nearly
deserted, the more especially as it was snowing
lust. A single traveler however might have been
seen, wrapped in u thick overcoat, urging his way
against uio tempest, oy tne iignt ot ine dim lamps
Suddenly us he passed a ruinous tenement, the fig
tire of a girl started up before bun.
-1'iease, sir, - sue said, "ii it s oiuy a penny
motner is sick, anu wc nave cat nothing to-day."
The first impulse of the moment was to go on
i. i ... ir. t. ii. . i .
ins secuiiu 10 stop. rie iookuu at me girl. Her
face was thin and pale, and her garments scanty
lie was a man ot good impulses, so he put his
rand towards his nocket, inti.'iuliii" to irive her
shilling. SIiq saw the act, nnd her lustcrlesa eves
t rundled, liut the traveler lorgot that his over
coat was buttoned tightly over his pocket.
" It is too much trouble," he said to himself
" and this wind is vorv cutting. Besides, these
beggars arc usually cheats I'll warrant this gir
wants the money to spend in a gin-shop." And
speaking aloud, somewhat harshly, ho said, ''I
have nothing for you; if you are really destitute
tho guardians of the poor will take care of vou."
The girl shrank back without a word, and drew
her tattered garments mound her shivering form.
But a tear glittered on her cheek in the light of the
The man passed on, and turning the next cor
ner, soon knocded at the door of a splendid man
sion, through whose richly curtained windows a
rosy light streamed across tho storm. A servant
obsequiously gave him entrance. At the sound of
his footsteps the parlor door was hastily opened
end a beautiful cirl nparentlv about seventeen
Bprank into his arms, kissed him on. each cheek
and then began to assist him in removing his over
"What kept you so long, dear papa?" she sun
"ifl had known where you were I would hav
Teriic Storm : A Town in lhiins. The Mem
phis (Tenn.)Inquirer of the 25th ult. gives a fear
fid account of the di sti nction of houses nnd other
buildings in the town of Helena, Arkansas, on the
preceding v ednwsday, by a tornado. A nunibei
of dwelling houses,1 the nciv Methodist Church,
. I. 1 1 Jl- . 1 1 .! I!.. . 1 1 a
me uoui mu priming ouice, aim many out miiioiugs by R Hildreth, 4 pa-res. 9. Th
were torn to atoms, and not a chimney in the vi,r .i, in' ., ifna ,!,,
piace was leu standing : yet, not a single lite wns; Vi,!vt l,ss our State Politics to do with Slavcrv. 4 nascs
Lhcrry Leaves roison to Cattle. o suspect
it is not generally known that the leaves ol the
common cherry tree, taken from the tree and dri
ed, arc highly poisonous to emtio. On Monday of
ast wcck, a valuable cow lielonging to JMr. baniu-
1 Dudley, of Petersham, browsed some leaves
from a black cherry tree which had that day been
::ut down. In half an hour she was found to be
much swollen up, and soon after died. On takin
off her skin, the flesh was found to be stronsrlv
scented with cherry leaves. It is well that farmers
should be cautions in this matter. Bangor Gaz
.TIT r r i i i i .
ui sierious. un mursoay evcnins last, a man
with a very long beard, presented himself in the
Spanish Consul's office in this city. The unknown
said no wns the jMnporor ot Uermnny, nnd asked
lor letters w Inch he said must be m the oflicc. 11
had a stick in his hand, and spoke French. H
struck the Secretary of tho Consul, Mr. Mas, sev
eral tunes on the back, and when the latter rose to
put him out, the stranger stabbed him in the side,
and tied. I ho secretary is verv daiurerouslv hurt
ind the assassin has not vet been discovered. TN.
urieaus paper, JYiay 4.
Precocious Genius. Our attention was directed
i few days since, to n child in Westminster St. so
voung that he had not doffed his petticoats, cntra-
I ; : Air.. .... . .... ? ,
.-u iii niiiuKiu u ciiir. hi incontinently movcu
to wrest it from his hand, supposing him to be un
conscious of the effects of tobacco, but were told
that ho had already contracted the habit of smo
king, and usually smoked five cigars in a day; and
the easy and tamiliar manner in which he handled
his eimir confirmed the truth of the statement.
His age wc learnt was four years. He would null
lustily nt the tube of indiun weed, take it leisurely
from his mouth as old smokers do, between his fore
and middle finger, and scud a volume of curling
smoke into the air. Providence Herald.
Hare snake. I he editor of the Port Gibson
Herald, has seen a yoimsr mocassin snake, about
ten niches in length, havitiir two heads, each per
feclly firmed, and of the usual size. These, heads
tormed a lunction nt the neck, which, with the
other portions of the body, were of l he usual shape
and proportion. X his stranse creature was found
in Warren county, Miss., and when first discover
ed was quite vicious; when touched with a stick
ho bit it with either mouth which happened at the
nine to ue nearest mo iiitriuling object,
Bf. Accommodating. If you can do a favor to
a neighbor, do not hesitate so about it immedi
ately. Some persons appear to be very willing to
assist you, but the moment yon solicita favor, they
musttop to hem ami cough and consider, and
finally stammer out, 'Vou call again.' Wc don't
like such characters. They wish to be considered
friendly, but when the case comes to hand, hold
hack, look surprised, and are full of business just
at that moment. Strange that men arc disobliging
-so supremely selfish-that they hesitate to do you
a favor. We prize accommodating men; but they
are extremely rare. Where you can find one such,
there nre hundreds who possess mean and hoggish
Fifteen different kinds of Anti-Slavery Tracts,
can now be had in large or small quantities nt the
Freeman Office. Others will be supplied just as
soon as the calls of our friends will justify their
Those now on hand arc
1. The Slave Power. 4 pages.
2. The Missouri Compromise, by Gen. James Apple
ton, 4 pages.
3. The war of Slavery on Northern Commerce and Ag
riculture, by C 1. lorrey, 8 pages.
I 4. Longfellow's Poems, 8 pasics. 5. Daniel O'Con
nell's Reply to the Cincinnati Repealers, 12 paces. 6.
One more Appeal to Professors of Religion, Ministers and
Chuiches, who are enlisted in tho Struggle against Slave
ry, by William Goodell, Esq., 8 pages. 7. Duties and
I Dignities of American Freemen, by James C. Jackson, 12
pages. 8. V hat can I do for the Abolition of Slavcrv,
PICES of all kinds, Teas, ColTee, Sugars, Raisins,
k3 Lamp Oil of the best quality, Glass and Putty, for
S. r. KEDrlELD.
U. Holman's Nature's Grand Restorative, for
sale at this Office. A valuable medicine for billions
complaints, &c. &c. Sec recommendations. '
ognrth'H Remedy for the Tiles, warrantod
to cure or no pay. For sale bv
Hlf S. T. JIEDFIELD.
N Ointment and Powder, which together area'
certain cure for Salt Rheum, for sale by
March 14lh lltf S. P. JIEDFIELD.
DRUGS AND :.'EliiC!NES
A FF.F.MI SITPLV
Montpelicr, March 14, 1844.
S. P. REDFIELD".
Tyrant Paupers, or,
10. 1 ho Compact, or,
Pin Sticking. Tho pin manufactory near Der
by, Conn., has a conirivanco for sticking pins in
DS-Edward II. Billings Esq, of WoodsloekJ
one of the Vermont Delegates to the Young Men's
Convention, died at Baltimore. Ho was taken ill
soon after his arrival, and survived but a fciv
A man sixty-five years of age has been discharged
cured, Irom the rennsv vania Lunatic As uoi.
who had been insane twenty-five years.
Struck. On the 2-21 of last month, the journey
men cabinet makers ol Cincinnati, to the number
of 150, struck for higher wages. Only two of
the employers would concede the prices they ask-
Connccticul Stale Prison. There nre now 203
prisoners. I ho expenses of the instilutiiin last
year were about 11,000, and its income in round
numbers 18,000. 1 he uett profits wereabout (!.-
800 last year, and about $10,000 in cash were paid
inio uiosinie treasury.
.1 low-bred Woman. One who stavs at home.
takes care of her rl'iihlren, and never meddles with
the business, of I, i neighbors. Sneeim :il nNt i-v-
A man out west has been terribly trounced by his
wife, because he took his surtont and linn! m,f ,,'
her bustle, just as she wanted to put it on. Next
time he'll mind his own business.
Michigan wheal crop. The wheat fields present
a line appearance; should there bo no uniisiml
drawback, the crop will be heavier and better than
in any preceding year since the country was settled.
Gov. Yell, of Arkansas, has res-rued bis
office and entered imon the canvass for n t in
Double the Cost. A sailor onco wanting a
watch repaired, was told that it would cost nioi'i!
tlmu the original price. Upon professing his readi
ness 10 pay even twice ns much, the watchmaker
inquired what he gave for it. "I gave a French
man a koobk on the head for it, and if you'll repair
it, blast my top,lights, if I don't give you two."
Ten Dollars is the price of "a broken heart" in
Canada. On a trial at Toronto, lately, for a
breach of the marriage promise the jury gave the
lady only ten dollars damages.
AoVANCE OS THE PRICE OF WoOL. Till! Lniv-
ell Courier says: Wo have just seen letter fronf
iJiiicutss to, i. Y ., to one ot tho Woollen Manu
fncturers, in which it is stated that pulled wool
.no. i, w incu one year ago sold nt lb and 'JO cents
a pound, now sells at 35 cents; and superfine, that
men sum iui s-i, now sens tor 40 anu 41 cents.
11. Causes of Hard Times, by Alvan Stewart, Esn., 4
pages. 12 Right Sort of Politics, 4 pages. IS. The In
fluence of the Slave Power, 4 pages. I t. Ilible Politics,
4 pages. 15. Persons held to Service, Fugitivo Slaves,
&c, 8 pages,
AIIKFR'S Cough Syrup, one of the best med-JB-jJ
icines for a cough, cold , or any disease of the lungs.
lor sale by
S. P. Ii ED FIELD.
)U. 11. V. lUCKAKIVS
Rheumatic Liniment :
OR REGULATOR OF THE SYSTEM.
Tins may be used in all cases of lameness, coughs,
colds, erysipelas, throat distemper, burns, flesh wounds,
and in all cases where there is inflamation attending. It
is also a specific remedy for dysentery, and should be ta
ken in all cases of pain. Most cases of toothache may be
cured by holding in the mouth enough to run around the
teeth; half a lea spoonful is a dose in common cases; this
may be repeated once in fifieen minutes till it gives relief
in obstinate cases. It serves to warm up tho system, and
also to remove all morbid heat. All pulmonary cases
arise from colds, and may bf. flung olT in this way. To
be shaken before using. No article is genuine unless pre
pared by the inventor, or by those commissioned by him.
All applications should bp dire:tcd to I!. F. RICHARD,
East Middlesex, Vl.
Ml agenls will have a commission, signed
B. F. RlCKARD.
1I1E subscriber would inform his friends and the pub
lie ecncrallv, that during the year lie has thoroughly
situated on State Street, in the village of Montpelicr. Vt
which house he has kept as a
or a considerable length of time, and now invites Ihe pat
ronage which a determination lo be faithful to his business
in serving his guests, is adapted lo secure.
His stables ure large and convenient, and served by at
tentive ostlers. SET! I KIMBALL,
Montpelicr, Jan. 2fi, 1841.
0RSK and FINE SAIiT for sale by
, j. , ji j.j J.J j JviiJi
ITHOtf Mace and English Currants for Cako, and
Tvirnct of Lemon and Rose to season it with, for
sale by ' s. i: ijljj.
"HON Wcdsewood, Class and Marble MORTARS,
For sale by S. J REDFIELD.
Waitsfield, O Skinner
Worcester, Rev M Folsom
Bradford, J 1) Clark
Brook field, D Kingsbury
Do S M Bigclow
Chelsea, Harry Hale
Corinth, Rev A I) Smilh
do J Fellows
Fuirlcc, G May
Newbury, Rev S Sias
Randolph, E Eastman
Tost Mills, L Hinkley
Thetford, Rev A C Smith
V Topsham, Rev S Lcavitt
Tunbridge, W li Scott
Vcrshire, B O Tyler
Burlington, D Fish
Charlotte, C Grant
Ilincsburgh, A Beecher
Williston, VVII French
Essex, Col. S Pago
NFcrrisburg Rv C Prindle
Cornwall, Rev Mr Wright
T'trgcnnes, A Spraguo
Enosburg, .' Fuller
Montgomery, J Martin
St Albans, L Biainard
Ilardwich, W Wheatley
Lyndon, Mr Skinner
Peacham, Rev 1 D Rust.
XV aid en, S Farnsvvorth
Albany, Rev G Putnam
Barton, w Seaver
Coventry, J llurd
Craftsbury , A Stimpson
'do ' F. Took
Clover, Rev It Mason
oi censboro' , G 11 Page
Holland, C Robinson
Lowell, J D Harding
Morgan, Rev D Packed
Cambridge, M Saflbnt
Eden, C Fisk
Elmore, Dca Camp
Ilideparlc, E P Fitch
Johnson, A W Caldwell
Morrhlown, J West
Srote, B II Fuller
XVatcrvillc, II A Fisk
do O D Page
bethel, Ro-v D Field
Cavendish, Rv W F Evans
Chester, O Hutchinson
Rochester, Rev Wm Scales,
Royallon, D Woodward
Sharon, P Metcalf
Woodstock, T Hutchinson,
Brandon, 3 XV Hale
Rutland, R R Thrall
XV all'mgford, Rev Mr Con
stantine & D E Nicholson,
Rockingham, Rev MrBar-.
Townshend, Y R Shafle,ir
Wilmington, O L Shafter
IVardsbora' Dr. D Hyde.
Hammonds .Mills, Dr. S It
Jamaica, Rev. M Spencer
Fayettville, E Atwood
Dover, P P Perry
Jlanchestcr, D Roberts jr
I Mattcson, No. Bennington
Lemuel Bottum, Shaftsbury
John Landon, Factory Point,
Sherman Tarris, Dorset,
K S Sherman, W. Rupert,
Dca. Ilurd, Sandg&te
Dr. McKcy, Arlington
Irasburgh, Rev J Clark
Miron Owon, Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., N. .
1,11 E ami lllnck Ink of
sale by the bottle or gallon.
tho best quality, for
The following gentlemen are authorized by tie Stale.
Committee of the Liberty Party, to act as their Agenls in
this Slate, in Lecturing, collecting funds for the cause,,
and obtaining subscribers for the Freeman,
Rcv. George Putnam, Albany.
ChAunceY L. Kn app, Esq., Montpelicr..
Rev. John Gleed, Wolcott.
Rev. II. H. Garnet, Troy, N. Y.
Rev. C. C. Briggs, Randolph.
D. Nicholson, Esq. Wallingford,.
Rev. A. St, Claih,
Joseph Poland, Montpolier,
Our fi iendb who wish to obtain Iho services of Mr..
Putnam, are desired'lo correspond wiili the Editor of thg
Freeman, at Mon.tpclier, on the subject