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The Lies aboiil Binioy, j
It seems as though all the imps of the bottomless
pit had been pressed into the service of llio Whig
party fcr the. last .fortnight, with the express pur
pose of lying down James G. Birney, in or
der to get the support of Liberty men for the great
Slaveholding Robber of Ashland. Wo used to
think the Loco dernegogues could out-iio any body
in creation but we give it up. The Whig lead
ers and their einmissaries have proved themselves
not n whit behind the very cbiefest of their old an
tagonists, in this respect.
We give to-day n circular letter from Alvnn
Stewart and others, addressed to the Liberty Elec
tors of this State, exposing the infamous fraud by
which the Whigs of Saginaw have attempted to
destroy Mr. liirney and thereby to secure Anti
Slavery support for Clau the slaveholder. The
trap was set rather too early, and we apprehend
the rotten-hearted knaves will find their own lin
gers caught in it. The rope which Hainan had
prepared for Mordccai was twisted about his own
worthless neck; and the inventor of the guillotine
lost his own head under the descent of the bloody
knife he had prepared for others. Let tho Whig
leaders and their allies beware ! The God of Jus
tice and retribution still lives.
Read Birney letters aud the circular of the
Utica Liberty Association. Herkimer Journal.
.1 Quietus to Annexation. The recent Prcsi
di'tiiial election in Texas was conducted upon the
Annexation is-me. The competitors for the Pres
idency were Burleson, a zealous advocate of the
Annexation of Texas to our Union, and Jones, an
anti-annexntionist, who was supported as such by
the anti-annexation party. Jones has been elect
ed, so that Texas has herself vetoed the annexa
tion project. We suggest that this is an imperti
nent interference, on the part of Texas, with the
favorite electioneering hobby of our Northern
Whigs. Vh. Freemen.
Jl horse forty two years of gr. This horse
owned bv i). Maurau, of 72 Wall street, N. Y ork
is a -rreat curiosity. Mr Maurau drives him into
this city almost daily from Statrn Island, and he
can now travel a mile in less than four minutes.
lie is active, and eats hay as well as ever. The
oldest horse on record in the British Museum was
72 Years. This is believed to be the oldest horse
in the United States.
DO" A Stray Leaf from a Modern Dictiona
ry. The soul and Embodiment of Democracy A
man who takes a hundred of his brother demo
crats, born free and equal, and claims them as his
property making work without wages, and sel
ling them at auction when he has doiio with thorn.
A Democratic Republic A form of social ami
cjyil organization, in which nil are born free and
equal, aud two and a half millions of democrats
are owned by 250,000 other democrats the latter
whipping them at discretion, making them work
at discretion, and selling them and their babies with
other cattle in the shambles.
Love for the dear people To make 2 1-2 mil
lions of them work without wages.
Free and Equal For one democrat to own an
other. Distribution To tax the northern democrats,
and distribute the proceeds to .southern democrats,
to pay for brother democrats who have succeeded
in gaining that liberty to which all men have
an inalienable right.
Jl Glorious War A war made with northern
troops on a few poor Indians, for the purpose of
catching a few frce-:uid-cqual, liberty-loving, run
Economy To spend 50 millions in such an un
Liberty Liberty to Mold slaves.
Rights of the Majority Obedience to a small
minority of Southern dictators.
'The powers thai be' A lew slaveholders.
Democratic Principles Texas and eternal slave
ry. Telotallers, which will you choose? Henry
Clay is notoriously a wine and brandy drinker.
Of Mr. Polk's habits in this respect we know no
thing, but from the customs prevalent in the south;
we presume he is not much hotter in this respect,
though this is presumption, Mr. Birney is a
pledged and practical tetotaller, and has neen so
for many years. Which most deserves tho sup
port of Temperance men?
CO"Th(! Globe says the Abolitionists in Ohio
"sroiionilly voted the whig ticket." How comes it
about they have nearly doubled their vote? This
could not have been done if they had "generally
voted the whig ticket." The attempt of the south
ern democratic prints to make the abolitionists
whigs in dNiruiso and voting for them, is on a par
with the Whig attempts to make us "allies of the
Locos." It is very convenient for the defeated
parties to charge their defeats upon the abolition
ists ; and we lin. I both parties doing it whenever
they have occasion to 'whistle to keep their cour
Oiiioim of Life and Death.
cur f w d dis and
A sed ieml rotight eath ease
bles fr b br and i
GIVING IT UP.
Wc have thought all along that the whig pros
pects wore pretty tair; hut their late desperate ef
forts look much like the agonies of despair! Per
sons having tin; confidence of hope could 'nt act so.
What in the matter? has the m;uuion of C-isnus
failed? and luve all the ' Roorback family' been
summoned for nought. They have no occasion to
be so mad with the liberty Party it never belong
ed to them, or to James G. Birney, or to the dem
ocrats. When the members composing it were
with their old parties, they paid as they went a
long; and their demand upon us is no better than
that which the slaveholders, for when? they elec
tioneer, have upon the services of their robbed
slaves. The determination of the whig oliice
seckers to appropriate the liberty parly, reminds
one that there are slaveholders in spirit, north of
Mason's and Dixon's line. But we shall insist,
with as much determination, on the rijdit of the
liberty party to own itself, as for the right of a
man whom a great "champion of human rights"
has chattelized to himself.
The "Truth Seeker," published at LaFayette,
Indianua, has come out for Birney and Morris.
The Editor, II. W. Deputy, recently published a
Democratic paper, but could not go for Polk ami
Slavery. This makes two Liberty papers in In
diana. We t rn t he will he well sustained.
I he Baltimore American contains a list of 22
persons who have been convicted ofillegal voting
in the late election in that city. They were seve
rally fined ij30, and some of them were committed
to jail for non-payment of the fine.
An Irish worn in has been found who raised 17
to pay her rent by 'letting' her deceased husband's
naturalization papers to 17 individuals in succes
sion on the same day.
It is estimated that the present Mormon war
will cost the state of Illinois $20,000. The aggre
gate expense inclined during the year will not be
Iops than $ 50,000.
Ohio. We have already enough to make it al
most certain that King's vote will be from ten to
twelve thousand in the state, which will be double
that of '42 and a train of 75 per cent, en the vote
On and after the first of November next, the
passenger fare between Boston and Lowell will be
reduced to 75 cents, with a corresponding reduc
tion in the way fares.
Men are busy calculating the results of the elec
tion. After mature deliberation, we have come to
the conclusion, that a great many persons will be
disappoint; and that, as Mr. Birney will not be
elected, one ol the other candidates will bo very
apt to succeed. Cin. Herald.
We advise Liberty men to keep very rool about
it. Our cause- is the Lord's, and it is veiy possi
ble that he may not think as we do about tiie 'least
of the t v. o evils,' mid that events which we may
desire to sec averted, will turn up, in spile ol our
anxieties, and turn out, too, 'or the furtherance of
liberty. We know, if liberty men are faithful at
the pending election, as it may, it will gre .tly ad
vance our cause. Be firm and keep cool. Murn
DO-T O N S O F MERC BAND IS Ejr$
FROM NEW YORK.
This day received at the Corner Store, by
STORRS & LANGDONS.
IN consequence, of the great increase of patron
age since the adoption of our new system of sell'
in" goods for a trilling advance from cost, for
prompt pay ; wc are imw induced to oiler at low
er prices than ever before ottered in this County
by the LOAD or less quality.
40 Bales 21 Cotton Goods cheap enough.
2000 pounds superior Solo and Upper Leather.
10 Crates new and beautiful styles of crockery, '
50 chests Hyson, Young Hyson & real black Tea.
10 bales Ticking Drilling, and Flannel.
1000 pounds Sugars loaf, lump, crushed, Portorico
20 hales Batting YVicking and Yarn.
100 bushels coarse Salt.
50 boxes fresh, bunch Raisins.
300 jrallons prime winter Sperm OIL.
500 Fur Robes, Caps, Muffs, Tippets, Boas, See.
200 barrels fine western Salt.
3000 pounds pure white Lead and other paints.
300 ''allons superior Linseed Oil.
50 pieces new styles of Cloths for Gent's Cloaks
and Over Coats.
1000 pounds clean rice.
Housekeeping hand ware of new paterns.
2000 pounds chewing Tobacco, choice brands.
50 pieces rich goods for Ladies Cloaks, some of
new styles and very elegant.
100 bags dairy Salt'.
2000 pounds pine Ginger ond other Spices.
10000 pounds superior Cod Fish.
200 pieces of worsted Silk and Cotton dress goods
of entirely new and beautiful paterns.
20 bags of superior Coilee.
Silk and Fur Cloak and dress trimings in great
With many other goods not cnunicra'ed to which
wc invite the attention of purchasers in this, and
tho adjoining counties.
Montpelier Nov. 1 13-14.
v A iiiiA.Es i;i3woR ks."
pRDFIFLD'S Pictoral Bible Sears' History
of the Bible Guide to Knowledge Bible Bi
ography Wonders of the World Bible Illustra
tion Bible Quadrupeds, etc., together with an as
sortment, of Church works, which will be sold at a
small pro (il .
Subscriptions received to the Columbian Maga
zine; the Rover, a weekly Magazine; Anglo Amer
ican and the New World, &c, by
PIECES more of thoso splendid Alpaca Lustra,
9 as cheap as ever, at Storrs & Langdonb.
JUST received, and receiving from New York,
5 hhds. molasses, 2000 lbs. Loaf Sugar,
5000 lbs. Brown Sugar, 15 chests of lea,
500 lbs. Spices, 1000 lbs. Ginger,
3000 lbs. best Sakeratus, 1000 lbs. Tobacco,
S00 lbs Snuff, 5000 lbs Dry & Salt Fish,
2000 lbs Fresh Butter & Table Salt,
And every thing else in the Grocery line all
bought with cash, and will bo sola cheaper than
can be bought in Vermont.
STORRS St LANGDONS.
Oct. 8, 1812.
XI. of almost every descriptio. L. i
fice. and for sale at the wholesale P1"", .S""
Orders from friends in diffe.-.ml part. wl" "
immediately attended to.
MOURNING GOODS of every desc.-"1' '
Oct. 1. 41 Baldwin, Scott,
CHEAT STOCK OF
ip0 a ssanfflsis)
II air I)r ess cr .
IKER'S building, opposite the Bank, State Street
Keeps on hand cheap for cash,
irr-w, Top Pieces, Frcezctts, Ctirlsfcc.
in a great variety. Johnson's Vegetable, Mahone's Pre
servative, Del bale Antique a la Rose. Also,
MEDIC A TED COMP O UND.
The beat article ever offered in the United States to re
store the Hair that has fallen olf, or become thin, c. on'
will effectually cure Scurf or UandrilT.
Montpelier, Jan. 10, 1844. 5tf
Ita Id win, Scott & Co.,
AVE just received, and are now selling, one of III
best assortments of every description of
FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS,
ever offered in Montpelier.
ICJ-CALL and SEE.J
I. II. STEWART,
At tho residence of the lnteJud'o Buckley, in Ber
lin, or by J. A. Som':".i;y, at this Ollicc.
fcJPF.RM OIL. B.
'-J Sperm Gil, for :
t Bleached Winter Strained
OLARK St COLLINS.
Montpelier, October 30, 1844.
KYTil.VCT OL-1 LUNGWORT.
The Western Citizen, publi.-di-linois,
says that one of the whit;
ed at Chicago, I
electors in that Stato was one or the most active
of the mob at Alton, which murdered the Rev. J.
P. Lovejoy. Abolitionists! what think of this?
Lovejoy was murdered at the bidding of the slave
power, for during to discuss the merits of slavery ,
and now a man, whoso hands, in tho siyht of Heav
en, are red with blood, is put on the electoral tick
et to elcvitte to the presidency, a man who
clares that the people ofthe north have no right to
discuss the subiect of southern slavery. What
could be more appropriate! but oh, how dread -
lul a responsibility does that abolitionist take up
on himself who votes for the continued despotism
of the slave power, by voting for the man w ho de
clares that southern slavery is an institution which
northern men have no right to discuss.
.'a -AtJiS-wt .'i Um3
To the Liberty Men. The enemy of men is
employing his last stratagem to injure the Liber
ty Party. The Whigs and Locos join together
behind Mr. Biruey's back, in nominating him for
the Assembly ; the Whigs send their own infamous
act in procuring his nomination to the four winds
as an act of Birney turning Loco Foco. Will you
allow the Whigs to commit a fraud and make cap
ital therefrom, for a slaveholder? Oh criminalty
of the deepest dye ! Do you suppose that Birney,
who has made himself poor to give freedom to
forty slaves, would give up his character as the
first Liberty man in the world, and if he was am
bitious, would give up the hopes of President of
tho United States for a seat in the Assembly of
Michigan among the Loco Focos! Heaven for
bid the folly ofthe assumption!
Will you vote for Polk or Clay, if Birney had
committed suicide? No! You have enlisted
for the deliverance of six millions of your country
men three colored and three white ruined and
undone by slavery.
In Londonderry, Oct. 9ih, by Rev Moses Spen
cer. Mr. Howard Sayre of Thetford, to Miss Lu
cy Work of Weston.
In Elmore, Oct. '!), by Rev. David Osgood,
Mr. Joseph Vv Bryant of Morristown to Miss
Laura M. Cam;) of l.
In Wateii'or.i, Mr. Jonas Styles of Kirby to
Mivs Loraine Brown.
In Hartford, Mr. Ebenczer Kendall of Windsor,
to Mrs. Hannah Cram.
In this Village, Miss Nancy Mead, aged 18.
In Duxbury, 2Gih ult., Mary C. Phillips aged
For three years the deceased endured with re
markable fortitude, the agonies of lung fever aud
consumption. For two years she was wholly con
fined tfi her bed, and was never known to murmur
at the blight that was corroding all her enjoyments.
With a firm reliance on the support of Gospel
promises, shu reposed her trust in him who doeth
liis will among the children of men.
"Sweet is the scene where virtue dies -When
sinks a a righteous soul to rest,
How mild beam tho closing eyes,
How gently heaves the dying breath."
. In Craftsbury, Oct. 19, Mary, wife of Col. Sam-
U ;l r rench, aged 7-1.
Expensp. op a Ship of War. The U. S. Ship
Ohio has been lying in Boston harbor for many
months idle. A correspondent of Burritt's Citi
zen says that since she has been there, she has cost
the government more money than the whole sum
appropriated to the religious and intellectual edu
cation of Boston, during the same time.
Jl real Pumpkin. Mr. Edward Clark, of flol-
liston, has sent us a pumpkin large enough for
fifty families for Thanksgiving week. Its girth
is equal to that of a middle sized ox being five
feet and one inch, and its weight is 58 l-'2 lbs.
It grew in a common corn field. When pump
kins grow so large, it is a pretty sure sign of
Thanksgiving. Miller has no opposing argument
cquul to this. Plowrhman.
So they really have found a Pumpkin in .Mas
sachusetts that comes up exactly to the weight of
a Vermont Watermelon.
licecinls lor the Freeman,
NOT PREVIOUSLY ACKNOWLEOOED.
J W Bragg, C C Gaboon, T B Pike, S Winn,
1) S Lincoln, J W Hale, Win Boyce. S150 each;
J Powers S?4: A P Taft, T B Gage, 44c each; J
W Daily, M M Flint, 1,29 each; E Scott, 1,20.
The (t'lcat Remedy for
C 0 N S U MP T 10 N
20 hhls. Tanners Uil,
for sale at a trifling compensation, by
SiUKKS & LANGDONS.
Oct. 7, 1S44.
Trusses and Abd'l Supporters.
flMIE best assortment of 1'russes and Mdominal
M Supporters can be had by calling at the Drug
Store ot UL,Jili& y UVLUjXS.
at STORRS & LANGDONS.
WJ1NTED, by STORRS LJ1NGDONS,
2000 yards of Flannel,
1000 yards of Frocking,
500 lbs of Knitting Yarn.
FOR SAL!? BY S. P. REDFIELD,
uui onioning ana ncwinc anu riuir xooacco
- Lombard's and Surresers Macnbov and Scotch Smifl".
.. ..... ..
montpelier, I4lli March, 1844. lltf
R. Hotmail's JValure's Grand Restorative, for
sale at tins Ulicc. A valuable medicine for bilhou
complaints, &c. Stc. Sec recommendations.
N Ointment and Powder, which together are
certain cure for Salt Klicum, for sale by
March 14th lltf S. P. REDFIELD.
CITRON, Mace and lvi!lisli Currants for Cake, and
Eitract of Lemon and Rose to season it with, for
S. P. REDFIELD.
OAKSE and FINK SALT for sale bv
11" S. r. REDFIELD,
flTlIE copartnership heretofore existing under the nan
-U- and firm of CALDWELL CASS, is this day t y
mutual consent dissolved, and the boolts and notes of the
late firm are at present in the hands of A. W. CALD
WlM.Li for settlement, and said Caldwell will pay all
debts duo from said firm.
M1I.0 M. CASS.
Johnson, July 31, 1844.
z. & c. is. WOOD,
AVE on band a complete assortment of
Cooking, Box, Parlor Air-Tight
some largo enough for meeting-housea. They are con
stantly receiving additions from Brandon Furnace. Alia
i-cotch box Moves, Iroy Parlors and Parlor Cook itoves.
Russia and English iron Stove Pipe Copper", Tin, and
Sheet-iron Furniture Sheet Zinc, Lead Pipe, Copper
Pumps, Flaiirons, Tailor's Press irons; also, Fairbanks
Side hill and Common PLOUGHS, &c , Sic, all of
which they offer at prices comformable to the times.
ftlontpelier, Oct. 7, 1844. 41
IKON & STEEL!
CONSISTING of HAND, from 1 to 6 inches,
ENGLISH HOOPING, 5-8, 3-4,7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 1 1-4,
ENG. and AM. ROUND IRON, from 3-16 to 2 1-2 Ip,
do SQUARE, do do
OLD and NEW SABLE,
SWEEDS, JACK, SCROLL. HAME and DRAFT
IRON, of all sizes,
A.MEU. and RUSSIA HHOE SHAPES,
Old Sable NailRods. Crodarh. Sleioh-shobi.
Eng. ai d Am kr. Blister Steel.
Round and Square Cast-steel, (Sandeison'abwt,)
Toe Cork do
Spring, do, etc.
We are weekly receiving additions to our stoak whloS
we ofTer at extremely low prices.
Purchasers will do well to give us a rait.
41 BALDWIN & SCOTT.
PICES of all kindd, Teas, Colfee, Sugars, Raisins,
Lamp Oil of the best quality, Glass and Putty, for
sale by S. P. REDFIELD.
March 14 lltf
CUviXK A' COIiLIJYS,
ira' aa. ctj crs- 9
Mi: DIC NIKS, (Jroccries,
PAINTS, OILS, DYE
Will spare no pains in selecting the
Purest Medicines, and the Choicest Gro
ceries. Prices warranted satisfactory. Also, a general assort
ment of PATENT MEDICINES.
Corner of State and Main Streets,. Montpelier, Vt.
March 8, 1844. lOtf
Furniture Ware House.
Ity A. W. Caldwell,
15R I ii &5TO. OTAJSKET .
Monday, Oct. 28.
At Market, 2050 lleef Cattle, 25 yokes Working
Oxen, 30 Cows and Calves, 3000 Sheep, and about
Prices Beef Cattle We quote extra 5; first
quality, $4,50; second quality, 3,75 a 1; 3d qual
Working Oxen Sales noticed nt$7$, 75, $79,
50 a $103.
Cows and Calves Good cows in demand, and
sales inaile at f,aij, tf33, spa-i.au, tfiu, ami one
Sheep Dull Sales at $1,33 n 1,75 for lambs,
and $2 for a fair lot of old sheep. We notice 10
fine wether sheep taken by Robert Fluther, Esq.,
at 75 for the lot.
Swine Brisk. Sales not noticed.
N. B. 3 extra- oxen, fed by Messrs Richardson
&. Morse, of Madison eo. N. Y.. were taken at
$5,50 per hundred.
TO THE PUBLIC
There i:; not room in a newspaper advertisement to pub
lish the numerous certificates of cures, but the invalid is
prefer id to a medical pamphlet to be had of any ofthe a
ren Is r:itis. Such proof as we are constantly laying be
fore the pullic must convince all that
LARBOR'3 EXTRACT OF LUNGWORT
is the only medicine in the world that will cure all who
arc predisposed to Consumption, Liver Complaints, or
troubled v ilh Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Pleurisy. Spitting
of Blood, pain in the side andcliest, dilfnulty of breathing,
tightness across the chest, palpitation of the heart, Bron
chitis, Ihroat complaints, and all affections of the pulmo
nary organs. If this is not sufficient, he will reler any
one to others, who, at the date above, are now using this
article in a variety of protracted Lung and Liver com
plaints. All the certificalcs shown to the public prove Conclu
sively one thing that the Vegetable Extract or
Lumgwokt is possessed of certain powers in healing the
lungs and restoring energy to thoso who wero supposed
lo be fast sinking into the grave, over every other remoily,
ancient or modern.
And why not! It is a medicino that is not tho work of
a day the compound of a drug shop, having only for its
object a sale. It is a remedy that owes its existence fium
nature s source, a cerlain cure for coin
and all tho premonitory symptoms of consiimpl
Quackery would probably put new life into a skeleton,
provided you would believe il at least, the inventors of
some of the seeniinii popular remedies would induce you
to believe so, if possible. It is lo put in the place of such
slulfa remedy really of use to mankind, that the Vegeta
ble Extract of Lungwort was made.
Tho study of years the proper proportion of ingredi
ents their effect upon the different systems, and the
stage of disease in the patients all these were in the
"mind's eye" of tho physician who formed this medicine,
lie knew that to make something really useful as a reme
dy, study and observation were necessary, and he failed
not to devote all his attention to the purpose. lie has
succeeded the VEGETABLE EXTRACT OF LUNG
WORT has taken its stand, and beyond tho leading med
icines of the present time, as the only true eradicalor of; ronago which a determination to be faithful to his business
Sofas, Secretaries, Dress and Com
mon Bureaus, Centre Tables, Booh Cases,
and a general assortment of other FURNITURE, manu-
nlninia ofthe Inner, factured and sold at a large discount from former prict
planus ot tlieninDs CALDWELL,
of consumption. ..... .-.
Uclober l, laii.
HE subscriber would inform his friends and the put.
lie generally, that during the year he has thoroughly
situated on State Street, in tho village of Montpelier. V
which house he has kept as a
or a considerable; length of time, and now invites the pat-
nubnonary CO.NSUMPTION extant. This is true and
certain true, because susceptible of proof certain, be
cause its power and usefulness in saving hundreds from
death cannot bo controverted. J. C. ROOSEVELT.
Sole proprietor, 27 Broadway, Albany ; S. P. Rcdlield,
Monlpelier; (ioss St llutchins; Waletbury.
'ETPMJK and U'.ack Ink of
sals lv the holile or gallon.
Mai eh I Ilh
tho best iuality, for
S. P. REDFIELD
T O B A C C O !
KINDS Chewing Tobacco, cheap, at
Oi;t. 18. Storrs Si Langdons.
Pure Winter Sperm Oil.
(iALLO.NS more of that very superior Lamp
OIL, just ree'd by Storhs &Langdons.
Foi sale by
Glass and Marble MORTARS.
S. P. R EDF1EL D.
I 1IAVK given my sons, William M. and Tlioin-
as J. Fair, their time, with full permission to
act and trade for themselves, and I shall claim none
of their earnings and pay no debts of their con
tracting after tlii.i date. MARSHAL M. FAIR.
Craftsbury, Oct. 16, 1844.
in serving his truest, is adapted to secure.
His arables are large and convenient, and served by at
tentive ostlers. SE'l'H KlMUALL,
P. S. Members of the legislalure, and others, will
find the best of accommodations for Board and Rooms du
ring the session.
Montpelier, Sept. 10, 1S44.
rp IF YOU FEEL A LASSITUDE, with loss
of appetite, palpitation of the heart, inability to exercise,
wilh drowsiness and disposition to sleep, take Phelps'
Tomato PrLLs", one or two doses seldom fail to relieve
all those unpleasant symptoms arising from congestion and
languid circulation ofthe blood, and a redundant quantity
or morbid quality of the bile, which is so apt to occur at
this season of the year. Pain ic the limbs, headaehe, and
other effects of a recent cold, are speedily relieved by them
For sale by the Druggists generally, and by Agents in
all the country towns, and at the Ueneral Depot, No. 228,
Main street, Hartford, Ct. Also, by S. P. RedDeld, nd
Clark and Collins, Montpelier; iot-s and llutchins, Wa
teibury; O. French, Barre; R and M. llammelt, E. Mont
pelier; A. T. Bancroft, Plainfirld, 40.cuu.jn6m
JOII P. HALE,
(jfcJOUTII East corner of Branch Bridge, itats-street,
N. B. Particular attention paid lo Cutting for ot litre
Oct. 9, 1844. 41
BICII Velvets Silk. Ribbons Flowers Tsbe-.
&c, just received by Baldwim , Scott it Co,
PIECES ALPACCAS, some very low prices.
41 Baldwin, Scott, k Co.
npilAT NO MAN CAN ot WILL sell anv description
in this county at less prices than at the Old Cheap store,
by Baldwin, SCOT fc Co.
I TON T032.CCJCi
CHOICE brands of Chewing also Lorillard's tsd
Chapman's fine cut Chewing and smoking.
41 Baldwin, Scott & Co.
Corner of Main and Stale Sts.,
CONTINUES to perform the various openlione In
dental surgery, necessary for the preservation
and health of the Teeth and Gums, Alto superior in
destructible teeth inserted, from on to a full set,
by engraftinn on the fangs of decayed teeth, or on Gold
Plate, as the case may require.
Particular attention given ta the prevention and remedy
foi irregularity of teeth in Children and Youth, which it
often the cause of preinalure decay and loss ef tho Teeth.
Montpelier, September 12, IS44.
IROM six to fifteen cents Tickings, Drillings, Can
- ton Flannell, &c. Call at the old cheap store of
41 Baldwin, Scott & Co.
lYails and Iass,
T the lowest market prices, by Baldwin, - Scott &
NY quality or quantity may be bought of Baldwin.
Scott & Co., at prices which will suit purchasers,
VV K the subscribers, being appointed by the
Hon. the probato court for the district of
Randolph, commissioners, to receive, examine and
adjust all claims and demands of all persons s
rainst the estate of Benjamin Porter, late of Ran
dolph, in said distrirt, deceased, represented in
solvent, ami all claims and demands exhibited in
offset thereto, and six months from this date being
allowed for that purpose, hereby give notice that
we w ill attend to the business of our appointment
at the dwelling house of Royal Abbott in said
Urookfield, ou the 3d Fridays in November and
March next, from 9 o'clock, A. M., until,4 o'clock
P. M. on each of said days,
October, 8th, 1844.
J. K. PARRISH, 1
' HOWARD GRISVVOLD, CoiuVp.
ROBINS DINSMO RE.
DHU6S AND MEDICINES,
A FRESH SUPPLY
Montpelier, March 14,1144.
S. r. REDflEf D.