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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, SEPTEMBER 30, 1847.
Proflit, of Indiana, formerly a member of Con gress n zealous friend of President Tyler, by whom lie was appointed Minister to Urnzil. Ho died In Louisville on llic 7th Inst. Hon. Richard Henry Wildo of Ncw-OrJeans, formerly a distinguished member of Congress from Georgia, and well known by hia history of Tasso, anu other literary productions, utcu on thojOth of .yellow fever. Rostox and Queiikc. The editorial corres pondent of the St. Louis Reveille, writing from Ronton draws tho following comparisons be tween Boston and Quebec: In no two cities of our northern region rc these extremes so forcibly illustrated as in Que bec and lloston; the one " cabined, cribbed, con lined without a newspaper circulation, with out travel, without hotels, without a theatre, without larbtrsnB wo have noticed heretofore tlio red coat and the black cassock for the per vading smoke ol the drayman, tho shriek of the fife for that of tho locomotive; tho other unen circled fcave by tho water winch is daily driven back by its encroachments ; magnificent in it marts, unrivalled in its enterprise, electric in its intelligence, and prodigal in its philanthro py ; her railroad system ti model for the world, und its results a matter for its envy. Truly, the old time and the new arc represented in the case of these two cities. Lower Canada is as noble a country as New Kngland, her cities older, and equal freedom and intelligence would have pro duced equally as grand results. Roston, though this present is a dull season for business, is a perfect whirl of life and activ ity ! Iler wharves, her streets, her railroad lines, her temples of instruction, her halls of amuse ment, all arc in quick, yet regulated action. The neighboring towns every one vastly increased within the last few years, and some of them now chaitercd ciies huvo completely girdled old JShawmut. Looking from a height upon tho dcu6C gathering of humanity, and its pursuits beneath and around, the visiter, whatever part of the States ho may be from, feels u portion of the pride which he acknowledges every Uostoni- an has a right to entertain. lie need mil accom pany with his eye the laden trains which from every direction come shrieking in to this com mon centre, to desire heartily that all the world might equally enjoy a spectacle so instructive, so ennobling! Piles. Thif distrcu'intf complaint mall cum proceed from a want n!nri)nr evacuation of the bowel J. The foul humor'. In Mead or being thoroughly expelled from tho body, nro hut par tially so , n portion loins; left a It wcro at tho tbroahhuhl, ii the cquhr oi mil vuxauou-i compi.11,11 cuucu me riivu j anu In frequently neettclod until it ripen inloti more horrid form ofiliaeaso ciillfd Tututa. Wi-JKlU's liMlism Vegetable of tho " North Amciicnn Col lose oi llpiilth." uro n true und natutul remedy lor tho aboi e complaint unci will in u 11 onsen mnkn n t.trfect cure f bccauio tnev cllecluullv cleanse the body from those morbid It it mors which ure nut only the cuuso o riles, itiit oi every inner mai.niy inciuent io man. lie wore of counteifeita of all kinds ! emuc oro coated with nigur ; other ato in ml a to renoniblo In outward opprarance tho original medicino. Tho safest course Is to purchne of the rebuilt u;eni4 oniy,nno oi wnom may uo luutiu in ctery tillage and town in tho state. vrThalienuho for s.ilo by 8. K. COLLINS, ?. P, RCD ril.LI) and HASTMAN & UANKOllTII, Montpelier. Ncw-Ungtand Oflicej l'Ji Tremont st. Host on. 35 The followins letter from Rev. IIUXUY WOOD, of Con cord, N II. editor of tho Congregational Joumit, n religious ricwipapcr of a high char.) Ctrl, cmuak volumes in favor of the eoou qu jutici oi tv i&iat's umaim : Concord. N. II. March 2. 1S1C. Mr. S. A. Towle: Dear Slrt Two yrnr ago tho put win ter, a tudden und violpnt uttnek upon my lungj by exposure to cold, confined mo to my room und bed for retcral weeks j and when I recotend 1 uui so much oppressed by ditfiruliy in breathing, that I was Incapable of walMii and lolcnt ex ercitc, und iftcn was unable to sleep oi rest upon a. brd by night. The suffeilng was frequently extreme, und judging 1'iom the inctliuacy of thn rt'incams ued, I supposed the did unie incuramu. itring pcrtuaueu io iry a noma oi isinr Util4am of Wild Lhcrrv. without the least confidence hi its efficacy, or that ofnny other prerripltoii, no one can fully un derstand my lurprisu und joy, v. hen 1 tound tin difficulty al most entirely removed before one bottle had been uicd up. Having a mortal uveision to medicine, und seldom uln it in any form, nothing but nyirpithy with my fellow suffurora in duces mo to make this public statement, and re com mend tho article to those similarly utllictcd. W ith respect, yours truly, HBNKY WOOD- None genuino unless signed I. BUTTS on be twapptr t or sale by . U . r un uii, vvasmnguon si.uosion. QCrFox salo by S. V. KXUrlULD, Muiitnclicr , Vt. and agents generally. Dorchester, Man., Juno 15. Dr. P. llruwn: Dear Sii. It afford mo great pleauru to he ublo to bear testimony to tho valuablo properttoi ofyour Sarsaparilla and Tomato Bitters. You probably remember tha iltnation I whs in when I commenced uing them by tho .tidvice of my friend ; tho sutTenngrf wliich 1 have borne for a Jong time from tho'eiTects of a inoU terrible humor is almost indcsCfibahlo ; U covered my chest and nrmi, brc.iking out ul times in quite largo tores. Medicine after medicine did 1 try, without tho least relief, nnd I gave up cter exporting to be cured , but nt lut 1 wus persuaded to mako use of jour Sara nnirlllA mul Tomato Hitters: hut I mint say I commenced with great reluctunco, thinking it would eventually fail to rolieve me us other medicines nau uono, i ui now nappuy have I been di 'appointed ! Jlhas curod me. Nothing that I do affords me mora nleusure than recommending lour Bitters 1o persons similarly afflicted, und 1 do moit earnestly recom mend all to try them beforn they give up, suppoaing there is no relief. I now alue thi'tn so highly J keep them in tho house, and use them in my lamny, as i uoitiuer innni mo best, nleasantest, md most thorough medicine now In use, removing all Impinities, carrjlng oft' ull bile, without weak odin? the system, or being obliged in chango jour diet. Arter ihouiiiff this to nuv ouo. If thev oro not tioifectly ftatislled, ask them to call on mo, and I wilt explain my care more fully, which It Mil! utiorn mo great pleasure io uo. Yours respectfully, DANIKL I'LUMMKU. rrV-IUmcmber and nlwavi buy them ul l BltOWN, C8 Washington street, or see that hu namo Is signed to the di t-ni linn vihieli ir-.mmiiiiniri tho bottle. I'orsale by B. V, UIIDFtCLU und S IC. COLMNS.suid doalcli In medicino generally, it ad way's cinxnsi: Mnnicvrnn soAr. THIS nXGHKTOllY VK-sbKI.S Upon the surface numbers many millions. Ilach one of Ihcse I.hIh niitlcli uro the natural uvenues for tho Cicnt.0 of tliO ruluso humors or mutter. If, then, ttioso pores uro clozged, to as to render thoio humors Impissihlu, what must bo tho consequence Nino tenths of BKin-dijuuscs nro causnd by the stoppage ofthese ouituts, the impuiltifJa iS the llulds jtiimng 110 ocopu nro nirown uuck ujiuii hiu necrt iiuii, nti tation is at iirst iju, men comes ine uursuii" lorm oi uia nu tnon on tho suruce In tiiu lurin oi Pimples t Blotches, Pustules, Scurrcy, Hash and Dry iipelast Sdlt-Hneum ami Hiag'lVMta If llitilirtiii'M Chlncxe MctllcutcA Son Hud boon uicil as u gcner.il Toilet Houp those UUuses wuuld never op pour, or the purlacn ot tho skin become clogged. A ftnv unnlic.ilions of till delicious iow cleanefs tho secreto ry vessels from all impurities und instantly removes from the I vuiuce. rimpic, niotchcit, Puitules, 1'rccklci, Titn. Sunburn, und other Truckles, Radivny's Chinese Medicated Soap Is nlao an cxrcllt ul 1 Slaving Snip In all cusos ask for Hud way ' soap uml pur- chuso it only ot the aaveriisea ujjenu. O. W. SCOTT, Monlnellor, Vermont. j. & it, J. itAmvAy.iiCou.tunu t, v. iUnrkcl0. Ifioston lIai'Ket, Sept 25. ASIIIisS. lots nro selling readily ut 5 14c, nnd for small lots to tbo trudo A 3-8c Is ubtained. Tor VoarU the market is ins tiled a fnir quotation today is 7 1-4 a 7 3-4c, cash, but a decline would take place should they route in more freely, lly tho llritt&nia, from Liverpool, with dates to 3d inst., wo learn that mliea w ere vciy scarco in London and Liverpool. Halts of TearU had been made iuLicipool at 30 a 38, and J'uis ut Ji on the ot, nun VJ4 to nrnto. 1IIUES Sales oflOOO Hlo VlranJo, and 800 Montevideo ot about 12 1-dc i 100) Southern at lOo per lb 27 hales Cape ot tiooj Mono tioal Skins ut anout equal to do cacn, o ins. ai raieni, a IUl ut Uiu itniiuw iiuki nui uim hi v nm. llOva come in s'owly, and ure readily taken at 11 a 11 -Sc i i&f lit. mill. j'KOVIHIONS continue In very fair demand, and tho old maikct will pruTmbly bo Lure by the tinio tho new palling cones to market, bome reuucilun in prices nave taken place unu sales ate maKing oi eiira tuicar i ir ai if-w, v.iear, io- iiacked, Sia l-y i nio,Siui rnme, sJl ess neti, su; Triine, 31U per bbl. 4 ins. Hams, 1) a 10c, und prime Le I.nl. W l.o nor lb. 4 mi. i'roisions in Livt-rnool maintuinedtheir luiccs pretty well. The supelies of Ilei-f wer limited, with a fair domand. I'limo Jless per bbl, 50 ft 60s j Uncou, fine puree I J, in demand, at food prices: 37 fd had been paid for a supener lot of tihoul Jen, in dry s'llt. Turk, not much doing, i icept in new .Miss. .. l i'l. .1.1 , ,l l'. n,n,A C, u TOj. sr.t.l sir. K s. tll which t mi lil cruiiiniind fur nrln.o. C5 a 70s: old do. 5.1 a (Di. l'llme Turk, 4d a f5 pei hid. Lord wus In uctivo df i advurfing prices fine leafin kegs, M a i5a ; do lu hi Us per cut. The stock of lard was light. Kino nun rheeiQ were wanted and would bring full prices, i'l Imparts weto of poor tualily, and sold IbriHuytfs eii would bring 53 uWi mlddlingi 10 u M. 1'iiine I'urk. Ai a 55 nei bbl. Lard was In active demand at advanrlnir nrires i fine leafin Lees. Ki 1 f)5si do lu bbls. f0 n S3spercut. The stock of lard was lleht, Uno rjualuica of cwt; lino Tallow is in eood rcnuest for manufacturers1 use, nod sale. of 2 a :iooo lbs ut V i-8o per lb, cash. WOOL Salts of200 bales unwaihed Smyrna, Hull 12e jor lb, tl rn,. There ii a reudy sale of American Fleeco Wuol at full prices. lluineslic Sai. fleeces 13 a -17 12; full blood 40 a 43 1-2 l.S lu M.'l blood 'M a30t common 11 blooj 2 u 30, Lunib uier33iiU; Uo. No. 1,28 a 30; llo. No. 2, U a 20, Do. No 'j a r. l'orel2ii Smyrna washed, lOi Do. unwashed. 10 a Hi Hen tail, 6 u 9,- lluenos Ayics, 0 a lb, Crimea, 8 a 10, .Mexican, B u io. ftl'.l'T. 07. PROVISIONS. Tlio sale aro confined in Hm unts uf trudo. Mess beef sells moderately at 813 1 I'nmo I'oik 812,50 a 13. Mess 15,50 a 10 Clour, which Is mere scarce, 18 a 18,50, 4 months, l'lour. Tbo market remains without change Tho llnrm has a tendency to check operations, but there is u fair demand for borne consumption i ticne.ee, coin non brands.il ill rJI-vi unio ami nnriugnn 5.ti7 l-2i Southern of which there l n small supply, $G. cash. Corn, the market Is rather tlrmor. Vollow flat itlls at 73 a 73c, I and for prim, moallug sjuallllo. 71c j while mixed 7c. casli., miglitoii Ht;uK!(t Svit.U7. (Kenorted for the Uoiton Traveller.) At matket. 10M) bceftRttlo. 1000 stores. 13 voltes of work ing oxen. yJ cowt und calves, 30 Wivep and lambs, and about ijOOO swine. list? Cattle. Extra $7,00k-nnt quality! (0,50, second qiiHtiiy hj, i j iu Wokkihu Oxen, Bates noticed &l 71. 78. 94 and 6108. Btuub Caitls. talcs of yrnrlingi $10 to 12fi0t 2 year ows ot 511 to iy. CowiAfloCAtVEi. Fotei noticed, at $00, 2JtandQ(Jto A 13, m!.. . . wn t.i Flrtfr. Iirl.k nnd innally ioM Wforo ar tlvinx nt inntkcl. I.:.nili ftom l,75to J3.S3, OIJ lieci from 1,87 lu $3,! nnil 3,M. Bwiiit. Old lion. 6c.,iliut ol rolall from 0 lo7 c, In llilmo, n i.jocpi iiiin, iiy iio. iiir von iiiwvii, i Mr. Atlicrt A!. Joiitfn nml Mint Mnrclit M. Naiime. lr.ti, In Monlpollcr, 141 Ii Innl., hy lii'V. Mr. Hitchcock, Mr, Sam uel r. Halley onvooJdlock, bihI Mm rtiiiin .Marcolluepriigue: In liptlln. flrnt. IS. ul.low Jtmhn Yoitnf. ud T8. Trlnt cr In Mass. ond Conn, nro requested, Atr. in wtnciieiitioti, iiinsjit &epi, u. wuiow i-.iccui n. rencham, Vt,, nged iO eart. . in moretown, feni. mi, hi uvseniery, noracu s. i.mji 3 year nnd S months. in wntcrnury, auj ji, iiarjeiie 1 . v iumhh, In Walden. Aui. i35th, ofcousiimptioi), rnenocK inceni, nged 29 veari, ... , , . In StJohnburv, Pept. II, Mt. IldlJah Downing, formerly ol Uhelsca, ngeu cu years. giNEWCASfl STORE ! NEW PIBM AK1 IVEAV OOOWS, Francis C. Kuilli .V Joliu S Umkcr WOULU nupeclfully Infurm Iholf frlon.l. In Monlpollcr, ' ana tim puuiic gcurruny, iiiitiiioy nnvo rcceniiy iorm ed u copjrtncnlilp In liusincs umlortlio firm of KEITH & BARKER, nnd hnvn loented theiiisnlics In the larifri bulldlnir on Main- Street, (ouo dooi South of IlubhardS Store,) where they In tend keeping on haml ut all times, a gencrui assortment 01 hlCH AiI VASllIONAlfiliU DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CROCKERY, Mlnssuiul Hardware, nnd pledge themoehes to otl'cr their Coodi nt such prices as to warrant UUIOK JSAIXS and that CAN.NOT FAIIj IO SUI'l all who ure purchamg for READY PAY, It boine a WEIih KNOWN TACT that in selling Goods lor reaiiy pay, wo uro ubin to sell lor LESS PltlCKS I than (hoci who give long ciedili and charge accordingly and we will conceive an inuio woo may tutor us mnn o can that wo are A illing to sell goods for a SMALL PROFIT! Mu.upolior, Sept. Mill. 1817. 37 FALL AN"rrwTNTER ! CKO. 1. J!IKi:il T.T AS Jnt received a I.AUOI", APSORTMENT of J'AI.I, 1 and lVI.Ti:il wbicb (lull bo ,old for cuh or approved credit ai CHEAP a. tlio clienpent. Cull anil examine. Sept. 27, 1847. 07 ELLIS, WlTDER & CO. Sliitc-Slrcot, Itloiitpolicr, VI. Hi:i r. so, is 17, Have tnt leeched asois. FALL DRESS GOODS, Consisting of Silk Warp Alpacca,-r3atin fcJtrlpo j l'ljlll do do nil colors, Stono nnd Drnb Cold'd TIHIIETr). l'lnld CASHMERES, " and MVip'd 1)E I.AINES, ir pi. UI.NUHAMH, mm till, l'rcncli and Enjlisli PnlNTS, SOU" Hplendid Ure, Hll.KK, 50 bo0i Fl.OWElt.S and WHEATHS, 100 pt. Ilonnct liimiONH, Winter SHAWLS5 different ttylos, 103 Sewing Silk SHAWLS, 75 ni. rulNOES. U I MI'S und COItl). A larfo and splendid assortment oI'DKU-SS DUTTONS. 3110 11.. citni Germiin llHOADCl.OTIIS, 100" " " HOE KKINS, juu " 1 uncy u.acr.iL.ni.a, ISO " Plain do. 200 " llouvy TWEEDS for fall nnd winter wear, 60') Splendid Sulm un 1 Silk VES'I' PATTERNS, Silk nnd Worsted " " 15J (lentleinan,s Silk uml S.ttin Cravats. S000 yds. llrown and liteiicliM Cottons, 1500 " Uotlori I I. H..M.L,a, S00 Men's Under SIIIUTS & DKAWERS. Also, a Ijrge assortment of CltOCKEUY AND IIAltDWAUE. PAINTS AND (JIS, NAIl.S.tll.ASS. ie.tec. All of wliicli will bo sold ottbe lowest possible pricos. CAM. AMISBli. VJOIIV I.AHUK STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER CLOTHS, CASSIMlUtlCS ANJJ VHSTINGS, Mav ha found at October 137 3w J. W. IIOAVUP. JUST UIXjilVEI) AT U1K Gtt'S FASIIIONAltl.i: CLOTHING STORE, A good slock of II BAD Y-JWAD K CL O TIIIJYG, which tall be sold CHEAP FOR CASH. "ICNTLEMUN wishing for a good f.tllni ami fashionable VJl Riinnont are renuasted to call at uuvi.u o, wnero may can find a gool vlocK ol Broadcloths, Uassnncres i- Ycsimgs, oftbe LATEST STVLl'.S and PATTCRNS, which will be mm n nil nt short notice Ana WurranlCU to 111. llrllled Eved NEI'.DLLS of rood quality, TAILOR'S SCIUARES, UK A VtJIVH, IAI 1. JIL.ISUKLS, Slllll f 111) SO.MS, susrL.l)IJiis uncap tor uasn. AlUlnrmonts cut lor others to inuo up warranted to lit. Sept. 30, 1747 37 rAL.1, AND W1KTJUU SHAWLS. G-4. 8 I. B.4 Jt 10 -1. CAS II M ERE SHAWLS, Drab, Stono, Tawn, f bcailot, urnugo anil idle centered ALSO Printed, !mlusM,Tiglioitl, Russian llo. Rich Terltcri und Mlnliide Uo. UUAVV WOOL WAKM SIIA1VI.S, 111 '-real vntiitv ut IIUWEa'. October 1, 1817. 17i3w. (Corner.) SPLENDID STOCK NEW PALL GOODS. KEITH A: JtAUEiTHt TIAVIN'G just returned from market, uro this week recciv i-A hi2. and can offer to tho Ludic uu.l Uentlcincit of ilont- pelier nnl vicinity, their I irgo nml complete etock of JW21V FALL GOODS! Among which rr.ay bo found som) chulce and desirable pat- icrns vt 1UCII DRESS GOODS. to hiclilliry uoul 1 p uilcul irly liiutu the ntleuiinn id .WMrfcf;S!S:DRESS SILKS " bhek Oro de Swisre. ) llich stripctl and :uitl, lll.ick, llluo, Dtnb, (Jrcen, Drown and uumjon, ALPACAS & OltLIUNSCLOTIIS, Hich hhok and drub TIlllir.TS. tl .1.. 1-. 1 I'flV'IMII 11 HgM nml phiiii M, itu Lair, fitch Moiialr Stripes, Honolulu I'luids, Fancy (iinghaitla, Mourning do., nou uoys, rum i-.nuy, UnglUb, Scotch and Ameilcan 111 IN Prf, &.c, krt They ure ulsu upon In,; a choice stoLk of FANCY GOObS. Ladies light, di.k, hhick un I hite KID (ILOVUH. UentN " " ' Oashmcro und lined SUM CLOVKH. ItmiiiPt Hutius und Velvets. Uravuti. Hcatf. H)lk Neck llibbons, OuUide und Inside Flower, Wreaths, Mni'U ijiinps, rringes, i.uce anu edgings, Wonted i'uttunis unct Cuiuai. Also, u gr 'at vuriely of SUA W l.i S , A few VKUY FINK ALL-WOOL CAHI1MKUK (Idto aiul dcat grounds, Very line Fluid, Hquarn and Long SHAWLS, A.e, i.c. LngUsli, French und Aiuericuu BROADCLOTHS, CANMiMliKKS sVM VliMTlNOS, tA groat variety. j ALSO GrocuricN, Crockvi'V. Oliis!,, mul lliii'il-Wiii'et Making, lu all.uOIIUILI.uiid IlllllAllLU JTOL'K.lo winch tlio atleuiioil 01 piircua.ers is iiiYiteu. Sept. 'JO, 1847. 37 RICH DRESS GOODS. SILKH. Huw Hi!lt, Cashuivre Fluids, Molmlr Luitrvs, Inilripes und Fluids, TlllltLTH. Thibet Cush ncres, Orcgont, Oil -uns, Aiiiiich Luilies, wool und mlk, Willi TUlMftUNtld, ut J. W. UOWKS. Oelt'ber 1, IS 17 1500 PH'.Cr.S AI.l'ACOAH, Hllkund Moiialr Btrlp'd I.Utlrcl, (jlngliams, .M, I), iines, Urei'oils, Uashinures, rrlttts, Ut. Very cheap ut OUO, P. HIKKU'ri. riepl.iir, losr. 37 1EW STYLE CROCKER Yk j w. 11 owes, OFFLltS on lowTerme, G Cases HKAUTITUL CHOCK. I'liX. togelbei with u great variety oT 1 1 0 b t, h: . K F. i: V INO A UT f O L ES . Those about keeping house will find H to their advantage to look In. October 1. 37t3w, Salmon, IUackci'ol anil Coil rii.li, For alo by IIALUKIN it SCOTT, tf eptl !, 1SI7. 37 BALDWIN & SCOTT, tFitvn n In urn nsinrlmcnt of JJroad Cloths, Cassimeres, Doc fokms, feslintss and 7 rimming ! Drtsi and Cloak Goods, in great va rittics Jill kindi of Cotlon Goods, Crockery, ulass ami Hardware, ami a Comnlelc assortment ol Oroceries ; ull ir wliUh tlipv w Ml clt on np aooJ tefins a. can lie Imd In lliii vicinity 1 ur pjmcuiiirs, can ana en. Til 15 CARPET ROOM AT hTOllKS fe A mUU;N'S VV' 't0 t'l'lenlshcd with entire New Pattern tlili wefrk, n uitien incy win sen nt tur i 1111-. September 26, 1647. 374w, NEW GOODS, FOR FALL TRADE. CHAKLiES SVAMHIVU AS Jul received at I. Is CHKAi' UASII ti'l'OHi:, a 5to.1t variety of ndaplml to the senson, which will bo sold at GlUlATLY Ad kinds of tfoixl pay received In exchango lor uooas. ItlrmipcHnr, Pent. ), iou. jijowh FOR FIFTY CENTS IN Citnli, )ou can get una pound of tbat inpcrlor TEA nt V. II. Fept,B8 tf hTOItltS & LA.N'OnON?. NEW FIRM AND JNEW GOODS. IV. 'S Itiki'nlium V James ViicKctt U; OlII.Dglvo notice that lliey liavo formed u Copartner sb.p under tbo namo of B U RN II A M & B RICKETT. They will conduct the 11A'I !AI 2itl l'Oll BIJSIIVKSS nt tbo simo place previously occupied b tVni.T. Ilurnbum. we only aim unit we imvo 1110 u.iin.. . , . , UEST ASSOIIT.M ENT of HATS, CAl'S, FURNISHING GOODS, ever offered for nlu in Vermont, nnd will aoll CIILA1 for Cash. BALDWhN & SCOTT, KEEP e.on.lnnllyon bnnd, a ood assortment 01 uuuk TltlMMINOS, such as NASHUA LOCKS nnd I.ATCIlliS, Mlncnl and Itosn Wool KNOUS, 1IUTTH nnd SCREWS, oful! sires, tlf-.r.lt II A VIII trf Air. Also, first quality of WINDOW SASH, manufactured at St. Jolinsbury. .... WINDOW (1LASS of all sios at liurliuiton cost, nddinj freialil, for calli. 37 "l"- '"7 CROCKLRY. rvtEWanil nmiullful Styles of CHINA, EAUTI ERN, U 1 CLASS WARE, at STORKS tc LANOHO.VS. Sept. Si, 1817. ;17:3W. KS. KG A NT SOT. A R. LAA1PS A Nl) olb r 111 (il.ASd WAP.n ul f tuiim V DON'S. Sept. 08, 1317 JT.aw HOUSEKEEPING GOOUs Ol' IIICH and RAltli STYLES, which will be soljl at ex treme low orices. will bo opene I this week, ut STORKS & LA.NCDON'S. Sept. B8,'I7. 37i8'. RICH DRESS GOODS T0 suit over? body ot STORKS & LANflDON'S. 37 Sept. 28, M7. DOMESTIC GOODS I XI) tiMlOCl: IS M MIS are selling vary ciiean at A gitpt.S3.M7. :7;av HroitRe Ail-ANDOXS. IN HKsVOY-MADJB LOTUING, C AT THE FRUIT STORE, 1st door South of tlie Illicit Church, rontlitln; ol the lollonln; unicies, viz 100 OVER COATS, 200 superior IIKIISS COATS, 500 Tweed SACK COATS, 230 splendid VESTS, 601. prs. l'ANTS, oil stylos and slics, 12 ilot.prs. OVuUALI.S, fj " ' SUcll'ENUERS. AIj.i, Onocase Bood U.MURuLLS. 'I')... tni of Clothln'i was bousht with cash, and will bo sold nt prices thut cannot failol clving sutisfjctloit to tho puicnaser. Also, ronsiaiui u i itaiiu t.MJITI'I'OK KVHIlV VAUIRTY. T.i nil ,1. onr.'li.iiin'. nnv or tbu nbavo attlcles, 1 unnl.l ,n thai I u ll uil'i r as rood (If not belter) llarsalns as you can hnd at any oilier storo In .uonnener.t IIpr M.iln-itreet, Montpclior, Vt. Sept. 29, 1-17. a7 WASHINGTON COUNTY TKAUH 1NSTITUT , rrHL' u-idcrsianed, hovln "gun secured the seivices oi 1 .Mr. KIOIIAUDS, an experienced teacher trom New- Yotk,ohd hating mudo other necesiary arrangemonts, gUe u.tirn iht 'IWhers IiKtilute for Washington County, Mill he hcldut Uorlin Corner, la commence on aionuuy, rtov. lt, 18 17, and to continue tun weeks. It Is cuniestly desired that nil who intend to tenth In our common schools, especially the ensuing winter, should uvall thomsclvos or Us advantages. It mat ho norcssnrv to charge tho pupils, n i rutins sum lor luiiion;--uui not, in itny case, u ctocu nuy vu ir irfitllnmnn. ami lvontv tivu rents for a ladv Mtiurd Iiuh hecn enaied in cuod fjiuillCf. and near thn SJioot-house, for nil who may come, at the very low pilce of $V- lot ine tcun. rupiH will oeur in inino, mai in secum uu nuiuitiaiice to tlio instiiuic, uioy inusi come on mw umt vaj ui ui j sion, as none wilt be udmUtrd uflel thut, except in cxtraordl narvcuses: and nil ho commenre wltl uo expected to con' linuo through tho term FupiU will pleuse bring their clioui lluok, CFpei'i illy l'iO loiicwin?, viz . oanuur s cpei I ling Hook, and Fourih Header j Wei I'd Gtuiuuiar ( Colhurn'i i' ii hL lesin ii in Ariiiimeiic : juauu- new nriuniieiic tilatcs and l'cncllj. and thoso who slug, their Hinslng Hooks I Lecluicsjinldliiig io tho subject ol cenductlug Hrhools, will bu e ven each cteutng. iniormation, in regjro io innrum r i .?.i i... -n:. i. . i...,.iii,...A piaCL-H, call Un UUIIlllieU It uuumj (Ik iim urn rui-iiuu, i where the Institute Is to he liuld, on the first tl J of its meet 14. J. OlvU I 1 , OHiUN SMITH NCVINf, A. A. chasi:, 1). It. SMITH. Coiiiinittce, Muntneller.Sent. 1847. 37 STATU OF VUltMONT, t At u Fruhato Court held t Diarict ot Uahdclpli, ss, L,iteiieu, wiinin nn iur saia Diatrlci j on tlio filth day ol toptomuer itJRt I'ffieiH l ie lion. r. l.i lUrt. junte, xt t...,.iji ,.:., n l. l.A l.t Will u.t.1 'IVktM. i. mnni nt 1 inv i.l N'uIjuii. lain fif OfOnzo. in saiddis trict, deceased, being presented to tho Court heio by Lewis (!liai.iiiorlin nn.l Kniwoll AI. Hill, ihe cxecutoM therein nam ed, for ptobilo, It is ordered ly s.tld Couit tint ullpenons concerned thrrein, be noiiticd to appear ut a session of said Cuurt. tn bo held ul Dickinson' Inn, In ChcUna, in tl.l lli.trlci. on the twentieth duv of Uctober, A D. 1817, undithort cntue, if nn they may h ivo, ti go in it the probate of said will, For which purpose, it Is further ordered, Unit n ropy oi ino record oi inis oiuer no inioiiuiru hmv weeks suecesMlvcly tn thn Vermont utennuu, prnnru ai Aioutpelier) us soon us may ne. A true copy of reror ', 07 Alicst, JONA. SMITH ,Jlt , llegiiter. STATP. 111.' VI'.ltMON'l'. I In Frnhate Cuurt hulden at Wellington Distr'ct. ss, t Montpelier, wiinin unu lor sniu District, un IheSd d iy uf September, A. D. 1817. TOLL DW1NNLLL, ndininislrutor on the or l a to of Susan Vf Waterman. Itio of Montpelicr, in said Imtrlct, decensed nrniviii. 1tl iidminlstrutiun uccOnuL fur sultteiiient. t lien- tMt.il.r hpI. nt tha I'robiUa ulTli-o in mlJ Montholier. for esumiiiallon und nltowance, nnd tbttl ull concerned he notifi ed hereof by the publication of this order in the Vermont Watchman and StutH Journal, printed at mid Munlpelior, three weeks successive!), us soon us ituy he, that they may appeurul nuid time and place, lltbey sua cuuie, und object thereto, Jy the i;ouit 1XA1A. UUIliUB, lU'gisieri A true copy r Record, V7 Attest, LYMAN UltlGtJP, Itrgister, HTATK OF VF.HMONT. ) At a Frohale Court held Randolph District, ss, West lUndolph. within and for sold District, on inevuin ujy oi repiciniier, a. ik iTPUN unit! cut on or u ri 11 11 v lark, onu irt lie Heirs ol in vJ utatfl of 1 uko Clark, late of lliooklleld, In Mid district, dbceased, retiueiting n division ol that por llou of sodd vstute which wus sit out to the widow of dld dereused for her doweri It is ordered by iho 'Jouit that tho said applicant mule 1110 several persons intoiflfcieu in me sum eStlltO UT IllUIT Uliuiw;r 1 1 miiiij( tvillilll ini .luiuj .v nniirmrt to nnuenr heforo said Court, ut the Probata Office tVI'SI HUllUOipil 111 MIM UIUli- Wll IIIU II MM II 111 - . next, to mako objections to such dWUlun, fl they see ctuie, by publUI ing (tut orior iwo weens successively, in ino, ht inont Wutchuiau und State Journal, pilntedul Montpelier. BTATI! tlP VI'.ltMONT- J Iii 1'rr.hnlA Court holdeit Wathiiigtvn District, ss. MuntnetUi, within and for said District, un tbo votli duy oreopt. A. U. 1847. IBllAL wuuu, uxocutoi un u.e cttutu oi iirani oou. his udminutrMlcn account for settlement. Whereupon it Is Ordered llmlthe sumo ho referred Io (he ICth dJy ol OctutMir next, at iht i'jobule ODicti in said Montpelu-r, for examina tion and uilowance, und that all concerned bo untitled hereof, by tho tiubliculion ol this order In the V'orniont Watchman and Journal, printed at aald Montpelier, three week, sue cesiivnly,.! soon may be, that Ihey may appear at said lime and plucn, If they soo cause, and object thereto. liv order olCouil. Attest, LYMAN UlllOGS, Kc.lstcr. A true copy ol Ilocord, Aunt, LYMAN 1IKIGUS, lUl,Hr. 37 VKHMONV OJ2NTHAI. llAIMtOAI). I A riN'Af. AsanesMn.NT op rivn Dou.Ans on a 1 SIIAIU., Ima been ordered njr tho Director, of llm Vormilnl Central ltillroad Company, payable 011 the lit tiny of KuVeinW next. r.ymenum.iy bo made nt tho Firmer.' nd ftleclmnlt,' Hank, Uurlinglon, at Hin nmik of Montpclior, at Ibe Wnndtloek Ilink, or at 1 lis Trm.nr.i', OlHce, No, SI, ltnllrna.l V!icli.n9.. Court Annate. Itoston. f SAMIH.WALLKY(Jr.TreasV. I? N. n. Upon naymont of thli nueiiment stocklioldefi can jtrhano receipts for stock certificates D.R. J. IUCHAUD'S R TURNS thanks for tho VCRY L1HERAL patronage ho has received during hHatav lo Montpelier. He takes this ocean ion to rcipcrtfully Inform his friends and other that ho Intends to leave in about two weeks from this dale, Those wMiinc to avail themselves of hla services, wili please call at Col. Uoutwell's, Union llousei Main Htreet a first rata Hotel Into the uartzaln t Montpetipr, Sept. 9, 1847. 37 THE TIIIUW VOLUME. One large Political Caricature tvtry tf'ttk. AVto Volume for the Second Year, beginning October 9, 1847. On the f tr-oriD Saturpit in the comins October, a JYeic Scnrs or YAJNKfci; UKUJinti will io commenced, Loine tha tint number ot its second year. Aiinougn the paper nai ai tflntw mi,t neii n circiii.iiion oi seiarai inouiauus. mo nu it ers regard ull that has been doltc. coninared with whtit will bo done, us nothing further than it has procured n hearing for the FIRST ILLUSTRATED HUMOROUS NEWSPAPER ever published in tho United States. Thn only test we wih applied to Yankee Doodle is that tt shall furnuh to tho purchasot tbo I'LL value of his muneyin humor nnd entertainment. Yankee Doodle seeks nosectlonal reputation or support, the friendship of no particular class of rentiers, nut niipoaiH to ine wnoie wiua public oi tno American Union, U FLOFLH. It U Intouded to he a acceptable at JSew Urloaiifl ns at ftow loik. in Cincinnati as at Huston. Whcrovcr an American goes ho would have this piper to go along with him. If the sailor at sea, the lumberman on his raft, the scholar in his study, tlio Con" renin an in hU scat in tho llouio of Representative, it asked 11 What paper are jou rending;" ins unswer win oc, " ain. reading tankee Moo dily the J'ncrirans otcn JVewsjiapcr.11 For hero the American win unu ine oesi interests oi in country udvocnteci ny a l ear less defender uf tho Republic. Americans of all sections taught to tako each other warmly by tho hand, at brother with brother, in ins coming volumes, lull ot now plans ol enter tatnment, he will present Sketches from the Chief Cities, with Illustrations. Negro Life In Its arious aspects : serious and comic, (Illustrated.) Lectures on Fashion, on a novel plan. Earlv Lifo of Old Zuck, from authentic materials in the exclusive possession of i nnitoo I'oouie. ii conunuaiion oi ino capital and popunr lory, which hns alieady produced a sensation, Attempts to fee the Elephant, In tho city of New York, by JoihuaCrrcn ingofFsopun," (with illmtntions J Adventurei of Yankee Jjoorile, in w liich it is slirewdlyv-wupected that Illustrious In di idu il will take tho stump for the next Preside nav. election eering in person throughout tbo chief States. The Greenhorn American Auroail. sketches of fashionable life, with chut ucterislic comic Illustrations. Decides tho regular weekly, a splendid Pictorial Ynnleo uoouia win uo liHtiea on tho 1 irst ot January nnd the rouriJi of July. Jlnch regular subscriber to Yankee Doodlo will re- ceivo one uflbcKO free. In addition to which, preparations ate beln' mnilo to publish n Crand Nntlonal 1'irtilrn. nn unen. tircly uriginul scale, fntcnde-ctpwially for suhserlbors, race OF CIUHGE. to be delivered in ItiA tour no of (ho third vftlnmn. It will bo a valuable und beautiful uddition to their collection of Flints. i tit mi rnn O.iz eab.I convono vcar. S3.00. 2 conies ! one year, S.r,00, 5 copies one year, $11,00. 10 comes one year. 839.00. ah orders tor subscriptions imwt invariably be accompanied j. a. i 'itAK'i as, II u AassaM st .new York. Persons wlshins to become siilicrihers vHl ideasa hanJ In their numofl at onco i ns nu hack numbers will ho nrinted. and jui enouu usucu io supply our subscription list and Agents niuiL'tui imy iiiuy uu. SJOtli Scistuobor, 1817. NEW HTOIII2IIUAD OF STAT K.ST. LOOMS & CAMP THIS DAY OPUN lOOmftumnJ DRESS GOODS, consisting of MokulrnmlHilUStrip'd LUSTKESj Indiana ; Alpacas; Oregnus; M, De Lulnos j Cingliam), Prints, etc. WLVFKIt HIIAWLH, a good variety. ji0. A splendid oiiortment of Votfts, Ca$lme$'es eintl lVsrfiijr, together with the best assortment of Ittadti mllfiilv t'lott ins? (to bo replenished Weeklrl mrar u. uieu in mis itimvy. o iiavn imeuntn our ucie .bins. Cottons, Flannels, Tickings , Drillings, and u other kinds of Etaj lu Goods, besides, Hibbon, La'jes, Hosiery, Gloves, etc. etc. too numerous mention. 7 he Fooplft generally, and our firmer patrons, may ho as- sured wo shall otTat tl ere Coods at our uiuallt M'MtlCHS. 3G TO THE PEOPLE. " A nmble Nineptnce better than a sloie Shilling .'" riMir. truth oTt LI. n.h;u Is to bo practically illustrated, to J- tlio cntlro sjtllfictiou of all purchasers of , DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, HOUSE-KEEPING GOODS, FEATHERS, CROCKERY, and DRY GROCERIES of all Kinds. At the NEW STOHE, bead of State street by LOOM IS & CAMP. WANTED ALL KINDS OF MARKETABLE PRODUCE, In carhango for GOOUS at our usually I.OIV l'ltlCE.S. BOth Sept, 3d. 1.0O.MIS tc CAMP. S. BUR BANK WILL RECEIVE THIS WEEK, a i.Auiii: and men assoutment or fancv anu " 1 AI'l.l. Which lll bo sold CHEAP. MORE BOOTS! 50 t,sr:ffll IJUItBANK'S. 9e)ten)tier2'J. 30 iNEAV FALL GOODS, IN CHEAT vaiiiety: XV"'''1'" recoln-d THIS Wl'.I'.K. at tho OrCOBNIlH STOUi:,J3I bv STOItllS & I.ANUDONS. Soptombcr Sht-36:3w. DJi. T. 0. TA'PLIN, HOilIEOl'A'rim; l'HYSICIAN, JIontvclier. Vermont. Juno.lBir. TIGlR : lOOSEl 8l:6mls -JET YOlllt UU.VS UHA11YJ lie wlllb. hele VI by the liist of OcioLnr. 1 n.ivn uveivartlel. In Ihe line ufSIIOOTIMI AI'TAItATllS that lloston nnd New.Vork can supply. Itl'.l'AIItlN'U. lp nl .1,.,,! nmlea. WOOSTEit 61'HAOUi:. South Lnd Arch llrldi-o. llontoeller. 33tl GRIST-MILLS ONU OF Till: OHUATUST IM IMIOVUMHTTH OF TIMS AO K, TVOW IIUII.UIN'O and l.i USE dally at my Machine s Shop, wliuiouli uro luvits4 1 ca'l. "d examine lot iiiein selves. WOOiTKIt BfltAUUi:. South End Arch Jlridce, 1 Monlpolier. Sept. 1, 1617. 1 33 J. W. HOWES V"'' nPn LAIItli: INVOICE of vv NEW FALL GOODS lliii week and neat. 35 S.pl. H, I64T, FISH. FISH! WH havo New und Old UOCK COD, SALMON, MACK JUn.li.0.",,fc9, LOOMiaocCAMr. JOHN It. LANGDON TAS Just ri'celvod a LA HOB and EXTENSIVE AS- J. HUlll SItMT OF DESlllAUI.U frVwhlch ihsll'jo sold low. No Mistake. I'l tan call and oxaniin. before you purchase elsewhere. Montpelier, May, 1847. 10 MACKEREL & SALIMON IP OR Sale by GEO, 1'. ItlKEll. JdiielW, 1817. a) RAYMOND &A"RING'S UN11IVAU.F.I) ANII 1.0NO ESTABLISHED MENAGERIE ECLNTLY Fitted nd Kmbelllshed with entirely New Decorations, t rappings, quinnge. lor jbw uon- Utnlng an extensive ond varied nsr an extensive and varied collectlo lion of the moil rare nnd Interesting pr ample suuren ltr s productloni nf nnture, which aflords to ell r stuur anu rpiiecuon on u science oi nai - UUAL HIBTOUY. THE ROMAN CHARIOT, MTBKALlsY UOVlillKlJ WITH cai.i tt Tl.o SI'LKXIIOP. nnd MAGNIFIOENCH of tills OOlt. nr.OUH and UOI.I.OSAI. CAUltlAC.n IIAFFI.IU in; .SCitHTlO.N'. Wlionvcrlms red u( the Collosal Chsriot of Al'jxnndvr, or tlio Triumphal ('ur of Nero, nuy furni loiho renruptlon oftliu'grsnJtfur of this ftlporlstlvcly beautiful ro lncle, wltlcu wns i.ii.n irora nn nniiquo niut:ci reccitiijr rx. iilhit.J In Londun. It tequiredtf.. constftnt labor of twenty mon for nlno mouths to complete It. nt .n explrns. of more than FIVE THOUSAND UOLLAI131 The lngth of Chnriot, . . 30 fpcl, llclghlh t.isummit ofcanonr, , 20 Thn welnliL in full. . . (000 Ihs. Thn Chitrlotwlll be fullowed by THIRTY CAlUtlAUUS ! rnntalning tho various animal In this IMMENSE F.XllIBl- 1 tu.N, drawn by one nunaren norses i I bo KXItibllton ol tnis iiirnagerie m renurieu uuensciy in trrcttlngby the wonneriui nna unparuiienra per formance! of MR. PIERCE, THIS GREAT NAPOLEON OP T1IR AGE, WITH MONS, TIGKHS, AND LEOPAHDS J Tbli vmnt Artist will fondle, caress, nnd render hinue'f. nprarcntly as one of these aninvils In theiruwn Den. After this he assumes command, orders each to their respective departments, und DRIVING AN AFRICAN LION IN HARNESS ! rW-TliA Animal tn ihta n,tl!frtlnn nrp confidently offered for public Inspection, ns being the choicest and most perfect initcliTioni ever eihib'itcd. l nn majority 01 mem nave ueun Imported during tue last iwo vaars, wunoui re guru in yucn, and tltcv form not only the lwt hut the largest collection ever presented to the public. t jjf The Menagerie win cxnina ai sionipeuer, on r no ay, October 1st, (on Cuttle Show day.) The prncessiou will on; ter town about 9 o'clock In tho morning. Admission only $3 cents. Children under ten vcais, 13 l- CrThe above will eih.hit at Wells River on Tuesday, .September 28th, at llradford on Wednesday 29th, atChcl(o.i on Thursday 30ih, and at Xorthfield on Saturday, 2d of Octo ber. M.JW, EAGLE HOTEL, UY iss: STATU ti'l llBlJT niOiV'M'lII.IKIt. VJCKMOIVX 'T"nAVr.I.LEHS and others Mho mliy favor her with their I oatrnnJSb may bo assured of receiving klndnnd faith ul attention. C. S. NBWUUMB, Assistant. nT.Mcmbcrs of Legislature ciin no occommouated on reasunablo terms. September a, 1817. ai BALDWIN & SCOTT, HAVK received a supply or NBW PALI. (iOOUS, which wo purchased at the lowest prices, end will bo sol I VCItY CIlEAl' for Cash. I'lcaso cull and sec. Sept. 7, 1817. I'o I'AIlMEItS A.M) OXllUItS. A. W. WILDER & SON, HAYING leased for a term ol years, the manufacturing establishment recently owned and octuncd by llaylies Sc Hancroft, would respectfully Inform those who may wish to have their wool manufactured into Casiimcrcs, Plain Cloths, Fhinnels, &c. that they are pi o pa red to manufucturo any ut tue ubove uioini ai terms inai win uo rcmunanic. A. W. Wilder having had an experience of thirty years in the Curding, Cloth Dressing, and Manufacturing business, feels confident that tho work will be done in a manner that wh-il satisfy ull, who may favor us with tlcir patronise. We phatl always eudeavor to have mi hand, a variety ol iiUUl) Al ULSlKAHIiL CLtrillh. wliicli we will cxcharu;o for gimd, clean Fleece Wool. We have also mue preparations mr DYEING SILKS, which will ho drened plain or watered as they may be rre- turrod. u.Mit'Bi l AUft-we can iJo tuAtiu.i orgive it any tluiic that may ho preterm!. cuince u io ..y mai we nun employ compctcut and cipo- nenecu uorKmrn, 'iiicrcwre sunn oo uito io uye anu nrcis blLli A.Mi VUULL1 t-UU ON of all klndri, in n si) Io supoilor to that of other establish mcnts lu Vermont. A Til EM A3 W. WlLDr.lt. GEUitUB W. WILDKIt. Montpclior Village, Aug. 1817 J3:3m, TO TAILORS. lUST Received SCOTT'S NEW-VOUK FASHIONS. J C H. GUAMUCRLAYNi:, Agent. Statu Street, 2 doors East of 11 ranch Uridge. September I, jok. o.jt LUMBER, LUMBER! r. P. JEWETT UO. ;om.I like to contmct for MSIBGK TI.M- I ' 11 Hie, I'i..l't , HO.IMIUS, .Vc. a iwrtlou to ne uelivereaiininu line or unuroau. Montpelier, Aug. 31, 1847. 31 WANTED, In Good Wooil Choppers, to cut CORD WOOD. " Apply Iuimediutely at Montpelier, Sept. , 1847. 33: 4 w . NEW STEAM BAKERY. cmi WOULD, inform their friends and Iho public ecnerall; that thev era now inanufjcturlajr IlAItl) and SOFT GHAIIAM and t YmiK 1 CRACKERS, Also, a sunerlor articlo of SODA BISCUIT, &c. by Steam Tower, and will sail tho tame a. cheap as the time, will ad mit. jV-Those wlshiueto buy will not forgot to inquire fur CllOSH SCO'S UllAUrvUllf av 1 I.A.NdllON'S rLACK near S. UUIl BANK'S STOltE. A tlliolco niliGlc of FAMILY I'LOUK constantly onhatid,andaachObp us cau (tn houfht tilsewhera. VIII. of Montpelier, AUz. il, 1017. N. U. 03-FAIItllASK'S SCItUWS for ralslne l.ulldinid TO LET, ut the Steam llaku-llousc. NO.S'JICin. t. cnoss ic co. 100 BAGS BUTTER SAL T, OH A uush. Uoci and UOarso western do. for sale by 8TOIII1S U LANODON. HI. July SC. 500 LBS. FEATHERS vl' 1'IM MP. flltAl.lTV fur sale bv y.' sToana langdon. luly 93th. ad COTTONS, ItlsEACIIED ANU ItltOWN. ?fs YAIIDS llrown and Uleached CO'ITONS of a.'l I rf piicos and ol ull gradi !es, aomo '2X2 yards wide, ex prisily lor making SHEETS. !S1 l.y unoap tor cas May 18. 1817. GEO. 1. KIKEll. IS SALT, SALT. lOARSGand FINE WESTERN SALT lust received ls-y 1IALDWIN II SCOTT. Aujuil 10. 30 SPRING WATER. O flMM HOTTLBS Fteih gsr.toja Sprlnc Water, t -,UUU Wholesalo or retail, ut COLLINS'. BKmtpeller, July ro, inir. -Jl CROCKERY, GLASS AND IIAltDWAUE, . , I.N any qusntity to suit purchasers, and th. prices shall bit undo to meet the minds of allwhuaro williot' to paj cost and freights and a littli nvre b .nay in, rot, io GEO. 1'. ItlKEll. 'I'l? A Of all all kinds, TODACCO aodS.MIfr call 1 bo had very ch.ap at . IIALUWIIM d DUUll'O. April '2, 1847. 15 SUBSCRIPTIONS R"CVl'll'T Ag"riCULT"III3T fc S0I1OOI, JOUItNAI ., AI.IIANV CUl.TIVATim, AMERICAN AOlllCULrUIUST, mass. rLOUUIIMAN. and HILL'S FAMILY VIBlTOIt.by J. W. HOWES. Aient. July 14, 23 At Ihe Fatm.ra' More. CROCKERY. STOrtlts&I.ANUOON are now openinr lar(e lot ai lllOII FLOWiNaM.UK TEA and DINING WAHE. JulyS 85 FRESH TEAS! IT li setting to be pretty wull Undcntood that the UF.ST Til A comet from and to tlioie who do not undantand it, w wuuld in y that anu 10 llioie wuo sunn uiinei.i.iiu ,i. nn ..uiuHpiw wo haveas good, ifoot hellar. OUNrOWDllU, V, IIVHO.N, lltrof.M UIU III..! IT THIR. a..,. t.a r.t.ln.l In ll.tl Unto, th. China Tea Company, and every body else to til. cuntiaty notwithstanding, und at the lowest juices. ' LXLItJ.WILUliUfcCO. Mimtfiller, June 25lh, I8IT.J SI -i 7-r II IliMSSSSSSSlWIl II I II I I- I I Boston Notices. NEW GOODS FOR FALL TRADE. E. M. PEYSER. NO. 181 WASHINGTON STIIKET. BOSTON, IS Jmtnponlnif, and Is constantly receiving with almost csety arrival, a cry extenslvo assortment of Zephyr nnd Tapestry Worsted, pljln and sh.ded, r.mbroldery rult.rns, Ihe rlcheat selection, Cenvas, in l.inen,,fotton, Silk, In alt aizas, Worsted Needles Knrtlln, and Nettln, I'm,, Perforated Taper all colors nnd size,. f utse Tuist, on sticks nnd spool,, plain and ahaded, rcirci . iiiiiiiiiua., wir iiugs biiu I uises, . Oold, Hllvor und Hterl Heads, belt guallty, Uuld and Silver Fringes, llralds, I. aces, Cords and Tassali, A Complete nssortment of RINGES, GIMPS, CORDS, TAS SALS AND BUTTONS, OU LADIES' mtlCSS TICIiMMINGS. Together with a henutlful snloction of PARIS FANCY GOODS. which he otters for sale on iho most reasonable terms. KTCOUNTRY M nilCH ANTS will find It to their odran tago lu call nnd examine the good before purchasing eDe where. rSturn opnu until tilnn o'clock P. M. S. For the Convenience of Country dnnlrri. t hnvn mn. 4red senarjto rooms for the Wholesale llraneh In thn .m Drilding. No. 181 WASHINGTON STREET. orrodlTB THE WASHINGTOM COFFEK-HOUSK, riiHU Copnrtncrshlu herctoforo cxlitlnt; hetween Hi - senhers. under the firm of H. W. 'I'll aVp.h ju- i in mh- CO. 1. uissoivou ny mutual convent. II. W, THAYLH. J. II. WKKKS, Huston, Aug. 21, 1617. THE Uu dors I sued hate this diy formed a Copnrtneiitnp Under tho Firm of JAMES II. WEEKS &. CO., and will contlruo Ihe business of the Lite &rmr at Importers and dculors In Foreign und Domcstiu Tiincy Goods, Cutlery, Slftllnniif tf. At nl rt OM IV.slal.m Q. D. r 13 R KINS rVEtf. Itoilon, FeplemUr 1, 1847. JAMES H. WEEKS & CO., NO. 208 WASHINGTON STREET, TAKEpIeaiure lr. announcing to their friends nnd ?utlom crs. that thev are InuiortinL'. an 1 nta mivr o'lcntni a t'ruuli sciecieu iiock oi ANCY GOODS, CUTLE RY, PJ5UFUWERY,. , SOAPS, BRUSHES, uotn ru ihiii, ann uu.Mijai iu. ami are nrenarthi o un it iy every arm-io m infir line ai ino lowest inarKCl trice. It will ho their constant endeururto keen tlteir asiortmont ut all tlmea to in plot', nnd to otToi their foods nl sucli prices as cannot fill to merit a continuinre of tho' su'ine li'iuial sbaro of pu'dic pitronaijo which Ihetx predocojsor havo en loved. ineir arrangements witu Manuucturors in tins country win eiiauiu iiicin in coinpeio in uija urancn oi ineir ouinies with any similar estuhluhmcnt in the trade, while tlclr fa cilities for importing linvo lie en preHlly incrc.iRed. We shill ho constantly aiding to our estuhlishnrent all tho new nml really de lira hlo articles uotn i oretB'n una LHmcsiictand tivaiurs in FANCY ARTICLES, CUTLERY-, &c will find our Storo a desirable pbco trom which to replenish tut 1 1 aasurimemB. Ihe 1 rude ore invited to cx&inino our stock and price. Huston, Kept. 1, 1847. 35 SPECIAL. NOTICE Tn VERMONT MERCHANTS JEWETT&PJlESCOTrS JUIKK ST It 10 U I , SILK & SHAWL STORE Slim ACKNOtVJ.lJUaUD DV.VOT for SHAWLS und . SILK (JUOD3 IN BOSTON, And as such, we have made arrangement to ECLIPrTi all Kival JJsiaikiisliiiients,- in our piouucuon oi our , fur Autumn tfales cl.lQ47. AI.KEADY KCOEIVKD ClAfi PACKAGES of ticli 1 PHA CMtTON'3 LONG 6UU DltCSSSILKt1, und AND SQUAIll SHAWLS; ALL landed from tho lickot Bhips vrtlilii TWO WHLKS ufthi, date. JFrjVll K..lt'H .VsTsDfrt-from 3-4 to 1 1.4 wldo, for IlllESSr.S, VISITKS, .MANTILLAS, .tc. Sic. SII.1 ll'Xs I'sYI, I'lirs of til my width and quality. IlOMUAZINns. AI.l'ACCAS. PAIIAMLTTA and Oil. M'.AN'S CI.OTlldin low nricod, mcdruninnd ritra quill- trcs Wo have nlso n full nssnrtmcr.t of VISITC8, J1A.TI 11. LAS. CAIU)I.VAL:l, SAUKBi, and Ol'EHA. CLOTHS, in tho utest l ans stles, und can luruHli materials of every description us well as tho rcadjr-niide article.' J. fit r.aiunuw opening their NI1W STOCK, of cholco CLOAK GOODS, which Is calculated to fcL'M'ASd ALL OTilUR'VAttlC- i IKS In the UostoaMnrkcL Bh FACT, PimnMASr.HR will fi,:. ,h.. . r cumi'iu SILK GOOUS and CLOAK MATERIALS, a, complete unj well adapted to the Ncw-Kuland '1'rade, ns LONU LXPU Hin.NUl: ond UNLIMI'l Hit HKSQUIIL'KS can make it, and tn our n;icii., fAf siroHKeifmuitet'uteHlB io jjrrrrJsfrsr. itlillc stioet SILK. .V SlUVTfj SlDi'e, JYexl to the " Old South" Church, anil a few steps from ll'ashingjon Street. uosion, cepi-icv. j-uawo-e. WiLF.. HOMER & CO. 3U Vniun strev't, Itoston Aro oiienina tliulr Fall lnincrtution uf CROCKRIiX, CHINA, GLASS AND stone; WAKE, 4ND OfliT for BuUH.h VERY UE3T ASSOKTMENT i or uuvJtj tntho aitove litui tuut ctn be fuuud In tl.o cit CDtnpiliin tfotcrnl' new tyle of Worvi not to be found any other Warelunwe. GLASS W-ARS. Amcrlean. BnsIlihiHnd Crooch manulhciure. Solar Lumna. Lard Lami-i. Cumphene L'unni Jnd Lfuiternt. Rich Bnlltthiii 'an .,A ' r .. K 1 i iniV. T.. t . . I. ' it Oil' uuu uio virwei j( a v m a iuji, US.W. IWKJiUulhi CUllTAKITAl'EK,' AllofwKlch nro oflVrcd on dc inuaifvoraM tcriM. SepteuibcrT.Hn. ;il : C. VV.. ale. S. Jl ,fl.' rllOItllUt, (riuccessora to HOMES, IHlMKIVSt CO Nos. ill Ai 2:I.'iti6n Slrdcr, Jtostou, f.l AVB raaeivodLy.tha late arrivals fiom Lliarpool, Dio- -a-'- men, uro navro, tiiuir rati vni.oriatioooi CUTLERY. A ND' HARD WARE GOODS. ttfrThrr havo ahio.reclvd from the manufacture! in thU country a runrai Borii.ieiH oi DOMES-TIC HARDWARE which mak th(iiitoclt vcri-xtemive and Complete, and wliich tnvy uiirr to tireir Itiendt und tno couotry irauo gen craiiy, on tno inam tavurnuitj tnrms tot uiu oi ure-ui lluitoft Aug. H4713:3m. FEATHERS. TE' A J. Ih Ii I'N 1 S , IVllATLV VACKat) Iff UAOr!, varyine liom 5 II. to SO X 1 llis. euch, soitablH to the eounlry uaue.viii X.IVi ffJIJ.VFv', Noiihorn und Uesteru. It VSSt.t, ;... u und-Dtck. .VFr.l.tll.... tuuldtl Kinds : WUULkSJlLH AND. RETAIL, BV JOHN IC. SIMPSON & CO Nou.l, Ann Mi'cct, coBNs'Jt Qr ANN sTiiKirr anu uook. euuAun, BOSTON, , Betifcis IM7--3U 3m U t, DRUGS & MEDICliNES Ukowii Sc. I.uiuson, WHOLESALE DIIUOGISTP, No. 1J. KNDIA STRKHT, BOSTON, rW'I'Eltto lhbirrrlcnds and TIIU COUNTIIV TRAUB yj GHNuUAl.Lsf a KIMCSIIIST.OCBJ OF DUUGS. MKUIt TNES, PAINTS, OILS. OVE 8TUIUW,'1V IK11U VV liLY.SS, . .tfl icB Atth. Low.sti Market Trices, Jor CASH br AlTitOVUD C'll. I-'. BROWW.. 3il3ult3nir.M A. Ul LAAIBON, Uaa!IlL iXfID UJUivDIQlMiaiiU)-. lluok-SaUm., . I'ulillitmri, aiu Stntlo-. NOiS, M nod ll, COKNIIU.Ih UOSTO'v. JOHN 1'. HILL,. JOSHUA A. BP.oDiirAH II. Sl II. keaivcnastanlly on numi lor salo fct i), ?,.. c.a, .larfoaa.ortr.eiil of LAW, THEO'l.OOtoIr ill!: ICAL, BOIIOOb....d MISOKLLANCoUd uuqkA Orders from tiauntry promptly nlte,0ae(i t ' lloston, April, 184(5. (jg (f EDWARD !&IVNY & CO; IMrOIlTUtS All DKALBBS INI fflHUuTMSfr' AN, MAHUPAOTUIl No, B0 aULIC Ccoantr of.Iuu,,,,, stueUT, Vh."-""."". n..t01, Ap.il, 1BI7. WHITING & KEH0E, (Successors to Carney if Sleeper,) li;Ai.i:its in iivciiy desckiption or CLOTHING, t .JlJ.".'i'.I!rlni" "'j'01 ln'1 qualities ausptei! to the NEWJJJNOI.ANn, SOOTIIlfltN ANU W UST HUN M A RK UTS, AT THEIR WHOLESALE ROOMS, GUAJVITK inill.DING. Nos. 40 X. 42 ANN 8TUBET, Directly npposlto tu Merehatn. Row.l BOSTON.' nAVUnuw on hand and oiler Tur aale at their oat.usira Ware-room,, tho LsAllMISST ANIJ MOST UWB1IM.KTK as.sohtij:nt of READY-MADE CLOTHING KrKVr.it nrrnucD in tiiw country. Our huslnnsthclni; confined oacluslvalr In the WHOLESALE TRADE. the greatest core It taken In th sy action ofsoch Goods nnd into the manufacLurmj of such HtUim ur.ur,..t , it.. ctitfntry trnda end at WB IMPORT out own goods , we have no neoiaunn in saying The utmo-at earn Ii taken In inanufictuilnir. and nureLn. crt may he insured that our stock will compare favorably trim iiiu uwHii buiiiCii, iimun .luiitiug. ucttieti mi tue city ana irom tlie country uno are buying will do well to look ul our stock before making their our chasei. J. j. WUITLXO, M. KEIIOnr JP. V. W. (iALLOUPU. (ttr AUSTIN O'MALUY. formerlv of itfuntDoller. t. may he tound ntW. & K3, and wilt hf happy tu see any of nn ineiiuf wuu mav l not liini Willi a call. Uoiton, Aug. IH17. 3IiI&e. HALE'S PUKE RUER MACHINE BELTING, rot' sulc Iy liUKi: t CUXLDS, OT Water Street, UOSTON. rfTlin. alovfe iui'ritir article frist HUpcrcpTnii tho u a of I LKATIIHU HHLTIN'O, at fur must porpOHp it is eve rv where belter. Its aood oujlltres are that no de?reo of moisture will ii fleet it t nnd it will he if almost any d t n of heat. It i of equ il width and thtcknon thotijli'jut , end requires only one luring H tlio longest hell. Practical Me; ch.itiicf, who have med this j)jrticular minufaciurr, ttiink thru h n gain of !." to i25 pur rent. In the inovenn nt of tho Mm. Ill no ry, as it perfectly flexible nnd rum with much lon Mrain upon th pulleys nnd dinnn. Also, lor ule, in ftlwvo 1MOSMC O'VitKit atH90S of Kubber -Marcrial. Uoiton, Teh. 1617. 03-6in. FIRE! FIRE! rilllH members of the Vermont Mutual ire Imuianca 1 Compiny, ate hereby notified that tho following nsst m mcnts hare hnen made by the Directors on all notes in for o nn the days folluwm, to wit'! Avgmx yj, ;bi, i-xvi or.epercsnr Feptem. 6, " 14 " Septnrt. 17, M- Oetobcrl5, 1 S " October '31, ' 1-d " rubru'yH, 1817, 1-2 lt TcbruV Ifi, 1-3 " " Tcbru'y 17, 1 per cent. March S, u 14 ofonc per cent. April IS, " 1-4 " " May SI, " M " Mukiug four end u half per cent for the year ending Au. 1, IftJ? t Bviitl tier rinta-'d tu bo caul on the original amount ef premium not, without reference to any cndorscihens for fnv mur assessment, rtnd to tepnKI ti the Treasurer ot his Of tico, in Montpelier, on or itcMra ine :;oui aay ui uuio-jbi 1847, Win,' the dayTjf the annual meeting ol aaid Company. AliiUnl pcrsonu lnturod in tho several lowne with the amount of asteMmrnts duo from enrh reipectlrely, illio lorwurdod early in Seplemtrar W tho Keprcseittatlt' s electto the Leyislature, by whom money c in ho sent. The meeting of tho Lesllaturo furnithei to all Interested a cheap and convenient way by which money can he trannmiUod i and it Is cxpeeted tint euch member of tho company, from whom uMes-ttnents are dun, wHimproo tho opportunity thus of fored. It is very Importunt that tho assessments ho patd, when duo -, nnd if momber of the company neglect tho oq porlunlty offered fcv the meeting of tho Lcgislifture, they must expect that measure will Lo taken, immediately after itt adjournment, to euforco the collection of ail assessmcnta reiniinirig unpaid. Tlirro have been allowed the past year one hundred and four losses, which, wilh tin? expense of tujtling und interest paid, amount to $:i0,710 40. Tho a'ssessmit fur this year, (4 12 per cent.) raises $39,919 43. n j. i. i uuuai u.n, i reasurer. lnsurarfe fltllco. ) MontDcIier. Aug. 11. 1B17 ftrI'fintera of c u h wiicfclvnett mner in this Stutn am rciTCfted t6'puhlLh tho nbovu notice three vfeeks success i v l iy, und forward their hills by the m e tribe ri of tho Legiia turo tot pamnt 39 J. RICHARDS, The Cclcbialcrt INDIAN KOOTOR, FORSIERLY Of WISCONSIN TK IVR1T0KT , Y70ULU resp-ctrully inlorm ihe citizen, or Montpelier s and nil tho adj'iinui" lons, that ho Ins taken room. the UNION HOUSE, nr MoTiTPELinn, licru he li ready, at all limsil, to nttend to thb coll of tho itk und oflliclpd. iiain!r hnd Iuii; cxperienco in the ue fit VEGETABLE MEDICINES, he hrlievei himself able to cure ull curable diseases that the huninti ayntem h lulijoct to Buch Rit (.oinutiiimvo L.oiap'aini-r, ptimi miociiuiii, All Vcat.ujYiu ut hoth ioxes, Amlima und Phtlimb,. I)9ppjii'mr Nenotti Bmptoniit I.Her Cumplulnl, liUy or miul)zcd limU Rheumatism, Tin Dolorcux, Dropiy, Caiicern, 111 itti and Yellow Jaundice, revr ?or63. All lindi of lluinois, Scald llcjd, (Iiavet, Ulcer ol'aH kinda, Dutjsos of kiduey ie. hlnddar, Catanh,-- Wormi, Utufntaa Fit, of all kindly Sere Ejo, 1'ile. of everv deacrii-tUin, Decline, ' Dahility.icc. OCrUf Itielinrdn has wllhhini tha celebrated INDIAN VAPOR BATH. Free and Indoppndont from any steam. AU that thy patient will inhale, is the inodication of Koou and Inrbf nuitablo to any disease which tho patient may he afllictrd with. ur. KiciiiiMi n wen Knonn in vinany, itoyt saratej prinf, and tho principal cilio in tho L'nltcd Sutci. IfF-Ihfi Indian Medicated Vapor Hath, cimtlovcd uithtl.a' VetMhlu Uecoetionp.h a pawcrtul auxiliary in the euro of the ahtvc mentioned diveavci. Tho cHVcts 'of the Vapur llath nro wonairluK JCy Tho Doctor wil usit patien'.i at ttfeir ree.deni.es, a iy uistnnro wiuiin tmriy mMas. uvsr SIT.I'rilA A.M1 JAUNDICi: IllTTKRS, prepared .hy Ur. J lliehards. Ir sale hv S. P. lUdficld. Mni.tiitlicr. 11 Collins, Noithriohl, nnd a' the Drs. Koo.-ns. , Montelier, Junel, 1017. ur WOOL. Al.DtVIN & SCOTT want jood alran Heect. WOOL on di-hts and in oxchunffo for Goods and Cash, Juno 30. 21 TO FARMERS, CON TRACTORS, &C. 1 fw indtntrioui, active men, to snnertntrrtd the e ur Ing of Wild Lund -ud the elect un of- Loj Hoaaef, Laen Uo turd CIO r wuuin no jtohuch iih u uauu 01 muu. cihjiuui luliorcrs under him. 'I he contractor inut liao tlip command oi irom $',uoj io 91,000, which with 7 percent interest, would bo secured by doiui una mongigo on mo iruji?ir iipn. .um rrmnr . -.Mwib tivo 'ttnes tbe-uinuujil ; l.fl can trttnter to' jrcurit) il ho haa tuirruw lhtiuony Tho lands aro about 48 h-MiM dutani lin New York. Thr contract wuu hi prou.iuiy occupy isto vj mooiis t nna nil! p-ty thn contractor a profit of from ijliOO to $b000or up wardn. Appl to " Asricuhure,M mm id'tloxlon At Co., 73 nnd6U nroirtntri-'et, .New-Voik, or to the OlBce of this pa per. (All lettois nsl piM 21 DA RMS FOR SALli. SCVKItAI. WKSTEKN FARMS, from 1WI to auu acre,, ullh a house, ham mid ten acres in urnl on o.ch, lor sjleiow. 'iVrm of po)inent easy or eastern iroierty l iken inexchanso. Apply (post paid) to (JORI)ON Si CO, .ui. ao Hroad mfov,, N. V, or at tho Ollico of this paper 2i l)UV Ai GKOUNI) WlllTK IUAO, Oil. AND TUni K.NTiI NK, Jtlslrecei,e,lhv HALIIU'IN 4s SCOTT Juno 10. 2i " TBA..TEA! SAYINGS OI? TUE VUOV1A:, ( ( ri A V tl you any uf that good Tea now?" " I get Ul IT- to Tea hero than any whero." I buy all my ten hero, hccuuie I set a bettor atlicle, and cheaper than- ut iny other tore." ttT'IVue, und Tea IS IIUV IIIU v ante article vou can g t in c i. f i v'rinrtv'ia like mnnnci, ut Juno lb47, 8T0KUS& LA.NUDO.Vf. 21 MOURNING GOODS. OltliS d LANOUON jiv special attention to tho sup ply ot evnry kind of Mourning Good. June ici CULTIVATORS, Double lUoiild lloui'tl IMowt., Justleceitedby UOWLH JuneH tl. DENTISTRY. DOOT. NllWTON, aurcical uud Mechanical Ilenilit Dtllce ovet Mr. fnulJin.'. Slnre. on .Malm at the head of Sfate.lrcct. ln oflor to introduce innieofiho recent im of Sfate.lrcct. In oror to introduce some of the recent f rovoinenU In tbu t'onittucllon of plat, toeth 1 proc, userl p.ntt or w',lu0 iets oi toolUupon told plate, pertg reiomlihii; tlir, na(UIa urjans In form and color, uml In. i of utility, f'jiftllinj all purposes of niatllcation as. - erw In.?' me nnio' -i .el.,u j'0 my piece oi - . reouiio half l . -kl,. Ill .'tibi, time and tin ''oen.o'nlh.:if,lh."",'olk.houu prove a ..UtaM, ' , the loeth omibe retorrid andt.e pion.y.ioiV ,,,),' ' Monlpelier.Juno iu, joii R. tt. rikjlii: DKAIT.K ANU 'I'AItOIt. 09Trespctlully iy lives notlcq that he ha, ictuined from (h tho Litest French nml v.n.i, r..i,. ir new & otk wrui ions lor CultiiuJ and Makln" (iaiments. Tailors and TBIIoreisea wlshinj Information In the ail of Uultlnj (aininu'.. can rocolvo Instruclluu on reasonable terms. jXTTaiior'a rJo,uarcs, Meaiuros, Itrlllcd V.yed Needles ot Suporlor Quality lr salo. All Uarmmta inado at his Hi. up at .nori noucu in ine most i.anionaoi. siyio, uarmentt Cut fufoLhor. to in uko up and w.iraMedlo Ut. IWily NOTICE. WlimCASi C.llnda, ray wife, htl left my Ui andlioarj 11 wHhout any Ju,t inovocatlon on my part.aud refuse. io iivo wuu me, mi. i. iu lorum an person. lauoorms or tiu.llnnho on my account, us ,1 .hall piy no debts of bet contractins after tuts date LI KL llorklNB. Tuutihd.,3cit 10, 1st' 3n jnt oil a 22