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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, DECEMBER 28, 1848.
A Sad ArrAin.-Wo leurn from the Stark Comity (Ohio) Democrat, that I'ctcr Lambolin, of that comity, on Monday nitiht, tlio Uli inst., i4 i.:.. Bliuv llio ""J , , , , .1, " 1,. Tho ffun waa loaned wun bii',i j"" " "u " entered tho boy's back, two hit him on tho back of his head, and ono or to in tho left arm. Ho is not expected to recover. Lambolm was in li quor, nmi had fought, with his oldest son, a young man of about 11) ycira of ago, who with tho rest of tho family ranfnto tho woods closo by. 1 ho fatlicr JtscliorpJd both barrels of a doubled bar relled shot at tho oldest missed him and hit tho vongcr boy. Tho monster Is hi jail. Dettfis on Me Lake. A week ago last Mon Jay a lako boat on tho passago from Moriah to VCsipnn muon wmi iron oru, mil suuuuuij mi--bIvaiI hw n Kmlnll. nml lilt, mnn on board, tlireo in number, wuro all drowned. Wo learn that nnr wnH 11 vnnnir man named Clark from Vcr- cenncs; as to tho other wo know nothing, nor linvD wn linn nl wlmthor thoir bodies have been (bund. Tho oro was washed by tho motion of tho water, into ono end of tlio lioltt, so mai iiio other end ol tho vessel came to llio top of thn valor shortly after tho accident uumngion Couritr. Filial Railroad Accident. A most melancholy fifnnlKiii i.rrnrri'rl mi llio Railroad near this vil- lago on Saturday evening last, which ono man was instantly killed. Two woro standing on tho foremost car of tho gravel train, winch was being slowly pushed, hy tho engine, from It.n mnr niul tlin nr.irTPL-SS ot tllO tram I0U12 un expectedly checked they woro precipitated upon tho track. Ono of them, Mr. Trios. V. Currior ot nntiold. N. II., had his body horribly mutilated by tho car passing over it, and was taken up dnml. tie was un estimable young man, aged some twenty years. Tho other iudmdual was Mr. II. W. Floyd of Maine. His limbs were badly bruised and mangled, but hopes aro en tertained of his recovery. Uradford Gazette. Trial for Murder. Tho trial of William Wright, Michael Malory, John Whalon, und Liawrenco nic uutrc camo on oeioro uto uoun tv Court in thin town last week. The respon dents, nil Irishmen, woro indicted for the murder of Matthow Leonard, also an Irishman, at Lud low, in Scntouiaur last. Tho parties were all workmen on tho rail road. Tho murder was a most atrocious one. Tho murdered mm was dragged from UU bed in tho night time and butchered before the eyes of his wife and chil dren. The trial occupied thrco days, the case having been committed to the jury, by the pre siding Judge, Hon. Daniel Kcllomr, on Saturday evoniiiir. The jury camo into Court on Monday morning, of this week, and stated that they were unahlo to agree on u verdict. After somo con venation between tho court and tho counsel, tho jury was discharged and tho prisoners remanded for another trial. The case was argued for the prosocuuon uy uaivm rroncli, ISsq,, and Sow Fulluin, Esq., State's Atlornov. and for tho r pondenUt by John F. Deaut-, llsq., and Julius converse, isq. If oodslocH. Mercury. Wo understand that tho State I'rison convicts have been let, under tho authority of an act nan. Bed at the last tcssion of tho Legislature, to Messrs. Lnnson, Gootlnow, & Co., of Sholburn Falls, Mass. Tho labor, wo learn, has been lot ior a term oi live yours, coniinoncmg next May, anu is to uo employed in tho manufacture of Bcytho snath? and cutlery. Wo cannot Inn hopo jui inu musk mvuniuiu uuiiu iruin mis arrange mont to tho parties concerned, and to our town and vicinity. Report speaks very favorably of mc cuaracicr, skill and enterprise ot tho compa ny, wno nave token tho lauor ; and wlulo a new uranch ot industry will bo brought into our vil lagc, a wider openins will be offered tosuchmo chanics as may wish to settlo ctiion!: us and nur sue tho various branches of mechanical skill now about to be abandoned by the Prison laborers. IHndsor Journal, New Hampshire. Bills have nassod tho dodu lar branch of ihe Legislature of this state for choosing Presidential electors and members ot Codcross by pluralities. Also a bill sunnross- iiig tho 6aIo of intoxicating drinks for sundry jjurpu-ius uy a vote 01 101 to IK, Tim Caledonia County Court closed its Do comoer term Saturday of last week. Messrs Oco. A. Duicham. or rv. ...,. mm .,,,r..i i. Peck, of Sutton, wcro admitted as members or tho liar. U. A. Utirbatik, bsn., was appoiute Clerk, in place of S. B. Mattocks, Esq., now cashier ot uaicuoma mnlt A Good Example. TUo Whigs of Ward Six have raised funds sufficient to give every poor family in tho Ward a good substantial dinner on lyiinstmas i;ay, without distinction ot party. Well done, Whigs of Ward Six. lioslon Alias. Serious Difficulty. A fight occurred at 11 o' clock this forenoon, an the corner of Walnut and Grand streets, between three Germans, two men nnd one woman, which resulted in the death of tho mon and in leaving tho woman in a dying condition. Jealousy is said to have been the cause. Tho husband of tho woman camo homo nnd found lira rival. A quarrel ensued, and the husband was stabbed to the heart, and thrown down stairs. The woman interfered and was stabbed in the left breast. The murderer then slabbed himself. jXewYork, Dec. 22. "Wo would call tlio attention of our reader to llio cir cul ir eoclod In tlili day mile of our paper, which li It lfm own certificate or charactoi, nnd tho Intrintio worth of iho preparation it go Pi to recommend. The dittiuguiihed mmei on thin ilieci, oro nutTicirnt aursncc of it j vluv and the medicine iUnll howi, that it i wnrthr f '-ho bcl cummeniUtioni betlowed upon it. N muuiclno could liavo better fiiendi. uol if ! Oherry Pectoral luitaiiu the high reputation it now enjoyi. we nitty cons r ululate the Public on tho pouciiiun of uu itctual remedy lor tho tcourgo and iuuut oi our ciimaiu uinhjioi oi me lUiiSt. RlKDOLrif. Dee. IStb. 1 R Iff. We the undertlgned, attending Phyaiciana In the caie of 1110 iui Diininei iJiuimore, jr. 01 oiinneid, VI. cordially azreo that hi death waa cauiod bv Ihe violence and Intrsr. talilo natrre of I111 diioaiA j that there waa oiuo permanent obstruction in hU buweli, over which medicltio had no con -troll and that wo did not think ut tho time, nor havo wo atnee though, that roiioi. either Intentional, or accidental, ku mi nit 11 a iu uu nun 111a cb, J. It. IT..MDCR, l'UULUV 1). M.ODCnTT. Tu 1) r. ClagoetTi N'orllifiqld. Jcj-Me.sr. A. Thnjrer & Sum, llooiao I'alll N. Y. lonjl to llr. C. C. Vaughn iu a teller, Iho lollonin teitimnny. lloo.ao I'alll, March 19, 1647. To Di Vaughn 1 foel It a duly I wwe In you to make thi tntnmnnt. t IlinblllV Bima ntl... ni...nn nOl.x.n.l n n 1 anil llnii reliel through the same eourre. In April last, I wat ultackeil with inflammatory rheumati.m, au that I waa perfoctly helilen. 1 npj.lio.1 io three ihyaiciani. and after rcmiiujiii; unuir moir rare ior ao.ui aix Moe&a, and all Ihe i"J" glowin; norii, they ileciJed lhal 1 waaalHictfd with dropiy on tlio ch.it, aad if lor tryinj every eiuerlmenl, and eihauktins every ineaui in thoir iovtir, they declared my in incurablo, nud stated that 1 cuuld live but a vary lew njfivniot. About the ainn I lino my friendt law your .i,iiuiiiiiio iniiure uuvfrriiaeu in llio newipa per. j Ihoynrocured mo a lu.ltln which lecmed to relieve mm, , Usui hvo num..,, .--a un . re.lor.d, and I enjoy eacollont hoaltfi. ' IV hat more evidence do you want thai thia cceat articli to .unertedo every llilnj in In way. Call u.on acenti li thll paper under Iho Oreat American Iternedy. Get a book. . l-l'iiiTM.i Cilcaa. Hurini thll ton. on of fcillvllv and ih"' nf ? " 1"on" 10 i",lule ihi f0li H'liS1 of . i t I '"i ui i.oi lorgei mai me pieaiurea ol the tahlo, wheno.Joyed beyond Ihe houodiof moderation, are ... i"" "wieaiin. I n i t' w" inuoveneniiy led into mcen r from , and fli'!!! A.,!,,,i"n polleje of ll.alil,, Tlin medicine will . t ,Mu, . which an. r,0in irrceu ar ly or diet and cle.c.o the body (join tho.. blllou. and corrufl humor, which aro tlio cauls of the above dl,irc.,oZ .yinptom., Slid ofevory malady incident to man. ' 1 ' ' or counieriella ol all klnili 1 ioni., eoai0d wih ......... ..uu,v.... ' cum,, is ,o purcntaeui llieroiulaiajonlionly.oueof whom may be found in over j viliace and town n the atato, ufST. ".ril" ftr.al.br H. K.COI.MNB, 8. P. RED F v U,,'!"d KA8TMAN & llANt'ORTII, Mnnlpeli,,. ft.w-HoglandOince.imiTromoiltat.Iloilon. M01115 IIO.MU T KSTIMONY. Mi R ih IV f 48 U"lon et"ex' "o'lon. April 16, 1648. ofdut. .V V." ' ""-o " srauiuuoia yu u oiuuiyto ttio pub ic, broomta mo lo inuka fhn Inllnuln. tatemen. which, It ofanv service lo ou. la enlirolv at vour rinpoiiil, r.'m . - " " sunn iu iiiuutv auinu uwier IUI- tam,u 'rial of vour Invaluable medicine, which I can r, .. 'i ? ""'ched mo from the gruvo to which J was wf le "! i ''" Jul 1 " "od hy a sudden cold It ma hive tho elTeet to induce no mo other auf- ,i. .i I . . .vvero coucu, wun violent pains in I,V.?iiM . S1"": l""n ,lm 1 oejsn lo waslo away, hotwllbilaudinf 1 was under Iho treatment ofskillul physi. i .1 7 I"""""" for mo in vain. 1 became .o much wuV.1... ii.i..d0 'AS! M ''' ' '""l of l,r. .1 i i. "C, )VM ;.l' "J f n nelihbor hoi. lifo had beon saved by u and imuiedlatolv io.it lor a bollle. ?in?7f l"?uc'"1 " Indeed wonderful. Mr physician one nf ihe most respectable Q lloitoo, who had privlouily told mo that a euro was hoo.i,.,, cam. In, and 1 InfcnneS hi.n what I had laken, wd tol !, ih. good elTaci. I bad eiperienced. II. eiamlned Iho ll.Uain niid told mo to con. t.nuo .ho uj. on., sine, which 1 b.UA,;,Xu, lo'inpf.,. dally, and the same phy.lcian who had (Ivei mo uneniir.ly, V"1 ,i.V,.f?w lh" 1 mif '" liv. .,ilo, .ears Meellhatlamnow recoverod, and lnln.ire,i1, tVo can cheerfully te.llfy to tho truth oVih'oIh'ov'.ui.. ruent. Mis IIowo having been an inmato of our famllr soma tnonllispail, WILLIAM DBNNIJT. , , , .. maktiia ini.NNirrr r.ooe genuine, unlc.i ilcned I. HUTTH on the wrapper. uWL'lt-i& Ji'i'V'g'''''."""'!'"1'". Vt..'nd b7 Jl. IuULAVIO.V, Ualaii, Vt.j alio, bv cjculs gensxall. Imtf nf nlimit Vi years oi nco. i. iV i I , V 1 'Qnl who, In comtMiuanco, lullei .i,.. . r-p. lownen oi ipinli, Indieo.lion other complaint!, the pa, of over-indulgence, wo uuiiiitiiru u iritii ni wriffiii'. r.i: . , ittarkcto. ItriKliton Cut tic iHnrltct- -Dec. ill. Itepoiteil lot thn Travoll.r. At Market S50 Ileef Caltlo,S50 Bloiei, 4SO0 Sheep, nd BOOSwine. .... ......,, 1 6 00 second S 85 a S 75 third 4 Working IMtn salos nl J ?' Cowi and Caru-8nlea it , 8M, 31 and I M. Stf-Sm.ll lole it 1 03 to 1 75, 1,31, 1,01 $a,M nnd 5,50. Siriiii One lot 3 3-4 end one 4 l-8o. At retells 1-3 to 5 cotiti. IVcw Yrlc Wool Market, lcc. 23. ri'u- tv.inl MnrkM Im. It ntin ntlmmiilr Iftnffllll llnco nur )alt the receipt! have barely toadied 50,000 Ibi. and Hi nalofl to manuiactureri root up at auoui inr .ania uiuuiuu. Tho commencement of tho Cliri.lmae holidaya alwaye hue .nflLftl nirnpt unmianlni. WA ihall thoretolO be Without any movement of coneequonce during llio next two wceki. iionieri am anuciptung an ninnnc, i-iouitniTii u i .no n maod which mmteil.l for Oalirornla, but wo think that fab rice muit advance conrtMerahly boforo manufacturer! can of lord to pay higher for tho raw matorlal. In nddltlon to thli, the low pftco of produco In Europe will necoaHatily tend to leaien tho demand 01 1110 rain growing ui.inci. ior manu facture!. Wo would add that prlcoi are tlld'at ourijuola- tlont. Faxony rlocco, Morlno, do 3-t to full blood, Common, do l'ullod, No. 1, do rullcdtuper, Lamb!, do Country Pulled, do do iuper, do do No. 'J, 35 a 38 30 a 35 2d a 31 94 a SO SI 11 94 an a 2i) 91 a 90 91 n 90 'ii a 30 13 a 15 7)ii Goods lltooTttr. Importation! of forolc.n woolcm Into Now York or the weak oadiug Dec. 91, $54,931. Wliolcsale Prices Current. Tiom tlio Uoiton Dally Advertirr. UoiTOff, I)oc S3. Ahts Pot, 6 1-4 n C 1-2 Pearl dilto. Hour Kenftfloa funcv ftO 00 a 0 75 common 5.(KJ, Grain Northoru corn CD a Gl l Rjo 00 a C8j Oil 33 a 39) WMIa Itonm SI I S3. ProzUlona -bocf now mois hid. $10 53 in 11 0, prima 8 50 a 8 75 1 jtork rxlra clear $13 00, clear 14.50 a . mo a , Hinti 10 50 a 11 : Urd 7 u 9 bu'lrr, Mlilpifn am! iturfl 13 a 15, jirlmo family 13 a MQ choe, new milk C 1-2 u7 1-3, four mon I 5 u G. Seii Northfirn clover 9 a 10, licrdi gran l.uiliol 3 59 a j 7A, roil lop ij a io. Wool Pilooi unchanged. iHarnaqcs. in ionit iinvoiniu, ii.. on i uexuay rvcninz, inn ivin I nit, by tlio llov. Samuel UoUno, Jackson A. Vail, Uq of thla vlfhco. to Mli Sirali II. Atislnr of llavorhUl. In Colioo, N. Y on tho Q'Jlh utt. by Iter. Mr. Stanton, Alt. Adim tu suutiiworiii to ssma Harriot a aiker, uotn oruolioei.t In WaMen,noe.Sl. by lovt Mr. Diw, Mr. Abel Gilo.Jr to Mini Marr Ann Whilo. both of W'ulden. In llardtvick, Doc. Hlh, by lev, J. Underwood, lr. (on. W. Marh of Sionehain, Man. to Mini Ulizabetli M. Uudoi woodofllardnlc.k. JUcat!) In rialnfiold, N. II. October QJJ. 1S16, air. Abel Stone, a CP J 83 years. Printers In N. II., N. Y.t and Ohio, aro rc- (UOAtfld, &c. InHnutli ltoiton,2'Jj Imlant, Mn. ll.nrlet IV., wife of Mr. WitlUtn A. Hanirior. nnddaushtor of Calvin Woliou. aired 18. At llroukfield, on the Ilttiinit,, Mrp Ljdla Ann, wife of noait fame, liiq. ogea yu. blie lived uto a uuriitian, ana bo mi Qfticep in joiui. In Pnachatn, Nov. 13th, Mr. Iicmuol Dma, njrd 79 year In Newport, 11. I.offovcr, ClJrk, mn of Mr. Joseph tipen cor ol Pcachain. Vt. acedSl voor and throe month". In Uojaltoii, Ie4th, Mm Mchitablo (JoulJ. aged 51 yenri. In Huntington, on tholllh lmtant, very suddenly, Mr. Oinneo Eddy, ogod 33. Atliia reiidonce in Culloton, nri tho lSld Irnl. of appo pleiy, Hon. John Mea,hmn,rgcd7J. MONTPELIER DAGUERREOTYPE GALLERY. .T Jtotrr .Wait Ili aiieh Itrldxc, State Street, fCTUHi; nrn taken byikylrglil In from thrco to eight ioci.ndi.tlnn necuriiiw a brilil animiitcd rxprcmlon of eounlcnirico, uiattulnnblo by a light rcnuirirt) longor sitting. iO1'"inturi'i will be taken ut thl iufMt-.n r-, tu piosrnt Winti-r fi iho low prleo of ONK DtJLLAU und u-j. ward, uccordini; to tho bU, numlir of vcsuna on 1'ljte, and riclini-iii of f ramc or c.io. Doing permanently located In Montnolicr, all s lilting fur coo a riciurc u ut un won to can n roovo. Perfect latiffdution given or no cliaro. vail and soe. uj A. FLINT. New England Gold Pen Manufacture. BARD & BROTHERS, No. 1 COURT AVi2NlJn,COR. WASHINGTON ST.) BOSTON llamjfitcttivcrM or the Diamond lointetl tiolit fVll TIIH highest Promlum nvrr awarded Hold Pcni was given to n UU & IIKO niLltH at the Ijbi Fair oflhe Muna chuiotti Clmrl'iblo Mochamo Avsoclitiun. at Hoston.ulso the highest premium at llio Franklin InHttluta Philadelphia. The attention ot tlio tradu of Vermoi.t i nviiotfully.Bolici- lf WOOD & WITT Ilrivo removed the Location of iheir CLOTHING DEPOT TO the Ptoro formerly occupied by HarauM Abbott, two doors oaitof their former shop, and newly fitted up in good und cotiveuictit order for their bualncM : und liato THIS DAY recti ved a tirgo addition to their Stofk on hand of READY-MADE CLOTHING, conaiiiirig of almost every uiticle of Men and Iloy'i wejrinj apparel, 010 u new 101 01 FANCY &. PLAIN DOESKINS, VRSTINGS, Tailor's Trimmings, c. J-c, which tlioy aro telling at unusually low pricct, whore overy urticlo li marked In Ptiin 1'icuren and the Quo Price Htfltom rtrictly attended to, which wo think, cannot fall to iult tho candid pirt of community. JtrlJuyt'ri aio rcoueiti'd to call and examine our ttoclc. which will lc ht.own readily, nnd wo will not b3 oflunded if they go away without purchnaing. All kind ol Garment made to order und warranted to tit. Cutlin; dona for others to mako and all garment warr lutou lo in 11 nsiiiiy inane up, WOOD U WITT. Montpeller, Dec. 13, IB J3. t2. 1 (Win Kega Biorled CutNalI.it lUUU 100 ton 11 Hound and Square Iron j do Band do. do I lame nnd Scroll do. do llorm bhio do. do Tire do. do ltuiia old Sable do. do Sweden 1 Inch to 3 do. G Tout Sanderson' Can Fleel i nnorted German do . Anoried Bug. and Spiing do.j do V,i)g and U Inter do. do Toe Cofltlns do. do Iloria Null Kodi. do llooy Iron. Crobara. Cutter and tSIelRli Plioet, Btool Hprlngi, Anvili, Viiei, Rollout, Losnnd Traco Chaina, Wrought Nai f, lln. ',.ll. I.- M. f... t, . U IlltlllllVI' ' filontpelio'r, Uoc. 20, 1843. 03 UAILItOAD SHOVELS. ( Vuz, Amoi' boit Cait Steel: 6 do. t'uiter'a do. VJ 3d rorsalaot H. UUKIIANK'S. For llio Cure of OOUOHS, OOLDS, noAnanuE33, unowoniTis WHOOPIIXG-OOUCH, GROUP ASTniVlA and OON3UIVTPTION II CM, VEtl Ihli remedy li at hand, nndi.eaio of the ii rlu".V throat need ho feared, for it fivei imraediato renel, and irpojieveied in olTocl. n permanont cure. Tb. $,u, IjrwMtli It ,i prepared has been laid before the Medical C.lle;c, nnj a larce part oflho medical profeiiion of thll country, and they have ujrcod n accordlnc It unllin- " !'""" " moiiiaiiiur preparation, and the moil eer ..... iiumi iui oiseas.a or tna l.unji and Throat 1)11. IIAKTLUTT OP niiNr'nuri lima u.vi ir con.tnntly In his eatimlv. pracllco, and particulaily recommend! it in caiea of IIOOI'INCi COUflll, he havini found it more cerraln lo com that troubleiomo diiease than an wilier nipuicinn. uu.iiur.jv3TEn, op windiiam o, ,conn. send, us Iho following testimony l ur. J u Ayeri Dear Bir. I enclose rou a cartlteaia trom Mrs. Calharino 11 Cady, a hi'hly reipectehle ladyof ..... ". " uviii auy, ucjiuiy onerill, ivinanam Lounty. Loun. I ho cure in her caie waa prompt, and hta WeitKlllini.ly, Ot. Beut. Sd. 1813. nils may certify that I was alllicted with a very ier.ro "D ""i w, ,o,, o, wiiiii iiire.ieaeu io lermt nateiQ Gen.uiiipllnn. Iliad tried many medicine! in rain. vuiuu iuu use oi nyer'a meiry t eclorol. ,,,,, , CATIIAItlNB K.OADV, Pold In Montpeller hy Itr.IinilLl) k GIIANNIH. 03 IVillaril U'iirlitS lnn... i . ir,, i'""n'i(Al a I'robato Court holden at ...,,, uuiiici, ... ) me riobale Ullico In Oheli.a. wl hin and for aald di.triet, on tha B7lh day of November I t.li8,cnl "' ,,on- 'vl u- Vllai, Judsn: ' A n INarilUMDNT puriwrtlni to bo the lait Will anil Hl.i.i,, ,i " " ' rd Wight, late cl Tonbrldjo, In laid yi.io.'uM","1' .'''"S Pr"Hd I" tho Court here by yi.i. ivi Tr .Mv'"5 i"mo io mo uouri neio d ii i. !i i l!' tl'.eiecutor Ihereln named, for I'robal. In h. ?JSiR i Coa'x " ''""0" eonceroed there . ?f ,i 1 .,, e"lon of said Cout, to br hold fifin 'S m .I:!i,:.,."n.0.",1 iY"bi...Q and Hl...Joain.l ..... . -.--v., UUOU ;ii,.t ?;;ie,aiioori a. may be. A.pyTl.Nca!U8 W' VLAUK' 3 Atle.t, (j. w, CLARKH. Dec. no. Badger, Keith &Barkor 1-1 AVIS Just received a Bplendid lut or 11 Ready-mado CLOTHING, mad. up to order. 0Y!.'C."!!."l,!,,l1"' d'0"' r'oelt anl Buck. lllch I'l.ld Vesis,-l'nt-0eralli. CCrChe.p enouli fur Cash, 3.. ir.i ' . Itaodolph, on Iho tecond Tuei. Will if Vo, Wl Jl. I""' "t"1"'1 "'" "f "IJ nfli,'. M,,X'i'f"," " ii furlher ordered, lhataenpy k icu litres woeaa aue Prices of Boots Reduced ! Man'a licit thick Ilootl, 41,01 1-9 Hj,i .. len' " Kip " 05 1.75 8. IIUUDANK, 01 Decembir 90, 1818. COTTON GOODS. Nr.WBtjrleOAI.t;or.8 , , . Klrjant Hi; I,ANl:.S new patlcrni Juit reeoued. KTl ne imauoil nronn amen. IJAUaUtt, KEITH & DARKER. December 90. 01 NEW BOOKS FOR NEW YEAR. faffiiyt W" I"iva eocelretj u lot or Now llooit, &L& ' among wlitch are the fultowliix ! Annuals for 1819 : (Ifltm o! ncniityj Iioadoti orAIcmori Ttio Peitl l Younjj I(ly Home i You tiff Ladr, Own Hook ) do Mnnl do. J Cliriatinm Uoieii il, Illnitnomi Youm La1y4 Ofrpflni) Tito flatlondj Tho AmrtMntlil I'lura'i OITWlnft; (lift of Fflendifiljil Itoio of Sharon, itet fct, AM Hluitrntcd with bunutlful (jnErnvInsi. Tho U'orkt of llvron. .Mnore. Scott. Sfcaknoare. nurnf. mi Hon. vouni. uitmnttei . nemntiR. iiowiti. v m. iona- follow, 8xoutueyt Cowpoi iplomJIiily bound and llbutrat ed 1 nnd mnny isciiuttuti i'lcscnts ior uiiiiaicii, UIIILKH ol nil kinds, nnd SCHOOL UOUKd In abund ance limy be bough t Choap lor Uatli at 1 U. l WALTON & SOWS1 llookitoro. NOTICE. rpim Third Annual Mcttlns of tlio BiMnRtnn County A Affitculturnl Hoclclv, will ho hold at the Court llouve on Tuoiday tho Sd day of January. 1c 1819. jTrrremiumi on r icia uron win do awarded. Addroniui may bo expected. A full attendance li dciired. J. W.. HOWES, Secretary. December 19. Mj?IOHA: COVNTV SOCIUTV ron tub rnotioTioN or AGRICULTUIIC. MANUrUCTUUES AND MECHANIC A UTS. 111! member i of the Socioty a to Iiorehv notifipd that their annual mooting for thn choice of olliceri for the year onm hit. vri i m in i en ni urn uouri iiouio lit 11 vu park on the tint Wednesday (3d day) ol Junuaiy, 1649, at 1) O'CIOCK a. fli. 1 ho premiums on field cropx oro tn no awarded on llio ismaday. C.H1.03 8, NO YES, Soctctaty. iiytioparK, ucc, linn, JS13, ui DKC. 11, 1848. THE CLOSING BENEFIT. 5000 WORTH OF NEW GOODS, Sy Storrs A nation to help olT svuuu oi old onus, just vuii'ii hi Store nnd laiiIiiir sit tliu Dopol. 1(5000 jdi llrnwn Cotlon, good yd wldo at 4 l-9c. lOOO jdiColton Flannel, at 8 to 10. 1O0O jj, Ticking, utB to 11. '2000 li! lUtting and Wirklng. 1 00 yd, 9 50 to 3 03 Droad Clolhi, nt 1 SO. 12 OO di87 1-9cCailmeroi.atCat-9. 3000 yd 1'rlnU, audi n. havo .old at 19 to IS, at 1 1-9 io uo. !JOOO yda Drcn Goodi, equally low. lOO Itnflali) Skin!, chonp enough. IOOOO I!,, Brown Sufar, Mb rory good at 5. tiOOO hi Cruihcd Sugar, be.t quality, 8 1.4, 2000 lbi Saleratun, nt G 1-4. 2000 Ibl V. II. Tea, nmo a, .old at SO to C3 for 49. IOO lli! of Coder, 7 to 8. ISOOO of Ihat Dew Drop Tolncco, at 12 1-9. 500O lb Cood Cod 1'iih. at 3 00 lo 3 SO. tiOO Org! Cround Hock Salt. 1000 Iluthcl. Coar.o Hall by the tin-hot or load. Porgon! finni ahroal wlil find that tho nlaco to load ud wuii llio noccaianca oi i.iiu i. ni 0(1 HTORKS & I.ANflDON'S. LOOK II K II E ! WortU of Cootln to 1 Hold by tlio 15tH of JOHN B. LANGDON roui.ii nay to tlio Pulilin that ho tin now on hand Hlock of (i ,.)nn out mm Dry Coodi. Crorbrrv. lliitilMrurn. N'.lTi. i.- j, ,n. gethor with cury other article comonly kept In n Country titoro. TIipiu cooda nro mostlv new. und have bpen bought Ot LOW PriCOS ami Im mid. n t nm Molmmln In ciono np uio retire ciock now on nana by tha jSt.i of eb ruarv next, j hcsa ooua win 00 foiu ai lurn nrior rannot fail to anit ; many of them alone half tho Coit. i o thoso wuiilng to purcnaio, 1 will iuv tlmt by giving me a ran, ju enn tue iroiu ju 10 iu per cent., rn l nm deter mined to fell of low if not lower than anv concern In town. 1 nhnll do ni 1 ndvortiio, and will satisfy any one of the fact wno win give ma a caw. aionipeiier, Dec. l i, '43. u j. u. UAnuuun. BEMOTTAL AND NEW CASH STORE. Ii. V,,yn.i.riiV ,'.1,L 'inJf 'l" ..io'ffiS'.W lY.. .r".. Iheir aiiocijtcd with Ihcin Mr. C'MA'S W. BADGI B, and their builnoi horcaftei will bo conducted under tho tjle und firm or Uadser. Keith & uarlcer. Wo havo nurcliatrd the Entire Sloth of Dry (loodi. Gro ceries, t. rockery, iua nnd uariiware oi JUS, W. IJUVVliS, and tiken tho WI1LL KNOWN STAND recently occupied uy lilin, 07-THB OLD SOUTH COllNER.0 Wheie thev will keen on hind at all tiraei. a vera larifi at ortment ot Dry Goods, pAillcularly. Clioico Grocfriea, Crockery, Glaai, Hardware, Palnti, Oil anu nyn woouu. Wo Imro ndoptrd tho LOWEST TIUCC CASH Syitem oi uohi" uuiiaeap. Larfto Sales ami Small Profits, And ahall mako the most IIONIIST and earnott cxi rilon to mcoivo a vcrv ljru luro of tho Casli pitrcliasln L'liuiic t'liirniiiiKV CU.V'S W. H.VOUISU, FRANCIS C. XCIUTII K. & It. take thin opportunity to return their aincero thanks for tho crv liberal kindneaa oitcnded in them ainco ttif ir commenct tnoni. tinn inaii nopn mice nu niPir r ricnaa OM) and JsKW) ut iho lvv KntnblUlunciit. MONTPELIER, Dec. 13, '48. BADGER. KEITH & BARKER WllA ruth uir the OLD STOCIC, urclmied of Mr. IlOWi:. at Icki than ono hairthu Orlutiial Cot aa iney wun io replace inem unmeuiaioiy wun now. i;aii ana ioi uj wuetuer you iiurcnaso or now Dfc. 13, 1644. 00 Charlesloivn Female Scminarv rillllB Institution la alluated within one mile of Jloiton, atTording tho rupiN many ol the Literary and Hcientltii privilege of tho city. Tho liberal patronuga which it ha coixiaiiuy enjoyeu lorine lait id ye.iri, lias enablod th Truitee ciaduullv to accumulate tacilitiei for furniihin? liberal and llioroush courae of atudy, including the hijhe; Lngliih r-tudiet, together with the Latin, French, Italian Gentian, and llebruw Languugei. rarliculuiacau bo obtain ed from u printed IMun of iho Institution, uf E. P. Walton Kkj, ilouipelior, or of tho ubicrititr, Tho Winter term coiiimoncea on Tueiday, Iuc.5ht and continuea 4 montha. l'upila can onter ono month later lor thiee ruouthi, If tboy w i'WV f uv (I.U SSHIIHJ LI V'UI IIWUQtB nI.IIBQ. Apply by letter or niherwiae tn the aub.crlber No. 1. neniinary riace, Charleitovtn 09 A. J. I)HLLOWti,for the Trmteei. Bakersfleld Academical Institute riIli; Winter Term commoncis on Wednesday. Nor. QVlli ' Uoard Sii'o per uoeli, losliidinjroom, wood and ra.h ini. J. P. FPAUI.DINO, A. M CI1AHIXSC IIIHH11K A. M. J Trlnclnali. U 1) 8I1ATTUCK, A. 11. 5 rrof.S. 31. HASdU'I'T, Teacher of Sluilc. Sirrll OAKM, Seerctary. Dakerslield, Nov. 10, 1816. 06 PUBLIC HOUSE TO LET ' MiL. tspacioui t'ublic Unuie, known na the 1 (imsiiiin: IKMISK. hrXM., II, Is olTcrod tu M, asthe lease of Its present occupant soon ospirei. It Is well known as a Fir.t Ulan iioiei,suui.teu in me midst or bu.inesi,and otleri leal ln ducaiuonli lo any one deilrin? such a situation, harlnz al nays aflorded to its occupant! a profitable bu.inosi. It will oe leaseu, logeuier wun llio ruinlture, on leasunable terms, iniiiT ui jtmtr or uiuerwise io euner or in. undersigned. JOHN ELLIOT. A11IJAII WIl.ur.ItjForth.l'ro. U. B. tYlUl.KNl.ll, HlolOH. Keene, December 4, 1M8. U03wis PRETTY CHILDREN. 1VTOTHKKS, would ynu have your children poaaeeaa J-'A iweet, pure end healthy tikin free from Hruntiont, end duici-uib nuutoaf g iiiiiu (ueaicarea attupt ti is maritauie ijei. ittai over mother wim nai uied iiadw Soap A oni the birth of her Infant, not a alnjle one at there caildrenhavo beon troubled with the lean diifigurnraent, or culiclar eruptloni ttadwaj'i Chiueae Medicated Uoap muicu u uicaaii'g iv iviicdi. auuinet, nnsia sua punnei the akin, and removea from ita surface Tan, rJuuburn, l'im. I imuiuiibi a curea oai( itiiRuui, uincworm, itaan, i ter, Chapped t(!aih and Bore Lin. X Cnpialu on tho Ohio ltlver, cured of Sore Cant Calhoun Ot tha H. II. !in.lrAlln. runni.itT hnlvt.i Clnciunatt end Tittabrugh, had weak, core and inflamed n a cuo oi Haaway eoap ( lie aiau com plained ol Chapped Flesh. I told lilm to make a thick Uther of the Hoop, und rub it well in tho akin. In three anyi no wiu me nu eyes were lie tier than they had been i all yean and that liia handa were eullrely cured. Uaya WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD I'or it cures Hall Ilheum,UlnsWurm, lta.h, kc Uadway'a Moan Is sohl by (I. W. tjCOTT, Jlonlpeller. KAUWAV k Co,, r 0:1m S51 1'earl Hireei, New York. Furniture ! ! Furniture ! ! ! A LAUGH a.soriment onw on hand I all thoao wilhinf to uurchaae will di well to ImproTs tbo preaeot opportunity, JJ5 Per Cent, lets than at anv Furniture Ware Houa in the Count. sui ui cm ain I'leaao call anil examine our bo fas, Titbles. Hureant Chairs, WusU-SUiitlM, jLIUt-btauiU, Vnli hi alts, Writ I UK UtrnUu, Ottouianst UoiUtcod ALSO A larcer a. . ortment of Loohiug Ulai$ti, tlnu can be louuifiii Ihli vicinity. i uoor f.uit urancn urtoe, Dial, mrect. KLLIO, WILDER k Co. MoulpoUtr, Dec. T, 1813. ' 09 NOTICE EXTRA ! rpilE Suhncrlber hnvlntr oM hlo entire tmck of Coodi to X Monri. MAIIOEH, KEITH & HAHKEK, fequctll all who have unxettled demand, to call Immediately, OCT 1'nyruont li expectod Immediately, ('pedal contracti excrptod.) At prenent the Ruhffribor will conttnus tbo AGMCULTUUAL & HARDWARE luilnei at the old Stand, where will toon be found a com plete atiorlmoat. Dee. II, 1813. 00 J. W. HOWES. For tho Winter of 1848 and 9. RCCEI VllI) till! December, IMS, a ilock ofoodi wlileli nolo (elected c iiiro.ilj for tho Winter Trade. Thejr were bought and will bo .old on the 'Siiiull rrollt System." All In want of nnv kind nf Porolfn or Uoraeitle Drr Goodi, are Intlled to call at the lioad of Slain Street, Mont penr. VI. nt 1 1 1 D Silk Handkerchief!!. ANOTHER lot of 900 of Ibnje ilily.lwo cent lldk'fi tlili day receifed and will bo told while tbe; lait at 95 cl. each ot the corner atom, by Dec. 4, 1843. 9'J BTOlttta k I.ANODON. CoKou Cloths nnd Prints. STOIinS k I.ANODON have tbl. day reef lied their tat Hock ol Print! and othor Cotlon nnd Woolen Cood., which will bo old lower than over durlnj the loiualndjr of till, month for ca.h. Dec. 5, 1 B 18. READY MADE CLOTHING. lTOIlE Clothing ofnllklndi recelred tlili week, Do;. xi. fjiotlilnff nl.u In largo n,uantlllea, ny 00 II. t. LOOM 13. II, S LOOMIS, HAS eood and cheap SUIl M18, TEAH, COFI'KE, BVl Ci:rl, nnd other W. I. (loo.ll. 00 CLOTHS! CLOTHS ! ! IJIIOAII CLOTHS, oil colon, Enjliih llaer, Rerman K' l'laln and Twtllod, Amnrican Cloth., ulliu'ihtie!, Mid dleiei nn I other tllnck nnd 1'iinry Oa.inicref, with an end' Icii vurict) of Veitin i heud of Slate Hlielt by 00 II. f. 1.00.MI3. A KEW TAILOMNG ESTIULISH WENT. nf. LOOMIS, harlng engaged the lerfleea or NuB. II. Ward an old practical Tailor, who has had n long experionco In cutting fn Ho4ion It piop.iretl tu unawer or dera for cutting and iimkin' all kinds of gaimentf In bb giod Biyia as ran iih maiio in ino city. utiiioinfrs win una a prune asor.mcni in umuti, iuvh n Ittue, Itt ick. llrnwn Olive and fjreon llromiclothft, Mi Fancy arid lllick Doeakin, Cusslnierra, HuttinotU, nnd a tarlctv nf Veiiimr. mch na la seldom fuund. Tailor's Trimming ofeveri dofcriptlnn. All (iarnient made at siiori nonce in uoou .ciyies, ami di low prices. Ciitllnj; for oilier to makr done nt any time. Shall con tlnuo l.t krepulirgu lot nf UcadyOlado Clothing. icruoys ijioining on nana anu inauo vt urun, w II X, LOO.M1H, lleudurlate-strcet, aionipetlor, Vt. Nov. 7. SHEEP'S PELTS WANTIIII In iixchnnjn foi Plain nnd Twilled Flanml Heavy Cnaiincrci and Plain Cloths l hy tho snluc t tho stihcii' hers. A. W. IVILI) L.U it SO.NH Nnvcmhcr 12, 18 IS. 9G Montpelier FUR STORE.; llUFrALO OVHI1COAT8 A larso aMorlmeat just ro cctvid hy tV.T Ill'ItNIIAM. October, 1648. iMS BUFFALO ROBES. 310 IlUI'l'AI.U RllllEd lhlid.iyroccWod,aiidl!lhe aohl at nriccs that will nledso. Nov. SI. I8ld. !I7 II. KING. FOll THE HEAD &NECK. VST icci-ivcj innro ofthose 811k NKCK T1IW, of all llio v tlllroronl colours, at reuucuil pricos. S. DURUAN1C. OctohcrSOih, 1813. FUR STORIi. rrtlllfr dar rocoUnl at tho Cnsh Store, A CO inch MUl'l armm $a to$l2. 40 Dover Jenuotl Mun"i. SO .Valural Squirrel Mufll. 18 Crnv Poisum MulTi. 13 Prairie Wolf do. n m..u nnr do. 100 illuck Coney ono jduu-i, ct ! ISO do do do SI lo SI, 75. Youths MuiriS3to87 1-2 c. SS flat iouiiiI Filch Vlctoriue. to match Mufll. AUn lluflulo Hoho, lo llalfi. numo ntlnlitv. OfAII of llio oho vo Furs were bought with calh, and i rill bo retailed at wholcsalo prices, at tho Pur Store opposite the Itiick church. IIARVUY KIN 13. October 24, H. 01 FUR STORE. Xsrtrpe Zdditioiii ZtectiveA. - f SHALL continun tu letnil nt wholrstale prices Idely Dec. 12'4 K-lo '" Jannarv '43 - rail Montpelier FUR STORE. A LA Hon and Pnlrndid nssoitment uf Fin of everv dn 1 acilotion, may bo found at IlUUMlAM'd. My MulTs cuniut or bLone .Iartiii, Darkutid Lijfht Pitch, do on i.nx. do do Uussit do Russia Squi'rtl, Sable. Afilcnn I.ynz, Prench und Un?. Coney. I have victurines and Unas to match the above Mufls. fXy-MUPFB und VICTORIM'.S manufitturcd luordrr. Thoso wishing to puicbaso will lind It fur their Interest to do to where me article is inanuiuctiircu. Tho above ut wholesale and retail. Nov,7lh. 05 FUR CAPS. IfM. T. nUUNIIAM has just rorciv.d tt hrge addition to lis assortment m t una, uu lkuai, newsiyie, PUR. HHAL. NCTItA.c.. &c; all kinds of consmanu facturcd to ordor. itemotnuor the placo to buy cheap is wuere tho nrticltt la mdnufactured, Ueo. 7, Mi, GASH PAID Fat' all kimls of SHIPPING FURS WM.T. DUUNIIAM. V V-sr ''-Miiit' "4T trV4- at tho Montpeller Fur Store, by Dec 7, 1843. SHAWLS. i LAROH assortment of Heavy Winter Shaw Is beautiful pallcins. Alio. Cm hnicro Ebawli At low prices. (3. W.i?COTT. FEATHERS. PUISin assortm.nt at KING'S. 0 Dec. 19, 'ii. Great Sales of Woolens. Till .Tnintnrv ti). T7"ING win soli Urnadcloths.Ueaver Cloths, Doe Bklns and vesting (immense assortment,) tt coat ior vaan. Coll soon. Dec.19.M8. 0 IIAUVEV KINO. MORE OF THOSE T E AUTIKUI, stylei De I.nlne, rewived this week with oilier iireis uoous and Arimininis iuiiidicii, 00 by 11.8. LOOM13. CARPETINGS, A nsuiri'AltJA'l' larie. 1 shall couunuo to retail at tv holcsale nilres till Januarjr, at the CarpttHlote, ee. 12, Me. ' 0 IIAHVEV KINO. CLOTHS AND (JASSIMEUES. AFC'V morn pieces of those tiry chuap Uroadclotbs and Cuaslmeres are received, and will be sold during the remainder uf thla month ImtHi than ever. Hoinember that this month closes up the concern. Now Is tha time to got great bargains Tor cash, at Deo. 5, 1046. D9 STOUR8 U LANQDON. NAILS I NAILS 1 ! 2000 'f"t" f,'mo "" 00 h""1 n'l fo "I. ' redu Montn.ll"', K!e.lil, 0 bj 8. HURUANK. 5000 va"i' OUTTEll BHOB 8TEEL, 4000 pound. GERMAN STEEL. 7000 poundl OAST STEEL. MOW) pound. TOE CORK. tSUOO IIOIIECK llt'.IIIIAN BTEI2L. I'lalad Welch phufi, Hweed, Old dable nnd Enf. Iron, An villi, Vicei, llellowi and ll.uimerl ou hand and fur lata at low pricei, at o. uuuuAniVD. Uoc. 12, IBIS. 0 nKCKIUISIMt, 1848. Old Zack is Elected ! Hut this Is nut all G2Q OIi5rQ3- HAS Just relumed from tn difleunt ManuUcturtei, Aua tloos and Imporlinf Houses Io Itoston aue New Vurk, 20.000 DOLLARS WORTH f winter Oouda. Whole will be sold at Just tan per cent commission, art! this cuds tho climui of our National Glory. N. U. Pur particulars, lead filty Advertisements In uur SHEETINGS. riMIEprlcos will be kent A titora, oppuslte JJrick ( Dec. 13, 'U. down at preseot. at the Chtan i; ii u icii 0 II, KINO, IRON. IRON. inn Toni ferulron all Sim so hand and for sale vary XUO lowiiv H, IIUUDANK. U.C. , JOiO. Nr.W AND HirOIlTANT Railroad nnd Stage Arrangement HF.TWEEN ITIonIrcnl, Itoston una Ncw-Yorlf . J. V7io hundred and seventy mucs by Ilailroad I Vormont Central Railroad ! ON and nRor Oocembur 1Mb, the FasiengerTrairi of tho Vermont Central Itallioud. will tun as follows. In eon nettlon with the Korthorn,Concordt Nashua, and Lowell iimirnnu i I'IKbT TRAfN Leaves North fluid lor Iloton U Now York at Ba.m, Intfracctlng the Nashua and Wor cester Train for Now-Vork via Alyn'i Point, reaching New York atfia. m the noil day. In season for tlio Trains for tho Houth ana Went. Leaves Iloston at 713 a. m. and reaches Nnrthdald at 5 p. m. SECOND TRAIN Leave Northtleld at 3 p. in, and reach es 11 o ton at 9 14 n. m. the next morning. Leaves UoatOD at 3 m. aud reaches North field ot Oi). m. rAt3SlJ.N(3i;na from MONTREAL by the Atlantic Stoamcrs, and all naosenirora fur Worcester or Hnrinn Hold, Mass. Hrirtland, or Now Mavcn, Conn, st.d New York, will find this the quickost routo. Passengers for I10HTON will pans over SOU miles tty rail road, and will go through fiom Montreal In 31 hours, Hurling ton, Vt. In 18, Mnntpcher In 1 1 and Nnrthlield in ten hours. Paiseng- rs hy thn lit at train for NCW YUltK, via Aljn's Point, will pass 370 miles by Hallrond, and will go through from .Montreal In 43 hours, Ilurllngton In 20, Montpeller In 23 nnd NurthGeM In 31 tunning huurs, with ample tlrao fur rest. KLTUKNINCJ. passongers may leave NLW YOITK, at 5 p. m. for Alyn's Point, or hy any of the other Lines that reach Moiton before the departure of tho Cars at 7 1-3 the next morning, which di rive at Northfinld at 5. p.m., where stages will be In readiness to convey them to Montpeller, Hufllnj-ton,fit. Alh.ins, .Montreal, Phttsburgh, Malone, and other points In Northern Vormont and Now York. ft-Afier Junujry 1, 13-19, nasKongors may go from Nnrth field In New Yoik by nuliojj, vli Worcester, Hartford and New Haven. JAM L3 MOOItL1, dupetKtendont. Northfletd, Dec.Slh, Id IB. Hi AUbH win run in connection with the Vermont Central Cars frrim tho follow in ir Htationx I White llhvr Villagc-for Wood- I stock. Sharon for BlralTord. South Itoyallon for Tunhrldge, CheUoa, Wushlnglon, Of- unao aim miu. Iloyalton fr l'at llclliol, L'l Randolph, Last IlrooktlolJ, Witlinmtown nd Ilnrro. ntli,,! r..r ltnil-ml. Itnindon and MUldtcburv. Moutpellcr for Hurlnigtou, Kei-svilla, ridllsbura, 3l Albans Nn.I Mm.ifr.ilt Ut PI.1fnfi.1M. Marhliold. CalHit. an I Danville t for CuUW, Woodbury, Iluidwick, Crtensbfru'. Ulover, luuon, irasourgn, oven try, Derby, at 'in toad nnd bhcrhrooko lor Wur rr.cirr. VAmnt. Crjf uhurv. Morriitowii. UvtO' pirk Johnson, Wulcrvillr) nn'l ItukonficM j and fur all pJits of Central, Noithern and Western Vermont. Woterbun foratovvn anl Marriitillo 00 CUESlIIliE RAILROAD. TIME ALTERED. On aud attr Vlomtatj, Miec. 18, lb-18, 1AaSUNUl.lt 1 RAIN will run aatollowat I.savo Keenoottl, A. M . and,4U P. Jl. Arrlvo nt lluntun at 10, A. M., nnd C, 55 P M. Lo.ivo Itoston at 7, A. M. and 9, -15 1. M. Arrlvo at Ktono II, A. M.,ind 6,45, P. M. Thcso Train connect at Oroton with the Nashua and Worcester and Stony 11 rook Ilalltoads by which, in connec tion with oilier rallroiuh, passengers may proceed, without delay at Grotoitt to Nuhua, Miinchestei, Concord, Lowell and Lawrence and thenco hy th Huston and Maine Uulliodd to tho eastern patt of ew llotnpshlio and Iho State ul Maine. Also to Worcester, Providence, Bprlnfiald, New. Vnrlf nn.l Mia cl. Stage will run in connection with the Ttalm:. as follows : Prom Witicbeiidun, fur liindyo and JnJTrey. on llio arrival n( the morning Tmini up, on MunJj)s, Wednesdays and I'ri days, and loiurnlnj on oppollo tla)s. 1 rum 1 IIZWIIIIUIU, ior iiiriimuii't, iv inciiuBiur, ..ii.bhi.iu and llrattlcbnro', on Tuedavs, Thursday und Saturday, on arrival of tho morning Trains up, and returning (rum ttioso places on llio opposite days, to connect with last 1 ruin down being tho shortest Ilailroad und Stage routo from llus ton to thoso p lu cos, AU, from Kt-ene foi Chesterfield and itraiiieuoro', on sumo unys.on nrrivui ui uiiumiuuu kuiu from Itoston up, anlvini; ut llrittlchoro' samo evening; and . I.. . .' ...(. ,n C,,.t Train ,lnan. nmlMII. gem wilfarnvo ol Uoston nt fl A. AI. AtKeenc. rilngos w ill connect w ith oil ll.o Trains toond from Walpolo. Hellows Pulls, Chester. Cavendish, Ludlow, to ltuttand and Ilurllngton j Dtew.vllle, Alsteud, Charlcs tun, f !trin;field, Uuuthenficld, Clarrmont, Newport, Windsor, Wood lock and MunlpeUui to HUTIinglon. Till. imp. U ronnexlon with the Pitchbnrs Uullroad, and ihAHunn.innn,! Iron. Keono. forms a direct linu of com mtin;i.n..n hfifton Roston nnd Northern Vermont ed Nor L"?'" iT.'Tn1 ..'luifn ind Wester.. Vcr .. .. I . I ....avsar ail and MOST DI I H'..l.... Vr... SECT ncw llumpshiin nnd UolOTt and alio, in .nnnn.l.in .at. I, tlin ! 1'r.TtTl Wl ncllfl llllnll fltld 1 itCIlbUrL' to Vo;cestur,.iid the v orcester and i rouenco uanrouu, the most direct linn between thoso sections of Vermont and .Sow Uampshlru and Worcester County aud the Hlnte of Rhodo Island j and In connection with atagea Irom Littleton Mass., to Lowell, a direct communication between the samo portions of New llamp'thire and Vermont and Lowell. Freight Trains will run dully to und from Uoilon, In connection with the regular Pitchbuig Trains. For further iniormotion, inquiro ot ingciow express ui ficu, No. 4&, Urattle-street. or No. 11, Ulm-strect. T. AI. UDWAUDi!, President. L,, iiLtiujLiiigincei. Keene, Doc. 14, 1818. Otf JNOUT1JERN RAILROAD AND FrmiKiiii nnd itristol Itstllroud. On nnd nflcr I- rnuj-. Deccmlicr 15,1818, rnillfi PAaaHiVOliU TUainh. m connection with X ibo Curs un thn Lowell, uBhuu, and Concnrd Railroads will run us follows, viz: Lcavo Uoton for Itristol and Lebanon, N. II., NotthfieM ard Wells River, Vt. at 7 1-2 A. .M. Leave Uoiton lor Lebanon und lliistol N II. and Noitb6old. Vt. oi 12 M. Leave Concordat 10,40 A. M. end 3 P. M, on the arrival of tho cars Irom Hut tou. Leave Wost Lebanon for Concord, Low oil and Uoaton at II A. -M.. and 5 l-ii P. M.or on the arrival uf the cais from tho West und North. Passengers by tho 11 A. I. Train from West Lebanon, can arrlvo ut the city of New York tho same night via tho Nashua and Worcester, aud Norwich Railroads uudlhu con uecliiig neumgoat linos. Passengers taking the 7 I S A.M. train from Boston, reach Rutland, Middlel.ury, Montpolior, tit. Johimbury, Lyndon Vt., Dath nnd Littleton, M, II. samo day. being ono day sooner I ban any other route j and til ant tend and tiherbrook , second day This road connects with tho Vermont Central and Con nccticut und 1'assumpsic Railroads at tho mouth ol While Itlvor and is tho direct routo to Cent ml und Northern New Hampshire, und Nur'hernuud Western Vermoi.t., and has a greater proportion ofrailioud conveyance in thoso directions than uuy oilier route. .Numerous slagcs connect with all parts of tho roads and on the arrival uf the first train at Hiiiiot, Stages lcavo lor New Hampton, Plymouth, Thornton, tlumney, Wanen and towns lu those routes. Lmve Lebanon for Meriden, aud Ctaremont j and West Lebanon for Windsor and lor llano ver, on the arrival of uio second truio. titages leuto Wells River, uu the arrival of tho cars, about lour P. AI. for lldth, Littl.ton Lancaster, &c. N. II., Lyn. dun. Ilardwick, Ciuitsbury, Vt., Stanstead und riheibrook, Canada. tituges leave While IMver Vtllege for Woodstock, de leave Royuilon for ChoUei, 4c c leavo Bethel fur Middlebu ry.tkc. Iuu Northlield tor IM out poller, llardwick, Stan stead, Uurlington, Montreal, and other towns lo those direc tions. All passenger baggago mutt be properly marked, and when valued at mure than 00, notice must be given aud extra charges paid, ur nu sum ueyund that amount will be allowed. Meicbaudizo trains run dally, Sundays excepted. O.NtiLOW STaCAUNtf, Agent. Concord, N II. Dec. 14, ltf-13. 01 ORANGE CO. RANK. WOTICU is hereby given to the stockholders 111 tho Or ange County Hank, that tho Annual Meeting lor the choico uf Directors lur the year ensuing, will bo held at the house of II. P. Dickinson, lnChelioa, uu the Sd Tuesday of Januury next, at oue o'clock, I. M. U. C. RKDINGTON, Cashier. Chelsea, Dec. 11,1818. 01 AGENCY. 15AI)GI;K, JCKITII sV I5AKKi:it UAVi; established an Agency forthoshlcol UATTING. 100 liALLd prime quality received this day, aud offer ed to tho tiadu at Wholesale lioslon prices, KJ-.Merchants send us your orders. Do. ID, lti48. 01 cil' ATI! OP VKItMONT, J At a Piobate Court holden iu Washington District, ss, Muntpeller, within and for said District, on the Itlth day ol December A D 1818: Present, the lion, llemau Carpenter, Judge AN Instrument purporting to bo tbo last will and Testa ment of Seth Bliaw, late of Herlln, 1 ri said District, de ceased, beingpreaeuted lo tho Court bore by John Wluslow, thn Liecutor therein named, Tor Probate j It la ordered by said Court that all persons concernod therein be notified to appear at a session of said Court to be holden at the Probata O ill co tn said Muntpe lier, on the 10th day of January, 184!), aud show cause, If any they may havn, aginsl tho Probate of said Willi for which purpose, it is furlhoi ordered, Ihat a copy of the record uf this older be published three weeks successively In the Veru.ont Watchman and t?tato Journal, printed at Montpelier, previous la the said time appointedor hearing. A true copy of record, 01 Attest, F. F. M Lit RILL, Rfglitef. It OK or It tlbburiPfl lihtUte. TIIC subscribers, having beeu appointed by tU Honorable Probata Court, for Ihe District of Washington, commis sioners to receive, ex ami no aud adjust all claims and de manda of all poisous against the estate uf Itoger lluuharJ, late uf Montpelier, in said district, deceased, represented In solvent, and the trm ot six months from Ihe i2d day of No vember, 1848 allowed by said Court to iba creditors of said deceased, tu exhibit and prove their respective claims before us Do give notice that we will attend to the duties of our ppointmi'ut at ,lho dwelling house of Levi Uoulwell, In Montpelier, In said District, ou the 1st Tuesday of Junuiry, and the 4lh Tuesday of May next, at ten o'clock forenoon on each of aald days, DANIEL I1ALDWIN, ) R. R. KlUTil, fCoroinlsiloneri, WILLIAM HOWLS, Montpellor, Dec. 4, 148. 00 FOR 19 DAYS T7INQ will .ell an. foods al a commission and most kinds a- at LUItii Call aooa .1 the Cash Bioro, Dec. 12, '49. u II. KING. RUDDERS, OVERSHOES. LAII1UH, a.nllem.a and Misses Melalioltubbar-anew arilcl.. S. 11UKUANK. Ilool Depot, Bapt, 28lh. b'J UUItlilNO'l'OIV STONE HM1!. IMiin Uushelson hand and for sal. at rrduced prices. UUU B. tlUlltlANK. Mooliwll.r, October 17tb, 1818. a Now Crockery & Housekeeping Goods. AT itoallr r.duc.d prices dutlo, lh. Um.lnd.i of thla month, lor c.ih .1 vac , icio. vj STOltRB k LANCUON. To the Young Men of tho U. slates. AN APPEAL. Wnti.fi you Ann youno nr.N rnr.PAnB your. Hrr.vrn friir PirTrnii' HAtn,V.Ja Nr.f8 1 AND liflSPCCTAniLITY. ' For a small amount of money saved front, tome profitless vtin(4itnrA nnra mnn I It. vmt mm. In n fnw w at.. i .... In posK0ilon of a woik from which )ou may iUiItm fnterest ana prom ior me nme, wuicn win serve ior n aiuiT through vour me. anu wnicn tou mar nana aown io me nexi innti. tlon as a treasure worthy the age in which you lived nnd wnrthv iheir careful at ml v. Tho suhscribet will publish about tha middle of October the firlit number of a rUfULAK. LLLQANT and ILLUs iliAi i'i' ttin J or UNIVERSAL HISTORY, FROM TUB Creation of the World, nr THE LATB UON. ALEXANDER FRASER TYTLER, Senator of the Coltege of Justice, and Lord Com' - ji . r.. i l mijsiancr of ine justiciary m ccouana, ana former Professor of Civil Jlhtory, and Greek and Roman Antiquities in the Universitu of Edinburgh. The work will be published In monihlr numbers, at 23 els oni-ii, anu win uo compiotvu in ten or eleven mon wis win inane two nnnusoine vniumos oi niiom liuu liases. The studv of lllstorv is Iho mont (tntcrtalnln? nmT ttspfitl nl ell studies, therefore tho selection of en author Is oflhe first Importance. The lllstorv hv TYTLLIl has beenthrouzh moto than Ono Ilundicd 1-dltlons In l.ngland, Is used In the universities ni mm country ana inn, anu lanes ine nrsi rank among literary works. Do particulat therefore lo en quire ior xyuer'a universal History. Remember that KNOVVLKDOU Iri POV Lit and ifrnn have mora knuwlndirn than vour ncmhhni. vnu have a nower INiblishod ly J WIMiV. Jr 33 STATK KTKP.LT, UOdTON, and sold hy Cheap I'uMI uiuinn uenirrs inrousuout ino uniica ctaios DCrL- P. WALTON & SONS. Agents for Montpeller. Vt, yicenis wanted to ooiam suuscnuers. wno wuiuonaia very llborul commission. irj-LiXainine tho lirst numoer yicopom Do uot Leave Boston, WIIKN ynu neat visit It, without taHinff at No. 30 Ptati Htreet. and examlnins Iho immense stock of Cheai Readlnjr. If )ou do nut buy, It Is worth whilo tu see what I nrovldrd fur the nublie. Hnd if tou do want to buv. It Is thi only pl ice In Now Kngland vhoro )ou wll find so large an assortment ni ao low pi ices. T. WILEY, JIt.'S BOOKSTORE, 20 Slate street. Do particular ahout the nomhrr. ...t!0... IKr mnt.r.8, PttAYnR-iiooKa, pr.UMONs, cook. MOOKH, I'llltUNOI.UIllCAI. I100K8. Pll YKIOLOI1ICAI IIOOKrS, TA1.I1S, Htl.MANCKS.IIIOnr.Al'llinS.TRAV. KI.9, NO VKL.8, hOXGS, Al AUAZINT.H, NEWSPAPERS till;. ucioocr 'jipojaim. KID & MOROCCO STOCK. rniin Subscriber continues to Manufacture K1U and MO 1 ItOCCO LBATUCIt. In all its vurinus Unnches. and the experience di ooing n praciicni worxmtn caauies mm i imva m ffomi Bti cms in ins lino oi uuirieta i s anv uin manufacturer in New 1'ngtand. As I do not employ any hut first rnto workmen ol temperate imuitt, ami win sen as ion for cash or aintrovcd credit, as nnv other establishment. Counliv Merchants will please call und see if they cuonot du ns w'cll na clieuhec. Thoso who send their orders will be deilt with the nunc us If present. IT not it will be the! privilege to return the stock at my expense. V GKORtin TACKHR, 10 Ulackstono Street Doston, Nor. 4lh, !SI3. 05:3m The (Jrcatcst Mcdicluc of the Age. BTANTO.N'S EXTERNAL KUSIEUY, HUNT'S LINIMENT TT AS hns rpcRlvrd the aliuve til Io Horn thousands w liavo t ccn benefitted by its ue. Its operation Is won deiful. IS ever lulliti; to givo imn.ruiaio reiiei.anu perm neni v cur ni the duoasoa tor wh en it is recommended. For tho )at tear I have nli'cd beforo the public tcstimo ny of undoubted character from many persons wf 11 known iiirniii! omit ino conn v oi wnmc irsier. wnrro ino zrea rei ulatlon uf this incdtcine was fist estubllthcd. During tho partt year, I have received fiom alt parts of tho country a I mass of ctldfnce of tho great alue of this cclfbraled reme dy sumcicnt to nu volumes, oi wi.icn i navo soiccicu mow certificate)'. For tho following diseases Hunt's Liniment is a certain, tafe nnd speedy curat , Spinal Affections. Hheumatism, 2iraltjsis and al jVirrous ftjfeclions, outt nneumt rouf urmucs, Ague in the Breast and Pace, Wrote Joints, Colds, Tooihathe, Sort Throat and Qxixncy, Ulcerated Sores. Burns, Frosted Fat, Indolent Ulcers, Fresh Hounds, Bunyans, Corns, Swel inr;s and Bruises, Scrofulous Affections. Pains in the Jeck A'ervous Headache, Tie Dotoreur, Sprains, .Mosaitito Biles, aud all Cutaneous and Nervous Diseases. As a strcngthcucr of the nervous system it exceeds all the plastors and medicines In the wor'd. It is only necessary to try it to be convinced that it will do all the proprietor pro- losses, its reputation is constantly increasing, anu in every Instance where it has been used, it is always kept es a nec essary family medicine. Hoid tho evidence from abroad. A F13LON ClJItD. And a severe burn with hot tallow healed without aseir, by the use of this groat remedy. Soamtakes, Ulster Co. New York, July S3, 1816. Mr George E. Ptonton i Sir I tokn p! camera in slating toynu that your Lluimrnt has proved very beneficial in our neighborhood. It has cured evetM.I es of severe Rheu mat ism, and has been found a great relief for pain in th limbs, hruisc, sores and tooth cche. In my family I rind It vesy efficacious. 1 had a felon coming on my finger which was very painful, and by bathing It frequently during VI hours It was entirely cured. 1 burned my hand with hot tallow, aud Immediately applying colon dipped In jour Liniment, the pain ceased and it did not blister Mrs H. also scalded liar hand severely, which was cured In a few hours, by keeping cotlon on stepped in the Liniment. I think It the best medicino ever usud In tha family, and 1 soil gro a quantities of it. Yours letpttcifully, Mtuu BRAUBE. Rheumatic Gout, Cntlrely cured by the application of this wonderful Medi cine. New York. Mav 18. 1S46. 0. V. Htanton i Fir I havo been attacked sevrrul times within a few years with a severe p-iin attended with great Inflammation in my loot and great toe, and had been laid up from fuiir to six weeks at each time, not being able to bear any neignt on my loot, un too 'Join ui April, I loll new York for Danburv. Ct. when I a;eia was attacked with this complaint t for tinea successive date and nights I could not close my eyes lur pain. At me suggestion oi somo p-rou in tho hnuso (sent to Dr. Stevens for ti hotllo uf your Hunt's Liniment. I applied it with a flannel cloth, and in filteen minutes I was entirely roJicved and free fiom pain und had a good niiht's rest. 1 was enabled to attend to my busiuess the next day, and I have not been troubled since, alth ough the nature of my business is such as to keep me un my fuel all day. 1 consider It a most valuable medicine, aud would not bo without it. Yours,, fitc, SHERWOOD OSBORNE, 'Jd Orchard it. Chronic IChcimiutism. Of twelve yoats standin? completely cured hy tho use of Hunt's Liniment. Passaic. Beteen Co. N. J., cpt. 19. Geo. E. Stanton. Eant Mir I am a IMackimith by Hade. and have beon affected by tho Chronic Rheumatism during the winter season for twelve years, so that I was unable to attend to n.y bum ess. In Dncou.bor last I was induced to try your external remedy, Hunt's Liniment, by tho perusal uf yuur pamphlet. I applied it thoroughly to my arm and aiiouiaer ou eunuay evening anu on aionajy t set ho norsi shoes and felt no pain I followed up the uso of the Link mcnt for five davs. nieht and niornlnz. continuing mv wore daily, and from Ihat time to this, I have not experienced the slightest pain, it is the most wouuerlui appiicittion I nave eter known. Mv case Is woll known throughout the countrr and jour Liniment has become an Inhabitant olevery house. ISAAU A. IIOlTER. Remember this Liniment Is sold ut the extraordinary low price oi cents a oottie. wno wouiu nesitaie, wnon cer tain relief Is to bo h id for so small a sum ? Sold by every respectable Druggist and Merchant through' out tho counliy. GEORGE E. STANTON, Proprietor. Rir.s Sin. Veitchuater Co. N. Y. For sale also by S. K. Collins, lied fie Id it Grannls, and Silas iiuruank, wh lesaie agents. uu;im OLO'lHING EMPUIUUM, OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT, No. 27 Cortland street) IVJDW-YOltK. tnTn A Vfir.llS nn.l etilini deilrlne to rcnlentih their O wardrobe, may he Immediately accommodated in tht Torv doii ijiei anu at me LOWEST CASH PRICES Willi a clioico iclectlon of FALL AND WINTER GARMENTS Of lh. nawest pattarns. of sujoiior nitle and finish, and of tba ball materials , equal in every reipecuo me BEST CUSTOM WORK. ffv!n mlnrlA.1 th Rah Dflncltile. upon which ear tiki Cfllculalioni nmyo msde, iod which he hu iuuued u- ceanruiivior ujmarm ot ten jonn. in uirem wi't" ruinou lyitem of credit, which Iuijhi the necenlty of itcttnf unnecfiiriiy nign irica iium rim iiutww he couuuuoi to pro id o ana ua now oa onu oao oi THE LARGEST, MOST FASHIONABLE, ANU CIIOICi: Ba.ortmeiit. of READY-MADE CLOTHING in America, From which .nllenian m.y dopend upon .ultln g themselv.i atlslactorlly, aa icjards qushl), stjlo and piles. III. Iar( OVEIIUOATS and CLOAKS ofth. rnoit approved ityl.i, DRESS, ritOCK and oilier COATrt. 1'A.Vf ALOO.NS of everyuosiraoto naiiern. ann ino ricii oaaunuicu. ... S AT1.S, UASSlMUIt, and other siyie. ol ivtnier vena "FANCY DEPARTMENT Cmbtnce all tho new and elegant pattrrni. aad lateil and nioX deiliahle itylea of Foncyt bilk hiii! Hfttln Crnrnta Biitiicntlcra (j I uvea ami iioaicry nitiria iioauiua nuu (!illuriiwtLnrill lift IT a &Cs tSiOm Iu addilluj to tho abovo tarloty of Iteadv Mud ft Article, ha hai for tale ny the piuce or yuru, at iow jincei ai can be found in cither of the AlUiitic clllei, a beautiful uiiort mojt uf the bait quality ot CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS. daeatlem.n can have their orders tilled at a fow hour, notice, and .ant to any part of the United States and hy i.ndinx their ineaiurei, can obtain clothing on oi good tarn, aa though thay war. liieaenltu ..led th.uiselve.. Addrei. eftCm J. C. BOOTH, B.pl. Blh, 1818. 97 Cortland .tr..t, NawjYotl. JCr For th. liberal sliaro of palronag. which has h.en e tended lo him fur ao many years past, he returns unleiined ackiiowledfmenis, and h. promises llisl no eflorts shall b. spared on hu part In future lo continue lo serv. his custom I. oa i. favoiablo term, a. any otb.i houio in th Had,. FALL & WINTER CAMPAIGN COMMENCE!) IN ItEALITV t OAK-HALL ROTUNDA OPENED t CLOTHINGS- CHEAPER THAN EVER I Oil HAT ItUSH OF CUSTOM RllS I LARGI3 SALES AND SMALL. PROFITS, Till". MOTTO. fcTYoil can tinrchaia MEN'S ANU KOVS' CLOTHING AND A I.I. KINDS OF FURNISHING GOODS TOU AHOUT HALF I'RICK! AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ATTIII9 i;i.l.l.lUlA I 1,11 CliOTIHNS KSTAItf.lSHMENT, OAK HALL, Itoston, visited 1v Upwnrils of 200,000 STRANGERS, From all phrts ol tho UNITED STATES AND EUROPE! KECOLLEC'r : OAK GRAND 32, 1, HALL, ENTRANCE. 3C, 38, BOSTON. 0 ANN STREET LADIES ! Your LITTLE CIIILIIREN can bo fitted outwltli tbelr Autumn & Winter Clothing, Willi but littla troulilo anil cipenie, by a visit to) 0AK1ILL ROTUNDA! Adapted esiioclallv for tlio salo ofovrv vartft. of BOYS' AND L1TTLU CHILDREN'S CLOTHING ! Utile VlrVt Oter .S'nr.-a mailt lo order. KrTbo eil.nt of tills JlAONiriCENT C3TADLISII ment canonlv be known bv a visit to Oak Hall Rotunda ! TIIU ONLY CLOTHING HOUSE IN THE U. STATES THAT REQUIRES TWO KXPItESSES FOR THE DELIVERY OF GOODS. JCt-TIio atovo culs rcprcicnt tlioin with drivers In RICH LIVERY. GEO. W. SIMMONS, 97:3m l'ROI'RILTOn. BAGLEY'S GOLD PENS I! A. CI. TtArlT.V.V cn.. CONTINUE to Manufacture: Iheir rrcniium Oold Tens nJ ren holdcrs. Cold and Silver P.n and Tencll casos, he, kc. Ilealfrs supplird nl lh. lowot trade prices. WarchoiHK, Old Flam!,) lS'J llroaunny, llow-iora. N. II. XV. II. WAIOUT is no longer agent for A. (3. D. & Co. fj MRS. E KIDDER'S DYSENTERY CORDIAL, AN IMMEDIATE AND riillFL'UT CURE FOR Cholera .llorbm, JUutetitertf, MHarrhaa, Summer Complaint i of Children, Sea Siehaeti, deaerat Debil ity, Xr,, c. WHERE thli all-powerful antidote Ii at hand, Cholera, Dysentery, and Chronic Diarrhtra, nro no looser to be eriouil (cared. or looked upon with terror, at thli Cordial will most assuredly euro the diieino In the course of a very fow bourr, if taken at the commencement. It has been before the public lut more than sixteen years, and waa the first article inudo known to the public oa an im mediate and perfect remedy for these complaints. It hat thoroughly tented in every country and evert climate, and its cflWrt has every where proved the same, HURETO CURL, oven Uer4 ihe disease had advanced to the last stage. The public may rest assurnd that It contain! neither opium, or mineral lubstnnces, or any thing that is la tho lent injurious to the constitution. Cholera aad Common cholera Uorbat This Cordral tmiiwdmlely checks th Vomiting, relieves the Taint, stops Diarrha-a, sod restores the bowels to a per fectly regular and healthy state, howevtr severo tho attack may be. or however low tho patleut may have become, it invariably restores. 1'Iie ieeerrit Caies of Dywentery Are Immediately counteracted, tho pains are allayed, th bowels healed, and not .infrequently, tho bowels become perfectly regulated and restored in the short space uf tea or twelve hours. Chronic Diarrhtra, Either In children or adults, of montha ur yeart contlnuanre, aro most readily curfd with thU cordial, notwithstanding thoy may bo reduced to a mero skeleton, it immediately strengthens and shortly restore them to perfect health, Cholent Mnfantum, It has saved the lives or many thousands of children when reduced to death's door hy this compldlnt It fives them Immediate ielief,and they very soon recover. Sea Sieh$tew, It Is a mrst plensant and desi ruble remedy for Sea sickness. It checks the toiniting and readily restores the patient It Invariably checks vomiting produced from any causo what over. Children that are I'cething, If inclined to Diarrhoea, should always be provided with thla medicino, as It will keep tbe bowels regulated, and kep off Canker, It Is wholcsomo, sufo and pleasant to tbe taste J and children are fond of It, and will take It without trcubU or dislike. JFor General Debility or Dytpentia, It Is a mnstexcellent restorative, givins a healthy tone to both the stomach end bowels, aud prevents tbo food from pressing or distressing thn ttomach. CI WVMO.V, Beware of those Impositions which are daily palmed onoti the puMic, bearing the name of my article, which Is Cholo ra Morbus, Dysentery und Diarrhea Cordial, which naino impostors havo borrowed! they have copied my advertise ments and prefatory addresses. Doubtless they have dona this for the purpose of palming otT their useless and worth less articles, at the expense and reputation of this original and most popular medicine that ever came before the public. O-Ile sure that you oblain Mrs- E. KtDDDIl'S Cholera Morbus, Dysentery and Diarrhoea Cordial, and you will get the only truo and original article, which has ever been held In tho hi she st estimation by the public throughout tbe whole, country It Is put up In bottlos hold tne nearly a quart. Intended for family use, and sold at Ono Dollar per bottle. Sold by PUCS. i:. KlDDKlt, V0. lOO Court Street, Do$tmn, Who is the Inyntor and sole proprietor Druggists and Apothecaries supplied aa formerly, to Urge or small quant, ties. AGENTS. S. I Red field and S. K. Collin, Montpelier. N, UUke, Corinth J. M. Uichaidson, Waltsficld F.&U. Key ei . Newbuiy i aud by dealers lu medicine generally. lioslon. IMS. 9.6mitt SHEEP MARKING. SOll' RCD CHALK, fotShcp Marking, constsnlly for sale, in largo or small quantities, with an assortment o UHVGS AMI ii:i)icim:s, kr JONATHAN I'. HAl.l.t CO.,UtuftliH, Mo. la Union Street, 83lf ltOStOll. DOCT. C. JU. RUBLEE, HAVINd .pent lhn past jroar in the llotpilals of rati, and London, has now returned 10 hi. Olnc. ov.r tb. DruirSlor. oft!. K. Colliu.. Montpolior, Nov 4th, 1848. 95: ra Heavy anil i'ino Cottons, 1 ATl'INU, Wicking, and other Goods aioClinAr at U d.wis ecoTT'a, NOYES & CO. Successors to Vilas & Noycs, BUUI.INfiTON, VT. WIIOLrSAB dealers in almost overy description of Do ra.alio Dry Goodi, Tin l'late, fcjlieet Iron, Wire, sis. also, a grear variety of Combs, Buttons, Tins, Needles, Threads and Fancy Article.) aud manufacturers of Tin Ware and Stova Tip.. JKrUunoess relating to Vila. amlNoye. will be settled by Noyes and Co. dwl,6in. ' MOltll.I.O NOVES, HORATIO N. NOYES, JULIUS M. NOVIiri. TEA SUGAR. COFFEE. PH1MU TEA and COFt'Ei:, with HUliAU to match, foi ale cheap, hy O. W. ECOTT. Nnv.mtmr UI, I01O; 87 GEO. W. SCOTT CONTINUES to receive additions to Ms stock .1 Good, which he sells at the lowest prices for Cah. November 31, 1843, NAILS & GLASS. Olfl TONS 1IION and eTKUI.l W U 1000 Kegs Sable and Uagl. Nail, il S00 Holes lllass) Wholesale andltll.il, at tb I rou Dopet. October lew. B.llUKUANK, mm P .flwsT&T MR S.KIDDEaj!