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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, JANUARY 31, 1850.
.foreign SCcujs. The steamer Niagara, Cap!. Ryrie, arrived at Huston on the Sth, brinsinr: about eighty pas t enjers, anJ a full freight of French and other EcxvK uml advices two weeks later t.-om all parts of Europe. She failed from Liverpool on the niorniti? ot the 12lh insl. and has had an unuau nllv pleasant passage. Ci.ttmi has advjnccd a quarter of a penny. The Corn market has been dull throughout the kingdom during the week. Indian Corn has de clined nixpencc per quarter, and now r-el's ot 30s for prune uliitc, and 2t)d lor jellnw. Best brands ot Philadelphia and li.tltiinore Flour command 25s a 2.-I3 Cd. Wcetrrri Canal SR IJcef rontinties depressed, an there is hut lit tle demand lor I'oik ; ilacou and Lird huncver ore in In cly request and unproved rates. The latter to the extent of one i-lnlling per cut. ('ofitc is in good demand at ailvxncc price. Sugxr ha advanced sixpence to one r-liilhn, and liuMris aic looking Inr .-till higher rales. President Taylor's Ales-age, which reached England uv the lliaerma, has been exlensuely published and largely conrnented upon uv the Engli?h press. The general expression of the public t-entimorit is very favorable. Ireland. Mr. John O'Connell, difgusted with the manner in which his parh m.ei.tary services have been received by the llou-e ot Co, moons, find nece.-Miated by circumstanced to le-iime at tention in his pr..!es-ion, his iiusxpectejly re signed his feat lorihe city of Limerick. Turkey. It lies been r. ported that the desti nation ol Ko.-ulh and other Hungarian exiles in Turkey is confinement in ihe intmiur of Asia Minor, an rrangeiii'iit very unsjtUfiictory to the relugeea themselves, though sancfoned by the British and French Ambas-adors. Il tins should prove true, great dis-credit .rust accrue to the English Government for betraying the liberty of the refugees, and allowing their right of deput ing to any other country willing to rccuvcthem, to be frittered away. Indeed, the demonstration made by the English and French flust, and the attitude taken by Turkey itaell in oppu?ition to the arrogant den ands of Russia, appear unmean ing unless the exiled patriots were to be treated in an honorable manner. Tumul under the t'yiences. A recent Pjris pa per siaits tli.it the Minister of Public Works has employed an engineer tmm Upper Garrone to uuKe examination', the object of winch is to be the election ol a grand new route betwetn Tou louse and S.ir.iL'onsJ, by mears of a tunnel car ried under the Pyrenees, betwi-en the vailics of kuc'ion, in r ranee, and V enasquo in bpain. The execution of tins dncct road beiw ei-n the two cities presents no ditliculucs. Evpeiicnco in tunneling m France has been hid in the piercing the Nerthe, hi tlie cons' ruction of the itail Koad fio.n .Marseilles to Avignon. The expense only may retard this underuking. In any case, the SSpinis.i Government will contrib ute us pan toiiidking a usrful way of communi cation to the North of the Pcuni.-ula. Djtes from the city of Mexico, 1st inst., an nounce that the American population at Santa Fe and oilier places, are very desirous of annex ation. A Convention was to be held at Santa Fe to form a Constitution. Considerable excite ment pievailed in Texas and New Mexico in coi.sequei.ee, and it was feared serious difficulty vvunid ensue. Impo'tant from the SiU Like Indian Hoslili ties, (fcSt. Louis, Jan. Is', 1650. A k-ner his been received here, daied Silt lake City, Oct. 16.li, wh'.cn sjvs that the Mormons fro n Cali fornia brought much gold. All kinds of titer clundi-c were scarce, and commanded high pri ces. There were only to small stores In the valley, to supply a population of 15 000. Snow had fallen on all the mountains mound the val ley, ami it the So'ithwest P.ifs it wa four leei deep. Hti'i.ors prevailed that Missouri emigrants had killed some squaws of the Snake tribe of Indians, anu that they were consequently hostile to the whites, and were committing deprdatiuns wheitver nu opportunity occurred. Subsequently they had one battle with another pJity of emi grant. Me.-srs. Livingston and Kmc. .1.1, traders at Silt Like, had cleared j-20,(.00 in two weeks: tliey had coid all I heir meri.il uidtse lli.it was to arrive. .Mr. Rose, of iV York, had also sold $5,010 worth ot goods in two days. Grain crops bad been good ; the prospects of the country were line. Continuation cj the lliutsin th' Ohio Ltis'a ture. Cvlumbus Thursday, J.m. 17. The gre it est contusion still prevail) in ill Senate, and there is but a taint hope of iis being terminated furs, me tune. A rerululiuh was parsed giving Mr. Johnson, the Democratic Senator from the disputed district of lia oilton county, his soil until the matter shall he decided by the future action ot the Seriate providing that he should not vote on Ins onii cae. Subsequently, -ever-nl ell'orts were made lo olfer a resolution to re move the Speaker from the ch if. .A sophc of the wildest confusion followed. The Speaker decided the resolution out of order, and refused to entertain aiiapput. In the imd-.t ol the great est uproir and contusion, the Speaner announ ced the Standing Couunitlees. The I.cco Foccs loudly protested agaiu-t his right to do to. At a late hour the Senate adjourned in great disor der. Mississippi. The Legislature met nt Jack son on the 7ih inst. Tim Governor denounces nil compromise on the Slavery queslion, and says: " In the event of the adoption of the U'ihnot Proviso by Congrcss, or ihe admission of Cali lurnia into the Union by virtue of her late pre tended constitution, the Abolition uf slavery in the Distrn t of Columbia, or the prohibition of the. commerce in slaves between the dales, I recommend that the governor be authorized o order an elrctiun ot delegates from all ih coun ties in the Stale to a convention to lake into consideration the mode and measure of redress, and to adopt such measures lor our future sccu as ll.e crisis may demand." The President's proclamation, which broke up the Round Island expedition against Cuba, is also denounced in the bitterest terms, as an in sult to the sovereignty of Mississippi. Message ol the Governor ot Texas. The late message of Governor Ueil to the Legislature of Texas, has come to to hand, uri two or three points it is of general interest. The Governor tiroes warmly the " onques-uoi.able right of Tex as" to the Rio Grande boundary, which includes the Mexican settlement of Santa Fe, and in lact almost the whole of ihe settled portions of New Mexico. He is dissatisfied with the course ol the national administration in regard to the claims ot Texas; and although he deprecates a ny collision with the federal government, he ur ges the legislature to laise and equip an armed lorce, sufficient lo sustain Texan authority m the county of Santa Fe. lie also submits whether it would not be wtdi to sell to the general gov ernment ihe lauds which lie norih of the paral lel of latitude 30 deg. aO mm., (the line ot the Mis-ouri compromise,) making a strip UCO miles Jong and nboutcO in width, ilesays the land is iiiountuinous, tin J u not uselul lor "agricultu ral pin pot.es." 'J his recommendation singularly concurs with the proposition of Col. Denim, in the U. S. Senate, winch proposes to give tilteen millions of dollars for the tiact. Ptrhaps this may be the real sccict of the claim ol Texas up on New Mexico. It remains to be seen wheth er Congress will pay Texas tilteen millions ol dollars fur lands to which she lias no legal title w hatevor. .Mas. Jii Slavery in Pennsylvania. On the Rlth the House reiused 4(i to 40, to lake up a resolve instructing the members ot Congress to resist all attfiiipis lo extciia claverv. Horrible death of Insane Persons. Isaac Mus eeiman and John Toner, lunatics, were chained to the Jlourol the Gf ttcsburgh (."a.) prison, when il was burnt last wctk, and belli perished in the Haines. A report has been made ,ky a con.niittee of the .Massachusetts Senate ill lavor oi a .xauunai JJuicau ol Agriculture. Jlsriculturul School in JVcit-Ynrlc The Log. islalure of New York has appointed a committee to report upon the expediency ol establishing an Agricultural School and Experimental Farm in the State oi New-York. Heath of Mrs. Scudder. The Niagara brings intelligence ol the death of Mis. Scudder, wife of JJr. Scudder, lor tinny years a missionary o! the American Board. She died in peace, at MailriiBov. IS, alter an iIIbces of 4 days. atcst ctus. Vermont Central Railroad. Receipts for C months to Jan. I, 1830, SIC8.817 07 Deduct running expenses, 31,621 27 Net earnings, S7G,90G 70 being within a fraction of Ihe rate of 3 1-2 per cent, per annum on a capital of $4,500,000. For this period of time, however, on the average but about two thirds the length of the road was in use. It is safe to say that the above earnings a- niount to over 5 per cent, on the actual cost of the portion of the road run. Wasiiikgto.v. Jan. 23. Mr Webeter presented a petition in favor of granting land to actual sett'ers. Mr Hamlin presented a petition for the reduction of the post age on all prepaid half-ounce letter.--, to two cents each. House. The Legislative resolutions from the territory ofMincsota for the removal of the Chip pewa Indian, were telerred. A petition on the subject of International Treaties, for the settle ment of disputes by arbitration, and for a Con gress of Nations, was releired to the Com-nittee on Foreign Allaire. .Mr Wmthrop presented a petition 1 1 o.n the Canadian Assembly, asking assistance to replace the public library destroyed by tire at Montreal during the recent disturban ce. Washington, Jan. 25th. I regret to stale that Mr. Calhoun was last night much worse and thai his life was despaired of. At ten o'clock this morning he was somewhat relieved. But he is not convalescent. His friends were fearful that this winter would bo his hist in Confess. He left ihis city m March last, with a church yard cough. I am informed that the dinner patty given by the President to the Hungarians yesterday, was in ine uesi possiuie lonn and taste in every way nerlectly suited to the occasion. The President has a good idea as to entertainments. He ren ders his A. B. C. dinners and his extra-official dinners very pleasant. Ujhazy made some very interesting remarks in reply to a sentiment of fered by Gen. Taylor. Gov. U. is a natural ora tor. I heard htm and Col. Prairuav state that the invitation from President Taylor was the most distinguished honor that could be conferred upon lliem. They lift for New York this morn ing. . Jour, of Com. Examination of ll'm. 11. Thompson. To-day the examination of Win. II. Thompson, knovn as u Onc-eved lhompson, vvill take place be fore Justice Truman Smith, rn the charge pre ferred against hiui by Gen. James Arlington Ben nett, of altering a 81 bill on 'lie Tradesman's Bank to a 830 hill. Bennett will be present as a witness. It is expected tint further dcvelope inciils will be made in the complicated case in winch Drury and Banuettt are implicated. .Vcw lorx J nbune, .Monday. Momrkai., Wednesday, Quebec Hire ion. At Ihe nomination mceling, a msjoriiy of voles was cal lor .Mr. Legare. the Aunexa lionists' polling takes place on Sitii'dav. Tor.o.NTO. The Annexa'ionis's here, have formed an Association, comprising many respec table merchants, and intend shortly to issue their niiuiteslu. Nr.w Minister to Rissiv. Neil S. Brown, hie Governor of Tennessee, Ins been rejected by the President for Minister Plenipotentiary lo Russia, vice Arthur 1 . llagby, ol Alnbama. The difficulties in Georgetown College have all been amicably settled, and the students have returned. It is estimated that one drunken man in rvery ninety H annually convicted of crime, while the avengo number of temperance men annually conv icted of crime is one in l.llil. H'ondtrful HJicarj of CorbdCs Highly Coitccn tra'cd Syntp 0 Snrsapanftu. FURTiiizi: e ui:.Vi:c of irs virtues. To Mc-r. I litiolcj' Co.: Gft.t.enif.1 mi 1'iitO tiiica j.u kinJIj sent me a fow ltuttl n f Dr. CotEielt'a Stidker itrtupaii.Ia, leltin, if yut "nft, it mis lit licp h.c, ni) bUnxJ l(-in out ol ordtr, a ti J my ilumacU bcit.j nnoJ by IhnitefUical com itia )!. A I ha'i been uin ulhtT ar3pri.U ComfMunJ a no in jury iNtLer I Inn benefit, and U inti i rn d vrnmi remcdittt unit mi lirl.i wliaiettr. 1 felt UitMrillinj lo utlPtr.pt any llnnj turthrr Itut m;in 01 tho iJit'Du.lii ii4ine l p1tkicuii4 aiiaclieJ lo Itia niedirinc. 1 In sun tlis uf ul one buttle. Uni it only in mill i!oea, I lou'.d toy fiomch Cr luMv tHatiiinr it tone. After a teM.y ami undvnat' 11 ue f it itnii iiionth, t fount! ray uhtik flbiuni tbo rou'bly chi;etJ. .iv ujtpente -iCilorcd .My blood cl-r, scltve aud pore, aid tnnlii oncn inoi aff.nieil rur tion.e of n.y fin n4 ra ji (MmTuJIy ifU'C d with dueif uf tins fliiu. Liter Olftruc ion, and who ar ol lronj ("on Buiu(itif habit, ui nw biin; ihl uoiideiln! .uedn-ttn' with miKl atonisriins ellic ir. In ny u case I am liftppy to tsito the cuio Hrii romjtlrtc Uoond d .Tt nntit ip mum. Wry juteluily, oui (blijr-.i fn-i.ri, 50 JOit.N' T. FIKt.Il. n. n:;ir.EV a.no ro. i. vtovnvu.r. No. It nd 4 South tide Fsli-uil Hill. Cokjon, For :i.e lr IvwlSrld &, iruni.i', and by t K. Oiiiirisi. Moulp'hrr; Fioncl. V allcr, Itatrc ; II. I'. C. I'rcuch, rii.titi Id; I Iiui'mt t. Howie-', Vd)(in,itn ; Idf ktugou iiid reitlc, CbcUeat ; alio by azt uis ;eiif rally. For i'lriTcnt C).iampt.ofi. Me .nnw of beilcr remedy than Wtiai' Jilaui ol AViU! ' '1 ritv. Il 1 mtntl. 111 iid bca in in iln niurn. owl 1- aiRiirtty fdapt-f 10 d I -IV and diipale that an-m) m Mini disitCKio irruatiun u'hitli s 1 moot pu'vaiU at tins r&iti ot the Vfinf, rau"d b) cold-, cu;h and cltilU, brcul.t 011 by lreueM c..an-ft oflheweath r. V kimw of several Kcrie ia'r -w I ! h li4eliefii finlically cured by the una of tin ItjUain. SiMi.f two ye-if uttiCB a Iriend ol ours Ut!crin un Ut wbal vruf ihuu'l.t to b u conl.r.nul Consumption a revere coujli, losi ol uppetite, ni-lst ejU, Vc. 11 jr ihn u.o of the Itilfjin, lie di-iM-llfd the no aiaiuilP Tro tr,hm-r,l, and 1 uov 111 the mi) ii.ent of rout, rattve lirllh. New I'd'UnU V'arIm'j;ioiiiaii( Hoton. 2ost Voice .IScMorcc. .e UeillofJ, An.-. 10f If-. ,r. P. W. Towlt llavir in nuny Ciinticiifi j ut I.hd in relatiu.ito lUI. Wl&TAKV It LSA M OF WILD CUIsUK Y, I tkotbis opportunity of olfrnn a word in n fdtor, vilncb you are alo at liberty tu pu!.!i,!.. A fu ruonilifl dinctf my m lie- lunjjH (ti came so inurb siilectcd by a tuddencold, that k.bo luit bcr voice, and ulT. nd pterety fivmpaind mi the brca3t Hr c.lutian cau'ed lir lucmi inurb aUnn. Iluxiii beard your Hil'iitn 'r,jpjlj ircotn-n-iti:d by I bono wbo utul it, 1 surcliir! . bnnc of iour areot in tbirt placi. M.e took it according to dirc-tloiiat, and it produced a wondeilul elfeet. Hf.r iimi" one bt tte cht! bud (.ompklriy reco-n d ! r tmco, tbc panii tub kided, and Iter J.eItii was ful restcrcd. Vour tru!y, fSiSned,i im:miv nnicimi . T. . uch te'tin-oiiy can bo relied uyvn. '5c c-iri lul of the article you buy. It must bie hu fti.ikturc ol 1. liuttr : oil llie m rtpr to genuine. 1 Iiillticiizu mid Coiisiiinpliou. j 1 1 in indeed a melancholy truth, that thoua.ui.dii f-l' 1 ictim to co;iunii)tion etery year from no other csu-tc tbun nesltct- edcoldi, jet And liuudredtt nav lhoiijnd, w bo treat sucb rontpljitrti with tbc grealett tniiir;reuce. and let them run on for eeki, ottd ciuu iiiojtlin, without thinking of the danger. At hist jou hate but you consider a alight coufb or cold you allow buainests, pleasure or curi-Uiiteaii to pre sent you fioai giving it any attention; it then set ilea upon your breast, you becouif boaite, bave piins in the side or chert, ei pec to rate large quantities if matter, pcihapf ntued with blood, a ditiiruliy of bteatliing enfuea, and then you find your own foolish ncsltct Un brought on tin a cuinptstitit. It then you alue your lite or 3 our health, be uarned m time, and don't tuffc uiih your cojJ, or trufl to any ijuuck nostrum to cuie you, but immediately procure a Itottle or two of that faimou remedy. Dr. Wittar'i ItAUam of Wild Cherry, which is wet! know to -e tho most vpeedy cue ever knov.n, us thousand will testify, vibone litea have been aaved by it. For inlluenzi it 14 the very beat medicine 111 tli uorI. Ite not dec-ned, lernember th.-t uiioui iinitatmni and ctlter prepara'ioiiti o f Wild Cht if y almund thioughout the 1 nd, but it J Dr. Vitur' that ba performed so many tbou naiid wo mil rful cure, therefore buy no other but tbef nuine. ousinat 11 jlsuni of Wild Cherry, signed i. liuUt oa the wrapper. Z6 oNone -enuine iinlem figned I. RUTTH. For sale by KKDFIKt.D &. Clt,.MS, Montpelicr.S. K. Col I in, do.; French & Walker, ICarre; 1'. K St C. r'rendi, ruinrteid. Thuibr&: Iowle, Washington ; Dickiua.tn and Fculee, Chelreu. KKtMAISKAItLC CAST, riIRMHEI UV .MEStfi::?. COLEMAN &. CO., IJL'FFALO, N. V. Tim is to certify, llmt my wife has hern for eight year past nerely afihett-d w ltd an affection of the Liver, and, durin lfa.it lime, has i.uJTred beiond nil description. Alter trying medical bkil', and a v-inety c-f adterti d medicine, without if-lief, she w-sia induced to use Hurh.in'i llin-g irim lit sam of Life, which produced a beneficial cfRct tmmedt atelr, afier uin three If it tie t-he lias now regained her health ai-l u conbdiut of a permanent cure. For the benefit of fulfilling hunuiiity, 1 am happy in gum publ citv to the above I'jctii. A. MUUi'llV. Tatbot District, U. C Pec. 11, 1815. 6 DAVID F. UKADLF.K&. M.N, 133 W-ehin2ton sirret, Dot.10 , soe Agents tor the I mud Ma ten, a tad btitish Trov incen. American price, one lMlur per bottle. AUENTss Monii-elier, alriu K. Collins : Daire, A. F. Thuin.i: Wikhuigion, Thuibcr i- Howies: Lt(.ltea, II. ItHcon: Cuiin.b, J. Cook: E. Corintn, T. Hlattc: .Nwl.urr. F &. IL Kevoi: Itrudford. C. &. U. Fnchard: orthtield, 11.11. Camp, aud by deulers in medicine gtner tliy tbiougbout .New- En-tand. 3IR. AMES'S CASE. X JTIaCshisiisl in the Hosion Locomo tive W orks. EOS ION, January 12.1549. jlE?SRS. HEDDING & CO., ri Stale street: Cenlle all men, 1 1 is now more than fourteen mou.hs mice I commenced spitting blood and raisin bloody n. utter, accom panied with a disagreeable cou"b and pain in my tide, Af Uremplotin? doctors ot rood standi nr. without atail. I was induced to try Dr. SCHENCK'ri 1'LiL.MONIC SVKUP, of w t.i en l toot as many as bait a dozen Lot wen. wnicn J bought at your office iu Mate street, and foual it benefitted me greatly. Two moctha since, however, I caught a severe cold, and tbe aymtoms above described re-appcarcd with more seventy, insumucb that I was forced to gne up ruy business altogether. This time the doctors thought mine a very aerious case; my Iriends considered me iu extreme danger, nnd they recommended a journey South. II up pc inn jo .ouvtrsaltoa with your book-kreper, to mention thu cn cu nirtar.ee, he tuggeiled to me to go oa to Philadelphia aDd icq L'r Schencfc, wfcicb I diit bl-J was fcttuutt cnt-u;h to J interest the doctor in mr Clip. Ho holdout ttopei ofpeetljr cure. 110 lo.K mo lo loi liouie, where he g&re me i Dumber of holtlet ot Ihit Syutp, until a gathering p(ared on in; side, which ripened and discharged & great quantity of mat ter I'lom thai ntomeit I gained rapidly. I have returned to Doaton, where 1 gire lo you thia ttat tment, convinced ot the benefit ofthia rreat medicine, which under Goda Trovi. dence, has reatored me to health again. Fur Ilr. Schenck'a honpitality and unremitting kiudtieaa to inc, I cao nerhapt mike no better return than this eltemnt. If you publish thia it may meet the ee of aunie ulhera. who like me. have anrTered all hut death front coneumplion, (.r disejaea in the shape I have described, may be indured to avail lhemelvea of the virtue and realize tho full becetit, as 1 havo. J. 11. A31KH. V. ihe tiiidersiirned, are ocnuaicted with .Mr. Ames, and kuow this statement tu be true, and the signature ceuuino. Jtl.O Lli ttuuuii, llok-kecperof the Hasten locomotive Works. IS.U.lll TILSO.N, Machinist at the tloston Locomotive Worka. O.J. EDW.MtU.-'. Machinist at Ihe Huston Locomotive Woiks. Letter from a i:-tii dcrtiimn. IIOS fO.V, .Nuv.-tiil.er 1, 1B43. Mcsts. Rrnntn !z Co.: n n'lt-mrn. Having hud occa sion to speak in 'uM c nearly every night, fur several v.ctks pasr. tsoirtiines l:i lite open air.) una Laving used voul gchenik'a 1'ulinoi.ic J'ynip, I camol deny mjse.f Iho Icas ure of tenjenng t.t )u this voluntary tribute- to the woith of that article. I have now ritOVlil) IT in vsriuus ways. and I fuel entire confidence in recomirenjin; it to public spe.kers, and all pt r.ons ctfiicted miiIi cuuhs, colds, huiMenr, und d.lTii.ulties of that di-srnplioa. You are at libeity tu ue this uno!ictted st-ttemenl in any v, ay that wilt teln-ve tho autfcrings of buimnilv. '1 ruly jour., CHALKa IV. UUXISO.V, LMitoi4'Ameiicaurigte." 5rThe proprietor respecltuHy oilers his original Pulmo nic syrup to the public as a euro lor Cuush, t'otds. Con sumption, Iljsc sis, Liver Complaint, I'alpnallon of the lloarl and scrulula It has been before the puMte upwards of tMehe years, during which limn scarcely an individual has used it without linJiug relief. It has succeeded in cas es whi-ic ail olher lemtdies had failed, and the proprietor C'instirntluuslv oelicvts, fr.'tn its g'lal success, that it is the li. si remedy for the.e dtsea.es ever discovered. Hav lug devoted the whole ofhts attention lor the last silleen ,ears,lo the trectmrn: of Consumption, Liver Complaint, DtspcpMa, and all diseases of the Luns and lie pitory or gans, he points to his great success, as u sufficient guaran tee to tlie public ofliii skill and ability. Itedenies tbat the di-easu is iticuiable, and ddticcs Ihe foregoing testimony in proof of his iusition. Ills unprecedented cures are based solely upon the ni"ril of his rUI.MO.N'IC sVKUT, and a volds tho use of Opium and other nsreotic, which are only administered to nhcre, but netcr lo cure lLe pallcnl. Trice $1 per bottle, s.r t bottles lot . s'vl.1 wholejale and retail by UaDDaOS'ti Al CO. KooksoIIcrs no. ti arA'i't: a ruccT, Uono'ul Agents fur scw IJnitanJ. 05"AUt oll t Town ct Hall, .MtintieliPr. S.iniuel aNich iN, ntltiut t'dl'U , J. A,.Sj)iT ,V,Oi, Crecii-tttoiuuflt ; Cuo-Ml it UuulJ, Cat lt. Juti.i'iur , Ihcti i Uv., at C!jh ; Julni A.ri. V hit-, .Noulili. Id C"iitcr. Uoct clc.tcV pttuili.-t uii il- uiluiu tjrCo:)Kum;tiun nii'l it cure, Mtih Ct-inucufti, cauUe had grati, n ubuv. ItoHto i, Dec. lc 1 J. li illarkct5. Domestic Wool Market. iNj.w York, Jan. lS.IO. The Wool market hat leen iaiher ruut since our fact, but more from a want of atork than iuJtepwilion to operate. The same state of thinga eiisth oa all the Atlantic seadtourd, and the depo'ii ol the 11. tenor. 're nearly bare of alt grad- below -10 cents. 'I hii s:ate of tbi.igs must continue until the new clip ronis in, ir ioipintations take plice of such de-S'-rtistioiis os will in art supply the vi ideal short clip of low qat litlt-A of Anifricun Floec. 'iho sale of the week, foot up CO or Ihj. pari of which, sv i.,tXJ0 1.14. 1-4 and I-Mbkn-d, walakenlor the Phil ideli-hia ittarkrt ut to a ti cents. If dealers had not been so o'ltr 111 prite, lieai i?r operatious would haie taken place, as we beat of one fntiatiun Iroten olT where th oaty diiTercnce was n b tiifrag,-, uml snulh! ia whirh tho omv point 111 dirute wus te naMnz lor the iojii 01 the t8j. We also learn ofsalen of 115,000 I'u. Country I'uJcd rup.i and No. l,at quotation. Tho value of CVy l'ulted wool has been pently enhanced within a few years by tl 1-eticr cli-inning of tho staple. rrevou4 to the introduction of the Crototi Water, wool pul- wt in the citv washed then ekiiii in the riter, and the cvu- si,queii-e wan, the wool wui rol uii 111 po"-r c mdilion. Ileio, washed in saltwater, it could iit be ued ft r bnht color. sud was stippuscal to wrih h-aier, from the partie.es of mlt teimmiir: in the wool. Hence etperienced l'uy-r would net r ;ttj as much by four to it re iu pe poun 1 for ciiy ni they would for country poUrd wottl, atxl it was known ai Swamp Woo!. A fewci the pulleis have, houcter, intnulu ed the Ciotoo, an.l now Lompvte succesxlully uiih country pu'l-rtt i the oi:itv aud co-Miition ol their stocK. i knowofutie estabiifhmrut 111 this city, w hich has put'ed, in the ix nionlti4 fading J inuary Ut, 1&C0, i?o,00J lbt. and thv-re hi Iteen 5-JJ,U00 lbs. pul.'ed in Hrook'yu tlurin; the si ma pnod. 11 11 wf poiihl- tu ace:tnin tho qirintity pulled in the United Elates aunuilly, it would bo truly asionihiu. Sum mer, ur I.imli it v.W'1 it nuMtljr used by batters, and a great psKtion of Fa'l wool goes Eaot where it 11 cttrnmely uud by sluw' and fl innel manufacturer. There is aNo another description of wool cal'ej sheared wool, which forms no inctHHtdera'i.ettem in the annual supply. We merely allude to these things to illu Urate, ia some measure, the rifnt to wbuli the mi- ufaetunuj latcrsst ma draw upon Uru cities for ihe raw materia. W c quote : rnonv Fleece, eitra fine, 42 a 4fi Full IiVkI mixi-d, & a 40 I -2 and 3 I Mood do, :n a 33 Cammon and quarter bloJ, 23 a 35 No. I Wool, City Fulled, W a 30 Do. Coui'itryda. (0 a 'Jl Fop I'ulled Wot.l. 0) a 35 Forcijn woclens imported for the week, G0A.35 . N . V. Reporter. C:imlii1;z: C'atllo J;n Uri, Jan. Keportfd lor lh3 li.xtnn Duly A.iveitixet. At Markvt 41 Catttle, Hbuul 4$ Ileeves, and 18 Stores, c'nti'tnr of Working Oxen Cows and Cahes, and Tbice 1 eir t'ld. rrut. Maikit l.eef Eitra C,i- per cwt. 1st quitlity 375, 2ni quality 5, 3Jqn!itv $t,25, ordinary 53 a S I. Mores Woibiu; Uxen $M a CU. Cow and C-hei 13 a 3J. Veailing, none. To Vai Ol 1, none TbieeVear- OU, $1 I, SO. Sh-ep wml Lamb, fH at .Market. .VenrWallsi.lt. rmcis Kitrtt !j'l IW lot SI. l,25.l,5d. Sl3a S?,0. awire 5, ret.11! 5 f- Iti-mark The maiket was artirr and farmer prlre fully ii'lrilised. In conequeo'-e of lli stoim Mxidxy m;ht and jeiterday.tbn cars froui Vermpnt and New Iiamphiro hate not suited. itlarriacics. In IVrliii. Janu try ETlb. bv Rei. S. Tarbcl'. Mr Joneii'j Red of N. V. and Mim Caro'n.e M. Keed of ll-r!in. In W e.t Iterksbire, by R. v J. I Cook, Mr. Wai. Ntb!e und .VI if AUtcia Fletcher, both of Weit Heits.'itre. In Herlm, Januarv Dr. Or shorn Demon, aged 77. In lUrrf, Ju. 1, SliaUeth, only d-ughu-r of Leunsrd and Nai.cv It. Kfiih, i.gcd 17 eui-. Oa the CGth.Mr. William U.i-! I, Mg'd "I In Nrrtl-bi :d, Janurj 18. Mies Ertsey McCurdy, aged Z5 yetm. Prtuien i.i N. V. aad N. II. ate requested to copv. In llirtfurd, of scorlct f -rnr, Jtn til, at th ti.Ienre o 1 bis in-ttber, (tltawilow of the lite Ltwi Ltmat, Esq.,) Eltai Ltmin.'Jl, used li y-ars and 3 mouth-, a joun mail oi fino prouiiu an 1 a-tiinn'nta. tin had recently been appointed mail gfnt 011 the Fasssumpste River Kail- Astonishing and Amusing ! f:i;oizSM; n. vo.vg:f or isosto.y, VILL eve n L- ctiiro,ntid a sencs of mot Extraordinary and inu4ing Kxpiiiner.ti uyou the newly ducotercd Pciencf of ELEC'I'RO-BIOLO&T. at tho FREE CIICRCII, Wedut silay,ThuM.hiy nnd FriJiy Ete.iiur', Jan. 30th, 3It, anl February Ut, 1850, coiuu.et.c. mg at 6 1 2 o'ebtk. Single Tick'-it rents n re llemnn and two leuVi SO cents ; eight Tickets 1. To be bad at the Bookstores nd aMbn Door. pTHJ OFFICE Of (he Gcrni.111 Doctor is at Monfpe lior, Slate Slreel, Opposite lleil field GrnnnL's Drug Shop. CHARLES RODGER, M.D. CIEKMAN I'llVHICI N. DM. It. will ttalc lo il e Fublic that lie does not profess locure all dtseates, oi to La supfrioi to other medical (Jenllem? n, but he docs profess to understand his buiinen', of which he will gie ample proof whenever he has an op nortunty Dr. It is aLo the inventor of the celebrated (a (runic belt, so highly appreciated by Ihe t'cieiitiGc press in me riaies ai.n 1 ngianu, ; v iao ccteniilic Americio Lan cet, Alc,) which be iiiaiiuficturt-s nnd keeps lor sale at his office, and 10 likewise the In. enter ol the Eye Hath a cer ium euro for weak eye. wJien not depebding upon iiscase of the t piic nt rte. All kinds offiermin Patent Medicines prepared to order Moutpelier, Jan. G. I85(). 59 GOOD HEIf'S FEATHERS at 7c. per lb. Forsaloliv R. 8. PAGC IlviVfark. January, 150. 50:2w JOYFUL INTELLIGENCE FROM THE PEOPLE'S STORE. 11,500 DOLLARS IN R00D.5 offered at CH V COST for Cash, from Fd. 4 to -2i, lt5i Every description of Goods w ill be included in this great sale. .My oj ct is lo reduce my deck so as to be ready for new Spring Goods early in ihe reason. O" A 11 that wi-h to re 25 cents of every dollar should impro.c ihe prccnt opportuiity. Oppot.it) Rnck ( Iiurcb. MontieIier, J tn 3J, 50 IMRVEY KING. Administrator's Sale. YnLL he sold at public Auction in tin Villsge of Mont- ' pelier, on the IStli day ot Jlarcn next, at one o'clock P. M. unle3 previously deposed of a private vale, tho whole ot the real eaiato of Koger Hubbard, late of Mouipe lier, deceased, consist irt of m commodions dwelling-buuse and oulbuild.nz, situated near the Academy hi said Vil lage. AUoafaimof tbout 65 acres nf excellent tilllage, asturae and wood land, with a ood barn thereon, situa ted tn and adjoimn; raid V'iltago, and about 17 acre of uooti lan-l in Berlin, near aim illage, nod one undivided half ofl'cw in Episcopal Chutch. GEO. WORTH LVGTO.V, Adn'r. Moatpetier, January 29, ld50. 59 FOll SALE, A BLACKSMITH SHOP And Tho Setts of TOOLS. 2rFot terms, kc call oa Laocaiter ol Wateibury Ceatre. Wktcibury, Jan. SI, 1810. 52 (Education. WASHINGTON COUNTY GRAMMAR SCHOOL. qiHE SPRING TEH.M of this Institutiou will commence oa Thursday, 14th February, under the same zupervis ion as haretoforo, a fiord in- ,the best of advantages In all brauches, both solid and oroamontal, in which ntructiou may be deaire-X D. P. TIIO.MPSO.V. O. II SMITH, JAMES SPALDING. Montprlier, January S3, 1950. 50 The People's Academy. THE Spring Term oi this Institution will commer.ee February I'd, dad coulinue eleven weokf, uudct the care of M. DWINNELL, and JInsF. J. DWINNELU Initinction will be given in French, Drawing and Faint Ing, ami IMusic, if derirrd. llourd, iuctuding room, wood and washing, per week. E. II. IIEURICK, Secretary. Morrislown, Jin 5,10. AO Montpelier Ladies1 School. THE NEXT OUAKTF.U will commence on the twenty, first uf Frb ujry, under tbe rharpe of Miss AI. M. Wll.COX, and J. .IU IC.lCOCK. 55rTh Young Ladie of ibis IScliaul can receive ihe hen efit i'f the Chemical and Pbiloaophical lectures given at tbe Academy. aMontp'tilicr, Jan. 23, lc30. -Si Lamoille County GRAM M Alt SCHOOL. THE Spring Quatter commences Wednesday, Feb. 2lib, under the ch.irge of Mr. I. O. Stevens, and Mus Augusta Steven. Mits Lrcelis 11. Pratt will giv? in'irectiun on lb Piano. Tuition as heretofore ll.r J 5 1 ,25 jer week, all found except Lights. Kooitis for those wiil.mj, at reaiona bio rates. r Applications for board may be made to Sir. STEVENS. S. MEUKIA.M, Clik. Johnson, Jan. 21sl, If 60. 56 Jw. Bakersfield Academical Institu tion. OitlE Spnrg Term commences on Wednesday, Feb. 20. J- The fai ilttKi for acquiring the Fie itch lnru.' je are not tutpntel in any ichoul in tbt.lute. MoTv Testet is a well rducutetl FreLcIi geotlemeu and has pruved a success ful teacher IJnaia t It' per wek including rtMrin, washing and fuel. ItooVs tmd Stationery ( all kinds aie lurni'bed by the pnacip 1 1. J.-fi. fcP Mf LDING, A. M., Principal, C. C. IllMtLE, A -M. Atsoc:ale Principal, II. A. EUUT, A. II , Asiaaiit. Prof S. M. It AS-iETT, Tejch-rof Musie, M. AI E LE TESTEH, Teacher cf French. fcETH OAKES.Seeretaiy. IlaVrrsneld.Iun. iO, 18). &. West Randolph Academy. MM!!'. Hpriit; 'JVrtn of tins Instllutitin will coaimrnce WvdiiesU ,. Tabrtiarv iKI, ami coulinue elevea ueeks. ALsTl.t AII'.Mri. I'naciiiaL Miss t AUOI.I.NK Willi K, lires.pifp..( Sliss CV.NTIIIA W. FOUll, Tacavr ol Music r.Kll. I. UAII.KV, A.si-unt. UJWUGi: lll"rm.N.Tecl.rl PeomansLin. UII MUM) Vi:r-Tl):;,!-vcii.trr. West Kando'j.H, Januar 13, 1:0-1. 6T.Gv Cash paid for Rags. ri:i.l VEKEN at our .Mill at the Mor.tiielier Iewt. Jan. !8oJ. E 1'. W.M.Tu.N &.5H.N'. Penniman's Lime. 17UR Pale at a great Ueductio.i Iron, ol.l rirtt. 11 T. WAl.'lONt SON. Jamurv 30. 1S5. 01 Rare Chancy for .real Uartiains. a"W- "VTJ , iVc. Ac AT COSST! T HE soVcn'ier mil 1 1 n.e olfhis siock of FEES without rencrve, forCah t CUji tiealt Uui:t ! W. 1. LLRMIAM. S3 31onTfH!li.r. Jntiar) Co-nartnnrshia Notice. 1-kKS. Mil III .V IIVVh.M'Oltr ha.r II. v ent.r-l iuio Copailrxirsl Bt in the practice uf Mrdicine and Sur- I'ty. JJ't.flice opposite A Cleaveland's :tr t. II. MI, M. I. OIM. l.VE.roUT, M II. Riooarirld, Jaouirv l, 16J0. SvJ NOTICE EXTRA. LLInvinr itneitld aeeotint with LV.M N tc KING ii HAHVt: KIM!, and wih to svtr Cosi,iout atUndto the same this month. Jsnuarv 1, 158. 53 LAST CALL. 4 l.lt demands due the subscriber must he closed iminedi. J alels Alonlplisr, Jan.Sl. . I IOW E.J. 13.3-.. A'OTJCE. T1IC ou'xciiWr most rpoctfutIy rrrieits all mio 1iit unpttilel Hcrount! with tie '.t'e hrm rf L. Al- A. A. CIiO.-, to cmU and selllf by pajmen (which will be thsnk tull recLlvedJ or .j Lot- Itc?" the first day ef .Msreh next. IsUTIIER CROSS. Montpelier, J m 2 I"3). $--4w To Let, or for Sale, rrMIL' nVLII' SIOUL', one of th lt locations in Montpeltet Vilja1. AUo, lor sale a toe It uf Co'n) on a credit. A better opportunity fel lorn present it self. JOiLN IT. LA.NliDO.N. Montpelier, Ja- inry H, l?5 5;) Badger, Keith & Barker, Are contniU(il! GETTIXU IT A'CW THI.XfiS ! Jut received, pome voiyptMtv xi'-w De Ities, in (Item cround. Alu, 1 ct.-e ot erv desirable fctjtcs i'KLNTrf, at low prices. Janmry S3. 5:3or Facts are stubborn Things. Tm a lift that IL Kl.NGhas sold Good the last four I months from 5 to lO per rent. to tr tbe expeimieni to see il one could it 11 enough to make it pay. It can be dune. Il I a n fie-1 t lin r..reur.T l..a e... i It is a fact I h old doul.lethe amount t Goods of anv other store in town, and ur le than half the profit : It it a f ct ihit the PEOPLE KNOW IT i It is a fact that JAIW. 1N50, hrscom., snd with it u preat stock u' NEW GOODS a e juu opened at ihe People's r-tore, all l-oujlit with Can, nnl by addingonly 5 pr ccnl. ll u ill make tbstn at retail less than any .Merchjtii'. stnek cost them ; It is a fact worthy of no in c, aad the P-npV will rej dee to hear that this m tuilicenl stock will bo oiered tt'n ii.untli at 5 per cent, from City Cost, ad ltn fitilit tuheiy goo-ls only. This stoik of tnod BUIOUbiS IU $12,000,1 and compne every tlilnj one can wish. Il is a fad that 4i P-alci of Carptltnj, aud COuO Ilolls of Papr II. in "inr will Le uuluded. It is a fjet lint there never va n chance 'qal to thii to obi iiit those delfious PLUE TEA, which thousands can testily to. HKIliS GOODS an endless vrtflr. Uiwidcloihs, keady Mide Cloihin, oVuys KetM.-. Cnthrry, j iuois, rnies, jiii'o-r, i ati.ers iti live urese, Loolm;; G'aBsei, Hatting, Wadding, ic. It Is a fact I am ditvi untied to seep up the EXCITEs MENT. feme all to tl e People's Ptore, opposite the Prick Church, and you will find prices that will uil jou, HARVEY KING. Montpelier, January II, !8.0. & Facts and No Fiction ! IT is o FACT and nu FIC1 ION, that STOURSi LA NG- DON eofimiened n new system of ltuuiiss for tins place the Mdiy tf January, ls-19,vi2, To sell oods for Cash &0XE Price OXI.V. Il is a Fact, and no Fiction, tint we hare adhered strictly to line syxtem to this date VI e shall continue to prove lo the public that so Inn; as wo do businesj, we shall da ii uo mis princip.e. ttesnnu contmuo to piovo that onr own Goods are as lnw or lower than can Im bought in Ibis vicir.Hy. BTORUS& LA.NGDO.V Montpelier, Jan. Sl,16-V. 58 GREAT BA11GA1NS Until (lie Olli ol' Ularcli next, in ;Jf.f ,S000 WORTH, ubtchwillbo soli lower than the same artless cer have been offered in town ; many ofw.ich were putcbased a handsome profit lower than they are now worth in Marker, aodwil.be sold without regard to their preteat value, to make way for an entiie new stock of Dry Goods in the fc'prinf. Cash purchasers nnd those wishin to L'xeliange produce forfo-t will fiod it lor their interest tu make me a call. My old friends will find mo as I always have been. L. CROSS. 3lontfieIier, Jar.QaryS2, 1S50. 5.4ur JANUARY 23 t .NOTIIEK LAMPS. style of those P.eauliful SOLAR Jmt the thins to sew or read by. aad verv cheap, it ;58.3w) BADGE!., KC1TH Si. IWKKV.WS. STATE OF VERMONT, J In Froba.e Court faolden at Wushin;ton District, s. ( Montpelier, withiaand for laid district, on Iho ISth day cf January. A. D. IcjO. MICA U FKENCH, admintntrator vn the estate or Rofut Taftlate of Itarrr , ir said district, deceased, presented t.' sa;d Court his petition in writin, ftr license to sell all the reul estate ol uhirh tho said drceaied died sieted, rep resen'in that such sain is necessary to pay the debts due from said estate and expenses of administration, the person al property bcinrj losufficient for that purpose : Wbeieupon it was ordered by said Court that said petition bo refened lothe 13th day of February, A.D.I&0, at tea o'clock, A. M. lor hearing and decision u(Mn the same ; and further order ed that notice of te subsianco of said petition, the reasons for the same, and the orders thereon be given to all interest ed by publication if the acme three weeks aaccessively in the Vermout Watchman and Male Journal, a newt-paper printed at Montpelier, beioro said time appointed for bearing, that they may sppeai, if they see cause, aodoljectto the granling of such license. Ii y order of tbe -Co art. Attest, T. R. MERRILL, Remitter. A true copy of record. K Attest, T. E. M ECU ILL, Ce'ttl. insurance. HARTFORD LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCECOMPANY. Invested Capital $100,000. Cn.NCRAL AGENT FOR VERMONT, Is. G. lifXGIIAM, AVillistou, Tt. To wlium BiIicatiuus mav bo aiot frniu all parts uf Ihe 'Stats. 20tntra! Ofllce rrtliii A-encv, East side Court IJouso Square, Lturlingtnn, Vt. N. tVARU, M. D. .Mrilicel Ezaaiincr. J. IV. IIOIVKS, rtlontpclicr, A$ent fur Washinzton Ct-untr. C. M. KUCLEE, M. D. ilontpelier, -Medical Emrn'mer- UXDICsL EIAUI.tCSS-rOE THCC0V3TI OF WASHISCTO. Auustu Carpcuter, M D. itaric. Urrm rmnh, E. fcl. Dentin?, Lester Kms ley, W.Tbajir, Jr. N. ItancioM, I). C. Joycelm, J H. Kin-bam, C. H.ClfveUnd, Ecobtn Aimm, LOCAI, " l.erliti, Caldi, Moietown, North field, - Plainti'Id, " i.ltsficIJ, " Warien, " Waturbury, 11 EicbtnonJ. Anr..T-s WitOD.VAIID. Waterburr. DEM AN UAKPF.NTL'K. Northfie d, J. M. KICHARDSO.V. WaiUlield. Thr Mtartfoid ZH'r v BMratth lutitranef Company Amintinee to ihe public that by the liberal provisions of its Charter it is enabled to otTer advantages sunerioi In th se prne-euti-d hj any other Company in tho United Matrs. It has three distinct dep mmrnts, rnmbiniu? the pit vile pes of three separate Compnnie, with only h exnense of conductin a inle institution, and controlled by one Donrd cf Directors, tnti erurin? hnrmony, fiujlity and safety. This Company will insuie at the usual rates, and in three partieulartf claim the supet'enty over all ir.utual Compa uit. lt. Deducti n ouIt ten per cent, commission from 1h. .Mutiicil Inturancn Fund, inlcrd ot tbe etnas uriin uf the Company nnuuall). 2nd. timuj scrip certificates of profits each year, pays hl in cali when two hundred 1houand dollari has tccumu Inted m n reserved muttml fund, such icip bearing interest from date und iranrlerable. 3rd. In atldntoR to ths Mutuil Fund and reserved Fund, rcce.ved fioiu .Mutual Itiiirers, the capital slock, one hun dred tlHi-j-mnd do.lars. nrd all ths reseiredfund of th Joint fctock inur.inr m pledged for the pnvmentof looses. .v 1'iit; joijrv stock afaC..v, The rates aic reduci d one third tho umotnit charged on the itioldal plan, the Company t.ikin- only wiutit h worth, tn inuru u life aiten amount, foi a iven time, instead of taking more thai hr efiuiublfi sum and afterwards payir.; lurk a pari of uit'i ow.-s Montr xn caiLi.ic is ko ucck rtoriT. The advantages of this mule ot insurance wei the mutual plan mav thus he itlutr&td. Suppose a father, at tbe age of thirty I wo years, resolves to expend tw eaty-fie dollars per annum loi insurance on hi- life. Oa the .Mutual pljft it would t-cure h-m a policy of ooe thousand do liar. On the Joint -U ck plan, the s iiup twenty-five dollars will secure him a iotu y ut one tht u-and and five 1-undred dol lirs. All that fce can ejpec: ti fivoi of profits (t.o called) on the mutual Dlan cannot exceed one half the jemly pay ment, viz: twelve dollar and liftycenta; so that in ten j eat ho cao gsiu in profits only one hundred and twenty five liollir and in forty vears the live bundled !olI us 71. u it will be; fcn ih .t if a pnrson of the above ae should die within a year, his fimity get c:e half as mth aoaiis on the joint stork Un, with the tamo annual prt-mium, as on the imitiatl pia.ii, uud in UL'ir live roarr tcars to ii ike it rqr .L. Thf rates ra a f-tv., ruble to ihe asvured ut "uf. ty to tho company will peririt. Jnsumnce this form i of great imporlaii'ao to all who hate oilers dejendiDj uptu tberu lor jop.Kirt. .i itiditr oui nnd hard Inhorin m.m, who It nhle while in be a hit to era f'oiu nine to twelve ituil.ua per week, aai lUn pr-vide fur the wants of ht:netf and family, if laid upon the bed t.f i ielvDe4T ordisn'ed hy nccidcut. rindh'melf dep.ited -f that income. 'J bo supplies nr cut fi, ILe fountain is dne I up ; now cotne anifty, dutrev an-i sor row ! linn shall ttis be a Voided ? This l npany providrs a suie and spetdy remedy. . sin ill p ttince pud wbiln ia health, sereins a weettly iainrut of tirtt dolUrt, u be re cti td vi.-t hr weft wliiK ikne or dis .bility cnntin- (, and il dfu.li doe lis work, tbeu a sum of&tyj or IU k) or OM0 dollais, paid to urvivors, will piovo to bet a trieud ticlain- -lier tn in i ututber. This t'iMii,n) i the ttrst aud only rme in the Co ion, or in the world ! is betit-vfj thilhis tl.n rorn'.tned it rate, nnd offered to rant inurnre wiiH leo4(at rBSLk.Tuad raoairkLiivc Those f-r w horn this braucU of the buLuei li int. ndfd, will appreciate its udrnij. For foil d-tails with re-td to terms and conditions, ref erance may le mtde to the pampi.lei m be had jrjti at the office ofthe Company and at a'l the avnetes. toCr Applieatiitn miy b madii loan of th named I Asit r Msaliral Esanuneis, -nN.tr ileslirit, EDMneis, uau will fjrwaid the me to ihe borne t -trice at llanford t'attforitia !ite tlihi Uleuon the most reason, ble terms. 5-Thi Companv aredmn a vry I -rri and succe-iful buines under a charter whirl, most carefully guards the rit ttv and mioreiis ofthe insured. Juu irv. lr'. S-'zly 8H; NATIONAL LIFE LNSUIIANCE COM PANY. Office Opposite lite t'eipiloi, Jlonlpeller, I'. IllllCCIDRS WM. ". KITT.lMlia:, ranhav.r. niiMUMr wi'tov, u.si iis.i.io'i.b, JUI.ILt V. IIC.XVEV. Mo.itv lie , 'I 1 1 O. P. KKItFIEI.II, Munli li r, TI t. lJtI.I.l.M;il.VI. Watrrburv, IIWir.L I1ALIHVIN. Moiiti.li,..', HOME W. IIP. VI'llN-, Monte. hr, J. Ii lA.FORTll,J!l Mnniiwli.r. WM. I.-. Kl I TitEl.nC, Trea'ddit. JIontR S Hows. d. Secretary. J. V. 1IMVKV, M. II., Medical Kssrmncr, ta attendance dai.y. at tlip OlTi.--t'.W AUAM-", M. I). Cel'in; riiv.reun. TI!!S COJ1P.V.M- has commenced business, auJ cov lasures lives upon the ino-l favsrah." rerms on tlin MUTUAL PRINCIPLE. The Companr Mill t NaTiuaLin its character, hut Yermonl tu its Hi.-iciMEr. Tim t'und4 Lalel) and adtaiitnveouily invslrd. The hu'ne conducted exclusively for the benefit cf tbe per.onn itiurfd. Tie jreat.-i.t n-k taken on a lift $",000. PreRiii.iiis in i be takt-n quarterly or semi aunually, vba deired, ad an.oiints not too rmall. For mi of ap, l.eition and pamphlets cf tlu rompmy, may be had of its Ttts, r t the o3Ice oi the Company, or for warded hr man, il written f-n, pot pi id. DiviUoiKl of J'roiits, must bf veFy Irf, uv.ni t the pcrul'ar ad antlers n hich if uicinVri li .vt in this Owminy. TriVL'Iti ij nnd retd nee prtwkjre" unnilly hbriil. SPCri L PERMITS for nea voyats and for fareiju resi depe -atwa. r.inte I at redtired r'.ie. CALIFUiiMV KI.-KS taken on fivw . ble Ternn. A LlilEIEAL CUCIllT s'um, it dcsird,in p.-einnT.s for I-nX PoLHIt-f tu aiuounl hem; 4) HULLXCd Oil MHP.E. N It Perioa iuiured dLnn tho ctnrent jrar hire in the pn fii. f?:6.v. FIRK! FIRK!! FIUK!!! Farmer's Mutual Fire Insur ance Company. rpHIS Conp'-ny, chsrtr. d h? th- Legislature of 1? II, for the pmpoe of ni-uri!' Dwellin-hoU't., Out-build. I.i- an! rrtt'ial Property,' lum U'en oi'iiiized by tho .hoireof t-tfi-'eri, u now takm; application, and will olu rooiruei.ee ismn po'icies. Farinrr-, and tho owners of thoito cluii-i of property for the srciirify of which thi Company was chartered, are ro npfrtfolly r'inel"d lo invcsti?tte it claims For further iufirm ition. i i;iire of trawl. insa;cats, or of the Secreta ry, pt pud OiTl-f in Kill's Buildtr, orp'.-iie th Diick Church, Slain street. AZEL SPALDING, Fiesident. Jus Pfiu'vn, Spcrtttry. Moutpelier, Jan, 15. lc5D. 57:3m DENTIST. Dr. L. iiUBBARD, Surg. Dentist, 11 HTL'RXS his grateful acknowledgements to the ibha'ii tants of N'orthfield and vicin-ty lor their liberal patron ne for the piit yeai,and would inlorm them thtt ho is per msuently located nt North tie Id (Tenter, and prepared to per form all operations in the lint cf his profrs'ion, rt ul to any part f i he L'.S. A. All operations warranted. Teeth eu traded without pam ; and lhoe that krx decayed Can U) filled in mi h a iu inner as to remain for many ycats. Nurthfiuld, J tnnary 12th, 1.V). 7:Ciri CL0TII1KG. At the Head of State street. Another brgfl lo received tht week at trn HEAD OF S'l .TE ST., where may be found th ln.et and best miinuficturril lot of Cb'thinzto befound in ine tute, and ni lower pi ires. Persons about mnkinz theit Tallaiid Win ter purches will find it fur their interests tr lavor us Willi jl call, as we are determined to keep up the e!l-earnfd re nutation of thn On;ioat Clothing More. Pre 25. jp. II. S.LOOMI. SCOTT & FIELD n AVE lately received a fresh lot of and desirable fiOOItf, which weie purchase I al the .owjt tates -Those in want of my artiste in lh line of l)li DOOUS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, .yr., .re respectfully lavileil lo call. Monlilirr, Jan. 1. Id 10. 56 Sylcsier Grivo!il"s Kstaie. STATE OF VERMONT, I Tho Hon the Probate Court IIardolpli Dittiict, ss. ( for the District of Ranr'olph: To nil perions concrrned in the estate oi Sylvester Gilt- wold, late of llrookneld, in said district, Greeting. Ui IIEKEAi5, Widtw Julia T. Onswold, maki applica tion to said Court lor an n.imnent to her out of thi peftor.al estat of" Sylvester Oritwold, her late husband, U a scrsiou of said Court, to bo held i.t the Urgtitr's OlSce in W nui Randolph, in said district, on the 2d 1 ursday of Feb ruary, A. D. ISiOt Thcrfoie, you am heriby notified to a ' pear heforu said Court, at te time and place alorraid, and show caQ'e, il any yoa have, why said tutiumcnt should not be made as afuresaid. Dated t Wesl Randolph, January IGth, llfoO. Hy the Court, 5 Attest, J. It. HUTCIIIVSON. Rerist-r. ATTENTION ! Plattsburgh Volunteers. PURSUANT to the nonce sireo by ihe bt-cretory of State, we hsreby notify and warn all the surviving m emmets of the Williamstown Volunteers, who seived under Captain David Robinson, and matched to Flattsliurgh September 11th, 1814, to meet at the Congregational Meeting House in Wil liamstown, onFridiy the V2d day of February, 1850, at 10 o'clock A. M., lor the purpose of uftUt.tialing claims for service and maney exjiended during said time of service. Heirtof deceased volunteers will he rcquind to exhibit satisfactory evitience of service rendered, and monies ex pended, to entitle them to reward. All penons icteteated will take 'due notice and govern themselves accordingly. The Secretary of state will probably be present. JOtL BASa, ) Surviving AULL CARTER, Jger-eaat of BA8Z.LLA OAVCNroaT.7U Conpirjj NEW STAGE LINE FROM MUiYluEAL lo ESSEX. XEW Ail mroitTANT S(as:e and Kail Road Arrangement BETWLEN Montreal, Boston & New York. Distance hy Stages 97 miles 67x miles LESS than any other route. On zuul attcr Jan. 15, 1850, STAtJES wiill.ae Slontieal daily sfuoday exrrpted at nine o'ctol., A. M. r. St. John", Henry's Ville, PhiIl'Pbur-h,Swautin Fall ani fat. Alban. to lodgo 6rt aight. Leaving St. Allans next nwnin v.a Mill on, in limo to connect with ihe Vermont Central Kail Road at Esex, ar riviayat lntun same dayufSve o'clock 45 minute, and Xw Vork5 tVc'ock A. M. .lie next mornior: Miikim the irWe time from Montreal to Ifoston y2 hours ; Do. do. do. tu .tu 1 otk -14 oo. Kelurnin leavo KseT alter the arrival ofthe first train of cars fr..m Itoftnn, to fit. Alba m first day. Learn i?t. Al bans the nekt mornm- at 7 o'clock A. M. via tl nbove mentioned route, arriving at Montieil 4 LM clock P. M. inakin the itame limo from Cotton and New York as above mentioned. Pass.nrers for lhs ATLANTIC STEMIEHS in and fpm the Uinadas, will Cud thu the cheapest and mot ei- peditmo rotitn. Jfnuary 15, 13'A ALJ.C.N. 57 FLOUR & NAIL DEPOT WHITE RIVER JUNCTION. WHOLESALE ONLY. nAVl.G e.uhhshed him.etf at White Kivcr Junction, for the sale f FLOUR & KAILS. woifj solicit lite patrona-e ol werch n.ts arid dealers. He will keep cnnti'i.tl . hand a large supply of the beti brand of hM, (eonespe, and ('tin ida I lira Flour, alio the celehratel brunus ot t-i-ji anu biuic an-. He i now reeeivin direct frtim the mirtufa'.turcrt, 50M !.:.li. Ohio und (ieaeaive FLOL'U, i01 t'anadr Fxtrn, Ke;s Eale sbln NiU, Which ha uill cUer at prices that cannot fail to ensure patroimji-. AILtJois addressed to V. S. IIIXCKI.EY, West I.ciiaiioii, IV. II. RKrEUENCRS, Messn.nt'KRM; H LAMiDO.V, .Monl.clitr, Vu " K.tT.FMn.NKilwCO., bl" Jhnabo.j.Vl. ' T. ai II. k'UYrJ--, .ewbL.v, t. Ho.. J. STCKI.i;. Windsor, Vt Clessra. A. I.TIIAM 1: CO , U'liile Ui.tr Junction. 12 A nimble A'inepciice is better tliau a sloiv Shilling. OHISON FOSTER, 1KO.M inl.nJlAU.o.. N II iu j i it. o North put. I c that be has L ti-ld. Yl. iiifuiius bis frisnds ami thti opctiuj a WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL W INDIA GOODS STORE, ' t thn New lore, n.ir the Railroad Ctiitdm ulirte ho i. prepired to furnish, at nil timt,aaJ iu any! arjutitv , all the arn ti-" of rl iple and useful artittca wf I " VEiT GOOIiS I Ami 1 Fresh fioti ihe !infvitr and ! incfirturcrf it I wiiol:;sale ami ret.mi j niir his extivcsivc and well selected stock of ;ood mav , he touru CO Ml bush. T. I SALT, IU)01i, coarse and fine ZWJ tlo. M- I bes Uo. SO bhda. N. O Suj4ii. 1 1 do Porto Itieo do. bies Hsvanua do. !J0 !!.!-. Markerel, 50 lob-i SitlnMiii, U5 boie Tobceo, 3J KiS Cfl-'e, -1JU0 b.ii; stooud Rock Salt Liveri-vol &stt, 33 blits. 4 ruthed aijJ ;to. i?u;ir, 10 b x. E. Host on Lf. do. CU hbs.'s X Ci. Molasses, j do Sajurltnii-'c no. HO (i ii.ta! CtX la.h, 5 rh-ts TE , bb s. Lamp OiL tor Hairy tin-, AnJ, in short, rvery thin in tbe line cf Wet and Dry Groceries that ihe w ins nt ihe l. m n tinny r c,'iire. FLOUR BY THE LOAD at the very low! rit, nad ai!s, tal.iss, Sruiiactil Steel at the raai.uf. turers ptl'-e. From the Ion-rxperteoee ol Mi. F.m tin business rrnu tie adan'aes vthii.ii Ur n abletOaiail hin-celf ol in pur chasms' fiom tbe ct "client facilities be h-s for tranpoita- tion,UiJ ttre ben; in snth a kmii ion a tori-reive his roois di recti) from the ear-, be confidently asset's that h ill sell nt allttofs, at as low a rite a cm 1j purchasrd ia I to ton or New Voik with the addition f Freight. Th' is the rro place lor ibe Fainer to brm his produee toeti,and load hnek with his winin tup, 1 of Croccites. lit view of thene f.ct", Mr. Font r desnes ami hope lo mer it a liberal pitfoni;, and pledges himtll'to ua every honorable etT"it to u;t thoixs who may call u,oo Lim iWlb as to pi ice aai qaality of oods. PRODUCE of all LiiMfs reeived in exehmcr f.r comla at as jcod bargains as botdtrrs cm obtain in tbe coun:ry. Toihose h reside at a diotauce, the WASHINGTON I'OL'tfE," situated within a convenient dutaoeo frm the StatiHi, alTurd every accon.n.oUalK'ii the TruTtller and Teamster can wish, at ai rcuioaable rales as iay public hooae in tbe C-UilllV- WaUrburi, Vt., Dec 4, 1S1P. 52f Immense invoice of Merchandise AT THE OLD SOUTH C0E,jtER OF BADGER, KEITH & BARKER. poi taut to t'ie 5nrcliasiu C'tniuiiuiiit'. tVU tkf plessure in civm bonce tt thf P"tple of Ver- moat, th it we havo I rcn ii-envtnr bv datlr arriTnU from the t ur f.r ihe t.ist Four ei Is, our immruie flock nf MrrchandMn foi thn Winter Trade, uhfli we aure out fricn.la ivill b keit temrlflt- in everv rrsuc l Our Iihkslj ariit received and pilid p,rcaJy for inspection. Oui I slock vf I.atlics Stress S: C2o:iIt Goods, compri-es an rndless Variety cf all the lalet otyles and fab tici now in gue. Heal i. A. 'I hi'tet in colours cf rcet, blue, m iroon. iiTfvt u, rsionw, lilac R and nra .11 ip ica, I yoocn, .Mohairs, .Almandme. .Mpnies, lndiauas,Oil an. Gala tlaida, Wore ed tuihams. Plaid Limeys, EpjIisIi, Fn-nch and Amti- can 1 nut, &.C. KICIl t)Ii:SS MUiS. Wnvtoull pay to all who re in went of a Ri-h Drrn silk, that wo give part'tulur at tint tn to tl is brine h mf oar trade, anil ha. e always on hind a Ur; aortmeut ot tbe latest impmlaiioni. huh UOUhlc lie en tlllCK ltnlian, " " lirodu flhtne, " .-atiri de Chinef, Changabltj Brocade Fiure, " do Fl,in;.iid Kej-'t, do atio de Chiues, ' I?triid and Fied do do audare reccivmadditious coutlut!y. SHAWLS, SHAWLS. Ad wool Cashmere Loo; Shawls, SduireduL iti green, blue, drab, s.:arlctai.-d whit center. i'Jiiiient astmereanu t:rocna co vanetr otctiiuli, iiay state Lop; and piarn do. miiIi aioul-d and plain cealert. It i ncrhipv unaecesssrv lotiteak ofthe supenoiitr "f these Sbavt Is er aH olbtr woollen Shawls. - s tezards stvle. ; fabric and corr.fjrt to l be wearer. A per need but to I see them to be persuaded to buy. I Broadcloths & Cassimores. English, French, Oerinmi, an.l .mrriean CLOTHS in color of lilnck. Blue Bl.ck, Znviihlo Green, Blue, Drab and Lrown. Getman Uoesktnv in black and fancy culots. FreneU and American do. I do do Cassimetes. altinetta. Twed .', Suttiniils, Tweeds, ic.c. VlTINf.S of every variety.! Domestic Goods. Heavv and Fine Uiown Sheetin'', do do Itieach'd Do. Brown Diillinfl, TicLinzs, Strtpev, Denims, Wickinji, Twine, Wuddin;, Varns, Baltit.y, Flannels, Ifuder Shirts, and Draweis, lc. 1c. 1 ouocmti.es. A zo assortment alwavt on h ind. Teas, Tobicco, Spices, Browo and Cnih'd Sopir, Sate, ratu-, .Molasses, Katsins, Starch, Soap, dndles, Lamp Oil, Ace., also 1 CUKK'S ISLAND SALT by the load or otb-rwue. Crockery. oitOCKKKY : OUli IMMENSE SALr-? for the pastyeir in Cmckery have warranted oui making more eitetisirii arranemu ii.au ever tn this branch ot uui trade. libouh it is WELL KNOWN that we KEEP iho LARGEST ana MOST COM -PLETi. slock that has ever lw.en kept iu tou. We make additions to our ware E EUV WEEK, aiul wecanassore customers thai we always have nu hand ihe Utvsl ty lrand at the lowest prices. And we are pre pn red lo sell hy tbe CRATE or otm iwie, as purchasers may desire. All ihosv wl.oarefurnirhm; Hotel or about keep'.o house, will find it Tor their luiettsl lo examine our slock b. I'-iro purchasing. We hav now on baud aad re;emn; ai ihe D.-poi: 100 Dinioj and Tea Celts, complete, cf thtl beautifot pal- tun Tbe MO&t UOSE; 101 ; WHITE GK UNITE; 3JU Doens Plates, Nappit, PUlUis, linkers, Tureeut, Bowls, Pitchers, &.c slc Rich Gold Band China, Tea Setts, eatite, contaioicg 70 pieces. A full and complete assortment of Common Wire. UL.ASS WAKE. 403 dozen Glass Tutnbters. Glaw Custaids, Win, Ef 54, GoMets, Sugar Bowls, Ciearaen, Water Pitchers, Iupa, Candlealicks, 5 and 6 Bottled Castors, Briltaoia Ta and Coffee Pols, Aatial, Solar, Centre, Side, and Fancy LAMPS. sett Ricfc TABLE CUTLERY. Spoons, Table Mats, Shovels and Top, Brass Candle, ticks; and a very complete assortment of Cocas for Table and House Keepin. To our friends in .NORTHERN VERMONT, we would ay we are able to furnish them by tbe Load, or smaller quantities, at better bargains than can be found elsewhere. This is tbe place for the people to get their lit oijls. Mcotpelier, Dac CO, 1619. 93 i3oston. GRINDSTONES Tea SaLE IT LOMBARD & HALL, IS Sc. 1 i I.c;u N's Wharf, Koston. Pis. V l..iUliti.1UKIlL.l I ire rtffst (ualil; aud ;rit. 1 umstantljr on band t'. aeleel from. rt ' "'J'l' Jlakars, Ate and Tool Man.fsclur.rt, J!. .1 1 IT Sl"-I". iac.JLc., larje sizes ol tbe !! Mm jrils, soft .M r under ILe tide water, aut a til 77 w,t '""k ' Also, ci.iM, aiul tiarUer ORITS fur rrindlrii atl, btt binfe.. sringta.c aj & . Also, a ar. .tcV f".m, b,ndGrii.dsttoes, f..r F.TO...' Mauafic!uier.,of se.-j sLp,'clow , Crlrsd.lwin, fioishM, a Is,,. ..,-,;, ,oll mlit to ots I.sr-ila uhi.lss.jld tin. I . . . . i atiftclion. , . .vui C.J vtarruled to Et Ifoston, Jao. 1, 5Ca.n Kcuj-tlork. ISIackAVoors ITIaaziiio, and tbe Kritish Quarterly Reviews." OWIAO to lb lte revolutions acd counter revoTatTon mon; the nrttiou of Kurop-, vbi;h have foil wedT each otlirr in tnck succasion, and of which "ihe end is cot yet,1 ihe leidii. penodtcaU uf Great Smam havo becorao mrrsled with a decree of interest hitherto enkoown. They occupy a middle e round between the haatv , dtojomted, aid neeefsanly imprrfert tecords oftbe newspaper, asl tbe ela borate a d ponderous trenliies to be furnished by tha but on an of a future day. Whoever reads thesv periodical o'o taii.s a correct and connected account of all tie important political events of tje oM world, as they otrn, and learnt the" voiious coni:l8ion drawn fiom them by tie leadta spirits of ihe age. The Ameriran Publishers tht-?e foradeeia it proper to cilijfnewed attention to the work- they if puh lith and the rery low pncesatwhifb they are ulleMd to s&b tttbr. The fttllovinj is thir lut, to wit : THE LONDON aUAP.TEIILY KEVIL'IV, THE EniMtURRU UEVIEIV, TiiE'oitTii uBiTisu m:tnw, THE W ESTM I XST E R RBVIKtY.aml ULCKWOOIFd EDINUUUUn MAUAZIXE. In lhe periodicals are contained the vn? ws, moderatflr, tl.ooh clearly and fiiroly expressed. of the tbue jirat pai tnit Frland Tory, Whi ind Rm'ical UUckwood1 til ihto lindfiD (li..irlrrlvt are Turv : the " I7dmtnrh Ki view" Wins; aud-t'ie ; WesimintLr Ueview" Liberal. I The "North Brill th Ueview" twes its cstaM.shcaent t the eat eceleasLeal fKovement iu Scotland, and is am ml tra in its views on any ae of tbe frard depart went s f ba nin knowledge j it was vrrint.ll rdticd by l)r. Chalner( and now. since his death, r conducted by Ms ton in law, Hr. Hanui, associated with fir Iuvia Itrewster. Its 'itrrarv cli'iractfr is ofthe very Lihe.t order. The 4Wetniioster, though r-priuted under tnit title only, is published in Hag land under the lit! vt the Foriii tioarterly ami West ininer.,it bein- in fact i union oftbe two Keviews fwrm- r ly publisli-d and reprinted under separate titles II hm, iheieforetiie advautss by this con.buiutioTi, of uaitfi ta cne work tbc ti.t faaiurekcf both as tetelofutu ifoeJ. The abovtt PericdicaUaie reprinted ia New Vvrk, hnnie dist ly on their arrival by tbe Urilih Stearoeis, in a U mti tut cl ar ljiMr. rp fine white paj-er, uud are faithful coyie. ef the cnim'ii, C!ackwoods Msziue baut; an eiact f-sw ile the LMinl-uih edun-n. TETtMS. For any one ofthe four ttt-vitwa $3,00 per a of urn. l-urunv lud tio. d,'JU Fr any three rio. For all tour of the Reviews, goo 3,00 Foi lt!rkM.i Ma.-.,nri. For ULckwond and three Keviw, i ur r-HcKwofd aro th r-m i;iew. Pay meats t-j Le made iu all cases in advance. CLriihlNO. F"ur eopie of any or all of ib- above works wilt he r it l one address rn th piui nt cf tue reaular j'tcnptia for three the fourth ropy beir.- gratis. R mittaucej ar.d comiuun.cation should be alwj ad dicsaed, poal-psiid or lunVeit, to the Puitih. LF.ONAKD MOTft CO. M 71 Fulton -tre. i. .. Yoik. Lutmur-il Co'd 3t- IjMTED STATES Wholesale Clotlvsng Warehouse. LEWIS & II AN FORD, Nos. 252,254, 256 5i258Pearl St. ULTWLCN Ffl.TuN STREEV ti. ULKM.Sti SLIT, NEv-YORK, AECTIIELAIiUUjr MaNL'FAL IURERSOF CLOTHING IN THE UNITED STATES ! And ure now oflVrin lhtr eitrr.tivn i i-or.-nent for 'he SPUING & SUMMER TRADE, suited to all niark.-ts. AIo ..n nr. act? slock of Vt liite Slisrt-, Finimel Miia t, Drawers, ttc Oil Clothing and Covered Hats. Catalojuei ot stock sent by Mai. One once, and no deviation. January I, 1830. O.iaCU promptly filed. 5f:f"$ Artificial Teeth. THE BEST POSSIBLE STYLE. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PPsICE. rfillLRKii no necessity tkat pei-H.s v.ho ear artniciit Teeth should he annoyed by the fuults so cuuic.or.'y st en in them, viz ai im;tfrtet Ct, t it a perrepnble n oiioq to tbe m w hile speakifs, or an u'iviuu- ami embarrass n-g f ' fort to keep then in place , teeth too short r too Ion and conspicuous ; and unnatural and 'md c hir ; bspe so ta as to ctve a diS3;reenbe eiprssion to t' e moL'.li and utb a debetency in treolb as to bo uuab.e t learth(t siran gruu'tn- in mastication, winch ell w)l nidde ti-elh sSuald do. Teeth are made in tl.e AiAu2 ;'tle rf jHrVct,ilher in whole ets or parl of a act, an.l tm.ATxi run ftjh all or the above mctioicu r t-is. ct Da. 11. KIM BALL. N..52i filiOADWAV, NEv-OUK. Dr. K. hs for many jfti ;iven tpecul attantion to tha manuficture acd seitin; of Aitmr at 'J reth, snd has it his eio toj prisons cf the highest sk'It in the different prot-ess. es of this ditScult art, and he ailow-j no weit tto ozt of his fiaStikhmeitt that is not in eveiy resp-l of th-" rery highest cltaratterv hole and half sets of teet'i, are ! rut lit made on tie pr-mcplc pJ tvicikckic raeiscat ttn aid ktary gtU plates y are ustd, white m 'lions uf teetb ofeteiy postible aiie.shi)' aiid cn!r, coaWfi him tu select mci as nie exactly adapted to the arii' nlar necesilL,s ut fariicase. Wilo there great and obvious edrantaer.snd the v.p'iience of a i.irje mid lone eoi.tinud practice. Dr. K. Md.tj f(a tf Tttth vt tXt s:iae pruts tk.t jitrttni tn th. ruan try cam Aars (e made for i tkt fcit vr Ttltagt rkert (Ay rfitrfi-, so that any one may bive, ett9 chtapatr'ei, Vu Aiff-( jfy eirrri, and themitll tipene of a viMt to Sr York Mill b-t more than lepaiil ' the perfect rertr i&ty o) hatin? Teih roaile that rhall faH safiVr Lie iAfcr rr- j,eetattmiftke treartr, for coniunt practice and the ox,cri "r vJ ''om a Ur-- ti-!UoI observation, .ecurea per- fr tion in thrriuanufactuie not sLt.ni.abte by tioe wbocafce oniy a lew sets in a year. Dr. Knorall aims to meet tho wants of that larje elan t thecotnmuniiy vtho-e ciicumal jures have btwbenu pi nt ed them f.om a'eilin; tbemelver ofthe service uf tbf irot aecimp!ifhed oper.iloia. and mil give topersoo of tUe mot mvdfrutt wrea, at a fov fnte, tho cooifurt and ad vant.tfe ota title of work which has hitherto Wen attaina ble only by thoe who.ould afford t pny ll.o highest prices, icYtcA such icerL m indeed richly vortt but w hich all cannot pay. A ure and tall factory ; round of corCdence in n!t eiice to the ability of Dr Kimball to fulfil these cnduurs, i found in the oprtation of one governing prin'iplo of Ii.a business, wbicli il, that whenever a pfct of srsr u j(kia td 4 placed in the straf't, tX pntut u ef fUi imttJiU vtth it i tttry particular t as rrardj strew gill, appearcett JtttclvrfraH2Lt0eUepeTtaihtH tj if, Ae u at ptrftct hb fffy ( dfcute faiiar it, Ihe whole rik of roaktr-o perfect and ta'isfaetory operation Dr K. preft t to asaume himself. Eveiv needful ducction for the prtpar ition oftbe mouth, and satisfactory inforr-nt.oa of any kind r-latinf to the sub ject previonily to hini; teeth made, c.inehvd by addrra 4in Dr. Kimball tt hi place of burincis. No. 52 Brvad war, New Veik. Ucl'crs to I'r VALENTINE MOTT.Picf ?ur;ery. Dr.GKANVILLE HMlin; FATTISO.V, TrU. Anaionir. of Ibe t'unvrily of .New VoiV. New York, No. Hi, 1-41. 51J5 Fresh Fish! Fresh Fish! TIMO. GROSS EGULAKLV receives Fitsh Fitli twice a week from Boston, and will l happy to supply families with the atticle al reasonable laics. Montpelier, Jan. 1, lr5i). fi A Safe that is A Safe. JilIE uVcnbr is aer.t for the - it of DENIO, OIIE 1 NEV &. CO'3 .N'.JaTTiA an aj'icl. whirh has p-a-id through the Cery trial, and miy b. c nbdcntly relied ep on is may been by the foitowiti letter, which way Le eu at my store : FiTciittcaa, Dec Ilth, W Messrs. Denio, Cherey JL Co : Gcn : The safo we loobt of you was in the fiie from three to four hour, and wa nearlr white but a eret por tion nfthe lime. Our Books are all perfectly legible aad u n did not lun a uper that w in th saft ; and we coa aider ourselves loitun-ite in bavin? valuable an articl. Vours tes.ectfuily, J lei. W. PUTNAM, For Sale by TIMOTHY CKOM.' MoLtpelir, Jan. 1, l.TO. tS TESTED BY JIAXV. Tilt: Best L'arfajii. .o at II. M. I.OOJlIS', Ilaad c State Street. Xooue will dvultlt attel exauilcau; siur eotiiplKln sttxit of ' Dry Goods, lit aily -Made Clothing, J'eathers, L.ool:ing Glasses, Crockery ami Hard Il'tcrr, lle-if India Goods, SALT, FISH, 4-c, cajp-Puitbascs will Coa n far ,btlr ,, t,,,0, Montpelier. Dee. 25, . - WANTED 1,000 AmrfT1 F00',;ISG3; Also. DRicr i fair pt.eo will ! paiil by tCOTT i KIELIl. BUFFALO ROBES. A r.e" r0"' "r",.' N. I Buffalo Rub-s, which will l. ttotj orTat low p.if... frCO'JTit 1'IKLI BEST FAMILY FLOUU. R n fl HABKKLS fot aale, at price, .a low as tSvJvlVIU elientero. TIMOTI1V CROSel. Jmuiyolier, Janaarj 1, 165X :i OUR OLD DEMANDS. VH Hare sorni 500 botea and demands which wv all J dne n the 1st day of January l-W the time when we closed thn credit system and commenced ibe rash iyaiia. It woald bo rery tiep'easani foi usti put the deniarda in to a Lawyer's hands for collection, but tbls we uiusi do iroot paid by tho l'Jib of Fobiuny nest. J-jl?, 1U5-JL tTor.L-3 4 Mcaju: