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meeting that Wato:lield ln'RIcfimond,Ga on the Vin insL tsoui jirociaimcn their hostility to dii pnion, secesstnri'faj lyBiSrance tb lhegeptfloT ernment,' '.wjiich. cm iment i 'wti tesptadeiU U by the auJier.ce injieart applause. -THEiMAiLSi3 a During the 'session '.of the "Legislature "close .asiouows: -For the Sooth;-daily, 850 Ai'M. West, daily, 3.P. M. . Danville, via .Cabot, Mondays,- .Wednesdays ana i nuays, oju A. ai; 'Derby Line' via Hardwick, Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays, 3 P, M. Bradford via Topsham, Tuesdays, Thursdays uiu oai.uruuys,ir.r. iu. Chelsea via Washington, Tuesdays, Thuisdays and Saturdays, 1 P. M. ' . Royalton via yilliamstown,Mond4yB,Wednes- J j T.:: i n ti , - " wyttj auu rnuuys, r. At. j 'Warren, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, 850 A.M. Hydeparkyia Worcester, Tues. and Fridays, 7A.M. - s , CHARLES. LYMAN, P.Jtf. October. BY WM. C. BRYANT. 't ' J' a-1 Ah.lhoa art welcome, Heaven', delieiooi breath;- Whco waadi betjn to tit the ciimeoo leal, ' Ani.un. jro meek, nd the meek aao. grow brief, And the year .rail., as it dnwi near in death. Wind ofihe aoooy south! ob still delay In the gay woode end in tbe coldoa air, Like a rood old are released from cara. TfJnnrneyiny.lo Ioa sereuftxawar, rTT' "Inlnch abrihl,Jjlellu'ewolUa,LL..f 1 llil.t weir outlie'liie tkea tuutlboweraand Li Took, And, dearer vet, tbe aonihtne nfkind luoke, And mosie of ainu voices erer'nifh 5 ' 4"lT And wheoinj larlaand twinkled in tlie f lata, Tasa aijenilv ioin men aa thou dost pass. illarkcts. Cambridge Cattle Market, iOct. 16. Reported lor tbe Boston Dailr Adreillier, At Market 2693 Cattle, about 1003 n cniiiiinof Workinjf Oxen, Cuwi mod Calrei,2aod Thiee lnr01d.nd Yeailm;. - fric""7M!uYt:t e-r-Extra per cwt.Iit qaality 25. 2oi qualil 5,73, 3d qua I. It $5,00, ordin.fy , e3,00 i Hidci.aCS.tlO.petewt. Tnilow.iJ .. l?tore Working Oxen 867, a95, Cowi and Catrn, S2J, 27, nd37. yeailie,87, 10kundS13 Tmo y-nn.1.l 10. IS, in.j 22. Tlireo yenT old, JI5, 23 arid 3). Sheep and Lambs, 3913 at .Max tel. I'mCEa CMra.3. 4, and 5,0 J- tit lot SI.25. 2.00 2J25 and 2,75. 8wm-lieiil 5 to G l-4c- UemarktExtra cattla tind -btll) and lumln a britV. but the iufcriof rjuitiiiei have out toll quite as jtadilr tfcev did lait -week.' - 70cari came oerlbe Fltchitiry Railroad, and 56crrlb Cojtaa aid liowcll llailroid, loadtd v,ithcaUlei iheepaud .Somber from each Stute. Ctti la. 8 beep &. Lambs. Swine. Ilotses 1173 1 527 2279 t 9C8 ID-H) is si- -m 50 lu 191 3C 20 3a4 seoa 3973 'slT sT Main New Ilampihire, Vrmont, Ma.tactitiitU. New York. Ohio Canada, Total Domestic Wool Market. New Voir Oct let ICaLi Since our last report thert ba been more aetirity in this ""'! wnu wiijBi iraiiBi:i.i9ni ooin 10 new XorlC BOd Iho -Dvigb'toriasciliea Tlierear-, however, parii -who will not 'pcr4tte,bIierinir VVoli loo bigh, and manofjcturert cannot cuotmuo the iHtrcfaasn ofthe aiaple at ptoent prices and meet Iheir patments at mmurity ; iodeed the boldest uaatciB kki iu.i mo unwi are iiciin, and altlioo-i ther arecauliou in creditf, da not calcuUte toclo-e tbe season Ttiinvuuicatiri tjses man lifatl. Unlets tii, unfttTcaen event should trunnir tvt not decline irno preot ratcn a the country is well drained already, and low rad are nut nlntitv n t th ur...i Uod todtireeacli to tht purchase of (tetter qoalities of t "um 01 iiw a rju.uw lbs. Htnnnt which wi ij,uuu 1 os, nun, on private term?, roppoed 4 cent. it wool at 44 renin unA th snia-s qunlily cuuld he purchased in A'ew Yrk at43'ent. iuM,apjearaBcca wariam maoj in suprMMiit that an ef. fortba been mila to ieflaenccthis mar km by keepinr woo! alool, but the stuck was too amall and the money market tt asy. In VuUed WooU ue hear of sales of .Vetera lambs at j5 cents, and email lotsof city pulled at 35 1-Scenta fur upci .uu 0 ior xe. i V quote American Saxony Fleece . FullJd'Kided Merino. 43 a 45 39 a 41 35 a 33 i-ii arm .-3 aierino, Native and 14 lefino, 30 a 34 Eoper pulled cotibtrjr, . 35 a 37 No. 1 pulled do. . . 3.J a 33 Euper pu.led City, . . 37 12 a No. ljiulied Lambs , . 33 a iJrjf Oods Reporttr. Foreign woolen i mported firtbe wea, S193.SW. ittarriages. In East Moatpelier, onTbuisJay, the 17ih toauut, by B. Palmer, Dr. IV. II. II. i:.a,.rc. u, lluuit, I'bTMCiaii. Hellffue Hospital, N.Y.Ciiy(tOaM.iS CP blewart ol tail Monteicr. ?DcatI) In Berlin, Octobri 13ih, Mra. Calbarine P. Cbapmaa, wifo of Jnnies L. Clupman, ased 32 ai.. At Ue.-bf Line, Oti. 10, Franrii llenrj, infant aau ot Hen 1 F and Kuib F. Pr.-nti.., a-ed 6 tnonllia and 7 daya. In Cbeltea, October 8, 1850, Mr Daniel Fell in., ered 91 year. Mr Perkina bad nv er leen coo&oed a ainale day in hie honae preriouj to hi. illneai. EDQE TpOLS....saxes.Ac. itOSWELL PERRIN, South End Arch Bridge, iTlbutpc licr, Vt. - ' 2Iar.ofactares and keeps cooitantly for sole Aniavarutg of olktr'-EDGE TOOLS. llis Azes.dcr. ste made of tbe beat matetul, ofsope riorqualily and Warranted 7rr them. Qf7alercbants sorolied at wholesale. Orders uticitd. Muntpelier, Oct. 21, 1859. 97dN2o. 50 NEW BAY STATE SHAWLS, Of deetrable Pattern. . Al.n, CASHMERE SHAWLS lalel? received and a. pticea none can undersell. Oct. 17, 1650. STOUItS t LANGDON. Granrl Pnnltrv P.vhihitinn. THfi New Lnzland loriety for the Improvement of DO MESTIC POULTRY, will hold its annoal Exhibition a aucuAi ac r.it.PUAV, ISih and 13'J) or Novem ber next, in the Public Garden. Ro.toi. Wrisbt Mammoth Tant Wttl la. ai.aa r... i. i..:.:.i CPartJcnlars will be specified in future advertisements. 4 ci oruer, P7Jw JOHN C. MOORE, Berwrding Secretary. Take Notice. y IICREAS my wife, Clari.aa 0. has U (I her bed an"S v hojrd without any jutt eicu.e, I hereby forbid ail per- .iu.iiiis wiKiuMinj iki on mj .crount, as 1 will pay no debt, of her contracting, since c'eaeitlnz her home against ray will. CHESTER CLARK, Hydepark, Ortober 15, ISM. w:37 COTILLON BAND. T71 H GILMAN s.ves col ire that be is orenaied to fnr- tish MUslC Irom one to nve pieces for Rslls and Cetiljon Parties. Applications made to him, EastCaLts.or u iniurmation eieu br letter or otherwise trroni?.tl attended to. tn. I II ntHUV r.atiM.;. ' East Calais, Oct. 15, 1850. 97";2m Insurance Notice. vftUE neat Annual Meetinj of tte Oranee County Mutual til ,,Lm",u,il;'',il1 bobolJenal Ihe'.Ina of . "P-DOUMNt,, loCbeliea, on Wedneadav.-tbe 13th !- "ccetnotr n it, at one o elk P. M. for the cboio of uu lu. ii.a..cuoaui om.r oeeeaaary bu.lneai. Cbe1..-.,Ocull.l. J"-N """fl.avgty. KICHAUD MAIUTN'S ESTATC" THpE .,',"";b" en appointed by the Honorabl. Ptobite Court for the Diit.fct ot Randolph, smml, looera to receive, eaemin. .t. .11 ' . . ?r'SS',?t " f"P '"' 's e.t.te of Ricb'd Marlyn.lata or VVllimalnwu.iii eaid diatrictIceated,renreanted inul. . ,wj iart ,10 me creoitoia 01 ia uoeeaaed.tttethil.il ail prove th-il respective cUima Z, "' nouce that we will attend to the June, of i.M..1 ..T.V" "wcilinr houae ol widow Orpha uui?" I,,"lln"". ' said di.tricl. on the eeciaii UaVlurn ""ber, and M.rci next, at one o'clock ia tne etleraoon. an each of aaid daya. LHENtZER BASS. 1 Coaanis. mil- . ! AI.YAUBlMONSjlaiouera. Wilhamitown, October 13A. D. 1856 . 97. -JUEWJ.II. A la a ma i s2 ri'ii'c 2aMSEBJSST'l..h "tM a. al . SI.M a? s .,l.J.2' obe,.A.U.1850, " I A1EJUA.W0H M,8,','""'atr. o. iV. ut. 4 and euim Journal. , oawspape. pr Med at MontpelierTSrll week, aucces.iv.ly ai aoon as may be, that tier pear, and at ..Id nai. aod pUee. if tte, eiiaa. LJ "S"0, a vByordaroVlsairi,7 " mmmmmm. A m TrnmrmiT ill AUI11U1 t J..PHILBRICK8. AKnswcr.i tf tht Slort on .Uaiae (ret- reunlly ocevpudiy - " tet.rnw,'C. r ...is TTIEWbietibeK rr.tefnl f .r tkilihi..! lin rd U"on lirut l.il c-a.j..n ........r.. rt. ...... th. 'Citizens end strsere-a iftf thl. ' r.et,r .nil Ik. L...1 . - :.. 1 . 1 ; . . 1 ' PAPER, STATIONERY' AND FANCY GOODS. lnd his """r in pieaae snail at mini leited hv cnailcoo. allenlioa toco.'omereandolteriiif thembookeat iheir own prieeeA . ( - Our asaotttnent eomprt.ee several thousand volumes in all ' 'the various 'departments bf'aneient and modern LV-eratare, -many ortliem in line rW binding., elegantly Ulu.ttst-d and 'all warranted near and nrfitrf. Tt.;. -ii..Im r Bwksiswellwotth the atteniionofth public. Ladies end .... . uTn re inviiea lw eXBBlBS lliCni OO, evert Ol sfe. 'Ladiei ftccon3modaled,witli Uoka ti fair aTera(e ase -. . n isiucuiara,aee tauMigaei, . . i D rannuunca on hbcq evrninv at nail pal u n'eiocK. Alaalen each WRDNESDAV ml RATtrnmv Air. TFRNOON eipieiiljfor tbe Laliei and atran(ett notof ..ELLIS. WILDR(t& CO, A Ueeeeirinn their SECOND fUBUIIASE' of PALL and WINTKtt GOOD3 Ibis day. October SSd.lSSO., S7d s-plcmlid Sijrlcs Xoug i Seitarc RAY SI-ATE SHAWLS. DEAUTIFUL'Cubnrere SHAUXS iu.t reeeired at '- ELI.I9, W1L ELI.I9. WILDER and COi: d' 97 OelobelSS. ALL-WOOL DELAINCS. Cubnares and Tkibels, Printed DB LANE.-), (Iain da LVUNEdE GOODS afesere irrade. Nnw openine at ELLI3, WILDER and CO':!. October! d 97 WET, THIBET HOODS, WontcdTIPPETS, Woriled MITTa and HoaP, Tor the little folks, , Can be found at ELL'S, WILDER 4. CO'S. October 2. " 87 Ton can nlwavs And A Good assortment ol Gloves aod Hosiery at KLLIS, wilder tiro's. Octoberaa. 5 uitTcrcBt Styles DRESS GOODS, Smh as Thibeta, Silk and Wa A Ljoneeses, M. D. Lanes, ia.nrneres, rnnu, tvin:narof,e. Jst received br -STOURS L LAKGDON. Ortober 17, 1"5 97 10,000 YARDS DEOWN COTTONS, Flannels. Ticket and Prilling. Aii, foitoa aarc, vvicain,;. t wino is. itatunt;. iJust leceited. HTOliKS at LANG DON. 25 Hds. & Barrels OF Brown and White SUGARS, and cbtoper than can be bousht- just received by STOEKd St. LANGpON. if. y7 TEAS! TEAS!! AFUESIf Arrival "of pure jen nine anraiied aod an colored Tras ja-t received. Ihuo.'aod on ihouwatxii wholly this .Tea of ys bear temmoay to tle fc -of our selling a better quality aod at less prices than can be bought Oct 17.1653. ' -f- l 97 TOBACCO. CHEWERS. LL who think the vwbit.will suit th e best arliele is nui too food will fiad en. at Kbi J 11 & UAKritilt'rt tict.aa. 97 The T of all TEA JS. tab. found at KEITH c BARKER J. Ocl.E2,im Lancaster Quilts &Rose Blank ets at KEITH and BARKf.R'S. LiUTHEIl CROSS, State Street, UNIER THE VERMONT BANK, TT AS Juit receisr'd a GREAT ASSORTMENT of 11 FALL GOODS, f FOR LAUIMt GR.VTLEMB.V8 XVER, ' SrTo which be invites lh attention pi psrehssers MontcIicr, October 11, 1S30. di .UiMON NURSERIES. rplic aileoiiimof persons wishing TREE,Vc fur Fall " rlantln, Is invited to the eitenivt assortment of FKUIT AND ORANMENTAL Trees. Shrubs. Vines 6t Plants now lor sale at ibis Establishment. Tbe stock on h-nd is very larfe and Una, aod comprises all tbe choice varieties of i he Apple, I'ear (both on its own roots and oh ihe Quince,) Tlum, Cherty and other Fruit-Trees; Grope Vine, Gooteberries, Tarrant, Rasphertlcs, Strawhenies, fee.; Ornament-land Flown. me; hrnl.s of all kinds, adapted to thm climate, Uoie Ddihlias. kc. ; Buckthotn tor llrd'esf r?CIONS ol the celebrated Northern Sweet, and of other FiuitTres; Cuttings ot Grape Viaes, &.c. &.c CAIl orders, attmpamte4 with aemeni, will receive prompt Biietviion, moa me i rees, ve. property pacaea,sni' ped to outer. Frei-hl paid to the Lake. For further parucuUrs, see tbe Tnea Cataloina, wbicJi will be'furuitlirri to H jkmI paid applictnls. Irlattsrsof mquuy, to receive attention, must be POST J. BATTEY, Proprietor. L'nion Nurseries, near Keeaville.N. Y ( V7 I lib mo. Idib, IS50. (dw:4w PUTNAM'S PATENT SPRUNG BEDSTEAD, From Boston. ON EXHIBITION by bis asenl at b PRAGUE'S MA CHINE SHOP, where Ladiea and Gantleman ate re- -pctiuiiy invited to can and examine it. Una testimonial fiom bnndrsds : From llieConrreratirmaliat,! PHTNAM'd SPRING BEDS I'JiAD. Tbe weary, th nervous, the sick, may rest opooil and forget their tronbles. It is a contrivance that msy be warrauted- to giverepon to any thins; but a ruiliy cooicience. Beides, rt is as cheap as any thing elte that is half as good, and may be laken down and put up with very little truoMe. Air Putnam da. serves tbe wakeful thanks and patronage nf the whole sleeping public fr hh invention. Especially in th hot season let an aiticle be obtained ibat will make swelterisg niirhtf at cool Jts nuiumn, aiid frota -whir.h Ihe body eun rise wuh n health and viyoi known only to those who sleep on tbe ttpring bedstead. Montpuher, 19th Oci.lS50. 97dw. VERMONT CENTRAL RAILROAD CO. NOTICE is hereby given, that the annual meeting of tbe Stockholders ofihis Cmnanr. for Ihe election of Dirce- tors, and tbe trans jC( ion of all other proper business that my he presented, will be holdeu atlturliogton ou bo 26ih day of November next, at 10 o'clock At M. tit rueroi tne u tree tors. E. P. WA LTON, Jr., Clerk. October 16, IS50. PARALLEL RAILWAY AXLE-'. GKOKUEUARUNEK fc CO., a Lihertr Square, 80 r I on, offer for sate ParailelRailwav Axles, of snnerior onalitv Tbe paral el Axle., Irom late experiments In England, have been shown by Mr G. B. Tboraey croft, to be superior to iiny umrn now in ue. Ucu 15tb, 1850 wlm LIST OF LETTERS ON hand Octc-ber 1st, 1859, in the Post Office at Water bnrv. Vt. Miss. Atheiton and! 31 iks Cathnae IIo-i . Ui Patriek O'Brlei., .Miss LaVinia Par te her, Mrs Mar B Pierce, M. R. Parka. Miss Julia M Buj-j Hkicnaai ueaiv. Ioee,: Mist Mary Ann 'John Healy, John Harlow, ilrown, Michael Boyle, lohn Ryrns, John Con dun. W m. Ilaseltine, Robert Hill. lerreb Richards,, wiss rnttena itun fnela. Charles Hoag, C.'F. Kenjon, llonora Kinovans, Dennis Lvnch. "Hmothy Sleeper, tlorvev Smith. John C. Cruaaett, S George Duncan, Patrick Dillon, 3 jjohn fmttb. iimotny jearv, Ti Miss Caroline Slav I naid.'S iCnaries U .Smith, John Dee. 6LM Foil.: It, JohnGrielv, ? Samuel Graham, Michael Gallivan, JohnGilffin, Pl oi Den iiis Gor man, Thentat Grendy, MlssMttildallogan iii-s rusan stevesia lohn Sears. tMniei niurunr. John Spillane, Ichn Murphy, John McCatthy, Michael McCarthy. Miss Budget Ma. TlmnlJ.. Vl4n,w J tin. cuttery, Micbaet:ext.M. Patrick Reullr. t:.. tf iV... ratnc lUh. tlustavus Young, unis OBritn. tt. C. SMITH, P. M PELATIAH ROGER'S ESTATE. STATE OF VERMONT,! Tbe Probata Court for the Dis Randolph DisUict, ii. t trtct of Randolph t To all persons interested in tbe cs'ate of PulatiaU Ruser. late of Randolph, in said District, deceased, testate. 7r sel la. Doctoi Wallet Carpenter, special administrator of said es tate, proposes to tender an account of Ins adm in titration, and towsenl his account arainst sid eat. ta for examinatioa and allowance, at a Probate Court to be held at the Regis ter-, oiuee in iianaoipn, suresaid, on the 3d Tuesday in No vember next. You, are, therefore, hereby, notified to appear, before aaid Court at lb e time and place a fore id, and, if yon see cstue. content the allowance of said account. Dated at Randolph,' this 14th dv of October, A. D. 1850, ,j. ti. iiu iLiiiiaau.-v, Kegi.tsr. Harvey W. Carpenter's Estate. STATE Or VERMONT. J In Piohate Court held at Moot Washington District, as. ( pfiier, within aod for aaid district, on the 15h day of October, A. D. 1850. SOPH ROM A S. CARPENTER, executrix, of tbe last will and testament or Harvey VV. Carpenter, late of Kottfarleld, ia said ditrict, deceased, presents her adminis tration account of ai ttlement Wheieopon, it is ordered that the same be referred to the 4th' day of November uextf at the office of H. Carpenter, ia aaid JWortbll-ld, for examio aline pd allowance ;ran4 that all eoaCerned be notified hereof, by tbe publication af this order la tho Vermont Watchman and State Jonrnal, a newapaperjninted at Mdnt Plier,tbree Weeks eueteasivelj aa ooa as aaay be, that they may appear, end at aaid time and place, u the aee aaose, object thereto. BytheCort, .1 - .w. UK MAN CARPENTER, ledge. ,eTl?.OF vEMOXsTt (inPrebateGourt held at M-nt- , as, pelisi, within and lb. k aaid H.-.a .t.., via ' am AJ VI ClOOSfa A. U. lOSVi aEORGE WOltTUlNGTON.adminialwor.af Ihe evtaU .of .flesauo N. Be. lies. Ul. .r U..-.U l. ..m m..- Uict, dteeuad; makes applieatioa tol.sid Jcuit lorlioana. .... wmv reai eeuio oi wkjefe Iho said deceased died ae.ied and poeaawaeliia this futer rs:sMBUar thst Ike sale or said e.tata la aacoaaary ia order lo pay tho debts a tne saio oeceaseo ana eapen.es of the adaajaistratioa of aaid eltate, the persooal property of aaid deceased heiei issall eient for thst purpose, Whereupoa it Is ordered. by aaid Court, that the taut applieatioa be heard at a stasia, thai eel to beheld attbe Probata office, in.eaid Uoaipeucr, aa tho Sib day nT November, 18.VI,snd further ordered, that action of aaid application and tho reason for tea same, aad of tho time and.pt.ee appointed for the hearing thereof, be girea to all pertona intere.ud, by the publiceUea. of.lhe aasM three weeks saeeesiirely bekereasad lime appointed, ia the Ver aaeot WatchauaaodHtataJont;iA'oewinaperpriaAa.ia hleaaseJm, Ihat laoy My appear at said tina aad Ucs, aad' how aau. why tko Hceaao pnyad forskooUaotba frualad. s - Br ccdex of Ceail J &c. - - i ' Atuat, T.B.MEaBIU.,l4tIr" ilivDiAcaEPrcY. THE goWcitr-fcaifWf Wawa-ieeoafelly enxared fa '?rre-aTfMFE&3fONS rSicertiiMl aliksof tbe HevoI6tHmi.ry WV.'aodTilrtyin il-elaie wkr, and in ob .UmiDBsnnt La ad. will r ode raid to'ati tboM wko'mav desire to obtain bis services- Uareatii. 1st all raseabtaia for tka wiawwT'of officen and s4dMrs of the Revolution toe aaae aasotsat wkicb J heir haibaDdtvrlra'w.i iMacv wid. ws sad soldterslbavedied withoOt obuiaieftbe peaslon diMtoUen,swhicmlieeaM obtainv for their beirs, aad also mcrease iitir-tWeai whs re thsybaVe not draw a th amount is. which seey wrevfttuioa sua wiirowain uoaaty land fr the office! s and soldiiits.who served ia tbe late war with Great CrHainapov terms so reasonable that all who employ bias will ho-Inllr sauifietl.' it -Any .oni wi.binc to obtain infotmalioai will please address bitn, pott paid, West Fsirlee, Vt. cotosaonicatiog tbe facts a case- i He, an A rent of mat exserienco wha reaidos ia tlei Cityot.U'aabiiiitoajiaod bethinks be can euceeett in a'l josi Claim. HlPUs;.N THOMAS. .vert 1'a.ilee, VLOcL 17, 185a. 97itv97:bm, LACLS t& ElI BROIDERY. . . - a'lidhonds'wMebiackailk edjin-a' JEK.NY I.INDCCPFS and Jl AW f LEr', at, KlUTH t UAUKEB'3. ai LOTUS and Cariimercr lellin; at' treat birnln at KEITH RAllkEBtJ SASH & GLASS. SCOTT & FIELD hnsa enatanllr on band iad for Bale, SASll atni'AflSorelliizes.'atMroloweit (trices. September 19, ldSO. y ' JJlO B A Yl STATE SH A WiLS RIUII I'atterna lor aale by ST0KR3 & LANG DON. .-BepteahrrB.-rrr it-" rmO TrtTTTT ' BTdntpelier, Sept'. 12, 1850. KEITH & BARKER. ABU teceivinj Iheir New Fall GCODS tbia week. Tieaae call in. Silver Spoon Manufactory. ATTHrTCJU) STAND OP IRA S.;TOVN, cs 1 a i t. a nttci i wuiN rriL,ihK, v iv 1 ARE pleasure in informin; tbe pubiie that they are) Jl Maootaetuting at reduced iicef, Stiver, Table aod la I SPOONS, of all sixei and styles. Desert, do Salt and Mui- lara no.. trnj, rUai, bravy andBuUp Ladles, Sugar, Tea j and Dining Foiks.Sbuvets. Botter Knies. Ace J - 0Eerv attKleauid bv then is ma niifar tared under their I own aopei micaoence, and can be warranted ut tbe itest sna-i I tenai. is persons wanting fpoossof any ktmi,. they oflWr I tbe advaatageof.'MiiehasiBg at tbe lowest possible ?neea aod I uurviiTai t.Hat Manuiaciurcr. JO" Persons wishing to purchase Silver Spoon of any da sciiptioa, to sail again, will be furnished at regular whole- aie piicea. WMJ.w.lU, RICH WATERED SIIKS. (Y7ELVE1S. and Sattnjoi bonnets new , stile Strar'Bon- nan, a- , Jrt I It CL UAttriUK'3. ,0 AS1IMEIEE Jong and Square Shawls at V 4 KEITH die BARKER'S. THE PLACE Above all other FlaccsMu moHtpc- llevt S.h tasa.' Rich, and Good Goods Cheap. iet ELLIS. WILDER. dcCU Cu'd. State Street. Oct, 10. d I Riqtl AND BEAUTl'FtUL Liresa Silks.-ThlhRts-CanhnifspoaJ T.f.T.nWpcA'rlnrt alciA!, ' at lauw Pileea. For tale wholesale and Retail, by vtits ivrrnra rr Stite Street. Oct. 10, 1853. d I BLANK BOOKS. A FRESH SUPPLY of all aoitt, just received an.) for sale ov K. P. IVAI.T11V JL- ll V. Jouel.O.teM. BEAUTIFUL RIBBONS. iiCAibiiLU and cnena, unena iteinni, very rich, at ' KEITH Sc. UAUKl-.R'S. THE PLACE TO BUY Bay Ftitc Shiwla ia at KEITH .t BARKER";). BAY STATE, CASHMERE SHAWLS IN great variety at Uct.J0.-lS3). KEITH t BARKER'S. 4 1 MEMBERS OF THE LEG - -ISLATURE. - OU c.n buy Clolbini of everv de.cription Cheap of FLLIS, WILDER, as O CO. Pome and ."w-r. SCOTT iV: FIELD Have a fll supply of DRY GOODS. GKOCEKIES, HARD W AlttS, fAlel UlU.P,AILeP,lleA?JBA31lI UlalKUa I tc all of which will bo so.d low fur Cash. Oct. 1(1. d. w. LIGHT I LIGHT! ! Pore Pperm ElenbanfWhaledt Laid Oil-Also. Marsh1. Talent liurning wis, turasle by tCO 11 At FlbLD. ALL WOOL THIBETS. " M HE LANES stud au Extensive As sortment of Rich DRESS GOODS. of every description, at KEITH Sc. BARKERS. LADIES' MER1N O VESTS it atKeith & BarkerV ItlCH DltESS MLKS. Nal! Colors at KEITH ac BARKER'S, Oct. 10. d 1. STRANGER ! VTOUean spend an houi veiy profitably in lookiegover the I o- immeDse .iota oi itICIl DKESS GOODS. CLOAK GOOD?. Silks nnd shawisr itch em'Jto.denes. do. riblons. Cloths and trimming., crockery and glass ware, rran iti.piay of amps andcnina waie, that IS piled Dp nt hbliU Sc. II Alt - ! Bit eS. d. SNUFF & TOBACCO. Fine Cut St. Ctivendiib Tobacco, SnulT tc Pipes, sold by I frUUi l BL riClaU. THE LARGEST ASSORT ment of Crockery Glass Ware, and uutiery, Can be seen si the Extemive Es tablishment of ELLIS, WILDER, Sz CO. ARGENT PLATE. . jija-POONS, Forks, etc, rrnide of this newly dif cover-1 Aert material. eupereaae an articias, sucn a. ixermen Silver, British or A Ibat a Plaie, as a sulstituto for ?ilei Plate. Deig chemical If free from imparities, it wiihsian'W.lhe stmng te.wf Anna Forii, and beinv hard ana white throughout, maintain! a eolor ci-isely irsemhliag ilvei. auu improves by use iUYVN St HALL. 96. dw. 1 f. JEWELRY AND SILVER SPOON MANUFACTORY. raHINNCYot MEAD keen coastnnllr on hand as rood an r atortment of SILVER WAfEE of their own rn.nuf.ic turn Is c m be found in this Si at", whjcti will be sold at pri ces which cannot lail to suit cu.lom?r4.' 1'INE JEWELRY of all kinds. Gold Chains, fcc, romu- iiciiien iu uiusi iruni -.uiuruia, uunu u i ALL THE F1XINS FOR THE LITTLE CHILDREN, I at KEI I'll at BARKER'S. WATCHES & JEWELRY. nllLNXEY tc MEAD would caU the attention of Mem- i. bers of th4 Lrsinlature and others to the fact thst we have Jut received Irwn Uoston and New Ytrk, in .addition I to our lormer stocx tne most complete assortment ul I e.les in our line it business to be found in this State. Wei have a larfn and sotendid a.curtmnnt of GOLD b. SILVER I WATCHES, mod of which' were imported by ourselves, and will bear corapMriaon'witli uoy. GOLD PEN, whole aale aod retail, manufactured expressly for oar own trade. LAdies' anauenta' Vl!tt Ulltl nt the latest and graateat variety of pitterns. GOLD LOCKETS, GOLD GUARD,' r'OK. and VEST CHAINS. GOLD KEYS. GOLD and HAIR BAND BRACELETS. s-ILVER, SHELU BUF FALO and HORN COMBS. CANES. BRUSHES of all kinds. Children's Toys in cery variety. Violins tc. Btw, Bass Viol .tnd -Violin Strings andBrtdges. Lubin "Perfu mery of alt kinds. Yankee Notions, aud in short, without attempting t enumerate, we would say to one and till, Hi you are in want of ant thing In our line, just give us a call, J auu we win enjjagfj to uii jpu in aino, quiiiiy ami raici. 1 Ht B. Welches and Jewelry of every description neatly repaired and Tar ran led. Jewels replaced in fine watches, and warranted as good as ueotiginau a i COMMISSION STORE. T'HE suVscrtber bavin opene'd a commission Store In I X- LOWELL, aolicits orders fur the sale of all kinds "of coontiv nroduee, Oso-llr sent lo this market, includinr wilier, unease, rora, ueei, oxuiion, uraio, abfgs, rooiuy. By giving bis undivided attention to this Botiasis,' be j hopes to merit a sbaie .of pnbtie patron age. Four per cent- j only will he charged on art of tbe above articles, including I star are. Liberal adva-iees made, if required. ox country prouoce, au auoaa oi uroceries. , . GEO. M. DEWEY. Lowell, An-. 26, 1850. uarcr to Messrs. MORK1LL Jc CO. i DUDLEY It" WHITNEY, A. R. RBOlVN. Esq. of Lowell. - .. J. W. BEARD, Esq. ) . 69 Jm I TILLAGE HOTEL V40OTWV'Cai88Sy W V. a-1 hn tPtmsA n ' ' riiuritLCiuu. TBE above earned Hotel, situated in the'Ceatra orHoot pelier Villaee, has been recently fitted op 1.1 the belter accommodation oft he Public. The proprietor ia determined lhata.otfoe.oa- hia part ahall be wanting to reader this hotrse pleasant home Tor .ik. traeellee. . Aaantinoauea of tba lilanal fpaOo.il wlaieh the " Travelling ambiii have heretdforo aaunded u4t,s eediciled ry the rabhe's humble servant. . jjl . W . N.B. ..Patrons to this Raaaa will ha earrlsj i. ..J ft.. thecars by takirj. a aeet la the coach free bona chares. i. ' it. . . T . . cariiea to ocaer nana oi uo vioago v TUUUU vT detwi, avutMII lb UllUUI, KC.4Ke. 1 . ''"timotht'c ross," A' Kr Bek Bridge, Stale Stnet, WWlftlWIl aUjtl V, MaeW. CS3 I -BAY STATE -StTAWLS. ' eCOTT't FIELO kasa a aloe I at Loar aad Banaia " JAT..aTAT SHAWLS,- which will ba iaU at Low September 19, 1830. H A i CHAiKDWARliJHt! T e.. If m watt Uetlary-if yoa our winu, owrrr c meld. - September 19; 185ft: CONGKESS WATER. Jvom. j&jVsi lu iresn irom vao rprm. Dy roi.i.ivsA tc. PIERCE. iu v on m wonipeiier, Joly win, IBM. 83 urav STATP & HTH l?R . u ' OnilH IjO i-t "j SCOTT 4. FIRLU. IMPORTANT. DRIUB Casindiak Cbewl.ir TOBACCO .t l, T -. LLIS, WILDER, Sc. CO'S. wwi in oraoca uritin, ehbi. eiraau. Oct. 10. di . T; mum I I A& reeeistd fiom Xaw-Yotk and Boalva, a larre and rood aaaortraent nf TTaH'.rtMHn fl-'TTf.' - i a . uats) uapa a r urmsning uooas. MOLE SKIN, BRUSH. ANGOLA, tc. 2000 QPSfi OF ALL STYLES.nnd QUALITIES. r .theap for Cash. GENTLEMEN'S EUMISHING "GOO'DS. A LARGE aod Splendid Assortment erGeMllemm1. Pur nt.hio? Onoda. IUr reev.il r 1 1 Shirts, Bosoms. Collars, Stocks. Cravat's. Suspenders, GLO VES, Mittens, fre. ftTbws.who wiJi for 'the bestarticl, r.n.l .tii.. ,"P,3r').e',s,lJ"tBf',"A31'3 U.T CAP and FUR September, 1650.. Saratoga Sarins: Water. C n CAata trash darator. Suiha tVater .for ctale bv ' BANCROFT s, nm.ura July 1.1,1850. ' gj " Webster's Unabridged Dictiona- rv. llin C"!. f" at the low price of $5, by UU E. P. WALTON t SON. OCTOBER 14. 1850. SECOND STOCK Fa I Goods now urrivins at STiirrs a.-. i.AKnnnvia TOWIToFHALL, Stale Urat, Manlpelief, Vt. K't 2'?!!' K..Sci..or., etc the Cuilerv line. tMefselaij . - alleTes Tobacco and SnurT Bois,52iPSiS Walk. id; Duc.ifiivi v-nes, etc etc Aiao. Shnll fOMlie ebnsilinof PUin .ml Rough OULll VO IHrjS, J T(et Hv ( h with Bands orLong Hair, IIlfD VslI?la air. niTn ursssitr F.encb Fiixetu, American d. BisIdUilltw UUfiAi CorU. Ringlets, etc.; Toilet Sosim. Perfumer v. etc. eft. Ladies ii.d cent te men are iuvited to call and examine arti cle, and trire. Fine Watches ot all descriptions repaired by a practical aau exnerienoHi waicotn.aer. Oct 17, 1650. y.,AwU. H. Waldstein, & riHE welllnown Optician,begs leave to inform his friend, The Legislature uf Vermont and the public in gener al, that he has aratn armed In this place, and wit), wbtNt t- - Ci.idi,. ..i; .;.i,iJu,!ii.l'.. - I his sojourn, fit all tbe we.tk-.i-hied with his aupeiior glta- I bimcin theni into a atate of Venose,' making keprelicsh ses, by is pacnliar method, which will not only support, ling. - - - ' but also ameliorate the sofleriux etes. He keens also a I "If thiamedieioj were mere eenerallvnaed. wn are sati.. general as.rlmrit of the bet Cerman Optical instioments. fied there' woo Id be less sickness, as fromtho stomas!., liver P. S II. XV calls tk rnmcutar attention ef the I and iierrous sysitm the great majority of real and luMigiaa pttbbc to his Utely imoorted Jennjr Liutl OuizzingGlas f ry diseases emenate. Have them in a healthy condition, Ills rooms are over Easimai dc D&ntorth'i Book-Sioie. Oct-9ih. 150 w. fed. L. M. WOOD, DEALER IN Heady Made Clothing, O THE ONE PRICE SYSTEM. CLOTHS, CASHIMEKES, NICE VESTINCS AND TAiieUifS' i iMtiu oi every description. rooliinn Pldt Pfl Tflllnra' fQlinnyei asXllOn I'laieS- X ailOrS Si aearS. Mvanres. Cravon. and Pattern Paper. And a General Autmsa4 ol-GaoUehoea,' FurnisEing Goods. CLOTHING made to order in th. extreme or medium of Fa.hjon, and all tilimenta warraated to ht. CUT ING done lor others to make, and warranted to fit, it tifiitly made up. State Street, 1st door West of Eastman Uanjurlh s liookstore, 91 MONTPELIER. VT. New Tailoring Establishment. CHAKLBS JI. t llrtiMUr.KLAVJNfc, HAS'agaln commenced biiness for hlm4'lf and opened a aboo over SCOTT & FIELDS STORE.Suie stieet. where he will be happy to rece.ve the pationage of his friends and the nubliti. JtGentlemen's Garment made in tho very best style of woremnflstttn and warm men ta nt. ft-Cim INC dene at hort notiee for others to make. Slootpelier, S.pt-17, 1650. W SALMON A SALT. 2 TONS of prime Northern Salmon, 500 bars butler Salt. Ao. ia. 87 ForsalebySTORR3cl.ANGDO.V. 14 Cts. CASH, paid lor A. be., at our Pota.h, ifdel rered by l.l Dec-nell 1 STORRS II LANODON. Oct. 14. COD LIVER OIL. WARRANTED strictly puts, rot aale by COLLINS It PIERCE. July 17th. 1850. 83 RICHISPLAY or L A MPS y Consitin of CENTER, SIDE, HANt!, ENTRY, GLASS fc nRITTA- AIA.at &C.I1H At UAKKLK'3. September 2X 21 The Place ts Bay RICH DRESS. GOODS, CLOAK Do. SILKS Sr SHAWLS, It at tbe Old South Corner. KEITH Jt BARKER. Peplfmho.33. IBSO- 'B3 UUXiCl.OCKEKxf, AND GLASS WARE IS NOW OPEN, and wa are prepared to sell at wholesale or retail. KE1TU & BARKER. Bept.mber 53-1850. ; r . 93. Eimk& BAEKER : Are ore pared to exhibit to the onhhc XJktf UMrg.it ammrlmimt mf asf a rrrr r' vmsw .m wssscs ictr. .BAY STATE SHAWLS, All nriees and colors. All TaTfteil -PlnfrsATrf OU VV UU1 AeldUUOwO Jl great rarulu of JibrJiLUAS, LYONESE CLOTHS, MUSLIN DE LA1XE3, "ALL WOOL dJ. d. Silks, Satin", Rich Bonnet Ribbons, Seatfs. Kid, Silk aod Cathniere GLO YES. Lace Capes, Infant' Waists. And a thotnand otberArtic.es, all beaut it n I and cheap. fiifr Purchasers are'respectfully invited to rail in before purenasiaf oMwnere. rvcsti u sc. iiAnivr.it.. September 19, 1850. ftl ELLIS. WILDER & CO. HAVEUust retmned froaa Bos-on, and are prepared to exhibit the best apartment of FaU Goods Eear eaTerad ia Montpolier. Out .lock is composed in rut of thwfbllowiBf named article. , t;iju. tto, uuiTun ivaur bzuntusc. AMD CASHMERES. WOOL DE LAINES, SILKS (all Colon.) PRINTS, GINGHAMS, ALPACUAS, ,rr,T; - ! - MOHAilltvate. f.' , ,, AUoBATBTATB SCOTCH 1)NO at SQUARE" SHAWLS, t CASHMERE SHAWLS. BILK 8nAWLS. THIBET SHAWLS AND MCARFS.'KID GLOVBS, ' CAdHMBRK BILK GLOVE; ' BONNETS RIBBONS; INSERTING), EDGINGS, llOniNINU COLLABSf aad aa eadW variety of Also. J .- Z Broartig,) Caaimeref,, yf t- And an ifenMiN Stoek of READY-MAUl? CLOTHING : PtTRNt ftJRB; PEATHeKS.' PAPER HANGINGS, , -V LOOIINO CLA88BS, HARDWARE, ---rAlNTO. OILS. DTE STUFFS. . tsr.MiubtV'V2t.aaia -'.". TIT' J '"-Cl" L aUfteaaUr, iJCUbUC. iv tfifriifrvA- nn ifr..lriMaiwkele5BsStoa, OAKTiJirED I.L.WlKH W K1T3 G. wiuu'an w o suu roi twuatanij uu BIMalur mm. ttiauu'wi u i v auu accii i.vum.iii.uu dbm. iui ass . I UlSUl KlVfcTolar. tJUrt.KS, . fJ SUPERIOtt'BEITrCEM EtfT. AND KXTKA (iTJAaLITT KACE UEATHER, ULstilS fllrtUfc l U UKUbJKK .VAKKAATliU. N. ll.ee CO. resLMCtrallv refer to tba rallawinr. toaehlns1' thv-aatslilrofxheir Beltinrrf t V r V ir ttVX ittr -.1.1 t c J u yUl r j " Leather BeltiocroaLnfactnredbv N. Hunt ale Co.No. u vevoiiRoirvfueei, BHwum, so BSManaiigr recommcna ti to Man ufiictar irs and i Maeblnistoand 1 have no hesitation; in paying, tua ror qtrsuiy i stoca, muortniiy ottnieaness, ucingtooroa-niy svaicneo, loesnfenoc manner ot its man- factureand hi durability; it is eqaalto any we have HOUTII nOSTON-IEONCO., Son tb' Boston, i oci u .iil.-uak.4ii, union worts, Boat KostMt. . 1 t-ni ouu j iii.cv. oiooo oraa. r'l'rr.h?"00''- tVM. IVASllllUItN. Sj.inr & tlaiainz Mill. Bo.tor. A. C. Is. W. CURTIS. Paner Mannfae'a. Kewion I-Falls. JOHN'E. WILUEK, Salamander Safe Uannfact'r, Boatoa. IV. w. ALCOTT, Supi't Euffolk Floor Mills, Beaton. II EKEY BRE VOORT, Ajent Glendop Kollinr Mill,, East S it Boaton.t. f - . THOMAS DITSOiV, Boilon Sorar Itelnerr, E." Boston. F. MAIN. Superintendent Marblehead CoKlare Co. UAVESTOBT c BRIDGES, Car Builderi, Cambrideep't. tDVV'D LANG, Sup'tof i-pinntn:Room frEewelt;Day k. Co., Cordage Manufacturers. LEM. CREIIORE, Paner Manafactnrer, Newton Ixjwer . i- 4 . f. n Falls. OTIS TIJFT-J.Stesm Eojlne B.ilJer, Eatt Boiton. uu.ii s. aio azesta lor ctviftui.fa MORTISING'JIACHI.NES. April 4J.- " - - pr"lfi 72:6m LIVER GOMBhA'INT. JAUNDICE, DYSPEPSIA, CIIKONIC OR NKRVOUS ucutui l X ..UISEASK.OryrilErlUUNJSYS, AND ALL ' ' DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED LIVER OR'STOMACH, SCUH AS.CON9TIPA TION. iNttTAKii PM.F.S. pin.i.xrss. nit m.nnn TO THE HEAD, ACIDITY. OF.THP. STOMACH. NAU- Dr.j,-I1UA1UUKN. DI9GUMT FOR FOODJFULL- aa Uli IVEIUirr J.N TllESTUMAI.il, touit FUUirTATIONS.- SINKING OR FLATU LENCY AT .THE PIT OP. THE STOJI ACH, SWIMMING OP THE HEAD, HURRIED AND DIFFICULT BREATHING. FLUTTER- r-J ilNa-ATTHSHEAUTjT'-'? ft. ti I -CHOKINO. Ott " " SUFFOCATING SENSATIONS' WHEN IN A -LYING POSTURE, DIMNESS OP VISION I" DOTS OR WEBS BEFORE THE SIGHT, FEVER AND DULL PAIN IN THE HEAD, DEFICIENCY OF PEESPI RATION, YELLOWNESS OF THE SKIN AND EYES, PAI.1 IN THE SIDE, BAt:Kf CHEST, LIMBS, &c.,'SUDDEN - ' . rXtlSllr-S OF HEAT, Bl RNING INTIIE-e- FJ.Lf H.CONhTANT IMAGINING OP LVIC AND GREAT DEPRLSSION OF SPIRITS, r,s irricTuaur ecus ar v DR. HOOFLA'ND'S Celebrated German Bitters, PREPARED BY . , DR. C. Hi. JACKSON, AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,' WT AaTt S w a, w a w msa izo Arcn &t faiiatieipMla. Their'pffuer over tke.h,v dttearj it mat trtmJltJ. fiml ttiby amy other preparaiio in tke UmtUd StmVs, as Us rare mtttst, ia many cases AFTER SKILLFUL PUXS LOLLYS iLIti FAILED. Theae Bitters are worthy tbe attention of invalid. Possesun; great virtues in th rectification ol liea. of P"nff greai virtues t the Liver and loser gl.cd; Pvrr,"n,weak,1 d a; ds, exercising the most sercbinf 1 powers in weaarees aoo aneciions of tba digestive organs. they are, tvithaL certain, safa and plea.aoU The Hon. UliarlesH. HINe'lIx'e. Editor of the "Cam den Democrat,' the bctt paper m West Jersey, saj.j July "HOOFLASDS GERMAN BITTER? ' We have seen raanv lliUerinr notices cf this medlcina. andthe source fiom which they came, induced as to make inquiry reecting ts merits. From inquiry we were pre pared to u.e it, and mutt say we found it specific in us action upon disease of tbe Liver and digestive organs, and the powerful-influence it exerts udoo nervous ttrmlratioa t reallr surprising. It calms and irenxtbn the hmm. I and you c-m hid defiance to epidemics gcoerallv. This ex Itiaoidioary medicine we would advise oar fiiends whoaro at all indispoied to give atrial it wij recommend itfelf, a .kwh.u, a. w an MWUli .1V VWCI HJCUAC Ula can prvluee aoch evidences of merit.' ' fronrthe "vostoo Bee.' , " Tha editor said, Dee.S3d "DR. IIOOFLAND'S CCLEBRATED GP.RUAV HIT. TER5 lor tbe cure'of Liter Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspep- m. uivui.vi iiciivw. uevniif, )m ccctoeoiy one oi me most popular medicines of the day. These Bitters have ued bv thousands, and a friend at onr elbow sat a he has, himself received an effect oal and permanent cure of Livar ensctoal and permanent cure or Uvar Complaint from the of this remedv. We are rcn-it-t inai, mine use oi tnete uitters, ins palieut constantly gains strength and vigor a Ttet worthy or gteat considers Hon. They are pleasant Intastn and smell; and can be used by petrous with the most delicate stomachs with" safety, ooder auy circumstances. Wo are spa sling from expert ence and to the afflicted we advise their u.e.1 their Hate. MScort's WaaxLT," one of the beat Literary papers publishrd, said Auj. 5: 11 Da Ho6vLAi?Dt Grastis Bittxei, manufactured I.y Dr. Jack.on, arc now recommended by somn of tha most prominent memleis of the faculty as an article of mnch ef ficacy in caes of fmale weakues- As such is the case, would advise all mothers to obtain a buttle, and ih.n themselves much kickness. 1'er.ous of de'tiliiated constno lions will find these Bitters advantageous to their health, as we know from ex per. ence tbe salutary effect they have upon weak systems." Jud.'e M. 51. NOAH, a gentleman with great scientific and literary ttainments, said in bis "New York Weekly Messenger," January 6, Id 0. " Da. UoorLAko' Gaauas JtrTrasa. Uere is a prepar atioubkhiho leadtir preoses in the 1 Jo too, appear to ba unrntmous in recommend) a gi and the teasou is obwioua. It is mJrteTifter a prescription furnished by one of the most celebrated physicians ol modern times, the late Or. Chri.ta. Ipber Wi Ike tm HiKjIiud, I'lufesonr ,of Uie University of Jena, Private Phy.iciaa to the King of "Prussia, and one of .itv uinicn aieuicii wiiiern wvriDHny nas ever piOUUCCU. ne was empnsttca. y n9 enemy or nnmbog, and therarorea medirine or which he was tbeinventor and mulnraar i.. confideutfy relied on. lie specially recommended it in Liv er Complaint, Dyspepsia, DebilityfiVerrtgo, Acidity of the iHomachfCvnstrpaiion, and all complaints arising from a di.orderedcondinoa i.f'lbo atomach, the Livet anJtba i t,,.a. N.oe Philadelphia papera elpre.s lhe.reo.ictien .f Its excellence, and several ot tbe editois speak of its effaetar from their own individual experience. Under th ae cntum stances,- we lee! warranted, not only in calling be attcoiioa ol our traders to the pre .tut proprietor's (D' l. Jack-' son's) preparation' but in recoinmeadiog tba article to all amicied. MOftE EVIDENCE. The "Philadelphia SaturdrGatette."th- bear Familv 1 newspaper oubli-hcd in the United Stales, the editor s.rs I of DR. IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. It ia seldom that we recommend what are termed Pa- ! tent Medicines to the confidence and patronage of oui read ers ; slmI tbe re fore when werecommeud Dr Hootland'sGer- 1 man Bitters, we with it to be distinctly understood that ' are not speaking of the nostrums of the duKtknt are noised about for i. brief Dertod .nrl then ltiraratr.i. mf, tha km.. dune tbeir'guilty raco of mi.chietbut of a medicine, long es- mwicu, uici.iij iHiAtm, tuiu wuicti nai me, me aearty nnroral ut the Pant It ticIf Evidence upon evidence has been 'received '(like the fore- iuuig,j nuiu ru -eciiwn. oi ine union, tne last tniee years,, aad Us trgtit testmn y in its aesr, if, that there is more of it uied in tt-e practico of tbe regular phy.icians of Phita dalphiathan all other nottrum combined, a (act that can easily b estabiished,'andtuly proviug tht a'seientific pre paration will met with their quiet approval when presented oven in this form. That this Medicine will cure liver Complaint and Dvs- oepsia. no one can doubt. aAer u.if it aa dirtreind.' ft .. specifically upon tbe stomach and liver-it ia preferable to calomel in all Bilious Diseases tho eflVct ia tmmediate. They can be administered to FEMALE or INFANT with safety and reliable benefit, at any time. BEWARE' OF GOUUNTERFETTPL This medicine has attained that hisb character which is necessary for all medic inea to attain to mdnce counterfeiters to pt forth aspuritas aiticla attbe lisk of the lives of those who are innocently deceived. uriioo let 1 1 to tht marks of the Ucnutne. Tht h ive the written sienMure of C. M. JACKSON no on tho wrapper, and the name blown id the bottle, witAamt toktek they art tp n'oiw. or sale w&ulcsale and Retail, at the No. 130 AKCH Street, one doo bolow fliath f lata of 97ft Race Stieet,) Philadelphia, and by respectable dealeic generally throughout the country, . 83; I y fcfrFor saUaUoby S. K, COLLINS Mootpf.ier, Vuy 1 am a roan, and deem nothing which f elates to man for eign to my feelings." - READ!! YOUTH" AND MANHOOD, A VIGOROUS LIFE. PREMATURA DEATH. KINKEI.IN on Seir-Preserratlen. osiiVaacEarrs." ' This Book, jo.t pnbh.hed, is hlled with ueeful informa tion, on the ion. mines aod duea.es of the Human Sv.tera. .It addressee ila'.IIalike I. VOUTU. MANHOOD aau OLD AGE. - To all who apprehend or suffer ander tho dir. eooeeqaen eos of early or pre tensed iediseretioneto alt who feel tho uhau.tive effect, of sedentary aad baaefal habits to all ho io addition to declinlns- nl.vsieal enersv. ate the eictii of na-vou. aod aneiiul debility, aad ef ; moping aad maUn- choly deapoodeney. Dr. K. would aay . UEAI THIS BOOK. . Tba valuable adrice and impresaive waraing Itfives,will j-ravent years of misery and offering, and ad va annually Thousands of Livet. j. Parents, by reastiagf it, trill leartihew.ta prerantthede sti action oftheit children. " , ' ,1 J ' A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed ia a letter, addressed te Dr KIN EE LIN, Philadelphia, will ensure a book, under , eorehtye, per return of M.iL ' Dr. K. fifteen years resident1 physician, N; W. Corner cT 1 THIRD and U.ViO.'i Streets, between Spruce and Pine.PaV ma beconsalted confidentially. r H who places himself under tba cara ef Dr. C jirr-' ligrooafy confide in his honor at a sailenia. aad co&Adaai- . ! ly rely upon fair skill ae a physwraa. - - H PeraosM at a distance amy addraaj Dr.' K. by' letter, (rjoet " r U ) end be cared at heme " - PACKAGES OFMEDICINES, DIRECTIONW.'ftr. fcr- "ward'Kl, by etdiDg a retnAtance, aad pat ap eecore tHea ' dasaasv ot eni . i r. i at lOOO'.-YAHDS CRENCH. Germaa. Enrliih" mmd iunn.-V.nin.'i t'.-?JS?i , C ASBfktEkKS DOE-SKINS, BZEVB' CLOTHS, Sattinatl., Tweeds, ie. v u.. .sceivro arm areossrea atTsry low ptloaa aoasMrael wfehlho-prieoof Woe4. r" nAGBNTB FOR OLDiESTABLMIAED UNESiOF ' Baltimore; PHiLADELPHLt, PACKETS. iid FREIGHT reeeived .Bd, fo.wa.dd at- lb. .bwait rates with dasoaleC; taaa. aora ta ib..lT.(i.AR..a I. fim class seaaals,, aad insuaaca mad. whea desired. Apply to or.Jdrc.j " CHARLES SIDF.H-t s, V;c5 r; . No. I Mercantile. Wbeif,CooiaTe.a,8t.r Boston tl.f3,JS50 Til'J f - lakhUo, C.S.Hall'sDye House r n?70 COTNHILL? t OUR ENTEnrRISE'h.. no' limit v, in-coniuHlor DUblie eonve.iene. I tVilh .nek b .nlpi, 1. spirit I su uorcnin. ahall henceforth' be a general aacicas fiom Which , GARMENTSj DRESSES AND SHAWLS, wbeo rly td; shall ho promptly desaatcbed, if the destlnatka la kaowuL bv ExnTei.'. and exoeaso naid one wavrr it riot I email siasd puekageti. I TrDirect to C. a9la. who for over Iwentv-fiva vers has actively applied faimself, ta the art of Dyeings I , sai. u. DBupneepen, wtsnioa; 10 acx an ageeisy invany i Tillage,' will net be required' to aha re the cost of freight, I lata Will uu aa I LU W OV1 m MUCf ali tUUaUU lMU. ay -ai7, 1550. "";6mls PROPOSALS FOR 1MP1AS COOPS. DcrtarvanT or Tin TrtTcaioa, Office f lmdxm Jl flirt. Srmizmhtr 25 153. CEALED PROI'OSAlaS w.Tl be received at the office of I 3 the Commi.aioner of Indian' ArTairs. at Waabin?toii I elty, until ten o'clock oaSaturdsy, the seeonddny of No-I vcraber next, tor funrisliie? the follow uig Indjaa goods, viz : I S,100 pairs 3 point wbtte Mackinac blankets, to aveassre I wj oy rz incnes, ana weign eight pounds. 1,900 pairs 2 1-2 point white Mackinac blankets,- to msas ore 54 bv 68 inches, end waisfa six oounds. 1,175 pairs 3 point wbito Msekia-ie blankets, to maaral 4i hv oo meries, and weigh fire and a quarter pounds' 980 pairs 1 1-2 print.wblta M.tckinae blankets, to measure I Mi oy ou locnes, ana weign tour and a quarter pounds. r900 pairs I point white Mackinac blankets to measure 32 by 46 inches, and weigh three and a quartet pounds. 400 pair. 3 point scarlet Mackinic blankets, to measure CO by 72 inches, and weigh eight pounds. 300 pair's 1-3 point scarlet Mae'inac blankets, to meas ure 51 bv G6 ioehea. and weih six nMind. F160 pairs 1 1-3 point green Mackinae bltntcets, ta meas- I s- ore 05 bv 81 inches. nd weisli ten Pounds I 300 pain 3 po-nt rreen, Inckinaa b'ankets, lo measure f ,60 bv 72 inches, and weigh eightpounds. 250 pat rf 2 ISpoiatgieen Mackinac blankets, to meaa- . 1 ore 54 by 65 inches, and wei-h six pounds. lOd pairs 3 1-2 point gentinellabtue Mackinae blankets, to measure 66 by 84 inches, and weigh ten pounds. 400jajrs3point gentiaellabjue JJaekinae blankets, to meamie 60 bv 72 inches, and weirh eif hi oound.. t300pars2 1-2 point ?i tin ells blue Mackinac IdaakeU, to measure rt oy vincnea, ana wergn six poo Jds, CtaSS J0.lL- URT UOOD3. ,005'yiitli scarlet strouds. v eiv uo oiuesirooua . av ffny do f-ney list cloth, blue. do fjocyhsteiolhysrarie do finey lilt cloth, green " do aray list cloth, blue do saved list cloth, blue lo saved list cloth, scarlet i- 760 350 1.000 3,000 i,o do saved list clotb.ereea &i pounds worsted yarn.3fold 100 dodten cotton ttagJiondkerchlafir 280 do " eotto.1 Madias handkerchiefs 175 90 80 ns do black silk handkerchiefs do 8 4 cotton shawls v do G 4 cotton shawls do 4 4 coiton shawls do 8-4 woolen shawls 49 430 pounds linen thread ru as icwin; .iij. y- t . . 700 pieces libeon. asaorted y 1W cross worsted carte rinr 31 pieces silk band bercbtefs, hark and bandanna Class No 3. Domestic Goods. 35,000 yards domestic calico I lr 1U.UWJ no jtierrtmae cancn - 300 do Mne drilling 8,ti00 do Georgia strips v . 't 4,0OJ do blue denims 1.000 do coitbnjde , 4.300 "do bedticl.ii.g -s" ,0t0 do Kentucky jeans i, 500 do satinetts ; . 7.000 do plaid liosey v 7.000 do domestic shirting, bleached 15,(X)0 do domestic shilling, nnMeaebeda 15,000 do domestic sheeting;, unbleached 6,(JU0 do dotnestie checks, stripes, and plakla .4U0 dozen woo'en oek 1,)0 yards (Linnets, assorted l.eno flannel shtrte " . 70(Jcal'Co shirts iVV pounds cotton thread ; , 400 dvien spool coituti Class Ao. 4. HaedWoUik. ' 3,080 pouiads brass kctlloa 2ti7 duxeti butcher knives T - 28JXMguaflinks . 35 fptbss sqmw awls 7,000 fish hooks 2 dozen fish lines r ' -4,-" 25,000 needles - ' 1 fc J. 100 dox combs, assorted 10 dox seniors, assorted 3 lOgrowSguu worms 1,090 tin hettfca n . 75 nests j Spanned ketlles.S in a nest Class -o. 5. AgricoltcralIufleucnts. SOtl ilrawing knives, 12 inches in length 700 augars, in equal propoitieos of 1 1-3, 1, 3-4, St I 3 ia 131 pairs bame i 4 7V) pjirs trace chains' " i -1,500 weeding hoes j 17. hand saws ' c 4Jcros cut saws, 7 feet In length 40 crtMS-rut saws 6 leet ic lirngth lCOhsndsaw fills , , 100 cross cut saw files 41 toi chain., to weig'- 25 pounds' each C03 Whittetnote1 card. No. 10. 03 qunrt&rs sockea.chLtIs ' 1 &0 planes, fore and jack Vtass j vo. tit 'Axes. 75 dozen axes, to weigh from 4 1 -2 to 5 1-3 pounds e3 do baltaxes, to weigh 3 1-2 pound 41 do hatchets, to wei-h 1 1-3 pound 25 broad axes Class No. 7. Northwest Guns. 650 northwest guns, two-thiidj of which muit measure 3'i in.hs in len-th of barrel, and one-third 42 inch- es in lenxth'of bane', to bo delivered in New York or Philadelphia, as may he requited. Famples of all the abuv articles are deposited in tbe of fice of tht Commisftiooer of Indian Affairs; and It may he proper, to remaik Ihat those of hardware, agricultural imple ments, and northwest guns are eotiiely new, and of better quality thau the articles heretofore furnished under formet cr-utraei. The proposals may be divided into seven parts, vix : Uu Blankets. 3d. Dry goods. 3L Domestic goods. 4ih.Hardware. 5th. Agricultural implements 6t-. Axes, 7th. Northwest pjns. The tiwest competent responsible bidder will receive the whole or any pirt of tbe contract according lo tbe above scale, the Department reterringio itself t bo right to deter terraioe whether, ihe bidder is competect and responsible or not. The whala' amount in money to be applied to the purchase of goods will be about $90,000, but the De pa i Intent reserves the tUht to iociease orjliminisb the qoanlity of any of ho Ionil 7 M antl U a. M. ,U(1 ar(iT8 WlDtU . Mrij aitklcs-numed, or snbstitute othera ia lieu thereof, or tojsisp.aj. " u requiro,-at similar prices, such Goods ae may-be wanted for presents or otner purposes, in ut aaauoisiraiion oi toe af fairs of the Department. Goods of Ameiicaa ma au fixture, all other things being eqnal, will be prefetred ; but a all the samples of blankets and cloths are of foreign manufacture, it will l n cessary, when a domestic article ia bid furtiiat a sampla ol it should acrompiny the bid, to enable the de partment to decije whether U ia of equal quality with tbe samples to he exhibited. tne party proposing to sopp,y ine ameiea wumekean invoice of all iba items embraced ia tho abovo Iwt, and af-1 fix the prices, in dollars and Cents, at Which U they will fumish them u-tdereach class aeparaiely.deliverablein New York, (or If the contractor prefers it, about one half of the quantity may be delivered in Sr. Lonis, Missouri, free of ax pease to the Government.) on or before, the 15th day of if ay next,' assuming the quantity of each, article aa specified in this advertisement, and extending tbe eost, making an ag- grrgnui v it a wuwtfi iiiuii t,vu)tiitiai uiv Jtu. s ne fOOOB I win neinepciru m .iew iwi uu iu iouit, ii any por tion of t hem should be delivered faere) by an agent of the United States, who ill be appointed by the Department for tfan JnjrpO".1an'iio ascertain tbe confortuity of ihe articles puichdned "with" the samples exhibited, wferan the contract shall be made, and with tho term of tbe contract itself, which shall CKitiio a clause ihi.t if the articles are not fur- cient onslity In the opiniott ot the agent aforesaid, ami if within, five days alter noiiee or such insufficiency the part v abal. not furnish others in lieu thereof of the requited quali- lX,the UnitedStates shall be authorized to purchase thembr oiberi, and to charge auy increase of price they may be com- pelltfd to pay thereior to the contractor, who shall way the sarddirTerence to iho United Siafs. - Bonds will be required m the amouatofth bids, with two 1 good sureties, the sufficiency of wbon to U'certiQed by a I United Slates Judo or District Attorney,, lor the faithful nerformanee ol the contractu. Pavmeot will be ma:!e after irnttofl Slate. Jud. ur IJi.triCL ALtnrrM. t..r th r.itl.re.1 I the contract is completed and the delivery of the goods as a foresaid to the agent of the Department, upon a duplicate in- votoe ccninru wj utm. Commuoicationa to ha marked " Proposals for In.iia- arvpoaaia wr in.-iao i The bids will be submitted wtb the following heading, and none will be received thai are not" made ia-tbo form aod terms here prescribed: i (or we) propose io luraisn ror toe aervice or tne Indian Department, the following goods, AaC the. prices affixed to tbem respectively vix : (Here insert tbe list of goods.) Deliverable In tbe city bT New York, (or St. Louis) on or be fbtethe day of- next ; and la case of the aces stance of hia proosals, the qnajttiiy being preaeaibed by tho Depart ment, lfor wei will execute a contract according tothia a- Teemwt.andpveaatisracUrty aecumytothe Uepairmeot wttbm ten dayn aJUr the racaptio. of this bid i aad la ease I 1.1 iui "over intw iuta vritici. ana iin sue u ef;uri(V. V :it .t.. tr;..J u..a Tr.- J.aS . a. j. or . wnk anj s.w iho vt uiicu cwiOT tmm uiugrvsts ur tween the suitis bidden by me, (or n) and the sum which th uuitedtftates may be obliged to pay for the same articles." Each aod every but nail also be accomiataiad with a n raaty ia the rollowins. form, te ho eijaaal Dy ose or more re siKmaible peraoaar 'waee auflcieoee mult h. eavtjfl.d bv some One who ia known to the Deoaitmeat. either oeraon. ally ar by hia official poaitioo. "I (ee we) hereby lu.iaaty that' . )he above bid. d.t, will comply with tho terms ef tba advertisemaat tot 'prawemlsfor ladlaa ooas, dela4 Saplaeahar '25, 1160. jfth foameaahoalal-h. awaraaa to Ma, aJ oatae iota bent far iu zecauoa of ui aaaso wiuun ue tuao arsscrihed Tha eoo tracts of famar vaai. ara aom ta th. ioaoeeuoa oTbidders. . L. LISA, -4tilISovJ Coamissioaor of ladiao Affair.. BAY STATE and, Wrought , Thibet and Cashnvsre. Shawls, FOR al by' ' J . .0KJ.,--. s S. BUKBASC - HI1 DBESBCOODSA .pleWid asaartmaM ef ()reM 'atronie caw kieds aad atvlo at .ho raople. i enore tstek;s dictionary THE ENTTBE WORK, UNABRIDGED, Iai Oma VoL,Crowx 4axti of 1152Fas. K'Caataiaina THREE TIMES Ihe matter found ia aar aOet taghih Bktnaaaiy coaipiled ia this coaatry. .i PuaunaD sr t. a steiaau SariawJali. Kaa. V..WaaUt,aIBMaaEir. i p I Sfki ic tm. inmaielo vatlt mm th. I K I MEtjTWtogtel part nrpaua any Ounf Umt iimmmfer iha EiialUh LannaM." I Every tekolar knows its valne.'1 ZP Amtt Talnabla work a xxaatrtt to ETZBT BDUCATin MAX, " The most accurate and """ Diction ary of the Langntge.T ' Aom will- ziArsi before- any other Lie-tionarj- of the Language -will be required." - -""r' IXwD., of Scotland, author of w . . i W . "Chi-PhUosopher," etc? Its reputation is icuUty exUnUni. I doubt not this edition has received essential improve ments lioai the able hands it has passed through." " LestDetixqio DicrioxART in the English Language." ' " AcccaATe end keliable in giving a Just exhibition or tne Language. ."THE. MOST COirPl.ETE, ACCURATE. AND KEI.1AULE DICTIONAEY OF THE IVKOHAGE." xi thirty other members of the United States Senate. NORTH E It N RAILROAD. IVew-IInmnshiro. THIS ROAD connects at White Kiver Junction, tf-1 Vermont and Caaada. Central nutPdunmnii. H.iiawrf with the Concoid, Mancbosfer, Nashue, Lowell, BostonT Lawrence, Salem, Worcester, and Norwich Roads, ana t. the nearest route from part of Canada, Northern Vermoat . and New Hampshire to Boston. This toute panes through tbe Capital? of New Hampshire and Vermont, and the fare ap.lftei;ht is as low as by any. After Julr 1st, 1850, Passenger Trains In conneuoa with the above Roads leave Boston from tbe Depot of the Lowell Road for West Lebanon, Wells River, Mootpelier aod Bac licgton at 8 15 A. M , aod 13 M:, and for Bristol at 12 M. leave West Lebanon for Xasbna. LowalL B.ran Rmii.,. Janet ion, Worcester and New. York at 7.00 A. 1VIM and IJxi P. M., and Cristol at 82 A.M.,ar on the arrival ot tba car. from Wells River aod Burlington. Passeuers from the Ctnualand Pastnmpsie Roads vt- Concord and Nashua arrive at Groton Jcuction. Worcester and New York aa oniek and ehean aa hv snnihrrmiu. A special Caul 7ai will go through over this mate ev?ry Tae.diy, without stopping.' There are cattlo pea and good accommodations at the landing about 3-4thscfa mile from Porter's. By this mate droverx have not onl theadvantne of the Cambridge and Brighton Markets lut also the market at Manchester, Nashua, Lowell, Lawrence FraiVftt Trnin. raw et.Siw e.K .... TO I . over the Cential. Paseumpsie, Northern, Concord, Nashu nu udwb.i nuaaa to ana jiom unriington, iis Kiver an i the Depot ol tho Lowell Road In Boston. Merchandise of all kinds is carried aa' cheap and expeditiously as by any other ONSLOW STEATtVS. Av.nt Concord, N H.Jgne. S7. 185Q. j.f BOSTOiVIVEW YOUK, Ac. by tbe Way of Wiadsor vr. RAILROAD FROM BOSTON TO WELLS RIVER U TO BURLINGTON, VT. THROUGH TICKETS Tn STATION'S ON PAS3NMPSIC AND VERMONT CaWa TRAL RAILROAD. . SULLIVAN RAILROAD, WInTEB arbangcihent. ON AND AFTER. JAN. 1. 1950. fAR3 leave Boston from Fitchharg Railroad l Depot, by way of Groton Junction, Fitch- ourg, sweene, naipoe,and tvindsor.at 7 I 3 A. 9 M and arrive at Wells River at 3 4i P. M. at Borlington at 6 40 P. M. Cars leave Welts River at 9 1-3 A. SI. and RntKnwiM .iVf 1-3 A. 5L, and by way of Wind, or arrive at Co-ton at 6 PJir Cars leave Windsor at7.i5 A. M, and 13 10 P.M. and ar rive at Boston at '2 14 and 6 P. M Paiseneistoand fiom New York connect with above trains at Croton Janction Worcester aod Nashua R. R.1 or Walpole. t Stares leave Well River, on arrival of Car. from Raiim. for Si. Johasbory, Stansteid, Derby Line, fee, A Stx Umn BarUn,,,,,. - aie-?8uitdaya excapli rnr M?lrt,r.iil -e -aj"'-'Va-iiT2 Ctu,e Xri'(M fotportet.M Toesdar. Freight Trasns leave aud arrive at Boston daily. THOMAS S. WILLIAMS.SopuSnUivaaR.R. Chariestown. N H. Jan. 1, IS50. 5dLt ML Rntland & Burlington ft KAlLltUAU. NEW ARRiNGEXEXT. DAY-LIGHT AND NIGHT LINE. COMMENCING MONDAY, JtJLY22, 1850. PASSENGER Trains leave Builingtoa daily (Sawlays. ceptedjfor, Beaton, Lowell, Viotceater, New York, umi "'Tw o,"0' " f1 nd 7 "3 r. - ar- '""'"S "o iton at o i . i. and UJ A. M. ro-peciively. v p"'ogers by the 7 1-3 P. U. Train will lodge at lielfewa , -.. . .Ktoining, leave foalou 7 M A. and L25 P. 51., arri- T!".1!1.04..6 P-..,lnd 7 lJ? A Um Fueaaujsjiauj the 4.25 P. M. Train will lodgo at.RutITdj tboso bv tbe n"n,n - r tooiueat Bellows rsdas. Jf""" w,7 ,u!0 no'nS nd evening line at h" - m .n viwuiuuhi. Paaeenf ere for New York ean to via Walnole. Brattis.bss.rTi ro'.Spnntfisld and New Haven, oc by FUenburg, WareeavJL terand Allyn's Point. f reight l rains leave unriingtoit at 4 3-4 A. 31. and Boatoa. at5 P-M. Daily, lndayajexevpted-tijreush iu 24 hours, R-juUrCattle'Traia for Cambridge aod Balghura Mi Mar- U, leaf 61 Bu'iJ"tou every Tuesday morning at 4 3-4 A. M, .. T , . BupertnUadenU a. BarliogtontJnIy 33, 1S50. 65 ti. FITCHBURG RAILROAD- Tralas will leave lest aa fellsws t 4 ror Pitehbarr 17 1-B Expie.s.) II A. M.. 3 3 f. rot uooconi tua eaa 1 1 a. H . 3.45 and 6.30 p. a. ForWalthkm, 6J0, 8J0, 10 and 11 A. M. 1 3-4. 1 04. 3-4 and 6 Mf.M. For Watertowa 7 A. aad 8.13. A: II- I1JI.. 9 hl a 1-4 aadGI-tP.Ji: , 2 ' ror Leiiozton at 8 13 A. M., 2 1-2 and 5 1-2 P. M. UOtvn.rKAIflS WIUL. LEAVE FOR BOSTOK. Kro Fuchhmr at 7.00 A.U.. ta 11 ..14-30 .ml 4.40 P.M. - ' From Cooeo.dat7eal9 A. M. 1.00,5.14, aod SJ8P.M. From Wa Itham at 73. diS. 1U25 aod 11 A.U-1J3.4. S3-taod6.!20P.M From Wataitowa at 8 1-9, 8 and 11 A. M-, 1J0. 3J0 aW BPM.1 - . v. : From Lai'iBftoa it 70 and 19 A. M-, sod 4 JB P. M- cof lortaai paiucoura aeo ralhfinder Railway unw.. 3- M. FBLTO.V, Baperialsaetaat. Boston, Hot, a, 1849.. . 58 1 NEW GOODS, SCOTT & FIELD, HAVEthwwee ree.iv.da larr. aoa "' S-Tjc, 'NEW OOOM, which wera.porchaseiL.wi Cessna th. lovrsat sMttet price. ' September 1, 18. -.-. 500 YARDS mw es -ivjBki-a at r T ft iriTi r - aji , HTLlKIU ea - . i- r)' A. M BTOSRStLASQDOfr. vervche.D. aTAJLVXif aU aUf O.