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Pliant as reeds where Freedom' waters glide
Firn as the hills to stem Oppression's tide!"
MONTPELIER, VERMONT, FRIDAY, 0 CT. 4. 1814.
Presidential Election, November 12.
Nominated by the National Convention, May, 1S43,
JAMES G. BIRIVEY,
For Vice President,
For Presidential Electors:
found he bad bceu urging on his sister, that the cjAn' editorial upon the "Fourth District,"
assignment of the negroes, (23 in number) which and a colnmuni(.ation from -Inquirer and Friend,"
made out to him, in order to enable him to eman- unavoidably crowded out this week.
After much discussion, this arrangement was
finally made. Mr. Birnev took the slaves and did
liberate them, and they are now free, and most of
them m Louisville. I should not have agreed to
this settlement, had it not been for my involved
A co rrespondent from St. Joseph county, Mich
igan, says: " Airwide awake m micnigan, cir-
ney and Morris will receive a heavier vote the
TITUS HUTCHINSON, )
JONATHAN P. MILLER, )
JOSIAH W. HALE, Dist. No. 1.
RYLAND FLETCHER, " " S.
JAMES DEAN, " " 3.
BENJ. H. FULLER, " " 4.
For Congress Fourth District,
fX5" Montpelier Liberty Association is to meet
at the Masonic Hall next Monday evening at 7 o'clock,
situation, and I apprehended the slaves would be coming election, than our most sanguine friends
sold it 1 took anv o them. 1 hev were very vaiu- nnticmnte. Michisan wi do her duty daily we
able. hear of see. those who have within it past six
Anv doubt as to Mr. Birnev's devotion and sin- months, renounced all allegiance to the whig and
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centy to the cause he has espouseu, is iony -is democratic iarties, and are now ngnting unuer tne
preposterous. He will have been unroriunate, in- hroau banner ot Liberty.
deed, to have refused home, friends, relations, and :
fortune, for an opinion, and only to have achieved Sickness in the South and West. Malig-
a doubtful recognition from the advocates of that nant fevers are raging all over the South, and far
opinion. A man of more pure morality, more hon- up the Valley of the Mississippi, with melancholy
est principles, and of wurmer heart, does not ex- results. The deaths in Virginia and North Caro-
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ist. Wy wite is an ouiy sister: ne nas no nrotner. iina are painfully numerous, in Aianama ami
His abolition doctrines have served us. I have Tennessee there is also much sickness; but the
not seen or had a letter from him for more than greatest mortality we hear of is in Mississippi, in
three years; yet there is in my bosom the warm- some parts of which people are dying off as in the
est and kindest personal friendship and regard for plague of London. The Woodville, Mississippi, dre"
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11217 PALL GOOD Si
.It the Corner Store.
STORKS & l7ATGBOIVS,
RE receiving a full supply of merchandise adapted to
the fall trade, to which they invite the attention ol
purchasers. They have a great variety of rich and fash
ionable arlJiUKa(B such as,
Choice CAMELEON SILKS, new and beautiful styles,
Do Black and Blue Black, plain, fig'd, striped & wors
Silk & worsted EOLIENES and CALEINX LUSTRES.
Real AITglmn and Fancy SATINS, rich colors.
Pure, all wool CASHMERE, a splendid article,
Do all wool MUSLIN DE LAINE3, new and elegant
Real Cashmere De Ecosse, of rich and beautitul
colors. Imitation do do do do
Superior Rep Cassimeres, new and beautiful article,
Fine Cashmere De Sue, new styles,
Light and dark, plain and striped Muslin De Laines,
Changeable Lustres, new q- rich style of dress goods,
New styles of Prints, Ginghams, etc.
Real Rob Roy, Gala and Lincy Phaids, foi Chil-
him. Had it not been tor his notions upon aboli- Republican of 7th inst. says that for some time
tion. we should now and ever have breathed the oust, in that village, there has not been a suffici-
same atmosphere. 1 have told vou all 1 Know.
Jso. J. Marshall,
ent number of persons in health to attend to the
sick. The epidemic has seized alfchisses. Bili-
Othcr Great Interests."
Notice. By request, we invite the Liberty
members of the legislature to meet at the office of
the Freeman, on Wednesday evening, previous to
election, at 7 o'clock.
Slate Liberty Meeting-
Upon consultation, it has been thought advisa
ble to request such of our Liberty friends through
out the state as may have business here during the
session of the Legislature, and all others who can
attend, to meet in convention at the Free Church,
on Wednesday, of the second week of the session,
(Oct. 16,) at 10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose
of mutual consultation and arrangement for the
approaching momentous election, and for future
operations. It is earnestly hoped that our friends
from all parts of the state will endeavor to be pres
ent, so far as is consistent. The present is no time
for the friends of Freedom, of Humanity and Re
ligion to nbate their efforts, when the mortifying
evidence is thickening upon every hand, that both
great parties of this nation have irrevocably sold
themselves to work the dark works of tyranny
and oppression and that in the success of either,
slavery, with its vile and abominable train of con
comitants, will be triumphant.
ous fever is very prevalent in Missouri, and in al
most all the towns along the Ohio and Mississippi,
the inhabitants are suffering dreadfully from the
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On our first page will be found two letters taESH IS I
the Hon. James G. Birney, upon the subjects of iminBfii,ptf Hf,Mr rh first r-liill. From St. Louis
fariff. Bank. Distribution, &c, which, although we learn that the shores of the upper tributaries
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written, Cincinnatus-like. in the tew hurried mo- ' iuibsisii.h me uim vishcu nun icvci.
.imilj ., n lr.lm1 fi-m-.-i ilia ,fi h on t- h iivno at urilt noiroi.
. , . from Mexico Invasion ct lexas. ine JNew
tlieless put to the blush those who have sneering- Orleans Republican of 16th inst. publishes intelli.
ly denominated him thecandidate with "one t'rf!rt."gence of Vera Cruz to the 24th August, received
We aimrehend that the views here taken nre. in by the U. S. ship If almouth, at rensacola. I he
11 i. :., . J :.. .i,: cmnnn
.i i i . . . i imws luieiv nmrciicu in una impel tit iutwu men
' having marched from Mexico on lexas, is con-
uuic niuuiwu ifcupii.-, omi i.i.n m il u.c iiusi n,.me,j. i ne route these troops have taKen is
and deception in which these subjects have been rather a long one, and it is believed they will not
Bnv..lnno,l h aMfih mul ipsiimlnir nnlitipinns h-.il enter on an active campaign until late 111 Autumn.
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, , .i ... , ..,1110 ijruviuccn luiiitii'u nuii'ii iucv n in uc u-
imin it.ianl nt.r.itr tlimr ttri II Ituo.ma tha catlla.l n " . ...
' "-""- , nred to ma ntnin them, and nerhans thev willac-
policy of the nation. Working men! wipe the quire some volunteers as they go along. Steam-
sweat from your brows, and peruse these letters; era and other vessels are expected to convey troops
,i ,i ,,.,i, .. ,u, u ...u from Tampico in October, to Galveston, which
them, was once rich, esteemed and honorable
among the great men of our hind, vetfor the sake 1i?e ann.veranry ot the IS. X . State Anti-siave-
. ... rv Society was held at Utica last weeK. It was
ol liberty ami sutlering humanity, he became poor, atogether a grand affair, and worthy of the Em.
and now supports himsclt and family by the labor pire State. 1 lie sessions were held in the Uity
of his own hands. And is not such an one, THE Gardens, the number assembled was estimated at
Cloak Goods, in great variety, and of extra quality.
Real silk warped Indiana Alpaccas and Alpin ks.
do Linen do do do
Changeable and black, striped and figured do
Shawls, Cashmere, Kabyle, Silk, and all Wool.
Do Highland, Muslin De Laine, all sizes.
Gloves, IIoisery, Mitts, &c.
Linen and Cotton IIoupe-keeping Goods, all kinds
New Crockery & Glass Ware, Table Cutlery.
Bleach'd and brown Cotton, Ticking and Batting.
Groceries in abundance, and cheap enough.
Uct. 1. 1844. , . 4U
MJ1N, to wnom you can with safety commit your
interests and those of the nation?
Uool, very. 1 he last JNorth Star occupies a
column and a half, to show that, notwithstanding
DC?" The inside of this No.
prepared aud put to press in
of the Freeman is
the absence of the
Character of Birney,
BY Ji SLAVEHOLDER WHO KNOWS
It is gratifying, among all the attempts of our
pro-slavery politicians to heap odium upon the in
estimable character of our Presidential candidate,
in hopes thereby to relieve the foul stain which
rests upon the characters of their own nominees,
to be able to present our readers with the follow
ing from one who knows whereof he affirms.
What is here said of Birney, is no more than all
nre ready to attest to, who have kno .vn him, both
in the free and slave States; and nothing but slave
holding vituperation, drawn forth by the well-aimed
and gigantic blows of our chosen Liberty Chief,
would ever have attempted to cast upon him the
breath of detraction. Will Freemen lend them
selves to puch vile business?
The following introductory remarks are from
the Morning Chronicle'
The letter below is from the Hon. John J. Mar
shall, of Louisville, Kentucky, a gentleman of the
highest legal and personal standing, in reply to an
inquiry addressed to him by Mr. James Loughead,
of Cherokee, Logan Co., Ohio. Judge Marshall
is a slaveholder, and is known to the profession as
the author of " Marshall's Reports."
We have no expectation that the advocates of
Mr. Clay, in Massachusetts, will retract their slan
ders, on this or any other evidence. Their " pol
icy1' is too well settled to allow of any such mag
nanimity. But the extent of our owe circulation,
and that of other Liberty papers, enables us to do
much more than we formerly could to repel their
It will be seen that Mr. Marshall's knowledge
of Mr. Birney's first emancipation, and its attend
ant circumstances, is not perfectly accurate. Mr.
Birney did not emancipate his slaves in Alabama,
His statement, however, respecting the emancipa
tion of his father's slaves, in 1839, and his expres.
eions of the highest respect and the warmest affec
tion for Mr. B., coming from such a man, cannot
but deeply impress the public mind in regard to the
worth of THE MAN, and is of itself sufficient to
caver his maligncrs with confusion.
;' ' MARSHALL'S LETTER.
Roscdale, Sept. 1st, 1844.
Mr. James Loughead, Sir: Your letter of the
10th of August, reached me a few days since, and
my apology for not having answered it sooner, is
iibsence, and sickness in my family. No man dif
fers from Mr. Birney in relation to his abolition
views more widely and absolutely than I, yet I urn
convinced of his entire sincerity and perfect puri
ty. He has made greater private sacrifices for his
opinion, than would have been required by the
most tyrannical bigot. Mr. Birney has not only
abandoned his patrimony, but he has deserted his
native State, and a wide circle of fond friends and
relations in pursuit of the phantom of opinion. In
Alabama, where he resided, before he returned to
Kentucky, where he was born, he liberated all his
slaveB,and made it optional with them to remain or
come with him. Some staid, his family servants
followed him. He paid them hire. He lived on
a furm, in a slave State, where white laborers were
not readily to be had. He purchased a negro man
at an executor's sale, on credit; before the time of
payment arrived he found it inconvenient to keci
him. and having offered him the opportunity of
puchasing his freedom, which was not done, he re
stored him to the family out of which he had been
bought, and cancelled Ins note, ihis is my un
derstanding of the case.
After the death of James G. Birney's father,
(tny father-in-law,; J. u. uirney came to my
bouse. I was not at home. On my return, I
as follows :
" Our friends here are in fine spirits. Some of
them put down the State for 55,000! I hope the
expectations will be realized, but I shall not be
greatly disappointed if they do not exceed 20,000.
Imiisl s:iv. however, that everv tliinir I inks well far
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win njuu itui ui me uuuiiiiuuiais, mu xiuiiu una nui i jjje tinul victory
been ruieu ny tne south so very badly, alter all!
i nis is aamiratiiy cooi in an editor ol a party that NOTICE
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r.as ever gior.eu in oemg tne -natural ally of me The Anniversary Meeting of the Vermont B.
South" which has violated the Constitution, gag- hie Society will be held at Montpelier, in the Brick
ged the mouths and trampled underfoot the dear- Church, on Wednesday the 16th day of October,
,...:..!... f . i... xt u ... .u. .i: ... ...... -i- i . in tne evening, on which occasion u ueiegnuou is
cm iiuius ui iuk nil i I, ui iijc ill cumuli oi siave- i . i n . e .
' o.m. uvtiuftpil ti l,H nriigftn fivwil I IP Plil-Pllf SilPlfri
i. ..i . i" " ' r "v
iivmu.B jun, u,i cvlii nui.iiiii.cu ua iiwii uuuseii Arrangements also will be made to secure address
leader, and is now rallying under the black flag of es from several gentlemen.
Polk, Texas, and vernelual slaverv!-to the deen 1 here wl" Ue a "'feting ot the Board ot uirect-
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'r II . i . i ii I uii cii ilic isuuio muir:. in 4 L mi wi onin uu j
...... mumm.. auu u.tguM o. us nouesi ana iniein-1 , B( , S!ime . )U whjch uaUeM flf ,.
want liumlwiiHi noiilli- Iftl.o XT..tl. ho. I . -n I - I ..l. i..' ..'.l) I!
s-..v i.i ....i """ji ii xiui in uua nut iiccu norm. ice win ue in ougru ueiora me oucieiv,
AVE great pleasure in giving notice to our fiiends in
this vicinity, Lamoille, and other sections of the
State, that we have received
5 bales SHEETING, at 6 1-4 per yard.
5 do do 8 do
10 do do 9, heaviest and best in market
20 Ps BROAD CLOTHS, from $1,75 to 4,50 per yard
100 Ps HUNTS, from 6 1-4 to 1 s.
50 Ps ALPACCAS, from 2s to 75 cts.
10 Ps ZENOB1A, 3s to 5s.
21 Ps CASS1MEKE3, 6a to 9s.
100 SHAWLS, French styles, from $t to $6.
50 doz. winter GLOVES.
100 UMBRELLAS, from 67c to'1,50.
20 Ps heavy rlLU I' CLOTHS.
In fact, we have all kinds o! G OOQSSi
that one can ask for to keep off the cold an I pelting storm
A I so
lo rolls CARPETING, having been appointed agents for
selling Carpeting, we can furnish at Boston prices.
20 Kidderminster and Lowell KUuh,
3 Ps beautiful FLOOR CLOTHS.
3 Ps COTTON CARPETING.
2 ps ST AIll CARPETING.
20 doz. Fur and Fur trimmed CAP3.
10 bales BUFFALO ROBES.
One of the most beautiful assortments of
from New York, ever olTered in this market, and at cost
Important to 111!
HE Constitution, the 'vis tile' of oufwonIrfiil bo
dies, constantly require and alternative, or regent-
rating influence, to create and retain a healthy existence.
Air, light, and some other elements are brought to this re
quisition, and for a time prove sufficient foe the require
ments of the system. But when from imprudence, and
violation of the laws of the animal economy, morbid hu
mors aria, acrid and vitiatia or juices are collected, the
system requires assistance from some other source, or it
sinks in disease, decay and death. How wonderful and
salutary at this period, are the elTtcta of an appropriate
alterative medicine, taken in season? Thousands have
been saved from death, and millions from sufferings in
describable, and aain restored to health, by the timely
useof Phllfs Tomato Pills, which are so ethcacious
and potent, in cleansing the stomach and bowels, purify
ing the blood, and renoval'ng the glandular syMevn by al
tering the secretions of the liver, and other glands, and
carrying off the morbid juices and humors: that at th
south thev have acquired the name of "Fever bane, be
cause they invariably prevent or break tip bilious, remit
tent, yellow , intermittent, and lone fevers.
r iva years extensive use, have proven them the btst
and only sure and safe remedy for all the numerous chro
nic diseases, where the system requires something that
will opera'.e on the Blood, Liver, and various systems of
vessels, giving them a healthy action, at the same time ex
pel the morbid and poisonous juices and humors, which
it separates from them.
In tins class of diseases, are Rheumatism, Llyspeps.a,
Dropsy, Liver Complaints, Bilious stomach, scrofula, gra
vel, worms, tumors, and eruptions of the skin of various
kinds; permanent weakness about the loins and limbs,
King's Evil, constitutional or hereditary feebleness of the
whole or part of the system, etc.
i housands ot cases of the above diseases have been co
red by the Tomato Pills; and thousands of death would
have been prevented had these Pills been used, instead of
some irresponsible, baneful, quack pill a remedy with
which the country is flooded. There is no mystery or
charlatanism about this universal remedy.
They are prepared of valuable vegetable remedies, that
are known to be both safe and effectual, andare used very
extensively by physicians in their private practice, be
cause as hundreds have said, they are the most pleasant,
effectual and sale medicine we have ever used.
The above Pills are for sale by agents in all the coun
try towns. Agents arc cautioned not to buy of Pedlars.
" One word to the wise is sufficient."
G. R. Phelps, M. D., Proprietor, Hartford, Ct., with
out whose signature none are genuine.
For sale by S. P. Redfield and Clabk Collins,
Montpelier; Goss and Hutching, Wate.bury; O. French,
Barre; R. and M. IlammeU, E. Montpelier; A. T. Ban
croft, Plainfield. 40:eow6ra
CF IF YOU FEEL A LASSITUDE, with Ios
of appetite, palpitation of the heart, inability to exercise,
with drowsiness and disposition to sleep, take Phelps
Tomato PrLLs; one or two doses seldom fail to relieve
all those unpleasant symptoms arising from congestion and
languid circulation of the blood, and a redundant quantity
or moi bid quality of the bile, which is so apt to occur at
this seuson of the year. Pain ir. the limbs, headache, and
other effecla of a recent cold, arespeedily relieved by them.
For sale by the Druggists generally, and by Agents in
all the country towns, and at the General Depot, No. 226,
Alain street, Hartford, Ct. Also, by S. P. Redfield, and
Clark and CollinB, Montpelier; Goss and Hutchins, Wa-
terbury; O. French, Barre; R and M. Hammett, E. Mont
pelier; A. T. Bancroft, Plainfield. 40:eowinSra
ruled by the South, it has not been for want of a
disposition in the nns-calleu Democratic party to
have it so.
Clergymen and others will he directed to places HARD WARE, of every description for family use.
0O" The legislature being about to convene at
of entertainment by calling on J.
J. Gridi.ev, Cor. Sec. V,
Montpelier, Sept. 28, 1844.
The usual meeting of the friends of Temper
this nlace. an excellent otmortunitv will be offered ance, during the session of the legislature, will be
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nein on mommy evening, me inn oi uctoner, at
the Brick Church, at which M. P. Parish, Esq.,
agent of the State Temperance Society, is expect
ed to be present. J. U,
to our friends who have business to transact with
the Freeman, especially those who have money to
forward. Let us be remembered in this respect,
as we want what is our due.
ADVERTisirtc Our business men are beginning
to Appreciate the chance of reaching nearly twen
ty-five hundred subscribers, and probably four
times that number of readers, through the columns
of the Freeman. And yet there is room. We
shall endeavor to compress our advertisements
herealter, so as to accommodate our advertisers,
and not encroach upon the general interest of the
In Berlin, Oct. 1st., by Rev. E. J.
Whig. Good morning, neigh-
wnat tto you
think of Maine?
Dist. Whig. Think? I think we've lost Maine,
fairly enough; and we shall lose every thing, if
Clay don't stop writing such letters.
Neigh. I should'nt wonder if you did. Boston
John Thurber, of
In Barre, Sept. 10th, by Rev. A. Webster, Mr
Franklin Dickinson, to Miss Lucy A. Peaslee
Receipts for the Freeman,
not previously acknowledged.
P. M. Royalton $2; Rev. A Shepherd $1.50; E
11 Hayward 38c.
Donations for Mrs. Work.
Rev. S. Cumtnings, W. Topsham, ,50
B. Aid rich, do ,50
Asa Smith, Williamstown, donation in clothing
Mrs. Betsy Comings, E. Berkshire, do do
Mrs. Amanda Comings, do do do
Mrs. Fanny W. Comings, do do do
5 cases Thick Pools, best articles, 2,25.
3 cases Calcutta Boots, 2,50.
100 prs India Rubbers.
50 do do 1' ur lined.
30 prs Missies Rubbers.
It would be impossible for us to enumerate the many ar
ticles which we have for sale but will give notice that
we shall have this week
3 tons Portorico Sugars,
1000 lbs Loaf do.
5 boxes Havana Sugars,
10 hags ColFee,
10 chests Tea,
50 bags Pepper and Spice,
5 lids Molasses,
1 ton Saleratus,
10 bbl Rock Salt;
Which will be sold at Boston cost, with the freight
added no mistake! We have pursued the Cash sys
tem the last three years, and we find it gives much bet
ter satisfaction, us goods come so low all must be satisfied
Montpelier, Oct. 1, 1844. 40
WASHINGTON COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
Levi B. Farr,
Enoch B. Flanders,
nnd Cyrus Brown, j
WHEREAS, Levi B. Farr of Nashua
T state of New 1
Uses of our Navy. 1st. To afford berths for
gentlemen's sons in the South.
2d. To take care of our domestic institutions.
3d. To give chase to runaways from our south
4th. To prevent Great Britain from acting too
efficiently for tho suppression of the African Slave-
5th. To subserve the scheme of the American
Colonization Society, and furnish official reports
in its filvor.
Monday, Sept. 30.
At Market, 1350 Cattle, 15 yokes working oxen,
40 cows and calves, 3100 sheep, and about 2000
swine. Prices: Beef cattle Extra, $5,25; first
quality, $4,75a$5; second do., $4,25u4,50; third
Working Oxen Sales noticed at $63 to $94.
Cows and Calves Dull : Sales from $18 to $31.
Sheep Dull: Quality not as good as last week.
Old sheep at l,50;i2,25; Lamb, 1,15a 2, 12.
bwine 3 l-2c to 5c.
The barn-lers were on the ground offering $2,75
for mess beef. Cattle of a good quality all sold,
and at good prices, at 12 o'clock.
The first renunciation below is subscribed by 11
democrats and 6 whigs.
New Haven, Ham. Co.. Sent. 10. 1844.
Dr. Bailey, We authorise you to say that we
me uwciijf in mi, mm intend, it we live, to vote
the Liberty tickets at the State and Presidential
elections. Each one of us has marked opposite
ma iinuic mo iiii iy wiin wnicn ne toruierly voted
Ir nig. J. b . Urevoort, L. S. Bartlett. .Insinh
liartiett, 1. S. iraneis, Win. H. Walker, John
Democrats. J. i rost, D. Campbell, O. Ellis, T
Flamsbee, H. Myres, Geo. Williamson. F.. O
Williamson, David Woolley, Johu Linegar, Amos
r ! v n nil. ' )
u. jvewauu, ii, u. xnompsou.
Venice, Sept. 9, 1844.
The subscribers, citizens of Hamilton countv
...t, ..i...l r 1 1 : otr. i i J
win, tiiicu un uuiTiaiiii in i3iv, ana nave eener-
...... i . i - wi . , , o
anjr m;ieu vvun ine v nig party, nave Liecome sat
isfied that that that party proposes no opposition
to ii.u s.ave power, anu declare tneir intention to
vote the liberty ticket at the coming State and
(Mag.) Charles Cone?, Crosby township; T.
Burns, Coleraine do; Michael Wilkins, Crosby
iiu., uunii uaiiey, no. ao.
Venice Sept. 9. 1844.
We have no hesitation iu declaring our inten
tion to vote the Liberty ticket at the ensuing elec
Wm. J. Brickhead, Adam N. Cummins, Hugh
Corner of Main and State Sis.,
CONTINUES to perform the various operations in
dental suftGERY, necessary for the preseivation
and health of the Teeth and Gums, Alto superior in
destructible teeth inserted, from one to a full set,
by engraftine on the fangs nf decayed teeth, or on Gold
Plate, as the case may lequire.
Particular attention given to the prevention and remedy
for irregularity of teeth in Children and Youth, which is
often the cause of premature decay and loss of the Teeth,
Montpelier, September 12, IS44.
Furniture Ware Home.
By A. W. Caldwell,'
Sofas, Secretaries, Dress aud Com
mon Bureaus, Centre Tables, Book Cases,
and a general assortment of other FURNITURE, manu
factured and sold at a large discount from former prices.
A. W. CALDWELL,
October 1, 1844. 43.
THE subscriber would inform hia friends and the pat
lie generally, that during the year he has thoroughly
situated on State Street, in the village of Montpelier. Vt
which house he has kept as a
or a considerable length of time, and now invites the pat
ronage which a determination tnbe faithful to his business
In serving his guests, ia adapted to secure.
His stable are large and convenient, and served by at
tentive ostlers. . KIMBALL,
P. S. Members of the legislature, and others, will
find the best of accommodations for Board and Rooms da
ring the session.
Montpelier, Sept. 10, 1844.
I hereby g;ve notice that from and after this date
my son, FERNANDO C. GILMAN is, in
aw, and to all iinenU and pui-ponee, his own man
and agent, to contract and fulfil on his own re
sponsibility. I relinquish nil claim upon his
earnings and property, as well as all responsibility
for his contracts. JEII1EL GILM iN.
Montpelier, Sept. 20, 1844.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A FRESH SUPPLY
Montpelier, March 14, 1S44.
S. P. REDFIELD.
IKER'S building, opposite the Bank, Suit Street
Keeps on hand cheap for cash,
Wigs, Top Pieces, Freezetts, Curls,kc.
Hampshire on the 34th day of
of August, A. D 1344, filed his bill of complaint in
Uhancery, returnable before the Court ol Chance
ry to be hidden at Montpelier in and for the Coun
ty of Washington, on the third Tuesday of
November, A. D. 1844, stating that Enoch B. Flan
ders, of Elmore, in the county of Lamoile, on th
23ih day of March, A. D. 1839, being justly in
debted to the orator in the sum of two hundred &
fifty dollars, specified in five proinisory notes, da
ted March 2Sth 1839, one of said notes for $25.00
one for $57.00 and three for $56.00 each with in
terest annually on all of said notes payable in tha
month of January of 1840, 1841, 1842, 1843 and
1844, and in order to secure the payment of the
said sum of money, according to the tenor of the
said notes, the said Enoch B. Flanders, on the
28th day of March, A. D. 1839, by his deed of bar
gain and sale ot that date, signed with his hand 8c
sealed with his seal, and duly acknowledged and
recorded, did convey and confirm unto the said Le
vi B. Furr, the following described land in Wor
cester, in the County of Washington, and Slate of
Vermont, viz: All that part of the middle hundred
acre lot, in large lot No. 31, in the second division
drawn to the original right of Joseph Young, in
said Worcester, which lies on the Southerly side
of the road leading from the road which passes by
Ashbel Bigelows, in gnid Worcester to Middlesex,
thence Easterly on said road leading by Stephen
Spears to the brook road, so called. Also one oth
er piece of land on Lot number twenty seven,
drawn to the original right of Robert Stanbury,
which lies on the southerly side of the above men
tioned, it being part of the land deeded by Henry
Douglass to Samuel Lincoln, supposed to contain
fifty five acres, with a condition annexed to said
deed, that if the said Enoch B. Flanders should
pay the said sum of money according to the tenor
of the notes aforesaid, then said deed to be void-,
otherwise of force, and that the said Enoch B.
Flanders on the 16th day of May A. D. 1843 for
the consideration of one hundred dollars, by hi
deed of that date, signed with his hand and sealed
with his seal, and acknowledged and recorded in
due form of law, did remise, release, and forever
quit claim, unto one Cyrus Brown, of VVorcesier
aforesaid, the premises aforesaid. And the said
notes are not paid, but now due and owing to the
Orator, and the estate and interest is now become
absolute in the Orator, nnd praying that Defend
ants may answer said bill, and for a decree to fore
close the right in equity of redeeming said premi
ses. And it appearing that the said Enoch B. Flam
ders is not within this state, and has had nonotice
of this bill, it is therefore ordered that the said'
Enoch B. Flanders be notified of the pendency of
said Bill of complaint by publishing tha substance
of said bill and a copy of this order three week
successively in the Green Mountain Freeman, a
new? paper printed at Mojitpelisr, in the Coun
ty of Washington aforesaid, the last of which pub
lications to be at least twenty days before the third
Tuesday of November, A, D. 1844, the day when
said bill is made returnable, which shall be deem
ed sufficient notice for the said Enoch B. Flander
to appear before the Court of Chancery, next to bo
hidden at Montpelier, in and for the County of"
Washington, on the third Tuesday of November,
A. D. 1844, and answer to or defend said bill of
DANIEL P. THOMPSON, Clerk.
Montpelier, August 24, 1844.
A true copy.
Attest, D. P. Thompson, Clerk.
in a great variety. Johnson's Vegetable, Mahone's Pre
servative, De Huile Antique a la Rose. Also,
MEDIC A TED COMP O UND.
'The best article ever offered in the United States to re
store the Hair that has fallen off, or become thin, tyc. and
will effectually cure Scurf or Dandriff.
- Montpelier, Jan. 10, 1844. Stf
CITRON, Mace aud Enlist. Currants for Cake, aid
Extraot of Lemon and Rose to season it with, for
sale by . S P. REDFIELD.
BLUE and Black Ink of
sale by the bottle or irallon.
the best q nali I v , f.
S. P. REDFIELD)
kit, Holman's A'ature's- Grand Restorative, tot
JUr sale at tb.aUnlce.
complaints, &c. &c.
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n vaiHiiutc ineoic.ne lor D.meo
AN Ointment and Powder, which together are
certain curt for Salt Rheum, for tale bv
March 14th lltf S. P. REDFLELS.