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GREEN MOUNTAIN FREE MAX Correspondence of the Tribune. The Cause of Freedom in Kentucky. Lexington, Ky., Sept 6th, 1845. You may imagine from what has recently taken fclace here, that the great cause of Human Liberty is friendless in Kentucky, that Freedom of Speech has no advocates, the Freedom of the Press no defenders, and the People no Laws. Let me assure you this is not the fact In Kentucky the cause of Liberty has thousands of warm friends, who have thought and become con vinced, long since, not only that Slavery is morally, religiously and politically wrong, doing gross injustice to the Slave, but that it is injurious to the happiness, morals and prosperity of the whites. This party are willing that any reasonable means be employed to bring about the glorious result abolition of slavery. A great portion of the People of Kentucky are violent in their opposition to emancipation only, but are concil iatory when it is presented to them in the form of Colo The press and printing materials of Mr. Clay are now in Lexington, having been brought back by order of the city, who will dispose of it here to some of the publishers. Mr. Clay's health has been gradually re covering, and he will be reinstated in his former health in a few weeks. Great praise is due to Hon. Garrett Davis for going to Lexington to address the people in case they should resort to violence. ' ' In Kentucky there were a large number of slavehold ers who were opposed to suppressing the paper in the manner it was done, and openly denounce the perpe trators of this outrage, not only as violating the laws of the land and God, but as injuring the high character of Kentucky and Kentuckians. I, for one, protest against this heinous offence being charged against Kentucky; she never did it It was done by a few slaveholders the personal enemies of Mr. Clay, political aspirants, who think they can make capital out of it and the neighboring rabble, the very dregs of society,who have no characters or property to lose, and who care neither for the laws of decency, man or God, who have no oth er occupation than spunging upon the community in which they live and pillaging their fellow-citizens' property. Fit instruments for such ignoble use! In Kentucky there is a law, and by that law the reckless violators of the sick man's righte will be held accounta ble: and in Kentucky there is a moral law which will inflict its never-failing punishment The manlier por tion of the press and a respectable portion of society did not countenance these proceedings, and now censure the persons engaged in them. Therefore I beg that they, whose conduct should give character to the State, be exempted from the charge of doing so base an ac tion. Fabxan. From the Tribune. Richmond, Ky. Sept 22, 1845 ) Monday, 5 o'clock, P. M. $ Dear Sir: It is with the deepest sorrow and grief thaW have to communicate to you the sad and melan choly intelligence of the death of Judge White, for merly Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives. The manner of his death renders it doubly deplora ble. For some months his health had been very feeble, accompanied by great depression of spirits. He re turned yesterday about 2 o'clock. P. M. from holding the Breathitt Court, not, as his Physician thought, any worse than when he left about a week previous, This morning he seemed to be somewhat worse in body and mind, but not to such an extent as to creato any alarm in his family. He remained to-day mostly in one of the clumbers ot his house, until about 3 o clock 1'. JV1. when he shot himself with a pistol in the right temple, the ball coming out at the back part of the head on the left side, and expired immediately. Oh! how certainly has death established his empire over all the works of nature; how vain are all human pursuits. Our town and county are wrapped in gloom and sorrow at the irreparable loss which they have sus tained by this aid catastrophe. His remains will be iu terred at his residence on Wednesday next, at 10 o' clock A. M. with all the testimonials oflove and respect which his neighbors and friends feel for his memory and high character. The Richmond bar will have a meet ing tomorrow, and adopt resolutions expressive of their deeJP griet and the loss the country has sustained by his death. My time nor the state of my feelings will not per mit me to add more. Very respectfully yours, &c. DAVID IRVINE. FOREIGN Foreign Items. Anti-Mormon Troubles. The latest accounts are from Warsaw the 18th and Quincy the 19th ; from which we learn that the war of fire and blood still continues. The St Louis Gazette reports the death of another anti-Mormon while on a turning excursion. His name is O'Bratney. Up to the 17th, the Gazette reports about one hundred houses burned. It is further reported, that the Mormons have made propositions to the Antis to remove from the coun try in the spring, if the Antis will cease their hostilities and suits against them. The following Proclamation by the Sheriff of Han cock County reveals a fearful state of things. PROCLAMATION. To the Citizens of Hancock County. Whereas, a mob of from one to two hundred men, under arms, have gath ered themselves together in the south-west part of Hancock county, and are at this time destroying the dwellings and other buildings, stacks of grain and oth er property, of a portion of our citizens, in the most in human manner, compelling defenceless children and women to leave their sick beds, and exposing them to the parching sun, there to lay and sutler without the aid or assistance of a friendly hand to minister to their wants, in their suffering condition. The rioters spare not the widow nor the orphan, and even while I am writing this proclamation, the smoke is rising to the clouds, and the flames are devouring four buildings which have just been set on fire by the riot ers. Thousands of dollars worth of property has already been consumed, an entire settlement of about sixty or seventy families laid waste, the inhabitants thereof hred upon, narrowly escaping with their lives, and forced to flee before the ravages ot the mob. After citing the law the Proclamation thus con eludes :1 I hereby call upon the law abiding citizens, as a posset committatut of Hancock county to give their uni ted aid in suppressing the rioters, and maintain the su premacy of the law. v J. B. BACKENTOS, Sheriff of Hancock co. 111. P. S. It is a part of my policy that the citizens of muvoo remain quiet, and not a man from that city leave as a posse until ft be made manifest that the law and order citizens without the city will not have force sufficient to suppress the rioters of this disgraceful out rage, but that 2,000 effective men hold themselves in . readiness to march at a moment's warning to any point in nancocK county. J. a. a. Sheritt, Green Plains, Hancock co., 111. Sept 13th, 1645. The manifest of the Boreas steamer says, " The Mormons have now quiet possession of all the towns in Hancock county, and the citizens are principally in Churchville, Mo." The army which Sheriff Bocken- tos toon Warsaw, numbered from o too hundred. Later. The St Louis Republican, Sept 25, Bays Gov. Ford seems to have abandoned his fust intention to let the Mormons and anti-Mormons fight it out, in different which whipped ; and has issued two proclamations. Exaggerated statements, received at Springfield, pro bably produced this change of purpose, and induced him to make call for five hundred men, from the citizenB of Sangamon, Menard, Cass, Scott, Pike, Morgan and ureene counties. He also calls upon Gen. Hardin. Cols. Baker. Wea- therford, Merriman and Bovec, to aid in raising this force. He says, in one of these papers, that 'this time there is no mistake but that an insurrection does exist;" he appoints Beardstown as the place of rendezvous, and this day as the time, for the gallant militia to make their appearance. free sickness on the use of hydrated trioxide of iron, it is stated procures the recovery of persons who have tiken arsenic. Four new Roman Cotholic bishoprics are a- bout to be established in China, in the cities thrown open to Europeans by the treaty of Nankin. Sir Robert Peel has purchased the original portrait of the celebrated Judge Blackstone, by Cronsborough. According to an article in the Medical Times, dry air is prejudicial, and humidity beneficial to consumptive patients. Prince WoronzofT now persecutes the Circas sians by burning the forests to which they fly for shelter. The iron shipbuilders, Messrs. Hodgson and Co., of Liverpool, are building an iron ship ofj 1,200 tons burden, the first of a line of steam ers between New York and Liverpool. King Oscar, of Sweden, has entirely won the hearts of his people by equalizing the law of marriage and inheritance, despite th e opposition of the nobles. The eldest son of the late Mrs. Ilemans has been appointed engineer to the Irish Great West ern Railway. The London and Birmingham Company has ordered chronometers to be made, with a view to their being placed in the hands of the engine- drivers upon the line, in order to establish uni-. formity of time, and prevent accidents. In Vienna, the Emperor has been distributing rewards, in the grand reception hall of the place, after the example of the King of the French, to the mechanics and manufacturers who contribu ted to the Exhibition of the Trades, in that city. A mixture of metals, possessing qualities anti frictional, and cheaper, yet more durablethan brass, has been accomplished in France. A company is about to be established at Ed inburgh, with a capital of 20,000, to prose cute the business of taking fish in the German Ocean. Native silver ore of a very rich quality has recently been discovered in the East Coombs silver and lead mine, in the parish of Stenibridge, in England. The brave Circassians have again been meas uring lances with their old enemies the Rus sians. The potato crop has been nearly destroy ed, ky blight, in England and on the conti nent. The Queen's continental trip occupied a month one of the most extended periods of self-expatriation which history assigns to an En glish Sovereign. The expense of the feles given upon the occa sion of the Queen's visit to the Rhine is stated in the German papers to amount to 5,000,000 lr.incs (otyuiUJUU sterling.) The musicians alone were paid 400,000 francs. Railway speculation increases daily, and every scleme, however absurd, finds patrons. The Government of VValdeli, in Germany, has prohibited the issuing of a marriage license to persons of intemperate habits. (XIt is stated that the Chinese expend $350 000.000, annually, in burning incense in their adolatrous worship. Mexico. rFrom Vera Cruz advices to the 15th ult. Tobasco-was still in possession of the Federalists, and as yet the government have been unable to despatch any troops to put down the revolt. The revolution at Tobasco is repu- iated by the Federalists of Mexico. Paredes was at San Luis Potosi, with a force f 10,000 men. He was ostensibly making preparations to march for the northern frontier; but his designs are suspected, and he has been accused in Mexico of aiming at a military dic tatorship. A division under his command have pronounced against the present government, and in favor of a military system. Paiedes has written that ha has socceeded in restoring order, and professes to be favorably disposed t the present government; these professions are how ever, distrusted. The Santa Anna party are in favor of post poning the declaration of war against the United States to a more propitious time, in view of the present distracted and unprepared condition of the country. Texas. By an arrival at New Orleans we have dates from Galveston, Texas, to the 17th. The National Register states that the Presi dent of Texas has anthorized Col. Clark L. Ow en at Jackson county, to raise one thousand men to voluntary enrolment, to be mustered into the United States service under Gen Taylor. Jacob Jead, a German who went to Texas with the Prince o Solms, died by a stroke of the sun in Galveston on the 10th, It is said to be the only case which hasoccured at Galveston this season. The Hon. J. B. Miller of Fort Bend, has consented to become a candidate for Governor of the State of Texai. MARYLAND ELECTION. The Democrats have elected four members of Congress, and the Whigs two. In the last Con gress the entire delegation was Whig. The Baltimore Patriot of Friday says, the accounts from the couuties render it doubtful which party will be in the majoaity in th House of Delegates. There was no election for the State Senate, except in Cecil to fill a vacancy, where McCullough, (Dem.) has been chosen. The next Senate will therefore ennsist of 14 Whigs and 7 Democrats. Thus far the House of Delegates stands 27 Whitrg and 37 Democrats. The House of Delegates consists of 79 members. An industrious laboring man, named Jones be longing to Vermont, was killed in a distressing manner in Medway, Mass., on Tuesday of last week. He was working a roller for levelling roads, which was drawn by oxen, and the axle Receipts for the Freeman, not previously acknowledged. S Grinnell. C Collins. T Fairbanks. II Rawson, D Gove, $1,50 each; E A Bliss, 75c; S D Ixwmis, $1,40; R. R. Kinsley, 75c; N P. Harlow, 1,3ft J lUruss, 07c; W N Brock, $3,50; J Bishop, 50c. Great Bargains once more, at Auction and AT THE STORE UNDER MASONIC HALL, MAIN 8T- MR. CHARLES GORMAN, gOLICIT3 the favor of the Ladies ami Gentlemen of iMonlpelier and vicinity, t'i call and exami ne a large stock oi various kinds of GOODS, consisting in the following, viz: part of SHAWLS!!! 0ie of the best assortments nf Shawls ever offered in tl.ia place such an Silk, All Wool Damask, Merino, Ed- :-i TVTt pi i : ,:,l .1 e- requiring Oil, he put his head and arms into an ish Cashmere, All Wool, Newest Style of .Shawl there is aperture at the head of the roller, to enable him to reaeh the centre. While in this situation, the cattle started, and the unfortunate man's head, being brought against the string-piece as the machine revolved, was instantly ciushed to pieces. He left no family. For the Green Mountain Freeman. Advent Lectures. By Divine permission, Mr. Wm, Miller, will give a course of Second Advent Lectures,at the Brick Church, in Morristown, commencing at 1 o'clock on Tuesday, tlie 14th of Oct, inst., and tarry over the Sabbath. All who wish to examine the subject are invited to come and hear. Yours in ha.ste, ( HIRAM BINGHAM. Morristown, Oct 0, 1845. n the market, and such as twvc been sold in Boston fur $20 DRESS GOODS!!! A first rate assortment nf Dress Goods, among which may he found Silk and cotlon warp Alpiccas, Merinos, Indiana Cloth . Camelion, Rent. Cashmi;e and other De ainea, Hosiery, etc. Broadcloths, Cashmeres, and Cutlery, also a splendid Two Horse Wagon, with four eliptic springs, and cast ron hubs, will bfsold without.reserve. P. S. Those wishing to purchase Goods will please call forenoon and afternoon, as I intend t o sell at private sale, and in the evening at AUC 1 ION. Montpelier, October 8, 184o. Notice. The Annual Meeting of the Vermont Bible Soci ety will be held at Montpelier, in the Brick Church, on the 15th October, at 3 o'clock P. M., for the trans action of Business. On the eveninrr of the same day, at the same place, at 7 o'clock, the thirty-third anniversary of the Society will be held : at which time among other exercises, a Sermon will be delivered, adapted to the occasion by the Rev. John Dempster, I). 1). Also ; a meetincr oi the Board ol LMrectors will bo held on the same day, and at the same place, at 2, P. M. Clertrvinen and others from abroad, will be direct ed to places of entertainment by calling at the Store of Mr. Collins, Druggist J. Gridley, Uor. sec. v. a. a. Montpelier, Sept 27th, 1815. The Annual Temperance Meeting, usually held du ring the Session of tlio Legislature, will take place on Tuesday evening the 14th Oct., in the Brick Lliurcli, at 7 o'clock. (T7T1IE BURNING OF THE TOWER OF LONDON, whore many kings and princes have sufer- ed imprisonment and death, has drawn much public at tention to that noble structure. The loss of the troph ies is great and never can be replaced. The amount of human suffering within its walls has been incalcula ble. Sherman's Lozenges could not have saved the head of Lord IIitstinrs or the Duke of York, although they have saved many a one from death by consump tion and neglected coughs or colds. A few of the cough Lozenges will alky the most distressing cases in a few hours and entirely relieve thorn in one or two davs. The Camuhor Lozonses cure the head ache in loss than the time we are writing about them. The most skeptical need but 10 minutes use of them to be convinced. John M. Moore, Esq., editor of the Tat tler, tells us thev cured him m a short space ot tune ai though ho hud no faith in them. Many such instanc es have come to our knowledge. These valuable arti cles are sold at KXi Nassau st. N. Y. JohuW. Moore of Bellows Falls, and Dutton and Clark of Brattleboro,' are wholesale agents, and will furnish agents or others at New York wholesale prices, f or sale by s. 1. iteunelu. " South Carolina calls herself a republic. Site lies! .1 majority ot her people are SLAVES : She is an aristocracy ot the basest kind." V. M. Clav. South Carolina ia always claimed and put down as a ' Democratic' State. And this, notwitstandins- a Imp majority of her inhabitants are held in slavery, and de clared '. chattels" personal," the same as our cows and 'horses! The whole population of that State, at tlie last census, was 594.398, of whom 327,038 were slaves. Jierk. rretman. Further of the Mormon War. An extra from the Illinois State Register says that the adverse parties met near Carthage, and that a fight ensued in which eighteen Anti-Mormons and three Mormons were kill ed. A large number of Anti-Mormons were taken prisoners.' - 1 he Governor has issued a proclamation, ailing out tha militia to quell the disturbance. Consumption in its confirmed and incipient stages, coughs, asthma, croup and liver complaint, form by far the most fatal class of diseases known to our ltind. Yet even those who may be cured by means of the simple yet powerful remedies that are scattered wherever those maladies prevail. Wistar s Balsam ot Wild Gherry is the concentrated essence of those remedies It has cured incipient Con sumption, Asthma, Liver complaint, Croup, etc., in numberless cases where all other medical means have failed. In the first stages of the disease, termed 'Catarrhal Consumption,' originating from neglected COLDS, it has been used with undoviating success, and hundreds acknowledge they owe tlie restoration of their health to this invaluable medicine. In that form of Coyisump- fi'ortso prevailing among young females, commonly termed debility, "GOING INTO A DECLINE," A complaint with which thousands are lingering, it has also proved highly successful, and not only possesses the power of checking the progress of this alarming complaint, but also strengthens and invigorates the sys tem more effectually than any other medicine we have possessed. Oct. 8, 1845. 12 DOZ. U.UIilllCLLAS, Ellis, Wilder and Co's. 41 SHOES. adies and Gents, will find a Prime Article of A Rubber over shoes: Also; Kid slips and Walk ing shoes, at Ellis, Wilder and Co s. Oct. 9, 1845. 41. BUTTKR AND CHEESE. Wilder and Co. will - pav cash for good tl.LI Butter and cheese. Monlpelior, Oct. 9th, 1S45, 4w41 J. W. HOWES, ILL be opening this week and next a very exten sive assortment of N E W G2 C9(I9 HjaiS BALDWIN', SCOTT, & CO. P5"AVE just roeeived at the Old Cheap Store, a co Dletestoci of RICH SEASONABLE GOODS, among which are GERMAN, ENGLISH, snJ AMERI CAN Wool Dyed BROAD CLOTHS Beaver and Tilot Cloths, Kuban or Gold Tweed, (a beautiful article for Fall wear) 30 pieces Eancv DOE SKIN and CASSLMERKS, Velvets and SATINS Rich French Vestings, and Tiimmings of every description. Rept. Shaded and Plain CASHMERES, Merinos, De Lanes, Orleans Cloth, Indiana do, Plain and Figured. AI.PACCAS, SILKS, ALPINES, MERINOS ;ALA PLAIDS, CIIENA GINGHAMS, FIG'l) COBURG1I. 2 j 0 PIECES PRINTS. Rich Cashmere QTT A T U Delaine, French Printed, do. Y J J.J and Common. a great variety of ouds for Children wear. Carpel liars Cord and Tassels Muffs Boas Capes Furs, Gloves, Hosiery, Mills, Cravats, Hdkfs., German Worst eds White aud Mixed English Yarn Merino Shirts Umbrellas Linseys Table Covers, and Nap'-uns Lin ens, Cambrics Alpacca Aprons, Knit Wnnl Caps, r lan- nels, ftc. Sc. whicli we oltfr at l.uw J'liicr.n. rur chaserswil! do well to give us a call before buvinj else where. mWU Of fill fa lav lawBS a ra K'm &a Viil dJ -iif T Sept. 8. 1845. 38 OOrER'S ISING GLAS and Irish Moss or Blanc id S, P. REDFIELD. c sonlng, for sale by NOTICE. The subscnber informs his former custom ers and the public, that he still carries on the manu facturing of EDGED TOOli5, at the old Stand, near the Arch Bruljro on Berlin side, where he will maniilaclTire the following tools: AXES jumped or repaired, BROAD AXES, II AND AXES, ADZ, CITISSELS, SHAVES, CAST STEEL HAMMARS, and STEEL SPRINGS for Waggons. All Tools warranted, or made Rood, or the money refunded. HEZEKIAH WARD. Montpelier, March 1, 1345. l:ly. HI O IV T F i: L I V. II STOVE .wik. Be.ii33:rai3a:J vwms etc. I CP ESTABLISHED IN 1825.) a Ira Ka via M7 & ts u UIE subscribers are now opening a largo and rich stock of FALL GOODS, which we will sell very low for casli, er good credit. Please call and sue 60 pieces Silk and Cotlon warp Alpaccas, 100 Cashmnres, D'La'mos and Rryzantinen, 10,000 Yards Prints, from 6 to 25 cts pr. yard 1,000 " Uich Dicss Silks. Domestic Goods. 5,00!) Yards Hrown Cotton, 1,000 do. nicnxlied. do. 1:000 do. Ticks and Drills Worsted Department. tG&6hffh SHADES ZEPHYR WORSTEDS. OWSIP Marking Canvass and Patterns, Steel and Gilt Beads, Steel and Gilt Bag CUsps, Purse Rings. Purse Twist and S;ik, lla and Malt cord an? Tassels, Perforated Paper, Carpet Bags, &c. &c. Woolen Goods. 60 Pieces German, English and American Broad Cloths, 100 ' Plain, Striped and Checked t'assimere and Doe Skins 200 Vest I'allcrin, Roh Roy and Linscy I'laids, Black and Blue Black .Silk Telvei, Cravats, Rib bons, Gloves, Hosiery, Linens, Linen Lawns, Damask Napkins and Table Covers, Lace, Muslin. Bonnet Wire, Wire Taste, Edgings, Gauxo and Haniian Veils, Plumes, Velvet Ribbons for Trimming, &c. &c. ALSO, a full supply of Hard-Ware, Crockery, Nails, Glass, Paints, Oils, and Dve .S'tull's. ELLIS', WILDER, k CO. Montpelier, Sept. 2), 1S45. 4w. & C R. WOOD HAVE just received a new addition to their laige and extensive assortment of STOVES from the Bran don, Albany and Troy F'urnaces, and now offer Victoria, Nos. 2, 3 and 4. Yankee Notions, 5 varieties, Omant's, 8 ' Cooltine Vermont, 2 " I Parlor (with cast ovens) 2 " STOVES. Diving Flue , Rotary, 3 " Gothic Air-Tight, Parlor. Low's Patent, Troy, " " Conant's, 5 varieties, " " Four Column, ' Two Column, " Ffanklin, " Vermont, " Box Stoves of all kinds and sizes. Potash and Caldron Kettles; Fairbanks' and Co nant's Ploughs; Hollow -ware; tin, copper and sheet- iron Furniture; Russia and English iron stove-Pipe. 4 L SO LE ao Pipe that is linned inside an excellent article which prevents the corroding of the lead, and keeps the water pure; copper and cast-iron Pumps, &c. Jk-c. Please call and examine. Montpelier, Sept. 18, 1845. 38 In Brandon, Sept 24, Mr. Ira Benson and Mrs. Fan ny Hale. Also, Bent. Xuth, Mr. Amasa Collins and Miss Aimi ra Blnckmer. In St. Johnshtiry, Mr.Enoch Blake of Cabot and Miss Sarah Rogers of Watcrford. $ A i S A PA li 1 1, 1a . POMSTOL'K 3c CO'S Concentrated Compound and Fluid Extnic of 'tfura'aparilla, for the cure of hcoriuin, General Debility, Tetters, Pimples on thr Face, Ulcerations of tli;i throat. Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Diseasca, Scaly eruytmna of the skin, Mercurial & Siphiloiil diseases, lines iroin impure nab its ol tn Pains mid swell in im of the hodv bones, Livur Alla'ti ns. and all dirfcuseti arising from an impure, stati of the. blood, expu-urc ami imprudence m iiu excessive use oi iriitrcun , .c. The siirfittpiirui;. can ua ue.p;n(iea upon by vv ry me as Iviinj ns good jiMnny tmiinr in inn country nr bur p;;. tvopi? ran avail Miein uclvtis or iiot jiift as they nleiwe in usinie SarBarmrillii. Thi mire extract in put up in on largi; or larper hottlea ux liny sold for one dol lar, ut the unpreceuenieii low price ot ;W cents per buttle, Held by Comatock & lloss, No. tit Tremont Row, Boston, and by i?, ft. nonius, immipeuer. , BLESSING TO MANKIND. CONNELLY MAGICAL PAIX EXTRACTOR. This gr;at Healing Halve is acknowledged by all w ho Imve usee it to be the most wonderful article ever known. It rxni'lls idl iniu ry by fire, extracts all pain, mid prevents mortification in every case. It will cure any ol the following complaints, or pay is rctu aeil for it. Hums, Old Sores, Eiesypf-las, Scalds, Hruiaes, Chafes, S;ilt Rheum, Hcorfula, Wounds, Eruptions. Sort Eves, Piles, Chilblains, Cold in Wound, Tender Fort. It cures sore eyes, eases canrers, fretpn iilly rrmnvina Lhein w ith out pain or agony, speedily allays inclination and reduces swel ling and is a salve none should he w ithout. The following remar kable case was furnished impute recently, and hundreds uf others WE TOO AVE received a SPLENDID ASSORT MENT of NEW FALL GOODS. For the brago-inr; part, we refer our friends some of our ncijjlibors' (limiiin; advertise ments; and before purchasing elsewhere, plcnse call and see tlie shows. L. & A. A. CROSS. Mon tpelicr, Oct 1, JS4.3. 40:44 to I LYMAN Jt KING-. ailE.1T J1RR1F.1L OF NEW FALL GOODS! From Ren -York and Boston! !4fc4h HIX'ES PRINTS, from 6 to 17 cts. 11)0 do MOI'SUN D'LAlNKS. 17 to 34 25 ps CASIIMERF. DTOSSE, 30 to 50 10 " Hep CASHMERES, 37 1-2 to 50 25 Silk warp Al.PACCA, 58 to 75 5 ' Twilled INDIANA, 7 to 1,00 10 CAMP.I.IANS, 83 to 37 1-2 100 New and Eleeant SHAWLS, 2,00 to 5,00 50 dor. Ml ITI.EU.S, 12 to 34 50 ps IiliOAD-CI-UTIIS. 2,00 to 5,00 20 " SATTINETS, 5S to 1,00 25 " Fancy DOE. SKIN, 1,12 to 1,34 50 " liedTir'.unirs, 12 1-2 to 17 10 doz Face Shawls, 75 to 1,45 .'1LSO: A splendid lot ol Florence Itlne TEA-WARE, and all other kinds of CROUKEltY, at the lowest New York prices. We alo sell all kinds of GROCERIES as low as were sold In Montpelier la-H fall, excepting u few articles that are higher in market. We have recoived, 2000 11)8 St. Croix SUGAR, 1000 " Lo.if do 5 lids MOLASSES, 1500 lbs SALERATUS, 15 bags Cnflee, 3 boxes liar Soap, 50 lbs Cloves, 1000 " Rice, Sickness in Children, And tlie inflerins whirh tliry uniti rpo from "wiumi" ottvn tend to a fatal termination, wtulo file cause is never simprcter' Otlensiva breath, pi.-kini! at the nose, grinding the mall duriwrsleep, slart'iil in wleep with 1'riiilit ami srreaiuirii!, truiildeMime ronth, and fi ver-inline.-, are amen" tlie Prominent symptoms of tlio presence of worm. A timely uxe of Hit I'.IIMAX'S WORM LOZENGES Will hnmeiliately remove nil these iinili-a.-';uit Hyin'tnmH, and es toro to perfect health. Sifter igniitiun, Superior of Hie Cntl Ji Hull' Orphan Asvlnm, Ins aild: d her testimony in their favor, t- Jie tlimojnn.L u io. ii ie..-.. n,,n.. i..-i'..rU Ki... Knii:-t th.'it there are ver 10:) cliihtri-ii in the Asylum, and that they have been in the hid :of u.sinu tUieniKiti's l,iteii::, find tie nlwavs found them to ht at tended Willi tlie most benclii ial effects. They have h'-lell proved lo be illfallilde ill over 4011,11110 rases. I'ONsH.'.UlTIO.N,', rilttui'liz.l, Ciushs, Ci.hU, Whooping Conch, TightneiM of the Lunf or Chest, may lie cured. Itev. H.irins Anthony was very low fruu Consumption, Jeiintlcin Howarth, tlie celebrated lcnicniiice Lec turer, was reduced to the venre of tlie grave by raising glood. Rev Mr. Dunbar, of New V'ork, tlie ltev. Mr. De forest, KvangclUt ill tlie West -ril part of the Slate, Kev. !elislill Htreeter.of Huston, the wif of Oramnus Dibble, Ksip, in -Moravia, and hundreds of cithers, Imve been relieved and cured, by a proper use uf Hll Hit MA.ViS COIJtill l.O.l-'.NliESi And no medicine has ever her n ottered to the public which has b -en more elfecliiul ill the relief nf those diseases, or which can be reci.inmended witii more confidence. They allay nil itching or irri tation, render the cough easy, promote experioratinn, remove the cause, ami produce tin: most happy and lasting eflects. HEADACHE, Palpitation of the Heart, Lowness of spirits, Sea-sickness, Despon dency, raininess, Cbolic, Spashu, Cramps of the Stomach, Hum mer or llowel 1 'oinplaint-s also all the distressing symptoms arising from free living, or a night of dissipation, are quiikly and entirely relieved by using SIIEUMAN'ft CAMPHOR UIZEXfiKs1. They act. speedily and relieve in a very short space of time, giving tone and vigor to the syst -in, and cnabh a pursuit usiuj them, to un dergo great mental and bodilv fatigue. llll'ECMATISM, Weak Pack, pain and weakness in the llreast, Tack, Limbs and othor parts of tlie body, nre speedilv nnd etl'eetiially relieved by SHI-'.IiMAN'S POOH MAN'S Pl.ASTl-'.ll, Which cost only 1'J l-'-i cents, and is within the reaehof all. So great has been the reputation of this article,, that one million will not begin to supply the annual demand. It is acknowledged to bo the best strengthening plaster in the i rid. HE WAKE Ol' IMPOSITION. Dr. Sherman's Poor Man's Plaster, has his name with direction! printed on Ibe hack of the plaster, and a fr'-fAC siMii.Etr of the Doctor's written name under the directions. None other are genu, ine, or to be n lied on. Dr. Sherm ill's Warehouse is No. IWi, Nas sau st. New yirk. The (i-nuilie is for sale bv the f..wlg Agents.- 3. P. Rr.nrm.B, Montpelier; A. Cleavel.uid it Co., Ilrooklicld; E. llobart it. Co., W. Randolph; E. II. Aihsivorlh, Williamstown; N. C. Hale, Chelsea) J. Pratt, I'osl Mills; (i. W. I'ricliard & Son, lliailford; A. T. Ban croft, I'luinrkld: M. Wires. Cambridge; II. S. Camp, Stowe; K. Landoii Sl Co., Williston; tioss t llolctiins, Uaterbliry; J. flaw, yer, Morotown; Caslmiaii tc Flint, Warren; Waterman h. CRily, Morrisvill.i; A. D. Lanipson & Co.. llraintree; J. ft. Smith, Lndltif l- Cbildi, Wiliniiigloii; Hriggs & Piml, Rochester: 111. P. Rfevuiis Uoyalton; U. It. Aloulloii, llrolgwutiir; U. N. Smith, Bottwl 31 EI ALT 35 Y FA3&Hili:$. HEALTHY (wUv9 an; Umno who ine tlio IIESURUKCTIOX or PKIWl.W IMIJ.H." Tdi'v kt'i'n tlu- ntoiii;tfh clean, the liver fre, ttii: hlimil pure, tlu: jpi-tit: Mori, the mind brillmnt; in a word tin; p rsiiii in'iiltliy. Those who Ii.um sallow or yellow rniiiiti imiic- va may in; iissureti inai their liver is more or irss maimsfsu; ami mas by t-.ikint: the lYrroiin VU frequently, their t!tin will heroine clear ami tair, llu'ir stoiiirtfh will he xtreiiiithehed, ami they will have a h -allhy How if puiv! liltiod, which will givo the bloom of health. Tlnwe who are im lineil to tV.vvr ami ninie, dyspepsia, coHtiveiiens,. or who have an unpleasant taste in their mouth in the morning,, should use IhfHe pilh, fox th -y vl an-e the stomach co cilertiiiilly that tiie br.-aih h' cnui; s perfectly sweet. Parents and nil others should hear in mind, that they are an etlectual cure uf the diarrah ie;t. No children have Iven known to tha i.f summer complaint who have used th-se l'iH from the commencement of their disc-aae.; mark this ! for you will blame yourselves, if your children die,tlut you did not try th' IVrsii'u Tills ? Hold by S. K. t.'OMJNH, Motit'M lier, Vt. BALM OF COLUMBIA. Ladies and entl.'iuen, will you be without the genuine Oldrlilg r.ri Halm of Columbia for your hair? Von may depend upon it it In tin only art irt - that is sure to prevent balduesi, and keep tlie head free from dainlrill'. We have known it to rewtore hair on the bald heads of persons Fevftity years of aye Cnnmtnck &, Rofh give refer ence to any that wih, to tlmsi; that haw been perfectly bnld for years and have bad their hair re stored within the hist two month ilesureond pet the i nuine, With the tiiauu if Cui.iluk A. on it or get none. FRENCH DEPILATORY. This article,'nscd fir tali inir od'sujierHuous hair fruul the facs and; neck, is sold for oi) ci nts per b iltle. ffrAII the above are for sal by COMSTOCKfc BOSS, No. 19, Trenioiit Itow, Boston and in Mcutpilier by Iv. P. K. COLLINS. 25 Chests TEA, 15 lioxes Uaisins, 100 Ihs Cinnamon, 2000 " Tobacco, 100 " Nutmegs; Episcopal Convention in N.Y. The Commercial Advertiser of Monday evening; gives a report ol the proceeuuifm or tins body dtinnp; tlie af ternoon of Saturday and the forenoon of Monday, (4th and 5th days.) And according to this, little progress has been made. The debate on Saturday afternoon was but little inferior in violence and confusion to tlie worst scenes in our Congressional House of Representatives. The house seems to have been a very bedlam. Cries of 'question, question,' 'order, order,' 'chair' 'ad journ, adjourn' 'no, no' mingled with laughter, shouts tlie imploring voice or the President, and the repeat ed raps of his mallet, altogether made up such a scene of confusion as, the Commercial says, 'no stenography, phonography or any other graphy can graphically e nough describe.' Such a scene as induced tlie President of tlie Convention to say, at tlie opening of the session on Monday morning : 't or thirty years have 1 been a momher ot tins body and been present, with I believe but oner exception, at all its sittings. I have been present at or heard of tlie proceedings of other like bodies, and yet saw I never, nor have I ever heard ol, nay, 1 had no conception ol such a scene as that exhibited on this floor on Satur- urday last This body closed its sessions on Tuesday evening. The debate which has excited so much warmth re specting tlie disposition of Bishop Onderdonk's case, was finally terminated, oy a sortot compromise between tlio contending parties ; by which they have essentially dodged the question ot the inshop'S guilt, and whether EI Q i: 'OT' ETEfC&Ei In Hinesburgh, Oct 3, Mttbcl Amira, wife of Geo. Lee Lyman, Preceptor of Hinesburgh Academy, and daughter of Lyman Field, of Worcester, aged 20 years. In Pittsford, Sept. 23, Zcbulon Pond, aged 60. In Plnnant Vnllnv. Fluntinnrdnn co.. Pfiiin.. Sent. 8. t. ci. -ii a rv-.l r n l a ne C2f CO a y woniienui, i uiuiiy even more so,i iiiiui ue auui-i , a il lor Rev. Stillman A Fisher, son of Lid. A. I isher, ol ht.1 .', ;ttnmn ,ve ,'VB ,. Johnsbury. ! A child, a nephew of a friend of mine, stepped into a vessel of In Brattleboro,' Sept. 25, Miss Ann C. Putnam, aged , Wg ";' "'' scalded its leg up t the knee, yvh.-n council', A c o Pain Kxlractor from Conistock's was applied, which almost instant- 18. N My frnve relief to the little sutferer, and soon entirely cured it. Al- In Windsor, Sept 24, Mr. Jonathan Hall, a Soldier , cllilil of my own burned its baud severely, audi used this f t i iw I Salve, which (rave instant relief and cured it entirely, and I fur OI tlie Revolution, OS. one could nut b induced to do without it. I think every fauiilv In Kirbv. Sept 25, Mrs. VV elthey Wood, aged 69' should always keep it on hand in case of such accidents. I II AI1AM.1 l..ji..F ..C .'I......1. Hallfterties, N Y. 5told by Comstock & Ross, No. 19, Tremont Row, Boston, and by S. K. Collins, Montpelier. WORMS! WORMS!! WORMS!!! KO I. M HTOC K'S V B It M 1 V UG K. This remedy for Worms is one of the most extraordinary ever used. It effectually eradicates worms of all sorts, from children and adults. , . . ... , , mm I 1 iiuusuiiuB uensii oy worms trillion, 10c irtii i.iiose oeiue aiitiwii. yokes working oxen, 43 cowa and calves, 2450 sheep PonifJ otll(T n:llS0Il is ttHSiglK!(i fjrthe nkkno, until too late to cure the true cmian. VV hat imiiitw.; N'sMHi3ilility then rest-t upon tint parent who dons not Know, and tlie doctor who doew not understand tin; com years. ISRlGHTOiY MARKET. Reported for the Boston Advertiser. Monday, September, 29, 1845. At market 1850 head of beef cattle, 1200 stores, 12 and about 2000 swine, Beef Cattle Sales of extra, $5,25; first quality, $4, a 4,75; second quality, $4 a 4,25; third quality, a 3, 5U. Store Cattle There being but few buyers, sales were not noticed. Working oxen Sales notied at $71, $7G, $79, and $92. Cows and Calves Dull. Sales were made at $1S, 17, 19, 21, 23, 27 and 0). Sheep Sales of old sheep mado at $1,25, 1,50 and 2,75; Lambs from $1,25 to 2,12, Swine Old hogs, but fat, at 4c; Shoats at wholesale, 3 l-4c for sows and 4 l-4c for Barrows. At retail 4 and 5c. N. B. The Beef Cattle at market to-day were of a very poor qualiiy, but generally sold at tho above pric- Bobton, Oct 1, p. m. Cotton Prices remain with out alteration, and sales are small. Provisions Trans- 11. 1 , Aft 1.LI- US T , ifO S f the Episcopal Church in tint Diocee has indeed a bish- j at:"0,w1 J" nw Vi 7 T 1 .75 i o nn nw P 'vL fMWinrr nn.nh.fi nnd nlnhnn. Cashi 5 d "P? l11' Carfi; clear, $14 1-2, CBJlh; Hams 9 l-2c, cash. lour Fair demand for Genesee nlinut wind) ix destroying those prcciuus flowers ol hij children. VVlmt should bo ilmut? The answer is plain. (Jive this VwrmifiiRi!, which will bo sure to dn good, if thny have no worm, nnd if tlicy havo It will destroy und eradicate with a ccrtuinty nnd pm-innm truly astonishing. It cannot harm tho Himtlht infant or tho stronjitsdt adult. Tlirt? it no mercury ut mineral in it. Mercury is the li;i-is uf most worm feint-died i and the remedy is soinetiiucM worse than tin: disease So never line lozciigctt ; but rely upon this. Kvery piTdon will br; convinced on one trial that it is the moHt perfect cure ever invent ed, We call nn .ill good citizens to inako known the clfcctu of thin wonderful rem -lv. frr Price 'J5 cent. Hold by (omtock & Rom, No, 19, Tremont Row, Boston, nnd oy c. iv voi ii n , Munieiiur. RE.MAKKABLE CURE OF DEAFNESS. f From the Philadelphia Spirit uf tho Timun.l P. X. Lyinun, 5-2, Commerce Htreet, was ctireil uf tutu! rlenf- Mr. op or not. The following preamble and resolutions were finally passed unanimously, and all further action on the case of the Bishop dispensed with. That to remove all doubts as to the duty of the stand ing committee under the cannons of this diocese, to provide for the performance of those Episcopal acts, without which a church cannot be maintained Resolved, That the second section of the 10th can on of this diocese be amended aa follows: By inserting after the words, 'in case of a vacancy in the Episcopate,' in the first line, the following, 'of j uie inaonity or aisaoimy or me JBisnop.- at 4,81; Georgetown, old, $i 75, do new, $5,05 a 5,12 1-4. Corn A lair business, sales ol yellow Hat at 08 c; white, 50c. Uats JtK. Sugar JNotlnng doing dc- yond tlie wants of the trade, at previous prices. lasses Hales ot Havana sweet at !oc. JtUas. Butter slapping order do Btore do family, prime, Cheese, new milk, do four mea lb 12 1-2 13 15 71-3 5 1-2 nmB of fifteen year's standing, by a few fl;uiks of Dr. Ale Nair'n Ac caustic Oil. He had a short time before returned from Boston where he had nint 875, had ih-j touxil of liitt ears taken nut. am many otherexp.;rimnnU tried with the facility, but without miccess. He had alsoupjnt over $100 in thi city to the faculty, but he wiu I aft in the same state when they were through. Ife then in despair tnu - gin ne would try one mom thing net tire he gave up, and procu red a tlaxk of Dr. McNair'a Accoutic oil and helin cured. Sold by Comrtock & Ktwa, No. 19 Tremont IUw, Doston, and by b. iv. Looms, Aionlpeiier. THE NAPLES HAIR DYE. For some urmccouiitablo rennon, fur the lnt one or tow years, ma ny yulinir peoile,huth male and female, have had tho misfortune tti have their hair turn permanently gray. We have been frequently applied to for Romething to turn the hair back to it natuial color, which has induced u(to goto much tnmhloand expense in order to furnish our customer, aud the imhlic Generally with a new and im proved Hair Dye one that I. nearly etfectual and not the lea-tt in jurious to the head or hair for the moderate price of 51) cent, tier but- 14 II f- We have succeeded beyond our expectations. This article we on-'r to no puunc witn (treat connuonco. vve nave uau it inorounn erly tested, time after time, before wo could offer it for .ale. The price ia such that all can afford to use it, and its quality we believe fo be superior to any ever hetore made. 6 1-2 j 8. K. OolliM, Monajwlifr. ' ' Mo- 15 18 In fact, wc have nil kinds of Groceries, which must and shall be sold, at Boston prices, with freight added ALSO: 10 Cases Men's Thic't Boots, 5 do. Boy's 3 do. Kip Men's Boots. 10 Cases Rubber Shoes. It is needless to sav any thins about the prices ot Boots, for we will sell them less than can be bought in .Montpelier. ALSO: 10 fiules of heavy SHEETING, We lim e on hind 10 do. Fine do fjw b.ilus nf Slieetin; 5 Twilled Cotlon. j 6 1-2 cts by piecp. Wo return thanks for the many favors which we have received, and shall continue to sell Goods on the cash principle and at lower prices than can be bought in Ver mont. Just received a large lot of HARD WARE, Brass Kelt ties, Knives and Corks, Butts, Screw, &c. &c Also received, a lnrae lot of NEW CARPETING, com prising All Wool Ividderminsler, Cotton Carpelin? Stair Carpelina, RUGS, of various styles and patterns. Onened lliisdav. a large assortment of MUFFS and BOAS. 5 doi Sprint? Ton CAPS, 10 dnz ITR TRIMMED CAPS, 5 bales BUFFALO ROBES. Finally, we would say to Merchants and Pedlars who wish to replenish the r sloe's, that we will soil as cheap as vou can send to Boston and obtain Goods of the same quality. LYMAN & KING Sept. 24,1845. i'.:k i: i:i:ni i;i? LA ftf; K BOTTLIW 1,5(1, SMALL BOTTI.KS $1,00. TTt, TAT LOK'ti I1ALSAM OV L.VKItVVOKT, FUOM 375 ItOUEUJf, iFAV YOKK. Fob tub ccbb of Cough. Coldi, CoNttymo, Livkh L'umi'laint, Asthma, tfce. Kent! the lolluwing I do nnwt earnestly -k the serious attention of every individual Jiiivinn liny ti rivet inn of the Lunda, or dtriponition to Cuim'Mmoiv, Asthma or Liwr t'oinplnint, or Consumptive Dyspepsia, Puljiitittion &e., to read the r.llmviiig cert iti eaten, which f tlio shortest niuoug thiirie. rereimy reeeivcu. i assure me kick timi iin.ro is no quackery or himihui!, hut an honest development f tac ts, which I am reiuiy to mihfttnntiate, anil udvme. every nm: to ht'ware ot coun- ri.'in tiinl mutation, ana buy oniv as above, or oi jueeus sl Haz ard, .No. 177 Watyr t. OI UUOA J. LUKUS. IloneHilnle, Penn., April 23rd, 18-13. Hear Doctor: Tlih may certit'v that I have bren ntilirteil for ft n:iinlier of v;arrf with disetipe of the lnii!, which had reduced m to the verue of tlie gnive. All medient uid proved tinavniliiifr, and owiuc to tlie weaknesH t,C my emist tuliou whirh uo Imil niaierinl- ly unpaired, fdtthat 1 could nut liallle the dwease; at Uim tune I was reetmim-nded to try Dr.Tuylor's tlcimine llaUnm ((' Liverwort, from 'Mo bowery. I did fo, and by its ethtacy tan with ?aft;ty nay, I lrtvi; biui almost restored to health, as much so as the inhnnitiu of old nv. would permit. All those who are nlriicteil with flisemtes of the 1:iml'- nr Liver, 1 would especially urce to avail themsrlvus of his Hnvr.tin Itemedy. 1 im tvrtilirnte ciui be relitd upon, aim cunu's i'roiu one uf H12 oldest inliabilants oflhw tow n. rjifned JOil.N (iAKKKT. The nbovft certificafj we have th? pleasure to send you with per-. mission tu publish. Vuurs Truly, J. Sc A. P.XYDFR. Orasoe, March 1st, 1845. Tn is to certify , that about fiw years since, I was taken with raising blood necoiiipauini with a nmi;h. My physician informed tint it proli.iitlv came troni tlie iiiiil': ine ninou was oi a urigni red cul ir: 1 had two spells of it. I went as soon an possible to your Ufreiit, L)r. l,owrie, in .Newark, and procured one bottle of your geu uin I)b. T.wLfiB Balsam of Liverwort, which arted on me lik a charm, entirely curing mo, and 1 have never rained any since thai time, but afterward took aniiilrr buttle fur certainty. 1 am a resi dent of Oranpe, iV w Jt rsey, wlM-ro 1 can be reterrmt to at all tunes if any wish to know personallv about the curativi qtiitlitieH of thi most excellent medirin". ' ISAAC UALDW'IN, vurii b.f-.r;; m lie; 1st day of Marrb, 15. II. C. ToWNKR, Com, (,f Decrfs. For wile bv Sihs Burbank, Jr. and S. K. Cidlins, Montpelier; R Perry, Cnbut; K. Sl J. M. Kitliardson, WaitiitieU; Cuslinianli Flint, War ran; W. K. Barnard, Northtiuld CONGRESS U Belli SPRING WATER, le or Box, by for sale by tho S. K. COMXXS. Monlpelier, Se BURNIUH & VAIL. T T AVE iu.it received the largest atul hat assortment o I L iCP C A 1 S ever orterpd for salo in Montpelier. Boys, you can get a goud Fur Trimmed Cap for the small m of 75 cents. September 8, 1945. 38w OXJRNINCr GOODS) nf every description, TJL at BALDWIN, SCOTT & CO's. Medicine for the Million! SRAVKR'S JOINT AND NERVE LIMlfENT, Foil the cure of llheuinatuiii, Gout, Hpniins, Bruges, SwellinBf, Cramp, Numbni-sH, Lam; niss of all kind, I'ain in iIk: side,.baclt or loiiH, iWnknewa of the jo ntfaud nerves, Airiit, stitl'nerk, sting f niA: i-M, t 'bilblains, 1'reh wounds, Kurus, ! ror zca, und all caaca Of KxTKHNAL I.VJI RY. 1 here h im never appeared a medicine which possesses the peae- tratii! and henlinir pnwer in o tre.it a decree, whi'e at the saina tini ', it cannot by any ptiw b Lty produce injurious ett'eots. By itn action on thf tk u, it excit-s a h 'althy circulatiim of the blood, nnd. reinovo the (ilHlnu tH ii8 to the Insosihi b lk hspi b a i h which ii. the cause of o much human sufleiinsi. It has rottiU'te control over fire, nnd tuny he used with perf 'ct wtlHy in the wurnt casus of burns The pii o piit up:ui it, beins f ir b .iw othi r nviicini of tlio kind, most effectually removes every obstacle to its mi i vernal use. Why will you sutler pain, when a saf.-, ellicacions &nd,chenp lueiuciuti U within your reach ? IMPOKTAXTTO OWXKRS OY TIOrtSESr Tliis Liniment in not only h 'njiieial to the hutiian system, but is the b.'st article tli;it can be u-ed for Hordes tiiat have been jailed,, sprained or bruised, and t'.ir many other disnses r quiring an si te in a 1 remedy. The liieh character of the gentlemen signing tin fnllowin certificate will render it nf interest to all who may hav occasion to use a medicine of tlie kind. The undersitrned, hariig made use of Seavw's Liniment for Humes, and tiudiii( it to be a valuable remedy tor Iaru'-nes8, galU, HprauiH, bniie.s, &c, won hi recommend it to our fiiendsi ami thu public generally, believin? that those who may liave occasion touso a remedy for tiny of the d'scuwri lor which it is recommended, will, not be disappointed in its effect. J.otell Farr, Hrattl ' boro, Vt., 1 Otis Hardwkli Walpom, N. II., ! Btna (ir,y, IhiitTiNoToN, " " f Proprietor! VeI.KI t, H AniTHo!tfl, u ) Trrpsrcd colyby T. i:avi:b & ons Ibugfii-ts, Vnlpde, N, IL Ileeil, Wing k t 'utl 'r, 51 Chatham st., Ronton, W'lii 'siiIh Agt ntsj Obspbve Kvery bottle of the genuine will imve tlie igmitmo T. Heaver &l S.in on the inside wrapper. fry Price nnd 5'J rents per Imttle. Tor sate by H. K. Collins, Montpelier; (1. T. Ptowell, Middlesex; J. i. StiiiMim, Waterhury; O. Trench, liar re; N. G. HuU, Chefrea; It. Pierce At Co., Noi thfleld; K. Perry, Cabot; Peck &.?penr, Bur- liiwtnn; Stoddard, ittitinnii ana ny ineulinntw and dnigcifts gene rally thrmiglioiit the Stats, 3tf:ly Ihs. Ground ROCIv SALT; 10 sicks Liverpool do Coarse and Fine Western do For sale low, by Baldwin, Scott and Co. 200' STATE OF VERMONT, RANDOLPH DISTRICT, 83. Tin. Il.m. "thr Pnibnt.- Court fur tlw Diltrict (if Rnrulululi; To nil nnr- cnia ninrerili'rt in thn cstiite cf BENJAMIN rOHTElt, lata of! ltiiiKlnlph, deocmed, UrM'tinc lUnciim. Wm. II. II. I'ortih. Kvenitor of tlie lust will and Tiw ' tamuut ami of tlm estite of naid dpf-i-aHoil, rt'cisuMts said Court to allow him tlm further time of ono year from and lifter tho eighth day of Ortoltcr, A. 1). 1K-1-"), lo make payment ot the (lettu and lego. rien. mid clone the HettleiuRiit of the estate. Therefore, you are herelty notified that aahl npptlrnlinn will be heard nt nnefHion ol l he rrobnte Court, tone held nt 1). I hnyer's inn in llumlolph, in mill District, on toe twelfth d iy of November next nt whieh time vou nmv be h'-ard in the nremiNos. And titifl oriler shall he puhlished three weirkssuffewsively, inthe Green Mountain r ret.'man, a newspaper printed at nionin iier, in this 8tute,the lust of which publication shall Ik tiefurethe day assign ed for hearing ns aforesaid. Uivi-n undjr my hand at Tunbridgn, in inld District, this twenty Hfth day September, A. 1). 1B45. . OU8TAVU8 ROI.FB, Register. CROCKERY, GLASS & HAItD-WAUE!! atoitment iiist opened, by BALDWIN, SCOTT, & CO. DEO OS AIID MEDICiim Paints and Dye Stiiftl., A FRESH Sl'ITLY OF A1X VARIETIES, Just reeled by P- REDFIELD. Monlpelier, June I. 1845. 23 r K, ItlLltOUIlN, a iilxU - Corner of .Tfain and State Sis., MONTPELIER, FT., CONTINUES to perforin (lie various operaliona It. dental surgeky, necesbtry fur Hit presetTaiios and health of the Teeth and Gums, Also superior in destructible teeth inserted, from one to a full sK hy engrafting on the fangs of decayed teath.or a Gold. Plate, as tlie case may tequite. Particular attention given to the prereniinn and remedy oat irregularity of teeth in Children and Youlh. which Is . often the e.juse of premature decay and loss f t ha I'eetU Monlpelier,, September 12. IP44,.