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FOREIGN. Latest from Mexico. The editor of the New Orleans Picayune hns seen a letter from Vera Cruz, dated the 27th nil Tt is rrnpfltf a lpttpr nf rumors. Some of the more important items we give below: It is said that the Mexican Government re cently obtained a loan of $200,000. of the foreign merchants in anticipation of accruing dnties, and that the money was at once despatch ed to the armies of Generals Aaredes and Arista. A rumor is mentioned that the Church was willing to advance $15,000,000, if they could thereby prevent the inroads ot heretics into the country. An order arrived at Vera Cruz on the 24th ult. for all the women to leave the castle of San Juan d'Ulua; and on the 25th news came that the State of Tobasco had returned to her alle giance to the existing Government. The writer does not believe that a single letter of marque has been issued by the Mexi can Government for future use, and he is very likely to know. The Mexican steam vessels of war are hauled up under the protection of the castle, prepared for nothing but Northers, The fears of an internal revolution were so decided that the very day was named for an out break of what U called Santa Anna's pnrty. Later from Texas. By the arrival at New Orleans on the 13th, of the schooner Florinda, from Galveston, we have intelligence to the 10th inst. There is nothing however of special in terest. The brig Galvesten arrived at Galves ton on the Gth inst. from New York, with arms and ammunition belonging to the United States Government. The ship Star Republic was daily expected. The. Potato Crop. A. letter from Halifax, Nova Scotia, states that the potato crop has suffered much from the blight, as it has else where; whole fields have been destroyed. The accounts from Prince Edward's Island, from whence Halifax every year obtains large supplies, are equally bad. From the western part of the province the same results are known. The sufferings among the poor, the approaching win ter, it is expected, will be very great. Flour has also risen about two dollars per barrel, and is expected to be still higher. Domestic Coinpeiiu. N. Y. A general convention of the Baptists in the U. S. will be holden in N. Y. city on the '3d Wednes day in Nov., to make such alterations in its constitution as are rendered necessary by the withdrawal of South ern churches. Prof. Sears, of Newton Seminary, will preach. The seamstresses of Newburg have struck for high er wages, turned out, and published a manifesto and scale of prices by which thev will be governed. M. Braman, of Hamilton, having poisoned his wife, to whom he was married less than a year ago, lately married a second time, and his villany being discovered he fled West, and is hotly pursued. The remains of Mrs. Gillson of Schenectady, lost in the Swallow, have been found near Athena, much de composed, but identified by her watch with her name oivit-.,.The watch stopped at 10 minutes past 8 the time of the disaster. Her money was with her. Mass. Rev. Mr. Norris, editor of the Olive Branch, while receiving his letters and papers at the Boston postoffice a few days since, had his pocket book, con taining $50, stolen, and the theif escaped. A Vt merchant, says the Boston Traveller, came to this city lost week to sell his fall supply of butter 90 tons! and he a trader in a small town among the moun tains. The Worcester mail bag, for Hartford, Ct., was sto len from the depot at Worcester, on Tuesday last. It was found in the depot privy, rifled of its contents. Of those who have signed the pledge in Boston since the Washingtonian movement, 890 have joined evan gelical churches. Ct. Mr. Hudson, of Hartford, has manufactured a sheet of paper 25 ft. long and 3 wide, for a profile of the Danbury Rail Road, for which he received $25. N. II. Tho Executive has pardoned E. Thomas, of Amherst, and T. J. Flanders the former convicted of the murder of Chas. Small, and the latter of forgery. N.J. A slave mother and two children, recently carried off from Evesham, have been redeemed by the contributions of the benevolent m West Jersey. One child, a little girl, yet remains in bondage for want of necessary funds. The Camden Mail calls for further subscriptions. Pa. Burns' majority for Canal Commissioner will be 30,000. Of the 33 Senators, the democrats will probably have 18, a maj. of 3. Of the 100 members of the House, the democrats will have 60 or more ; the rest wmgs-r-natives none. Florida. Nine counties give Brockenborough, the democratic candidate for Congress, 29 maj. Doubtless he is elected, by a diminished democratic maj S. C. The Charleston Courier says the failure of the corn crop in the upper sections has created excessive alarm inducing the removal of some thousands to TonJ nessee, Kentucky, and other western regions, to seek bread for their families. Several of the railroad com panies bring in corn at merely nominal charges. Ten if. The vote at the late election has been im properly stated Brown, (dem.) has 1470 maj. for Gov. , The number of adults who cannot read and write is 55,631. The number in the whole of New England is onlv 13.000. and these are mostly forciuners. The common school system has been partially introduced, . , 1 .. , but is so defective as to produce no positive good.-1 Common schools and slavery ? impossible ! , , -n i ..!:. ru i I Mir.il Rnnni nw uarv n pntv T In.l . Ollfi man RUlnG : . , j , j , , has killed 17 near Grand Haven. More or leas are killed daily. Kr. The negro girl Emily, indicted for attempting to take the life of C. M. Clay's child by poison, has been tried and acquitted tlie evidence not being enough to convict, tho' enough to create strong suspicion. Certain of the " mob gentlemen have had a trial at Lexington, charged with riotous proceedings, andeen acquitted of course ! The jury were judges of the law and the fact At tlie request of the defendants, the Court gave the following instruction, when, without hesitation, the jury gave a verdict of not guilty : "That if tlie jury believe .that the True American Tress was a public nuisance, and could not exist in its present location and condition, without being a nuis ance, the defendants were justifiable in abating it." Ohio. -The Senate will consist of 21 whtgs and 15 democrats House, 40 whigs and 26 democrats, The Boston Courier says " The Liberty vote is gen erally increased throughout the State." Good. -At tho late election tho Liberty party has made a noble, gain. Our vote has increased about 100 percent. About 1000 votes have been cast. . Ga. Ninety-two counties give 1,422 whig majority. Senate, 23 whigs, 25 democrats House, 6!) whigs and iO democrats. SEWING MACHINE. A most ingenious piece of mechanism has lately been made known to the public in France, the inventor of which has been engaged during the last 15 years in bringing it to its present state of perfection. It is a sewing machine, plain in its details and calculated to revolution ize completely the art of sewing. It will per form 200 stitches to the minute enlarge or contract the stitches by the simple turn of a screw lead the needle along all the sinnuosities and irregularities of the stuff to be sewed, with out the least danger of tear, whatever may be the texture of the stuff, and do every part of the sewi'ier of a coat, button holes excepted. The inventor is Mr. B. Thimounier, tailor at Am plepluis, France. Heartless Robbery. A poor old deaf and blind woman, who had traveled from Canada to this city, accompanied by her child, about eight years of age, stopped on Monday night at the shanty of a fellow named McCall, in" the 8th Avenue. While there the scoundrel broke open a box the woman had, and stole the contents, consisting of a few clothes, two silver spoons, and a teapot, and then turned her into the street. The little girl related the fact to a person who was passing, and he entered the house, and found the articles concealed. He was tried in the Spe cial Sessions this morning, and the Court gave him the extent of the law six months in the pemtent'ary. New York Mirror. Mormon Troubles in Illinois. Although there are no public demonstrations now, yet the St. Louis Republican of 14th inst. expresses the opinion, founded upon information, that the spirit of opposition to the Mormons is deeper and more intrnep (Imn it nnnpiirq nn tbp siirfnrp nnil tin! ! rr . , ...... j it win require out jitue to lan sucn a name, not only in Hancock county, but in the surrounding counties, and even in some of the remote coun ties, as, when once set at work, will not leave a vestige of Mormonism in the State. In the case of Houghton & Co Lewis Coun ty Bank and others, claimants against the Ver mont Safety Fund, the Chancellor decided that the claim of Houghton $ Co., of 13,407 should be allowed with interest and cost, with the exception of $7,000. And that the claim of the Lewis County Bank of $14,100 should be allowed with the exception of $6,0000. The dwelling-house of Seth and William Her- rick, Brattleboro', Vt., was destroyed by fire with most of its contents, on the 16th inst. fJTP'Messrs. Knowles & Cheoseman, whoso names appear below, arc old established merchants at. Knowls ville, Orleans County, N. Y. Proofs of the great su periority of Dr. Wistar's Balsam pour in from all parts ot tlie country. iNotning can equal its success in re lieving human suffering. Knowlesvhj.e, June 20, 18-13. This will certify that 1 '"tave been afllictcd with a Liver Complaint, general uelility, and pain in my side, for several years, & for eighteen months have been un able to do any work. In December last I commenced taking Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, and found immediate relief from it. I soon began to gain strength, the pain in my side was greatly relieved ; and 1 had also a cough, which was entirely cured in a few weeks by this medicine. ANNA A. HOPKINS. The above certificate is strictly corrpct. KNOWLES AND CIIEESEMAN. ' For sale by S. P. REDFIELD. FROM AN EXPERIENCE OF MORE THAN 20 years, Dr. Folgcr is able to offer a medicine to all who may be suffering from cough of all kinds, con sumption in its incipient stages, asthma, pmn in the side and chest, hectic fever, and those diseases which generally terminate in consumption, and which ho is satisfied is the best remedy that has ever been brought before the public. He has used the remedy under all circumstances, tried it effectually, and now believes that it will do more for those who may bo suffering than any other remedy in the world. Cases can be exhibited at the principal depot, where tho medicine has been fairly tried, and found effectual in the most severe cases of cough, asthma and incipient consump tion, and we have no doubt that when the medicine is generally known in this section, it will be highly ap preciated. It is called Folger,'s Olosaonian or all healing balsom. In this village, on the 27th inst, by Rev. Mr. Man ser, J. McM. Shatter, Esq., Secretary ofState, of Bur lington, to Miss Julia Hubbard, ot tins village. In this village, on the Slid inst., by Rev. Mr. Cmn- nnngs, Myron Uolcomo, ot istarksuorough, to Miss fu san Walbridgc, of Montpelier. On the 2.1th ult., by the Uev. J. H. Woodward, Jo- tham Rice, to Harriet Earle, all of Wcstford. In Windham, October 9, by the Rev. S. R. Amis, r. L.. Kobbins ll,sq Attorney md Counsellor at Jaw Ludlow Vt to Miss Eliza Chapman of W. In Royalton, Oct 14, by Rev. C. 15. Drake, Mr. J B. Slater to Miss Lucy M. Wheeler, both of R. :BI'B HLi3-. rJSi."".n.JB ss In Brookfield, on the 15th inst, Thomas Kingsbury, Esq., aged (JO. In Hydepark, July 28, Mr. James Clemmans, aged oo. 1 rimers in Mass ami la. are requested. In St. Johnsbury, Oct. 21, Huxham Paddock, Esq. aged 54 years. In Irasburgh, Oct. 18th, Miss Ilepsibah Hall, aged 01 years. In Randolph, Oct 2d, Rev. James Sabine. BRIGHTON MARKET Monday, Oct. 20 REPOTS. TKIt FOR THE TRAVELLER. At market, 2,150 Beef Cattle; 1,200 Stores, 3,f 100 Sheep, and 2,150 Swine. lieef Cattle A small advance was effected. We quote extras $4, 75 a 5 ; fitst quality $4,50a4,?5 1 se cond $4,25a4,50; third $3a3,75. Barrelling Cdtllc. Prices offered, $3,50 for mess, No. 1, 3. We were informed a small advance was onerea anove our quotations. ktore Cattle. Sales ot yearlings from ,f 5 a 7 ; 2 year oUs $g a 15 . 3 ycilr oldS) $j5 a 24. Sheep Dull. Sales made atgl to 1,88. Swine. Large selected Barrow Shoats, 4 1-2 cents : fa . -1 . ji0s 4 centij ; lots to peddle at .1 antt.f 1-2 and 4 and 4 1-2 cents. At retail, from 3 1-2 to 5 cents. ISeceiits lor IlieFrecinan, NOT rBEVIOUSLY ACKNOWLEDGED. L. Aldrich, L. Walker, A. Cushman, L. N. Williams, B. Webster, W. H. Smith, C. Fisk, E. Perkins. L. Smith. A. C. Comings, E. P. Pxescott, S.'Goodnough, N. Richardson, U. A Chirk, J. N. Kent $1,50 each; E, II. Smith, A. O. Aldis 4,00 each ; T. Holms, 11, Mason, A. Howard, S, Alherton, S. Gustin, A. Rust 2,00 each; A. Hodge, 1,34; J. Cobleigh, A Allen, 1,00 each ; E. Waterman, C. Fassctt, A. Fenn, 0,75 each ; J. Paine, II. Blatsdel, 0,50 each ; T. Randall, 0,27 ; F. C. Robbins, 0,25. OAA lb Swbed'h STEEL, for Sleig'.-ehoeB, gelling OUU low by Bald win, Scott & Co, LACKSMITIIS will find tho real O. S. NAIl RODH, and th belt quality of SIIOE-SIIAPUS, I! ALU win, Scott & Co. at A LPACCAS! Another lot jut! received and uelling Am. ot our former low priced. Baldwin, S.$-Co. F. BROWN'!? SAKSAPABIILA AND TOMATO BITTEUS, Prepared from the Pure Extract of Spanish Sar sapanlla and Extract of Tomato, by an entirely Isew Process, which ensure the whole strength of these most valuable MEDICINES. Thete are connected with the above, two or three others of the most valuable PURIFYING VE(iETABii . The receipt has been examined and apprm-i many of the first Physicians. REASONS for BROWN'S SARSAPAK1LLA mid TOMATO A 1HTTKR.S often efforting euros of long standing uml chrome di.sjusi!ft after all other nittUiri'iicH have tailed to pivc relief. 1st. TheurHinrillaof which it is made, is the grwnnn Spanish article, imported from the Bay cl'lloiiduras by me, expressly tor tins purpose. Su. The virtues nre extracted by an entire new process, w hich in sures the whole strength of the root without evaporation, Hd. There is mora rstreiiL'th of the real punish Harsapurilla in one bottle of Itrown's Sarsapajilla and Tomato Hitters, than there in in a dozen hettlesof ordinary syrup, or extract. 4th. When mixed with the pure extract of Tomatoes, it makes one of the inihleHt and most pleasing phyaics that can he used, and yet much more thorough than castor oil, Halts, pill.s, &c, which makes it very valuable in all Millions complaints. 5th, When taken in large doses, it operates very thoroughly on the bowels, without weakening Uiu syatum. Gth. When ued in miiti.il rtiweH, it operates particularly tm the blood and whole system, create! an appetite, strengthens the stom ach, assists digestion, and, in fact, it renews the whole debilitated system. 7th. AVlien taken for cosUvcness, it does not leave the patient like many medicines, more costive than they were before its use; but by using it a short time, it e fleets a perfect ami lasting cure. ' It only require a person to give it a short trial to prove that all we nay is true. There ran not be too much said in its praise. The l.AUOM HALE OF HUO VVN'ri SAttrfAlVARI LLA AND TO MATO MTTLKS is another proof of it eflir.ur.y. it is now about three years since il was first oi!Vred to the public, although it has been used by one of our most distinguished physicians for many years in private practice ; since w hich the side has steadily increas ed, aid it has hen sent for from nil parts of tho country, where it was never advertised, hut recommended by persons that have used it. It lias been shipped to foreign ports, and found ready moi that, a Urne would seem to he proof enough of its utiliiy. How nfnny medicines there are advertised which never set!, and soon go down, and are forgotten ! how different it is with this! it tindsareadf sale where it has never b;;cn advertised; and its sale continues to increase in all places us it becomes known. BE NOT DECEIVED. Always rememhn-, (if you wish to give Ur.iwn's Harsnpnriila and Tomato liitursa trial,) to set; 1 hat his name is signed in full on the Directions ; to counterfeit which would he forgery. MIPUJUTIKS OF TJIfi BLOOD. I wish to impress it particularly on the minds of those that nre ttou bled with impurities of the blood, bad humors, old ulcers, and diseas es brought tin by the use of mercury, calomel, that this is a sovereign remedy. It is well known to every physician, that Sarsanarilla hi al- moKt the only article Hint cm ! sticcessliillvusnliiirnotniitsiirlHlig- cases, ancl, vlu:n niixcil witli the pine i!.tract cil'Tiiniator it. lm been known timire surh cases w hen; .Sursnurillii al.tiin has Ii:kI nn ellert. 1 ina can lie aixuuiili.il lur from tlie fiict that I he Tomatoes oiiTat.(! K'.'itly mi the bowels, carrying oil' tlinsn impurities which, Hallowed to remain, create dangerous ami inefiralile. diseases. One more pronto!' the ellicaey of the Haisaparillaand Tomato when properly comhiiieil. READ THE FOLLOWING, AS IT ISIMPOR T AINT TO ALL. Kxtract ul'a Utter delivered hy Dr. IIHNNET, before the Medical College of l.nkn Erie, touching the valuable medical (nullities of the extract of TOM ATOKA Dr. lien net say it is one of ihe most powerful alteratives of the ma teria meilica, and in all allectioiis of the Liver and other organs, where calomel iii indicated, it is probably the best medicinal agent known tothe medical prof -ssion. When used in a concentrated state it is a sovereign remedy for DYSPEPSIA AND INDIGESTION. Ue has successfully treated various diseases with it alone, and vtirn person: are. removing to the South or West, they should be sure to make use ofit. Tilers can be no doubt, hot. when used in connection with the .irsaparslla, it is the best medicine that can be used in the fl'KI.VO Olt MUMMER SUAHO.NS, as n universal rem ody for Dyspepsia and Indigestion, loss of appetite, diz.iness, head ache, depression of spirits, eostiveness, piles, weakness of the stom ach and limbs, rhouniatisin, to purify the blood, curing bad humors, whereall other medicines have failed. From the Daily Mail. It is with a ((real deal of pleasure that we can say we are daily hear ing of new cases where the Saivaprilla ami Tomato Hitters, which are Hold by ltnm n, No. (i8 Washington street, are ertectini; most as tonishing cures in purifyhor the blood ami assisting digestion. Many of'the physicians have taken quite an interest in this compound, null it is considered by them the best article new in use for jaundice, indigestion, loss of appetite, weakness, and for all complaints ari sing from impurity of (be blood. It is really the best medicine now in use to purity the blood and eradicate all humors from the system. It is a very pleasant bittter, and easily taken. We can recoimncnd it with Ihe preatcst contidi uce, to our numerous readers. Don't take our word for it, but try one bcttle anil satisfy yourself. CAUTION. The public are particularly cautioned ntrainst purchasing imita tion Htticl ;s pretendinpto have the same effect as llrown's Sarsapa rilla and Tomato Hitters. Never buy the Sarsaparilla and Dandeli on l'niiacea, Kiteri(lg-' Tomato llitters.nor llxtructof'.Sarsapaiilla, Tomato, and Dandelion, or aav other pr.-paration, with the expect ation of netting the (.'enuilie V.MirlAI'AlllI.I.A AND TOMATO IllTTIlltS, which are prepared at his Medicine Store, No. bO, Wash ington Street, Uoston. These Hitters are the first preparation of the kind that was oversold, and they tire the only genuine article of ihe kind now in the market. Always see that the direction is sailed I'm: oKRien r.RowN, in his own tinnd-writim'. Who ever heard of a man's counterfeiting a bad bank note, or one that would not uass? Just so it is with medicine: they ulwavs counterfeit that which sells. All orders for BROWN'S BAnAPAHII.I.A AND TOMAVO HITTKItS, directed to Kreuebick llnow.i, the. proprietor, No. Ii8 Washington Street, Boston, will be nttendgd to punctually. Hitters securely packed for shipping. LIST OP AOfiNTS. Montpelier. S 1'. Redli. hl, mid ts K. Collins. Harrc Orvis French. Watorbury, I. (L Ktimpson. Marsbtithl, K. D. I'utnaiii. 1'lainfield, F. Kidder. Middlesex,, (ieo. V. Stuwell. Northneld. John A. S, White. Washington, R. R. Dickinson. Chclea, Dickin son & Noble. Newbury, r&HKeyes. Itratlfonl, Asa Low. Well's liiver, Timothy Sliedd. Ptmve, 1 it S. Camp. Ilvile Talk, I,. II. Noyes. Morrisvilie, 11. II' llerriek. For sale also by Druggists and Agents generally, $ 1 a Ilottle, C llottles for $.ri. 45-eow ly STATE OF VERMONT, District of Lamoille, ss. THE honorable Ihe Probate Court within and for the dis trict aforesaid, to Isaac Cheeseman, Administrator on the estate of Georue W. Tauor, late of Hyde- park, in said district, deceased. w . HL.lt.LAS, Isaac CheeRcman, administrator on tlie estate of George VV. J abor, lateof said Hydepark, deceased, at the Probate Office in Johnson, in said dis trict, did present, on the 23d day of September, 1845, to the Court aforesaid, his petition in writing, praying fur license to sell so much of Ihe real estate of said deceased as will raise Hie sum of ninety-seven dollars and ninety five cents, setting forth the amount nf debts due from the deceased, the charges of administration, the value of the personal estate, anil the situation of the estate to be sold, and bath shown to said court that a sale of the saino is necessary Whereupon, said court did issue an order of notice of said application to all persons interested, stating the nature of the application and the reasons for the same, and appo nting Ihe 22d day of October, A. I). 1845, for hearing ai'd deciding of such application, at the Probate Office in Johnson aforesaid, which notice 'vas duly pub lished by order of said court three weeks successively in the Vermont Patriot, a newspaper printed at Montpelier, aforesaid, all of which publications were previous to said time of hearing and deciding upon said application; at which time and place appointed, as aforesaid, no one ap pearing to ohject, or to give bonds for payment of said debts, as by law required, said court, by decree for that purpose, order and decree that said Isaac Cheeseman, ad ministrator as aforesaid, be, and lie hereby is, &u;hori2ed and licensed to sell at private sale, or at public auction, hy giving nrlice thereof three weeks successively in the Green Mountain Freeman, printed at Montpelier, before the lime of the sale of the rial estate of said George W. Tabor, deceased, of which bodied seized, within this state. And said administrator was then and there duly sworn, belore Ihe 1 rouale ccurtaioresaio, to the latthlul discharge of his trust in selling said estate; Therefore you, the administrator aforesaid, are hereby fully empow ered and licensed to sell so much of the estate of said de ceased as will pay or raise the said stun of ninety-seven dollars and ninety-five cents, ut private sale or at public auction, as aforesaid. You are to make return of your doings herein, together Willi tins warrant, unto the Ku gister of this court, as soon as may be Given under my hand, and seal of said Court, in I 10- bate office, al Johnson, this 22d day of October, 1845. 44 Wm. W. WHITE, Register. ICTpThe above properly will be sold at public auc tion at Hydepark on Salurdy, tho 15th of No", next. Isaac Cheeseman, Admr. TEMPERANCE HOUSE. rpiIE subscriber, has opened a Temperance House I (and he will keep no other,) on the south side of the Park in Woodstock, whero P. (i. ALDEN has lately kept a public, house, lie rolicits the patronage of those who wish success to the cause of temperance, and he will en deavor to merit that patronage to the extent of his abili ties. The buildings are sufficiently capacious to accom modate travelers and their teams to almost any extent. The subscriber indulges u hope that it will not be said, as in sotno cases, that temperance people cannot afford to call upon him by reason of the deficient accommodalio as, nor that he cannot furnish sufficient accommodations be causethcre is no custom to support it. LOYAL M. WOOD, Woodstock, Vt October 28, 1815. 44.-3 w. IA'MAN & KINCASH STORE- HAVE received 10 Doz. Fur Trimmed CAPS; 15 doz.. Boys' do do 100 splendid MUFFS, Black and Grey Wolf; 1 doj. 20 Oct. 1845. 5 bales BUFFALO ROBES. WANT E I) ! RY LYMAN & KING, Qfinn .vds- FLANNEL; SOOO yds. SHEERS' GREY; ()U JU 3000 pis. FOOTINGS. 3000 pis. 21 Oct. 1845. TITINDOW SASH, Blind HINGES, Nashua LOOKS VV d LATCHES, House BELLS TRIMMINGS, just recaivad by Balbwn Soott k t. W 1 YM AN & KINO have received JJ 5 Ps. more CARPETING; 2 dor.. RUGS; 3 Ps. FLOOR CLOTH , 21 Oct. 1845, I'UE bust medicine known to m:m for incipient A OON8U M 1' I1 1 O N , Aslliiuii (T evf-ry titairc-, Liver ('imil;tintH, Hronchitia, Influenza, CoituhH, ColcU, Hleeilmat the Lungs, HhorliiftfM of Breath, rutin ani fc-eukness in the hicI, Breast, &c. and till olln:r dint-uses ot the A tvrv imptn-fant dirit'UHe ov;r which thia "HaUain" exert a very powerful influence, is that of a LIVER. In this com- nliiint it haa-undmihtedly proved more emriifious thmi any remedy hitherto employed, and in nuturroiw instances when patients imi endured long and severe sutleriiiff from the diaeaKe, without re reiving the least benefit from v;irions remedies, and ven when .MGRCUitY has been resorted to in vain, the use of thin HALS AM hjm rrHtfirnd Hip ivtr to n litiilthv action, and ill IHHIIV instances etfected permanent cures after every known remedy lias failed to pwiiuce tins desired enect Iiesidesits anloniMhinff efficacy in tho diseases ahove meutiotifd, we'alao find it a very eil'otuat remedy in ASTHMA, a complaint in which it has been extensively uned with decided success even in canes of vears staiuliujr. NAT! 'UK'S OWN PRKSCWPTIThV. A compound iialsarnir. preparation of the Prmius Vireinia, or "Wild Cherry Bark," combined with the Extract f Tar, prepared hv a new chemical process, approved and recommended hy the most dist.inM i failed physicians, and universally ockliowledRtd the most VAluatile medicine ever discovered. The universal celebrity which this medicine is rapidly gaiiiinjr in every section of the country, and the many nstoninliijif: cures it hiin effected, have now established its efficacy bevond all doubt; hut it should he remembered, (hat in diseases of the LUNUSor U VEU, us in ail other chronic affections, a little time is always necessary to chert a cure. Although in most cases the Hulsnm will altbrd a most immediate relief, and often ell'ect jrcat changes in a few days, it cannot reasonably be expected to produce the same palmary etlect in every case in so short a time ; yet, from the In till celebrity it lias acquired, we find many petsolU are apt to expect too much at the commencement., wliil.i others expect a single bottle to afford them HWff -rjeHef than medicines they had taken for months pre- vio& - We will not assert that the HAL.HAM will euro consumetion in its worst form, but it has cured many afler all other means of relief hffl been tried m vain. Am. why not r It wecms that the WILL) CIlKltKY was destined by Nature to be our Panacea for ihe rava Slinn diseases of this latitude. Let not the despairing invalid waste his money and lone tune, to him so all important, in experinientini; with the "trashy nostrums of the day, but uhu ut once a medicine that will cure, if a cure he possible n medicine that science appro ves, and many years of exit-'rience have demonstrated that it al ways relieves. " There is no such thijiff as fail" in the history of this wondt ,-nul Hahnin. h-vidtnce tho most convincing evidence that no one can doubt, fully establishes tho fact. In presenting this highly "useful and valuable medicine to public notice as a remedy for (VJb-uinption and I'uhnouarv diseases in (' -eral, the proprietor has been actuated solely hy the preat miccoss attending its use in his practice and desire to bene tit th:; iitiliefd, and would therefore wish particularly to impress upon tliij public mind that it is entirely different from'the nnntnims daily ushered in to notice by boasting quacks, arf it not only emanates from u-regular niysician,butfii!ts also feeu well tested in all tlie complaints tor w inch it is recommended. II. is not my intention, therefcre, either to clonk it in mystery, or in any way deceive the public hy overrating. itH vir tues; on the contrary, I shall simply endeavor to give a brief state incut of its usefulness, and (latter myself that it surprising oflkacy will enable ine to furnish such proof of its virtues as will satisfy the most increduloiH that Consumption may and "CAN be CURED," if this medicine be reported to in time. J'0 lAUACKEKY ! NO DECEPTION ! All published Ptatenientsof cures performed hy this medicine, arc, in ovurv respect 'I'UUE, t r?'EWAUE OF COVNTEHI'EITS AND IMITATIONS Theuiiparaiellcd and astonishing efficacy of Dr. Wistar's Itulsam of Wild (jerry in all the diseases for which it is recommenced curing many tsos alter l ho skill of the best physicians was unavailing Um effected a l irge and inrreMine demand for it. This fact has cm :ed several unprincipled counterfeitersand imitators to palm off spurious mixtures, of similar name and appearance, fur the genuine llalsani. Hecareful and get the genuine DR. WISTAK'ri HALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. None genuine unh-ss signed by I. HUTTS. Ad dress ail orders to HETH W. TOWLE, Uoston Mass. Agent for .Montpelier, H. V. Kedfield. Watarburv, (ioss & Hutch- ins. liarre, Cms French. Aorthlield, Baylies & White. Bur lington, Peck &. Hpear. 43:ly Daguerreotype ! CHARLES II. GAY, or NEW YORK, 'OULD respectfully inform the citizens of Montpe lier, that he lias opened his D. 1 G UEJUiELlJV Rooms in Scalding1! Building, over Ike Store of Bancroft & Riker, where he would in vile the atlontinn of ihe citizens, and Members of the Le gislature, to his splendid specimens of Daguerreotype PORTRAITS and MlJf IATliRKS. He is prepar ed to execute the various sizes from tho smallest to the largest ever faken either in this country or in Europe, and in a style which cannot fail to please. Groups of from 2 lo 15 taken on single plate. Landscape views taken in superior slyle. The public generally are invited to call. Rooms open from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. 42 VTY A Advertisement in this paper a year ago, was the cause of my forming many valuable acquaintances. which 1 trust they will not have occasion to regret. Hope lo see them again, a? also many of their friends, and the numerous readers of this valuable shael, who visit this city, or are in the way of sending for Goods in my line. My place for the sale of HATS, CAPS, and every description of FUR GOODS, is 173 Washington street, Boston Wholesale Rooms, 2d and 3d stories. 42 W. M. SHUTE. SUPURIOR WIGS AND T H ERY description of WIGS and HAIR-WORK con J J stantly manufacturing and for sale, Wholesale and Retail, al B. F. BURGESS' Establishment, 303 Washington St. BOSTON. Gents. Gossamer and Weft WIGS, of superior make and finish Ladies' Self Contracting HALF-WIGS en tire new model and fit themselves so completely to the head that they can be combed and arranged without the least truuble from moving out of place. These articles are a great, improvement, as they can he worn without a cap. All kifes of articles for 11 air-Dresser's use. Those wishing lo buy to sell again, or at Retail, will find it to their advantage lo call as tho assortment is very exten sive, of Ihe best quality, and at the lowest prices. All articles ordered warranted to fit. Choice Perfu mery, Combs, Brushes, &c, 303 Washington street, (opposite Avon Place) Boston. October, 1815. 42:6w FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS I ROBERT LAHORE, Surgeon of the Royal National Vaccine Establishment, No. 8, Runscll Place, Eitt roy Square, London, has just received from Ihe Institu tion a fresh supply of VACCINE LYMI'H. Surgeons can be supplied, and tho Report of the Institution seen, by application to the above. N. It. R. L. R. has practiced upwards of 20 years in London, and other cities in England, in all cases of dis eases, and can be consulted by letter or in person. North Ferrisburg, Vt., Oct. 7, 1845. 42:3m Notice! MR. WISE, Oeetdisl (Old Optician from 'XWViroadway, ,"ew York, HAS arrived, am! taken rooms in Riker's Buildine, op iusite the Bank, where members of the Legislature and ethers can be supplied with Optical Instruments of all descriptions, 12:tf THE REST CHEWING TOR AC CO! LSO Fine-Cut Smoking and Chewing and Common, L At Baldwin, Scbtt and Ci s, 13 DOZ. IUI1I It ELLAS, Ellis, Wilder and Go's. Ocl.8, 1845. 41 BUTTER AND CHEESE. Ellis , Wilder and Co. wilUpav cash for goodd Butler and cheese. Montpelier, Oct. 9th, 1345. 4w4l NOTICE. I hereby give notice thai 1 have this day given my son, Horace, Ins lime, and shall hereafter pay no debts of his contracting, nor claim his oarnings. Moretown, Oct. 9, 1845. 42 Lyman Child. CjAt the Corner Slore! MTORRS & LANGDONS are piepared to sell in quan O lities to suit puroha'sers, oa better torme for, cash than can be bought in this State, 300 kegs Nails, 100 boxes Glass, - 100 setts Window Blind Hangings, 100 " " Fastenings, Door Latches, Locks, Knobs, Butts, Screws, &c, 2000 lbs Superior White Lead, 100 " Paris Green, 2000 ' Red, Yellow and Whiting, 200 gals, pure Linseed Oil, 100 Turpentine, April 15, 1845. 17 .1011 V 1. I! AM (J OUTIl East corner of Branch Bridge, stale-street, K5 Montpelier. N. B. Particular attention paid tu Cutting for others i) make. Oct. 9. 1844. 41 1 (VV, ft J, W. HOWES, ILL be opening this week nd next a very eiten eiva arisortinnnt of NE VV Sept. 8. 1845. ?r m m M-tv nm s-'jara ui nn n s n n a mlltf II....- nnw nnpmoir 3 UrGe BOO rICU . 1 1. I sloc'i of FALL GOOUS, which we will sell very low for cash, or goor) crerlil. Please call and see 60 pieces Silk and Cotton warp Alpaccss, 100 " Cashmeres, D'Lsinea and Bryzantines, 10,000 Y arils Prints, from 6 lo 25 els pr. yard ljOOO " Rich Dress Silks. Domestic Goods. 5,001) Yards Brown Cotton, 1,001) do. Bleached, do. 1:000 do. Ticks and Drills. Worsted Department. - CD iff!. SHADES ZEPHYR VVOKSTtltt. JLC?lfv7 Marking Canvass and Pnlterns, Sleel and Gilt Beads, Steol and Gilt Bag Clasps, Purse Rings, Purse Twist and Silk, Bag and Malt cord an? Tassels, Perforaled Paper, Carpet liags, &c. &c. Woolen Goods. 00 Pieces German, English and American Broad C'lnilis, 100 Plain, .Striped and Checked Caasimere and Doe Skins 200 Vest Patterns, Rob Roy and Linsey Plaids, Black and Blue Black Silk Kelvot, Cravats, Rib hons, Gloves, Hosiery, Linens, Linen Lawns, Damask NaDkins and Table Covers, Lace, Muslins, Bonncl Wire Wire Taste, Edgings, Gauxe and llanilan Veils, Plumes, Velvet Ribbons for 1 rimming, &c. &c. AIiSO, a full supply of Hard-Ware, Crockery, Nails, Glass, Paints, Oils, and Dve Stuns. ' ELLIS, WILDER, & CO. Montpelier, Sept. 29, 1815. 4w. BAJDWN,SC(Xn,)&C0. T"AVEjnst reeeived at the Old Cheap Store, a com "dIoIo stock of RICH SEASONABLE . GOODS, among which are GERMAN', ENGLISH, and AMERI CAN Wool Dved BROAD CLOTHS Beaver and Pilot Clolhs, Kuban or Gold Tweed, (a beautiful article for Fall wear) 30piec.es Eancy DOE SKIN and CASSLMKRES, Velvets and SATIN.S Rich French Veslings, ami Trimmings of every description. Rept. Shaded and Plain CASHMERES, Merinos, I)c Lanes, Orleans Cloth, lndia'na do, Plain and Figured. AI.PACCAS, SILKS, ALPINES, MERINOS GALA PLAIDS, CHEN A GINGHAMS, EIG'D COlitRGll. ' i) p r T". r. v. s PRINTS. ; Rich Cashmere OTT A J O Delaine, French Printed, do. O ILXA. V .1 AJ and Common, a great variety of goods for Children's wear, Carpet Bags Cord and assels Mull's Boas Capes Furs, Gloves, Hosiery, Mitts, Cravats, Hdlifs., German Worst oils White aud Mixed English Yarn Merino Shirts Umbrellas Linseys Table Covers, and Napkins Lin ens, Cambrics Alpacca Aprons, Knit Wool Caps, Flan nels, &c. &c. which we offer at. LOW 1'KlCbS. fur chasers will do well to dive us a call before buyini else where. WE TOO UAVE received a SPLENDID ASSORT- M WENT of NEW FALL GOODS. For the bragging part, we refer our (riends to some of our neighbors' flaming advertise ments; and before purchasing elsewhere, please call and see the shows. L. &. A. A. CROSS. Montpelier, Oct 1, 1S45. 40:44 ll O NT rP B; 11 1 C R STOVE ICFESTABLISIIED IN 1825. Z. & :C ll WOOD HAVIJ jinrf fecetyed a new addition lo their tatge and exlonsTv. assortment of STOVES from the Bran don, Albany and Troy Furnaces, and now offer Victoria, No. 2, 3 and 4. Yankee Notions, 5 varieties, Conant's, 3 " Cooking Vermqn r, 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; Ilollow-ware; tin, copper and sheet iron Furniture; Russia and English iron Stovc-Pipe. -J1LSO- Lk-ad Pipe that is tinned inside an excellent article which prevents tho corroding of the lead, and keeps the water pure; copper and cast-iron Pumps, &c. Sic. Please call and examine. Montpelier, Sept. 18, 1845. 38 Si.SE Z?C7.3 i LYMAN J KING. GREAT ARRIVAL OF NEW FALL GOODS ! From New-York mid BSoslon! PIECES PRINTS, from 6 In 17 els. 3y9 100 do MOUSLIN4)'LAINES, 17 to 34 25 ps CASHMERE D'COSSE, 30 to 50 10 ' Rep CASHMERES, 37 1-2 to 50 25 " Silk warp ALPACCA, 58 to 75 5 ' Twilled INDIANA, 67 lo 1,00 10 ' CAMELIANS, 33 to 37 1-2 100 Now and Elegant SHAWLS, 2,00 lo 5,00 . 50 do. MUFFLERS, 12 lo 34 50 ps BROAD-CLOTHS, 2,00 to 5,00 20 " SATTINI'.TS, 58 to 1,00 25 " Fancy DOE SKIN, 1,12 to 1,34 50 " Bed Tickings, 12 1-2 lo 17 10 doi Face Shawls, 75 lo 1,45 ALSO: A splendid lot ot Florence Blue TEA-WARE, and all oilier kinds of CROCKERY, al Ihe lowest New York prices. We also sell all kinds of GROCERIES as low as wore sold in Montpelier last fall, excepting a few articles that are higher in market. We have received, 2000 lbs St. Cimx SUGAR, 1000 ' Loaf do 5 lids MOLASSES, 1500 lbs SALERATUS, 15 bags Coffee, 3 boxes Bar Soap, 50 lbs Cloves, 1000 " Rice, 25 Cheats TEA, 15 boxes Raisins, 100 lbs Cinnamon, 2000 ' ' Tobacco, 100 " Nutmegs; In fact, wc have all kinds of Groceries, which must and shall be sold, al Boston prices, with freight addtd. ALSO: 10 Casos Men's Thic't Boots, 5 do. Boy's 3 do. Kip Men's Boots, 10 Cases Rubber Shoes. It is needless to say any thing about the prices of Roots, for wo will sell them less than can be bought in Monlpelier. ALSO: 10 Bales of heavy SHEETING, ) We have on hand a 10 do. rino , do few bales of Sheeting 5 TWillcd Cotton. )6 1-2ctsby piece. We return thanks for Ihe manv 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- monl, Just received a large lot of HARD WARE, Brass Kot lies, Knives and Forks, Butts, Screw, &c. &r Also received, a large lolot IMtW CAK1T. lING.com Stall Carpeting, RUGS, of various styles and patterns. Oponod this day, a large assortment of MUFFS and BOAS. 5 doi Spring Top CAPS, 10 don FUR TRIMMED CAPS, 5 bales BUFFALO ROBES, Finally, we would say to Merchants and Pedlars who wish to replenish tite r stock, thai we will sell as cheap as you ran send lo Boston and obtain Goods of the same quality. LYMAN it KING. Sept, 24, 1845. SARSAPAltlLIiA. eo.MSTOCK CO'H Concentrated Comiiounil ana Fltti4 Ent( I'Amaparilla, tor tlie cure of ,.,., ticort'ulti Chronic Rheumatism, General biWlity, l.'utwieons Dmui, 'i'ettera, Sculy eruytlnlis uf tileykill, Finiulen on th'i KaC'j, Mercurial &. Hijihiluitl dineawrf, l.'IcerutioiHol' tlid ttiruot, Uik-s from impure imbits ot' lbs Pains ami dwellings" ui tlie tinJy, bones. Liver Atleiti. ns, and all diseased uridine fr.ftiuin impure state i;t the bljod, aunuri and imprudence "C lite excessive use of iie-rcilrv, &.C The 8urs;ipari!l;t call be uYjMideil ii(him hv ev:i v i ne as being as good as any either in this country or Kun pe'. i'cu'ple ran avail tu"m selvca or nut just as lliey pli nse in mhi.r Sarsawrilki. Tlii purs extract is put up in as luree or lartjcr bottles ns any s.,ld fur one dol- nii, ai me uiiireeeueiiuo uiw ll e ni .r) cellls per dottle uiu ov iiiiinuil K oc nos;., .,u. iy j nuioiil Kove, 8. K. Collins, Montpelier. bVston, ana bjr BLKSSING TO MANKIND. CU.NNEI.L-S MACICAL l'.U. UXTIt ACTOFf, Tin. emit llealm Halve i, nrk-edjed by all ho linv. u.ed It to be tlie most wonderlul art.de everkimwu! It e,pes ,U jju ry by fire, evtracls all pn,, and prevent, mortification in everv T f ,r il C"rc !'"'V ' ' f,"owi" c'''i'"i.ts, "r nay is rofu- i:r- Salt ltheuni, Seorfeb Vvl".!.. Kniptions, Sore Lyes, 1,0S Cold in Vi'uuiiils, Tender Feet, e.VeB. Cases t'.air!:r.s. frentieiilU reno.eo.n Chilblains, It cures sore out pain or ngoiiy, speedily Mys iniiiMiimioii i,d rutM ,Kel lliias and is a salve none K,mi,i i... .v,ti., th. r..n.: ." ' , kitblecase was fiiiu,.,l,,-,l usojite recc-nllv. and hundred ,.f Mh... ciiially H onilerlul, (many even mure so,) might be added, but for went of rooni we leave tlieni out. ' A child, ll nephew of a trie if mine, ti pped into a vessel of boilinc water, and scaWe.1 its lei up to the knee, when Connell's I am tMrnctiir trom ( 'ouistock's w as applieil, which iilmost iusUnt ly gave relief to the Mile sutl'erer, anil soon entirely cured il. Al so, a child ot my own burned its baud severely, lind 1 used this Salve, winch ptve in-tant reli-.f and ten d it entirely, and I for one could not In induced to do without u. I think every family should always keep it on hum! in Case of such in cidents. il. AIJ.V.MS, IVtorot'Trinity Church. , w r:iiitrTtie T nom uy iomsioin a. otiss, ,o. J J, 1 rellljjnt 1 i S. K. Collins, Monti'i lier. tf " . ,1 WORMS!! W I lit MS!!! 1M TntMMr&uK.1 VK.llM.M;-rv." This ivinc'dy for Worms is on:; ut' tin; un-i uaciL It eil'Ttually enulic itcfs u'iinits uf . ami adult. Tliousnihl n;rirth U" Worm without tin- m- tin,' triif! raiixn. r What iimii 'n:;! n-piiiHiliiiity then rt'dt .ipon t)us pari'iit wlir di tf-i ti ot know, nn.'l tin; doctor Whu ilitct n t uudVrt;im. tUv com nlnint. which ilttrcij ing tlnisc prccifjuu HoWlts vt' Iifu child ruu. What Hhouid u : done ? The an.-iWT is pi iin. (live this WrNiifiigf, whirh will ha nro to do (jiKid, if tln-y hiivii mi woniM, iind if tii-.'y lirtvt it will destroy and cnnlirnte with h rcrttiinty and pun:iiun truly astnnishing. It cannot harm tin; Kiii;illos't infant or the nlmnesl adult. Thero is no iiirrrury or iiiim ral in it. MT-iuy is the bnaid of most worm rtMtivcli!;H j and the roiut-dy is HomctiiiH'n worrw tlnui the Uiecns'. So never us I y.viv ; Intt n-ly upon thirf. livery person will lw eouvinn-d on onti trial that, it m th--- most jiiirfcct rure ever invent ed. W'v call on .ill good citiZLiia V.) iiinkc known the ettlcts uf this wonderful rem -ly. i'ricf "2i Ci'tit., Sold hv ComstiirH i Uom, N'o. IP, Tremunt Row, Boston, anJ by ti, K'C'oflins, Montpt-hcr. UEMAURABLE CL-itfi OF DEAFNP2SS. rr.nn ttm riillii(ltljilim h'pirit ef the '1'ilnen. Mr. P. N I.yiuan, W, Cuiuiiicrie street, wan eureit of total dent ncss of f j ft 'ni year's alaiiiliiij;, liy a f .iw Husks ct' Or. Mc Nair's Arronstic t)il. He frail n shurt time b.'fiire r. turneil frmn .IIontuH. where h" liml sent Jii, trail the tonsils of his ears ken out.suni many utli-resp. i iiiieiits (rieil with the facility, hut without success, lie had also si.int over id the ciiy to tlm faculty, hut he was 1,-lt in the mime ft He win n they were tlirmilll. He then in despair tho eht le; would try one mure thinx bi'Sire lie B'. o up, and pruou- reil il Husk nf llr. .Me.S'air's Arcolistie oil ami 1 1 "Ji es cured. Sold hv Coinstork t ltoss, .No. Ill Tremunt Kow, Uoston, ana vj B. K. Collin, Muutjiflier. THK NAPLES HAIll DYE. For jhhih; unacrniiiitiiM reanoii, for thi hist one or tow v on rt, ma ny yoimg pi'oplr'jtlmth inal nnid f 'male, have luul the misfortune to have ilieir hair turn piTiniuiintly umy. We have friieiilfjr itpplii'd to for wmih'thing to turn tli: hair hack to its uatuiui Color, which lubt induced us to poto much trouMfand exprnsc in otder lo f'irnirth fmr custninfru and thf public acmtrally with a new find im proved Hair Dye one that w nearly tmt'ctiia! uru not Uio Ica-H in jurious to th: hi;ad or hair fur tin; iuodi;rat price of 50 ceittff per boJ- lf, WetmvH MitccefiUd biyomt our cxpectatiotia. una aniciu wi otf'.;r to the public with (treat confidence. We have hurt it murous h- erly tetyd, timy nlUTtnriu, Lr.'iojv we coutit offer it for tale. T!j price w such that iui can uiiui ii to ii, una iu quawy wo DeiieTB to he superior to any evei belore made. Sold by Cnmstock & Kohs, No. ly Tremont Itjw, Burton, and by S K.Oollinft, Montpulifr. Medicine for the Million ! SEAVER'3 JOINT AND NERVE LINIMENT,- l wiviiic mu ni .nit. uiiiULinni, ""in, t'idiiin, iriiti.n, unciiuiin. x (,'ranip. Numbness, Limit'in'sn uf ail kiml.i, I'ain in the Hide, bacK or buna, WaknetK of the jo'iitsnml nerves, Apue, , stilt neck, Hting ft ins ictrf, (.hillfhiin.', r re.-h wuunifs, liunis, rret : , and an cases lit fciTETERL iNJrBV. 'J li M-e hiH never appeared a medicine which puKseaca the pene trating and bent in power in so reat h dciiree, white at the same time, it cannot by any pi sndiilit) produce injurious effects. Ry its action on the sk n, it excites a healthy cirnil.ition of the blood, and removes tlie obstructions to the Inshnhihi.k PufisriitAi ion-which in the cause of so much human millei in jr. It lias complete control oTur fin', and may be used with peit'ect safety hi the worst cast'A of burns. Tlie prite put upon it, being far below other medicines of the kind, most effectually removes every obstacle lo itH universal use. Wfijr will you suffer p;iiit, when a afe, eflkiicioUH and cheap medicine is within your reach ? IMTOIITAXT TO OWNERS OF HORSES t This Liiiiin mt is not onfy beneliciaT to the human syitem, but ta tho best article that can be ucd tr Horsier! that have been gulled, sprained or bruised, aud fir many oilier diseases requiring an ex ternal remedy. Tho nidi character of the gentlemen ligninft the following certificate will render it of interest to all who may have occasion to use a medicine of the kind. ftT'The undersigned, having made use of Hiiavcr's Liniment fu Horses, and finding it to be a valuable remedy for lameness, galls, sprains, bruises, &c, wouw recommend U to our iiiemis and the puiilic generally, believing thai those wno may nave occasion tons a remedy for any of the diseases for which it is recommended, will not be disappointed in its tltects. lioveix jtakr, uramcboro,' vt., ( ll IS H MII1WKI..L, Walpolj, N. 11., ! Stago (Heo, Mi.'n tingtow, l( " f l'roiirietors I'EI.ETIAH AKMSTlIOSa," j t 'reps red cnlv by T. eaveb & Soiss lbnL'L'bt!', Valimle. N. L Reed, Wing Sl Cutler, 54 Chatham 9t., Boston, Who 'sale Agentu urskuve hverv bottle of tlie genuine will have tho mimturo T. Heaver & Hon on the inside wrapper. O Price 25 and 50 cenls pt-r buttle. For nale by- P. K. Collins, Montpelier; . T. Htnwell. Middlesex! J. G. Stimson, Waterburv; . French, llarre; N. . Hal.'. Chelaea; . B. Pierce &. Nortlifield; K. Perry, Cabot; Peck & t'pesr, Bu lin -ton; Stoddard, Rutland; and by nieicliants and druggists gene- -' rally throughout the Statu. " 38:ly )''k 'a f P I "illil.tCjHi-irB'3! ENTIRELY M it.v. ti , t-ViitiMivrftTTAmriLw-jf THE I St, adove mav be had at S. P. Redfield's Drug 11 cure any Cough. tore, one bottle of which wi NOTICE. A. DODGE, respectfully informs the inhabitants of Monliiclior and vicinity, that he has opened a Shop T. over Ellis & Wilder's store, where he will make all kinds of ROOTS and SHOES. N. B. A discount will bo made for the journey lip Iwo flights of stairs. Theodore A. Dodge. Montpelier, Oct. 13, 1845. 42;Sw CROCKERY, CLASS & HARD-WARE!! A large assortment just opened, bv 3L B A Ll) WIN , SCOTT, & CO. FURS, MUFFS, BOAS, A ND a lot of Fur-Trimmo I Caps, just reo'd hy :SL Baldwin Scott and Co. ACE, Citron, English Currants, and Ext. Lemon & Rose, Forsiileby S. P. REDFIELD. Montpelier, Juno 2, 1815. VJOT1CE. The subscnber informs his former custom- ers and the public, that he still carries on the manu facturing of EDGED TOOLS, at the old Stand, near tht Arch Bridge on Berlin side, where ha will manufacture the following tools: AXES jumped or repaired, BROAD AXES, HAND AXES, ADZ, CIHSSELS, SHAVES, CAST STEEL IIAMMARS, and STEEL SPRINGS for Waggons. All Tools warranted, or made good, or th money refunded. HEZEKIAH WARD. Monlpelier, March 1, 1S15. 1:1 j. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, Paints and Dye SlutTs, A FKKSH St'PPLY OF ALL VARIETIES. Just received by 8. P. REDFIELD. Montpelier, June 2, 1845. 23 CONGRESS SPRING WATER, for sale by Ihe Bottle or Box, bv ' ' S. K. COLLINS. Monlpelier, 8 BURMIASI & VAIL. - 1 TJAVE just received Ihe largest and besl assortmenl of APS ever offered for sale in Monlpelier. Boys, you can get a good Fur Trimmed Cap for the small m of 75 cents. suSeptember 8, 1S45. 38 6w MOURNING GOODS) of every description, at BALDWIN, SCOTT & CO's. OAfl lbs. Ground ROCK SALT; CUU 10 sacks Liverpool do Coarse and Fine Western do For sale low, by RALPwtfl, Scott .nd.Ce.